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.THE SOUTH SEND NEWS-TIMES
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Th e r.ihy Arrow football team
Sunday drff.it-! the Broadway
Timers of Toledo at Spring!;: ook
park by 1- Hf'orp f 1 I to 0 before a
crowd estimated at 7f,0. At no time
luring th" röntgst dil the heavy
Tdedo tram th.rea.ten he local goaL
Alhough outweighed l." pound tu
tho man, tho Arrows outfought, out
generaled and out played the visitors
in -ery department of the khii.-.
Things looked bad for Cmrh Mad
ig it: s outfit when they lined up for
the first l-lay after tho kick off.
folks on the sidelines openly de-
clared that the l'gers woro to '
t t 1 1 ... 1 A w .
neavy ior tne ngni ioc.ii ir ini, anu ! j 0
settled back to watch tho slaughter
a
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.IKIIOSOIMIAT SPAItF..
b--n definitely decided
mammoth tournament is to
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1 oii.l ly j rit.d and it is to be con-'i'i'-tf.l
;!on;' such lines 'hat it is
b.i'.rV. to attract bowlers for miles
in South Item! during the : 'f
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tiround, which al.o wilt hive a tn
. d'!i y to attr.o t ü '.ny vi-itors to
So'ith I'-rid. The f'h.irnt.'T of Com-
Ti i : i- will , appi o.irhcd it: tho , , ,
J jm.j. t. in .rl-r t obtain it oo-i
; -p -ration to niakf tin- out-of-town I 'Witwer. Vohirio
! c-ntrit s a hi.- siircrss. I
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a v i'i ) ai i rat u pri.t' use ui
or.- or tin' oi'-r f-atur-K l ttii
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Ia lierr. V hide
Pot'hlrnan, Com mercial
Sellers. Ha-!cs
Weitlmark, diver . . .
I rik i. City
to ' rn;i m n ; . the an.ioint ar.d size of ',
Hut wcdKht alone was insu:-i which win ,,;!(,- ; a m aur;
ient to win .Sunday's cont:'st. The ! th. nnt-.-i r of ..r.tri. -- r,-cf-iv-i
cappy Arrow a-trrc nation start-d : It is t-x'.m u A that awards to ' -NIt-lsn' in.-!'. Ci'y
in at once te.arin throuqh the- !.- , ih
fenso of their opponents, throwing Kuarant-el
;t. , McCorroici;, City
runners for a loss and blocking a'on
extent of at h-a.-t " f) can
to th- howlers, which ", ' u
..ff-. ;...,t i, s.-.. '..... !: Mef.ee. Lnit.l
pttnt. Their work was a surpri.se i
even to the staunchest supporters of
the orange and Mack crew. !
to travel n:ar;y mi! for in oppot
tunity t parti-ipat-.
It is ho'.ieved ntr
can
The Arrows re'istr rrd their first ! tained for this t.ir
touchdown in tho third quarter when
the left halfhack of th Timers let
n punt slip throuph his hands anl J
was forced to chaso it hack of the j
Arrow poal line, whre he apain lost I
it and Asklar of the Arrows drop
ped tho ball for a touchdown. Capt.
McCIuin kicked a. retty goal, having
c ntercd the game at the .start of the
second half. His presence in the
lineup seemed to pepper up the Ar-1
row team who took a new lease of
life and developed deadly accuracy
in their passinp, running and punt
ing. The Madian machine durintr
the f-ccond half worked with a
smooth precision that left no doubt
as to their ability to compete with
any professional team in tho country-
In Wallinff and Makielski. the
Arrows presented a dashing duo of
winp men who time and nain spill
ed the Ti;?cr intorferenco and pot
their man. Hobby Colup, th? heady
little quarterback, ran hin team like
the bitr leafruer lie is while Lodge
H.ii t, standard Oil
Voelkers. Cit
Heyde, City
Km. Dllose, mrnerci:J
Voelkers. Oliver
Cap. Harth. City
Zilky, Vehicle . . . .
Vo-kpy. United . . .
,f. oh-j emcje .
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. .-nt from ail
parts of the state. oin;; as far as 1 ' -w n. iiiuer .a,
inliar.aprdis, with the splendid rail- AtvafJ. rit.v
road iacilitit s now In lon e. hi- -"'. J 1
fiipi is si;ro to scad many howiers
aftr tlio bijr prize- list, while To-
! ledo. l'etroit. (irand Hapid:- and in-
teriiiO'.'.iato points ran be depended
uin t iiKikr suffiient entries to
orKaniz. a tournament of approxi
mately of 1 7)0 teams.
I.cal Leamu Clism'?. i
In line with the several le.ij.ius
who contemplated reorganization
for certain purposes it seems that
innre IcT-ucs were involved than
j were announced. Hut there was
j plenty of activity in making
amends. At the Kiks Temple the
Temple league has been reorganized
and five new teams brought in to
.action. Similar action will be taken
with the Antlers league this week,
where one of the clubs has been ne
glectd. Instead of adhering strwtly to tho
old line of a straight season sched
ule, which was originally intended
in the biir Oliver league, a change
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20 3
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2 or.
2 0 2
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Standard Oil La-tue
Clubs v. ... Pet.
Polarim s is .OCT
1'inols If l:: .rH
Red Crown 14 1 :t . 1 9
Parolites 12 10 .4 4 4
I'erfecticn 12 1.. 4.4
.Sern da o 11 IG .U-T
11. A !. ltangi' Lvamu.
'tubs V ' 1.. Pet.
Office 2 1 .107
2 0 0
120
Polishers . . . .
Huilders
Heads
Sunday
Clubs
Ktu!!
Kivt r Park . .
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! (.race
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11
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No- l . . . r.
Temple I'jiue.
Chibs
now i.i (i i: sr iin;s. : H lirs
Antlers League. Slags
Clubs v. L. Pet. i Horns .
Charms 12 6 .607 j Ixyals
Stars 12 f .607 j Cranes
Jewels 7 T .38"! Tusks .
Tylers ö 9 .5 0 0
Jaws 9 b .r00 ' Clubs
Pucks 7 S .4 67 I Tex.icos
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lla nkcrs League.
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anu lonny mi'Kfr nmsibipnuy iurpj(lf (.nniit(ls js j;0in to be em
e.ff tig gains. Capt. McGuin was j el The original schedule is to
easily the star of the game. He runs u. ",nVid-d and to be terminated on
like a bullet, is cool and calculating j th niuht of Iee. s. A special prize
at all times, and is a dangerous j si jS to be effective. A new season
man to be cut loose in an open field.
He scored the second touchdown
credited to the Arrows. The Arrow
line presented a stonewall defense
throughout the gam, and many
times forced the Toledo outtlt to
kick.
I'alr Se I rezent.
Thre was a goodly sprinkling of
the fair sex anions tho rooters.
Kor tho Toledo team Abie Lock-
ard, the diniinutivo .-tar playei ttie
lost. Kamo. He was In tho midst of
very play, and electritled the spec
tators several times by hin brilliant
runs. Credit is due him for keeping
the score down to two touchdowns.
The lineup was as follows:
Arrows (II) Tigers (0)
Walling Hillard
Left Lud.
Gore Pitson
Left Tackle.
A?klar
Left Guard.
ralicki-Huck
Center.
Smiprelski
Picht Guard.
KloMnski-Paul ,
Adams
Taylor
Armstrong
Houter
Tight Tackle.
raster Schell
Hlght l"nd.
Cdun Lockard-Hehm
Quarterback. i
Makicl?ki-Yaegcr Geis '
Left Halfback . j
ldgc-McOuin Woher
Illcht Halfback.
Gcberling Wallael
Fullback. j
Arrows Scoring: Touchdowns Ask- I
lar, McGuin; Kick givil MrGuin
(2). jtereree: Jvltne. .Notre ianie
ITmrlre: Dietz, Columbia, head !k-.s-
. man: Iluntman, South Penl. Tim
of quarters 12 minutes.
is to be inaugurated on Jan. 1 and
continued until April 16, a period of
16 weeks, maintaining, however, the
original roster of 20 teams, which
assures that the largest league in
Indiana will remain . intact.
Like in days of old. merchants
are taking- notice of the bowling
fraternity and in order to encourago
better work of bowlers on the
tlrhc.s special awards are to be
made. The first announcement of
this character is the Hovers Floral
Co., who will donate e.u h week a
boMuet of flowers to the bowler who
heads the News-Times roll of honor.
Any bowler playing in a regular or
ganized league will be eligible for
this special prize.
Thurn Leads Honor Holl.
The week just closed was not
quite up to the standard of the past
two weeks in the number and cali
ber of scores turned in for our roll
of honor. Hut there was a very
good representation, the feature of
which is that the younger genera
tion of the fraternity are continuing
to be prominent.
Hut it remained for one of the
veterans ?o carry off the palm, as
George Thurn. of the Hucktails, of
the City league, kicked in with 2 30.
This not alone gave him the highest
Clubs V.
Farmers Trust ... 16
First 14
Morris Plan 14
St. Joo 1.1
Citizens Xo. 2 .... 12
American No- 1 . . 11
Union Trust 11
American Xo. 2 . . S
Citizens Xo. 1 . . . . S
Citizens Xo. 3 . . . . 7
Merchants
American Xo. 3 . . . 6
City League.
Huckeyes 21
Koehler & Schäfer 21
Hoosier Creams .. IS
Werw inski Five . . 17
Hucktails 16
Liebelts 14
Studebakers 14
Silver Edge 11
Cosmopolitans ... 0
K. k S. Arrows ... 10
Hans Corp ti -
Conunervlnl Lea
Clubs W.
Cutter Co 17
Ind. Engraving ... 16
Olivers 16
Commercials 14
Standards 14
Orpheums 12
Lathe Works 10
Greening Specials. 9
L.
3
S
9
10
10
13
13
14
1 4
13
6
6
9
10
11
13
13
16
IT
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L.
10
11
11
13
u
15
17
IS
Cutter Co. IiOague.
Clubs W.
Shipping 17
Office 15
Foundry 14
Magneto 14
Motor Assembly .. 14
Accessories 12
Machine Xo. 1 ... 12
Inspection 11
Machine Xo. 2 ... It
Switchboard 11
honors for the week but it earned Truckers
MISHAWAKA BOWLERS
DEFEAT SOUTH BEND
him a fountain pen, from the man
agement of the alleys, as well. Don
ovan, of the Commercial l?ague.
was seeoml Idsrh with 2 4 3. while
Levy, of th Watch Co. league, got
the show place, with 233.
Hut one player was fortunate
! enough to topple enough for a 200
) average, Harry Morrison turning in
1 60 for the Kasles in the United
j league. The complete list -f play-
ts qualifying for our roll of honor
! are as follow.-:
j IMmts- l.'airtH
Timm. City
Tool Makers 6
Llks Ixaiguc.
Clubs
Hucktails
Zips ....
Peps
W.
IS
11
10
j Cubs y
Mishfuvaka ity team, whi-di
a match 1-owling game from
j HoTiovan. ommercial
i Levey, Watch Co. . . .
! Hoir.ski, West Side . .
i Maelyn. United
won I Ambe?. City : .
the j Morse. Citv
Score.
" i 0
.-!
ILofs
Hills ,
9
6
L.
i
9
10
10
10
12
12
i3
13
13
17
IS
L.
10
1 1
12
1-J
In
IVtlcrnl Ieague.
Club
Deers
Tails .
Orfuns
Grits .
Faw ns
Prongs
Koehler Shafcr team of South i Swinehart, 'ommercial
rüo.m. h.i.-i come I Moore, i
to i
P.end. Sunday, a
on! with a wepivg '"halVe.
any team in tie Twin iVies.
They will pi iy ar.w !t :m on any
alleys on ar.y Sum! iy afternoon.
Th tr i-trry was a dcc.Me or.e. tho
tsitors roj'.tr.g th fee cam- for a
as agair.s'
272 total
South li.-n-l
The mate!)
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n a r. a o ' j t f i t I v . i
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,a j
s
s t ion
'! : ed on the P.
at M i-haw ika.
-A:h Mish-
i-'.nr M:h
Th.
. .re
Atvas. Oliver
S. hreidt O'l, fliver . .
Schnelle. City
Van Kirk. Cit
Vockry." Vehicle ,
Hatfield. CommTeial .
1 1. Morrison. United . .
Scott. Oliver
H. C. Morrison. Eagles
Pice. United
( 1. Stewart. diver
twaka i Wiseman. Oliver ,
In for th;
y match ; 1
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Star k
lb.!. .
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Waaks
Totals
1 1
1
1 2 .'
l :
t s
: 'HAFf :p
1 - 6
1 7
2 1
t
1 4
4v
ni:nrr. i ny
: r:rniak. Wt Side
Talodt. Stan 1 trd il
j Turtle. K.. Like
' M -Agister. West Side
! C..-U. Unite !
... 2 4
. . .224
: o l - 2 2 rt
219
203-216
201-2 1 6
216
21 1
214
214
13
.211
.213
.212
.2111
.211
W.
1
13
10
10
y
4
Oliver Iuigue
W.
21
Accounting IS
Gray Iron IS
Engineers 16
....
O 4
to I
2öi Club
2 29 I Forge
n y
, to . r
Metal Pattern
Inspection
Stock
Warehouse
Production
Woh! Pattern
Purchasing . .
S. P. Hranch .
16
15
13
15
1
14
13
in
o : -
T WAKA
1 : :
ICee'le. C
Harth. N
La-, lud.
I..- -rer. .
u-- h.ck.
m me rcial 211
rcn to 2 11
211
h Co. .
iver ...
mm-"c ia
'."i:nu-rc
Hilling 12
Metal Pattern Xo. 2 12
Pesigning A 11
Planning: 11
Designing H 10
Factory 9
Te.d Makers 9
Chilled Fitting ... b
Singers Ieague
Club- W.
Pay Hell .
Gest
M: ehinery
1.
8
x
11
12
1 4
U
6
9
9
1 1
n
12
12
12
ir:
13
1 1
14
13
13
l;
16
17
IS
IS
19
2Pi Office
V.
2 . 6 J
V.- .
W.i'
"a i.
Un;;
1 i-
k. l:
lal
.210
. 2 1 f
. 2 1
. 2 1
. 2 ' 1 '.
. 2 ' 9
.2;S
Yard
T. - M . . .
linger
Clubs
Him ....
Tre. files . . .
Wlu.'s ....
L.
9
10
10
1 4
1 4
1".
14
14
l'l
10
9 !"
Foundry League.
W. L.
17
16
, S 16
Pet. I
.762
.567
.667
.619
.371
.524
.342
.3S1
.3S1
.333
.333
286
.778
.7 7 8
.667
.630
.59 3
.519
319
.407
.:)75
.370
.250
Pet.
.630
.392
.593
.519
.519
.444
.370
o y
i o
Pet.
.700
.623
.583
.5 S3
.5S3
.500
.500
.45S
.438
.45S
fi
. to
.250
Pet.
8 5 7
.524
.476
.429
.429
.2 sr.
Pet.
.667
.619
6 5 6
.476
.429
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m m s
. o
.67
.667 j
.3 9 3 j
593
.5 5 6
.556
.556
.519
.519
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.4SI
.444
.444
.407
.4 07
.370
i
.33 3
.296
Pet.
.25
re
. 5 .
.5sn
.417
.417
Pe t. i
.70s
. 6 6 7
Eagles
I Mann Stars
15
14
10
L.
1
1
C
0
L.
o
4
S
Pally Harbers .... S 10
Coil Specials 7 11
S. A. Vets 0 18
Watch Co. League.
Clubs W. L.
H.inking 16 S
Dials 15 9
Flat Steel 13 11
Finishing 10 14
Jeweling 10 II
Jobbing 8 16
West Side league.
Clubs W- I.
Happy Five 21 3
Durst Specials .... 15 9
Werwinski Five ..13 11
Internationals ... 11 13
Alma 9 15
Choka Stars 9 15
Freehafer Drugs .. 9 15
Makiclski Cigars. . 9 15
A ii to.
W
1 4
14
1 "
11
CLUPS
Carburators ....
Starters
Tops
Cylinders
Horns 11
Hoods 10
Radiators 10
Windshields 9
Pistons 7
Equalizers 6
Trio league.
CLUPS W.
Preakers 21
Hodies 16
Manifolds 16
Pollers 12
Hearings 9
Defferentials 7
Tires V 7
Frames 6
Speedometers 6
Limps 3
Vehicle.
CLUBS W.
Axles 15
Hounds 13
Tongues 13
Holsters 12
Studebakers 12
L.
S
1 0
10
1 1
11
12
14
15
P t.
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. ; ; l
.56 ;
.27S'
.278 I
P.V
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.ooo !
i
pet. !
.S 3 3
.77S
.556
444
.389
.000
Pet.
.667
.623
.542
.417
.417
.333
Pet.
. S 7 3
.625
.542
.4 58
O to
O t O
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Pet.
.667
.667
.619
.524
.524
.47G
.476
429
n
....
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Jaws vs. Jewels.
Hankers League
First vs. Citizens Xo- 3.
St. Joe vs. American No. 3.
Citizens Xo, 1 vs. Citizens Xo.
Union Trust vs. Farmers.
Morris Plan vs. Amir.can Xo
Me rchants , s. American Xo. 1.
diver league
Forge vs- Engineers.
Warehouse vs. Designing.
S. IL Branch vs. Toolmakers.
Purchasing vs. Metal Pattern
Xo. 2.
Designing H vs. Production.
Accounting vs Wood Pattern.
Pilling vs. Metal Fatten Xo. 1.
Flanning vs. Stock.
; Chilled Fitting vs. Inspection.
I Factory vs. Grey Iron.
Friday,
i Sincer L auo
j Six clubs,
j Standard ')il League
I Six clubs.
' Wilson Pros. Ieagut?
1 Four Clubs
! Temple League
Tusks vs. Horns.
Hairs vs. Loya Is.
Stags vs. Cranes.
Automobile Ler.gue
Monday Equilizera
wards its big intersectional clash!
with the cadets. I
The 1919 engagement will m.irl:
the sixth meeting of the two teams, j
IST1TEI!
-. j Xotre Dame has the edge on her ri
i val. having won three of the
l
W TT
hvf-:
g.um-s. Saturday's encounter wiil
give dopestc-rs their first opportuni-;
ty to compare eastern and westeni
football this season. Hoth elevens;
are generally admitted to be repre-ji ri.. I !J,J T.,
.ontative of their respective sections.; Is Only Undefeated Team
Saturda's rtsults on the gridiron!
leaves Xdre Da nie and Ohio State
as the only two large western sh. oN;
with undefeated teams. Faus will be;
j able to get a line on the comparative'
jstrenfjh of Chic" Ilarley's and!
; "Pete" P.ihan's elevens by watching
! ti1( results of the games with Pur-
in
Conference Outfit Up
sets Occur.
vs. Wi mi
ch ields. x
Tuesday Radiators vs- Horns
Wednesday Hoods vs. Cylinders.
Thursday Starters vs. Tops.
Friday Carburetors vs. Pistons.
United League
Monday Coil Specials vs. S. A.
Vets.
Tuesday Mann Stars vs. Daily
Harbers.
Friday Eagles vs. Texacos
Studebaker Trio league
Monday Speedometors vs. Dif
ferentials. Tuesday Tires vs. Frames.
Wednesday Breakers vs. Mani
folds. Thursday Lamps vs. Hearings.
Friday Hodies vs. Rollers.
Vehicle League
Monday Reaches vs. Studehak
ers. Tuesday Hubs vs. Rims.
Wednesday Tongues vs. Axles.
Thursday Reaches vs Spokes.
Friday Hounds vs. Axles.
West Side League
Monday Choka Stars vs. Durst
Specials.
Tuesday Makielskl vs. Interna
tionals. Wednesday Happy Five vs.
Alma.
Friday Werwinski vs. Freehafcr
Drugs.
due. Ohio meets the Hoilermakers
CHICAGO, Nov. ?..
of the startling ups
i the race for the v
- As a resu'.t
ts Saturday in
tern conference
Saturday end Xotre Dame
them Nov, 22.
Tu Men Injured.
Injuries to Bergman and
in the Indiana game have
State
lootbad championship, Ohio
meets j toni'ht is the only undefeated elev
en remaining in the spectacular
j struggle. But if the upsets should
Traft on t continue and Purdue defeat Orio
tlirown i st,,. nevt X.if nr.ln v the T t n rdc f vrs
consternation into the Gold and Blue-Win ho in a complicated tie for the
quarters.. Bergman suffered torn! -bier ten" honors, but the strong
I H:imr-nta tn h ic bnc.A Ha 1 . 1 . 1 1
to the station from the hotel yester
day morning with the aid of a cane.
He didn't notice the injured member
the
until after a night's rest. Trafton's
knee, which caused him so much
trouble before the Nebraska game,
was bruised again Saturday. Coach
Itockne stated Sunday night that he
doubted if either would be in condi
tion to enter the Army game.
RUM VILLAGERS WIN
OVER GOLDEN MANNS
Ilims . .
Skims .
Hubs . .
Spokes .
Reaches
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ill INDIANA Mi
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May Not Be Able to Play
Against Army Saturday
Tears Ligaments.
The Rum Village eleven tied up
the series with Goldie Mann's club
by administering a 6 to 0 defeat on
Sunday afternoon at Lceper park.
The final and deciding game will be
played at Oliver field later in the
season. The first game played re
sulted in a 6 to 0 victory for the
Mann crowd, while in the second
the two teams battled to a 6 to 6
tie.
Sabo, Carson and Erhart were
the shining lights for the Villagers.
while Xevcns pla.yed best for Goldie
Mann. The Villn&ers would like to
arrange a came with any team In or
out of town. Games may he ar
ranged by calling Joe Penks, jr., at
Main 7T. 17 or by writing to S05 W.
Indiana a v.
BEN KOEHLER TQ MANAGE
LAP0RTE TEAM IN 1920
.3 SI
.551
,190
(JAM KS THIS WKKK.
Monday.
Cutter Co- League
Twelve clubs.
Watch Ci. league
Dials vs. Jobbers.
Finishing vs. Flat Steel.
Hanking vs. Jeweling.
Tu owl ns'.
Commercial league
Ind. Fngravlng vs. Commercials
Greening Specials vs. Orphvums.
Lathe Works vs. Standards.
Olivers vs. Orpheums.
Kiks League
Hills vs. Hoofs.
Hucktails vs. Zipps.
Peps VS. Cubs.
Sunday School league
First vs. St. Paul No- 1.
River Park vs. Stull.
Grace vs. St. Paul No. 2
Wednesday.
City league
Buckeyes vs. Tuttle Corporation.
Hucktails vs. Werwinski Five.
Gosmppolitans vs. Liebelts.
Hans Drugs vs. Silver Kdge.
IIoc5ier Creams vs Studebakers.
Koehler & Schäfer vs. K. t S.
Arrows.
Federal League
Proncs vs. ails
Peprs s. Orfuns.
Singer Foundry League
Treadles vs. Hrpces
Le?s vs. Wheels.
Thursday.
Antlers League
Stars vs. Tykis.
Pucks vs. Charm
et.
.71
.619
.619
.5 71 The Notre Dame football team has
.571 something to strive for this week.
.476 Having tucked away the Indiana
.476. chamnionshiD bv virtue of the vie-
i -
tory over the state university Sat
urday, the Gold and Blue men are!
now prepared to advance their claim
to consideration as a national title
contender. A victory over the Army
at West Point this week end would
give Rockne's men a dying start to
wards the American honors.
It will be a tough Job. trying to
subdue those scrappy cadets who
have vanauished such opposition as-
Middleton, Maine, Boston
Special to The News-Times:
LAPORTE. Ind.. Nov. 1 If plans
are consummated the Importe base
ball team in 1920 will be under the
captaincy and direct management of
Ben Koehler. of South Bend, who
during thi season just closed had
charge of the team on the held. It
is said the Advance-Rumely Co..
will make a liberal appropriation for
the putting of a first class ball team
in the hell next season and that
Koehler is the choice of th
pany ornciiis ior me manager
berth. If the Advance-Rumely club
Ohio eleven appears to have
championship already bagged.
Before Saturday's games, few
shrewd followers of football gave
Illinois a chance to down Chicago,
and only a scattering believed that
Minnesota would triumph over Wis
consin. Still the Illini and Gophers
displayed a brilliant brand of foot
ball that was totally unexpected.
Illinois" 10 toO victory over Chicago
is attributed to Coach Zuppke's per
fection of the close and open at
tack, lie used this stylo of play a
year a;o when Illinois defeated
Iowa 19 to 0 in one f the biggest
surprises of the season.
Reverses Form.
Minnesota showed complete re
versal of form in winning from Wis
consin 19 to 7. Th- Gophers had
showed anything but a brand of
football which warranted a victory
over Wisconsin, having been held
to a tie by Nebraska and being de
feated by Iowa. The Minnesotans
apparently had tsruck their gate and
from now on undoubtedly will be
a hard aggregation to beat. North
western fumbled a wonderful op
portunity to triumph over Michigan
and lost 16 to 13 after outplaying
the WoLerines for the first three
periods. With defeat facing them
the Wolverines came from behind
and placed Northwestern on the
defensive and put over two touch- J
downs in the last nine minutes of j
play. j
Notre Dame won a well earned j
victory over Indiana 16 to 3 in a
game which gives the, South Bend
eleven the Indiana championship.
Purdue won from the Michigan
Aggies 13 to 7, after an intiresting
struggle played on a muddy field.
Ames added to the surprises of
CRAPSH00TERS AT CAMP
SHERMAN ROLL DICE ALL
DAY FOR PLUMBERS PAY
COLUMBFS. O.. Nov. 3. Aü
tounded by tho mass of evidnc
tending to show that the governmen1
had been defrauded of thousands, U
not millions of dollars, in the con-
i struction of Camp Sherman, Con-
j gres.-man Lewis C. McKenzie, IUI
t nois, chairman of the sub-conpres
i . . ...
Mon.il committee wnicn is investigat
ing the cimp construction, deo'arei'
last night that he will introduce i
; 3 ill in congress making it treason tc
: defraud the government in time ;
I w ar.
j That fifty Chicago profe?w:ona.
I crans shooters obtained nositions a.-
plumbers at Camp Sherman anc
were paid regular plumber's wag.
of JS.25 per day though they spen
their time "rolling the bones' w.c
testified to today by Ben M. Clark
Chi'dicothe, timekeeper for contrac
tors building the Camp Shrrmar
cantonment. These craps shooter,
made as much as J 1 0 0 per day ;i
their profess'on Clark said. He sii
to his knowledge they never worker
at plumbing a day.
A. M. GROVES ADDRESSES
SOUTH BEND ON CANAL
FORT WAY NF, Ind.. Nov. 2.
Simultaneously from Washington
I). C. and Fort Wayne, speakers wd
start Monday on the tinal a:a-
paisn
for
the selection of the Cin
cinnati-Chicago route for the cnii
struction of a barge canal, mu
under consideration 1 y the Fr.it. c
States government t'onr. 1'.. F
Wolty )f Ohio will open the cam
paign in Ohio with sj.techcs at Day.
ton and Cincinnati, and A. M
("troves, a. canal man of Fort Wayne
will open the Indiana campaign
South Bend Monday. Meetings wi!
J'' held also in Michigan City .a: a
other lake town4 In northern '.,-
ana. Before leaving the city S :n
day niprht. Mr. Groves K.ild:
"I have positive information l!i
one of thre propos. 1 routes v.,'
be built. The route through rsorth-
rn Indiana in my opinion i-; th
only ne of the three worth conoid-
( ration."
PRUSSIAN DIVORCES
INCREASE SINCE WAR
PF R LIN, Nov. C. Diver. s ir
Prussia have increased notably ;-:!
the war. u.w.rding statistics i :
sued by the authority s. nly tho
wh apply to experienced attorr.
and press for alimony ar.d d'im.ai;. -
....., 1 .. 1.,. .1 r f r. '.-. .r V 1 . 1. -
r.ii'iHi.ii ii hi i ' ... i us ,m ui.in.i ever collect, T'lT:se TiT. .'!.'
while Iowa had r.o trouble in breez- pensation is not taker, up at th
ing through its game with South j vorce trial, and !--r..v P.- f. w
' Ol i
Dakota.
carriers out its progress of athletic
activities an offer will be made to
Koehler to move to Importe and be
come the active head of this department.
;Carrier Pigeons
agenal
Carry Note from
King and Queen
I sue the matter after the decree
! b en graute'!. Likewise j,e
'is subject to taxation.
h
MEXICAN ELECTIONS
WILL BE PEACEFUL,
SAYS PRES'T CARRANZA
IlRUGGIHT,
ABBtorlnm Tlwater.
The Big Cut Rate Drug
Store
OTTO C BASTIAN,
MKXICO CITY. Nov. .". Discus
sing the forthcoming elections with
Mexico City newspapermen in Quer
etaro, Ppst Carranza, of Mexico,
declared there was no reason to an-
College ticipate any other than peaceful vot-
NKWPORT NBAS. Va.. Nov. ?.. -
Four carrier pigeons bearing mes
sages from the king and fjueer. of
Belgium returned Sunday to Fort
ress Monroe, having b en liberated
Saturday night fria th Oeorc
Washington, far out to -ea. On"
bud carrie.l the following message
to Mrs. Wilson:
"This ;,ird will bring you ani the
president our most affectionate jne-
In their victory overt
and Tufts.
Tufts last Saturday,
showed that they are never beaten
until the game is ended. With the
score LI to 7 against them at the
close of the third quarter, the sol-J
riiers came back in the final round'
and amassed seventeen points.
Army scouts were in attendance at
the Indiana-Notre Dame game and
while they admit that the locals are
a powerful bunch, yet they are con
fident the eastern eleven will conquerj
the Hoosier champions. The West
Point team is the last word in mech
anical perfection. A corps of twenty-two
coaches is employed to teach
the soldier athletes the artistry of
"pigskinism."
Ntrt Dame Heady.
But Rockne's huskies are una
bashed. They not only think they'll',
take the West Point clan into camp.i
but they expect to whale them de-!
cisively. The Notre Dame schedule; miner
this year is laid, out on the same,
principle ns in the past years with J
an idea of having the s-iuad in great j
shape for the Army game, the mostj
important contest of the season, JusO
ing throughout the republic and ex--sage. (signed) Albert. Flizabrth
the "Loots"! Prf'sspd be belief that candidates
for the presidency should begin an
nouncing themselves and shaping
their campaigns.
Pres't Carranza reiterr.ted em
phatically that lie would not be a
J third terra candidate, asserting that
he preferred to turn the office over
to a man elected by popular vote
and to retire to private life. The j
chief executive said that he de med j
t V. r Litt rccortlv i r t i-rrl 1 1 V a I
l,,' ...... .- - - ..V. 1 V . .J T V ill .11
senate granting amnesty to all for
mer enemies of the government who
now are supporting it in good faith,
to be unwise at the present time.
He thought, however, that such len
iency might be extended after th
elections.
A mess age to 3irs. I treck ir: ride
Ixmg, wife . f assistant seeretaty of
the state department, signed by M ,
L. c.irard, secretary to the roval par-,
ty said:
'The king and qiir'-n wii-h to'
thank you, for th" splendid hospital:-,
ty you have ben so kind as to ex
tend to them in your beautiiul
home."
YUDENITCH'S ARMY IS
GAINING, SAYS REPORT
I'.y AS iated P!-ss ;
HLLSINOF P.S. Saturdny
Nov. 1.
j The latest reports from the nnr.y
. cf Cen. Yudenltch declare that he
j is steadily advancing on the entire
mini: whistlks to iilow. , froru bffire PotrOKraii an i to the
K ANSVILLE, Ind., Nov. 2. Sr,Uth. his light flank being fully
.Mine wnisucs win mow as uguai rr.u-MoA .-s the res-tilt of the nr.
here Monday morning and any: k- tho t'shniins.
to
coal
shot
last
who wish to may go back
according to prominent
operators here. However, th"
firers did not enter the mines
night and operators think no
i ess
Sunday the Rrit'.sh fleet continued
its bombardment of all the -3
etw r-c
the Finnish r'et anu
miners will return in the morning.
Kr-'sri ti.i (iorka. '-ncounce-i .,y
Vt;denitch's improved position.
as Harvard points towaras tne aie no violence wx reported during tr.e i TlltflCO kl .
if.atch. so does Notre Dame head to-' day and none Is expected- IfV IM EWS-TI ftl ES VJnt 0 0-.
mm South Bend
& Northern
Indiana
Railway Co.
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
RAILWAY COMPANY
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