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iBETHM ELEVEN PRACTICES TWO !
' HOURS FOB THE WESLEYAN CLASH buxand is s&rvnro buttiios auto i1c anticipatiow or a slabs battli. Shift la Or*?n and White Lineup la Anticipated?Oreat Crowd AMUtd. Bison gridiron warriors spent two hours at hard practice yesterday after- I noon, the coaches putting them through their paces In rapid fashion, with a light scrimmage to close the afternoon's activity. Buland lectured his men on the over-conrtden.-e that Is so apparent on the part of the stjuad. citing them instance* this season and In other sea eons when Just such a condition was j followed by a defeat of the popular fa- j vorlte by some Insignificant rival far ; less to be reckoned with than West Vlr- ! glnla Wealeyan. Buland cannot get It out of his head that the Methodists are going to give his aggregation the battle of their lives next Saturday afternoon, and predicts that there will be a great eurrrlee In store for the followers of i the game who are expecting Bethany i to win in a walkaway. "I am expecting my men to win." says Buland. "but not without a hard . flght throughout the full sixty minutes. | "I have seen this Wesfeyan bunch In ; actton too often to think that they are ! going to give up this game without a bet lie Wesleyan always tights, and they will fight harder than they have ever fought when they meet us next Saturday." SaTlBff for B?th*ny. Word from Huckhannon Is that Wrs leyan. after her defeat at the hands of W, V. t".. would save all her energies In spite of her difficult schedule for the sole purpose of pulling one over on their old rivals from the Buffalo creek. The fact that they kept Prustutnk and Ttml rean out of last Saturday's game would Indicate that this Is the case. l*o*rh Kelton realizes that to win from the Bisons would bs turning a season so far unsuccessful Into a glorious oome lack. and place his team In line for some trl-state recognition after all. Long years of athletic rivalry be tween Bethany antl Wesley an cause the contest to bold a peculiar Interest to tk- large number of Bethany alumni who are returning to the fourth annuo! fall homecoming. In the stands next Saturday will he Bethany players from as far back as the rtrst year that Bethany played football. Memories of d-fe.?ts suffered .>\ en in those days are still fresh n their ml mis. and they wltl 1- puling hard for lletimny to accom plish a real! j ? decisive victory w hich vvll leave no doubt in their minds'as to u., . h '? in i^ the superior. In Lineup. T! e home crowd will view for the I . f -t time the new end ami hackfied rom'-incl on which has been in effect >?:?! ?? pi ? Prove Pity game. Injuries s- sialni-d i>v his .-nils in the Navy clash f.?.-ced Bul.ir.d to do some quick work. ' end 'aiiing Poller, a substitute gusrvl t ml i-e;. tei turned him out to tlie wing ; ? - t -tt Poller is a big man. tipping ?h.- >. V.s at !>*., and Is fust and a s re l fighter. Many of the Bethniiv ?" n-i w 1 ? > I;o . e veen Mm in action claim 1 "t h? s . ne of the best that has evax ( pVv-ed a te-ralnai on The Bison eleven. : ?-.? :? g v u;g !t,;la-d credit for itmk ir?g a :<n" f.nd. Smith will probably i,..'.i <!.?-? n i! e other terminal. a? he Is .-?a.a if. good shape and ..an tie depend a ? t u;n.|i f r I :s usual steady game. In tic- to- k.ield Kc'.ley has heen s .". bed to .pieiter. Stewart cannot ?i :??! :? 'ill1 garni-, while the tough little I ersb r-/. r ' lias boon playing the v.- -.mi In lb. :.|- t two games ami ha* i ? -i v tory work. At Kel ?? v . ;it half Payne has been hold oij ? ml without do-jbt the lineup ". rt Snturdiy with tins eoinblna with Jenn at full and Itan . a i ;i e other !>.a 'f. I I tigs nr? the order th * week. i :t i s ?.? thong. i.jiictically the . st' detit body vv-.i-.'d te present to ? . ? ? j '??..in ui -.t< hist home appear r ? ? V-.-i.ets w-n: -.a t.-d. v aft. r a.... ,.t M '.ne. p..rt Henry wn 1 uusiiim Era VS. SIIADYSIBE JRS. - ?m c^'-H With wild Cats on *t"t Title! i'mUay Afternoon. \ ? t> he one nf t'"c l'li; ?. . ? ?_?:.?! :?????? ?' A ??'.-??'III ? -I.. ? I.. ? ? ?.- l..'v.-R th? it <1 Mariifis I'e-r-. '.in'l o Mi.'i ?. x.Ji- \\ iiil I'.tl-.- .1 ?ii<?rs nt .1 ?. l-fi- Che s^inf i* N-h*'hi>ii f" ?v Mis: "??! ? ami play win ? aiio-i ? ??f- i -.-i i -:1V' '"'fi ir.'intr :;tr ??i! :>??? Shiii!v\!i!' I Ire. ? , i ? vhi; a t:? Tl.- :? ;!???ins w11 f i." tn?- ;in* ?'?. Fes l.cu?hiln. <' iov I.. K ..... . Kin i>' " i Si. -I . . ?.. T Mr \' .. I* . . t. ? J i "ri: "i" '.??''???lit i* Mrriwn M. ': Mishop ? ?!>*.. . . H. T Vii tn " v- -V . . r> ?? p o.i.i..? I.. Snf v ,. . I :| S"!il T *.'? \ " it :i MnHit [?" M i o.ii|<><? (ei BOWLING r.TTTSCT DTJCKPIN I.EAOUX. U. Dr.lrv Xo. 1? ? Hcr*e: .... -s no i<v. 12*-- ?b; K .\l:!i-r ... Iff" Si II" 133? ill lluliimay ... 131 16'.' 133 13?. ? 551 Titals 313 371 35b 3*7?l?39 Bz iokea? Mac!: .' 119 113 123 1.3* ? ??!>> K. H . I?; 1 IB" 127 133? 313 1-uul !?7 123 112 ls2? 321 Tofnls .... 3*7 35b 2R4 133?15'.2 Baners? \V,:Nh 117 121 12" 129? 517 !>:. ti 123 15S 131 ? 118? 331 He J 1 12 127 12* 123? It") T? :.?!? . 3S> 1"! 379 370?1311 Bishops? I: .. "3 113- 103 132? 117 !." .. 102 93 PS 97? 4"0 ll'Tfi.' I . . . 1 ! M7 It" 111? 4.S3 TV?, v . :.lr. 213 321 .nil?J330 T. rlc): s HsK ..s, B<>n?l P-o:,' | t ft. "I"" M P <? !?:. -,S ?; r?:? t N'orth l ? 1. leii vv ? " K \. V* KasoiUc Unci Pin League. ..... Wctrmna Specials. '?? ml 3rd. Tls. 1 Cnr 11a l"2 Ml i?R 372 Wnrren ??? . 112 1"" 101 313 Orel* !<?; l"l 111 3K1 Total" 7fi0 .31* 3M 1"1K Yankcos. t-t 2nrl. 3rd. Tl* Flurry II" 131 1"3 341 Crawford I0S lot 13.', 3 p) Tomlt??"on 1''7 M7. 07 219 Ti>?al" 323 "35 .337 l"t, TaiSoll*. !-??. 2f(| 3r<t. TN. r,atew.>o.l IP I"! 110 .7?9 And?rson Hi 1*1 111 29K Smith Ir,7 !"7 127 211 Total" 37" .219 3*7 11 OR Jeff a. I ?t 2r.'1. 3r<t. TN. Joe I"' t23 5.1 329 Lou "4 'n7 1"* 2*1 Hack 1" "'2 112 123 To'al" '15 ??7 311 1Mb To-ntsht: Ouardk vs. Inspectors; Ohio Hankers AH the coal dealers a?k are hlith prices and low ?esnpernlures. and they'll do the reat^?of ua?Hri?ok!>"n I-tagle. SPEARS GLOOMY j MounUn.itr Mentor Km Several K?* ?on* to Be Special I>?*?t> li to The I ntelllgoncer. Morgan lot* n. \V. Va.i Nov. K.--1T. Sj^ears was In despair Indaj over his \Ve?t Virginia football team. l.vtle could not he present f"r practice. and this, together with Martin's continued ab>en?-e nn?l the conflict of late classes and early nightfall, made the outlook a dismal one for Speirs. Nevertheless, he jut the squad through a rigorous scrim mage emphasizing the defense against the forward pass with an e>c to the (day which \V. and ,1. used to beat 1'ltt at i'orbes Field Saturday. PARKERSBURG HIGH REFUSES TO MEET i BUCKHANNON ELEVEN: By D. *. SHSOTER, I Buckhsnnon. ; Tlx management of I ho Huekhnnnon High school got In communication with the management of I'lirkcrsliurft High sciioo) In a tlnal attempt to arrange * game between the two schools to >eille the football championship of West Vir ginia for it'll. Pnrkersburg absolutely refuse.) to play Huckhnnn<>n on n neu tral fleld Saturday. November If. giving no reason whatever, except that they thought Ku> khatinon should come to rarkersburg. The liuckhannon team ,s the undis puted champion <?f the M<"nongahe!n Valley 1-eaguc and one of the two un defeated teams in West Virginia, liuck hannon would like very much to settle the champions')! p by a game and not by newspaper decision. I do not want the public to forget that neither 1'urkeisburg "or Ituekban* to n has h came for this da ~nd Huck t.annoti has .h ue her best rhydul* i a game with 1 'atkersburg No\ .<nber IP. i Therefore, the championship should he awarded to them. examsdelaywT&j. : workout for w, v. u, KmIi la Compa'led to Blold Practlcs Down to Light Workout and Signals Spe. lal I'ispat. h to The inteliicencar. Washing*. n. l a.. Nov. 16.?sjnach NVa'.e was unable to staee a practice of lie ilitoenslons he w .riled for the Wash Jeff plaj.rs this afternoon. beoau?e sev eral of lils starts ;n the freshman class were unable to appear on the Held. The first year men are now In the throes >f the si\ week tests to determine w aether they have secured a sufficient scholastic standing to continue their college work, and every freshman Is busy now in recitation hall. Most of them will not he throuch before tomor row. so that Neale was compelled to employ his veterans only in the practice tod.-jy lie confined his drill to slcnal ml formation work with individual in*tru>-iion.s on poitrls where the Presi dents were weak against I'ltt and where ho hopes h' have Improvement against We -1 Virginia on Thanksgiving. special car for warwood grid fans Warxrood Tans Will Ears Spsclal Car to HIoundsTltls Saturday Afternoon Announcement wa> made today that art. nt:? -Meats have boeu made with the \\ he. 'ini; Tract..-i co:. .any to run a s -ar for the \ -rv.ond rn-'t.-.-s who vviil acecfii.anv tlx- V'.iwood li gh team to Mounds, til. S.iturd.av afternoon where Wafwood meets Moundsv ille high so'i.. .l in what pr. tulses to l.e one of the best games In the valley on that date. Th> car will leave Sev >nte< n h street Warwood at IT: IS and run straight ?hr ugh t" the cttv dovvri the ri' cr. , It will run on the siding there and return as soon as tlie game is over. All per ..>n- wl.o wish to go down will have t-> board at the high school as ttN\v II make no stops between the two i ids. Warwood Is Pointing For Moundsviilo Game Green and White la Anticipating Battle With Mound City L?d? Saturday. \\ t.-r|i.T r>r is?t IVarv ? I high w'll defeat the .V-uindsville Ii.gli ocven Sat iti.1.1> .?f? i't Moundsvi lie depepc.x ou whit utP:h-f ?>t elop !???? -.veen now an-! the time the hatrl" starts, hit one thing is i?ur*'il W irn'i'i .| is not jjnliiR lnt< th?- fr.iv overt i.ni'i.v nt. nor are the play ers goin r in in .1 r-'rii'ic'l. ? V.:>, h Smith :s anxious *fo down the eleven . n-.-h-il hv Tiloek. who mat hod the liri-rn last year up the river, ami he has hevn .workinp the hoys regularly. B-T WANT GAME Moun&svlUe Xeg*lon Cancr's on Eaat End Eloven Tor Grme Sunday Hue 'o a caneel'sitlfin by the Mounds vlile American Legion last night; tiie Kauers-Turner eleven is witnoiit a gaum for next Sunday. The man u-ement an nounced that no effort ??ui<! he n^ide to land a substitute. hut instead the season wri'iid close automatini!!v With several of the j.lajers injured, and due to Th-mk.-RH :ng I fins hut a week off! along with the uncertain weather now prevailing. it w-> ? deemed advisable to roll the schedule off as n ? (other games were on the docket to he played, .Manager John MetJannon wishes to thank the public for the support Re corded. realizing 'hit conditt n? at this t.nie are bad for athletic contests. The season was successful in1. far_as games played were concerned, only two games being dropped. PLAY FULTON A. C. This evening on the Fulton school gym floor, the reorganised Pastime A. ? live, formerly the Mast Find Midguts and the Pulton A. f\ team will clash In their first encounter of the season, and no doubt there will be a large crowd on hand for the game. The Pultonttes started the first of the Week, defeating the Mt. de I'h.liltal five and the strrng Olympic team of Mar tins Ferry, and the Pastimes are count ing on a hard game Lew's and ?'a?*t. Sehroeder will perform at forwards. ? 'iarlc and Verse will he guards while Purpura will he center. I It hasn't reached the point yet where any town points with pride to the pns- , -essinn of a Ku Klux Khan? Pallas Vews. .1 .1 Mannington High Gridders j The above bi c tho griddors who are | representing Mann.nglon high at Itool | >n the football crliltrnn this fall. The , team has a t)n<- record. having lost hut two Rutin s, both by 7-1 scores, ami they tiave piled up a total of 2'>0 points to their opponents'- 14. The team has been playing well all j season. Tlie following Is a summary of ( their games: West I'ttion, 54-c; Heling ton. 4??-??: Triadelphla. 4?-i; Victory.' Kairmont. 0-7: Weston. 0-7: Shtnnston. 30-0. Next Saturday they \v;rut up the sfiison, meeting Ka^t High i i>f Fn!rni< nt. The follow1 n g are in the above croup:* Itaek row. left to rtKht lllako (much), j Flannagan. Meall, tl. IJ> titer. Murker. Akins. llaRgertv. Furbee. tinnier ami lle?s In the mltltlle row. left to right, are: S1 me. Kendall. Wetzel. t'onway. Hart. Stewart. Met'laitt. Kynter ami Nfereer. In the front row are: I'riejtanl, Thomas. Met See, Arnett. t'nptaln .lottes. tiutitp. Mathews, Weit'l.tU and Hyatt. QntheSaeen oPSport -- ? ? 1 ? ? " ** ? " --*?? 1 Looking over a list of the. names of roaeh*s who have developed the foot ball teams of American colleges, the thing struck me that so few are pro?! nets of Vale. Harvard or Princeton. i Is strange, at tirst thought, that the .? Institutions, which were the centers oi footl>all for generations, have s,> few roaches representing them, t >n secon 1 thought. It is not so strange. Men who play on these college teams and learn their games, on the average, are In more prosperous positions than the average of other schools and h ss liable to tc rept coaching jobs. Also the call of the old team for coaching help brings literally scores of volunteers to aid the coach, and many who would not con sider developing other teams are Will ing to drop their work and return to aid alma mater. Wisconsin, which has been producing winning coaches, such ;.s Wilt ate. lib-h ards and Zuppke, however, ranks quite low In the list numerically. The Wis consin products, of course, trace dire t ly back to Yale, for Wisconsin got her football from Yule. Chicago, with only live recorded coaches in the lists, traces back to Ynle and Minnesota, credited with only one. also is basically Yale. Missouri, which has supplied seven coaches to colleges, gets her training via ITlnceton. and 1 er traditions are largely of that Vhool. Tn the lists of conches I find only one Princeton product outside of Itoper. three coaches who were Yale men. and six who spread the Harvard system. "Little" Bueknell has six on the I!.-' ?, Holy Cross seven. Notre Panie s'x. Ohio Sta e (whl< h Is a comp irut:. e youngster, although a lusty one) h.s six of Its products spreading the spirit of O. 9 TT. You probably never would guess with out looking In the records which school supplies the greatest number of conches. (Jive It up" We'l. It Is Springfield, which has twenty-four accredited to it among the tenches of the game ' Harvard Man States His Cass Speaking of the "Harvard spirit ". I received a letter the other day which makes me wonder whether It reflects any considerable sentiment of Harvard, or whether the real sportsmen of Cam bridge would think the writer as much of in ass as I do lie writes !n relation to the recent trouble between spectator* and the Harvard team, whhh Is blamed by Harvard authorities upon the enmity of rival schools, of course. Harvard does not mention these "rivals" by name, hut means Martmotilh tsometlmes referred to by Harvard men as "the Hanoverian' swln") and Boston College. These two teams were dropped from Harvard's football schedule pr-'haMy for' very good and sufficient reasons, nr.d Harvard generally attributes the hostile attitude "of son e of ihe spectat ors at games of the Harvard team t "Jealousy" of tlose schools, which may or may not exist. Tho letter takos mo "> i:i?k ht ??? tprf'-rlnir with s?riiethlni; ^ ?<!??>? I* n.>no of my roi<*?*rn." It cop* "Harvard's jitl:l?-ti<?? nr.* ?..r Harvard. U h.it liar v:?r<l decides : 11 " thp busi ness of outsiders. alnl im concern ot the public. U'P hu\p hp*ri criticised suffi ciently hy niurkpristi iicws|>ai'.*rni.*n anil outsiders. f-f wlili h ymi tire one Thp ?stap'1 of liarv.iril t<> exclude riders wins my ap*?l?ilie''." TIip li'tti-r Is extremely i*. hut that In tho sjdrit nf It It hr-atles tin at of Independence; Harvard I*. hall and football iu llarvaril. without Har vard all at-ort str.a tishi ;? #'? ? i !? I perish fri.m thp earth. \W have t.ih?*n 'la* at tltudi* ttiat tho public pays and ? n tltlpil to sflmi" piitisiih* ration. hah in numbering tl.p players ami .ti other mat tets.^ Hut tf this writ* ? n*; resents IP.r "vntd* n.i hp r'aiins to do. m* art* willim; to apohmtr.o and r*al" il.irtatd tn t.ik Its toys and play '?> its. if. CarodJans Tt y Cv.r Giwe. One tin* hi>r s-iti-ii is t'*..- fi.i.t (.*il| s?.*i''i>U was tf'p sli'W.n*; . 1 M ?Mil ur.i'. iT-slty await"! tli* ? tr.iiiK S' it*, v-???:? T'i "* I '-lit *ili..ps. ill*, if t' mod i.a r?* I" tin r ' ? t*. of ('?>>.' hall. iir.*r:*il one i.ian *? r t.nm in reduce it tn . o< i a ami. pl..v *ic ? rante hold S.vrai as- tn tw.. ..r. - It pr-TtS. ; till tv.n*.. s ?- i I ?*!>-! \ t !l T*i*.l t ? ? IV?* *1 tba ftyiai-usp ir..V 5:r; \ Tho Intrrnat|nnaI match (peed a hlf: siipi*pss m Montr.. .where the American stvh. ? r football I*.* ?>.? t v.*!' known, and It jiut pn>.th.r ri'a: f* r i'i.* rrp.it Atnprtcnn r dt'-y tam- int.. tl,i< field. It is quite ? nn< Plva'-lo that a wp!I coaehed f'.mad'nn c..||ove tPi'tl would k'Ivp almost it:\ of .hit* tp?m> .a hard firht If It ton'; it*, o ||* foiiit-il! si-rlmistv At thp for*.*a*i| i.-isslni; yimo the I'nnnd'nns would s'.nw u? some thing nhout throwing and catching a hall. I saw n queer play In \'.ni VnrV thp othpr day it a contest between "tih!* profpsslor.nl" teams on tie playground at Van f'ortlandt park. one tp*ini w,as a trill.- shv on rnat.-rlat. and when its ranks wore depleted it ,-n!??..| |n two young mpn who ?Pr? n*il"H 15 a few minutes Inter thp quart. r throw n fnr wartl pas* I'm. nf thp volunteers. who nd hpi*n playing fast, hut who >*vld.*nt |y was not familiar with thp gatm*. sud ilpnly Jumped. hattpd th.** hull with Ids hpnd and knocked !t t\v?ntv fort or tnoro Into tho arms of r.pp nf his tonm mates. who rnuRht It and wont thirty yards h# fore downed. Thorp aro pos sibilities In combining sn.cor and foot hall training. Cornell Supreme In Rnni. Just how J ?ck MnaJtlc.v diw? <t is hard to Ritess. I>iit he has ?l?r\at Cornell tli?> kr?-aiIt nytKrt'Katlon of i ross-country runners ever. seen In America, better even than the Want that represented Cornell iii Kniclnnd Three Saturdays in suceesslon the Cornell hill an.I dalers ih>l only won. hut scored (?tactically a chan swero lui-e live of their men fin irherj in the (lrst live po sitions. runmnx' practically a (lead heat. The next Saturday tiiey had the mat six positions. arid :n the Ice ra. e al Van Cortlandt, New York. ;in?ms: I'artmouth. I'enn and i'oluinhla. tlv% Cornell men took, the l.rst five posi tions. The two Browns. Capt. Carter. Mlske and Irish form a seentlnttly iin "T>eiitahlo quintette, t'ormdl may vet show the Oxford Cambridge harriers how the sport Is developing in U?? I'trited Stat'-s iCopyrlRht. 19.1. V. T. Kveniiit; Mail.) mmm at FERRY-LINSLVI ? SATURDAY EIGHT THOUSAND EXPECTED TO CROWD INTO EEfGUX PARJC rOR INTER-CITY CLASH. Both Tea.nm Held Practices Yesterday on Heavy Field?Interest la Growln*1. Acenrdimt t? reports last eteniiK from the Ohio side of the river. Mailt thousand fans of the Wheeling distrh't wIM he crowded within the four femes of l.eaitne Bark. Martins Kerry Sa'ur d iv afternoon when I.insly's husay foothall warriors lineup acnlnst Cic purple and white eleven representing: Mart ins K>riy hxh school. Arrangements have n made to handle a niotistrr crowd, for the 1-Vr rlans are hem;; b.oked bv the ??ii'i'e town, while 1 Inslv lias no small fol . 'ovv I n I' sol f. Ira : !? a '!y the ent Ire si u dent hoilv of e.-dets Is pl.uminK to ae the Tram I'o'lt teams held pfio'tres vesterdav "tt tlt'ir respective lo his. and Coaches l.otnks and Nt.ss both Wasb-.letT stars of the "past few years reported their men ? ?, line tneftb fot the clash c/o't is ?!?'??: tiiho il tr. vi in. at'di many tire .f ;l:e optni<in the hreal.s of tin- pa till n ? I so:tie the dispute as tiie ;mo team? arc so i P?selv matched la 'a it's |.o\- tropi Marti Kerrv ate hard liylCern and havi ' ? "t| playim: < ottsisti tiHy all fill1 I,as' "aturday th* v e.-sjed. cam ? iiin-" un 1.1y:01 of lint ton Ohio, vvltib ?'r .adets strut rhd f.T sixty :ti uu'e wiMt Cup.di Wolfe's ? harites of Tri.tdelphia hi th seltool on a >< a of mud in a ? obi dri/ /.littK rain , BOTlIlST \V n<|if-r i'?ii \nv, 1 Toiuini 'Till ' l'"ns. of .-i iViil. Iii" ? I ??ill "S-'Mut" ' ,ln||os. i'!,i I li: i P! ? if I It-- I. i ;t \ i l. i i II I; I ! Inning iTi.iml .oii-hi:? ? ? t' i*.iiri'l.i. "o |rii;i.l. In. t!i?? if-l :??iti.il ?! If* | s-1 11? ? 1111? ? 11 fit r?.iiii?l liu'll. T:" l i'H'1'1 ii'i-l !? ? ' I- ; 'in '.t ' < n ' !i.-' !.:iIn*? ? I ! i : I ? Tlliil . ?!? ;!:? ? '.if .ill.Hi 'Ion ? :? ? .i ? ? ? ? ? 1.1. t II. \i .'i s ;< r ?? i n I'. i i - I,,. r . \* III!. |. '. i: ?? t;: r ? I 11 lit.. I li'.l . !|. ? : : 1' III .? :Tli another <;l 1.1 ???!?- u? *1 i" -i' 1 . Inn#1* ; ,/ '7v CENTRAL FISHERMEN : AT MEMPHIS, TEHN. Mi t?;l ' tlir> I'rri'r.r p'shlnT '"""'llv ] ivlici -? t:irt??.| ? in i hnrmj il"?n the ' I'll'., rlior !' ?!? New i ir|."in* ?.ovornl ui'i'ki ."IB". ha \ e r>M<'hi'<1 Memphis. > Tonn liihn l?e!tst, who .v-rnnivsinled ill'' , j r f \ as far n.i '"uir". r?*!iirnoci home vmiiT'lav lie stated 1'i.n tho\ lin<1 n?t i ori-to :ini trotil>-? o- far 8" I"* Mont villi tItoin. Am UK th"*a 111 the !?? It - pro f\ Shorlff Ilnvanl IIh^I.tki. ox-tailor j.MiohaiT Kitjx-raid, J.'i.-aard I ton"v.-in ! ami Charles \\ iir!7.l>n--Urr. TAKE IN KDNOARIArS. Wlliiilnpinn. poi.. Nov. it;.? \ fill la - i tlon of the II'mtrarian Keformed ohnroli i with the Kplxenpal iloiionilnation wax i approved today hv tlio sixth svnocl of ? ho Kjiisooi'itl (Moooso of Washington, In s. ssfon here. As n result of today's notion It wis saId I'lsltoti Hops of tho Washlnct'in provlnoo will or'l tin tho?o Hungarian J tr.'nlKtors.who apply fur crdxra. / CANTON FLOOR TEAM 1 WANTS GAMES HERE J Tlit* Knights of Columhus basket- j ball i' lim of Onnton. i?. made up i>f t ex-collcge mm, arid hating omt of the j best basketbali floors In the state of i Ohio, and also equipped with shower ! baths and swimming pool. Is-now ar- j milting their schedule of games for !, the season of, 1921-22. For games, write !' Manager James 11. Kinney, .*29 Sixth Street. X. W., Canton. Ohio. ?THIERS EH RUTGERS oris tanb of itati a_hje bewail iso fact stajl3 wtx.z. be out or oabix. Practice All Thlr "Week on JSnd'ljr rield, Bat Hope for Better Con - dltlone. Special to The Intelligencer. Morgantown,- W. Vn.. Nov. 16.?While ' Coach Spears has been preparing his men for Saturday's game with Rutgers College, at New llrunswlrk, X. J, In the slippery mire of the local athletic field. Mountaineer football fans have been bewailing the fact that the game was ever scheduled. They point to the fact that IJol? Hawkins. Martin. 'h-orge I 111 I. Captain Kay and others need a sh<>rt rest before the Turkey THiy en counter with W. and J.. ami predict that even with these .stars in the lineup, the i "Varsitj Is going to have a close shave In its game against the Scarlet. It is true that the Mouuiaiuo t s are not In the best of shape for the Hut- 1 gets game, and also that the Scarlet may spoil W-'St Virginia's chances of a victory over the Presidents. In spits of the gloomy outlook. Coach Spears continue to unletly prepare his charges for the two i<-m.lining- games on the schedule. Spears Is neither coniiib-nt nor ?iiecouragcil. but has a determined attitude and is hopeful of "showing" . West Virginians that he is more than a mediocre mentor. Uncertain or Lineup. Spears Is uncertain about liis linkup f..r Saturday an I has lefii experiment- , ing 'with 11 ? entire squad all wwk, Some men who have not vet been In ' n gam ? this season have been used on ; tlie 'Varsity anil scrub elevens in scrim mage. ami nil tills n.ettis to Indicate liiftt S|nnrii may dive some of liis 'Varsity on n a rest oior the eomltiK iv-ek-cnd. l|owe|ier. to he on the safe slile, he will have to tako his full regular squad ; to Rutgers In order to l>? ready for any j emergent*) . While the Presidents are resting, the Mountain, rs will he kittling agamst | the strong, st kind of opposition and ex posing themselves to the danger of be ing put out of shnpe for the big Thnnks xr .tig battle The outlook is extremely i dark for West Virginia, and if Spears Ml. reeds In leading his team through tile next two games to the s it sfn. tton ' of West Vlrg.nia fans, lie Will hats . performed nothing less than a miracle. I GOLD PRACTICES AFTER BRIEF REST. | I Wheeling High Orlrtdere Warm Up on Sloppy Field After Two Day ? Layoff. Coach Kelrel Ross and IPs grid war riors of Wheeling high, were out in w... regalia yesterday afternoon on the Wheeling public s. Iieols athletic field, working out after a two day rest. Monday and Tuesday of this week, the tjold and White gridders were held In . check, and yeuterdni's practice resulted in the bo> s being full of pep and In a playing moo?|. Wheeling being idle tills week, the ntcn were glvctl a much needed rest, and moil now on until next Thursday they will be driven hard. New formations and new plays rnxj be the order to-day. hut t'oa.-h ltos> .. not divulging the nature of IPs attack next Thnrsilax. and wb.it the buys gri will he for themselves only. SZLOIAN TILE VICTO* . ?!t! !e Rock. Ark. Nov. kt^?|JBiarles Pentr.Vjv lte'gian. holder of ^UfiTKurn- i p.-sn middleweight wrestling i^Finplon shlp title, today threw Pink Gardner, New Y.-rk American champion. In ilfty t> r. e in ?m'es in a match here. Kcntrop uvc.I a bod\ s.ls-ors and hantmeriock. WELISBURG AND FOLLANSBEt ;1 CLASH SATURDAY FOR TITLE 1 ? 'JB \ ? BOTH tzuot xxtxot to wtk BBOOXX OOUX T CKAJCPZOK sktp amd ax Finana eases whl pmxsx t sTmowo xiwxtjp ro* killto^, wjlllx elites WTLL hats ay ot * ma itas8 Special to the Intelligencer. \ Wcllsburg, W, Va., Nov. 16.?The Slo gan "Heat Follansbee" was forthcoming last night when the local school officials | posted .1 banner across Charles street! at seventh bearing the above Inscrip tion. ? The local high school foot ball war-1 riors are hard to work In two dally! workouts for the battle with the Fol-| lansbee high foot ball ele\en Saturday, | for the championship rrf Hrooke County i Coach Elder has his l.oVs In the best condition they have been In during the entire season, and has Inagurated two practice sessions a day for the clash. The ten in works out at the Klwnnls held nt four o'clock In the practice of clipping, tackling and running with the bail. At seven o'clock they again as semble In the high schcool gym. and run through new signals given them for this game. The team has been scouted through out the season by ".Monk" Hager's lieu tenants, they* having witnessed the lo cals m every clash of the present ,sea son. while on the other hand Elder has been priming for each game as It comes along and lorgot about Follansbee until their time came on the schedule, thus the reason for the hard practice of the present week. Dope Says Foll&nabte > The present dope as Is always forth coming before any clash of Interest as tl-.ls otic will be, is that Follansbee has denned the crafty Moundsvllle eleven handily at Follansbee. 27-0. The Mound city lads defeated the local team lS-o at Moundsvllle giving the proteages ot linger a forty j>olnt advantage over the local bov s. Still again Follansbee de feated, Trladelphln 41-0, the Satur day following the f'lke lads defeat ed Tilock's boys 7-0, the same team that defeated the local* thirteen noth ing Again this gives Follansbee the ad vantage by sixty points. Hut no game ever was won by dopesters figuring bo fore the sixty minutes of actual ply vjj| was over thus we will go no (niw 4jfl with this dope. The FollanabSS t?M ejjS stands out as the best the Hill TtP> J3 has/ever produced and is backed< up kg ?$! their envious record of ths season. Tho town people are back of tbe team 9M strong an the ace of spades and it Will .3| -take the best football the locals has* <38 produced this season to defeat them. Hager their gallant Coach halls fross Morgantown where he playsd thros \ years on the v.trslty.as an end. Hs was one of the best ends ever produced (real ?$ the Unlverjlty, and -his success wag well looked for when he srrtvsd at Follansbee and took charge of a bunch | of some twenty-five candidates aad took ?) | them to a tral.ilng camp. ? Oot Poor Mart The season did not start with a Tlt ' tory but In each event that followod. .< I they won the game until they met ths | I-!nsly ??adels. who by playing the boft I pnme of their season defeated the M(H I Town boys twelve to nothing, while ] they defeated the local eleven 64-0. Since that defeat the up the rlvsr j hoys have won each of their contests by I large scores, which shows that ths? [ have picked up wonderfully and with ' this game to win In view throughout i the season they will no doubt bring to | this city an aggregation that will flgbt as they never did before for ths su premacy of the county. Th# slogan Is : on the lips of every student of ths school here "Best Follansbee" and ths ? citizens have taken.up the same. Tfca odds have been circulated throughout ' the city betting five to one on FollaoP ; bee, which looms up th* winner be for* i the clash. Chaags Sate The game has been postponed frogs Friday until Saturday to allow working men of the County an opportunity to see the game and the local Management announced last night that WilHatno who handled several games her* this | season had been telegraphed the offer to ] handle the whlatle In this lmpsrtaat clash, but no word has yet besn rscelv ed from him concerning the same. The 1 time for starting the game has also | been changed to two thirty instead of ??. i the regular three o'clock time, bscaUOs I of the early darkness of the evening. BILL FARMER WILL M END I HEIST 0. WESLEYAN ELEVEN I OHIO METHODISTS WILL IHVADE spanronriD satitrday to 1: hut wittenberg. 1 F?-rm?r X*4* Good Last W??k Aft*} Balng SWft.a to End and Will Start Gam*. Special to The Intelligencer. 1 Springfield, Ohio. Nov. H5.~-The foot l>nl] classic of the season here will he I staged on Zimmerman field Saturday ! afternoon when t'hi" Wesleyan ramo ! here to play Wittenberg In their first i footh.il! encounter In the past six years. Wittenberg Is preparing for its hard- ( est game of the season, t'oaeli Godfrey | openly admits that his teunt face* th?* ? ] hardest home game of the entire Reason | ] here next Saturday. The Wittenberg players realize that the Methodist crew is a fast one. and that unlucky?oreaks lias caused most of ther defeats this \ season. Hut Touch Godfrey's men are going Into the battle determined to break the long list of gridiron victories which Ohio Wesleyan has won from Wittenberg. At its best Wittenberg will be com- | pelled to present a crippled line-up Saturday, t'oinpton. their star punter, hud Ills jaw broken last Saturday. I Sweltzer, the giant tackle, will not play any more this season And It is doubt ful who'her either fllttner or Horman, I'oach Godfrey's two best fullbaeks win lie In shape to play against Wesleyan. The Wittenberg team will not be without a punter, however." as Hum- j mon. right end. furnished Gompton ' close competition for the punting job j For the fullback position. N'ess is about the best available man for Saturday's game. , Chang* Work*4 Well. , Toach Godfrey sprung a surprise last . Saturday by starting Captain Rurgner it halfback and Rnrtdorf at quarter, and the combination worked wall. Against Wesleyan, however, It !? likely that Rurgner will be back In hie did place at quarter. Heberllng, who counted all of Wittenberg's 20 points against Otterbeln laet Saturday will be ?een at halfback. , . / ' r.ocal athletic officials are preparing to handle the largest crowd of the (Mfc =nn. Roth Wittenberg and Ohlp TVgO leynn have large and Intensely Inter ested followings In thle city. With Compton, left end, out of the tamo for the rest of the season, Wil liam Farmer. Wheeling athlete, will have the end berth atl to himself, in* leas he too Is Injured. Fnrmer took Compton's place In the line-up last Saturday and completed a couple _of nice forward passes which netted Wittenberg goodly gains through the Otterbeln team. Farmer ordinarily outplayed Compton at end. but the lat ter was used for his punting ability. Farmer started last Saturday's game at tackle and played a hard fnst game lit that position. Coach God'rev com mented very favorably on Farmer's ihlllt yto tear through the Otterbeln line and mess up theh- backfleld. AX.X. won* XMflTMa Philadelphia, Pa.. Nov. 16.?Woman throughout the world will be Invited to |oln with the national council of women in the celebration of Armistice day, next year, under the provisions of a resolu tion adopted at the closing meeting of the council's biennial session today. 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