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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Football Fans Anxiously eports of D HOOSIEHS WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO WITH IT? By Goldberg TCfOIIT I u III I IL! South Bend Fans Are Showing t Great Interest in Outcome of! Notre Dame-Yale Contest atj New Haven. - ! Notre Dame-Yale Contest Most Vital on Eastern Gridiron But Purdue-Wisconsin Will be Most Interesting in West. s.Tiiti.v, orrounn it, m Watch for R i ale-Noire am HP OfiTIT GAMES ARE IN PROGRESS 03 - ilLiUR 1 1. ;'r the Yah ('Mi; : f !! noon. tii K"hi; ji ngb 1 -s i i t i n g r - i"-rts of the important eontliet. (..a h Harper's men. jmiu'ir: from the mn-j ey that lias be n stak d on them.' l.ae t!u cor.tider.ee of the South I Uf,nil fans who are pulling uitii all their miuht for a victory to the ered it of the Ho5r l' n. The students at' Notre F i m are r i ing reports of the ani by a sperial wire direct from th X lia;( !i gridiron. K ry phiy comes to the gwnnasium at the un i rity uhere h M 1 1 I reds of stnd'-nts arc col I'l !!. listening to the story of the game as it ticks over the wires. Fol lowers of the team in South Fend arc collecting about the tickers ami newspaper oiliccs reading tlie results of th- quarters as they arc reported. Football experts throughout the country haw hecn living the western ers the benefit of the doubt Tf 'ga id i n g the result of the Yale contest toda'y nnd Xotre Dam.- will more than give the eastern eleven a I . t T 1 1 according t the reports. The Mooters play better away from home and. left do t nniried to rout tlie Kli's from their position. J'.Ut one factor the west erners must overcome today is the support of about L'e.uno Vale enthu siasts who will he in the stand.-. Hut tli- defeat of the arm', last war has -'hen the gold and blue confidence while, their style of open play is ex pected to whip the Yale crew. Much Interest. All Interest in sport did not die nith the departure of the football team for the Yale game, as spirited meetings of rooters wa re held every evening in the various halls to pre pare for other contests, and the recep tion of the team when they arrive in .:iuth Fend Monday. The meetings' are preceded by speeches from tile various. rooters. Last night one of the speakers called attention to the fact that the eyes of the whole country .vere being focused upon Notre Dame and its team. lie drew attention to the fact that really it was no use to a member of the so called bit; nine, when you v.ero already considered the biir on. Another rooter was a "dopester" and had it all figured out. Harvard was to trim Michigan, Yale was to trim Harvard, and Notre Dame was to trim Vale In today's game, and thus ( inch the bunting." L.:ch of the halls have an individ ual cheer leader and a number of now .-ones and yells are being practiced dailv. The next athletic contest will FOR r STyleplustf7 Clothas w jHOMEOF GOOD CLOTHES CaSTCEO, "MGR. when yoti :iro sxtri to Car. Micliinn and Wiishlngton Sts. iRe 2-ejiiil' of Lr&jymd and BOTH PONS The With ry fooibni; i n.iiiilry watching a u io i.-h outcome of the .otre Dune t. st at Ne ,v I!;uhi this nth Ibml s;ijjhi iff- of .-in. I blue are lingering t. lets anil ahxiouslv :r I AS A X ADL , R C 5 'J oJt BEER S PANELING tB- W prove to le a lively affair according to til" leaders. To Open Season. St. Joe and Sorin hall teams are set for the opening of the inter-hall football season at Notre Dame to day. The teams -ave been put through hard signal drills this week and are rounding into shape. Uoth halls are represented by fast teams ami an in terest us' battle is looked for when they Ket together. The winner of the inter-hall series this year will not only receive the ban ner that K'oes to the victor, but they will receive in addition the silver mounted football which has been put up by George F. Hull and Michael F. Calnon. two well known -sTouth Bend business men. who are deeply inter ested in athletics at Notre Dame. As usual, the inter-hall games will result in much interest anions the stu dent body. The contests are gener ally fast and interesting and bring out good football. SIGNAL DK1LL. NHW HAYKN, Conn.. Oct. IT. The Noire Dame eleven which will face the Kh's Saturday arrived Friday in time to get some indoor signal prac tice in the Yale football cage. The visitors are quartered at the Hotel Taft. Coach Harper said Friday ni'ht he looked for a close game Respite the fact that the muddy Held would greatly handicap his boys in their specialty the forward pass. The Notre Dame team as an nounced last night will consist of El ward, left end; Jones (capt.). left tackle; Keefe, left uard; Fitzgerald, i enter; liackman, right guard; Iith rop. right tackle; Mills. right end. Cofall will run the team from quarter and the back field includes Finegan; l'liska and Hichenlaub. Coach Harper reported all his men in first class condition, although Fullback Fichenlaub. Cluard llaeh man and Tackle Iithrop have been recently laid up with injuries and have had little practice. They will all start the ame Saturday however. The team, owing to the drenching rain, practiced at the Vale gymnasi um Friday afternoon, running through signals and polishing up on pome of the open plavs which are expected to give Vale a close rub Saturday. The biggest crowd of the season is expect ed to witness the game today. l."..0iMi seats in the Yale stand being reserved. SOME NEWS NOTES. Dtvies iiundy. Bo'h phones. Dr. Stoeckby, dentist. r 1 1 J. M. 3. Dr. Lucas. Dentist. J. M. S. Mdg. Advt. MELLOW cRaraceir in fi2or ozi 2 a aoiii. Muess el Brewing Co. C i'fi 5jS s He SjC ffi 5jS FOOTBALL GAMES SCHEDULED TODAY J v V V y Pfi - vi:st. 'hicagn vs. Iowa at Stagg field. Wisconsin vs. Purdue at Madison. Illinois vs. hio State at Frbana. Indiana vs. Northwestern at IJloom ington. Minnesota vs. South Dakota at Minneapolis. .Michigan vs. Michigan Aggies at Lansing. Nebraska vs. Kansas Ags;ies at Manhattan. Knox vs. Parsons at Fairfield. Marquette vs. I3eloit at Milwaukee. Wooster vs. Oberlln at "YVooster. Olivet vs. Detroit at Olivet. , Cincinnati vs. Kenyon at Cincinnati. Oklahoma vs. Missouri at Okla homa. Oregon vs. Washington at Portland. Wabash vs. Hose Polv at Crawfords ville. ' Western Ileserve vs. Mt. Union at Cleveland. Coe vs. Simpson at Tndianola. Iake Forest vs. DePauw at Lake Forest. Earlham vs. Butler at Indianapolis. Heidelburg vs. Wittenberg at Tiftin. Kalamazoo vs. Hillsdale at Kala mazoo. Illinois Wesleyan vs. Lombard at Iiloomington, 111. Lawrence vs. Carroll at Appleton. Ohio vs. Dennison at Granville. Ohio Wesleyan vs. Case at Dela ware MAST. Yale vs. Notre Dame at New Haven. Harvard vs. Tufts at Cambridge. Cornell vs. Bucknell at Ithaca. Princeton vs. Lafayette at, Prince ton. Navy vs. Pennsylvania at Annapolis. Dartmouth vs. Vermont at Hanover. Amherst vs. Trinity at Amherst. Pittsburg vs. Carlisle at Pittsburg. Army vs. Colgate Tech at fc'outh lU'thlehem. Penn State vs. Ursinus at State Col lege. Suarthmore vs. Franklin and Mar shall at Lancaster. Syracuse vs. Rochester at Syracuse. Union vs. Stevens at Hoboken. Maine vs. Norwich at Orono. Washington and JcftVrson vs. West minster at Washington. i'a. Williams vs. Springfield Y. at Williamstovvn. SOUTH. Arkansas vs. St. Louis at M. C. A. Favette- ville. Louisville vs. Tennessee at Louis ville. Texns vs. Kice Institute at Austin. University of South vs. Chattanooga at Sewanee. Mississippi vs. Iouisiana at Baton Uoage. Maylor vs. Trinity at Dallas. VETERANS NOT USED IN FINAL PRACTICE Harvard Coaclies IVar lloulars Might lio Injuml and U-o Substltllt'S. CAM Bill I MH-:. M;ss.. net. 17. Fear of further crippling the Harvard team by accidents led the coaches to exclude every first string men from the line-up Friday. The held was extremely heavy and the final scrim mage for Saturday's game against Tufts was dispensed with. Mahan, LoVan and Hardwick wfre ion tlie traciv i r;ua in war logs auu may be in the Tufts game for a short periml. but it is admitted that every substitute who has shown ability will be given a tryoiit to save the veter ans as much as possible. Swigert will play at quarter and McKinby will be started in the fall back position. Pliocnlx Hoe for Men and Women ADLER BROTHERS On Michigan and Washington Since 1SRI. MAXW MLIi and HKIllT RItOOKS I.'NCOLN HIGHWAY GARAGU 517 MICHIGAN AV. T. W. NIK ART BOJi 3111. HOMM R2Rf. BOWLING SCORES WALTIIEIl LMAtiUM. Neversweats V. Hans 117 Krause 14S Nave 1 41 U K. Hans 7r2 Averag: DJl! Handicap 0:: lo7 139 413 152 172 402 201 122 4G4 170 172 491 170 174 520 92 92 276 952 871 2735 151 141 425 123 147 383 133 122 342 112 116 375 170 157 550 190 190 570 S79 S73 2045 LUAC.UM. 154 131 444 115 14S 380 99 S4 280 190 162 482 151 107 374 195 195 585 904 S27 2551 110 166 414 152 117 416 150 139 415 130 142 409 100 144 4 49 19S 19S 594 912 906 2097 Tttal . . . Kamblers .812 113 S7 147 Darr . . Oau Beyers . Germann Wirth . Handicap Total STUDMBAKi:U HUBS W. K. Stud'tKker W. II. Stud'baker Sam Gentle .... Hobbs Ljdecker Handicap .... 15fJ 123 i)7 130 116 115 Totals S20 BOLSTE1LS Shambleau 13S Gingrich . ; 147 Geyer A. Bick . . , Thurn .... Handicap 11' 6 131 131) m 879 Totals ULKS' LMAGUM. TFLTH- Barnes 101 89 137 407 Mull 114 132 97 343 Feaser 106 113 132 351 Mangold Ill 91 102 304 Parker 132 120 110 362 Handicap 325 225 325 975 Totals 949 870 923 2680 ("HARMS , ' Neenan 12 3 153 107 399; Longshore 120 111 123 300' Cinimennan ... 150 136 1 18 410 Spohnholz 16S 137 177 472 McCartv 1U 144 137 441 Handicap 202 202 202 786 1 Totals lull 943 924 2778 ANTLUKS LMAGUM TOASTS Herd man IS 4 152 153 4 39 Keed 13 7 135 145 417 Klbel 190 13N 15s 4 92 Sehnelle 177 102 109 50 H auffman 115 1 30 161 4 42 Handicap .... 15S 15s 15s 474 Totals 947 Ssi 944 2772 TUSKS Coldv 139 102 130 377 Flint S5 157 1 29 371 Mountain 1 40 145 137 4 2n Binder 110 10 1 14f, 305 Suppy 107 151, 1 19 437 -Handicap .... 257 257 2B7 771 Totals 91 0 916 923 2749 uum:it.i i.ma;um. TAILS Wallis 157 125 13 405 Noggle 10S 109 150 512 Witmer 15s 190 KU 47S NaftZKt-r 147 li2- 103 472 Hennings 1S2 174 177 533 Handicap .... loO 1"0 16 31 S Total 91S 9 10 915 2779 FFDKBALS Vankirk 135 159 174 10s Be-berger 152 12 105 4 99 Unpledrum .... 2i:; 12 514 Wolf 1 43 1 45 102 4 50 Beebe 19 1 192 101 54 7 Handicap .... 05 T, 19." Totals V.2 SO:'. 9 IS 2071 U. A. U. LUAGUi (TBS Haeske ir. ; iv i-"; b:j i:;i 131 le.. :,;-2 :-j ir,h 22 :::o loo n:i i s 4"1 1 1 1 12 ' o i MS '.in 7 4 1 vo S 1" -4 "4 1 1 7 1 4 S7 151 157 K.o 192 140 14S ' 1 4 7 1." 1 161 4i7 170 US 157 4 75 to 4 0 4 0 12 S05 S22 7S4 2411 Fox Hibberd Harlin Adbr 1 landicap Totals i A. C S. B. Bobinsuii Camp be-11 Moredock Schneider Holland I landicap Totals S05 S2'2 7S4 L'411 Rubber Stamps and Alphabets made by H. A. rershins. -03 K. Wavne st. Advt. PRINCETON TEAM GETS STIFF PRACTICE IVarcti That Open Style of Play To day Will Bo HnndlaipiKxl By Muddy Field. PBTNCKTON, N. J., Oct. 17. Tho Tigers were put through a long sig nal practice Friday afternoon in spite of the torrent of rain. There is no doubt of the fact that Princeton s open style gamo will be greatly handicap ped by the wet field and slippery ball in the game with Lafayette Saturday. The coaches have foreseen the pos sibility of such unfavorable weather and several times in the past week have had the men use a muddy, soak ed ball in the scrimmages. Law was kept busy Friday punting the heavy wet pigskin with some good results. The problem of a man for quarter back was settled temporarily at least by the announcement that Boland will start the grime at that position. This leaves Law at full, the position for which he is best fitted. THREE BRIDES WITH L Joe Bush, John Henry and Geo. Burns Start Honeymoon Trip With Ail-Star Nines. CHICAGO, Oct. 17. Then; arc three brides with the all star baseball teams which left this morning for Milwaukee, where the first game on the tour of the west and Honolulu will be played today. The athletes who are making a honeymoon trip out of the tour are Joe Bush, Philadelphia American league pitcher: John Henry, of the Washington team, and George Burns of the Giants. The makeup of the teams fellows: National league Pitchers, Alexan der, Philadelphia; Tesreau, New York; Vaughn, Chicago; James, Boston. Catchers, Clark, Cincinnati; Killifer, Philadelphia. Inilelders, Snodgrass, New York; Miller, St. Louis; Fletcher, New York; Byrne, Philadelphia. Out fielders. Carey. Pittsburg; Dolan. St. Louis; Burns, New York. American league Pitchers, Bush, Philadelphia; Cole. New York; James, St. Louis; Mitchell, St. Louis. Catch 'ers. Henry, Washington; Thomas and McAvoy. Philadelphia. Infielders, Hoblitzell. Boston; Boone, New York; Chapman. Cleveland; Moriarty, De troit. . Outfielders. Lewis, Boston; Walsh, Philadelphia; Murphy, Phila delphia. NOT ENOUGH FOR BRITT0N Jack ies .House (nice Over TIm'h Become 111. and NEW YORK, Oct. 17. Jack Brit ton looked over the house at the Um pire A. C. Friday night and not see ing enough dough in sight became vi olently ill. That threw the star bout between I lurry Stone and him Into the ash can. The club lived up to its rep utation handsomely by giving a free show. The poor public that came out in the rain was buncoed, however, to a slicht extent. MAY NOT STAGE RACES Lexington Track 1 Treated to other Downpour. An- LKXINGTO.V. Ky.. Oct. 17. After a fair day which dried the local track out to s-urh an' extent that racing Saturday was practically assured, a rain acain fell Frida.v nitjht and the prospects for completing the program Saturday ire slim. In the event that racintc Saturday is not possible all -vents with the exception of th? trot tein?: and pacing divisions of the championship stallion stake will be declared off. MIGHT GOOD DBWV. S N FBANCISCO. Oct. 17. Mil burn Savior of Indianapolis and Eddie ' Mov of Philadelphia, lightweights ) fMicht 20 rounds to a draw Friday night. TOUR G BAL rows u Lil D LAYING IT PARK Grounds at Springbrook in Bet ter Condition for Fray With Wolverines Than Week Ago When Gary Met Locals. Playing on a better conditioned field than that when Gary gave them such a hard battle last Saturday, South Bend started off in good fashion against St. Joseph hih this after noon at Springbrook park. The vis itors are as heavy as the locals and promise to give them a battle royal, having in mind the defeats of past seasons. St. Joseph proved rather soft for the heavy locals last year, but a dif ferent team is looked for this season. Coach Whitehead has heen supplant ed by Coach Berry, while nearly all the old men remained over this year. With the added year's experience the team should prove a tartar. It is possible that the locals will have one of last year's veterans out for the team In a few days. Marston ltowe, captain of l.ist year's squad, who has been in California for over six months, has returned home, and is considering entering school. He has only had three and a half years of athletics, and would be eligible for the football squad. He quit school before the close of the school year last summer and did not graduate. Local fans would welcome his return to the gridiron, as it would give the team the service of a most valuable man, Rowe having played for two years on the squad. The second team may get a game with the Cassopolis team at Cassop- olis today, according to an announce ment by Coach Metzler last night. Metzler said that he had written the Michigan school and they answered that they would let him know later. Until a late hour last night thev had not communicated with Metzler and ' h he will call them this morning. The seconds will not leave for Cassopolis until 12:15, giving them plenty of time to ascertain whether or not the game will be played. About 20 men were used by Coach Metzler during the signal workout last night. Should the visitors turn out to be "soft" most of these men will be given a chance. Capt. Whiteman will start at cen ter, with Libel and Nelson at guards, while Hagerty and Stanley will work at tackles. Sullivan, Rosvvell, Meyers and Scheiblehut will see duty at end, with Fernandez and Anderson per forming at quarter. Anderson ran the first team in good style last night and it would not be surprising to see him work a good share of the game. Wolf and Scott will start the contest at halves, with Iwer ready for dii(y -it any minlte. Garrield and Roswell will alternate at full back. Substitute linemen who have a good char.ee of getting into the game are Handy, Eckman and Edwards. PLAY CULVER TODAY Notre Dame I-Yolimon An Hard Battle. KxK-cting The, Notre Dame freshman team left South Bend this morning for Culver. The lineup that will start the game against the Culver lads this aft ernoon is. Ryan, le; Murphy, rt: Jones, rg; Callahan, c; Franz, lg; Molnerny, It; Wolf, le; Matthews, qb; Whalen, rh: Redwisky. fb: Miller, lh. The substitutes are Spauldinr, De gree, noiiman. McManon. Donas, Fitzgerald. Lituphhaimh, Jones, Phe- .i u n r . .i "Marty Henihan ill direct the team in the absence of Coach Gargan who accompanied the varsitv or; the; eastern trip. Henihan's lads are going well prepared for a stiff battle for the Culver lads put up a strong game against lirownson hall last Saturday. "Quality First," Mr. Moxiey said when he started to thurn Butterine some thirty years ago. It is The Mo ley Quality today that keeps his churnery humming to the tune f millions f fonnds annually. Ask ,your grocer today "Moxiey Special." Advt. Chicago. Oct. 17. The most im portant football game todav for th 'east and wist alike is the Notre 1 Dame-Yale contest at NYw Haven If Notre Dame should win. the Indiana school will lay claim to the American championship. Experts concede that the Hoosier eleven has a chance on a dry held. Forward passes ami other formation of the most open variety will he tailed into commission by Notre Dame, and unless Vale displays a stubborn de fense victory will rest with the west ern team when the rinal whittle blows. Although Michigan is to me, t Har vard at Cambridge on Oct. :;i in an other game of intcrseetional import ance, the result of today's battle at New Haven will have a bearing on the national title and the relative merits of eastern and western foot ball. Purdue at Madixm. Eyes of western enthusiasts will b focused on Madisn. vhere Purdue and Wisconsin, two undefeated con ference elevens, will clash in one of the most important mid-season struggles of the western organization. Last vcar these teams placed a 7 to 7 tie at Lafayette and the game was one of the most bitterly fought of the big nine season. Although both elevens have been Weakened by tho loss of various players, today's game should be just as bitterly fought as last season's battle. At Stagg field the Iowa team wiU give Chicago university a hard tight. The Maroons on past records and form, however, outrank them. Northwestern will give battle to In diana in another game of interest which will not have any bearing on the conference title. P.oth teams have been defeated this year. Illinois will go into action against Ohio State at T'rbana in a game which the orange and blue oleven must win to still be a contender for the con ference title. South Dakota Plaj. 'isouth Dakota will be Minnesota's opponent at. Minneapolis in a gamo which should give the Cophcrs a hard test in preparation for their game with Illinois cm Oct. HI. Coach Yost will take his aggre gation to Lansit.g to meet the Michi gan Aggies in a struggle which should show the offensive and defensive strength of the team which will carry the standard of western football against Harvard, the eastern cham pion, on Oct. .11. The Aggies won from Michigan and Wisconsin last year and they are nearly as strong this season. In the east Harvard will clash with Tufts at Cambridge. Dartmouth will meet Permont at Hanover. Pittsburg will play the Carlisle Indians at Pitts burg. The navy will meet Pennsyl vania at Annapolis ami Cornell will entertain Bucknell at Ithaca. Notes of Boxers NEW sidy, a Johnny YORK, Oct 17. Bull Cas local lightweight, outpointed Mnran in 10 rounds Friday night. , Battling Champ, a local lightweight, defeated George Volk of the United States navy in 10 rounds. Ilarrv Greddie of Port Chester, knocked out Burt Papp of Newark in the fourth round. Willie Doyle and Frankie Callahan fought a 10-round draw. A. 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