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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
FRIDAY, SCTTirMunn 19, 1913
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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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. Youngsters not
only need not be coaxed to tako Hol
liider's Rocky Mountain Tea. but they
really like it, it's so sweet and palat
able. Surely the hest remedy known
for children's ailments. Purely vege
table; cannot harm rhe most delicate.
Coonley Drug .Store. Advt.'
Ayer's Sarsapar ilia
Oldest, Safes!, Stronger. !kst.
StandarJ fimily medicine.
No alcohol. ScU for GO years.
Ask Your Doctor.
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F..U: Hardy, v.-ho has been In ?ig;
naw. Mi h.. f"r i:,.e tini. f-iri:'
home for a :it, with Miotro r,
Mrs. Mary Hsrdy.
Seyr ral from hr r atten I t!i
fair at Bremen, Thursday.
Mrs. Georee Folk of rrir I.n
ille. y, Tuesday eeni:.g
after an ilhurs of about t" -.-eek-.
1'uneral will be held from the r' -df
nee l'rida'. at F a. la. B ;rial w ill
be in Bowman cemetr;-.
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beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy,
wavy and free from dandruff is mere
ly a matter of using a little Dander
Ine. It is easy and inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just
get a 2o cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine now ull drug stores rec
ommend it apply a little as directed,
and within ten minutes there will he
an Appearance of abundance; fresh
ness, fluffiness and an incomparable
gloss and lustre, and try as you will
you ce.nnot find a trace of dandruff or
falling hair; but your real surprise
will le after about two weeks' use,
when you see new hair fine and
downy at first yes but really new
hair sprouting out all over jour
4-calp Danderine is, we believe, tho
only sure hair grower; destroyer of
dandruff and cure for itchy scalp and
it never fails to stop falling hair at
once.
to prove how pretty
hair really is. moisten
little Danderine and
it through your hair
strand at a time,
soft, r lossy and
If you want
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Your hair will be
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Ever Known in the History of ReadytoWear Clothes
THE BIG EASTERN MILLS, SCARED BY TARIFF TALK, ( UNLOADED ALL THEIR FIN
EST CLOTH AT A GREAT CASH SACRIFICE. OUR MONEY TALKED, AND WE BOUGHT
UP EVERY YARD OF THEIR VERY BEST PATTERNS. OUR LARGE NEW YORK FACTORY
AND EXPERT DESIGNERS DID THE REST.
COME TO OUR WHOLE
SALE STORE BEFORE YOU
BUY. SEE THESE CLASSY
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
AND BE CONVINCED, THAT
WE SAVE YOU THE MID
DLEMAN'S PROFIT OF SS
TO S 1 0.
WE'LL SHOW YOU WHAT
MASTER CLOTHES MAK
ERS CAN DO IN STYLE AND
WORKMANSHIP.
YOU CAN FIND EVERY
LATEST PATTERN A N D
PERFECT FITTING SIZES
POSITIVELY GUARA N T E E
EVERY GARMENT.
ALL WOOL TROUSERS $2
AND $3.
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204 S. Mich. St.
SOUTH BEND STORE
204 S. Mich. .St
THIS IS THE FACTORY PRICE AND YOU'LL FIND THEM REAL S4 AND $6 VALUES.
IT WILL PAY YO TO COME TO THE WHOLESALE STORE.
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FACTORY AND GENERAL OFFICES 61 EAST 11TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
F. W. HAINES ' MANAGER SOUTH BEND BRANCH.
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How much furniture can you use? Thousands of dollars worth of elegant furniture
that will make your home beautiful and comfortable is still here awaiting your inspection.
ABOUT THE PRIG
It's not a question of real worth to us. It would be foolish for us to expect to close out this business in a
short time, unless we make prices that seem almost too rediculous to be true. But it's our determination to quit,
no matter how much we lose.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To buy now for future use many have already done so, after figuring up how much could be saved on their
outfit One customer from over at Elkhart had partly bargained for his furniture to go to housekeeping, heard
of this sale and came over to investigate. 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."
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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.
REMEMBER You not only get your goods for half what they are worth, but in addition you get these
things absolutely free. Don't fail to be on hand Friday and Saturday.
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