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f r l l minutes CARDINALS DEFEAT MINNEAPOLIS MARINES Three (hop kicks by Paddy Driscoll sa-ve the undefeated Cardinals a 9 to 0 victory over the Minneapolis Marines in a National Professional jrame at White Sox Park, Sunday. It was the fourth straight win for thu Cardinals. The invaders piescntcd a formidable defense and even Driscoll couW nut bring the ball with,a their uan--i.=T zone during the llrst half. In the third quarter the Cards advanced to the Marines twenty-five ard marker and Driscoll delivered \ \ i t h an u n - · rnny drop kick. He contributed again early in the linal period from the forty-three vurd line and made his final three points soon afterward at a. distance of t w e n t y - f i v e yards. The Cardinals played an excellent same throughout and executed some brilliant offensive plays. Just before the game was over Anderson received a lengthy pass from Johnnv* Mohart that nearly resulted in a touchdown. Lineup: Kiley Montgomery Zoia Urouiian Leonard, Gillies .. Anderson R.G.... R.T ..,. ..R.E.... .... Tierney Brarel Christ ianson ..Q.B Irgens . .L.H. Kaplan Dnscoll, B. McMahon King. Mohart ... Crangle. C. McMahon R.H... Pahl Koehler F.B Sampson The Cardinals will meet the Dayton Triangles at White Sox Park Sunday. All future battles will be played upon Comiskey's diamond. The Triangles are not considered such strong opponents as the Marines were as they suffered a 6 to 3 defeat by Dayton last week. Their lineup is as follows: Thiele, end: j Hathaway, tackle; Barnes, guard; | Kind^rdine. captain and center, Beasely, guard: Souers. tackle; Reese, end; Abbot, quarterback; Parilou, half, Bacon, half; Hafflne, fullback. Hathaway is claimed to be the greatest punter in Professional football circles. .L.E Flinn .L.T Terson .L.G Fosdick Mclnerny C Mehre MacROAMERS WALLOP PULLMAN LIGHTNINGS The MacRoamer's forward passing combination worked to perfection Sunday and they scored a 26 to

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  1. The Englewood Economist,
  2. 24 Oct 1923, Wed,
  3. Page 16

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