The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on October 27, 1912 · Page 12
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Des Moines, Iowa
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4 THE REGISTER AXD LEADER: SUNDAY MORXIXG, OCTOBER 27. 1912. AS FACTORY HEAD Simpson's Star Smasher I Manufacturer Severs Active I Connections With United ft States Motor Co. . WILL TAKE A REST t ' ; President of Big Concern I Has Been Prominent in Kl ', Auto Industry. iinouiicement has 'bf ii mudu that r.njamin Briscoe hud resigned ax prosl-ilelit of the United Htutes Motor cum-J'Uvy, although rctalnltix his Interest hi the big organization. Muuy of those Interested In the company ore desirous of having Mr. Hrlscoo remain, but the great strain that he has been under during the past year necessitates Ills taking mi extended rest. For the past two months Mr. Briscoe hus been working early and hit':, to tho lid that, the company's affairs be readjusted and It be reorganised, to that It will be no longer hampered by lack of working capital, but will he placed In an xoellfjnt position to handle ltB big volume of business which last year ran to up-Wards of J0,OU0,J"O, and now feels that ho Us entitled to tho long needed rent, lie leaves with the sincere regrets of hl associates in the company. He will remain, however, until the middle of November, when he loaves with his family for a several months' slay In x.urope, auring wmcn time h will or range for a (further extension of tho com pany's export business. Mr. Briscoe Is ono of the prominent figures In the automobile world, having been so ever since the Hrlscoo Manufac turing company at Detroit took up tho automobile parts business In 18M. He became more prominent when he organized the Maxwell-HrlHeoe company In 1NM which attained under his presidency such a splendid success, and which concern, together with the Briscoe Manufacturing ornpany, has been the most profitable and the strongest In the I'nitcd States Motor comimny's aggregation. .Mr. Briscoe was one of the organizers of the American Motor Car Manufacturers' association and served two terms ns president, lie Is vice president and a 3ieinber of tho executive committee of the National Association of Automobile ' Manufacturers,, us well as being seore-, tary and a director of the automobile board of trade. ', lie has been especially active In association work, for tho general advancement ', t the- Industry, and has also taken a ! keen Interest In competitions that brought I motor cars so forcibly to the attuntlon ot ', the public In the early days. .Mr. Briscoe has a wide acquaintance among automobile manufacturers and dealers, both here and abroad. 3 $f'. Ik were able to fathom the stylo of play. With the game won, many substitutes for (the locals went In and the visitors' heavy line was able to cheek the onrush. Tne Michigan men four times attempted the forward pass and In all but one Instance fulled to gain. A greater part of the time thy were on the detensive, aud Nebraska's g:tl wa never seriously threatened. J'urdy, Towlc, Howard, Pear, son and Hyde wire tho ground gainers for Nebraska. Aula, Marshall and Ilth played a heady game for the college men. i he lineup: SJSKKANKA. CAPTAIN MILLS. Captain Pells of the Simpson college eleven played ono of the best line plunging games seen this season at Drake Stadium, but was unable to score agalimt the Bturriy Bulldog In yester day's conflict. He heads the most ag gressive eleven which has represented Hlmpsnn for several years. at tho beginning of the final Interval. A forward pass which, went wrong lost the hail to Highland and Hmllh replied In kind "tossing the bull to Thompson for u twenty yard gain. A try for a drop kick by Hall went wide from the thirty yard mark. Johnson foiiuht through the line for u four yon) gain and Arno pulled offa nice forward to Fi-lik, who ran fifteen yards. Wtelllngworth mudu some nice trickles and Trlckey at left tackle lor the visitors, broke through tho Highland line several times. Back and forth the ball changed hands and neither team wag tiblo to gain consistently either by line bucking or passing. Highland rallied strong and finally landed the ball on Klisworth's twenty-flvo yard lino where Peterson tried for a place kick. Jut at the ball left the ground a gust of wind struck It nnd carried It whin so that It .lust struck the corner of the goal post und founded back. Hall made a long boot to Masucci on Highland's forty yard line and Wick got away fur twenty yards on a pass. Johnson made a smash for four yards -and the whistle blew wllh the ball in Highland's ptiHHe.-slon. tcore, Highland I'urk li, Kllsworth 6. The Hneun: HIGHLAND PA UK I KLLSWOUTH. 11. V . K. T .It. G ... ; .u G .1.. T .L. K. ... J It. H L. H . V. II Howard I'earson Irwin ... Allan ... lions .... Hwanson Manila . Towl ,. 1'urdy ., 1 rank ... Halllgan ....I,. K. I j, T. u a. , Tt. ft. II. T. It. K. ......y. h. I.. H. H. H. ....!'. i: ADIUA N. K... McVVllllams Webster Suebert ltogge Bt'vens . Iterco Htorir f.. I,. T.. I,, u... Ft. K. T It. K y. H U H it. H r . li.. th line and kicked. Weyrauch returned 'thirty-flvo yards, running In an open Held, but slipped1, after dodgliis the whole Held. Andrews fumbled and recovered. Ames took the ball to CirinneH's twenty yard lino only to have a ji1b-h kick blocked ilty a hurt and replaced by Hammond. For, the rest of the rjuarter the wtll was kept near the middle of the field. Hcore, Ames 31, Grlnnell 1. . Clrlnnel played without Captain tireen-wood, right tackier who ai in a suit op the bench but did not go Irt because of Ineligibility. The lineup: : Sala Ballard Summary Touchdown, Purdy 2, Towie Hyde, Peaison; goal a from touenrown. T owlu (.. Hubtltutlons Heck for Purdy, Pnrdy for 1-teek, Hawkins for Krank, Krank for Hawkins. Mugnr fr Howard, Freltag for Irwin, Henzllk f.jr Muslin, Hydo for Hal-ligan; T.eUh for tone. f ifltcbils Keferee, Klllntt, ex-Ncbrnka; uniplre Freeney ux-Allchignn; head lines man, l.tike, cx-loane; time of quarters minutes. A-MKri. (f-rnmUd, ......X,. K. 'fund U T ll,n 1. ( Hunt Marshuii ' Vy'"" '"" " jNiohols jagio 1-,. Hurst cj. lirennan ....... I.. H, M'eyi-auch R. H Buigo p. u GlilNNRU,. I j. K 1.. T.... 1.. .... K. P.. (.,., It. T.... It. K.. y U if.... K. II.... !'. B Carter iArsep Kdison .. IttHtman Jlrodv Hlnes I.oper wutheriand Maly Kagan i-n'k C. . KNIGHT MAKES SEASON'S RECORD Mission Bowler Wins High Game and High Average This Week. PIN STARS IMPROVE CRINNELL LOSES TO AMES CYCLONES CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. HIGHLAND PARK if I I LO tLLSWUnin Prick .-tinlth I ycr tfchutt Stelllngworth Wood Wick Masuccl Peterson ..... .Tohnson Anw) (cl .Summary Touchduwn, ' ' Wick. goals. Hull 2. Kiihstltutlons Graber for Pyer, Smith j for Wehutt. I (Ifflclals Referee. Rogers of Sprlng- ricld. I'mplre, llmberger of Yale. Head nesman, Vanockor of Highland Park. I,, K. I.. T I,, t.) C H. r, H. T n. k w , I,. H II. H F. B.f... Thomfison' .. 1 rlckey ... Hunter ...... Hall Wail .,. Krats .... Krleg Smith (el Kldwllder ..Kckford BlackHjtone. Field 'CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. played & strong game and several times literally fought their wqy through for downs. ' StellliiBwortll Slops ItiuiH. ' Hoth sides did loose tackling- but Ktell-lngworth for the locals was especially acuurats and made some, protty stops, fffptaih A too starred for-his team while Ulaekstone at the fullback position on the Fllsworth team was easily the best man tbr. mlth, the visitors' pilot, played a clever game with the exception of his vlldncBs In winging the oval to his ends, j no piucKy xuunacK lor tiigiifano, Amo, gut a bad cut In the head, but refused to leave the Held and was with Peterson tho only local who could smash consist ently through the Kllsworlh line. ' .Peterson skirted the ends for good gains and handled the hooting depart Sisnt for the locals In good style. His turning mate, Johnson, played a speedy Jjasiie and got away for u couple of long flip nun. ah nxni wing ui mo i'.hbw orm IV, where Krleg held forth, was a hanl frl-tpotlon for the locals and the speedy tni nailed several of the successful :sses. ' ' Amo kicked off with the wind to Mlnck- iioae and Pndth Immediately tried a lip, which vent wide. Kckford juggled it leather n las own thirty yard line kiHl Amo recovered. A serins of smashes f Jlcd to net any return and Masuccl iiived the ball to Peterson who' could ii locate It. Tldwlbler hit the Highland l'rk line nnd fell back and Hull was f'rced to boot. Amo returned ten yards , hHre F.llsworth took tho ball on a : fitrnbln only to lose It on an Intercepted jrutfia. Johnson, the speedy -lft half for ifh locals, travehM twelve-yards nround iiglit end and Amo and Peterson totaled i0en more. Another fumble gave the 1,11 away and Kckford took 8lx yards on 'pretty double pass, following this both teams look the ball ji fumbles only to lose It fitter a couple fcl'l trips. Wild passes on both sides tided the ball around frequently. Amo t-6! a punt on Highlands thirty-live yiWd line and, returned forty yards and hn- tho first down Johnson was tossed !arl for an eight yard loss. Here a fumble changed the advantage and Hall pooted out of danger. The quarter ended lth tho ball In Highland's possession In b center of the Held. Score 0 to 0. s Ellsworth took a decided braca and fore hole In tho Highland line, nailing the runner before ho could get under viy. .mio Juliet ii. iuhii tne oau to . ivjck and Smith in turn overshot iluuter. Hall kicked a field goal from lis thirty yard line. A later attempt li'JJ abort and Maauocl snatched tip the feull on the one yard line. Peterson noted out and Itlackstone dropped the iill on the second down. Here Amo hiade his spectacular forty yard run, nrrylnT the leather to Kllsworth'a four , V:t"l ku' ht teanimatea could not make the necepwary distance through the Visitors' line and the toall changed hands. Buhutt. the big Highland center, broke through tho line nd blooked Hall's punt ud Wick foil on it for Highland's Hrst Hud only scor Peterson shot wide on a try for goal, making the score. Highland Park i'i, Ellsworth 3. f i. Amo Kii'ks Off Anln. Amo kicked off again to Shnlth, w ho nid a pretty return of thirty yards through broRen field. Two nttemptea passes failed and the visitors were forci-d to kick. Three Un bucks netted no gain and Blackstono cams back with the punt torf Highland's thirty-five ynrd streak. Here ho smashed off tackle for half the trauired distance and flipped the oval to Hunter for six yards mora. The quarter ended with the hall In Klisworth's poeslon on Highland's twenty-four jar ! line. Score, Highland Park 0. Ells- worth 3. H 4 lonff kick by Hall landed t he ball on ti e locaJs" tlilrty yard line. Eleven yards' g.Jn was netted by a iwat double pass, Puterson to Amo, but on the next down Trick was thrown back for a tweive ynra loss. Kicking with a light wind,- Petcr-tHrt overshot Blackatone, the ball rolling ti Ellsworth's five yard lino. Musocel ttok tlio rettirn kick to tho twenty yard Une. where Peterson romped ten yards ..... j ...1 .S halt anA I'll.. 01 B. HIP. OUl iiiui-h " " - worth recovered.. HaH dnppcd lc and foade a pretty drop kick, tying -m. J,tb eide Klternatea saissing forward passes ituarter ended wnn H?pn of the leather ;. ibd line. Skhutt who had BROWN BEATEN BY HARVARD ELEVEN OAXUmilMKS, Mass., Oct. :c.Many brilliant ruas, much fine punting, u few successful forward pAsses out of numerous trie, an unusual number of penalties, moBtly against the Crimson and Ineffectual line plunging by both teams, marked Harvard's victory over Urown today by ml to 10. Tho last period was played In twilight, and it was then that (Jrowther, the lirowu quarterback, ran half the length of, tho field for. Ilrown's only touchdown. Previously Captain Asluuigh of Hrown had kicked a goal from placement from the forty yard line. Harvard scored In each lcrtod on thre field goals by Hrlckley from the forty, forty-second and twenty-eight yard marks respectively, and three touchdowns, ono on an Interrupted forward pass, the Becond on a block In the kick, and a third on a succesTuJ forward pass. All three touchdowns wore made after long runs. Tho Crimson lost 144 yards on penal, ties, mostly for Illegal use of bands. This Included twenty-four -yards imposed when Hitchcock was disqualified for slugging. It lays with the central board to say whether tho Harvard tackle ahull play again this year. , The I1ne-up and summary HAKVAKU. IIROW.V. Felton I.. V.. h, F. .Langilon Htnrer U T. U T Wade PentiBck It- " I.- CI Kulp Pannentcr :. ' Mitchell Trumbull It. 1. It. 1 Oottsstein Hitchcock K. 1 H. T Kratz I'oolldge K. K K. K Vsbaugh Hrudlev J.. H. Q. H., Crowtliei- Hard wick ..T.. 11." P. t, H It Tenney Wendell ....II. H. 11 R. II.U Hean HrtcMev F. II V. P. Henry ulisti'tutlolis Harvsufl, IT. W. Frothing- bain tor Feltun, Uiwson for Ntorer, Wlg-glesworth for Parmenter. Tniseoll and Withlngton for Trumbull, T. II. Frothlng-bam for Hitchcock, O'nrlen and IIollls-tc for foolldge. l'r,M?illey for Itmdley, rirauHtehi for Hardwick, lngard for Wendell. 1'ettle for Hrb kley. Hrow n. Tile"! jiughlln for Langdon. Mnrfy for Wade, rtottsteln for Kulp. Staff for Mitchell" Goldberg for Uottsteln. Sims for Kint. Metcnlf for Tenney, llartb tt for Hean: Haxelet for Henry. Hiinimarv Touchdowns. Brlcklev. Ood- irlge, Oi-austein, Crowtber. ("oals from touchdown, Hitchcock, llardwlck. T. It. lothbiffbatn. vVsbauch: gials from field Brl:klev II. Abausb. Time, four fifteen minute periods. Officials Referee, T). T. Fult. Prown-umpire, F. W. llurleigh. Kxeter; bead linesman, II. S. Davis, Wesleyan. tackled on the twenty yard lino and Mines recovcre-l. Sutherland punted out. lirennan went through the lino for nine yards and swept around right end for eighteen yards. Hurst passed to Nale, who went over, but Hrennau did not make the kick. tlrlnnell opened the line and attempted to use Iowa's old fako formation without success. Burge was tackled high and h-rt, but stayed hi tho game. The quarter ended on Ainea' thirty yard line. Ames LI, tirlnuell 0. In the second quarter Vincent was put In for Burge and Hryan and Witters took the Orlnnell ends In place of Loper and Cartel-. Hurgb punted and (irliinell worked tho ball into Ames territory. lliinncll paid lifted- yards for holding and then attempting a pass to JOatan, but Amis recovered and started back with the ball from her own thirty yard lino. Hunt. Weyrauch and Keeve were pounded Into the lino for downs. Cowan punted to HutheilBnd, who was held on his own ilvo yard line. Foley kicked out of flanscr -and Hurst carried it lick to (ir.nncH's thirty yard line. Weyrauch was sent around end. Keeve was -aken out with a bad knee. Anion Sends in 8u"Ih. Arenslon went in for Cowan and Cowan In for Reeve. Weyrauch and Brennun tore through fdV downs. Ames was penalized fifteen yards ' for holding. With the ball oil his own thirty yard line, Sutherland, after falling at line buvking, punted. Ames blocked and Weyrauch went over for a touchdown, tloal kick muod. The quarter closed with the score; Ames 19, tlrlnnell 0. Purge went back ot full lb the third quarter. Eagan kicked onV to Wilson and Weyrauch returned to tho middle of Held. Purge sent a long punt over Grln-nell's goal line. Grinnell's ball on her twenty yard lino. Sutherland was checkitl on second attempt to gain through the line and punted, Hurst returning bull to tho middle of field. Weyrauch ripped through the Hue for eight, Pfund made nlno more on a tacklo around play and Brennan made - first down. Weyrauch gained two, Pfund five more, and Burge booted a field goal from the twenty-live ynrd line. Orlnnell was offside, but Ames refused tlio penalty. Kagan punted to Purge, who returned tblrty-fivo yards. Burge made a running purit back to Suther land. The ball went to tho middle of the field on another fifteen yard holding penalty given Ames. Hurst returned Sutherland's punt twelve yards. McDonald and Rrennun hummered the line for downs. Pfund and utilised ngalnst the line. From the thirty vard line Burgo plwco kicked. Eagan kicked to Burge. Burgo kicked back to Sutherland, who fumbled and recovered. Urlnnell mudo ten yards on Sutherland's pass to Bryan. , Mary hit the line for three. Fleck fum-blud and Eiuiau recovered. McDonald, .Amos' left end. Intercepted a pass and, fought forty yards with a splendid Interference for a touchdown. No goal. Kidding went in for Pfund and Pfund for Wilson. The quarter ended with the ball in Grinnell's territory. Score, Ames 31, Grinnell . Sherman Punt to Ames. Andrews went In for Hurst In the last quarter and Thompson relieved Pfund, who was kicked on the leg. The ball started on Orlnnell's tlilrty-llve yard lbie. Sherman punted to Ames, fifteen yards more were added to Ames' penalty list for holding. Ames punted from her own five yard line. Sherman made a sensational return for forty yards. Eagan tove into the Ames line. Fleck made first down and put the ball on Ames' two yand line. Ames held two downs, but gave way on the third, when Muck was fofbed over. The goal was mude. Score, Ames, 31, Orlnnell 7. Hurge kicked to Eagan. Grinnell tried wiiinmHiv Touchdowns. McDonald. Na pie, Weyrauch. McDonald, Fleck. Field goals, Burgo i Substltutioni Vincent for Burge, Bryan for Iycf)cr, wlttc-in for Carter, Cowan for Reeve, Arenston for Cowan, Burgo for V incent, Scott for Brennan, Eichling for Pfund, Pfund for Wilson, Andrews for Hurst. Thomiwon for Pfund, Hammond for Macy, Of fiolals Referee, Evans of Drake Uniplre, Seymour of Normal, Headlines-man, Pntll of Iowa. ADRIAN NO MATCH FOR NEBRASKANS MXCOJ.N". Neb.. Oct. 2S.-Playlng the visitors off their feet in the early stages of todays game, Nebraska won from Adrian (Mich.) college by a score of 41 to 0. Of the forty-one points the Corn-huskors ran up twenty tn the first twelve minutes of play. Seven more caine in the second period, and then the collegians braced, held well nnd gave plunge for plunge and kick for kick. Their aggressiveness was short lived, howeyer, as the closing seven minutes of play saw the Nebraska machine working smoothly, and two more touchdowns and goals were registered. Nebraska at tho outset presented a be wildering assortment of lino plunges, for. ward passes and end runs, carrying the ball In a procession for two touchdowns and a goal kick before the Michigan men Be Aa Anto Machinist Htre'i I"! demand fur automobil maM nirta nnA for m-'n 10 tto repair work In gur.iyr. Fay l tfiw4. AatenoMif M&rhiBUU Coart la t week w tf mh rnu Hi' ut-otit iitiiixnuoilevuiid mtkr yon anidiMnisl. CkftttflMilV ComfM In ISwr-ekB wctearli you to diiva atiH repair uijr car sikI to take ?liuire o) irar jre. Highland Park College has trie Urjett gamc and mdrhine fhop In the rountry. Stutfent work tn shop from thr toitfht hours a day. 1 ustion anH living iixpf iit remarkably low. Noenlrflm'e Kmiritttun. SndforrjitaluBii. 0. H LcarwtU, rmldaat Dm MsIbm, Iw on their own "riyj been lnj-irc! during! j J; , - "' First Class or Second Class Which? The man who wears clothes made by a Rood tailor is in the first class. The ready made clothing- manufacturers try to cover up the faults of their products by blow and and think a minute. You know that every really well dressed man without exception has his clothes made by a good tailor. This insures an appearance that is first class just as sure as the best ready ' made product t;ives a man that common place, second rate appearance. Some tailors prices are too hiph. Littleton's prices are just right. Suits and overcoats $15 to $40. Made in l)es Moines. W'm. McKinley, Cutter. ED LITTLETON, Tailor 716 I.ocu8t Street HIGHLANDERS HOLD HOME TRACK MEET Yesterday afternoon the long delayed bomn track and field meet Was staged at Highland Park. The track was In a bad condition and the football game Interfered with the work somewhat, but fairly good time was made. Tho entry Hat numbered only twenty men. Tho officials were all of the college faculty and the meet was run off before the IIIghlund-Kllswoi th gaihe began. Coach Charles I. Snyder had charge of the meet and was tinfcekeeper. Professors Crow, Mturkey, Holbrook and Coad were tho other officials. The training of the track men who did not win their letters last year, but who were able to make tho team, was apparent, as these men romped away with many of tho honors. A'agel, Uusshard nnd I-orentzen were the biggest winners. A new mam Wlpf, showed up strong in the distances and annexed the two long runs In handy style. If he is eligible for the track team the fight between him and Captain Btclllngworth will be a fast one, Nagel was the surprise of tho day in the clashes, lie took tho century dash. the 440 and the half-mile run and was trone contender in tho discus throw, lie will make a valuable man for coacn sny-der next spring and will then 'bo eligible. Ho was a member of the freshman team last year and won the half-mile event from Smith and tferoxgle of West High In a dual practice meet. Bosshard showed form In the jumps and made a very good record for the high Jumo for coming out without any pre vious truluing since the close or ibsi sea son. Lrfjrentzcn annexeu me miy juu dash and was a close second in tne 1W. The nummary: Klftv vard dash LorenUen frrst, Hahn second, Dodd third. Time. :i 3-5. One mile run Wipf first, Weblcy spc-ond, Webb third. Time, 5:12 5-6. Pole vault Wtrf f'"'. Wcbley second, Bosshard third. HeiRht, It feet 3 Inches. 100 yard dash Nagel first. Iorentzen second, Ha'nu third. Time. :10 3-6. High Jump Hosshard first, Peterson second, iiahn third. Height, 5 feet 2 Inches . , . Shotpnt Chapin first. Connor second, Steele third. Distance, SO feet inches. SXil vard run Nagel first, Wyatt second, Connor third. Time, 8:14 3-5. Broad jiimp-Hossbard first, Nagel second. Halm third. Distance, U feet I inches. Two mile run Wlpf first, Hahn second. Irtscus throw Nlsh first, Steele second. Peterson third. Distance, SI feet 6 Inches. 44.) vard dash Nagel first, Hosshard isecond, Nlsh third. Time, :57 3-10. j I J Taft Team in Commercial League Retains Perfect Slate. On the Mission alloys the bowlers stiU insist on rolling high seoree. The MIbhIop team on Thursday put np the flno total of 2e. tho highest total ior the week, and the second high score of the season. C. O. Knight of the Mission team ran away with high single game for the week with 177, which Is high for the season and also alley record for Mission in leusue games. Ho also split the wood for high average for week with 2381-3, or a total of 6S5 pins, which also ties Wagle for the season's record. Other good games this week were by: Dick Pros, team, 2SJ; Morrison Taxi-26: Hyperion, 2H; Des Moines Hilllard Table company, 2JH. Good single game scores by teams were: Mission, U7l; Dick Pros., HS1; Morrison Taxi, It'll; Des Moines Billiard Table company, Hopkins Bros., 914. - Individual work Hhowed up well with the following scores with averages over 200: ' .. . 1. 2. 3. T l Knight .........277 174 234 68c ivmgnt ,....L,v ,t 234 6!- 7,'" "A H. O. Stiles 224 224 190 (iOli f 'l'fjj 1$ Morrison 22 213 1S4 62.i ''? I l Locker 244 1M 1S4 Va . I I 111 I'I F; Benson aus 176 223 607, DI.ta.lvo 216 205 Kl 'JIH I ' I I Some single games: E. Overman, 226: Coffin, 22B; Haley, 223; Albers, 211; G. Holten, 208; "Wright, 207; Ueynolda, 206: Strotz, 302; Iserman, 202; Martin, 201; Sellers, 200; Lewis,' 200. Stiles l'uuntliag Pins. "Xewiy-wed' fctl!e is looking ahead for cold weather and continues to brealc up the kindling. He is even figuring on having the old pins sent home for tho fire place so as to be remembered of the "good old game" while spinning yarns to his better half. Post continues to sneak up on the pins for good Bcores, making a 256 the other day and then Btating that it was a poor scoro for him. He seems to think the plira ought to turn up - their toes and' fall over backwards evury time he shoots his "within the speed limit" ball He rolled the above 256 In a practice game against Hoover and after getting a split in the first and second frames finished with ten strikes. Balkema and Post rolled a little, match Monday with the following result: Balkema 22S 123 JS8 1 Post - 178 r'3 213 Layton and Post rolled a three game match with Layton winning two of the games, but Post sent him to the tall uncut when he rolled 24S In the last game. Lewis of the Hyperion team made a couple of good three game scores this week: y - - , e- 1. !. S. Ttl. Monday 215 230 210 fio Wednesday 224 240 1SI1-656 The Insurance men naa a set-to Mon day afternoon at the Mission alleys. Wechselbei'g was the big chief bowler by winning most of the games, but Gwlnn grabbed high game by smashing the kindling for a scoro of 232. The visiting bowlers thti week were Pat Angelsberg of Omaha, Herman 1'nul of Waterloo, Wilcox of Perry and W. C. Layton of Denver. Hay Sine was also In Des Moines and In a match with Hermnn Paul put tip a fine scoro of 27K, making nine straight strikes. ; Uartos, ne ot the local pin ortiits, spent Inst Sunday and Monday In Minneapolis. A little week-end holiday. Dick Bros, team continues to lead the Mission league, with the Missioni and Hyperions tying for second placo. Taft Leads Commercials. In the Commercial league the C. C. Taft team continues to bold first place with 1000 per cent and rolled high's'-orcs this week with 2603 and high single game of si ' In the Alexander league no old marks were beaten. High game for the week was made by Pisalvo of the Hopkins Brothers quintette, while Nleman of the Old Tavern team made hlgli average with 202 2-3. Blley of C. C. Taft's team starred this week in the Commeclal leaguo, but failed to the high average of the week previous, his mark being 200. His high average, however,- waa 184, two pins better- tha?f last week's mark made py xiyait w Harris-Pinery. 4 , ' MORNINCSIDE BEATS CREIGHTON 26 TO 7 SIOCX" CITY'. la.,' Oct. 26. Spoclall Morniiigiiide had the advantage at every stage in today's game with Creighton university hero and wen by tho score of 26 to 7. Tho same was hard fought, but the visiting defense gave way to the stlf I onslaught of strong Interference which, headed Captain Holbeit and Klffert for big gulna - . Creighton' only scoro came from a. touchdown by Hallrr in the- third quarter when the ball Iwi been advanced within striking distance on a series of forward panics. Tamisfa kicked goal, The locals scored their first touchdown after less than five minutes of play. Hol-beit missed the goal. In tho coml quarter a series of successful forward, passes bv Momlnsdfle and terrific plunging by Holbert and Hi ffert netted another touchdown. Deal was kicked Three more touchdowns and two trea ffoals gave the locals the game. . "LARGEST UPSTAIRS CLOTHES SHOP IN IOWA." I irisii iigem I illlilli AUTO TOPS Does your Auto Top need recovering? We are making; special prices , right now. Price $23.50 for either Mohair or Auto Rubber Cloth. C. C. CARRIAGE CO. 318 Court Avenue. 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S. Government for the Indian Service out West. Absolutely silent engine, result of 18 years of experience in engine building. SpP fill sPir ftGrfl i(le i" ia luxurious tonneau OCC mc VcU notjce the 8teady Bilent pui of it9 powerful encine and see for yourself the great value that is offered with this full equipment for $1585. 4 MODELS: Roadster Four and Five Passenger Touring Cars Sedan Climbs the Hills Like a Six" See. the Great Western before you buy. A. D. Bothne Company 921 Walnut Street V 1 '1585 mi i j til - j n n a m. n m -m it t r 1 I They All Me Off Their Hafs To Our Clothes Look where you will, you won't find more truly fashionable garments than we're offering you at from $5 to $8 Less than you've always paid for the same quality. , You get the benefits of the big savings in rent, etc., of our upstairs location. - Three big lines of suits and overcoats at $15 $17.50 i FflRKWOOD & RICHARlTh lUl "THE lTrsTAIRS CLOTHES SHOP" Over 512-514-516 Walnut Street 12 ALL-STAR Glide FEATURES ml ' 4sh.p. 1 xy Tho ir13 "GLIDE" is the ALL-STAR car of the seosonl It represents an unparalleled advancement in motor car construction. On" no other car ran you find all of the lis 113 GLIDE features, which represent tire most advanced ideafr of leading automobile engineers. Get the up-to-date GLIDE! Investigate! Compare! Find out for yourself whirli oar gives the best values and newest Improvements! Get the new Glide Book for 1913 and read iioout these 12 Ali-Stiir Features and many others: Narrower Fore-frame. permitting; shorter turnlnK. larger Oasnlino Tank. Improved Muffler. New CenlrlfuKnl Water-C'IrculatlnB Pump. Stronger, yet llarhter irame. Improved .Kadlator and Shorter Hood. So 191.1 Improved Ijong-stroke Motor. Center Control Levers Side Lamps in Bash. Self-Ftnrter. Irreversflile Steering ieajv. JJcniount-able Kims. - These are the things that prove a ear's true worth. That prove reliability, speed, power, safety. In fact, every. I thing that makes a car a good car Is Incorporated in the "Glide." And the GLIDE price Is far below other cars of a similar cluss! One reason why we can give you so mw!'.J?,eit!i.r.valu" ,or thB money Is that the Glide. Is not an assembled car AH the rwts are built at our own factory and not (fathered from different factories and put together In another one. . f Ask for Free BoolO If you want a car you can be proud of. write for our free lmok and learn all tho lacis. Read how the "Glide" meets every expectation of the owner and fulfills every promise of the makers. It will jray ynu to write us before you close any deal or make any kind of arrangement elsewhere. The "Glide' passenger, $,2 lii.ouo. . 5-passenger. 30; 2 and 4 $2,150; 7-uaefeenger. Don't fnil to send for book now. It will pay. you to investigate our term and proposition. AVERY COMPANY Distributors Des Moines, Iowa li ii TALK OF DES MOINES AHITO TOLdD Thrilling! Exciting! Daring! Climax of Dangerous Sports BASE BALL PARK 3 P. M. TODAY the iiiird quarter, wa s rsuiuceo vy- i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i

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