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HALFBACK ELIGIBLE TO PLAy diminuative star with every day of practice under his wing expected to bolster offensive. Bethany Will Have Several Varsity Men on Bench Against Waynes burg?Rado'ph Was Called Home. Followers of Bethany Colleen ath letics will be pleased to hear that "Fatty" Patterson.' the dlminuatlve halfback of the Bison usrcroeatlon. 13 once rhnre eligible for participation In interoolleciaf e athletics. Fatter eon was de.clared ineligible at the opening of the lf?-2 session ami as a result has played no part iu Bethany eaoies this year. Despite the fact that the faculrv ruled htm out Fat'ter t-on has been out on every practice session and he shows rhe same old *peed and cir.cor which had made Wheeling fans cape with open months st his performances of tho last two years. Tat Is probabh as speedy a [taokfiofd mau as Bethany *!.?-> had fur ! ;o:r.o years ami followers of the i;u I Green tire expecing him to tear up ! things at Way aesburjt when Ikbreaks loose. Varsity Men Out. Arian Kelly. ^ ho had his ri-Jit -.\ nst ; thrown out of placet It: the George ? Washington University eoutost. v. tit. I no doubt, be kept our of Suturday'-i 1 game. The injured member t- cpnsid I erablv swollen and i.- a \oj-y painlm ! ailment. Uaptain Hairy Kindolpn, ithe Bison fullback, was called homo | directly after Saturday's ??>:::? i he cause of setojua illness of his latino' i It is not known w hen the Green am! | White leader will repor' for duty. ; Zook and Stobbs havs been c?>nsiKn^1 to 'he discards for the 1922 season. I Both criddors have broken bones In the arm and will not bp available for further use. Their loss Is being keen ly felt because of the lack ot men of the ability possessed by these two, rn j .<u-.ts>h iv'.rnsive plays. Kflnffer . . ? r'<i;n-, rapid y an<i it will permit ? hiiu t" play a.eniust Wayru'sburg the I; t'.H i'.os think. A'lklu.-i, with h!-4 ; broken jaw, will not Ik-, able to don tie- !. '>'? ?I'ins l<? i* -? >:up days yet. 11 * i- J'i" !? "v*1:-, that the Ohiu We* '<?> at w i 1 ? .? hint in the lineup. WESLEtAN SCRIMMAGE F008 DUQUESNE CLASH Mr'Hodists Planning Dcfens; for Aerial Tiame That Has Defeated Them Twice This Year. Mordant own. W. \'.i . Oct "1.?Two. >?> ti.. !r! Peter linrum ami "Hm'ty"! It'-Varrrim. whosij work against Kut vers he*e last Saturday stood out prominently, are almost certain to t r-'il. iu'o the Mountaineer lineup this Satunl.r- aftei nn. n. when West \ :ii.i n ?< ts ? ?.? ? University of ('in cinmtl niael'...n? m that city. Their work eouipan-d favorably with that of M"t::\_. Simon and \ardacet and they are hv far the most promising naw ,,n ihe squad, with the pos sible expeetion of td'U-T. who has also been regarded as a "comer. Barnum Complimented. Ibirmim took Manin's place early i in the first quarter and his playing1 was of such high calit>: ?"> that the hat tie hardened veteran conipllnier.?ed him on his splendid work. Ho punte-.l wo'!, inade sut .-.tantial pains through! the hue and on the d-dense was u reg ular whir'.wmd. ills tackling was , hard low and deadly accurate. The former rarkorsbur: high star looks mighty good to West Virginia tans1 Saturday and they f< el that- Coaon Spears i ? somcoti" t step into Mar tin's shops when that veteran gracu ate?. DeVauughn Goes Good. TVYauvhn In his first opportunity to show his abi'ify more th.an made reed The Morvantown boy was al most uncanny in picking holes and fourlu all the time. Rutgers players found him hard to stop and if he can continue to piav as he did last aStur day it is roing to take some mighty : good work on the part of the veteran j backs to keep hirn off the team. Varsity Crippled. With Marti out for two weeks at J toast and Mahrt in poor shape either Darnum or PoYaughn will get a , ci nee to start against the yueon Citv machine. Dr.- Spears was pleased with their work last week: and he 's anxious to give them some mere wctk to do before the important 1 games witc W. & J., and Virginia roll i j round. Barnum and DeVaughn ! | May Land On Varsity Soears We'l Pleased With Their j l Showing Agamst Rutgers and May Use Them as Regulars. Tiucfchannon. \V. Va.. Oct. "1.?The | ?West Virginia Wesleyau College eleven will open the mon'h of Nov ember wl'h a scrimmage this after-| r.oon in preparation for their first [ rame of the big grid month, Novem ber 4?h. .at Pittsburgh, with Duquesne I University as opponents. May Change Lineups. Last Saturday saw some shaks ups on the Methodist line. John Knicht1 was shifted from center to guard, and I Kishbaugh from tackle to the other! cu.ord. with Meeks and Schwartz tak ilng the tackle Jobs assigned thorn I 1 earlier In the seasou. In the back j ! field Martin Dietrich, Minerva, Ohio,' [high school star of last season, Is ran idly making himself a fixture. Tim little speed merchant with a 70 yard return of a kick off against Marshall ! last Saturday and two yrWd sprint * [circling ends, one of them tor a toucli ' down, besides playing a spectacular defensive game, has shown the brand of football that marks him a real corner. Maklnq Aerial Defense. Tho Methodists this afternoon will bo given a chance to build up a do force against the aori ? 1 attacks that ha? fwb-e cost them heavily this sea son. W & J won by forward passing and Marshall succeeded In scoring 'twice via the cloud route. There Is ' no doubt but the, aerial defense Is the !one big weak spot In tho Wesleyan ' machine. 1 With the forward passl-g tho Dukes big ace, Wesleyan must show a big j reversal In form by Saturday, or the I Pinsburghers will have an advantage ! over the "Flying rarsons," that may j count heavily In the final returns. RETENTION OFMILLER HUGGls!1 10 OIOOEK THAN VINDICATION I J | BT HUGH PDHEKTOIT . i The retention <<f Millar Muggins as manager of th" N> \v York Yankees ii a lugger thine i!"?n a \ indication of the! l.t'.ic manager. I- i* a declaration ot' j prin-iples and a naming t.i Kill players! Besides ii.<it. u places tho disgraceful j showing of tin? Yankees in the world's, f" rios. upon the shoulders of those to R'liuin it belongs. Uoh Mrusel. Babel Kuth. Scott and some of the othor9. It Is a warning, not ? ? 11iy froth t'ol. j Huston and i'"l. Kuppert hut frqm or*, pat.ized KusebaH. that this thing of bail] players doing us they please, refusing! : < submit to discipline and defying1 authority must stop. It means Ju-t this: that i:tiier those men must oboy I Hugg.ns and give their best efforts to I the team or get out of baseball. There' Is no room in either major league or j in the minors cither for players who ac cept nnd Insist upon exorbitant salaries and then refuse to give their best efforts' to the team. It means the passing of the discord ant elements from baseball? and the' colonels will he backed up In the stand til ay have taken by the entire body of organized baseball. Wu No Lay-Down There is no charge that the Yankeesj did not do the best they could In the' world series. While it looked as If! some of thern were not trying, they I probably were doing the best they could, j but they had neglected their business.! bated. attended to outside affairs, j played the br ght lights and ignored dls- '? cipline ton long When they wanted t.. get p.org they could not They were' (ill in. We thought that their frightful showing against the lloston Ued Sox a: the end of the series was merclv a let-i (I 'wn aMer winning the championship,! but w e w ere mistaken The team was | ail In. and cotild not play ball. Just w hen the owners are rommeno- i Ing to take a firm stand In their efTo*t 1 to enforce discipline ami !o domanl' their money's worth from the high sal aried stars, along mmes Bay Cannon i with his union, which means more trou ble Alma cf Union. According to Cannon, who is a suc cessful lawyer, and who used to b* a newsboy and a fairly good semi-pro ball player, the object . f the union is r.ot to antagonize ihe owners, but to aid i them However, many of the hall play- ' trs do not take it In that tone of voire, and some of therrr are quite warlike in their conversation, and want to organ ize to "demand their rlphts " The right to organize is not question , od. Nor Is the id*a or union taoor m-, I vo'.ved The owners ought really to wfi | com- 'ho iil?' i of a players' union with! .1 inin;:num wage?as it wouM moan Im mediate roiIu-Mlf?n of the salaries* of stars to the level of the mediocre play- I or, and the first step !n that direction J W'>uld mean the end of the union. If any one can figure the worth of a I ballplajer . it is the manager. No scale ! of wages could possibly fit all players.1 'beruuso tlio worth of a player Is what he draws at the gate, and there are ex cellent ball players who have such email personal fallowings that on that basis tlity wouldn't got two dollars a day. j Salary Wot Ofcjeotlve. If salary Is the object of the union. I ball players have the smallest reason of any class of workers to form a union. The demand for the end of the ten-day | raluse Is one that is open to argument. The caluse Is not necessary at all. Straight contracts with ball players would servo the purposo better. In fact, In fcplto of baseball law almost all the 1 high-priced stars have straight legal contracts with the owners. The com- j man or average ball player signs the j other kind of contract. it is unfortunate that Cannon, who s the organ,zcr of this union, Is the man who brought the buits for the dis grac-i^ Chicago Ulack box. Hoes Wot razor Crook*. He declares that he Is not In sym pathy with crooked ball players. In sp.te of his declarations concerning Felsch. Weaver, Jackson and that crowd. It is rather hard to make his statements jibe However, he explains them away oy saying that Comis..ey had no right to withhold the money from the Sox. and that thev are commission In with holding money guaranteed to the club finishing In second place, was beyond Its rights. Legs. ly ho Is correct In those things. However, his Intimacy with the crooks, followed by organizing a union of players, never will be segre gated In the public mind. S'-mr of the players tell me that the American league clubs are In the union practically to n man. anil that all the National league clubs save two have joined The history of organizations of nail players !.? the same In every at fn-pt Finch er? smashes because of the sclttshn,>s of th,? higher priced play, ts. noil each Is followed by charges of , rook c ine-.. and double-crossing. Xo good hi,s c-onc of any of them. (Copyright 1?22. the Xcw York Evening all.) I LINSLY CADETS STRIVING HARD ! ! * TO SAIN VICW OVER RIVALS j notre dame captain a product of world war;unusualre5ur1 Glen Oarberry Cornea from Tovtbal Tamil y?Two Brother* Also Hare pUyod ET\<1 Position?. Gler. Carbcrry cf the Notre P.imi football eleven Is an unusual produc of -he late war. After assisting uon eral I>r?hlng an a lieutenant in tlv ?v K F- f?>r eleven months. Carherr: was blown up with an amunitlon (turn] and spent three weeks In the hosplta "Woxuided in 8 ? I" vie ?* Ha came out minus an ear drum bu 'otherwise a he-man and entered Notr l>ame university where he spent t?i seasons as a substitute for Rodge KJlev, all-American end of the famou I eleven of 1921- That great team w& I blasted entirely, but before Its mem i hers disbanded they named Glenn oar berry as Knute Rocknes lieutenant t: 'the creation of another Notre Pam Inrmv capable of turning bark Nebraskf (Georgia Tech. Carnegie. Indiana air I I'urduc. The lleuten>nt of Pershing who wa I blown up with ?n atnunilton dumr 'came down to assist another gene.ral Knuto Kenneth Rockne?In nti uin or taking which Is a very *? r ous nffal ! to Notre Damo men and which will b watched with lntereat by the footbnl population of the country. Comea of yootbnll Stock. Captain Carberrv comes from a f <m llv of football ends. Two brothers for merly piaved that position on the team of the University of Iowa, and tw ; vounger brothera are now playing en Ion the high echool team at Ames. low. barnuFproveshis wurth in practic! Parkersbnrg High Star Looks 1 Till Martin's Shoes In Tine Style Against Cincinnati. Morgantown. IV. Vo., Get. 21.?-P etponrs shifted his varsity men ahot much In today's work-.at that H ? hard t? loll what combination lm w. 1 start auainst .ho Univ.tslty of Clnci, j nat! In the gamo there this hatuida. Today's Bfsslon was nothing moro t ta 1 another 1-m: s cttal -Mil with tw I ten ins wuk'c out mi'cr i ' ? 1 or ;hc coach.-" Rate <n the nf.<n."' ? overnl new players w. i- added t" th >1onn'tiln?'or.s' ov<r growing l.st. ? ? 1 narnum. wh . Is br'ng groomed to tal> Homer Martin's place at fullback, .ui. received pl. n'y of at'entlnn. Rarnui ?n i Mar.lt. ore the only "triple threat ; on the tram an-1 with the veteran out a U result of Injuries. Spr* I placing- a great deal of dependence I hi. youn<r star. I Uarnunt'- passing .'.'day wa Uh'T' of phenomenal and In some re | bpt'?v th'iu M?irt!n i:? in detriment. Roth '"aid Pav.s an \rmln M dirt were ur?I 1 vai'-'t ' lineup t"d i v, hut only f. r .a short Mini I Coach Spears used Graham and T I ma captrtln Meredith and ll?wat nt svron nd Mahan at guard; ' Barnard at center; Fkhorg a. uaar'ei ; b.a k: Nnrdne. l an.l T>eVanrhn at .ia. 1 |>.aeks anil Rarnum at fnllhark In addition t? I'avis and Mahr* other used on the vnrMty during the dr. ' v ere* Sack Simon, hiltback: I ill Mil .center; Funk, quarter. and Qtwrlr ' guard T appeared t"d .v as If < oac '* 'ends to pre -nt a n-w hart ?told at r'lru'nnatl thts Saturday, w.t I it.arnnm and 1 ????Vaughn t iking the ;>la< of Mart'n and Simon 1 football (tlallengf.s The Staats football tram Is wlthon I n ranie for Sunday and are open t .book ?nv fast 120 pound eleven 'n th 1 Ohio Valley. For Information -t at | mnromentB call Fanwood 10-W and as ? for Stanley. gome or the hig nucs used lr. nav I warfare burn lllo.OuU pounds of powde I *r one dif.cha.rir*. [oRANGE PRACTICING WITH A VIM ! THAT MAXES THEM LOOK SURE | WINNERS ATTER HARD GAME. I i Wheeling Scrubs Defeat Varsity by j Two Touchdowns?Shnkeup In I lineup Expected. j The undefeated Llnsly Institute foot l ball teem Is going hard at practice i .'every day trying to make victory fori (their school a certainty Saturday .when I they play the Wheeling High machine J on the Public School Athletic field, j The Cadets remember last season 1 ' when they were supposed to be sure ,wlnners in th? annual clash, but were turned back on tho short end of me score and plan to keep this from oc ? curing again this season. ^ I Yesterday the Orange held a long ' j practice session In which they dis | played form that made it plain to their " ! most ardent followers that when they e|alovved Motmdsvllle to hold them to a u 16-0 win, that they were playing under 1 wraps. The varsity was working good 3 and In their light scrimmage session 8 demonstrated their driving power by * 1 scoring oh the seconds with ease. " I Should they display this same form r' Saturday it l^oks like curtains for the 8 . Gold and Blu \ I, d I ~ | Wheeling High's flipping outfit was ? put through a long scrimmage yester , day In which the varsity again failed J ' to display their old-time pep. With . i the scrubs using Llnsly plays they r | romped through the regulars for a two n touchdown victory. Following tha II practice yesterday It appears as though there may be several new faces In ths | Gold lineup In the Llnsly game unless I the so-called varsity members snap out ." i of It. s j " ? 1 Martins Ferry and Bcllalre are con-. ,j fining their efforts to get Into ifrpe i for their annual clash to practice and j are keeping under cover from the press, j Both teams are having nothing to say and it looks as though fans who want a line on the two will have to Journey E' to League park Saturday afternoon. | j Following tholr defeat at the handa of Cameron last Saturday Trladelphla I displayed a comeback yesterday In >0 practice, and promise to make going j rough for iMoundsvlIle this week-end. The Triads defeated themselves In last week's game and With Improvement r.' this week should give a good account i' of themselves against the heavy Orange Is men of Jtublc's. RULED 0F7F0RLIFE :! FOR FIXING OF RACE J Cleveland. O., Oct. 31.?Steve O'Boy, ?i a pacer, lws own- r, II. O. Cheney, of n j Snhina O. and his driver. Chiirloy ,, I Slalpht, wore ruled off harness horse race tracks for life today by officials of c i the Cranwood track here. Judges Jog s' < ph McGraw and H. S Mr.Milliman, ruled ;l that the men had attempted to "fix" the i 2:16 pace. :Clir CHAMPIONSHIP GRID BATTLE ! SLATED FOR PAPERS PARK SUIT YANKEES AND COLUMBIAS RE | NEW HOSTILITIES AND A | BUMPER AUDIENCE I IS ASSURED. | Both Teams Show Several New Faces i and Outcome Much In Doubt. I Capable Officials. | Redhot Interest centers In the sec ond clash at Ilauers Park, Fulton, next Sunday between the undefeated Yankees, representing the East End. and the highly touted Columbia Club, ; I flying fhe ro'ors indicative of the! jSouth Side. Both teams are the class' In the city at the present time. Aj victory for the "creek" lads means an-' other battle for titular honors, and! with this In mind Coaches Morrison nnd Shenerlein are putting in extra time correcting several faults clearly shown In the last engagement when (he Columbias lost a tough battle by a close score. I Good Game Expected. 1 In tho previous meeting, some eon i tend that the South Wheeling club had the edge in playing, but like many of the football games played uhis year, was shy on scores. Durant | who was put out of the game through some unexplained fact, is anxious to cut his capers, which means a battle royal for the Yankees. This young ster Is a "triple threat" and unless he can be stopped, a different account of the result will follow in tho press. Tho South SIders are ail set for this i struggle. reaMHng its worth, and will exert every effort for a victory. j Yankees Overconfident. The Yankees, on the other hand.are . 'nursing along several cripples, as | well as experimenting with a few new I players. Last Sunday's easy victory 1 has tended to mako the boys some what overconfident, and Coach Ted Gardner is having no little trouble in cautioning his cohorts to expect un usual opposition. It Is also rumored that the Columbias Invc added more strength on the offense, and besides are developing a forward passing at . tncku that promises to cause a bit ot anxiety among Yankee fol'owers. Practice was held last night with sev eral unable to report due to injuries. Capable Officials. j With Cccli l.oucks of Martins Fer ry high school to handle tho rofetee end. Gerald Coffey as umpire, witn the popular Bye Magers as head-lines man. the contest should be capably looked after. Due to the intense rival ly tho largest crowd of the season is certain. GALAC IN WHEELING LOOKING FOR WORK 7unoni radian Football Flayer, Brother to Fote CnJnc, May Flay With <, I Local Team. I Charles Calac, brother of Pete Catac. I famous Indian football player, and him- < self n gridiron star of reputation, is in | Wheeling and plans to locate here. | Calac comes from the Sioux Reserva tion. Montana, and has attended school I at the Cariislo Indian School, at Car- j lisle, Ta Calac will locate in Whaling provld- I !ng fie can secure employment here. He holds cards from the Pressmen's Union and other labor organizations. He le a willing worker and anxious to secure employment as he Is willing to work a* any trade. At present ho Is staying at the T. M. C. A. It was learned last evening that sev eral of the leading semi-pro football teams In the city are bidding for the star's service' for next Sunday. Calac declined to state whether he would play hero but from the flattering offers he has received In all probability he will line up with some local club. Mrs. Transit?You'll like to work here. You'll be treated as an equal. The New Cook?You'd better keen your place, ma'am. 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