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THE GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE Monday Evening, November 9, 1925. DRISCOLL'S LAST MINUTE FIELD GOAL DOWNS BAYS 14 Head Linesman McGregor's Unfair Ruling On Forward Pass Gives Cards Win, 9-6 AKRON LOSES TWO CONTESTS IN PRO WHEEL GRID RACE All Scores Made In Final Quarter; Packers Outplay Chica-goans; Abramson Gets lm Place Kicks. i PHKTTY TOlTiH P lUTS (fi) eDoiinell, 1'' Buck. It. Wood III, lg. Larson, o. Gardner, is. KttH. 't- BY CAL WHITE SOX PA UK. CHICAGO, tn As usual tho card.' wore stacked against the Packers on their visit to ; Vw gara. re. ChloBBO and Sunday afternoon the j Mb thy, pb. n..Ao clmmnlonn were forced ! Norton, l.h.b. 1o take a defeat, 9 to 8 lit the hands or the Cardinals before ft crowd of loss than 3 000 on a snow covered irrldlron. Chnrlle Ray In his famous picture "Two Minutes To C.o" didn't have anything on Chris O'Brien's hirelings. The only difference between Kay and the Cardinal team was that Kay did Kin stuff alone while Head Linesman McGregor was the demon In the cast for the Chicago eleven. Worked Forward Pas lx-wellen, r h.b. Busing, fli. Referee. Rlltcr, Herdenmp, Gary, CiiriUnnN le., Snilth It., Evans lg., Luna 0 , Clay pui il if;., Brennmi it., (idles re., Anderson qb , Dunn 1 h.b Driscoll rhb., KrU'km fb., Koehler Detroit; Umpire, Ind. Head Lines- Neid-men Are Bumped Off by Phils and Pottsville; Detroit Whips Milwaukee. PRO LKAGIK STANDING Football Schedule Either "Makes or Breaks" Coach man, McGregor Time of periods, 15 minutes; Timers, Art Schmael, Green Hay, and Winkles, Cardinals; Linesmen, Kondou, Green 3!ay and P. O'Brien, .'ardlnnls. SubHtltutioiui: Green Bay, Jean for Woodin; Abramson for Gardner; Gard-iut for Eurpo; Wilktns for O'Donn.'ll; In the fourth quarter after Abram- j cardinals, Tays for Dunn; Hurlbut fur eon had put the Bays in the lead by j Tays; Dunn for Hurlbut; Mclnery for booting two neat gpals from place- clay pool. ment, the Cards opened up with ev-: crything In the hook and a little more i,nci,ii svrral well executed forward passes took the ball deep into thej Packers territory. The oval was, resting five yards from the Packer; goal. ' Dunn faked a line plunge and tossed a pass In Erirkson's direction. The, Cardinal halfback stabbed at the ball. , It era2ed his hands and bounded Into; Anderson's reach and Eddie ran be-; hind the goal line with the oval. The football rules read that a pa's is incomplete if Hie first man th.it receives a forward push does not retain ovat unless it i touched by a player of the opposing teffhi. "Passed The Buck" No member of the Paekr team came near the ball. Naturally, the Tarkers expected to have the pass ruled illegal. Kefereo Ritter claimed he did not see the play. Ho passed the buck to Umpire Hcrdeamp, who in turn stated that ho was not on 'top' of the play. These two officials questioned Head Linesman McGregor and he ruled that Basing touched the brill. As a matter of fart Basing was covering his man, who had ran out as a decoy on the other sido of the field. Basing was, at least, ten yards, from the pass. Then the trouble started, the Packers were wild and charges of 'robbery' filled the air. Many of the Green Bav rooters, they w'oro there about 600 strong, jumped from the grandstand and ran to the sides of the playing field. Of course, the Cardinal followers did the same.One of the Bayites hit Head Linesman McGregor on the jaw and it wouldn't have taken much to have starte a fine little free-for-all. About a dozen Chicago cops did a ijuiek Mep and the field was cleared and the game went on. Blocked Priscoll's Try , '. LTiscoll'is try for goal after a touchdown was blocked and the Green Bayians breathed a bit easier. But the Cardinals launched another savage attack and, a partly blocked punt, Green Bay's only bad kick of the game, gave the ball to the Chicago team on the 35 yard line. There was only utxvit 90 seconds to play but it seemed like hours. A Cardinal pass put the ball near the Packers goal and Driscoll did the rest with a field goal. , Even the most rabid Chicago fans said after the game that it was one of the greatest pro football contests ever staged in the Windy City. With second place in the League standing, practically assured the winner, both learns went at it with a vengeance. Savage Tackling Affair It was a savage tackling affair. Both clubs smeared for all they were worth and the man with the ball was given pretty rough treatment The Packer backfleld remained intact all the game. Only the superb condition of the Bay carriers enabled them to stand the gaff. Lewellen, who played his greatest game in a Packer uniform, was knocked wozzy several times but fought, like a tiger when they wanted to take him out of the game and he stuck to the finish. Although the sun smiled brightly and a snappy wind swept across the gridiron, the playing field was more fit for snow shoes than a gridiron encounter. For houis before the game, the Chicago management had an I army of workers clearing the snow; off the field. The going was mucky ' but despite the soft under footing some sparkling football was pulled off. Fighting Packer Team It, was a fighting Packer team that went down to defeat. They were beaten but not outclassed. Even after DriscoH had booted the field gop.l and there was only 3S seconds left to j play, the Jiays received the kick oil j and gained considerable, jarduge. For three quarters, Green Bay; held a decided advantage. Up Unltl j the hvst four minutes, Chicago was j never within field goal kicking dis- j lance. Diirujjj. this time, however, thej Buys were always dangerous Just j before the end of the first half, the) Packers had the brill In the shadow i of the Cardinal goal posts but a pass ' nn'y by u-.. :-.-s ; bail just gruzzed Lewelicn's hands, j 0 nq nuitwfhthcr bth rthr hrtfr r in the third quarter, tile Packers tried for a Hcl.l go.nl but the wind blew it out. Severn! ether times dur- 1 inn this period. ;t seemed as if the : 1 ays would come through, but, rs was r.iid before, the cards wir? stacked. ' Kurly in the f.nal period Abramson ! connected fcr his first pVicement. . Mi, itly after, be missed nncther by ln Ins mi.) then the former Mlnr.e-pot.i Mar cu";iert.' l for lila counter j ul.itli wh ,i beauiy. Only Four .Minute Left There was only about four minutes ' 5 ft when the C i.'dlnnis. driven to : desperation, locuii thnwlng forward1 '.s s ail over the tieid. It looked as if they w.re doomed for defeat.' Mmwver. Capt. Driscoll took a gamb- , ! r' ohi.nc-p. about cue In a hundied, 1 .'i it came through. Sunday night j !risfuH a ,ix ,i hero on the South Side j l-,j fropi t lie tirecu Bay point of view I !"," fK.5,n.'i of Cl:r!s O'ilrlc'ii' team j lu'.d .-,i v,?irsh'ipin-! Had Liii-'S. : iij'. X, -tii "sur tut us much a tlu-.v , t i tHc:r hits to liio iTiiliunt ; Score by periods: l'ackens 0 0 0 Cardinals 0 0 0 Scoring: Touchdown. Anderson; goals, Abramson Z, Driscoll 1. 9:) field CAL'S- COMMENTS , Chicago Cards . . ' Pottsville Philadelphia . Green iUy AJron Chicago Bears . Providence 4 Bock Island .... Canton 3 Now York Cleveland Hammond ..... Kansis City .... Buffak Bocheater Dili nth 0 Dayton , Milwaukee ..... Columbus , Week Fiid Scores Chicago Cards 9 Packers 6. Chicago Bears 19 Philadelphia 0. Providence 10 Buffalo 0. New York 19 Columbus 0. Canton 6 Cleveland 0. Detroit. 21 Milwaukee 0. Pottsville 21 Akron 0. Philadelphia 17 Akron 7 (Saturday). Kansas City-Puluth, postponed rain. DuIuth Hammond, postponed-snow. W L T I'ct. 5 0 2 1.000 6 10 .857 5 10 .833 9 2 0 .818 6 2 0 .750 4 2 2 .666 4 2 2 .C6 4 2 0 .666 2 2 3 .000 3 3 0 .D00 3 3 0 .600 2 4 0 .333 1 3 0 .250. 1 3 1 .250 15- .167 0 3 1 .000 0 3 0 .000 0 4,1 .000 0 4 0 .000 0 7 0 .000 Did Johnny Maulbctsch, former Michigan star, ever maka the all-American team? S. S. S. Yes, In 1914, his sophomore year. What's Capt. Bob Roper's right name? D. W. E. William E. Hammond. WEST HIGH SCORES 21-14 WIN AGAINST OSHKOSH GRIDDERS Well, the best team got beat and wo aren't afraid to tell the world that. It Is Impossible to beat the Cnrdinals in Chicago any way and they refuse to play off their homo grounds. Tho Packers are done trying and unless tho Cardinals will come to Green Bay next, there will be no game between the teams. Tho Bay followers were loyal to tho Big Bay Blues right up until the end. A near fight prevailed when the crowd was leaving tho park. One of Green Bay rooters remarked to a Juhliant Cardinal fan that he was glad the Packers lost the way they did than won the way the Cards did. This relit the fires of hatred that hud b'.en smouldering Blnce McGregor ruled the Chicago pass legal and hostilities loomed but cops cut short the disturbance. Head Linesman McGregor announced that ho would file a report on the game to President Carr and ,thnt in tho future, he would demand more police protection for officials. All the time, he was rubbing his jaw as if it was a tender spot. The shades of a well known West Side butcher. McGregor won't be 1 he only one to fill? a report ns tho Packer management will seek to have, him barred from officiating in any more pro football games. It Is safe to say that ihere were about 700 Green Bnyinns rooting their heads off in the Packer see--tion. During the last quarter, at leat two hundred of them were parked near the Packer bench, willing to fight Chicago and all its suburbs if necessary. One of the Chicago cops said ho never raw surh a 'rar'in' gang as "that bunch from Wisconsin." BCLIJBTIN DETROIT Tho Detroit Tanthers kept their record clean In the Pro Football league by taking Milwaukee, ! into camp, 21 to 0. Tho visitors from the Badger state threatened at times but lacked the punch when within scoring distance. Next Sundry, Detroit Invades Chicago to tackle the Bears, Murph White's Footballers Take ;re Hard Fought Contest From Sawdust City Team. BY BILLY EVANS It Is possible for a. football coach to pave tho way to a winning season months in advance of that time. I have reference to tho making of a team's schedule. Since a majority of coaches hae the last word in the assigning of dates, the schedule is largely molded around their judgment. Not so many years ago if a major college eleven had three outstanding games on Its schedule it was living up to precedent. If four games were arranged the schedule was considered a heavy one. Now it is not at all uncommon for a college to have six big games, two a trifle less Important, and possibly one'sput In all the dates a soft one. Perhaps tho biggest surprise of the year In football circles was tho easy mariner in which Illinois beat Pennsylvania. The schedules of the-two teams without a doubt played a prominent part In that dope upset. While heavy schedules are the rule rather than the exception this year, w colleges in tho country contracted for bigger things than did Illinois and Pennsylvania. An idea of Pcnn's ambitious schedule can be gleaned from the fact that on successive Saturdays It met Brown, EAST GREEN BAY IN 34-3 VICTORY OVER ANTIGO HIGH SQUAD i iaying oeio.o a ...... .- . rhlra0 lmnai. i rich and Oshkosh High '. battled in their annual Fox River Valley confer ence game at Oshkosh on Saturday j matins' wltn Nebraska, which always litis one oi me uesi, icums in ine miuuie Now glance at what Illinois faced at the start of the season. First cume a and the Purple team emerged victors, the final scoro being 21 to 14. Tho game was hard fought throughout but the superiority of the West aiders was POTTSVILLE, Pa. Tho Pottsville Maroons defeated tho Akron Tigers Sunday in a game which may have an importcint bearing on the National league, championship, 21 to 0. Tliis defeat, together with that of yesterday by the Fratrkford Yellow Buckets, eliminates Akron from championship honors, for which they were surious contenders only 4S hours ago. Lineup: Akron, (U) Pottsville (21) Bihstdl, le. le., Berry Blailock, It. ' It., Hathaway Nesser, lg. lg., Kaois Barrett, c. c, Hughes Conrad, rg. rg-. Osborne Stahlman, rt. rt., K. Stein Newman, re. rs., Doyie Robertson, qb. qh., Ernest Pollard, Ih. lh., Fianugan Nciliaus, rh. , rh.( Latonu Falcon, fb. fb- Wentz Touchdowns Berry, Flanagan, La- tone. Points after touchdown Berry, 3. Substitutions Clements for Barrett, .Mills for Stahlman. apparent almost from the opening whistle. j A cold northeast wind blew across the gridiron and the cfrtd was so Intense as to be a great handicap to the players in the handling of the ball, nevertheless fumbles were few and far between, each side making one. Tho weather also made forward passing difficult but a great many aerial attempts were completed. The Purple team showed ii'ieh improved form over their naylng of a w"eck ago despite the fact that Injuries kept four regulars from the game. However, tho reserves who took their places fitted Into the game nicely. The tackling of the Purple team was excellent and the Sawdust Cily aggregation gained but little through the Purple line. The first touchdown made by the lo west. The next four opponents were Butler, Iowa, Michigan ami I'enn. So when Penn faced Illinois It had been through 'three terrific struggles land Illinois had weathered four. I say weathered, because in three of the four games Illinois had suffered de feat. In football a coach usually points his team for certain games. That is, he wants his squad to be in top form for thoso particular dates. Prior to the Illinois' game the biggest spot in Penn's schedule was Yale. It was the first meeting tn years and I'enn wanted to beat Yale more than any other team on its schedule with tho possible exception of Cornell. It succeeded. There is no wiser coach In football than Zuppke of Illinois. After being beaten by Nebraska and Iowa, I am inclined to think that he set his cap to beat Michigan iid Pennsylvania. He pointed for those two games. How Illinois held Michigan, one of cals came in the middle of the first he greatest teams the west has had period. Some nice end runs by Johnson and Hansen carried the ball to the 15 yard line and a pass Herber to Quinn did the rest and as usual Radwick kicked goal. Offsiifo Hurts West Tho Oshkosh team scored their in years, to a 3-0 victory, is now foot ball history. Even more remarkable was tho victory over Pennsylvania. Another thing that figured big in the Penn-Illinois game was the old mental hazard, which was on Penn's side. Prior to the Illlnl contest Penn had a clean slate, while Illinois had CANTON, C; CLEVELAND, 0 CANTON, O. Tho Canton Bulldogs defeated the Clevelunds today, 6 to 0, in a bitterly fought pro league contest. In the second quarter llogan passed 30 yards to Robb for a touch down Both teams started punting early in the game. Cleveland having a little better of the booting deul until llogan ran a punt back from his own 20 yard lino to Cleveland's 38 yard line. Line up: The Packer management Is beginning to think that big crowds in Chicago are the bunk. Yesterday's game attracted a trifle less than 3.000 and there was no division of financial spoils o'cr tho guarantee. Next Sunday tho Packers play their final game of the season nt home. The Dayton club will ba the attraction and the Big Bay Blues will start over ogaln in their climb towards the top of the heap. This will be Dayton's first appearance here and the Triangles are credited with having a surprise team liko the Rochester Jeffs, Nuff said. c. Cleveland (0) le., Baldwin lt Merdon lg Vinoe c, Kreinhedcr rg., Wallace rt., Sprinkle re., Williams qb., Nardaccl lh., Noble ' rh., Wolfe fb., Elliott Cahton: Merrillct for Carroll, Zimmerman for Reddinger. Cleveland: Seigle for Baldwin, Stringer for Wolfe. Touchdown Hogan. Referee Durfee (Williams). Umpire Dell (Oberlin). Canton (fi) Culver, lo. Kyle, It. Flattery, lg MiRoberts, Speck, rg. Comstock, rt. Carroll, re. Hogan, qb. Robb, lh. Reddinger, rh. Calac. fb. Substitutions first touchdown in short order. est 'suffered three defeats, kicked to Oshkosh and Konrad ran penn had everything to lose and lithe ball back to the Purple 40 yard hnois all to gain. Every one expected line. Opening up with a peculiar short I i'enn to win; no one Illinois, pass formation the Oshkosh team There is no getting away from the worked the ball to the 5-ynrd line. jfaCjt that the schedules play a big Two attempts through thel Ire netted j part n ft team's success. Without about a yard and then West lost half detracting In the least from Illinois' the distance to the goal for offsides 'great victory, it was fortunate in get- nnd in two plays nioro tne pan went! ting Penn at the right spot. over for a touchdown. No more scoring resulted during the half hut tho Purple lost one by the narrowest of margins. One the last play of the half Herber tried to buck the line from the 1-yard marker. As tho referee unscrambled the pile and placed the ball the whistle blew with the oval resting only about one Inch from the goal lino. During the third perlofl the Purple mads another touchdown on a pas Herber to Quinn across the goal. Quinn made a nice catch of tho pass. Radlck made tho goal. Ecrly tn the fourth period Oshkosh made a touchdown on a funny play. With the ball on their ow"n 30 yard mark and fourth down 15 yards to go the Oshkosh lads pilled a lonff forward pass. Siowert grabbing the ball on West's 40 yard mark and eluded the (Continued on Page 15) Bokoski, re. Schumaker, rt. Pfotenhauer, rg. STIJHI DRFHFR HURT ' The line-up: IN FOOTBALL GAMET 1,iBh (34) HARTFORD, Conn. UP) Harry Stuhldreher, all-American quarterback, with Notre Dame last year, was Injured Sunday while playing quarterback for the Hartford Blues, formerly the Watorbury Blues, state professional football champions. He was carried from tho field In the first half, suffering from a slight brain concussion received from a hird tackle. He was taken to a hospital, but Inter -was released and left for Villa Nova coL lege, where he is head coach. X-mas tree workers want-ed. Experienced hands pre-fered. Platten Produce Co. Hilltoppers' Brilliant Attack Proves too Much for Lumberjacks Eleven. Contentment ruled supreme among the Antlgu high school grldders Saturday afternoon as they smiled their way out of the City Athletic atadlum arter registering the first score of the season against East Green Bay's eleven in a game which was filled with thrills and ended with the score standing 34 to 3 in favor of the Bay team. Tho aggregation which started the tussle against the "Lumber-jacks," with but two exceptions, was cofn-pu.sed of second-string pigskin chaser and shortly before the end of the initial quarter, the Antigo "prides" by displaying a nifty forward passing combination worked the ball down to tha Hilltoppers' ten yard line. At this stage of the game, the Red and AVhito mentor sent his regulars Into the fray but they were a bit too late in arriving for the Antigo outfit had the oval in scoring territory and after two line-bucks went for nothing, Hoffman, the visitors' half-back, stepped back to the 15 yard line and booted a pretty dropkick which smeared the Hilltoppers' clean slate. The quarter ended about a minute later with Anti-go leading the Bay team 3 to 0. Zuidmiilder Scores Coach Wiley's men were a bit rattled at tho start of the second period but they were not long in finding themselves. After about eight minutes of this quarter had elapsed, the- fighting East Green Bay machine worked the ball down in scoring territory and Zuidmulder. the Hilltopper left half-back, smashed five yards through the Antigo grldders for a touchdown. He added another point via the plare-klck route. The Wiley-ites started another goahvard march only to be halted by the whistle which closed the first half. Score: East high 7, Antigo 3. East came back after the intermission with plenty of determination: and all during the third period the Hilltoppers had the visitors on a steady backward gallop. The Bay lino was opening big holes for the speed merchants behind the forward wall who were stepping off long and spectacular runs. Coach Wiley's pro teges collected a total of 20 points during this quarter. The touchdowns were made by Bokoski, Brunette nad Murphy. Zuidmulder added two points by place-kicks after two of tho tallies. During the final period, Antigo strengthened a bit and v hold tho Crimson warriors to a lone touchdown. This was made by Murphy after he received a toss from Zuidmulder. Murphy zig zagged his way down the field throwing off a half dozen would bo ladders. It was the prettiest run of tho encounter. On On Foot Lino East threatened the visitors again during the last minutes of play when they marched down tho field on,ly to be halted on the one foot line as the game ended. Three Surprise Victories Turn Western Conference Chase Into Free -for -All ANOTHER RED Boy "Pinkie" V allien Roy "Pinkie" Walden Is tho "Red" Grange of scholastic football In th south. And like the Illinois flash, Walden is redheaded. He hails from the Central high school of Knoxvllle, Tenn. . For two years no prep eleven has been able to stop him. Last season he breezed off a total of 2283 yards in eight games. This year he Is again running wild. In four games he has totaled a gain of approximate, ly 1100 yards. Already the leading colleges of tha south are casting eager eyes in his direction. He has two years more of scholastic football, being a sophomore. Michigan, Chicago and Iowa Are Taken Down Peg by Northwestern, Illinois and Badger Football Teams. BULLETIN W Minnesota 0 Michigan 3 Iowa 2 Northwestern 2 Wisconsin 2 Chicngo ..- 2 Ohio 1 Illinois 1 Purdue 0 Indiana 0 IVf. l.Oi'O .7".0 ,6il'i ,6M Sti'H .6111 .500 .000 ,000 Becker, c. Steele, lg. Ferricks, It. Binish, le. McGulrc. qb. Baye, rhb. Queoff, lhb. Reynolds, fb. Score by quarters: East 0 Antigo 3 (3) Antigo re, Kafka rt, Williams rg, Jones c. Miller lg Glese It. Conrad le, Blaha qb, Walsh (Capt.) rhb, Hoffman lhb, Becker fb, Boll 7 20 734 0 0 03 Officials: Refferee Coffeen, Green Bay; umpire Sullivan, Manitowoc; headllnesman I.mbeau, Green Bay. Touchdowns Zuidmulder 1; Murphy, (Continued on Pago 15) Paddy, wdio is' probably the greatest pro footballer in the game today. Their Greatest Game It would be unfair to signal out any member of tho Packer team as the Bays played their greatest game of the year even with Capt. Lnmbcau nursing an injured leg on the beneh. I On several different occasions. Cui ly i got up and tried to run along the sido j lines, trying out his leg but he coul.l- n't make it as tho battle scarred I limb was not fit for action. ' Norton, Lewellen, Basing and Mathy's did everything asked of them behind thn lines. Vegara. O'Donnell and Wilkins performed superbly at the ends, while the line men. Larson, Gardner, Woodin, Jean, Abramson. Ruck and Earpo were in the heat of the mix-up every minute. Statistics of the game show that the. Cards didn't moke forty yards through the Packer forward wall during the game. Paddy Driscoll, Red Dunn and Eddie Anderson were about tho whole, show for the Cardinal team. Woodin Kicked Off. F.rennan grabbed Woodln's kick off. wbi'h opened the game, but was downed on the Cards' 40. After holding the Cards to little yardage on three rushes, a penalty for off side gave O'Brien's hirelings a first down. The Chicasroaris couldn't gain much and Dunn punted out of bounds on Grrft Bay's 26 yard line. Two thrusts netted little for the Parkers and Buck kicked to the Cards' 34. Driscoll & Co. got a first down. A pass by Driscoll was plucked out of the frigid atmosphere by Ojay (Continued on Page 15) NEW YORK, 19; COLUMBUS, 0 NEW YORK Playing on a soaking (Continued on Page 15) Grid Quiz ? by ? Billy Evans QUESTIONS 1. What Is the usual penalty for various violations of the rules that could generally be classed as unnecessary roughness? 2. Can any player on the side not making a forward pass, handle such pass if lie can intercept same? 3. If a player of t''e passer's sido legally touches a ball but fails to hold it what players are eligible to recover same? ANSWERS 1. Hurdling, tripping, tacWlng, when player is clearly out of bounds, throwing player with ball to the ground or piling up on player after tall has been declared dead, are all punishable by the loss of 15 yards. Tho penalty for clipping is more severe, being a 25-yard loss from point of goal. 2. Any player of the side that did not make the forward pass has a right t,o touch or attempt to catch the ball before it has touched the ground. 3. When a player of the passer's i sido so legally touches the ball, he I only of his side may recover or attempt to recover the ball until It touches tho ground or Is touched by an opponent. j Broadway Hotel RESTAURANT AND COFFEE SHOP Good food, excellently prepared to tempt your appetite, 24 Hour Service Regular Meali Short Orders M n It D 9n o m ir Pay Coal Because The Man Who Buys Cheap He Needs "Ashes" to Fill in His Driveway is Making a "Mistake" If You Use You Will Have Practically No "Ash" -But You Can Save Enough "Fuel Money" to Build a Concrete Driveway. Order it Now XT UKLBUT'S Phone Adams 23 SPORT TABS" COLLINSVILLE, III. (U.R Jockey Grover Duncan, 34, of Locust Grove, Okla., who was Injured at Fairmont Jockey club near here on Oct. 30, died Sunday night. CHICAGO U.R) Jake Schaefer, champion 18.2 balkline billiard player will defend his crown here soon jgainst Edourd Horemans, the Begian champion. The first matches will be Nov. 30, Dec. 1 and 2. NEW YORK (U.RV Helen Watn-right, former national amateur all-around swimming champion, challenged Ethelda Blelbtre, Gertrude Ederlo and Aileen Riggln to met her In a series of tests this winter to decide the National Professional championship. Living In the past or the future Isn't much fun. Try the present. It Is both of them combined. CHICAGO (U.R) On three storrn-nwept gridirons last Saturday, the football championship race of the Big Ten conference was thrown Into turmoil, the three leading contenders were upset In the mud, and now tho title may be copped by almost any body. By long odds the most startling tip pet of a hectic day was the 3 to 2 vie. tory of Northwestern's Wildcats over the powerful Michigan Wolverines. Faced by a sea of mud and a driving rain that made a passing game vlr- tually impossible. Northwestern played smart football, kicked a field goal before the ball got too wet and heavy for accurate booting, and then played an air tight defensive game that kept the charging Wolverines out of danger. Used Ills Brains Once Michigan got the ball tn Wild cat territory, but lost it on downs anil then it was that Captain Tom Iwry used his brains, ordered Lewis to fall f on the ball behind tho goal Una for a safety, giving Michigan its two points, but removing the danger of a, touchdown. Before last Saturday Michigan had won three conference victories anil had defeated the Navy, 54 to 0. Tins Wolverines appeared almost unbeatable and odds ns long as 3 to 1 had been given that they would beat Northwestern. Wisconsin's 6 to 0 victory over low In a blinding snowstorm was the see-on upset of the day- The Badgers were known to hava plenty of potential strength but had played Indifferent football in earlier games. Iowa had two conforonce victories and no defeats or ties before the fatal Wisconsin game. "Fumbliw Are Costly The handicaps of mud and raht proved too much for "Red" Grange to get away on any of his long runa but Illinois took advantage of the costly Chicago fumbles and won from Coach Stagg's Maroons, 13 to 6. Chicago's defeat removed the last of the conference schools from the stainless column, but the Maroons had suffered fl a tie earlier in the softfion. Ohio came through with an unimpressive 7 to 0 victory over the Improved Indiana eleven. The gams (Continued on Page 15) Give Something Unusual For Xmas This Year Sporting Goods Pleases GORDON BENT COMPANY Ill-llf MATS STREET PHONE ADAMS 21G8 New Woolen Hosiery Has The Floor! Cold feet have no place or business in Green Bay. Let yours take the first train out the fare is 75c to $1.50. 'This hosiery is as soft and comfortable in tread as walking on a warm sandy beach. The patterns as tame as a kitten chased by a dog. But this season everything real in hosiery is real bright New Caps too fascinating patterns. EssslsssBsHBSIiaBBBKaBK r 302 N. Washington St

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