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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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"imo Metre Dame Lads Score Lone
Tally in Second Period
Laird's Kicking Feature of
Walsh hall proved itself unequal to
task of defeating the Fort Wayne
a ti 1! 1 i e r. r 1 1 t ( 1 I
. play l.y play. I-'iiais at Fort Wayne Thursday after
4-ut 'iirsts of ; the soeedv I-'riar eleven takin
tro Dame team by a. score iu
. The only Walsh hall touch
down ianie in the second period on a
forward pass. Iiird's brilliant kiek-in-4
for the Fort Wayne a.4rei,'ation
cliriiin and at interval.-, the stu-
tb-nt:: Mined in uivir.tr the yells of tho
tehool. f - 1 to
Local fans figure that .Notre Da inc.
has th' real dop- rm Michigan as a
result of the k'old and '''lie victory
je-terday. Mit hiaa 'vas defeated by
Syrani.n', l'o to antl the Iloo:,krs
t'trii'd around and walloped the t ast
ern rs by the same jlor.'.
According to reports tb.e Notre
D une eleven phued briUiant foothall
iind the men who played their last
i-ame for the sv bod displayed their
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,nv team in the wet and nta-v de- i rlsh' Murph
-tare that despite the defeat at the J
hands of ale and West iVint. ll..M-'u'nz
!..er)1 :iri well nt altlcllU t lu l-adel'S I
ni the ountry. Shauy.hnessy . . . . . .
Tim fa raj were delighted v.hcn Notre j (enter.
I'ame scored its 1 i 1 -1 t.Mehdo n. luit Jones, Hartley. MeC.mre.
.he were eon-ider:; My disma: . . d ! Kiuht (Juard
..hen .'b.e h avv Svia, use eleell held i D Htwcll, Welsh
Ibe lloosiers oti the two yard line!
. iter. Two touchdowns then -ave the j IIan
fans preat cause for ei, erinr and ,
.vhen Notre Dime held yraerse on 1 IPash
of the features
i.t the Friar fa lback lioof.ni: a
b :.-.:titi!l ."at vard droi kick in the
! lirst period for the initial tally of the
The two teams limnl up as follows:
j WnKh (7). l riars (21).
.;p from tin
vard line, a miuhty yi-ll
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of the Notre Iame fan: 1
.ill now be turned to the s 'ieetlon of;
Ml-Ameriean and Ali-Wes:ern teams.!
The rooters fet 1 that the loe.il se'.a ol
n'.;t be pieii eons. a ration w ine
-election of ir.cn to fill tb.e places, on
die All-American team and they are
ronfident thai Notre Dame will be
rons'.ieuous in the representative All-i
W estern ie en.
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Cornell. i'4; i'cnnsylvania. 12.
Uuters, ; New York university,
Drown. 20; Carlisle. 14.
Notre Dame. 2 0: Syracuse. 0.
Villa Nova, 7; Fordham, U.
Holy Cross. 7; Vermont, 0.
Lafayette, 50; Dickinson, 7.
Washington and Jefferson, 34;
Ct ecrpetown, 12; Clallaudet. 7.
Pittsburgh. i:5; Penn kStato.
Virginia, 0; North Carolina, 3.
Sewancc 14; Vanderhilt i:t.
CJoorgia Tech 2D Clemson 6.
Aggies 9; Alabama 0.
Tennessee 1':;; Kentucky State 6.
South Carolina 7; Citadel 6.
Tulane 0; Louisiana u.
Virginia Poly ;i; Virginia Military
Florida 14; Mercer 0.
Texas Aggies 14; Mississippi 7.
Southwestern 7; Daylor 6.
Drury 2S: Arkansas 7.
Oklahoma Aggies 7; Colorado Ag
Chattanooga f.l; Cumberland 7.
Newbury 1"; Wofford 7.
Transylvania 3."; Central univcrsltv
Hnancko college 19; Hampden .Syd
Davidson 7; Wake Forest .
Maryvillo 20; Furman 11.
Texas 31; Wabash 0.
NEW RtlAG REGOHD
IDE 8! POLLEN
Covers 301 Miles in Three
Hours and 26 Minutes
Average Better Than Any
Made at Indianapolis.
LANGF0RD HANDS WILLS
SLEEP WALLOP IN 14th
Xow Orleans Sen Is Sam. to IToor
Twice in Iuly lionnds Hut is no
.Match for Negro's SiieeiJ.
ROBINS STILL WITH US
re Seen at Notiv Danie
SHERIFF ACTS AS HOST
This i the tir-t time in the p
.-tars that the re' a s have sr iyi
his lae in the winter. i:rh
honsus. tlie editor of the- y: !...' 1
Naturalist. tatetl the; h h es .seen nv j
obin.s eiy :i:ornin d'-rin this cobi j
r, 11 getting water : rem .; ; ; ring. I!a '
-ates that thN i; er ane -'al e pt !
a here there are fores ;s a.::d ;
'enty of f- b T!ii- ertei;.!y an
at Hotel DeSwaUson
w. re enu-rtainiMl by Landlord Swan
son with a line Thanksgiving dinner
yestenkn. The menu contained
. : el'.it ken. eia n berries and all the ret
Prinking j ,,t t,,4 tn;ni.s t;Klt to ni;tke up a
nai i 2-a: Ksyn ing dinner. Mr. Swari
s. n tdaed t!e p.iri of host to per
flation, ali his giusts having all they
t" aid eat. Although a tine time was
evjeyed. n r.e of those present ex-pres.-ed
"t hemelver as wishing to dine
at the "bote 1" next Thanksgiving.
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Ir.depemients claim a victory
lover tnc I. . s m their football game
! of Thanksgiving day. declaring that
j th.e seore was (" t v. In. winning the
. g.ime the Independents state they have
; c'aini upon the lightweigiit champion
i sh.ip of th.e city.
DLW CvD. Plans are being consid
ered bv the It n h ints and Manufae-
f:r X club here for a movement to
i have M-dtv n county div ided, creating
countv with Dlwood as th
an lieounty seat. Atttuneys. business men
tilled ! anal property owners are indorsing the
HE quality o the
cloth makes possible
the satin laundry finish
heretofore found only
in the verv hirchect
2 for 2,
Civf-rr. rt kcoi.r . Cj.. .'sc.Tict. N t.
XI Arrt cMi kur ;ei art
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y II. M. Walker.
LOS AXGDLES, Nov. H Turn a
hungry wild cat in the ring with th
same Dangford and give us a bet on
the darky. Write your own ticket.
Asking no quarter and giving none.
handicapped by a lamed ankle an 1
shouldering a storm of foul lighting,
the "old black watchman" of the
heavyweight rdvislon knocked out
Harry Wills in the 1 4th round.
It was one. if not the most, des--perate
ring encounters of Iingford's
long and remaarkable career. Twice
Sam was righthanded for clean
knockdowns in the very lirst round.
Another again in the second lie was
sent crashing to the canvas. So
groggy that he could not locate his
own corner. Langford then began an
uphill light against a young giant wh
had every natural advantage, youth,
height, weight and rtach. in his favor.
And in the end the veteran outgamed.
outgeneraled and outfought his man.
Sammy' may be a bit broad of girth
and slow on his fet t. hut that "obi
fighting heart" still heats on like the
purr of a new motor.
Two left hand blows to the ell' 1
done for Wills. Daily in the 1 Uh
Sam caught his man with a left swing
; s the boxers were in mid-ring. Wills
staggered back and from the way his;
h ng lean legs bent under him and i
his heavy head sagged to his chest.
it could be seen that the New rleir.s
boxer was hurt. Danther-like Sam!
followed Wills toward the hitter's own
corner. Another left to the jaw and
Harry began to sink like a lloundered
ship. His body grazed the latter tope
in falling and he stretched out at full
length with his kinky head across, th"
Wills' eyes were wide open and h
knew all that was going on. but h
made no effort to get up while the
ieferee was counting off the 10 sec
LOS ANGDLD, Calif.. Nov. 27.
Ddwin Dullen is the new internation
al road and speedway champion. He
shattered all road records and Amer
ican speedway marks Thursday when
he drove to Irilliant victory in the
$1LV00 Corona contest. His time for
the ::01 miles was :i hours, minutes
and two seconds.
With the same Mercer, No. 4, in
which he won the grand prize at San
ta Monica last spring, I'ullen raised
the world's road race record
from Ts.SJ miles an hour average to
M.5. And his Sti.o average is nearly
lour miles higher than that made over
the specially built speedway at Indi
anapolis with the best of the world's
drivers at the wheels of the worlds
best ears. One hundred thousand
people witnessed the races.
It was a day of records. The first
cars to finish exceeds the old mark
of 7S.S2 which had stood untouched
since Teddy Tetzlaff's desperate drive
at .anta Monica, more than two years
Driving like a whirlwind through
the latter part of the race, Dd o'Don
nell in a Deusenberg, came from the
rear and captured second place three
minutes and D? seconds behind the
victor. This time, :', hours. 29 min
utes and IS seconds for the :!0l miles
gave o'Donncll an average speed of
Then came Harney Oldlield. I lis
time was ;i hours, 2'J minutes and "s
seconds, a total average of S.".." miles
Dalph DeDalma. through a desper
ate finish in which he gained two full
laps in the last nine circuits of the
mile course, rode into fourth
place with o hours, :;i minutes and 51
seconds as his time, an average of S"
miles an hour.
Then came- Huntley Gordon in his
Special. His time was hours. 4S
minutes and 2I seconds, a total aver
age of 7. miles an hour.
William Carlson, in a Maxwell,
finished sixth with ". hours, :2 min
utes and pi seconds as his time.
Louis Nikrent. in a Mercer, finished
next. The only other car running at
that time was the Marmon of A. A.
Caldwell, hut it was far hack.
HIGH TEAM LOSES
TWENTY TO IfliE
Locals Tired Out From Journey
and Are Unable to Show
Needed Punch Are
After Return Contest.
Special to The News-Times.
FINDLAY, O., Nov. 2 7. Stepping
practically from thf train to the grid
iron after their long ride from South
Dend, the high school players from
the Hoosier city found the strain too
great to bear and were defeated by
the Findlay eleven hy a 20 to 0 score.
Although the Benders succeeded in
gaining more ground than the Buck
eyes, they were unable to put tho
light into the pinches.
Coach Metzler attributed the de
feat of his team to the fact that the
tiresome ride from South Dend had
left them untit for the battle and
hopes to complete arrangements for
a second game with the Kindlay ele
ven Saturday afternoon. Findlay put up
a pretty exhibition in its tight against
the Hoosiev.. There was considerable
open play in the game, but the South
Dend eleven was unable to show
light when needed.
Houseman, Itoutzon and Herge did
the scoring for the Findlay eleven.
Both teams are hoping for a second
c lash here Saturday in order that the
strength of the two teams may be
better tested. The teams lined up as
I'indlay (20) South Bend (O)X
Needles .- Hagerty
C. A. C.
c a. c. li:a(.ui
S. B. Kobinson .. 212 1P.S 190 T40
Campbell ...... 1H6 ISO 231 a67
Moredock DrC 12S 146 4 30
Cover 16G 1.14 200 500
Schneider IGC 181 DU 533
Handicap 4 4 4 4 4 4 132
Totals 897 'S03 1002 2704
Paxson 128 113 111 452
White 142 120 357
Christman 123 121) 17S 430
Shirk 90 ... 115 205
Kldredge 126 130 256
Ash 102 109 ... 211
Handicap 194 196 IS 4 57 4
Totals 732 815 S38 2485
CORBY HALL IS DEFEATED
Corby hall met defeat at the hands
of the Wabash A. C. eleven at "Wa
bash Thanksgiving afternoon by a
score of 12 to 0. The Wabash team
proved too heavy for the Notre Dame
aggregation although they succeeded
in holding the downstaters to a low
score. Open playing by both teams
featured the contest, the Corby crew
putting into execution some clever
plays although they failed to shove
the ball over the line.
With the nickering hope of nvikir.g
a lone touchdown always flitting
tore them, the pimy Muessels hattb-d
the giant Silver Kdges through fo-;r
nervc-racking periods at Springbro.-k
park Thanksgiving afternoon. Bit
the brilliant open playing by the
lighter eleven was no match for the
smashing tactics of the Silver Kdces,
who scored four touchdowns. The
linal was 2S to 0.
Two minutes after the game started
Vargo, the crack Siler Ddgc risht
halfback, placed the ball behind the
goal line by means of a forward passi
from Doinski and a 15 yard run. In
the third quarter Werntz grabbed a
pretty pass on the "eight yard line and
scored. Vargo, after fumbling tho
ball, dashed through his opponents for
the third touchdown of the contest.
In the fourth period Vargo grabbed
a fluke forward pass from a Muessel
player and ran 30 yards to the six:
yard line. Boinski was shoved across
the line in two plays for the tinal
Xuver during the entire contest did
the Muessels show signs of giving up
that ghostly hope of a seore. Their
failure to resort to their rlllcient
open style playing when in pinches
was largely responsible, for the score
piled up by the Silver Kdges. With
the ball within a few yards of their
own goal tho Muessels persisted in
line charging against a defense that
was almost impregnable. Iising tho
ball near their own goal resulted In
at least two touchdowns for their
Just before the whistle sounded for
the close of the last half, the Mues
sels ran the ball practically the cntiro
length of the field by kicking, passing
and crashing line plays which almost
demoralized the victors. With tho
ball on the 10 yard line the whistlo
sounded for the end of the game. It.
Meyers, center: Werntz, left tackle;
Vargo and Laudeman, the two halves,
did the major part of the ground
gaining for the silver Fdsres. Boinski
also showed well at fullback. Ho
handled the passing end for his team
but his speed prevented many at
tempted passes, imo and again tho
Silver Kdges tried the forward pass,
but this jrucceded on but four occa
sion?. Miller, fullbark; Lodge and
Dhoades, halfbacks, did the greater
portion of the gaining for the Mues
sels. Although the Muessel lino was
outweighed considerably, it succeeded
in holding the Silver Kdges often dur
ing the four periods of hard play.
The lineup of the teams:
KiDcr Kdges (l!S). Muessels (0).
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Nov. 27.
Young Ahearn of New York defeated
Buck Crouse of Pittsburg in six
rounds last night.
Keeran . .
Dachar . .
Vaughn . .
Herge . . .
. . Elbel
. . Scott
. . Wolf
donaiiui: ;irrs ii:cision
LA SALLE, Ilk, Nov. 27. Harry
Donahue of Pekin won a decision
from Jimmy Anderson after 10 rounds
Schultz . .
Meyers . . .
Werntz . .
Va rgo . . .
Boinski . .
Left Half". "
. . Pinky
. .. Curly
. . Ycntz
. . Lodo
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The Health V allies
Substitution: Nelson for Handy.
Touchdowns Houseman, lioutzeon,
Herge. Referees Blaine, Miller,
South Bend, l.'mpires Pearl Rice,
Findlay. Timers Metzler, South
Bend; Finton, Findla.
GET PERMIT FOR GOAT
FOUR DEATHS MAR
Russell ! will
SANTA CRUZ. Calif. -
Peace of the high school football
eleven, died from cerebrel hemor
rhage as a result of being ki- ked on
the head during football g.
MORRISToWN. Tenn. Fred E.
Radina. Cincinnati, was killed while
warming up for the automobile races.
OMAHA, Neb. Roy Miller, profes
sional niotorcvele racer of Cleveland.
! Navy Football Team Will Take Mas
rot to West Point for His: fame.
WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 2 7. The
i goat mascot of the navy football team
be with the team at the game
against the army hoys at Philadelphia
Saturday. A special permit for the
goats transportation was necessary
because of the quarantine in this state
owing to the outbreak of the foot and
GRAMMAR SCHOOL LOSES
HUNTING CLUB IS FORMED
vvik; K-itTrxl v.-n i o r-i into hlllTe
beam while speeding V) miles an Outweighed the Eiahth Grade
j10,,r ; 'ua.iuiiai rcin'di eleven iosi iu uie
V NN Ml Grey toop of Nor- AU tars Thanksgiving afternoon by a
risvilD. N C.. was killed when he lost so.;e of ls 7 after taking the lead
control of his motorcvele crashing in- !th a, -' h doy n in the first period,
to a tree. l. Keller of Savannah olser kicked field goal for the Gram-
. -t,,1 1 K- W.rrill of 'h I e.-i tro w.-re.""14 po'wi ve.tm wiue .miiti van ieu
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A hunting club, to be known as the iaian mjureu.
om i i.em.iuu uen , i ;i . nas ne-m .............. ... v;. .'.'touchdown in the final periods for the
i i r ii Mi ip inpm r mi ii ' -.. v-.4 - -
aid K. Steohenson. Joseph Lauber. L. ! high school eleven, broke a b g during
D. Duck. Joseph Wolf. Frank Kagel. -l football game.
Joseph Kagel and Juhus Christman.
I the ball over the line. A. S. Moon was
( A f . A. . .
1'ddio ' leaiure oi me game, scoring tnree
The club will build a club house
and boat house at '.Mil ! lake in con
nection with a f w eott iges. The land
en which the buildings will be built
was bought of David Dose for $2u0.
UK; I IT LASTS MIMTi:.
PLATTE VILLE. Wis.. Nov. 2 7.
Eddie Nearing knocked out Jack Her
ri' k in one minute last niu'ht.
BARTLESVILLE. Okla.. -Nov. 2..
Welker Cochran defeated Harry Cline
::." to 1 in a billiard match here
j All Stars. The game was hard fought
throughout but the Eighth Graders
were unable to cope with their oppon-
EI. PASO. Texas.
Clark of Joplin. Mo.
Young Jack Johnson
Nov. 2 7.
BR0WNS0N CHICKS WIN
Tne Gibbons hall eleven of Kalama
z "i. Micp., was defeated bv the
Bro Anson Chicks at Cartier "field.
; Aot-o Dame, vesterday 2. to 7. Gib
: .n hall is a high schorl which has
! been established by the Order of the
t Holy Cro-s ;it Kalamazoo. Th? vlsit
! ing team was accompanied by a num-
her of rooters. Rev. Gforge MeNa-
mat a. S. ('.. w as in charge of the
iGiboxi hall team.
157? 7E are strong and physically capable
y y in degree as our food digests. The
old idea of regarding beer solely
as a means to sociability is fast passing
out. Today, with the strongest endorse
ments in its favor from the lips and
writings of men who study the body
and its requirements, pure beer has
come to be recognized as an important
factor in establishing health through
arousing digestive action.
To get ALL the good in our food is to assure full
strength and vigor, and it is here that pure heer
may become a true friend and benefactor.
If you would have stronger life, and therefore
longer life, the intelligent use of pure beer at
mealtimes will do more for you than is possible
to believe until the test is made.
The Quality Beer
The Muessel Brewing Co.
Bell Phone 55