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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES S outlier 11 Magnates to Meet ait jacKsmi NINETEEN II WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO WITH IT? By Goldberg EIGHT CLU GET MOk "T U31LL RePRobUCe" vMYTHlKXa BE SOUMIGH LIST YbU seY iMTo rr sMU T CALL SOMTH IFcoL Harper Recommends Football Squad Members For Coveted Letters Will Elect 1915 Captain at Banquet Tonight. League Magnates Meet at Jack son Monday to Plan For Year Smith Angling For Fast Material. MSjJR ME BACK 3 8 Mieeigaii League 11 If - Nineten men were awarded fo.t- 1 all monograms by the faculty board of control of athletics at Notre Damo yesterday. The names of the m-n wore rec omm -nde 1 to the board by Coach Harper and tli" board approved the li-t. The following men were award id letters: Capt. Jones, Klward, Keefe, Fitz gerald, Pachman, Pathrop, M ills, Paujan, Pergman, Iarkin. Finegan, Kelleher, Pliska, Cofall. Eiehenlaub. Duggan, Stophan, Halnus and Perger. It is necessary to play in four full fjuarters in monogram games in or der to receive the coveted letters. The monogram games were these with Yale, .South Dakota, Haskell, the Army. Carlisle and Syracuse. The men who will receive football letters from Notre Dam' for the first timn are Pachman, Mills, Paujan, Cofall, itephan and Halmes. Of these all but Stephan and Mills are sopho mores. The 101 i football season will be come a matter of history tonight, when the annual banquet to the team will be hold at the Oliver hotel at f,:?,Q o'clock. At that time a cap tain for 1913 will bo chosen. The team picture will be taken tomorrow. Seven Arc Linesmen. Of tho men awarded letters, seven are linesmen: Capt. Jones, Keefe. Fitzgerald, Pachman, Lathrop, Jste phan and Halmes; three are ends, El ward, Mills and Paujan, and nine are backlield men, Pergman. lirkin. Fine pan, Kelleher, Pliska, Cofall, Kiehen laub, Duggan and Perger. Tho number of baekfield men awarded letters goes to .show what a largo and classy set of backs Notre Damo possessed and how often sub stitutions could be made during the big games without materially weak ening tho team. Winter athletics will get into full swing at tho university this afternoon when tho track and basket ball men will be given their llrst workouts. Chances are bright for strong teams in both of these branches of athletics and a largo number of candidates are expected to respond to the llrst call of each. Coach Roekne will be in charge of the track squad while Coach Harper will handle tho basket ball men. INTERHALL SEASON AT END Nt Trophies Distributed Among Teams Tills Year. On account of tho bad weather and the general dissatisfaction which arose over the decision of tho faculty board of control about the men who played lootball for money, tho interhall sea ded. The distribution of the cups and pennants will not be dis tributed to any hall this year but will be held for next year's winning tram. Injuries also played a big part in the dissolution of the league, many of the stars received injuries which com pletely crippled the teams that had a good showing when the season opened, Prownson and St. Joseph 3iall lost tho most men by injuries during the season but these two halls were willing to finish the season. The halls that created the major objec tions wero the two that led in the interhall schedule, Sorin and Corby, who each had 1,000 per cent in the interhall standing. The athletic board annulled the game between these two halls played after the trip to Ft. "Wayne. Two fine trophies were to be given to tho victorious hall as well as the usual pennants. The two trophies were donated by Frank Mayr & Sons xmd "Hullie and Mike." These trophies will have another contender next year for tho Day .students' association will ibe considered as a special hall and will put a team in the held. WANT BRICKLEY FOR COACH New York University Socking llr.r vanl Kicker. NEW YORK, Dec. 2. New York university Is seeking the services of Charles E. Uric k ley, the Harvard football captain, as coach of the eloen for next season. The matter ir In the hands of the athletic council, which will place the proposition be fore the great fullback in a day or so. Tom Keilly coached the New York university team this season, but the athletic council will drop him if Priekley agrees to serve at the local college. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS JEiOingstbns J3 FOR Styleplus,7 H U0T"es I, 3 A Store for Men and Hoy. ADLER BROTHERS On Michigan at Washington Mnce 1SSI. GET A RED UHE TAXI IIoi;;c 50 IS. rW r M VVfe 2 W-AV. I i II I . V. I i - I J LJ. Us urn i i m MSrR fLGKAME KrXMlllloM vPHTR o'TCOLE beiictcus J Ms If Pi what YOU c30AiJA "bo UOlTtt AT T SEARCH ME ) 2& m th. J-o:i!!'.ern at .TaokM Mi tl; a ; : 1 d 7i Magnates leag:i' will iv.r.-t not Monday a::d jdar.s f..r season will b- t-M::jpl-r.-d. time tlic rotf-r ,f t) v 1 rc-: : i t settled upon a;al tli-- b-ag-a- ; upon a :i v uiii';imr ba.-:i. I'rev't Jam'.; 1'rar.k :-a, .l th for th.' mting at J.irkvui .-! l'r-'s t :M. Sr:::th. : 1 ml ( la!. will attend sessb-:.. .last wliat cit!-s nili b. the Southern Mieh:-'ai riroaif not i .. ( n i i ( ; i ( I u : n i e 1 . a i: i U'Jlt cl:i!. on will t .Mop., lay and 'ice ea'l r.iav r of t!i. .l e t b-it A ill br st a.--on ha." it i.; pro! able that tl be reduced from ten to Forfeits for the sea placed with I'res't Frank n and a schedule eom;nitt e r' Hiiri: to cralt the playing date for ret season. The Southern Michigan circuit is in mueh !n Mcr condition j,,r tlie eoming year than many otli.r minor orcaniations oer the eountrv. Manx of th. b-aues mav bo e(::i- ' e ,v o. which eit ies BOWLING STANDINGS I Do ran 124 i 1 lagedorn 9 3 llelnrich 112 tiuo i.i:a(;uiu. CARIJUItATOKS Hill 100 106 79 Gieselmann 104 122 1S2 Trumbo 101 85 70 Handicap .... 2."i 235 235 Totals 540 548 566 iSTAUTERS Shirk 121 119 129 Itasmussen 154 133 162 Cederholm lit 154 150 Handicap .... 149 149 149 Totals . . 53S 555 590 C. A. C. 1.I1YGUK. COLTS Harlin 174 134 164 Marquis 139 14S 166 MacLeun 153 164 115 Lontz 200 1S2 185 llaugan 193 155 190 Handicap 9a 93 93 Totals 952 326 913 GIANTS Haeske 137 139 ISO Paxson 129 13S 116 Eldredgo ' 149 111 166 Dimock 150 147 141 Ash Ill 97 136 Handicap 173 173 173 Totals 849 805 912 ANTLERS' LMVGl'U TUSKS Van Kirk 1C9 179 187 Hredemus 128 158 167 Flint 152 127 135 Mountain 142 159 143 Goldy 146 136 98 Handicap .... 181 181 1S1 Totals 91S 940tPll FACTO HS McCurdy 158 161 119 Hrewer 171 167 149 Turner 168 112 143 Olsen 131 149 ISO Flanagan 208 165 233 Handicap .... 196 196 196 Totals 1032 950 920 HILLS f.?arnhart 194 142 137 Bevers 156 159 190 Stephens 117 173 152 WetzM 141 173 102 Kief 10 143 157 Handicap 241 241 241 Totals 953 1031 979 IKEHP Nuer'hart 124 102 S7 Mell 159 110 134 Freehafer 160 149 154 Wall is 1S9 133 157 Vergin 167 137 126 Handicap 231 231 231 Totals 1030 S62 SS9 niLis Harnhart 145 1SS 12S F.eyers 127 131 168 Stephenson .... 102 133 152 Wetzel 145 154 151 Kies 172 143 178 Handicap 241 241 241 Totals 932 90 1019 TFSKS liurkhart 231 153 145 Render 113 139 ICS Flint 163 139 166 Supv U9 111 112 Campbell 1 27 148 145 Handicap 20 8 20 S 20 S Totals 943 S9S 20S elks' Liic.ri:. TYLERS Veibv 133 108 133 Kies' 1 42 166 120 285 4 OS 256 705 1651 369 449 418 447 16S3 453 432 567 538 279 2791 456 3S3 426 438 344 519 2566 r 453 414 4 14 3S0 543 2769 438 4S7 423 460 506 5SS 2902 473 50 5 442 426 404 " O ( t. o 2963 313 403 4 6 3 479 4 30 693 27S1 461 4 26 39 4 50 493 723 Handicap 2S1 lis 123 14 1 2S1 145 107 12S 281 Totals JEWELS Hinkle . . . Zubler . . . Elbel .... Phillips ... Schuell . . . Handicap Totals . . SS5 937 916 121 90 169 112 155 266 913 178 112 140 157 133 266 118 127 159 134 171 266 STTRERAKER HOUNDS Fishers 179 Cooley 100 Knoblock 123 Hojmes 121 Maxson 157 Handicap .... 177 986 975 LEAGUE. 136 10S 137 134 160 177 ISO 162 158 126 226 177 387 o o o o 381 843 2738 417 O ( a. v1 46S 403 4 5'J 798 2S7 1 495 370 418 3S1 54 3 .31 S5' Totals HURS W. K. Stud'baker 173 W. H. Stud'baker 164 Lidecker 124 Mofntt 165 Hobbs 171 Handicap .... 1S9 852 1029 273S 158 142 16S 111 226 189 149 137 1S1 162 147 1S9 4 80 443 4S3 4 38 544 567 Totals 986 994 965 2955 FEDS HAVE LONG STRING FROM BIG LEAGUE RANKS Iron Man Wants Fods to Hand Him So.OOO Each Year Ron us Wccsh nian Refuses to Discuss Story. Y0UN6 I B m CHIP WELSH'S TITLE Wednesday Night Fight Be tween Lightweights Promi ses to be Live One. NEW YORK, Dec. -2. Not since the Ritchie-Cross tight here has inter est been keen in a lightweight match as in the Welsh-Shugrue contest, which takes place Wednesday night at Madison Square garden. It is not because Welsh is the champion, the peer of his class, but because Shu grue is looked upon as a real con tender and one who will give the titleholder the tight of his life. Shugrue is one of the most ag gressive boxers in the game with a world of speed. It is the lirst and probably will be the last chance Shu grue will get at Welsh and there will be no let-up on Shugrue'.s part once the bout is on for lie sees a great chance to wrest the title away from his English opponent. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 2. The St. Louis Federal league directors an nounced the following players as hav ing signed with St. Iouis and as re ported from other club managers to be signed: St. Louis Corhan and Rorton. Pa cific Coast league; Kiermeyer, Three Eyes. Pittsburg Perritt ami O'Con nor, St. Louis Nationals; Konetchy, Pittsburg; Rerhammer, Cincinnati; Allen, Rrooklyn; Rlackburne, Chicago Americans; Hearne, Toronto. Ruffalo Wingo, St. Louis Ameri cans; Caldwell, New York Americans; McRride, Washington; Collins, Roston Americans; Rodie, Chicago Americans. Rrooklyn Magee, St. Ivuiis Nationals; Viox, Pittsburg; Plank. Philadelphia Americans; Martin Walsh, brother of Ed. Rridgeport, Eastern asociation. Chicago Fischer, Rrooklyn Nation als; Hagerman. Cleveland Americans; Crouch and Wingo, Northern league. Raltimore Ixbert and Pasket, Phila delphia Nationals. Kansas City Schmidt, Raum, Fitzgerald, Paciiic Coast. Knockout Drown, the local light weight, has been matched to meet Young Hoffman, the Rrooklyn lighter, for ten rounds at the Rroadway Sporting club of Rrooklyn on Satur day night and Jack Denny of New Orleans, in a 10-round go before the Knickerbocker A. C. of Albany, on next Tuesday nii;ht. The latter club recently secured a license from the state athletic commission. CONTRIBUTION IS HITCH TO JOHNSON'S SIGNING 2941 511 360 4G8 4 420 624 3 76 42S n R nnnnnnnrirw H L n "-sV . . fJT "CHADLEY" A White Dotted Madras COLLAR CHICAGO, Dec. 2. The hitch over the signing of Walter Johnson to a Federal contract was said today to be admitted by Charles Weeghman, own er of the Chifeds, that the league contribute $5,000 a year toward the pitcher's salary. The other magnates balk at this. "I think Johnson would be worth about $16,000 a year to us, but no more than that." said Weeghman. "I think we could use him at that ligure. However, St. Louis still has a string on him and we have to keep our hands for a while." Weeghman refused to discuss the $5,000 story. That came from a man in Pres't Gilmore's ortice. Al McCoy, the champion middle weight, has a hard job on his hands Friday night. He is to box Kid Wagner, the middleweight of Wilkes barre, Pa., in a 10-round bout at a show to be held in the latter city. Mike Gibbons has already fought Wagner and claims he is one of the toughest men he has encountered so far in a ten-round bout. Although Jack Dillon still claims he can do 15S pounds at 3 p. m- and is willing to take on Mike Gibbons or Jimmy Mabby at that weight. Dan McKctrick, manager of Ybung Ahearn. declared Tuesday that he had called off Ahearn's six-roun 1 bout with Dillon at the Olympia A. A. of Philadelphia on Dec. 7. because Dillon has refused to box Ahearn at 165 pounds ringside. ILLINI HAS TWELVE BIG NINE GAMES MAY CHANGE CIRCUIT NEW YORK, Dec. 2. At the an nual meeting of the International Raseball league to be held in this city next Monday, the da previous to the meeting of the National league, tho International club owners will proba bly decid on a change in the circuit. Jersey City will most likely lose its franchise and the club will be trans ferred to either Rrooklyn or Rich mond. With the Jersey City team in Rrooklyn they will play at Ebbct lield. MURPHY IS IN AGAIN 1 1 ti IT Announces Schedule For Year With Other School Two Track Dates Given. CHAMPAIGN. 111.. rc. 2. George Huff announced the conference sched ule for his Ulini baseball champions Tuesday. Twelve "big nine" games are listed and some outside contests will be listed. Harry Gill's, track men will meet Wisconsin on May 14 and Chicago on May 2 2. also baseball dates. The schedule is: April 10 Indiana at Rloominmon. April 24 Ohio on Illinois lield. April 27 Purdue on Illinois lield. iav i Northwestern at Evanston. Mav 4 Northwestern on Illinois field. ' May Wisconsin on Illinois held. May 10 Minnesota at Minneapolis. May 14 Wisconsin on Illinois field Mav 15 Indiana on Illinois field. May 18 Purdue at Lafayette. May 22 Chicago at Stage field. Mav 26 Chicago on Illinois lield. BIG GAME SEASON CLAIM 111 HUNTERS DULUTH. Minn., Dec. 2. The big game season so far has claimed a total of 111 hunters killed in shooting accidents. The season in Minnesota, Wisconsin. Michigan and other states closed at midnight. S'uch large num bers of deer and moose .were killed in Minnesota and Michigan that the game wardens today urged the sea ton be cut from HO to 10 days to pre vent extermination of the animals. Hunting Accident of Season, te. Killed. Injured. Illinois 3 1 Indiana 0 1 Iowa 1 0 Ma- ic 1 1 Massachusetts 4 4 Michigan 2 7 4 2 Minnesota 12 IS Missouri 1 0 New Hampshire .n.. 5 New Jersey 2 10 New York 3 15 Ohio 4 5 Oklahoma 1 0 Pennsylvania 1 0 Vermont 5 4 Washington S 20 Wisconsin 3 3 36 Ontario 1 0 Totals Ill 162 TURNERS REORGANIZE The Turner Athletic club has re organized for the coming season, and is anxious to schedule basket ball games with any fast independent team in or out of the city. The Turners established a line record last year, and promise as much this year. A fast team is expected as they have some promising players to pick the team from. The following men turned out for the first practise of the year: W. Rostlser, Gutknecht, Steele. Capt. C. Mohn. G. Rrinkman. Wayohn, Singer and Scheneberger. For games call Gus Gutknecht, Home phone 1S12. WILL LEAVE HOSPITAL CHICAGO. Dec. 2. Shorty Des Jar dien, the university of Chicago foot ball captain, who was injured in the Minnesota game on Stagg held Nov. 21, will leave St. Luke's hospital to morrow, but will be a semi-invalid for at least two months. fowler Gins nrnsiox. ST. LOUIS. Dec. 2. Monk Fowler of Memphis gained the decision over Kid Sullivan of Rrooklyn in eight rounds last nicht. MORIX DEFEATS COOLER. INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 2. Charles Morin of Chicago defeated Harry Cooler of Indianapolis last night 5 to 21 at three cushion billiards. NEW GROUNDS FOR BRAVES ROSTON, Dec. 2. The passing of the old Walpole st. baseball grounds, home of the Roston National league teams for the past 4 0 years, was offi cially announced today. Pres't James E. Gaffney said the Rraves would play next season on new grounds. "WILD RILL" WINS. ALRANY. N. Y.. Dec. 2. "Wild Rill" Fleming defeated Al McCoy of New York in 10 rounds last night. STONE ;I7FS DECISION. ROSTON, Mass., Dec. 2. Harry Stone of New York outpointed Oilbert Gallant of Roston in 12 rounds last night. polled to scs'v'nd because o clubs, for instance the Central .-st the pr. s.'nt time b.is but !i on its roster. To Drop Two Club-.. Having In towns to stat with the Southern Michigan -xpvts to haw little dil'iciilty in forming an right iub league. Toledo will bo dropped this sea.-on and Mt. Clemens is not ex pected to return. Adrian or Kalama zoo ma.v also l.o out of tho running while Lansing will again have a team in the race. South Rend. Rattle Creek. Jackson. Flint. Ray City ami S.iginaw arc almost certain to retain their franchises. Fd. Smith is continuing in his cam paign for the stroTig.st team in the league next season. He has placed his lingers on a number of crack players who will proKahly bo on doe next season. The increase m the sal ary limit for the little bagucs give tho clubs a better opportunit v of se curing faster mn. This promises even Fpcedior baseball next season than last in tho Soumieh circuit. There is eonsitP ,. hie business to be taken up by the -eaguo magnates at Jackson next Monday and hero is a probability that the sessmi mav continue more than the scheduled one day. Vice Pres't Smith experts to leave here for the league headquar ters Sunday afternoon. m CD 11" Lib The Leadimg Specialists We publish this announcement so that you will know you consult a Specialist who sees and treats his patients scientifically. A thorough investigation should be made by every ailing man as to tho specialist he consults. Duty and des tiny to self and those who depend up on you demand the best medical at tention. We have always charged a very reasonable fee, so that our serv ices may be obtained by any man who sincerely desires to be cured. We make no misleading statements, false promises or unbusinesslike propositions. You Can Pay Us as You Are Able. 1 " . 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