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TUCRSDAV, NOVEMBER 10, 1821.
PAGE FOUR OTTAWA FREE TRADER JOURNAE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL'S PAGE OF SPORT NEWS ANNUAL LA 9UE OTTAWA CLASH 10 BE STAGED F n J BOTH TEAMS IN CLASH FOR CHAMPIONSHIP FLAG - OTTA WANS IN FINE TRIM FOR AN NUAL i3AT"iLE WITH FELLOW'S SQUAO. Training for tke bi annual gridiron tilt with La Ssils-Peru High, which will be staged tomorrow afternoon at Matthiessen Field. La Salle, will coujo to a climux tonight when Coach Smith will send his warriors th rough a light signal drill at King Field. Kut; thliiK Is set for the dash with the olive and maroon siiuail tomorrow Smith's machine is polished to the core for the affair sr-d Coach Fellow's band of players wiu oe given one 01 the toughest skirmishes they ever lial when they mix things with the locals. In previous years La Spile has al ways had a good team to n present their school but somehow or other Just I before the hig game with li o., the lai Salle mentor send i out a howl ing raft of alibis and the press agents played them up well and It th' maroon and white squad did win ova the opposing squad, the) were given no credit for the victory. The alibis given by Fellows are usually to the effect that his mainstays are on the sidelines nursing injuries received In previous games or In scrimmages or to thp effect that his team is bavins a slump and probably won't play as well as they did against other teams But that line of stuff is growing oM and before the crafty l-i Salle-Peru mentor springs if agin, it would be good policy for him to attempt sum other means of giving a cans" why his team might lose and why they are Rolng to lose 0. H. S. in Fine Shape Not much has been heard of the La Salle team this year and how they are stacking up for tomorrow's contest They have beaten Spring Valley 7 i 6 and a couple of other teams but they "arn't so much." They will have something to open thtir eyes to morrow when Smith Invades La Salle territory and sends his men onto the field in one of the toughest struggles of the year. Bmith's men are ham' me red down to a steel-like condition and they are as hard as pig iron for the game. Every man is in tip top condition and is anxiously awaiting the time when the referee will blow his whistle for the initial kick off of the game, and which will send the old rival elevens into real football action against each other. All this week the local mentor has been working his men hard. With the second team on the defense usins La Salle formations and play?., the big chief's stepped off at a lively pace and evidenced the tact that they are goiiiK to spring a big surprise againsl the La Salleans. Farrel! and Mecken stock especially showed that they were goiiiK to ruffle things Up a bit when they clash with Fellows' team tomorrow and the opposing team bad better have a stone wall on the field if they want to stop these two star To Be Title Clash. Then to make the battle more in teresting there is a championship to be considered. The outcome of the battle will decide the winner of the 1021 Illinois Valley conference crown and it looks a.s though Smith's men will rule the football world around this section of the country Smith has defeated Spring Valley and Morris, the only two conference teams to play against Ottawa while La Sail" has on ly played against Spring Vatley win tiing 7 to 6. They were lucky to win that battle because one o( the Hall back fielders who did th kicking looked bad and missed the ho"'. which would have tied the on I, Salle also leat St. Bede's i a small score but that team i very strong and la Salle' hasn't much to do with the morrow Coach Dale's sn t rated s victory game to Sire; iator eleven isn't to he considered In the running and they are of a minor call ; tire this year due to the loss of "Mas ter Dougherty!" who carried the bur-' dons of the team during the four, previous years, and to whom the Credit of Streator's victories is due Due to the fact that it will be a chain-! pionsbip affair the game will be a royal battle, with both teams opening I Up With all they have got in an effort to cop the game and which will give1 them the championship of the valley.; Last year Streator ruled supreme and cleaned up on almost everything a round this neck of the woods and the year before Couch Grady had the championship i '.even That was the year when his team of wonders weul to Ii Salle and trounced Fellow's; team 13 to 0 before approximately 5.000 witnesses And a raft of th sportier sex of La Salle and Peru Who placed their "dough" on the olive j arid red eleven were do; med to great disappointment and grin when the Ottawa lis trekked back to their old home town in the highest of spirts elated over the victory, and weighted down with La Salle mone) Alter that trouncing when the Ottawans took; the measure of Fellows' squad the La Salleans were i nit careful how they placed .their money and probably to morrow will hush up toi a while. But nevertheless it will be s tough battle as everybody know.-. Special Cars Leave at 1 O'clock. According to statements n,i- morn ing by officials ol O. II S the entire student body of the s hool Ii going to Ia Salle tomorrow to witness the en counter. Besides it is Armistice Da and all of the local business house will ( lose at noon and remain closed for the remainder of the day, a large number of others are expected to niak the trip and to v. s Coach Smith's team in action against La Salle Peru High. Two Special inter urban cars have been arrang-d tor b) p urn ill J pp's "y TI: pla) c.-lf. net thcs of London suing in to scores havi the Officials of the local institution which will leave the local Madison street station bound for the city ot the batl.e ac 1 o'clock Tin1 game Is called at 2:4."i o'clock sharp but aa the special will make no stops be tween hen- and La S.illr .tin- fan- will be delivered there in plenty of time to pick out their seats. Anybody who wishes to go o the Kane- can buy a round trip ticket to La Salle and back to Ottawa for a special rate Of 88 cents Following is the probably lineup for the game tomorrow : Calkins, tt. Frazier. re. Dougherty, qb. Meckenetock, tb. Carey, rhb. Farrell. lhb. Dekreon. U Byrne, c. Leland, rg. FREEDMAN TO MEET BENNY LEONARD Chicago. 111., Nov. In "Sailor" Preedman, one of Chicago'- aspiring young mitt slingers, returned to Chi cago yesterday, after doing Broadway for a spell, and reported bis ristie morale l() per cent Preedman is loaded with pep because on Nov. 22 he gets a shot at World's Llghweight Champion lleiiny Leonard in an eight round contest at Philadelphia. Before leaving for New York Preed man closed for a contract with the tough Rocky Kansas, this bout to be Leonard, the date being Preedman said he accepted because he anticipates no ble in his battle with the championship. great troll lightweight The Sailor w row at the Arc going up to ti Philadelphia training to . and will I he depart.- e gyn time AUBREY DEVINE IS BACK !N UNIFORM Iowa City, Ii j went wild witl I brey lo ine I again and brol Nov. in. Io joy tonight u donned his e Into the fln mi norm t really red hot practice line stopped all j showed scarcely been badly hurt. 0 ! He passed beautlf Holding. li v to K Crab Shells e Araueunlp as Barometers. a- of the south TI niosi as a it Is f Chile use n Crfth -In dry, fair wen when rain is appro; ppear on it, and w me is presenl In bnromi will but lie! L iy a bfrhop tow it'i s. This i-i th Blsr : Public Sale I will sell at public auction at my place of residence, on the C. G. Deenis ! farm, one mile southwest of WediTin, eight miles northeast of Ottawa and west of Sulphur Lick Springs, on TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1921 COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK 10 HEAD OF HORSES Including one black team, weight 2600 pounds; one black team, four years old, weight 2800 pounds: one bay mare, weight 1300 pounds! one gray mare, weight 1200 pounds, coming three years old; one black mare, coming three years old: one brown saddle mare, seven years old; one gray driving horse, safe in all harness. 9 HEAD OF MILCH COWS, SOME FRESH. SOME FRESH IN SPRING 10 HEAD OF YEARLINGS. EIGHT HEIFERS AND TWO STEERS ALSO ONE BULL. FARMING IMPLEMENTS Including wagon, truck wagon, iron wheel truck. Milwaukee eight-foot binder, McCormick six foot mower, Clean Sweep hay loader, side-delivery hay rake, manure spreader, twenty-wheel disc, Emerson gang plow, sulky plow, walking plow, twenty-foot harrow, endgate seeder. Hayes corn planter, three Tower cultivators, Little Boy cultivator, two hay racks, two-hole corn sheller, four sets double harness, three single buggies, six stands of bees, forks, rakes, hoes and other articles. ONt REO FARM TRUCK TERMS OF SALE All sums of $10 and under, cash: over that amount a credit of ten months" time will be given on notes with approved security, without interest if paid when due. If not so paid, 7 per cent, wili be charged frcm date of sale; 4 per cent, discount for cash on all sums over $10.00. No pioperty to be removed until settled for. E. C. MOREL COL. JAMES DARLING. Auctioneer. OWNER C. W. HUPP, Clerk. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ALL DAY ON GROUNDS Hit AND MODI CLASH TOMORROW SWEDE" MENTOR MAKES SEV ERAL CHANGES IN LINEUP AND EXPECTS HIS TEAM TO RECORD FIRST WIN OF SEASON AGAINST TEAM OF W A UPON SEE CREEK SECTOR. .Morri h. i he sami old football detent ; m. I las Ine that was cms) ti hiturdaj at the bands of Coach 's gridiron eleven at Kins Held, ittempt to get revenge on ot- ! will i tawa for th given, when trouncing they were they clash with Coach I Byrnstad's P. v L C. team tomorrow j afternoon. The game will be staged I on the Morris gridiron and according I to dope that is being circulated it ts i going to be a battle royal from s art , to finish. Last Saturday the south siders Journeyed to Qrldley, 111., and engag ed in a combat i li the Qrldley high I eleven They received an awful trouncing by a final count of TT to p. However, they came out of the game I In fine shape and not ever, a man was . injured. Tomorrow th.'V expect to 'change the running order of the school. So far this year they haven't won a game. They lost to Yorkville. Sandwich. St. Bede's college, (Irid ley. Ottawa high and Bwlght. Some kind of a jinx seems to have been hankering ground Ithem, but Byrn stad is unite confident that bis teatPi Will start on the road to victory to-j morrow when they play Morris. Nevertheless, .Morris has got quite 1 la stiff earn and they have defeated Some strong aggregations during this I season and they will give the col lege eleven some hard opposition. has decidec the line to defense he during the n from On the line and he will will play offensive on ihe drives Taste is a matter tobacco quality Mighty Spry! is J Ooogler swings his $1 ' .r'- M legs over the CS-year-otd back if S im Srn'ppurd in a I nr. of leap rog. They were buddies on the KUce force of Atlanta, Qa., 25 rears ago. Cooglsr la now probes ton officer of tin few be a member of the b.u ktieul. At the light guard position Hyr slad is not quito ready to State who he will start There g a UtUe battle between Harrisville and Lokeo that position and it is up to showing Is the final practice toi their light, i . , i- as to who will be sent in at tin of the game. Sawyer, who turned out at early part of the season, is start the going pretty good and might possibly get i h mce at an end position tomor row. Byrnstad has already got two very valuable and fighting men at those Positions, but as Sawyer has worked so hard and a.s making it tough for the to hold their positions has decided to give the In the, game . tomorrow. Outside of these f changes the lineup will for t:ie game. he lias been two regulars the mentor lad a tryout same Try the Free Trader-Journal Want .ds We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chester field are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett 5c Myers Tobacco Co. Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended You can't tell What That Cold Will Develop Into BE SAFE, TAKE 32 CALIBERS FOR COLDS. MCA0ACHI, UYSFEPSIA. U CRIVPE. 1 DIMCTIOJM.- Por Hn'at. ' Ns'"lfl.iieooeettr bom i Hi'", one cri ? ts t V es.- B st t.rdtisti - j , - .... . . ( j;r5 it ui- rin on sn- O. DUNCAN, n . . - St , IfTV! WM. D. DUNCAN DRUGS QUESTIONNAIRES ARE SENT TO BABE RUTH. BOB MEUSEL PIERCY i imago, in , nov, lit. Before pass ing seliteine ill thi mse of l II s Ruth, Meusel, and l'lercy. Baseball Commissioner Judge k. m Lsndla Will let the defense speak its little , piece. Leslie OVomior, secretary to the commissioner! announrcit yeeter May thai question narieg had been mailed to the three athletics who d- lied baseball's rules and regulation.- lb) playing exhibition jpunei utter par ficipating ill a world series. Just what queationa the comml sloner asked the recalcitrant athleti lis not known, and O'Connor offers no Information m this connection. ltJ was hinted, howewr. that, union, '.ther things, the judge asked what Influenced tin- 1 1 ' t -; to dlsregan. the rub's after Landls himself hut advised them to go home and forge, baseball for the winter it may in that the Judge has a suspicion that tin' athletes were mi led by basebal magnates who didn't favor the reatric lion, Ruth Answers Questions. Babe Ruth, who is in Boston pick In up some change as a vaudeville pei former, announced yesterday that hi hail received his questionnaire and a) read) returned n He had nothing t say as to the nature of the missive only stating that be hoped it would In satisfactory it will reach Landts to day. The Bambino did admit hadn't received his world's s coin. Nothing has been heard from h 1 1 Other two offenders, but if Meusel ll of the same mind as When he passe, through Chicago last week, lie prob ably ing, will will be a long time In answej It Is B safe bet. however, that hi do just ar. requested and lose m , time about it. It Is the intentions of I.andis to gii the athletes a reasonable lime t' frame their defense. If they fail t come ai ross sentence w ill be passed The fact that EUlth was the ring load er of the barnstorming expediture and that his reply will be here today BIB 3 mean a decision before the week-end Oil Can Grip. Of b'et metal bent rough shape of ii buffalo's horns, A piece ly In the that it will fit under the spout, which Is then screwed In place, makes an admirable finger grip and enables the operator to shoot the oil mete accur ately. of NEURALGIA, PAIHS. Etc. m-1 He. Ucbe. enUI 3 ate nfcen. n. ...... . I . rnrCs'il and - nmj, just 3 hr,0r SEVEN CLUBS TO SPLIT PURSE OF $20,000 LoS Angeles, I'al., Nov. ui. The board ol d I roe tori of the PaclAc roust baseball league today voted to esla bl h -i $20,000 purse to be divided among the first seven clubs in the Baal standing each season, n also agreed to give the BOfMMOtO team a five year guarantee of tfi per cent of gate receipts while playing away from homo. William ii McCarthy, president ol the league, telegraphed Judge K M Utndis, baseball commissioner, re lueaUng him to put a stop to major eagUS SCOUU dealing directly Willi ilayera n the minor leagues, Mc Cai'thy said he had called attention to several alleged infractions of bfiseball aw in this respect and ej peeled fudge i-iiuiis would Instruct major eague workers td seek lecruits thru he owners In the smaller circuits. Tools to Make Rifle. (fine hundred and ninety-seven cut. ting tools alone mi' required in inuuti 'to luring a rifle. The twist drill Is me of the bu.i.st of thvee, To sup. 1 1 1 1 n m m i rifles M,00OipOO holoj must be drilled. You'll Be Sorry. "Some o' these 'lays." says a Georgia philosopher, "you'll see things so clearly that you'll wish you were back where you're located now, and you won't have a return ticket." Atlanta Constitution Jud Tunkins. Jud Tunkins says it s bar, I 'o con vine, a mail lulT the World Is getting better when be finds that hir, own par- tlcnlnr business is getting worse, A kidm TEXAS WONDER and bladder troubles. ravel, weak and lame backs, rheu latism. Regulates bladder troubles i children. If not Old by your ruggist, by mail flJl. Small bot e often cures. Send for sworn tes monials. Dr. K. W. Hall. :!?. olive reet, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug- , 77iy RICKS' TAXI LINE All Hours of Day or Night Steam Heated 25 TO 333 PER CENT ON YOUR WALL PAPERS All Sort of Exterior and Interior Finishes Get Our Cash Prices on Lead and Oil Wheeler and Malo Ottawa afZS Save PITTSFIELD HAS A STAR GOAL KICKER Pittsfleld, ill, Nov. 10. Freeport, III , cannot claim the distinction of having Hie star goal kicker of Million! in its midst, according to Coach Eddy Of the local high school team, for the records pi the official scorpr of the game between the Harry and Pitts lield prep schools Oct. lf show that Hen Cuwthon of this city kicked eleven consecutive goals while hla team w as W inning. 102 to 0. ' Tho records Bhow that he made fifteen at tempts, missing bis second, third and fifteenth goals, To date he has scor ed thirty-five Held goals. Yours art not Krybttilu the surface isn't smooth Take any bifocal lens (except the Kryptoki and you will find across its surfaec a conspicuous line, seam or hump which you can see or feel. Then take a Kryptok lens, look at it carefully. Rub your finger over the place where the near vision and the far vision seg ments are fused together. You can neither see nor feel any line, scam or hump. The Kryp tok lens is absolutely clear, smooth and even. It is the only invisible bifocal. Kryptok Glasses are for men and women who need glasses for both near and far vision. They end the inconvsnience and awkwardness of continually removing or peering over read ing glasses or of changing from reading to distance glasses. We are prepared to serve you with Kryptoks, or with any other glasses which an examin ation shows that your eyes need. We Grind Our Own Lenses. W. H. LAW Optometrist and Optician 824 La Salle Street Dance with the American Legion Friday Even 'g AT ARMORY i - Exhibition drill and concert, 8:30 p. m. to f 9:30 p. m. Dancing 9:30 to I Music by Hentrich's Augmented Orchestra .. , i..m il in Ml m Special Features A 25c supper will be served by the Ladies' Auxiliary. Nov.