Purdue's Long Losing Streak Finally Ended

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Purdue's Long Losing Streak Finally Ended - STREAK FINALLY ENDED Boilermakers Triumph Over...
STREAK FINALLY ENDED Boilermakers Triumph Over Chicago After Twenty - Four Successive Defeats. UAFATETTE. Ind., Nov. 2. After 'enty - four years of successive de feats, the Purdue football team came back this afternoon on Stuart field, defeating; the University of Chicago quad by a ecor of 7 to . 3. Stagg, Chicago mentor, who formed plays for years 'that defeated tha Boilermakers, used everything at his command to put a winning scor Dut tii plucky Purdu men in tne winning score and then made a spectacular twenty yards. Tackled thrice he left hi headgear In th hands of th last man as a souvenir. Chicago mad Its only points In the first period on a biiak of luck. Ewbank punted, and Water, of Purdue fumbled the ball and a visiting player recovered it on th Purdu 25 - yard Un. Chicago failed to gam, and - fitageman drop - ' kicked over the Purple goat At f end of the game, soldier In training i v - aimif ruroue rusnea onto the field and carried off the victorious players. A big parade to - night cele - ra.il prlco of rabbit Ita; galbt1tty Q How la Spanish rabbit eooked or A Cut rabMV yeang ef aid, late pleeea and half a cap of d In e - ator a few wtth eera atarah. red Bpaaiah beaaa Cook all tosethor wit piaia aauaa rica, and i WORTH WHIUfJ Bxcirsa. thicken with i salt aad boll Regular meeting of rabbit aaaew elation postponed on account of "flu ilosins; order. Purdue Qualst Birk Phillips Bart let t Bendtxen Murphy Water Daly Mark ley Position LB L.T La c RO RT RE QB LH RH PB Scor by periods Purdue Chicago Chicago Bradley Stegeman Caapers Rber McQualle MoOulre Hall id ay Mills Swbanks Enton Harms .0 0 0 77 .1 0 0 0S of periods. If mlnutea Pnrdu scoring" Touchdown, Markley: goal ror louonaown, tsaruett cnic Field goal, Btegeman. KIN TO 8ITTINQ BULL HEARS COUNTRY'S CALL MtSSOUXaA. Mont, Nor. I. General Pershing's force tn France will soon be augmented by a direct descendant of Pitting" Bull, H. H. Bonner, a Bloux Indian, who starred at football and baseball at Carlisle a few years ag - o, ls a sol dler. His brother recently gras wounded in Prance.

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  1. The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette,
  2. 03 Nov 1918, Sun,
  3. Page 20

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