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THURSDAY KYKMXG, OClOlSlJTt 17, 1018.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES COACH RQCKNE IS DISAPPOiWTED Notre Dame's Football Coach Can't Get Players to Learn Signals. A miht h't- t ri fxjcctl from a h t of cn;:-, th- 'iccn, i.tx team rpre-::' -ntir Not tu Iinn.c this jpr is Lrtakir i!.s vit anl kouk to pieces un-'cr th- s-t--iJy training.: they hae h' tn re' ;vir.. an-1 spe cially now sir.cv Uiiv iirt: ? -i : j tr Ff-eded up f.o as t' ti''- out, it' po-rlbl. the stron?, fast tcini fr.m the Municipal ri-r. Ve-'.iieIayV Grimmas? brought -:ut thi-- f.ict a- fh'iln as daylight, .trü! Ko'-kno fur the first tirru; h'w-l .-ii-'iia of ! i.s-couraci-ment. "Thy don't think." wailed the co.tch. "They don't think, and they en n't larn Fit;nal.;" Ol 1 fans know what Rockn of fo:i'.'lif-s, thinks of a man who can't or won't think. At the first of the sciMin Kockne praised the fjuad fr c-nthusi.tsm and Ili;htintr spirit, and counted on thes things to lirint: the men for ward in the i-Tlenco of football in spite of their nrr'-n timber, and m till now they have not disappointed him. IJut the time lias come now for a real oM-tini" ,'. D. team one that can out-think and out-J'mht mos, opponents and mer-ts defeat only before superior weight and su perior h)-''il. Th time has come for that kind of a team l-ecatiso the ery next Rame, only two days off, with a team of heady, .strong players. Notre Iame knows how to take defeat and to cheer their conquer or? If they play a man's pame; but Notre rame doe.- not like to he beaten because they are boobs them selves, llorkne has been at Nntre Iame a nd many years and has played in the bipr-t days of Notre Dame's bittest footbnll, and ever since then ho has been active one way or another In trainint; his suc c assorts ami be h;s never yet had to de;il with a bunch th.U could not or would not learn their signals. The Fcrimmase Tuesday between the varsity and the seconds pave only a -0 scor in favor of the first string, and the dlscouraKln? thing was th:t hoth teams pot all bunded up on their signals. Iockard. who plays quarter, and Kirk, one of the ends, were both hurt. Mohardt is playinp a pood Rime at half. Owins to the energy cf llov. John Farley, rector of Walsh hall, no sec ond meeting was necessary to get a squad of Walsh hallers out, and Tuesday afternoon at least 30 men, separated into two j-quads, were practicing hard on the Walsh-Dadin campus. Fr. Farley is an old vars ity football man himself and was a star in baseball also. During his time he was the best hitter and base runner nt the university. That is one reason he tan put so much printer into even a lazy api;rep:iUon. Walsh won the inter-hall championship list year, and Fr. Farley say they are KoinfT to win it ncaln. A new development in Notre Dame athletics will be the inter-company schedule which is 1-einR worked out. Meetings have Veen held by every company in the local S. A. T. C, and the sentiment in every instance was strong for inter-company football contests. TROOPS KEEP PEACE AMONG DISSATISFIED CZECHS IN PRAGUE LONDON. Oct. 17. A dispatch to the Central New.- from Amsterdam s.ts that in Prague the streets from the suburbs to the city proper are occupied by troop? armed with hand grenades and machine puns, in consequence of a threat by the Czechs t call a general strike throughout Dohemla. The dispatch adds that pamphlets have been cir culated declaring that a Czech re public will be proclaimed shortly. ALL THEATERS CLOSED TEMPORARILY 2 CENTS EXTRA. THATS WHAT WE WILL BE REQUIRED TO ADD TO THE 15 CENT ADMISSIONS WHEN THE LAS ALLE REOPENS. IT'S TO HELP WIN THE WAR. THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRES THAT IT BE PAID. WE BELIEVE OUR PROGRAMS WILL BE WORTH THE SLIGHT ADVANCE. THE ORCHESTRA WILL CONTINUE TO FURNISH PLEASING PROGRAMS. THE HOUSE WILL BE BRIGHTENED AND FRESHENED UP AND THE PICTURES WILL BE THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY FOR 2 CENTS MORE. BAN JOHNSON TO HEAD SEMI-PROFESSIONALS cli;yi;land. o., Oct. 1:. a prominent baseball man perhaps I'res't H;in Johnson of tho American h a cue will be sought to head the propose. semi-professional leapuc of the National Baseball federation for the duration of the w.r, which will replace the professional pa me. Directors of the federation are busi ness men wh'i can not convenient ly spare the time to devote to the s'irrf.wwf ui cperation of the plans. 'l.jyton Town es, member of the executive hoard and organizer of the federation, will suppest to the boird that measure? be taken to place the proposal before Mr. John son in the hope of securing his co operation. If sach efforts fail, the aid of Clark 'Irifüth. who purchased more than JlC'.r-co worth of base ball eijuipinent for soldiers and sail ors, probably will be sought. The federation expects to pay a salary to the man who accepts the position. There ir to be no personal profit, however, from the new iea'Je. All above expenses will o to the war athletic activities fund. "Our league is intended to fill the irap caused by the cessation ofq.ro-fes.-donal baseball, which will come back more popular than ever after the war," said Mr. Towhop. "What would prevent Mr. John son running the s mi-pro end of the federation? As we have planned, pames are to be player'. Saturdays and Sundays on ihree American lea pik parks. t'hic;:po, Cleveland and Detroit, piving those club own ers enouph to pay overhead ex penses on the plants. "And what would be more in keepir.p with such a plan than that the head of the American leapue lend his influence to see that the leapuo is run ripht?" MIC. GIVES UP F Abandonment of Schedule is Necessary on Account of War Department Rules. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 17. Abandonment of all the October football games in the Missouri Val ley conference has been made nec essary by the refusal of Col. U. I. Hees of the army peneral staff of the Student Army Training corps to modify the rules concerning the ath letics, set forth in the circular of Sept. 2 6. In a telepr.im to A. Ross Hill, president of the University of Mis souri and district educational direc tor of the S. A. stated- that these stand In detail, officer of the S. A mitted to violate T. C, Col. Rees regulations would No commanding T. C. will be per the rules of the war department which forbid out-of-town trips requiring absence from schools other than Saturday after noons of this month. The telegram to Pres't Hill was in answer to the recommendations of the presidents, boards of control, and faculty representatives of the Missouri Valley schools that the conference football schedule be al lowed to stand as far as possible. Decause of the distance between the Missouri Valley colleges it will be impossible to play the October games and return by Saturday niuht in the "noon to taps" furloughs that are permitted this month. Therefore only games with schools outside the conference and close to the confer ence points will be possible this month. - The November schedule will be followed as closely as possible, ac cording to Col. Dees' telegram. Teams will be allowed to make trips of not more than 4S hours, or from Friday night to Sunday night. Vhether the November ruling will be followed so strictly as to neces sitate a change in the plan for the Tin: mdi:nt s.m:sm.x or un r.KTV motion iMcrriu:s. Almut one-thinl the population of America attend motion pictures. TIkm" ptiph lum had a pccial rti n ri.;ht along for Milcri!in to the I.itH'i-t loan-;. The hau mcii on the screen what ua 1m done with their inoiu. They haw scn the "shipbuilding program being carried out. Tlie haw -ceii the at tide of ammunition and implements of vic tory. 'I he li.no coli their soldier, lotli lit re- and in 1'raiuo. oiuippttl. The Nt of reasons for lllexins that tliey are on the inside of this war. The) h;ne Ihvh watching it. And tliey have Iwon ufliclcntl) atidiol with this Kual oidenv to 1 lug their present sidn;s in the I.iN rty loan. Il i. Paramount and Artcraft ami Sehn I ami Cioldwjn the Mrt of plo- tmeN shown etluiely at tlie Iüi- alle that hae ralNl motion pic ture to this inlluentla! Ieel. T POLLY AND HER PALS Vo "TtLL ! PaaIiSM IaIFLüa171 HA a 3 mm 1 waü imrwm X I VIE I tlfi-J ? W V A WS mm CpTttt, 191Ä, L-7 Kwppr FcAtur .annual Kansas-Missouri same on Thanksgiving is a matter of con jecture, but Pres't Hill is sid to he hopeful that the war department will permit the departure of the team on a IS hour furlough in the middle of the week iitead of at the end of the week. If not the game might hae to be played n thr Sat urday before or after the Thanks giving Thursday. I'res't Hill favors a complete re vision of the Missouri Va!i. y sched ule similar to that already effected in the Western conference where by every conference team would meet the other conference team. Whether this could be crowded into November seems doubtful and there has bten some talk among coaches and directing authorities of attempt ing to extend the season into the next month. Much will depend on the games with tchools outside the conference that can be cancelled or reset. With a large percentage of the football material at all the valley schools under strict military control and discipline, training and prac tice routine as followed in other years bids fair to be materially up set. The effect of the inoculations required of S. A. T. C. men was expected to interfere with early practice but the postponement of the schedule probably will give time for vaccinations to heal before the real season opons. FIVE POINTS, IND. Mrs. John Holston was a week- end guest of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Yost and family of Wharton. Mrs. Ella Carleton, son Glen and daughter Mazie, motored to West ville Saturday, where they were the guests of relatives. George Darkus has returned from Michigan, where he was the guest of his son, Clarence Darkus and family. Ruth HowWitzel and CJertrude Scope, who have been on the sick litt, are improving. Mrs. Orra Taylor, son Egoeit and daughter Jennie are visiting the former's sons, Grove and Otto Tay lor and families of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carleton and little son Richard were Sunday guests of the latter'e sister, Mrs. Ernest Hummer and family of South Rend. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hay of South Rend visited James Williams and family Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rcicnanad ter and family visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt and family, Sunday. ATTEMIT TO KILL LMMXi: AMSTERDAM, Oct. 17. Another attempt has been made upon the life of Nikolai Lenine, the bolshevik premier, according to the Leipzig Abend Zeitung General Anzeiger's Kiev correspondent. Renine received a bullet in the shoulder from a re volver in the hands of M. Dwanitzke, of the information bureau of the soviet. Dwanitzke was arrested. Teaching Crippled Soldiers Trades : vt M 1 -Kipr-KD .cnLDrer? - y , - :. v , y -- - m i T m ' UCH4T 5 V Srric, Inc. Grel Britain Rijhu Rtirr4- EÜ0ES raw Men I'rom This Section Dee orated I "or Valor in Action, 9 Willi DistinguinlKMl Service ( ros of the L". S. The commander in chief of the A. E. F. has awarded the Distin guished Serice cross to the follow ing officers and soldiers for the act? of extraordinary heroism described sifter their names: CHAPLAIN THOMAS E. SWAN, 123th infantry. For extraordinary heroism in action between the Marne and Vesle rivers. July "1 to Aug. 6, 1M. During the heavy fighting near the Ourcq river this officer was in the front lines at all times, under heavy machine-gun and artillery fire, throughout the day and night, comforting and aiding the wounded. On one occasion he crossed a lieid two hundred yards wide, under vio lent shell fire, to administer to two soldiers who had been mortally wounded. In the operations near Montsaintmartin, he continually went back and forth over the crest of a hill during heavy artillery fire to care for the wounded. Home ad dress: Mrs. Thomas E. Swan, wife, Saginaw, Mich. SE EGT. RI'SSELL V. SOMES. Oo. T. 120th infantry. For extraordinary heroism in action near Cierges, France.' July ?,. 1915. Sergt. Somes advanced in front of his lines on the right of hill No. 212 under heavy machine-gun fire, and rescued three wounded soldiers. Later he went out into an advanced machine-gun po sition where three men had already been kille. 1 and rescued the only survivor, who had been blinded by shell fire and could not help himself. Home address: Edward Somes, father. 00 5 Young st., Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. PVT. RE ENA RR SCHFLTHEIS. machine gun company, 123th infan try. For extraordinary heroism in action near Tierny Holny, north of Soissons, France, Sept. 1. 1318. When the infantry was advancing in a po sition exposed to crossfire. Pvt. Schultheis volunteered and carried a message to the advancing troops, informing them that a machine-gun barrage laid down on the enernv emplacements was friendly fir;? from a unit not in thir support and act ing without orders to cover their advance. He delivered the message. returned across an open field swept by enemy machine-guns and there by made it possible for the infantry unit to advance 4 GO meters and gain its objective. Home address: An drew Schultheis-, father, 1013 Smith st.. Flint, Mich. PVT. FIRST CLASS EVERETT C. DRESSELL. machine mm company, 12"th infantry. For extraordinary heroism in action near Juvigny, France. Aug. .11. K'lS. After his company had captured two enemy field pieces anil a large quantity of ammunition, enemy artillery at- .'' , -4 i J7 Froren zx:i iooi vV.l 1 (Coryrlffht. International Nfi It -"V ". - I, "mi 1.1 jVJ' RirJ US. TtUmt Cflu ! ar roTovovovODvOT)vovovoTovoroToToTqg y THE MEW hK(oUOf pi P I fl Uiy BREW Q kS- Tho nrtmo rf Qililor V7cr cfnrnne for better ingredients -better flavor--- more zip and the hoppy taste---so desirable in a Q beverage this time of year. It has the tang of (j October air in every bubble that sparkles from the clear glass - bottle. Order a case for the home buy wherever drinks are sold. 5 IN THE MUESSEL BEV.CO. tempted to blow up the ammunition with incendiary shells. Pvt. Dressell. at great risk to his life from the explosion of shells and grenades, extinguished the tires, thereby insur ing the safety of his comrades and the retention by his company of it9 advanced position, Home address: Fred Dressell, father, South Haven, Mich. FRANKLIN D. RELLOWS, de ceased, observer. 30th aero squadron. For extraordinary heroism in action near St. Miehle, France, Sept. 13, 19 IS. Lieut. Rellows, with Second Lieut. Riivid C. Reebe, pilot, exe cuted a reconnaissance mission early in the morning of the second day of the St. Miehle offensive, in spite of low clouds, high wind and mist, fly ing at an altitude of only 300 meters and without protection of accom panying battle planes. Although sub jected to severe fire from ground batteries, they penetrated eight kilo meters beyond the German line. Lieut. Reebe's motor was badly damaged and Lieut. Rellows was mortally wounded and died just aft er the disabled machine landed safe ly in friendly territory. Next of kin: John A. Rellows, father, 1109 Green wood aw. Wilmette, 111. LATE BRITISH CAPTAIN WAS BURIED WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS; WASHINGTON. Oct 17 With full military honors, the body of Capt. A. A. Mackintosh. assistant military attache at the British em basy. who died recently from Span ish influenza, was buried Wednes day in Arlington national cemetery. Capt. Mackintosh w.v, a son-in-iaw of the Duke f Deonshire. gov ernor general of Canada, who was represented at the funeral by Lord Richard W. Nevill. The duke of Connaught, former governor general 1 of Canada, under whom Capt. Mack intosh had served, was represented bv Rrlg. Gen. C F. Trotter. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads ADLER BROS. On Michigan at Wa.hinton siruv l.sni. Tin: toiu; yon n; and HOYS. The Big Cut Rate Drug Store OTTO C. BASTIAN, MtrCiGIST. Auditorium Theater. 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