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Victory for Wheeling Today Means Chance lor Tide
? . ? ? ? ? r> I If* ? I PARKERSBURE HI COMES HERE H! Hi CONTEST i1 VISITORS PICKED A3 BEST KTOB i SCHOOL TEAM IN STATE TO* PAST THREE YEARS Outwelrh Eooala Many Pound* To Man ?Despite Inturlaa. Mt*U of CH>ld and Bine Is Perfect Whon Parke-sbur* High School's! football team tro's out on the Public! S. hoot Athletic field c.n the Island this |, afternoon at 3 o'clock to clash with [? ("ivii'h "Bill" Stobbs* warriors, the Cold 1 , and Blue ou'^t will he faeipg 'lie last j , ohrt?'-le in its pith to u f;rm oIji rn on ( the 102; State Championship. Should . the Cold ur.d Blue come through vie- | ^ ? r:.. 18, wh.-e: . ,i' be n the race for 1! ?he title and in 'mpresslve victory j , w >uld more than lik- > iar.d them In the ?' <*ei.eted position for tfc* first time In -( j ears. ""lie visitors hue t> selected as the , best team it -.h? -:.\:e t r the oast three ! years. r??.ov> ? ?? 'wo defeats th;.> sea ken in as many weeks, they will prove., dangerou* n? a!', times. The Itwo de- |! feats, in.-'iid hi* one in \V.--t Virginia , High seh ? i -ireies. fi,at was-inflicted . by Huntington by the score* -f I ft - 7. ; "Wheeling ais-. in- l-.-t but on*- contest) that t,, Washington-Irving by the J court. llaeh ?? mi will enter today's! game with bur ? ?no stain on its record i, and knowing that \ let- ry will sa\e them i and defea" ruin them and with th's o? . J jcet in min i, the battle today Is expect 1 ed to pn ? ? y of rh- most bitter Mruy ' g.'es in the ann.il- e?f the state Parker-bur- v I' mt'w eight the Veal* r>* iny pound- to ? he man. and with !t? j cr-'a: record and \ereran team will ?nter ' the game the fav-.r'to against Stobbs' j | team Report* hive it :h.,t -he Rtg Red!, regulars ar- bruised and injured follow ing the hard game w;th Wait? High last j week-end. bill announcement from tbso ) down-the-*tate city ha* It that the r?-g- j u'.ar varsity will s'nr: the f ii"? with ! reserve* riu.lv arid anxlou.. t>> take their ? team mates places at the earliest t:titj when r.ceJed Boys Nursing Injuries. Wheeling also is shot tin despite the ' rest last week- end. \\ htie y'ap'a a! Brinkman has attain returned to f irm, j Carroll. May. Xdiber. -J ' ml 'l ? aro nursing bur's All of llo-.-e mt:i ? will no doubt star; the contest hut with ( their old Injuries ;> >-*.!.;? aggravated In today's clash, which :s be a stiff one without a <!? ubt. the-. m;tv hi\?.vto he removed from the came Tlie >- ib- i siltutes are n d In the 1 *?t of condition e. he-, with I'rrry. tni-b fre.-hmnn I star, who 'ms beer, reb- t>Meibor. the ? w..rs- Off of the lot. Xeih.r suffer It.g feoni a had hand while l orry s artr. , ha scaused him some trouble the past ! week, acldo from these players a!! of' the members of th - hold and Blue *iua ire In the h?>st of condition. Tjio Wheeling High students he'd ?? monster thuso a' s-'hool yestsrdav f. lowing studies. ur.d laat nigh: para<b through the stree*? with nunierou. pauses to demonstrate their spirit by living s<>r.s> and yells. Red-fire nnd homes ftl.-o held sway during the par ide. Automobiles carried the team which will uphold the tra?1,-io:is of Cold a: d Blue of Wheeling High today. The Wheeling students and follow r.*s j Ian another thipj and parade to. lay shortly after noon. After a parade ">ver the city they ? I! go the t iunds. where another demonstrat'on will b* hold Spir t is expected to sun high luring the afternoon in the Wheeling b!e> 'hers. for the students have found that a team that !-> l.o'g.d fi 'hfully win or lose by its followers, will play harder and winning fo. V,". rhan if they 1 play before empty st.n l* Special Train. Rark?rsburg brourht h special train ; of t.000 rooter* and ;i band here las: j nigb.t The t* itn stopped at the Mel.ure. It Is understood tlut" the down-staters' have also plamd a celebration. Judging fruit ammount of Interest being taken i In the game, all attenilar.ee records s ould be shattered Practically every reserved seat (in the Id has been sn'd and with the general admissions, stu dents and passes close t.. 10.'">01 people are expected to crowd the iV'd ?o Irs The probable !;r?ups Wheeling Parkersburnr Brink-man (o,) ..BE. AJhner Carroll .... L T R. McEetiTr (c) TTlrloh .It O Hamrlo joe'tmr, (Perry 1 C CK M-.rrln M*r R O Ehafer \fj?li?r R T Roberta Q. H?-r rr RE R. Boll Kotm Q B JTaahlon LiHo* R H Hobenaaok TWcoaaa !? K .... J. Murrla Cotton I. H J. BeU Jtott r B Weich high field Klokoff. 3 p. ra. Officials?Ktnsw?!ler. Denlson. r?feree. I McKlnney. Pitt. umpire; Muse, W * J.. Uneeman. TRUSSELS TO PLAY NEW MARTINSVILLE Booal AfTresratlem Anxious to Take Kearore of Down State Team ? n tt t? One of the Leaders In Banks. The crack Trusel A C. football -earn 1 will Journey 'o N<"f Martinsville to morrow where 'hey nil! meet the crack Ex-High team of that place In the af ternoon. The eame Is looked upon as a hard ba'tie for both teams with the ; outcome very nvi~h 'n doubt. The Trussels held practice last night and Coach Wagner feels confident or a hard-earned victory. Practically every member of the squad will make the , trip. i French scientists blame smoking by j the women for ttao Increase In divorces j In Europe. I Wr CATARRH ?I th? BLADDER!! ???????1 Guard Your Health Be Sore To V** i-JJWdWuUp The Handy P?cph>UcHc Kit for Men PREVENTIVE AFFORDS UTMOST PROTECTION Tut>? ??*- Kit <4 ?) rt 4I,Onwi,:i ** tl St.. Mw Y1"-* r SAFELY RELIEVES I j CATARRH OF THE BLADDER I | ??pi | ?ill M? I i I ? 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The quality of workmanship that goes into every Stout garment does not permit us to accept orders tcr holiday delivery after our workrooms are filled. Place your order tcdry. All Wool Bill* Unfinished Her ringbone SUITS, SI 6. Si) Other Suits and Overcoats made to measure, $25 to $50 fo?T. 11th ma J B^RVlVSj-Jol V c?r- llthandl " I COACH H. D. THOMAS ? Coach H P. Tho:n*s, who has success- ? fully coached the Parkersburgh High school fain, which clashes with Wheel- ! leg th s afternoon on the Island gridiron. Touch Thomns has l<een very success ful! at Parkershurg for the past two seasons He Is a former pupil of Zup oke. having worked under him at the j I'nlverstty of Illinois, and has taught the r.ig Peds a western style of offense including a fast open attack Interspersed with l'ne play. His style of defense Is somewhat similar to that employed by such teams as Notre Parus and Chicago. ' I ? ? ( CAMERON ELEVEN TO BATTLE WITH UNION Birth To*ir. ? Brlmed Tor ctame WVloh Jt?y Determine Championship Of *arsh*U County. Cameron High school's fotball teans j will invado Ber.wood today for *. cl**h with Ernie Beck's L'nlon High grlddsr*. | Both teams are primed for the contest and the outcome will have a strong | bearing on the championship of Mar- I shall county. The kickoff is scheduled for 3 o'clock sharp. Both teams are in excellent condition for "he game .as well as confident of the outcome. The records of the two are about even, with Union's great victory over Bur*ettstown giving them the ?light lead In this part of the dope. Cameron will have the advantage In weight, but Beck's machine Is confident of turning back the visitors after a hard battla. The advance sale of tickets indicates tha' a large crowd will sttend the con'est. Cameron will bring a large number of rooters with the team and Cenwood Is planning to turn out strong to hack their school. Late laat evening It was predicted that the crowd today would be the largest of the 1*23 seasen. The lineups: j Union. >oa Caoa roe. ?Williams (e)....L H) SItnms Mdlfoy U. T Cro^g Wilson ......... L. G Walker C. Hughea C . MoCurdy Brown P. <3 Best Polos'a P. . T Johnson Paatortus it K SCuhn O'Brien ....... Q. F Timmons Steinman K. H Phillips Kady U. IT Bush (e) J. Hughes F. B Keefsr Hard Battle When j Jewetts Meet Temples Local football fans will have a | chan-e to view two of the strongest j amateur teams in the valley Sunday af- j t?rnoon when the Jewetts of BeJlaire, ; end the Temples of Shadyslde, meet on j the lat'er's grounds. Bitter rivalry is expected to ae,-r>m- I panv the clash as both teams have a ? large following from the two towns, j who have opposed each other both in I High ??hool a~d Independent football. Both mams are reported to be In the ties: of condition for the game. . i HIGH CLASS TOYS ELECTRIC TRAINS STEAM ENGINES AUTOMOBILES WAGONS | MECHANICAL TOYS IMPORTED DOLLS and DOLL CARRIAGES BASKET BALL OUTFITS FOR TEAMS SPORT HEADQUARTERS i i 1 ?? i Sheppard& douse No. 30 12th St. RADIO SUPPLIES i V,- ? ? mJ Triadelphia High Gives] Linsly Team Bad Scare RXD AND BLACK WARRIORS SCORE ' TWO TOUCHDOWNS ON HOLD- ( ENS CRIPPLED ELEVEN. Cadets Cross Goal Twlcs In Second Period?8 l>sc tabular 50 Yard Run of Bodgers Peatus. With x w oil directed line attack re-' voicing around the stalwart form of Fullback, U'?t> Kodgers the Tr.adclphla high school football team, held tho Linsiy machine to a 19-13 score on tne^ Fair Grounds yesterday afternoon. The i Red and Black wa'rtors displayed thaj b. st brand of football they have shown this season and the game was a!m-at *3 pood as a victory for them. Rod#ere Features The playing of Bob Rodger* for Coach Hill's aggregation was the most spec tacular part of tho contest. Near tho beginning of the second Quarter ho broke through the r.ght e:de of Linsly's line and ran u" ards for a touchdow, eluding seven tarts'- -rs. in addition to this ho plunged tho line r< .nsistontly and made many gams of from in to 20 , yards Showing an abundance , f pep ana fight the Triad line also dd wonderful work. Time and ?g*i.u th.y repulsed the Orange's thrusts through tiro lin flr.d on several occasions they brotc through and threw the fast Idnsly ha I ? b?'k for losses on attempted end runs Captain S^mtth, R >ss and Xiekeraon! prominent in this piav. If Coach Hill's aggregation continues to play the type of football i.iey d'd yesterday they are dun to w n the re mainder of their games. Ltnsly Gets Jump Idnsly got away to a touchdown in the first pelod. Getting the ball on a fuynble af'er Trlade'phla had received on the kick off the ball was quickly run to the twenty where they were held for downs. In an attempt to plunge the line Springer funihled and Idnsly again go. possession of the ball on Trladel rhla's 25. Then Myers, receiving th~ ball fmm Ffobhs on a criss cross hurled a pretty pass to A Sfobbs who fell over the chalk nark. This ended the scor ing for the flrst Quarter. At the heginn'rg of the next pert".! Rchnerleln intercepted a pass on hi* t.*. Two consecutive runs by Stohbs an1": Myers took It to the 25 where another pass, identical to that which effected !he ilrst tally, put A. Stobbs over again. With the game looking much like the <1..pesters had predicted, Llnsly running away with a large scone. Rodgers re vived the hopes of the Red and Black with his 60 yard chase and a touchdown An attempt to pass for the extra po'.ut failed. I.insly again got possession of the hall after the kick ofT when they held Triadelphia for downs on their 40 yard line. On the flrst play a pass from ! Myers to Woods added the third touch- j down. A Stobbs kicked goal. X.Lnsly Scoring Ends This ended the Llnsly scoring for the ftitlre game. Triadelphia came back strong In the second half. They out played the Nussmen during the entire period. The ball see-sawed back and forth In mtd-fleld with both teams Inter cepting a brace of passes. The break came when Springer intercepted a prss "n Llnsl.v's 33 nt the beginning of the final quatler. Three line plunges by Rodgers and Thompson netted a flrst down On the next play Rodgers ran to the 20 where Thompson chased around left end for a touchdown. Rod gers booted the ball from placement for the extra point. After this tho ball remained In Llns ly terltory until Vlttore.lla booted n 60 yard kirk to Trladelphla's goal line. I'lay resumed on the '-'0 yard line and after two unsuccessful line plunges the game ended j A summary follows: Triadelphia Llnsly Tascher L.K. Robinson >m1th LT 5y?raflnl ?Cable 1.1 T. Ilamll s'lekerson ?..C Schnerle'n loss R.I Alblson Bell r.T Comack lushnlo lt.fl A. Strhtii I 3rlce Q- Woodu J Thompson LIT Mv?r?i Tprlrger ?- RH Mllei j dodgers lr R stobbs1 Scoring?Touchdown*: A. Stobbs 2,1 Woods 1 R.-dcers 1. Thompson 1. Point I after touchdown: A. Stobbs 1. Rodgers 1. substitutions :S!oan for Springer. Springer for S,loan. Schre.-k for Cushnle. Cushnle for Schreck. Ueatherlng for Stohhs for Myers. Vittorella for Mlleg. ; Officials?Referee: Goodwin fW. <fe J.) j Umpire: Connors (Staats) Head lines-] man- Wagner tBethany). Score by quarters .1 2 3 4 Tls. Llnsly 6 13 0 0 19 Triadelphia 0 t 0 T 1J i j CRACK YANKEES EXPECT BIGGEST ! BUTTLE OE TEAR AT BARER PARK Famous McKeesport Eleven Presents Strongest Resistance Vet Encoun tered by Locals. MrKeosport is the customer| for the Yankees at Bauer'? park. Ful-; ton. tomorrow afternoon. A team In defeat often look-* bad. hut the visit ing aggregation displayed a wonderful front ln<t Sunday against (lie Ferry; Ex-Hleh, anil earned a return tilt with! a local club. Despite the 7-*? loss, (ho McKeesport ers showed their ability in,' the great fall sport to the doeress thai save for the Individual efforts of onn "Ernie" Reck, erstwhile Wesleyan Btar. the cross-river lads might be alngiDg a different song, so to speak i Coae.h Ted Gardner will depend ; much upon "Louis" Crock and Watson j to direct his proteges through this stirring conflict. Not a more difficult j assignment has faced the Yankees In ; recent years; this at a time when ai loss would prove a veritable riot. If. the locals lose Sunday, th? n tho Fer rtans can rest unmolested, tut if a vic tory l? recorded by a bierer.score than last week's result, then look out for a [whirlwind defy for valley titular hon ors. With the Yankees in fine trim, this achievement is probable. A careful perusal of the McKeesport club finds it with a stronc defensive [barrier. This was easily demonstrated by the remarkable "Gibraltar" afford ed when the Forty boys had tho bill within the ten yard mark no less than a half dozen times, but to no avail. Then, too, it must not he denied that Gruhatn's gang played smart football, and it's solely up to the Yankees to prove their right to challenge for the coveted honor. Over the phone yesterday Manager Henry reassured the local manage ment a crow d of no less than from McKeesport. This Is to be expected since the famous Olympics are not represented this fall, and the follow ing It enjoyed made the team a desir able opponent for anybody. With the Yankees battling to bold their record spotless, besides protecting the goal line, which to date has been untar nished, the biggest turnout of the sea son Is practicallj a certainty. Only the best officials available ham been se cured. FERRY EX-HIGH TEAM ! PLAYS CANNONSBURGj Cm on* burg- Olymploa Will rnrnUS Oppoattlon J*?r Unbeaten Ohio Ziehen At Iicagnie Park. lr* what will, no dnjht. be one .if the ' hardest semi-pro battles .if the year, the Martins Kerry Fx-lllKh football, 'earn will en.leaver to keep il.r'r record clean by rtef.ati:ik :Ii?- strari: Canons burg Olympics hi !,e.tsue |..rk tomor row The game was arranged at the 'sit mlnit? fr>Mowing 'he .-1rirel'at!?>n by MnundvvlMe and the nt'-netlon '* one of the best that has been offered She loe.'tl fhp? The visitor.* will present ore of the rlass'e out'lt-. that has ever played In j tt'heeltnir Their lineup Includes many former .?"lleao an.I lnuii seh..o| stnra h-1,1 w'll be one fh.v w'U make tron- i b.e for the Ferrl.ins Thev hold vie- ; lories over "nme ..f the best elllbs .n j the I'ltfs' urch d- trie: and are out to ?<]'' apothe- victory tomorrow. The lineup*: Olympic". Po?. Ex-irteti. j S'elbo'd I,. II Mankln I Shoepberser ....I. T Mull.n I Monnh:>n ..!< '! Applcirarth I 'a lev . >' Ornhnm ' ?' Kllnger It. '! Thomas C. Shoenberger. .It. T. l'lealinian Shrlver R B Cecil Walker Q Smith MoMllly L. H Marker I>unean R. H Smith Is Klinger ....... K Bark I B. B. Team Wants Games Th* Pmtthfletd Independent B. B. team has organized for the coming season i and tire ready to hoolc at home or abroad, with any food clubs In the district. If you desire a food attrac tion write C. A. Flennlken. Mgr.. Smlth fle'.d. <"'h!o. None of the fine passenger car equip ment for railways I? left In Russia to day. BISONS BEET 111M hLLVtN IN LUST G1E BEFORE BUTLER WHILE MARIETTA SHOULD MOTH EASY TOE. CHAKCSS FOB VIC TOBY GOOD OWING TO 00* DITION OF BISONS Big Qreen Slowly Recovering from Crip pled Condition Which Eu Xtm pered Them in U(t Few Gomes. With Captain Randolph out of the game Rethany faces a hard proposition this afternoon when they tie up with the fast little Marietta college eleven at Wells burg. Although tho Big Bison aggregation Is recognized as a much -upcrior team there are any number of chances for the Pioneers to upset the dope and conic through with a victory. Realizing that euch reverses are very likely to occur Coaches Easterday and Morrow have been driving tho squ d hard all week and have not left a stono unturned In preparation for today's bat tle. It Is reported that after belay crip-J pled hy serious Injuries the Big Green squad Is slowly recovering Its normal' condition and will enter tho game In full force with the exemption of Ran-J elolph. Kelley will he In despite a badly i sprained wrist and Adklns has recovered sufficiently from his broken Jaw to play guard. Stung by a 2s-7 defeat Marietta will come- up the river with the Intention*' of revenging herself. Although thlsj year's team has not been very success ful a well developed defense has been i displayed that may ho capable of stop-! ping the Bethany barks. The two teams will probably start as follows: j Bethany Pos. Marietta. I.ldderdule I>. E Harris yho mak* L.T Black j Kidder L. G Herdman PrltohanX Madden I Adklns R.O Woodr'ng I Broadley R.T MsTntfr* i Coiler B. E Shaw I I.oppacker Q.R A. Ward Gepford II B Chandlor Kel 1 ey HB Fit Ik Cranflll F. B Peen j TODAY'S GAMES 1 ? - * Saturday High School Games Tn Wert Virginia. Charleston at IP'ntirvton. Rarkersburg at Wheeling. Fol'anshee at Moundsvllle. Clarksburg at We?t Union. Logan at Ceredo-Kenova. Fairmont at Weston. Buckhsnnon at Grafton. Welch at Gary. Victory at Elklne. N'ew Martinsville at Trladelphla. Salem at East Side. Parsons at Keyser. Cameron at Penwood Ravenswood at Speneer. Oak H'll at East Ranks. Thomas at Kinkwood. Union at Sl?tersv!lle. Alderson at Mount Hone. New Cumberland at N#well. West Monongah at Shinnston. Peltnrton at Lo?t Creek. WeMsbure at Ea?t 1-lyerpoo! (Ohio) Martlnohurg at Shepherd College. P.oanoke (Va ) at Bluafleld. Falrvlew at Wayneahurg (Pa.) 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