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TIMES, BARRE, VT.V THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922. IOWANS INVADE YALE'S BOWL Champions" of Western Conference on Their Way East. WILL MEET YALE - NEXT SATURDAY THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY All Iowa Is Tremendously Interested in the Out- '. r , ''v?; . . , come. ; ip'v Iowa. City, Oct. 12 (By the Asso eiated Press). farmers of Iowa to-day have forgotten about the pric of corn, the' market value of choice..hogs and the usual talk about bumper or lean crops, all because 25 of their ions, mem ber of the University of Iowa football eleven, 1921 champion cf the western conference, are on their way to New Haven, Conn., to play Vale in the Yale bowl Saturday in the fciggest football game in Iowa's history. Big, for a score of reasons, among which are these: The rival teams are coached 1 by brothers Howard Jones and' brother Tad, famous meatora of the; Yale eleven; that all Iowa has sneaking notion that the Black and Gold eleven may conquer Yale, ani most important of all is the convic tion that "Iowa fights," no matter how tough the opposition. - Iowa's championship eleven of a yea ajro made that slogan famous in the mid-west. With the same fighting spir it, Iowa promises to give ale the figli of the year when the tiami square off on the bottom of the Xsio bowl, bat urday afternoon. . Coach Jones promises his famous ...' brother everything in the way of the jrestern open came that the west ha to offer. His attack probably will con sist almost entirely of shift and passes, ,. although he will have Captain Gordon Locke, his great plunging fullback, hand any time that he elects to try the ' mettle of the bull dog line. James, him . self a former Yale star end and later coach there, will be well equipped to counter the Yale offensive. -v Iowa'a offensive is a mixture of t'ie V old and new in football Captain Locke 4S ued as the pivot for Coach Jones line smashing tactics, while his enL and half backs co-operate with the quarter in the open passing and shift ing game. The open style probably will be chiefly In evidence against Yale as Coach Jones has developed a system of shifts that he thinks will be effective Although Coach Jones lost seven let ter men last year, his team has shown offensive strength this year. Captain Locke is at his old place in fullback. In place of Aubrey Devine at left half back have been developed Minick, veteran guard, who awumed Devlne's kicking role, and Parkin, who takes care of the generalship and the dis patching end of passes at nuarterbark "Duke" Slater, the giant negro, who last season was accustomed to take out one side of the opponent's line when gains were needed, has been replaced at tackle by Engledingar. Engledinger and his running mate Thompson, one of last year's veterans, scale at 200 pound For years Iowa was a second division team, that was considered as- no more . than a good trial horse for the major western elevens. Then came Howard Jones. His advent marked a new pe riod ia Iowa's athletics. But two years of bitter disappoint merit followed while Iowa watched two ' championships fade by the barest of margins. Last year, from the beginning of the season, Iowa began preparing for the peak of her football gli.'y, the game with Yale. This year the Hawkeyes, shorn of their four great stars, still have their slogan ' Iowa fights. YALE AWAITS IOWA for Test of Jones Brothers' Abilities as Coaches. New Hsven, Conn., Oct. 12, (By the A. P.). The football question at Yale to-aay is: "tan Howard H. Jones, the Iowa coach, beat his brother Tad Jones, head coach of the Yale 11 in football strategy in the Bowl on Sat urday t" In beef and brawn the Hawkeye lads seem to have the jump on the bull dog, but this intersections! tussle promises to Blnee more or less on brains anil generalship. The biggest early season crowa on record in the Bowl is ex pected to see the battle of the elevens coached by the Jones brothers. The brother against brother had added to the interest in the fray. Tad Jones was stsr quarterback at iaie wis, 1900 and 1907, while at the same time Howard was a substitute end, competing for his place against Tom Shevlin, one of the great flank players of all time. The Jones broth ers both graduated from the Sheffield Scientific school of Yale in 1909. Howard Jones coached Syracuse uni versity in the fall of 1!0S end turned out an eleven that defeated Michigan and held Princeton to a tie. He be came Yale coach in 1!09 and with Ted Coy as captain. Harvard was beaten, 8 to 0. and Princeton went doan 17 to 0. Yale and Harvard played score les ties the next two years and then the era of Crimson supremacy in which Yale wis beaten by Hanard in four successive seasons. In IPlfl, with Tad Jones in-tailed as Yale's head coach and "Cupid" B!aV ss captain. Yale once more turned o loth Harvard and Prince ton, defeating the former, to 3, and , the latter 10 to 0. Since that year Yak has not scored a touchdown on , Harvard. - j The Iowa team is looked npon a the favorite here Saturday because of' the niim!er of tale players aha are out of the fame with iajtirie. Vales new coachinr system will he under scrutiny in this game and al ready the follower of the fortunes of Yale on the gridiron have begun to tch it to see if it points toward de velopment of an eleven ahir-h will ivm only be able to defeat Harvard next month, but to prodix" what has sa lTg been wissing from the games a Yale tourhdwn. Great Britain absorbed in dis cussions of Prime Minister Lloyd George's speech" Manchester on Saturday .and wagers are made against a general election before end of the year. Cost of British occupation of. Constantinople and other areas in Asia Minor subject of vital differences between British and the Turks. "" '.','-'. Allied' ambassador unofficially declared to have addressed re monstrance' to Turkish na'mal . ist government urging general amnesty among minorities. ' Former Emperor William cred ited with intention to open purse on his wedding day for the poor children of Boom, Holland. " Great Britain inform Russian soviet government that there ia no basis for charge that Great Britain Fas instituted s block ade of the Dardanelles. , British-owned Cunard and An chor steamship linos stsrt suits designed to test validity of Unit ed States government's ruling that foreign as well n American ships are debarred frcm taking liquor into American ports. Group of allied war heroes re ceived by President Harding at the White House on their way to New Orleans. , J. Ogden Armour, lueat packer and capitalist, declines to reveal to federal trade commission the extent of his spoliation in wheat and corn. ' United States government new bond issue over-subscribed, appli cations reaching about one billion dollars' on offering of five hun dred millions. Automobile, which vestryman, used on night of murders of Rev, Edward Wheeler Hall and Mrs. Eleanor R. Mills destroyed by fire day after officials questioned married man. New England. Police Chief Irving S. Watts announces curfew law will be enforced rigidly in Prntland, Me., beginning Nov. 1. Senator Lodge in address at Stoekbridge, Mass., deelures tlut if the president should refer the Turkish issue to Congress a dec laration of the war would fol low. ; . ' Fire caused by an explosion drives two families, including nearly i a dozen children, into street at Thornton, R. I. j SLAPPING WIND FOR FIRST TEST As Four Schooners Went Out to Pick Chal- . lenger. THE HORRORS OF DIGESTION FOR CONTEST WITH s : THE BLUE NOSE All Gloucester Was Inter ested in the Outcome. Relieved Byx "Fruit-a-tives" The Famous Fruit Medicine " k ' Indigestion, Wffak Digestion or partial digestion of food, is one of the most serious of present-day complaints, Those who suffer with Indigestion, almost invariably are troubled with Rheumatism, Sleeplessness and ex cessive Nervousness. "Fruit-a-tives" will always relieve Indigestion because these tablets strengthen the stomach muscles, increase the flow of digestive juices and , correct Constipation, which usually accompanies Indigestion. 60c a box, 6 for $2,50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FItUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBUKQ, N.Y. CAR SHORTAGE HURTS TRADE I PHTIPIIDA IOI0 I iT"" :"3 UUIIUUIlHIILrlLO I New England Flour and Grain Trade Seriously Interfered With. HUGGINS TO LEAD 1 YANKEES IN 1923 Decision Was Reached By Ruppert And Huston On Wednesday Afternoon. New York, Oct. 12. Miller Hug- gins, manager of the Kew lork Yan kees, American league baseball cham pions, has been re-engaged to pilot the club in 1&23, it was announced to night. The decision, a formal state ment said, waa reached at a meeting yesterday" afternoon of Jacob Hup- pert and T. L. Huston, owners of the Yankees. CLASS COMPETITIONS. In Addition to Vermont-Boston Uni versity Football Came Saturday. Burlington, Oct. 12. Granted that the football struggle between the Uni versity of Vermont and the Boston uni versity elevens will hold the center of the stage Saturday afternoon, Oct. 14, nevertheless there are one or two side attractions scheduled for the afternoin which will add interest to the occasion. These event deal directly with the be ginning of the sophomore-freshman class competition and are annual af fairs at the Vermont institution. Prior to the gridiron conflict, the track teams of the incoming and sopho more classes will contend. The present sophomore class, last fpring as fr-jh-men, won the interclas track meet for all four classes r and several of the point winners for the freshman team last year did nobly in vamty competi tion a wearers of the Oreen and Gold. However, the incoming class has plenty of good material and will undoubtedly furnish the sophs with plenty of op position. In addition to the track meet,parons of the football game will have the op port'unity to watch the annual cane rush. This is one cf Vermont's tradi tional fall activities, and is awaited with more or less anxiety by fresh men. The cane rush will lie held unrte the direction of the Boulder society di rectly after the footba'l encounter. In connection with the track me'-t Coach Robert Cioughea of the Ver mont cross-country team, expects to choose at least half a doren distance- men for his cross-country apgrefra'.iun as m direct result of ho-.v the lads rV iah in Saturday's meet. Vermont's opening cross-country meet is , wit:. Middlebury Oct. 28. Gloucester, Mass., Oct. 12, (By the Associated Press), A slapping whole f sail breeze out of the southwest, with clear skies and a running sea provided perfect racing condition to-day for the start competitions among the fishing schooners of the American North At lantic fleet to determine which shall meet the Blue None," winner of the re cent Canadian races and in inter national cup competitions of las$ year. Four schooners, representative of the ports of Gloucester, Boston and New York, went out past the wharves, fish freezing and curing plants to the start ing point off Kastcrn Point. They were the Henry Ford, a Gloucester man, owned by registry and personnel; the fciizabeth Howard, owned in Je,w Jork but registered out of this port; the Yankee, Boston's lending representative and the L. A. Dunton, another Boston j boat. With the exception of the Henry Tfnr.t IL'liij'li liil., liAon mnAv fjtt a u-tfnL inn i, luiiiuie t'l A Vi rail aujunmn:iili VI ballast stowing had kept the crews of the other boats up much of the night. All of Gloucester, it seemed, went to the waterfront to-day to follow the races in other boats withdrawn , from the fisheries, or to take up stations on shore overseeing the course which lay off Cape Ann. . . ' - A few, however, were among those who stayed behind had little thought for sport in their anxiety for news from .Sable Island, where tne Marsnai nf gl.j,ij,y 0f touia-h; f'om indigestion, Foch. crack Gloucesterroan, was flatuemi pa!pation, headache, or any wrecked yesterday. They were relative s RtomM.h d'sirelm or friends of the five men still unac The mMwni vou t,hev; few ..rw, counted for of the crew of twenty-t wo. I . ,,marh fu fine. -Correct, vour digestion for a few Harmless! Any dni MANY MILLS ARE SHORT ON STOCK Grain Board Appeals to In terstate Commerce Commission. INDIGESTION HI UPSET STOMACH GAS, GAS, GAS Chew a few Pleasant Tablets, Instant Stomach Relief Boston, Oct. 12. A shortage of freight cars is interfering seriously with the flour and grain trade in New F.ngland, Warren G. Torrey, chairman of the grain board of the Boston chamber of commerce, said to-day. "The shortage is so acute," he said, "that many 'flour mills are unable to obtain an adequate supply of grain and are able to operate on part time only, while others are able to operate at only half their capacity. Grain shippers are refusing' to make con tracts for future shipments without adding a clause relieving themselves of responsibility should they be un able to obtain cars." , The grain board has requested the interstate commerce commission to take action to alleviate the shortage. TCHY PIMPLES On Forehead. Small and Red. Lost Rest On Account of Irritation. "My trouble began with pimples breaking out on my forehead. They were small and red and itched continually. At night I lost my rest on account of the Irrita tion. I cent for a free sample of Cutiojra Soap and Ointment which helped me so I purchased more, and after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuti cura Ointment I was completely healed." (Signed) Mia Mildred Nugent, R. F, D. 6, Locke, N. Y Sept. 16, 1921. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are all you need for every -dy toilet and nursery purposes, ShqiU (Mk frwfcr Mill AMrnm: "Citlcvnltb orftMrlM. Dim. a. UtUm . Mm." Mrl mrr vhm. Soap Be. Omtmat2Sand tot. Tlmna26c. hTCciim 6op ahftTM wtthMitnras. Fall and Winter Underwear Soon, and maye right soon, you will feel the need of heavier underwear. . . Without boasting we feel we have the finest -lines and the finest stock of fall and winter under wear ever shown in Barre." tion We will be pleased to have you make an Inspec- $1.00 up to $5.50 per garment. Instant relief from sourness, gases The course for to-days race which will be. the first of three, if so many t are necessary 10 determine me mmunn i selection, was of forty miles starting from Eastern Point, running along Cape Ann shore to Thatcher's Island and thence in a trianaW out to wa and back ( .rin The exact direction to be. raced was not indicated until just be fore the start. cents. Pleasant! tore. adv. WEST FAIRLEE CENTER The band appeared in the new caps for the first time at their monthlv sacred concert Oct. 8.- at the Center church FOOTBALLERS MUST STUDY. Centre College Team Accompanied By . . Faculty Member. Danville', Ky., 'Oct'. 1 When the 2fi "Praying Colonel" of Centre cll-e packed their war bags prior to their departure this morning on the eastern invasion, they crowded football tops over a bit and made rni for an a; sortment of text books. Dr. C. E. Allen, faculty athletic rep resentative, armed with a sheaf of test questions supplied by faculty mem bers announced that two Hour wou'u be devoted to study en.h day during the Virginia Polytechnic-Harvard offaa sive.' The Centre players will arrive In Richmond, Va., Friday morning, and following the clah witn the Polytech nic team Saturday will entrain Sunday morning for Mansfield, Mass. The aqual will wurk our at Mamitield from Mon day, to Thursday when it will go to Cambridge. Rev. Arthur H. Sargent attended the Vermont Bunday school convention at Montpelir last week, and several members of the church attended the Grafton-Orange association meeting at Bradford. Miss Evelyn Marr, Mfs. William E. Morey, Mrs. Isabel Wallace and Mrs. Nellie C. Douglass drove' in a car to St. Johnsbury recently to attend the tfolden anniversary of the Vermont branch of the woman's board of mis sions. .Mrs. Morey and Mrs. Douglass were delegates from Post Mills. The three days' trip included a visit to Lyndon institute. Miss Olive Chamberlain was at home from Montpelier over Sunday. She played in the band as usual at the monthly swrred concert lapt Sunday. READY t n KKUI US HlMtU MtilNI MMtl II tttl WALTON'S VERMONT REGISTER BUaiNCSV OIRCCTONV STATC VtASI BOO f OA fARMlS. BUSlNtM AN0 HlIWi MfH, " ' WHOLESALE AGENTS: Constipation Hs Relieved Prompt Permanent Relief CARTER'S LITTLE UVC FILLS rarely faiL Purely vegetaDie act eurely but gent. I7AI3TC'DC ly on the liver. 1LAKI C.rCO JniTTLE Relieve after 4 f s E?" 3 tSSLVT-AX PJLl-S lieve indices- IxLtsZZSXili&L tion; improve the complexion brightea the eyes. Small Fill SmaCiT ose SmaS Prlca NORTH CALAIS Fred Orr and family visited at Henry Cate's (in North Montpelier Sunday. Miss Lila Tebbetta was a recent visitor in Hardwiek. Warren Fair was in Hardwiek on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lillie . were in JI(ntpelier Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scribner were recent visitors in Hardwiek. Mrs. Nellie Smith was in Hardwiek Wednesday. Frank Sprague was a recent visitor in Hardwiek, Dennis Law eon visited relatives in Morrisville the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lawson were in Cabot the last of the week. Mr. and Mr. Bowell of Hardwiek were callers at Trarl Howell's the last of the week. Mioses Ruth and Louie Leonard spent Saturday in Worcester. A party of young ladies from here spent the end of the week at Joe's pond in West Danville. Mrs. Ellen S ribner spent the end of j the week with her parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Lee Kcnitton, in Eat Calais. ' ' Mies Lucy Fair of South Woodbury ! visited her parrnts, Mr. and Mrs. John ' Fair, over the week end.. j Hoi VJoafhcr When you cool off suddenly and when you Bleep in a draft, you get a Cold. The natural result is Headaches, Neuralgia and Sore Muscles. To Stop the Headache and Work ' off the Cold, Take Isxmtlvm (Vw'm'issJ) Imbletm fj & Bsbert J. 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