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Several Men^ Show -Passing
coich Si-tin Weat Virginia Unlver
Iitbali team which clows iti
nary training period, here to
Sfllh_ 'a match game be
two;,picked teams tor th<
i battling overhead attack
rollgh "air program the Moun
omer Martin, Nick Nardlccl
?&nnl$j "Hetty" DoVanghti
1 Hough. John Bruce, Brew
tL several others the Moun
jleaderhas a group ot higt
assers and any one ot then:
ake care of the heaving end
S&Witi so many passing
H" "on his squad Dr. Speart
have, little trouble ?to built
Jsihg game which would adc
team's strength and varietj
ig. the practice session her<
Rodgers has given the met
tefcabove special Instructioi
iipg'and under' his tutoring
^va? rapidly developed intt
itfgroup ot pigskin hurleri
Virginia has bad since hii
'^"and"all-around knowledgi
; particular department, It
tOf the.lot, but Wayne Fun!
Ds'd-".second. Nardicci is ar
gursTib'et'- for third with De
, ..Bruce. Breivster ant
Ik'efelgadly accurate passing
p ron\Inen tly in eacl
]g wprkout and in the for
uperabiirg High School stai
je^jjtias a man who can b<
?d Into^a game at any time tc
Wpajti ..attack into operation
)^|l8 passes are ever fum
iSaJaU-Ithe ends and back!
RM&lC is extremely easy tc
[^a.throws. With such ar
bypassing timber under kin
M(-hoti be^ any surprlseM
Spears turned the whole sit
$6yer to Coach Rodgers witl
(^ohs'to develop a first olasi
tftjSraor emergency purposes
Evans Discusses This
Feature' For Gridiron
^ a dumber of minor clmngei
[been made in the fnmhal
Ia'few of them material
,e;'style of play. In real
jjuie changes mean little
;! from the spectators
alter of fact, the onlj
Teal, Interest to footbal
> new feature known a;
e. recalled that this plaj
tilted for the goal aftoi
., Por years there hai
p. for the elimination o
; Last season the rule
ped it off the books ant
the "try-for-a-point" fea
the past month I haw
ii a number of leadinf
"the east on the new play
Up be divided in opinion
ie that it will provide t
'while others say that I
r senseless as the rfoa
w. .play will be watchet
rest by coaches, expert)
since .it is something rad
erent. The early game)
avide some dijpe on th<
the., play as a thrill pro
I^.4itfy-for-a-polnt" play, the
Coring the touchdown is per
i^to bring the ball out to an;
not less than five yards froir
>al line, or to any greater dls
gthey choose, and thete t
nSge is formed with the scor
de In possesion of the ball,
^attacking side can make anj
Which- is legal in ordinary
nage^and try to score elthei
.cement, drop kick, run or for
PM8.>j.If successful in putting
ill over the line on any single
ir kick a field goal, one poinl
only other feature that inter
ggttell fans is the fact that oe
lift plays the man removed
one position to another musi
[to, a dead stop, so that whet
Srti^agaln it will be from c
jLyear the shift plays caused
Kg. tumuj umjiuies. jl ueiag, alleged IOC
yi player? were in motion at all times
? vnry""dlfflcnlt matter tc
Despite the definite change, the
certain etlU to cause
High Grid Team
Wbst,Virginia high school foot
t the opening'game of the West
when Wealeyan and West Vii
Parle, Fairmont.
t , Invitations were sent to
Fairmont East Side Falrmor
Buckhannon, Sbinnsion, Wes
Salem, Cameron, Bridgeport,
West Mllford, Kingwood, Belln
to attend the game In a body i
majority, or more than three
' It has originally been lnte
non High schools should play a
l , "main go" but a visit from F
' decided a change, so that these
I In the morning at ten o'clock It
| Two Fast Games Expectei
j When Newark Champions
Play Monongah Glass?
1 Local baseball fans tire looklni
i forward with much pleasure to tb
? baseball games to be played a
1 South Side Park tomorrow after
I noon and Traction Park Suuda
r afternoon between the Heise
Glass Co team of Newark Ohlc
: champions of the Newark Clt
j League and the Monongah Glas
i Co., team of this city.
5 Word from the Ohio oity is t
, the effect that the rielsey team i
} one of the fastest seml-professlou
3 al teams in Ohio and has had
. ^wonderful season this year, win
} ning better than 80 per cent of th
( games played. Many 'former col
; lege players are in the lineup o
, the" Heisey team and due to th
. fact that they have been playin
tugvuier uu seasun. averaging tw
and three games a week, the tear
.is as well organized as a profes
slonal club.
Realizing that it will meet tl\
stiffest opposition of' the' presen
year in the brace of games ove
the weekend, the local team i
working hard to be in the best o
condition Tor the games. Th
management, of the local tean
would like to win the t^o game
on the local lot and save the play
ing of a third and deciding gam
in the Ohio city. However, th
Glassies are going to win one o
the games played here or knot
the-reason why.
* "Chuck" Trader will be workei
in the game at South Side Par
Saturday afternoon and Rat Lon
will draw the assignment for th
game at Traction Park Sunda
afternoon. The largest crowds o
the season are expected to witnes
thetee games which will probabl
1 be the last big games of the pre?
ent seasor
PHILIPPI. W. Va.. Sept. 15.Bernard
Wright, the Fairmon
flash in high school ranks tw
years ago, sprang into prominenc
in local football circles this wee
} when he was placed at the qua:
. terback position on tho Broaddu
College team.
Wright had been playing a
halfback until Wednesday. -Con
5 ley. who had been showing spier
; didly at the general's position
was injured, and Latto placet
Wright in his position. In th
r first scrimmage Wright u??d sue
I splendid judgment, and ram th
i team so well that it appears noi
that he will be hard to displace
In I tin flraf uorlmmn(Tn Wplffil
, made the only spectacular run c
. the "game," when he ran r>
: yards through a broken field fo
, a touchdown! He has been pass
j ing well. too. When Wright cam
he did not show much ability as
pusser. Latto liked his form, an
"lias worked hard on him. and th
* result is that he is considered a
I one of the best passers among th
. thirty candidates Ctyich Latto ha
| r.
I Your Own
; Size
The advantage of
havincr vnur clothes
tailored to measure
lies in the fact that
the size we make
SIZE. We don't have
to cut-down or en'
_ large a stock gar
m'ent to fit you. WE
$20 up.
Dan Block
"100 Mliu to a Tailor At
106 Main Street
s Are
ited to Big Game
Va., Sept. 15?Twenty-one Central
ball squads will be asked to attend
Virginia Collegiate season of 1922.
rglnla get together at South Side
day to the squads of Fairmont,
>t Normal, Morgantown, Qrafton,
ton, Victory, Clarksburg. Elkins,
Pullman Fennsboro, Wist Union,
gton and Lumberport, asking them
uid It Ib anticipated that the largo
i hundred Individual players will
inded that Fairmont and Buckhani
preltmlnary game lust before the
rank Ice, Fairmont High mentor,
i two leading state teams will meet
istead of as a preliminary.
"captain stealey
f out for pram
< I
i East. Side High Leader No\
In Condition to Workout
With His Men'.
5 Alton Stealey, captain of tl:
e East Side High school footba
t eleven who has been unable 1
- participate in any of the practh
y seslons of the week appeared i
y the Aefil in imlform last evenin
>, and took part in the stiff workoi
7 that was given the large squad <
a candidates by Coaches Gamag
and Hidgley.
o Stealey is about all right agal
s after being slightly crippled for
- week with a bad leg. Halfbac
a Hentzy who has been out of prai
i- tice for several days on account <
e an injured hand was out to tfc
- field last evening and watched th
f workout and entered Into the slj
e nal drill but did not take part i
S the scrimmage or ^ough worl
o Coach' Garaage hopes that h
n hand will be healed sufficiently t
! play in the opening game a wee
from tomorrow,
e The East Side eleven will b
t considerably heavier this fall tha
r last, most alb of the old playei
3 lias put on a number of pound
f extra weight, during the sumine
e and the new material is unusuall
a heavy for "high school materia
a The experience gained by the ol
- players during last season is aid
e showing up to good ad van tag
e and Is'making, the work of th
f ^coaches much easier.
v{ It is* beyond the fondest hope c
Coaches Garbage and Rldgley I
il have the boys in tip top form f?;
k the opening game but from prei
g ent indications the boys will be 1
e good dnough condition to wi
y from the Shinnston players by
f comfortable margin.
^ Ida .May and Shinnston will pis
\ a series of three baseball game
* starting this Sunday, and endin
three weeks from that day, accori
1 ing to reports from Ida May toda;
0 The first g^me will be played Sui
J day afternoon at the Shinnsto
, field, the second game will t
" played a week later at Blackshei
Park. The place for the thir
t gume or the series has not yet bee
selected. The teams are evonlj
matched and there is a gror
lt amount of interest in the series,
j is expected to'attract a large nun
e ber of fans from all over this te
yj rltory.
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"Well known h
f ? that add double li
in different plain ci
? uuora 10 ovenooa
>1 High
5' / Suits
wT ^ Young fell
suits in pla
and other
patterns. J
: men's sizes
>s, .'ects and c
V ' .. V
sscrs on. ^
West Virginia Will Be On
of Teams Indiana
Will Meet.
It James ("Pat") perron, faiuoi
I Pitt Panther end of a half doze
-1 or mbre yean ago, and for th
" last two seasons assistant to Po
I Warner, left yesterday mornin
t for Bloomlngton, Ind., where h
I will assume the duties of hoa
football coach at the University <
m Indiana.
Herron accepted the terra
offered him Late Wednesday. H!
m contract calls for one year onl:
and he takes the place of Jumb
, Stiehm, regular Iioosier mento
who was recently granted a year
'V leave of absence because of illnes
The plum is one of the rlchei
ever plucked by a Pitt man, and !
a well-deserved tribute to He:
ron's ability.
Pat first became a regular 1
ie 1914, and, with Red Carlson is
II running mate, played right end *>
lo the powerful Pitt elevens, of till
9; season and 1915 and 1916 wlthoi
it missing a single game of impoi
1 g tance. In his last two years h
it was given a place on Waltc
>f Camp's second ail-American teai
;e and drew from Pop Warner
statement that he was ",t\vs moi
n thoroughly deeloped and bes
a rounded end Pitt ever had.'
k In his last year In a Panthc
> uniform the net "gain" around h!
>f wing by Pitt's opponents was
ie loss of 12 Yards. The Inner-.'
0 | single advance made by enem
H runners through Herron was on
n | of five yards. Those figures spea
c. I louder of his ability than column
Is. of praise, although Pat did receiv
o "puffing" galore from sport 'critic
k the country over.
Herron came to Pitt from Mot
e esBon High School. He had playe
n very littlo football there, but whe
a the Pitt freshmen found then
Is; selves up against It for materii
>rj they called on him. His fin
y i game was against Johnstown higl
1. ] He/ played full-back and was' tb
dj bright light of the. contest,
o I At the outrbeok of the Wor1
>0 j war Herron enlisted with the :is
10 tion's air forces. He received hi
} ground work at Ithaca. N. Y. an
f j went overseas with the first di
o. tachment of American aviator
>ri commissioned a first lioutenan
M He served two years at tho fru
n, and was credited with brlngln
n down one enemy plane and a ba
a' loon.
Upon his return to the Unit*
States Pat completed his la
course at the university and wi
admitted to the bar in 11)21). Sine
Ethat time he has practiced law i
[Pittsburgh and during the fa
i acted as end coach and assi3ta:
to Warner.
Y A brother. Bill Herroo., Is
18 member of the Pitt varsity swlu
5 ming team.
J* Pat faces a real test at Indian;
)* 1 The Hoosiers have heen nnlv fnl
> ly successful In the Western Co:
n ference for the last several yoai
and have been considered one <
'e the weaker elevens of the Big Tgi
d This fall Coach Herron mu
n groom his squad to meet the M1<;1
' igan Aggies. Depauw, Minnesot;
it Wisconsin, Notre Dame West VI
It ginia and Purdue.
? The "big" game of t)ie lot, fro:
r- an Indiana viewpoint..is the flna:
with the Purdue Boilermaker
a ii 1 i*
lvian Alive,
i's 2-Pants
igh grade suits for men and with ac
fe to your suits. They're here in ;
Dlors and stripes. If you are needin
this special offerin'g.
School Men's 1
at $15 H
ln"color'flannels $1-95 1
light and dark A wonderful
Jade in- young newest fall s
only in sport ef- and colors,
>ther. young fel- that mean
yon men.
jet to . Know Us ?It'p
. > 'V ' '
'1 |
2- ment In either case as Meredith,
s. was also used for a part of the
1.1 practice at guard, with Davis In
it the tackle, and Tallman back on
5 the end. With a constantly chang1-.
ing lineup Spears put his charges
j through a long and tedious scrlmd
inage afternoon. Thore was no
w attempt at making touch y^wns
and after each play Spears went,
:e into detail as to the various mlsn
takes that were. made. Nardacci
U! and Ekberg again featured the'
it: scrimmage on the offensive, break;
ing away for several' substantial
a gains. However, SpearB used his
i-t varsity line to oppose his Varsity
j backfield a*nd .it ^ was almost a.
a..; stand off in the ma'tter of gaining
r-j ground. In fact, the backfield*
l- wnicn was loninea witn the yarrs
slty line would have had posseB)fj
slon of the ball most of the time
11.! had the rules been rigidly enforcstj
ed, but Spears has beeoi giving de-;
1-. tailed attention to his inte-rrerera'
a,' in the backfield and the quartette'
r-: of backs which started with Eki
erg Nardaccl,. Martin and Simon [
11J and was later reinforced bv Oliker
!e! Bowers and a dozen others kept
s,| possession of the ball constantly.;
$30 %
i eitra pair o( trousers .
ill-wool materials and
g a new suit you can't
SlourPnll -3'
*vf? A uu ?. me
to $5.50
showing of the
tyles, materials
and at prices s
real saving to ^
? ' .
? - : ' '" . i
"I This is Russell Meredith, cap-1V
!t; tain of the West Virginia football F
r. eleven for this season,* "Rubs";a
o has been wanting to know why his o
,rj picture has not appearfed in The t
nj West Virginian this year, and he(T
a; was informed that one would be! f
,t ! "in-there" just as soon as a real 11
t.j,Sood one could be secured. The'.
' . N. E. A. has turned the trick for-M
!rj us.? Hope nNugget" is happy now. j p
a and a victory .in th^i. contest will i J
st4 see Pat rising high. . !{
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? ! JACKSON'S MILL, Sept. 15?
d| Coach Spears made some shifts in,
n his Mountaineer varsity lineup
> yesterday when Captain RU3S
il Meredith was niWed back out to
?t loft tackle in placb of Davis and
t. "Jimmy" Quinlau was placed at
o guard post along fith Setron,
| Pierre Hill, who has been subbing
d for Tallman'in most of tlie workt-j
outs, was at right end also, but
13, there wis no indication that, this
d was anything more than au expert
HHI rl i
.argest Squad jn History of i
1*1 1 ft!J. r\ _ I 1 ti i
west oiue ocnooi wow
Out For Team.
- -
Coach Frank Ice of the Fairmont;
llgh' School football eleven had j
h'ree full teams running signals at
iouth Side Park at the same time'
eaterday afternoon. With three;
earns in operation Coach Ice had!
lenty of substitutes to make!
hanges in the lineup of any of the]
hree teams. The squad.this sea-i
on is the largest that has ever
urned out for a high school eleven
a this:city.
After putting his charges through
stiff signal drilL Coach Ice spent;
he rest of the evening in having;
is backs ran back punts, catching j
lassee and ended'the day's work-j
ut with the grass drill, made fa-,
nous in this section by Coach!
ipear* of the West Virginia Uni-1
ersity eleven.
Noel E6keth a guard and Ken-1
eth Hall an end of the 1020 eleven!
lave reported'for practice and are!
howing up in-rare form. These'
wo players will make members of
he 21 team go the limit to hold
h6ir places on the eleven. Other
(layers who are making good with
vengeance and will probably land i
^ the first string are Clare Ab-1
(Ott, Mike Roraino and Earl Jobes. j
i'his trio are all trying for back-,
ield positions and .are big and]
asi. ?
Callahan and Mitchie terminal
nen of the 1921 team have not .re-1
iorted for practice as yet but it is
eported lliftt they will join the'
quad early next week. Fans who
lave been watching the workouts
hfs week are of the opinion that the
lair will have a hard time to beat
>ut some of the end men who have!
teen out since the opening prao'
ice. ? 1
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When a man wai
seat, he-'buys it earl]
Pullman berth wait i
ute. But for some re
doesn't always use tl
in buying clothes.
Yet the advantages
clothes buying are jus
assortments, more e
certainty of getting
May we impress u
dom of 'buying your i
And remind you tha
agents of Fashion Pa
wire and Frat tailors,
ed on to sijow you a
series of .development!
Your Old Strc
Is Dead
Why not buy you a
Hat today? Possil
need it tonight
Won't be long befc
find it very coibfoi
Stetson, Grofut-Ki
Connett Ha
. i
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k STANE) x j
Results Yesterday, u
Pittsburgh, 8; Boston, 0. n
Cinplonati. 7; Brooklyn, 3. .
New York, 7; Chicago, 6.
St. Louis, D; Philadelphia, 4.
Shtandlng of the Clubs.
W. L. Pet.
New York ......... 83 53 .610
Pittsburgh 79 59 .573 ?
St. Louis .... 76 . 62 .551 1
Cincinnati 75 63 .5431 P
Chicago .; 72 4 .529 d
Brooklyn 67 70 .48b
Philadelphia 4S 86 .358
Boston 46 89 .341 q
Games Scheduled Today. a
Pittsburgh at Boston. * r
Cincinnati at Brooklyn. t
Chicago at New York.
8t. Louis at Philadelphia. r
Results Yesterday, * ,
New York, 4: Chicago. 1.
Petroit. 5; Philadelphia. 2. fl
Cleveland, 4: Washington, 3. f
St. Louis. 5; Boston, 3. y
Shtanding of the Clubs.
TV. -'h. PcL a
New York .......... 86 54 .614
St. Louis 85 r?5 .60.L S
Detroit 74 6S .521 n
Chicago ..........*: 70 71 .*06! h
Cleveland ; 69 '71 .4?; e
Washington ... 62 75 .453 t
Philadelphia ..57' SO .416 s
Boston .. i 56 , .83. .403 t
Games Scheduled Todav. a
Boston at St. Louis. (. t 6
New York at Chicago. t
'Philadelphia at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland. e
^ . t
The Mthten AH Stars and the j p
Bunner's Ilidgo Independents will; I
meet at J}:30 o'clock Sunday after- V
noon oif the old Fairground's dia- a
mond. Armstead of the Fairmont! ii
Giants will pitch for the All Stars' t
while Fetty will be on the mound! c
for the Indepenxlents. A large s
crpwd is expected out for the con- r
test. if
a Tickets, P
its a good theatre
He never lets a
mtil the last minason
or other, he
e i - *
iiu same loresijjnw
of early season
it as great?larger y-_~
asy buying?the r"?.
just what you t
pon you the wis- . 7 / j
'all clothes today? ' r?f
t, as accredited \l L
irk, Hirsch, Wipk- pi 4
we may be count- // i
highiy interesting |V\J
iw Hat _
new Fall Wpa*
>ly you'll VV
? surely - .
>re you'il
iapp and Re
Shirts, Ties
ij. TCv
ospital List Growing Les>
Each Day; Long Work
out For Outfit.
5?With the Wesleyan ;r!d hosItal
list growing smaller each
ay, worn' Is eommcuclm to tessn
around Methodlat [.., ball-j
uarters. Radraan Is out runnins
Ignals'again. and will likely be.
eady for the regular camp rou- '
Ine In a day or two. Secrlai It
oundlng Into' thapo slowly, but '
be Slg fellow appoars every day >
t practice time anil gets lb
nough work to keep him .u trim,
t will be some time however beore
Spence will be able to get into "
ull harness again. Smith and i
llshbaugh are recovering nicely:,-?!
nd will uo.tn unltorm by Monday.)*!
Coach Higgina Is-extending-,thj|r<
rid work far Into the ivenlimE
ow. Blackboard olgnnl drills arejgl
eld every evening, and lasrfl
venlng's session, tasted for morel
ban two hours. The .V.cthodliL 1
quad Is still,- large enough for!il
hree full leame. and Hlggln'f-1!
eema yet. uncertain as to whatul
omblnitlon will ail .varsity pos|r''t' ]
The Methortlstft. have bold ,.f. 1
ral secret workouts, but indica* ,1
ions are that "the coming two I
reeks "wlll aee the gates closed / J
ermanently*tb-all spectators. Th?; J
luckhannon tans Ttare obsen'stLJ
closed days" with much anslelraM
nd practice la seldom an hour old V
intil the*curious are anxiouslVfl
ratching for signs upon which tJfl
onotruct theories. The cnthmg
iasm at the'foot ball camp ha? J
adiatcd into Methodist country
or milds around.
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