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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
71
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TEAM GETS
SOI RECORD
Eleven at Everett, Mass., Piles
Up Six Hundred Counters
and is Never Sco-Qd on in
Thirteen Games.
Sr.W VOI1K, P-e. l."..-Tli"?o wh'i1
h.'ie v. ritt 11 n-:ir:;s :il-ut th- ureril
fnot'a!l f l r.s f th- :tr, M" in to
h.Vf orlookl fiit.r lv th- Kverett'
hi-h -chof,l vi it f Kvin iT.
wiiirh, .ill thin;. eonMir'l. ranks ;s;
the i;r utest 1 1 . .t 1 . 1 1 t':i:n f tin- year.;
Kverett hiu-li j-liy ! 1- i:n:i. Iur-;
ir. th ; i r and won th m Not
i'V.c during tho-- l ;;-;:.-; wa. it i
.' cor-tl iiin,n ;mi its total e-rinir for :
tho-( l:j p;tin-- u .is exaerly !'.' .
points, a. K'i at r uumlirr of jxtints :
than over has li.n Tun 1 oy anv ,
rlf-vrn. college, hi;:h school or otli r-v.i.-f.
In the hi.-tory f.f the- Kiine.
Yost's irn-at ycorin rnachiio of t-n
y ars or .o roll d up .".." jioints. lut
Kverett hih t-xco. b'l this mark by
r.u I'Oints.
Kverett hih: avr-raf srorim: jer
sr:rii was a tritlf owr 1J 'wiutr. It's!
st sc ore was made against tho I
Oak Park hlih school diven of Chi
cago, eharnrinos of the we.-t rn (-
tlon. Fiver--tt rolh.l nj so jioints
atrair.st Oak Par!', and i!" the players
hadn't urown tirl of run Hint; down j
the field toward th nrny's -al 1 1 n " j
t'le.v ronld have mad.- it 10 'J points ;
or more. " t
Hold to 21 Points.
Hindoo Teeh. y h'M! h M Kverett
to L'l points tho J, est il i nsiv- work
hnwn 1'V any eleven that played
niralnst tho trim.
Fomo folks mav risk: "Was Hvit
ett's work more wor.thrful than th.at
of Harvard or the Kniversitv of Illi
nois?" and the answer 1- "Y
Kverett. of course, was only a hiizh
school eP'Vfp. lut in eompa rivwn witn
ethr liih srhool f levens it stood s
f.T ahove any other hiich school
f ov-n in thf- country that thi-ro was
no comparison. Kverett playeil out
its regular schedule and th- n accent
ed rhallege! from two sectional h;eh
school champions. One was: the Oak
Park cloven of Chiia-To the pride of
the west, which Kventt at once
smothered nnder that S'i to ti score.
The Stamford. Conn., high sclr-ol
eleven, rankirg as ore of th" lest
de e'oned In the cast during ho l'14
. on, then mrt Kvrctt. Tli-y met
thn going toward the S'amfe.rd
"ipJ line. V. r tt trawe Stamford a
v: to 0 h' -tinu- that's all. I
C'eo O'pi'nrir 11 was co-ieh of the
C' erett tepm and hi w ' k t is y ar I
p-cr rp-en him r nation''! remitMioa.
"iv of the eollcre athletic eonnnit-j
t rs who are casting aPoii for new
rearhes are eon-:deririg o'Donnell.
eio the eh-'nces ar that he will
t-r-'eJiiate into major league coaching
society nvt fall.
Vcrc Natural Plavors
O'loriudl li d some trr at. natural
football mater'''l to work with. Put;
('!., vnell taught his men how to pi''".
aftr his own ideas and tirir f.eo to,
e record sr,ems to show th-t O'l)ori
nell. as a coach. Is a wizard.
(Tere Is v:-er- tt's 101-4 record:
Fvorett. 'o: M-trlhoro. 0.
i:erett. 74: lievere-. (i.
r:erett .".4: 'helsea 0.
Fverett. 21;
Kverett. 21;
Tlindce Tech., 0.
VelP-d.V. 0.
Fvorett.
1'verett.
Kverett.
Kverett,
K erett.
Kverett.
Kverett.
Kverett.
4S;
Metros". 0.
.
4S
42
4 1
Manehester. N. II., 0.
Maiden. 0.
Medford. 0.
Somer ille,
Camhridge, 0.
Oak Park. a.
Stamford. r.
SO;
'.2:
Kverett, tieO; tpponents, 0.
The next Pest reeord hnri" up this
season wps by the Holla Sehool of
Mines in Colorado which ran tip r,4t
points against o for its opponents.
Polla, thorouchlv rhoolel in the
rtcvv stvle came P.v its coach, simply
ran all over the field and trampled
its foes under htro ser-s.
sirrniDAV ;i"r sttaiit.
JACKSON, Mich.. Dec. 15. Mickev
fheridan of Chicago had a s'qht
margin on Johnnv Lore of Vcw York
nfter l1 rounds
last niiht-
of gruelling work
A CHRISTMAS SURPRISE IS ONLY
MY WHAT
SMALL trAMb YoO
vcANje, MISS coLbcSM I
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NOTRE DAME TO PLAY
AT AUSTIN NEXT YEAR
;.tm' With l'nlTity of Trias Will
! .ratet in Sowtliwt, Say
Southern sj,ort Writer.
The University of Notre I)ame
fooioall team will tiash with tlie Uni
tmi of i eas en at Ati-tin,
'ie.. rtet ri hanks-iving day.
i'.Mch Haiper today eoiilirmed the
I '-port tltai tnt' game has P-en sehed
il ;!. 'I h- u:ol J ;um! blue clashed
with Texas at -Xu.'-tin in Ki:i and de
flated the southern team.
Concerning the sche luling of the
game a special di-patrh to the Hous
ton i ost sa s IP part :
' Notre Dame will he the Thanks
giving attraction for the lM."i i ni--rsity
( 'Icxas focthall season. l)i
rector i'eilniont "f ttte Loiuhorn;' re
ci((i a wire today accepting the
Texas offer. The uame will he play-
d under the laroit guarantee ever
given Ir a footoall contest in the
southwest. The iynuhorns offered
fl.etoi or an option of jter cent of
the receipts, students' coupon books
to count T.O cents.
"The securing of Notre Dame for
Thanksgiving is considered to be the
crowning effort of Director Pellmont,
who arranged for the exeelient sched
ule, in PjI.'I the huiuiinrns met
.sotre Dame, w no administered t lie
only defeat Texas has suffered in two
years. Notre DaineY, ranking both
east and west assures the greatest at
traction of the l'Jir, 'lex as season.'
The dispatch is dated t'lom Austin,
TeX.
NOTRE DAME-WISCONSIN
. TRACK MEET SCHEDULED
Announcement was made by Di
li tor of Athletics Harper yesterday
that contracts have been signed for
dual meets between the Notre Dame
an l Wisconsin tiak teams this sea
son and next.
The meeting this scson will be
held at the ioeal gymnasium March
0 and the two schools will chih at
Madison. Wis., next winter.
Athletts and students are highly
elatol at the scheduling of meets
wiilt the strong enferenee school.
Wisconsin has nearly always been
represented hy ;t strong track team
and indications are that the gold and
blue will have a fast siuad this sea
son. The meet between the
the b'ca Is at the Notre
nasium will undoubtedly
ner event of the indoor
Padgers and
Dame gym
be the ban
season here.
Next winter Notre Dame will prove a
strong attraction at Madison.
'i he tirst indoor meet of the sea
son to be held here following the in
terhall events will he the clash with
the strong Illinoi Athletic dub squad
o: Chicago, 1 etiruary and seines
mighty last competition is expected
LOCAL MEN MAKING
GOOD AT NOTRE DAME
Practice for the Arkansas game
heran in earnest at Notre Dame last
night. Now that the men have made
a brilliant victory out of the tirst
game hopes are much brighter for a
victorious season. A mistake was
made in the basketball schedule hy
the directors and the Iake Forest
game scheduled for Jan. 9 is to be
playeu Jan. Thus one open date
remains on the schedule which will
be tilled in a fen days. ,
Capt. Kinney and Cassidy did ex
ceptionally good work in the first
game and Harper is sure that the
latter will get a berth on this year's
team and will make a star player
in the future.
Among the track men who are
doing good work Coach Pockne men
tioned Yolkers, the South Pond lad
who will make good on this year's
track team. He stated that this
year's track team is one of the best
in history and that he is now arrang
ing for some of the best meets ever
seen at Notre Dame.
SAYLOK Ciins KXOCKOIT.
PKOPIA, III., Dec. 15. Milburn
Savior of Indianapolis knocked out
Harry Donohue of Pekin with a
rl :ht-hand swiritr to the jaw last
night. Al Paidwin of Jacksonville.
knocked out Hilly Coirs in the fourth
round, anil Al Constant of Spring
held, and Stanley Kverett went 10
rounds to a draw.
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
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BOWLING SCORES
c. .. c. ij:a(.ii:.
ATHLETICS
K'eeney 162
Zigler 1 5 i
! Murdock 12
! Kaufm in la
Tut tie T
I lattdicup .... 1 SO
Totals HUM
i KIMS
ZHkv 14
j Kimble 22'.
' Pwiimsev 1 4 o
Strom-' K.::
1 lickcl.taupt .... ly'
I lan tic up .... 1-0
Total.-; 'j'jj
Ho; i r, 2 1
1 7 4 1 4. 4 7 G
1 ?, 2 1 - 0 3 0
117 14y V22
1 2 T 1 4 4 4: i
i:p; 4os
SSu S67 -G 17
1 7 174 4 7 '
142 ir.'i .'LS
IT, 2 J j 1C2
1 T, v i o t 1
17 4 P.7 ;oM
120 J2T :',7S
170 -:,-, T,
14 1 1 V. 2 -
1 0 ITS 101
124 12m 2S2
141 i:PJ 4 22
123 123 :0j
S40 8 7 2500
STAliS
lifjtdnson, S.
Sola re k . . .
Fulmer
1 U'aron . . . ,
Harske
Handicap
Totals . . .
M.
22
I'M
147
1 lis
1 4
U'.'J
ss:'.
sTrm:iiAiw:it i.nua i:.
HOUNDS
visher
Wickenden . . .
'00 ley
Holmes
Maxon
I Iandicap . .
1.10 lis 1H7 4it-j
113 117 142 3 2
:s2 i:-o it" ".s
120 MS i:i2 pa
160 mi r.t'i;
1 74 174 17 1 ."22
24 S.S SHS 1T.31
Totals
POLISH-AM I :U!CAN
u:A(;ri:.
M. H. FALCONS .
V. otolski 104 14S
Yv. Frank owskl I4t lkt
C. Wentland 140 1 P.l
C. Poinski 1C5 10'.
F. P.ilinski 152 1.2
Handicap .... 117 147
111
13e
15$
170
142
1 17
12:
45;
Ti u 4
4 4 0
441
200
4 0-'
'1 7 0
r.u;
:: 5 t
40"
-4
Totals
920 88 4 N."S
M.i iri no
no 12:; 123
'J U 14 7 151
120 102 UP,
121 l r, 4 150
2 4 0 2 10 2 4 0
POLONIA II.
I. Kewalski . .
P. ( Prx.es k
M. Ludwiezak
f. Koa.-wii'Z . .
J. Aranowski .
Handicap . .
Totals
ST. FLOTtlAN
A. Kujawski . . .
Y. I Irezinski . .
J. Kujawa
S. Tajkowski . . ,
A. Choi m in ill k
Handicap . . . .
S3:i MV
907 20:
II.
1.7
1 o,
115
145
101
i
-.TO
110
lis
104
1 60
1"0
24:5
152
1 1
115
. I'D
1 0 9
2 4C
"99
:t 4 0
:::2
1 1 0
400
729 j
2610 j
r.7f!
445'
:;7S
so
182
4 7 1
'
Totals 9 0 2
M. P. FALCONS II.-
O. Napieralski
I Florkowski
F. Jaroszew ski
L. 1 lazinski . .
O. Now ak . . . .
S. Wentland . .
Handicap . .
Totals
120
101
101
80
1C7
274
110
1 .''. 4
sr.
111
l.7
27 4
145
150
9 2
71
10::
27 4
.S49 S51
1 r - n -1
i O f
POLO VIA T.
J. firontkouski . 155
J. A. Werwinski Z
A. Putz KH
C. Hazinski 120
M. Niozcodzki . . 122
Handicap .... 235
Totals 910
ST. FL Hi I AN I.
C. Gadacz 12S
C. Korpal 159
F: Peezkiew icz . . S5
V. A f tow ski
J. Mincinski ... 15;'.
V. Wroblowski . 152
Handicap .... 154
Totals 811
11
120
91
113
220
197
120
1 ?. t
512
4il0
. a
1 i.
39 0
AT.
413
14.1 15s
i J
2.15
ST2 1075 2S57
D31 K,2 4 61
117 11s :p.i!
io; too 21 r, j
10 12."
- j
14 2 MS 4 4 2 I
1 7 1 a 7 4 tl S
3 S29 244:
POLISH-AM I K1 CAN HOWUNC
ij:.(;ui: standi sr..
W. Ii. Pet.
M. R. Falcons I. . . . 1.", .023
Pfdonia Club I. .... 15 9 .025
St. Florin n II i:t 11 .542
Polonia Flub II. ... 12 12 .5i'0
St. Florian I .11 12 .4 5S
M. U. Falcons II. . . ' is .250
WIMTi: WINS IN SIX'ONH.
KPNOSHA. Wis.. Dec. 15. It took
(liarley White les than two rounds
to end his hattle with Jimmy Murphy
Pst night. Two of White's left hook's
hit Murphy on the jaw anil accom
plished his defeat.
KiLPANi: WINS.
PIIILADKLPHIA. Pa. Dec
Jolmny Kilban". featherweight
pion. defeated Tommy Houck
-o nls last night.
15
cha ru
in six
A SURPRISE BECAUSE IT'S SO CHEAP. By Goldberg
s?6AtNiC or trNbS.
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To CSeT rrf a ?Al op
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DAY STUDENTS ARE I
BESTED BY FEDERALS
Team work was missing last night
at the Notre Dame gymnasium when
the Day Students went down to a 30
to f defeat whin opposed by the Fedr
eraD. The individual work of the lo
cal boys was excellent but they were
unab'e to get together and as the
Fed-nil . layers were all men of expe-,
rii nee. the result w as neer in doubt.
The score:
Federals (:') I). Students ()
Culligan Fdgren
Right Forward.
Kelly YVolfo
Left Forward.
Cofall McCuire
Center.
Sack Yaughn
Pight Guard.
Pusch Hagerty
Ix'ft Cuard.
Substitutions Hausch for McCuire;
Noland for Uausch: Kelly for
Yaughn; MiCalferty for Hagerty.
Paskets Culligan. 5; Kelly. ."; Pusch.
5: Cofall. 1: Sack. 1; Fdgren, 3;
Wolfe. 1. Free throws -Kdgrca, Co
fall. Tuschudi. referee.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Dec. 15.
vv ny is i iiMidie Welsh trying to side-
f p a match with Milhurn Savior?"
This interrogative comes Ha.v liron-
011, manager of the sensational Indi
tapolis lightweight, who mr'le such
great record in Austraha. Pronson.
ho hinistlf was at one time one of
be leading welterwi'ihl boxers of
.ie country, believes that Savior is
he hardest hitting 13.". pounder in
;a i;.inii today ;i!id his r.-cord for
:14 appears to Lear out the state-
ient.
Savior defeated Young Sh:igrue in
20-round eontist in Sydney, Aus
alia. and in . iew of Shugrue's vic
ry over I'reddie Y"elsh Pronson le
eves his hoy is the real leader of the
rocession. Savior taught Welsh to
spoct his hitting ability in Winni
.cg about a year ago and since that
time the
to evade
hit Welsh
round in
when the
Kng'ishman has managed
trouble with him. Savior
in the stomach in the ninth
the Winnipeg battle and
Knglihman did not arise
at the count of "ten" the referee dis
our.lhied the Indianapolis lad for
"fouling".
Savior is anxious to get one more
"crack" at the Knglishman and is
willing to meet him at 133 or 133
pounds before, any club in the coun
try. Pesides Taylor, Pronson has one of
the greatest bantams in the country
Chick Have.-;. Hayes Is having a line
season and if he defeats Frankie
Hums in New Orleans Dec. 14 he will
be matched with Kid Williams.
DEFEAT NEW CARLISLE
New Carlisle's ba-sketball five went
down to defeat by a score of 4 1 to 2
in a game with the Z. P. souad at ih-t
Polish Turner hall last night. The
visitors could not cope with the speed
of the locals.
The score:
Z. P.s (It) New CarlMf p!S)
Maekoelski P. Ilooten
Right Forward.
F. Aftowski Fowler, Fack
Ia f t Forward.
A. Aftowski
Center.
Pozewiez. Iojew?cz
Right Guard.
Feczkiewicz, Magara
. . Wade
Coleman
Porden
Left Guard.
Paskets Mackilski. 5; F. Aftow
ski. 7; A. Aftowski, 7: Magara. H;
Hooten. 4; l'iwler. 5; Yade. 2; Cole
man. 1. Free throws Hooten. 2;
Coleman, 2.
sti:wpt STOPS MrXfiKK.
KALAMAZOO. Mich.. Dec. ir.
Hal Stewart, the Fort Wayne light
weight, last night stopped Ford
Murger of Paltimore in th1 seventh
round. Munger's seconds threw up
the sponge.
MAN DOT Wflll'S CALkUIAN.
MF.MPMIS. Tom.. Dec. 1' Joe
Mandot of New Orleans gave Frankie
Callahan or Prouklyn a severe heat
ing htst nisjht for eight rounds and re
ceived a draw verdict from Referee
I laack.
SAYLOR-AHXIQUS
TQARBANGEBQUT
f AMoRv-re coLo J V
I I
1 I I
THAT cneA? HocB ciLY
Girtt "TO FT Me" A
?AR
I 17, J; ;;
OPENING GAMES
EASY V
ES
Sunday School Teams Get Un
der Way at Y. M. C. A.
Epworth Pemorial Team
Fails to Put in Appearance.
UESULT.S.
Yet ntlnstcr, h; Trinity. 2.
l iist Cliritian, P.; St." James, (.
lirst PaptlM, St. Paul's. I.
I'irt Presbyterian, Upuorth .Me
morial, U.
Monday night marked the opening
of the Sunday school athletic league's
1914 basket ball schedule. Six of the
eight teams in class A got into action
the Westminster, First Christian and
First Paptist teams having little uiffi
culty in winning their games. The
game scheduled between the Kpworth
Memorial and First Presbyterian
teams was forfeited to the Iirst Pres
byterian club because of the non
appearance of their opponents.
liagged playing marred all three of
the contests. Pecause of the fact that
it was the opening of the season, none
of the aggregations had any well de
veloped team work. Poor passing also
made the games slow and kept tho
scores down.
Westminster took the first ramo
mainly through the work of Perger
and Witt, who scored six of their
team's eight points. Clever playing
by the guards of both aggregations
made the score low. The second was
a walkaway for tho First Christian
live, who shut out their opponents, the
St. James representatives, by a 19 to
0 count. :. O'PonncIl was the big
performer in the First Paptist-St.
Paul's contest, lie scored ctvtn field
baskets and also broke up many of
the plays of the lost rs. The final
.-;coro was. Haptists, 10; St. Paul's. 4.
The lineups:
Trinity (-)
Westminster (S)
C. O'Donnell . . . .L. V.
Weinberg 1 1. F.
Yermande C.
H. O'Donnell. . . . I.. G. .
Kingsley P. G.
. Perger
. . 15 ever
Witt
Stoner
Stanley
Perger, Witt,
Paskets Stanley,
Yermande. Fouls Perger,
1. lleferee Purnham.
1; Witt.
First Christian (10) St
James (0)
Jones
Wendel
Schock
Miltenborger
Paker
Martin L. F.
Parclay.Pobb . . . R. F.
Philips C
Hunter L. G.
Robh, Snyder P. G
Pask ets Martin,
Barclay, 2; Snyder, 1
; Phillips. 2.
Fouls Phillips
1. Referee Purnham.
Paptist (Hi) St. Paul's ( 1)
K. O'Donnell L. F. Pennwell, Fgel
O. LeYean, Knight R. F. ...Mosiman
Davis
Wittenberger. .
W. Lp Van
Paskets 11.
1: Minkler. I.
. . S Minkler
, . L. G Parage
R. G Crocker
O'Donnell, 7; LoVan.
Fouls 'Minkler, 2.
Referee Purnham.
KAISERLING SIGNED UP
Pitcher George Kaiserling, formerly
with the South P.end Central l?ague
club has suned his P15 contract with
the Indianapolis Federals. Last sea
son Kaiserling, after a poor start de
veloped into one of the best hurlers on
the Fed circuit. It is understood that
he balked at the salary specified in
tht contract for a time but Mgr.
Pill Phillips notified President Fd
Krouse of the consummation of nego
tiations yesterday.
Another former Central leaguer is a
holdout on the Hoofed roster. Out
fielder Ed Roush refused to sign hb
contract under the terms offered b
the Indianapolis outlaw club. He did
good work for the Hoosiers during the
latter part of the season and bliees
that he d serves a better salary than
is offered him.
BURNS WINSFRST BELT
NEW OPDPANS. La.. Dee. 15.
Frankie Punis of Jersey Citv wot.
Pominick Tortorich's tirst belt last
niglU when he defeated ('hick Hayes
of Indianapolis in 12 rounds. Refere
Dick r.urke stopped the tight. Hayes
had not v on a round. He was out
classed all the way. If Kid William
cannot make the bantam weight.
Burns will claim tho title..
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the man with a bank ac
count. Why not open a Sav
ings Account at this bank
toJa
Save persistently. Cut
out your extravagances
Live economically. You'll
be surprised at the rapid
growth of your account.
One dollar opens a
Savings Account here and
your monev will draw A
percent interest.
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY
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A n SAVINr. RANK.
THE ST. JOSEPH LOAN
& TRUST CO.
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