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PIN DEFEAT ON WINOOSKI Barre American Legion Team Came Out Victori ous, 12 to 6 IN A FAST GAME : ON LINCOLN FIELD A Lazy Liver "Frs a great deal of trouble, blT iiicsa, constipation and sick lirhe. Do not put up with it; ..oct it at once by taking Hood's Pills Vs.lo by 0. L Uood Co., Lowell, .Miss. Laird Was the Big Feature for the Soldier ; ' ' -K Team ' A defeat which has been two year. cominz was hung on the speedy Wi nooski team by the Barre American Le gion eleven Saturday afternoon at th Lincoln campus. The final score was 12 to 0 and it was not only the first de feat the Winooski crowd had suffered in two years but it was the. first time tlia team had been scored on during tltftt period. For that reason, to say the affair was fast would be putting it mildly. It was a young whirlwind from start to finish and the 400 odd fans ho wers present received a treat far be yond their most extreme hopes. -', Winooski had defeated Barre 6 to 0 two weeks before and it was generally expected that, in the face of the repu tation of the team they would once more emerge victorious. "Sat so the vet ," erans, however, and they performed a most beautiful comeback. What both teams lacked in science both made up in speed and action and there were mighty few dull minutes from the first whistle to the last. The visitors had the jump on Barre en before Jhe game started because they were better organized but the local crowd simply swept them off their feet. Laird, he of Montpelier, was the big gest part of the game. Little moss grew under his feet during the afternoon and mighty few attempts to pass him were successful. . , It was Laird who made both of Barn's tallies and he it was who spoiled so many of Winooski's chances that all track of them were lost. He simply couldn't be stopped or pas. It was also Laird who provided the feature of the game, an 80-yard run for touchdown, with no interference to help him. But right here let it be sari that while Laird played by far the best game of anyone on the field the resit of the Legion eleven wasn't doing much standing around or looking on. King, Kingston and Sawyer on the line made an attempt to plunge through that part of the landscape about as pleasant as a dynamite sand wich. Paul played a splendid game at quarter and little Pete Morgan, who was used frequently as a sub at the ends, soon taught the visitors to have a wholesome respect for him. The first score of the game was in the first period after about eight ruinuua of plsy. Weston recovered the Wi nooski kickofT and made a pretty dasrt to Winooski s 10-yard line. After few downs with no, gains Winooski took the ball on a fumble and on th next down Dubue punted to the -1) yard line. Laird recovered the ball however, and brought it back to the 10 yard line again. Of all the football bat tics seen at the campus what followed next was by a long way the best. Plunge after plunge Barre made but gained only a yard each. However, rhe play finally reached the Winooski goal line and on the next dewn Laird went around right end for the tally. Paul missed the. kick. Bob Pollinger was about the best bet the Winooski team brought along ana it was ne who brought about the visitors' lone score." In the second quar ter Barre had slowly worked down to Winoocki's 15-yard line and a forward pass was attempted. Pollinger, how ever, Dad been everywhere so far dur ing ine game and as a consequent a ngn mere to intercept the throw wnicn woum nave meant another tally for Barre. He made a perfec t catch and men went flown the field with good in terference oeside him to liar re's .'10 yard mark. From there on Winooski crept a ram or two at a time until .vientzer finally managed to work through right center and topple over iu ne witn ine oau. Scruggs missed me jck Ud it was six all. Then, in the third period, came the crux of Mr. Laird's larje afternoon. Barre had kicked off and Winooski had slowly but surely rolled down toward ine goal line. At the 13vard line Wi nooski attempted a forward pass which would have meant another score for the visitors. The pass was delayed. i,u iuru intercepted it. Kignt through Winooski he went be fore anyone realised what had hap p-neo. trerr attempt to tackle he threw end finally he had about 30 yarns oi clear running for the taily Cuticura Beautifies Your Complexion The daily tne of the Soap cleanses and purifies the pores of the skin, thus prevent ing blackheads and pimples. The Oint meat used occasionally, as needed, soothes and heals any irritation or roughness. They are ideal for the toilet as is also Cuticura Talcum for perfuming. SuspliSKitrrMbrMttl. A4iM:"0sMmtk. rMrU.Dpt t, U1I, Hmi." Sold mrf dwt Sop2Se. Ointment X and toe. likmlk, jfcaaF"'Ciiticara Soap shavM without mug. MANFREDA WAS AWHOLETEAM Made All 21 Points for Rut land High Against Spaulding - , v " ALSO TACKLED' 1 LIKE A FlfcND He then attempted the kick but missed and the score was 12 to 6. The rest of the game was one of give and take or see-saw. Now in Barre territory and now in Winooski the ball went up and down until the final whistle with nei ther side becoming dangerous. Giacherio of the Barre team was struck in the left eve in the third pe riod and was forced. out of the game. Booth took his pjace. The lineups: Barre Legion Webster, le.....! Mortimer, It. . . . , King, lg... Kingston, c Sawyer, rg. ..... . Watson, rt...... Giacherio, re..... Laird, rhb....... Allen, lhb. v J. Tomasi, fb. .. . Spaulding Was Near Score at End of the First " ' '. Half, .lg, Anger It, Peteis le, Mareotte .Ihb, B. Pollinger , rhb, Scrugs fb, Raccine Substitutes, Booth, Wilson, Bjorn and Morgan for Barre; Kirby, htere. ove, Desautel, Mentzer and Tabany for Winooski. Touchdowns scored, by Laird 2, by Mentzer. Referee, Willey. Um pire, Cheney. lieadlinesman, uower. Time, four ia-minute periods. Too much Manfred -is the sum and substance of Spaulding's defeat it the Iiands of Rutland high school at Rut land Saturday." The Barre boys played pood football all. the time but'. Man fred, the Rutland star, was too much. The score was 21 to 0. Rutland started right off by scoring two touchdowns in the first period. Both were brought about by Man freda, who tecovered two fumble. of punts. This handicap didn't stop the Barre boys from working hard and they were on the Rutland five-yard line when the whistle blew at the end of the first half. In the third period they came back fresh and game and went out to tie things if it was hu manly possible, but even in trying trick plays it was impossible t- fig ure Manfred. It was he who blocked most of Barre's passes and who Aid most of the tackling. O'Kecfe, Orlando and Ellenwood filayed a fast game in the center ot ilie ine and Rutland avoided that part of the grid all afternoon. O'Leary was shifted to quarter to lead the team early in the- game and showed up ex ceptionally well at the berth which .rt, C, Follinger I was comparatively new for him. The . ,,.rg, Saumail J summary; I I I one eleven .";.': Virginia I Winooski , . .re, iwrey jnre ? BURLEV Notables TURKISH The three greatest cigarette tobaccos, blending MILDNESS -MELLOWNESS-AROMA one -eleven cigarettes 20fi15 111 FIFTH AVE. Jill w ' , , N V' vl"r fe 3;vf mrj w if - .-Vrn !-7 fXP'w arO'-?rvW' rill iL2k.e "r?-'"'r--"wn r.y. I - Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffncr & Man In the Whirl Blobson That girl is very keen to 6e in the whirL Taylor Then tell her to come down to our office and come in by the re volving door when a crowd of messen ger boys are going through. Houston Post. YOU GET THEM DAILY AND SUNDAY Do you enjoy good sto ries? The Boston Globe during the course of the year in its Daily and Sun day editions, gives you sev era! complete novels, a short story t every day in its Sunday Magazine stories equal to those printed in the best of the monthly publications, and in addition the best of comics and best sporting news, reliable ne.ws re ports and everything that makes a newspaper enjoy able to every member of the family. Make the Globe your Boston newspaper. Order the Daily and Sunday Globe regularly from your newsdealer or newsbev. . Nothing Banal in That F. P. A. quotes well-known editor as writing: v iteuius, tne emperor from whom we get our word 'vittles'." Perhaps he wrote that in desperate effort to avoid what someone has called his 'Brisbanalities." Boston Transcript. Rutland Barter, le...,, Oney, It....... Shedd, lg. Bove, c. . . . . Anderson, rg. re, Miles . ..rt, 0'lvefe . . .rg, Or!andi ...... c, Oalli .lg, Ellenwood t Spero t It,- Abiat Lannhan, re...... .....le, Nk-era Rice, qb .qb, Watkins Manfreda, lhb rhb, Slayton Chaples, rhb lhb, O'Lenrv Gosshn, fb.,... fb, Br,t!i Score, Rutland 21 j touchdowns, if an freda 3; Goals from touchdown, Mf.n freda 3; referee, Barrett; umpire, Wil nanis. FIELD GOAL WON. Middlebury Defeated Norwich By Sear of 3 to 0. Middlebury, Oct. 17. Middlebury won from Norwich 3 to 0 Saturday at . d.n .jn i . t oner neia. ffiiauicoury. Kept tne Da: in Norwich's territory in the first half, chiefly through the powerful plunging oi jjrost, lioiinicK ana JJaley, .An in tercepted forward pass saved Norwich from seeing the blue over the line for a toochdown. In the third period Norwich 6ut played Middlebury slightly for few Lri THE UNIVERSAL CAR It ('hMTiior' 3rs3? ' f fi3 $660 I l lr Wttk Stmrtmrmttd Jmmammtmklm fthnm Genuine Common Sense Many Ford owners can afford to own and oper ate any car they may choose, but they prefer a Ford "because it is a Ford." For "because it is a Ford" means dependability, ease of operation, efficiency -and it means sure, quick transportation. And "because it is a Ford" means Rood taste, pride of ownership and genuine Common Sense. The Ford Sedan, a dosed car of distinction, beauty and convenience, is the ideal all year "round car, for pleasure or business for the farm, town or city. It gives you all that any car can give at a much lower cost for operation and maintenance. Ford Cars of all types are in great demand, so place your order at once if you wish to avoid delay in delivery. Perry Automobile Co. "Authorized Ford Agency Garage 30 WasJungtoa St, Barre, fcL 800 Carac 5' State St, MontpeUer, TtL ;i-W. minutes. Middlebury goal was In dan ger for the first time, but the blue re gained the ball on blocked punt, los ing it almost immediately on a fum ble. The penalizing of Norwich for 1? yards removed the danger. In the fourth period Quackcnbus'i won the game for Middlebury with a 24-yard field goal. The lineups: Middlebury Norwich Norton, le re, Hyland fotratz, It..... rt. Walker Reinbrccht, lg rg, Mahoney' Monihan, c c, Radigan Kalin, rg lg, Tyler J Gallagher, rt..., It, Flander Kepjfler, re le, Manor 1 Quackenbusb, qb... qb, Bradley' Daly, lhb rhb, Smitii j Drost. rhb lhb. IX-witt n .!:,.!. fk in. a ! Ii uuuiiii:., 1 u. ....,. 1 u, ojarrow Score, Middlebury 3. Ooal from field, Qtiackenbnsh. Referee, .1: Keegan. Um pire, MeCarty. Time, 12-niin. periods. This is something worth shout- ing about t The Hart Sehaffner ST. ALBANS HAD AN EASY TIME & Marx Defeated Montpelier High School, 37 to 0, and Could Have Made It More. St. Albans high school added anottet to its list of victories when it played Montpelier high school football team in Montpelier fcaturday afternoon, win ning by a score of 37 to 0; and the team could have piled up a large score if it had not been for the fact that many substitutes were used in the last half of the game. Montpelier had one chance to score but this was lost for the attempt was made on the old shoe string play. Montpelier's man was un guarded but he lost his head and dropped an excellent forward pass. ht. Albans tried several trick plays. Montpelier bucked the line all of the first two periods with no success but in the last period they tried end runs and attempted forward passes which took up time. The quarterback also used his head in spoiling a lot of time getting his plays away which also kept the visitors from handling the ball. St. Aibans intercepted several for ward passes during the game. It was case ot mature team plavinx against one that has not been drilled to any extent. The lineups: St. Albans Montpelier Lavallce, le.....' re, IVnmort Hates. It rff, Brvan rt, Beers , . . .c, Lindsay ... lg, Turner .rt, 1'atterson re, Kane . ..qb, Tomu.i .rhb, Douceit ..lhb, McLean . . . f b, Spooner Goals, Lamb, Willis. Goal kicked, E. Willis. Referee, Hatch. Time, four 10-min. periods.' styles in suits and overcoats for 1921 are here New colorings; new fashion ideas; new fabrics. Prices one-third lower . than those of fall 1920 Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers Barre, Vermont, Tel. 275-M The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes J. Willis, lg Sharrow, c Katill, rg Vallee, rt , W. Willis, re Godfrey, qb Abell, lhb l.amb. rhe K. Willis, fb Score. St. Albans 37. Abell 2. tlodfrev, E. College Football Results. Harvard 10, Georgia 7. Boston college 23, Bsylor 7. Boston university 7, VYesIeyan 0. Vermont 6, Tufts 0. Navy 13, Princeton 0. Yale 23. Williams 0. Dartmouth 14, Tennessee .". Svracuce 2. Tennessee 3. Army 21, Wabash 0. Maine 7, Rhode Island 3. Bowdoin 7. Trinity 0. Colby 7, Bates 7 . New'lfampuhire 41, Lowell Textile 7. Springfieid 34, fctevens 18. Amhert 6, t'nion 0. Cornell 110, Western Reserve 0. Connecticut A. C. 21, St. Stephens 0. I'enn Mate 2S, l-hish 7. Pennsylvania 7, fwarthmore 7. Detroit 5., W. Virginia Weslejaa 0. Centre 28, ft. Xavier . . Dartmouth, Z5, 2H, Springfield 2d 0. Bowdoin 2d 7, Thornton academy U. i (ioddard Nem. 7, Norwich, "25, 0. Middlebury 3, Norwich 0. Rutland H. S. 21, Spaulding II. S. 0. Lyndon Inst. 12, Burlington H. S 0. Fuss About Hit Future. t A park orator returning bom flushed with his oratorial efforts, and also from other causes, found mild curate seated opposite in the tramcar. "It may interest you to know," be said truculently, "that I dont believe in the existem of "eaven." The curate merely nodded and went on reading his newspaper. "You don't quite realize," said the park orator, "what I'm trying to make clear. I want Ton tn understand that I dont believe lor a single, solitary mo. merit that such place as eaven ex ists." "All ritrht, n richt ," answered the ; curate pleasantly "go to hell only ' I " ' 1 1 v III "V T lJUil w ujuib IUB, Will it. London Tatler. Good Business. Strsnger Why da you allow the pigs to run loose in your streets? Mayor of C'omrtlle Why, !hy keep the grass and weed out of he roadways and that gives the stre;s a tidier and more business like appear ance. Uoufton Pott. Printer Wa Peeved. Charley Harria of Fort Worth. Texas, friend of Mr. Nubbin-rs in the printing businest, got slightly peeved at a letter from a doctor who wanted bids on several thousand let terheads, different sixes, di.Tt.ent grades and different colors, and wanted the printing form held standing. So Charley took his typewriter in hand and wrote: i "Am in the market for bids on one operation for appendicitis. 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