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IRISH TO STICK
TO ANDERSON
Will Not Change Coaching
Administration During
the Season
By GEORGE KIRKSEY
United Pre»* Staff Correspondent
CHICAGO. Oct. 26.—(UP).—
Win. lose or draw, Notre Dame
will carry along under its pres
ent coaching administration the
remainder of the 1933 football
season.
The hue and cry raised oyer
Notre Dame's record of one vic
tory, one defeat and one tie in
the three games is greater m
New York and Los Angeles than
it is in South Bend.
The Notre Dame players and
coaches are a bit bewildered over
the strange pranks that fate has
been playing on the fighting
Irish, but there is no criticism of
the players by Coach Heartly
(Hunk) Anderson nor any har
poons hurled at Anderson in of
ficial circles.
The Rev. Charles I« O'Donne'.l,
president of Notre Dame, is not
greatly perturbed over Notre
Dame's failure to sweep all be
fore it on the gridiron this sea
son.
"We scheduled teams with a
sporting chance of beating us."
said Father O'Donnell, "and we
expect to lose sometimes."
Anderson has been on a year|
to year basis since Knute Rock
ne'g death. There's no denying
rtiat he mav not return in 1934.
He mav step down of his own
free will to take a job coaching
in the professional ranks. It is
bebeved that the Chicago Bears,
professional champions. would
sign Anderson the minute his af
filiation with Notre Dame expir
ed.
George Halas, owner and coach
af the Bears, regards Anderson
as one of the smartest coaches in
the country.
"Anderson ranks with Zuppke.
Loo Little. Howard Jones and
any of the other leading coaches
in my opinion," said Halas.
If and when, a change is made
Notre Dame, it will come in
March, and not during the foot
hall season. The man who will
hate the biggest and practically
entire say, in picking Notre
Dame's next coach will be Father
O'Donnell,
The usual names are mentioned
in * connection with he Notre
Dame job — Madigan of St.
Mary's, Crowley of Fordham,
l\i*er of Purdue. Clipper Smith
of Santa Clara. All are Notre
Dame men and they are personal
friends of Anderson. All make
more monev than Anderson does,
and at least three of the four are
satisfied with thei.- present jobs,
and are not looking for employ
ment elsewhere.
So when Notre Dame's next
coach is picked, and that time
may not be as soon as some
think, it may not be from among
the four aforementioned.
Thus far Anderson seems to be
a better football prophet than a
coach. He predicted Notre Dame
would win three games tie three
and lose three this season. With
one-hird of the season completed,
he's batting 1.000 per cent as a
prophet.
BOWMAN'S BLUFF
BOWMAN'S BLUFF, Oct. 26.
Clyde Garren of Boylston, spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Wilson.
Mrs. T. T. Whitesides of Eto
wah. visited relatives here Sun
day.
Mrs. W. E. Huggins of Valley
Hill, is visiting her son, J. L.
Huggins, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson
and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fletcher
attended a baptizing at Osceola
Lake Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. S. A. Mace has returned
after visiting Mrs. Otis Garren
»nd Mrs. James Revis in Hender
aonvtlle.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fletcher
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
I. B. CASE
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Peanut Butter,
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Macaroni,
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Oranges, each lc
Washing Powders, OA„
10 pkgs. L\J\j
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Chipso, large size,
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Palm and Olive ... 10c
Soap, 3 for
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Corn Meal, ' 20C
M'Carson Makes
Fine Showing
Here is Trask McCarson, Hendei
sonville youth, who is making
such a fine showing on Furman
University's crack football eleven
this season. McCarson is only 18
years old, but is playing a regu
lar tackle position. He is a mem
ber of the junior class and is be
ing mentioned prominently for a
place on the All-State team. He
will be seen in action against the
Mercer Bears in Greenville next
Saturday.
Drake at Valley Hill Sunday aft
ernoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Garten and
son. Dickey, of Henderson ville,
were dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. James Williams
Sunday.
MONTREAL TAXIS AT WAR
MONTREAL.—A price war in
volving every big taxicab com
pany in the city has forced rates
down to the lowest level in years.
Rates now range from 20 to 30
cents for the first mile and from
20 to 23 cents for each ensuing
mile.
JURY ENJOYED GAME
SEATTLE.—Laughter from a
jury' room disturbed the court
room of Superior Judge Robert S.
MacFarlane, while waiting for a
verdict. The bailiff opened the
door and found the jury amusing
themselves with a guessing game.
BIG GRIDIRON
j GAMES SLATED
| S e c t i o nal, Intersectional
Collisions Promise Bang
up Entertainment
By JACK CUDDY
United Press Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, Oct. 20.—(UP).
Collisions between the undefeated
Yale and Array football teams in
the East and the unbeaten Iowa
and Minnesota elevens in the Mid
west will feature this week's slate
of bang-up sectional and intersec
tional gridiron encounters,
j More than 7i>,000 fans are ex
| pected to swarm into the Yale
Bowl at New Haven on Saturday
I to see Reggie Root's promising Eli
: outfit try to fight off the invasion
j of Gar Davidson's crack Cadet
1 combination, fresh from its tri
umph over Illinois. Spectacular
I triple - threat performances by
Capt. Bob Lassiter of Yale and
Jack Buckler of the Cadets are
Expected to feature the contest.
At Minneapolis, a capacity,
crowd will witness the fascinating ,
spectacle of Iowa, ugly duckling!
of the Big Ten for the last five I
years, trying to maintain its 1933!
conference supremacy against
mighty Minnesota, which was
strong enough to topple the ap-1
parently invincible Pittsburgh j
Panthers.
While these and other big-time j
sectional melees are under way, )
several heated inter-sectional con-1
tes** will be fought out. Alabama's |
unbeaten eleven invades the un
defeated Fordham Rams at New
York, giving Jim Crowley's Ford
ham charges their first major test.
Washington and Lee, conqueror
of Kentucky, marches on Prince
ton's Tigers, who put in their bid
for eastern, supremacy by making
a meal out of the Columbia Lion.
Notre Dame and Pittsburgh,
both smarting after Saturday's
defeats by Carnegie Tech, and
Minnesota, will collide at South
Bend, each fighting desperately
for a come-back. New York Uni-1
versity invades Georgia. The un
beaten Syracuse eleven journeys
to Michigan State; Xavier tackles
Centre. and\ Centenary meets
Texas Christian.
KENTUCKY-DUKE
SCUTH'S BIG \ GAME
The big game in the South i
brings together) Kentucky and
I Wilkins Making
Freshman Team
Bill Wilkins, former Bearcat j
and Hilltopper star fullback, is j
making a regular position for him- j
self on the University of Alabama |
freshman team this season.
The Alabama frosh played their
opening game this season last
week against the Mississippi fresh
men and Wilkins was in action
for three quarters of the game,
which Alabama won 7 to 0.
Wilkins was one of some 20 ;
backs trying for positions on the
frosh team this year. In the first
game he played the blocking back
position.
Duke, while Southern California
and California tangle in the most
interesting Pacific Coast encoun
ter.
In addition to the All-Eastern
Yale-Army game; Holy Cross,
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conqueror of Harvard, meets the
rugged Brown eleven which
bowed to Yale. Undefeated Col
gate opposes Lafayette. Pennsyl
vania faces Navy. Harvard tries
a come-back against Dartmouth,
and Bucknell tackles Temple.
While unbeaten Iowa and Min
nesota are fighting it out, other
Big Ten teams meet as follows:
Chicago and Michigan, Ohio State
and Northwestern, Wisconsin and
Purdue.
The Big Six revolves in three
conference games, with Nebraska
and Oklahoma, leaders, clashing
in the most important contest.
Kansas plays Kansas State, and
Nebraska meets Oklahoma.
South of the Mason-Dixon line,
Florida, still unscored upon, will
try to tag Tennessee with its third
straight defeat. North Carolina
and Georgia Tech collide, and Tu
lanc plays Auburn.
Arkansas and Southern Metho
dist, leaders of the southwest con
ference, try to bump each other
off, while Rice tangles with Texas,
and Texas A. and M. Meets Bay
lor.
In addition to the Southern Cal
ifornia-California feature on the
coast, considerable attention will
be commanded by games between
Stanford and Washington, Oregon
State's powerful eleven and
Washington State, and U. C. L. A.
and Oregon.
SNOW FENCE TO SAVE ROADS
HELENA. Mont.—Winter winds
may blow, but snow will not drift
on highways to be protected by
16,400 linear feet of snow fence
purchased by the Montana high
way commission for $906.92. The
fencc will be erected at strategic
points to protect highways from
drifting snow.
GOLF TOURNEF
IS UNDER MY
Bennett Defeats Whitmire
in First Round Play
Wednesday
Dr. J, G. Bennett, defending
champion, defeated his "perpet
ual" rival. Senator R. L. Whit
mire, in thp first round of the
Hendersonville open golf tourna
ment at the country club yester
day afternoon. The score was 6
and 5.
Other first round matches in the I
first flight were as follows: C. K. '
PHWwrifcffcated be*
up in 19 holes; Dr. J, -jt
Jr.. defeated C. L. Grey •
Dr, R. C. Sample defeats J
E. Braekett two up.
Results of the second
were: W. B. Hodjros d,-,f
H. Lampley one up; j;Ir J
won by default over j0't;5
W. P. Andrews defeated c
Drake one up; E. F!. I,0j, '
ed Dr. J. L. Weddinnvn f.
In the th'.rd flight
Jackson defeated Eddie r,
I up; H. Waltrr Full.-; je;-^
A. Woodward 6 ami p'J
duth defeated 0. 1'. S ...v',;
0. C. Fuller won from P.'jj
merman.by default.
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