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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
FRIDAY, SCTTirMunn 19, 1913 11 ADDITIONAL SPi I0ST IS 13TH YEAR AT li. OF 11. ramoiH Michigan Cah Not Siioiti lions llowovrr, and is Hu-y .Miik I us; a Iliirk FirM. With 2- candidal' i out on tho lirst morning of practice, tho football sa- Eon is on .f-rr In rarnfj-t. Urforo th- Lnd of thf w-fk 40 men will b- hard at work on Ferry lic-KI and thi.i num- l-rr will !o rc.itly swelled whr-n the rtuont body .starts corning in next week. The three roarhfF, headed by Yost, nre already on tho ground. Yost will !o aided by Prentls JJoulap, former lullbark. v.-ho will have charge of the freshmen, squad, and "(Icnnany" Sohulz. iant all-American center, who lias b en coaching the Wisconsin line for the paj-t two years, tevo Farrell, Iralner, Is nlao back on tho Job. Nine, M men will form the nucleus f th frjuad. although the competi tion, for positlaons will r just as' Tteen for them as anybody. Itushnell and Jiughltt will be the only old backfield anen back and the making of an en tirely new backfUdd will ho Yost's greatest problem, as the line avU! 1" inoro or less left to Schulz. The de rision of Craig" not to play Is a Furious "blow to the outlook but the condition if his let? makes it imposible. for him io como out. It Is probable that little Hurdler .v ill bo groomed all winter to try for track next spring but his condition is 2iot promising. The first para, the annual struggle vith 7as, will be staged at Ann Ar bor Oct. 4. It Is Yost's thirteenth y ar of coaohlntr here, but ho says he isn't Miperstltulus. FIRST HIGH SCRIMMAGE PLEASES CAPTAIN ROWE 111;; Squad of Men Tunw Out at Lccpor lirk ami (Iocs Through Jt Pructlco. The first scrimmage of the hUh F'diool football fiiJi(l wa held Thurs day afternoon at Trooper park. The announcement that scrimmaKe was (dieduled brought out an extra large crowd of candidate, somo of whom displayed promising ability. The following men were used on the first squad and showed up to iood ad Vantage, Sullivan, right end; Wolf Hoswell. left end; C, Jlagerty and 1. llaserty, tackles; Capt. Howe and ZVlcCarty. guard; Allen, Poulin. Hart er, Scott, lally and VanDnllosch In tho "back Tine. Flanagan, A. Hondur txnt, K. KIbel, and Martin made excep tionally strong showings on tho second FQUOil. The following were used on tho cru"bs, McFIenry, leisure. 'Swintz. "William ft. Anderson, Fernandez, Gar field, Plbrel, D. Elbe!, Stanley, K. Hon lurant, 'Meyers, LlvIng3ton, and Fchoibelhut. Tho sjuad n.9 a "whole showed tip Tost and j)rospects for the season are unusually bright. "apt. Howe stated that th material was the best that has been cut since the champie-r.sh'p eleven of 1911, Several of last sea son's veterans Have not put in un ap jiearance as yet. SPORTS TO BE BOOMED AT BUSINESS COLLEGE TU-crrntions and athletics will be doomed ct tfouth Uend F.uidnes col- lego mere than ever this fall. A danc ing party Mill be given at the school probably once a week In an effort to ttimulato social relations among the pupils. A frlec club lias been organ-i i.ed over which W. K. Fartmess will net as director. A tasketbaU tram will be arranged in tlie near future and an orchestra is being made up from talent in the school. The social dancing will be-'in in about two weeks. W. F. Xitsche. social and member ship Fecrctarv of the 1 M. ( A. has invited, the school to use the gym next Wednesday nlpht for an entertain ment, A program of seven events has been arranged. The shorthand rooms will rneet the business rooms as op ponents In tho contests. The captains for the shorthand and business rooms respectively are; for the lusketball and relav race, Clinton and Grey: girls' tug of war, Pcharal arsi Swank; bovs tug of war. Kuntz and Wanshr; vollev ball. "Walters and Hammond: shuffle board. Beck and VanCatno; indoor liaseball. Ott and Poltrie. The orchestra will furnish a musical program before tho events. MUESSEL FOOTBALL LINEUP ANNOUNCED A permanent I!ne-up was arranged Thursd.v night by the Muess.M's football team for the season. The .pkiver weigh about 15 0 pounds and T.i;i be out for the city title. A num ber of the players will be recognized as men from the old Golden Glow team of last reason. Tho line-up ".follows: Joe Maklelski. left end: John Ta felskl. left end: Charles Horwatokl. left tackle; Steven Frunklewlez. left i tackle ar.d captain of the team: W. Aremdt. left guard; Y. H..rkowski. left guaTd; K. Mamiak. enter; F. :Pukrop. right guanl; V. Hanaszak. 'right tackle; V. Kivieclnski. right guard: F. Oadacz. right end: S. So bieralskl. richt end: T. Skow. -or.sk!. .quarter-back: W. Wroblewskl. right 'hnlf-bnck; S. Skowrouski. right half back and manager of the team: 1'. iioralkl. left half-back, and N. Fier rynskl. fuli-bac'u. Tho manager hopes to open the season next Sunday. The tam has an open elate for Sept. 'J'.. DEPAUVV CENTER ILL: FOOTBALL HOPES LOW nnrnxc astli:. in.:., s-pt. n. 'Tepauw hopt.s for a btor over t!'1 Indiana football team took a dided ilrop h?ro Thurrdav when it w:is learned that Filer, the Depauw c nter and th team's nmln'tny. will 1 e out of tho game btcauso of a recent at tack of tvpho'.d fever ur. l a Kid at tack of rheumatism. The placer who rlld not report for practice was found to be contined to his room. At pres ent no available man can 1. found to fill the place made vacant. ON THE GRIDIRON MARRIED FOR FEAR OF AMERICAN BEAUTIES m:amn ri;s smi kdav. The FjI.; football season will be opened lormally on Saturday when the Carlisle and AlLright b-vens meet lit arlile, ia., and 13oston college clashes witii .Maine university at Orono. M. PIU.VCITIO.N. The Frincetou coacb.es ate drilling their .men into th' us of a -modified form of tar'.;bs .:hift which has been used in other years with so much suc cc5s :v the Minnesota elevens. -A- 1 yali:. Three meml' rs of the Ya'. varsity are on the .si -1; and injured list Just now, but it is expected they will be in shape to jump into practice early next week. Pumpeliy ha.s a flight muscle bruise, Cornell has tonsil;tis ami Harbison is suffering from a shoulder Injury. DAKTMOrril. Sixty freshmen reported to the Dartmouth coach upon the opening of the school yostcrda, which brings the sjuad of candidates for the school up to SO. i:xirn:u. Richard Cleveland, son of the for mer president of the 17. .S.. is a can didate for the Fxeter school eleven. few;- - rv?'v f 1 MABEL RUNYAN RETURNS AND AFFIDAVITS OUT COKNFIX. TVie defensive work of the first Cor nell eleven has been so poor that tho j coaches are thinking of replacing at least six of the men who were placed In the tentative lineup. Capt. Munns ' serms to be the only regular showing anv real form. . v. .; - IIAHYAKI). The (?rimson coaches are trying to develop both Mahan and Hard wick in punting in an effort to find a suc cessor for Sam Felton, whose hooting last year was a great factor in Har vard's triumphs. I KN X S Yl j YAX I A. Coach George Rrooks of the Penn sylvania squad, is sending the Pennsy cadets through some tierce scrim mages. The team plays its first game with Gettysburg on the 2 7th, and Brooks is in no way satisfied with their performance of his aggregation. RAGON HAS BAD INNING AND REDS PROFIT BY IT Brooklyn Loses First of Farewell Scries 3-2 Ames Pitches Good Game. CIXCTXXATI. Sept. 19. Ragon had one bad inning and Cincinnati mado enough runs in it to win the first game of the farewell series from Brooklyn three to two. Thla wa in the sixth when Cincinnati mado half of their hit of the game and were enabled to score their three runs. Before this inning Brooklyn wnp leading, making two runs in the fourth on two doubles, a single, a sacrifice and an error. Ragon suc ceeded Rucker after the latter had pitched the first inning, and outside of his ono bad inning had the locals guessing. Ames, too, pitched good ball, and like Ragon kept the hits scattered except in one Inning. Cincinnati made their runs on Bates, and Groh's singles. Wick land's double and a single by Tinker. Brooklyn scored on Smith's two base drive, Fischer's sacrifice, an error by lloblltzell, a single by Ragon and a doublo by Cutshaw. The first game of the double-header, which was to have been played, was called off on account of the bad condition of the grounds. Hrooklvn . ...000 200 000 2 Cincinnati . ..000 003 00 3 Rueker. Ragon and Fischer; Ames and Klinp. Umpires Easoii and Brennan. tU''.: : :: . v- .4i t I t V- ; i. VistS' A IvV t.3 r v v. MM:. AXXi: DAXCUKY. XFW YORK, Sept. F. In telling of her marriage to M. Anduoin, Anne Dancrey, the noted French, beauty. who recently arrived in Xew York with her husband to fulfill a theatric al engagement, declared that the rea son she had insisted on marrying be fore sailing for America was bf cause she feared that her handsome husband might have been attract ed by the charms of some one of the thousands of American beauties she has read about and that her own lit tie romance would meet a tragic end. S 8 CITY TITLE AT STAKE SUN. The Gergacz aggregation will nient the lloosier Creams players in tho third ami final match of the scries Sunday afternoon at Springbrook when the city championship rights will be settled between ihem. Fach team has won a game from its op ponent and the meeting Sunday promises considerable excitement to local fans. The Hoosier Creams deny the report that they will bring in out side talent. ELKHART PLAYERS NAME CAPTAIN AND START IN Thomas McCoy has been elected captain of the Flkhart high school track team for the coming season. Four "E's" were awarded to cinder path men at the meeting. The letter men this year are McCoy, Jones, Cons- don and Cotton. Football prospects seem to appear bright at the vine and "white school this year. A number of new plays and a new system of signals has been started this year by Coach Guyer. FA FORTH, of the return fifteen Sarah davits Frank rfummerville, a. man. Klem is and the woman a t11 under 18 Spt. 19. As a result or .ui?s .MflOfi iiunan. year old daughter of Mrs. Runyun. lCrosse. three nifi were filed Thursday asralnst Klem. liverv stable man at LaCrosse, Benjamin Runyan. age 17, brother of the girl and Mrs. Roena former La Crosse wo charged with assault and boy with enticing years of age away for Immoral purposes. About threw weeks ago the girl dis appeared from home and the mother was unable to locate her. Tuesday night she came to this city and Wed nepday her mother found her here. The girl a!d that she had gone to Indianapolis where she stayed with an aunt or the bummervuie woman. with whom she left home. She said that when Rhe heard her mother was hunting for her she came home. However, the police say that the mother learned she was in Indian apolis and that when ehe started to go there in search of her, the Sum merville woman was notified by tele phone by some IaCrosse men. The Summervllle woman then sent the girl awny and got away herself. At Indi anapolis the waman said the place where the girl stayed bore an unsav ory reputation. The girl denied this. The act for which Klem and the girl's brother are under arrest oc curred July 20, when the boy is alleged to have enticed the girl and another girl to ti room, where they met Klem and the two girls got drunk. The preliminary hearing? have been set for Saturday. (;i:K(i.(7i FLAY St 'X DAY. The Gergacz football team is out with a challenge to any team in the city or out at in." pounds. The Oerpacz team will meet the P. X". at Bakers field Sunday afternoon at Z o'clock. For games call 911 X". St. Peter St., Stephen Frederick. Joe Birmingham is trying to cheer the Cleveland fans wlfli strong lan guage about the possibilities of win ning a pennant in 1914. MUST SET CO NOTHifvSG LL BRILL' AN CtVS f ii Ti GUY A peRSb , LOr0 GUS Tfw sroNe.ON rY 'cHKcBSTR. V.MILL. KNOlM G3vi lp IT iSMf Y3 UTTLG M ', 5 3 PUT Ttte SOME NEWS NOTES. Davles Iaundry'- Both phones. Leslie, the opticbin. 301 S. Mich. ft. Dr. Stceckley, Dentist, r.ll J. M. S Wal.-h Ar Best. Dentist. Km. ti. J.M... Rubber stamps and alphabets mad1 I HI f 1 I i GET THE HOOK ! Amateur Contest Tonight NEW COLUMBIA THEATER. FUN! FUN! FUN! AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HI Bring Back Its Gloss, Lustre, Charm and Get Rid of Dandruff. PURDUE AND INDIANA EACH HAVE AN 0LIPHANT NOW With John at Purdue and Gln at Indiana, there threatens to he trouble in the Oliphant household at Linton, lnd. The younger brother, (Ren. ar rived at Bloomlnjfton Thursday. He Is entering the unlvers.ty this year as freshman and will not be eligible for any of the varsity teams. Like his brother, he is a stocky, li?ht-halrd lad and an all-round ath lete. He is expected to be one the sensations of the freshman teams this year. B. Y. P. U. ELECTS OFFICERS Russell Jontz was elected presi dent of the B. Y. V. U. of the First Baptist church. Sadie Kopf. secre tary; Donald Lee, treasurer; Wallace Davis, corresponding secretary and committee chairman, appointed at a meeting Ht the residence uf Mrs. Xellie White. 4 10 V. Xavarre st . Wednesday nitht. The chairman of the committees that were appointed were: Devotional. IWothy Chard: social service. Marie Myrrs; social. Mrs. Xellie White: finunce, Ro.coe Hart; entertainment, Kleanor Butz bach; flowers. Agnes White; music. Alice Hckler; membership, Florence Butzbach, antl pianist. C. S. Stevens. Parents know henv children abhor bad tasting medicine. 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After he had purchased his goods and paid us $172.35, he frankly told us, "I have actually made a little over $150.00 by coming over to this sale, for what I have bought would have cost me $327.00 at my home town." 4 YOUNG MAN You Can Bo the Same Thin IF YOU DOUBT OUR WORD Go to other stores, get the best cash prices you can possibly get, consult the mail order books where you pay cash in advance, and trust to luck, or if you have a friend who sells furniture at wholesale, ask him. Get posted before you come, so you will know a bargain when you see it, then if you are in the market to buy, you will not hesitate one minute. FURNITURE GIVEN AWAY To every customer buying an outfit of $200 or more we will give a handsome dining table choice of sev eral patterns worth up to $36.00. To every customer who buys a dresser and chiffonier we will give them a bed absolutely free. To every customer who buys a brass bed we will give a good felt mattress. 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