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Monday Evening, October 1 6, 1 922. 10 BAYS GO DOWN TO DEFEAT AT HANDS OF CARDINALS GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE Chicago Eleven Fights Way to Victory in Second Half pj Sundays Mathys Makes Green Bay Score Towards Close of Second Period With Well Kicked Field Goal. byTai- CHICAGO. 111. The brilliant individual play of the Cardinal back field coupled with some gapping hole in the Green Buy line gave Chris O'Brien's team a 16 to 3 over the Hays in a National Football league contest Funday afternoon at Normal park, Chicago before about 3.500 fans. The Bays withered in the second half and Paddy Drlscoll, Johnny Mo-liardt, and the Horween brothers, playing under the name of McMahon, (mashed through the "Hluu" defense for considerable yardage. The old Harvard criss cross line buck enabled A. Horween to twice xmash through for touchdownB. Driscoll Some Star Taddy Drlscoll Is JiiHt as brilliant a football player as ever. He never K perns to get old and in Sunday's game, he stood out as the mainstay of the Cardinal machine. Driscoll ran back punts brilliantly, he skirted outside of right tackle frequently for long ; pains and, as usual, his trusty kicking! toe was very much In evidence. There Is no getting away from ft, the Cardinals have a good team. Their much despised "Prarie" line outrushed and outcharged their much heavier Oreen Bay opponents. The Cardinal forwards seemed to get the Jump on the Bays, particularly In the second half, and' the Oreen Bay back Holder had a dickens of a time getting started. Jtays' Briuht Spots The work of five Oreen Bay players stood out prominently. Tubby How-aid and Cowboy Wheeler played wonderful football at ends. But few gains were made around the Hay wings despite the fact that two nnd three men were bearing down on i Wheeler and Howard continually. On Ihe offense, the two ends, together with Charlie Mathys caught more than their share of forward passes- Mathys ran his team nicely, came through with a nice field goal anil lisndled punts well even though thoi Cardinal forwards were on top of him every minute. Mills showed firm at ! fullback and stood out prominently on the defense. Niemann, the new center played a bear of a game and got away with several feature plays that drew him a big hand from the crowd. Packers Kick Off. ( The game was a bit late In starting. The Cardinals won the tos and the Packers kicked off. Murray booted! to Driscoll and the Chicago star fame! bark 15 yards. The Chicago team launched a spirited drive which car rled the pigskin straight down the field. As usual, the Packer were slow in getting started. With the pigskin on their 13 yard line, the Packers held for two down and then Howard threw Mohurdt for n S yard loss. Drlscoll stepped back end kicked a field goul. At least that la the way Referee Klliott ruled. T'mplre liolloway called It no goal and the teams wrangled for ten minutes. Finally the game was resumed. . Niemann drabs KirltolT. The Cardinals kicked off. Driscoll's kick was grabbed by Niemann and he ran 'he pigskin to the Cardinals 40 yard line. It was a sparkling play. After two plays. Ijimbeau passed to Howard and It was first down on the Cardinals , 30 yaid line. Iamheuu' drop kick was partly blocked but Buck recovered for the Bays on Chicago's 35 yard mark, After threo plays, Lamueuu's drop went nstray and It was the Cardinals bull on the 20 yard line. Driscu'l punted out of danger Immediately. The Bays started another drive which ended on the Cardinals 20 yard marl; when time was called for the quarter. Oreen Bay lost the ball after two forward passes went bad. The Cardinals didn't set the world on tire and Drlscoll panted to Mathys on the Bayg thirty. An exchange of punts gained little for either team. Ijuti- emu was onuiy oungeq up uluj i,jtx takes hiB place at half. Mathys Gels Keltl Coal. Buck's punt was blocked and the Cardinals got the bull In Oreen Bays danger zone. Chicago could mil gain and Driscoll's drop kick wa blocked fcy Mills' who recovered the ball in midfteld. Then the Bays got going Ml!n and they piled through for couple of first downs. A series of forward passes put the ball on the Cardinal 19 yard line nrul Muthy? evened the count .with a drop kick. There was no further scoring In th; puiud. rardlnals Recover Rail The Cardinals kicked off. On the frst play. Click fumbled nnd It was the Cardinal's ball on the Bays' 15 yard line. Green Bay held in stone-wall fashion and Driscoll's drop kick went bad. The Bays could not ad Vance and Buck punted to mid Held. The Cardinals' offense swung Into action again and coupled with a tien. lty of 15 yards for roughing Di ts-cnV, they gonn had the ball on the Kays' Jive. McMahon plunged over for a score and Driscoll kicked the goal. Gardner kicked off for the Buys. The ball changed hands on a lories of kicks. Mathys was downed on the "0 yard line nnd on the next line up Cronin fumbled aand the ball went to the Cardinals. Green Bay made a stand on the one yard linn and held for downs. Buck punted to Drlscoll who came back, to the Bays' 40 yard murk. McMahon Scores Again . In the fourth quarter, the Card! mil kept pushing ahead and it wasn't long before McMahon fought his way over for a touchdown. Driscoll missed the goal. For the remainder of the quarter, the Bays held their own pretty well nnd with but a few minute? of plsv, J-umbe.au, who bad rturntd to tb-? game, cut loose with aome passes which put the pigskin in the Cardinal's territory; flnal time was ealbd with the oval on the Cardinal's 20 yard line. '. ; i Uriairon fray THE LINE.UP ( ordinals (16) Egun, 1. e. Itundnulsi 1. t. Zola 1. g. Mclnerny c. Bueki ye d. g. Leonard r. t. O'Connor r. e. A. McMahon t. b. Mnhardt 1. h. Drlscoll Capt.) r. h. Koeliler f. li. (ireen Buy (fl) 1. e. Wheeler 1. t. Buck 1. g. Davis e. Nelinan d. g. Oardner r. t. Murray r. e. lluwnrd ij. b. Mathys 1. h. Begnit-r l.imbeaiK ("apt.) f. b. Mills Score by periods: Cardinals 3 0 7 Backers U 3 0 Touchdown A. M'c.Muhon (2), goals, Priscull (drop), Mathl 616 (I 3 Kielit (dot)). I'oint fitter touchdown, Drlscoll. Substitutes, Cardinals; Olles for Leonard; Hryant for Mohardt: Sacks for Egan; 11. McMahon for Koeliler; Brennuu for Buckeye; Whalen for Uundiiuist , Bryant for A. McMahon. Oreen Bay: (Hick for I.imbcau; Smith for Wheeler; L.'imbeau for Olick; Cronin for Begnler; Owens for Davis; Nadolny for Owens; SCardellu for Mills. Beferee Elliott (Iowa). I'mplre, liolloway (Navy). Head linesman, I'. Monro (IJoston Tech). Time of periods, 15 minutes. Timers, Schuldes and .Tones. Linesmen, Bernhardt ami Walsh. 51 TO LIEBL S TEAM Sheboygan Takes Deciding, Game of Series by Score of 4 to 0. MANITOWOC, Wis Airtight pitching by Buster Binun and the good hitting of his mates enabled Sheboygan to score its second over Manitowoc on Sunday. 4 to 0. The victory gives Sheboygan the title of the Wisconsin Slate and Win-cousin Valley leagues, Manitowoc having won the pennant in the State league and Sheboygan in the Valley, league. The Chairs won the Hist game of the series from the Ships two weeks ago by a score of 2 to 1 in eleven Innings. The score: nn io Sheboygan 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 00-4 8 1 Manitowoc 00000000 0-0 0 2 ISatteries: Sheboygan Brnun and Ko-ber; Manitowoc, Tieiilman and Jordan. fi 4 J T r rv n I UIlo HI llUIIlL Witness Game at Elks Club A big crowd of pigskin fans "heard'1 the Cardinal-Given Itav game hot olt the wire at the Klks club, Sunduv afternoon. The direct service gave the Hay football fans the news of the game u a.-cond after It happened in Chicago.- The crowd enjoyed the game during the first half and when M.iihys kicked the Held goal, the spectators nearly raised the roof Willi their cheers. r pAL'S- VOMMENTS Vs. The West again lias shown Its supremacy over the Ku.st and this time proud old Kll Vale is the goat. The llawkeycs sure showed the Kasterneis up on both the defense and offence. It looks like the last year's Big Ten Champs are going to run through for a net her Hag as they fail to meet 1 lie troublesome .Michigan, Wisconsin and Marroon teams. ' The local high school sipiaili fared much better this weekend. West beating Oshkosh and Kast beating Shawano. The way the West sitlcrs passed for the winning touchdown was spectacular The locals earned the victory anyway having the pigskin down within the visitor's posts several times during the first quarter. It looks like both the high school teams huve started. The Saint Paul funs sure seem to be poor sportsmen, yesterday tho Baltimore Orioles defeuted them for tho "little world series" only to huve the game spoiled by a near riot on the umpire's decision. The Orioles huve the closest to .Major League standard to be found nnd we believe they could make some of the second division occupunts hustle too. The Crbs at least have wen the city series bunting in the Windy city. If perserveratice pays, the Cutis sure ought to have the golden spoon. After losing every game since 1913. they came back against seemingly large oilds und walloped the Gleuson'a clan. The Kuropeuns have a way nil their own of resurrecting the "fallen und dead'' for their own whims und purposes, Here we have word that the "litis been" Joe Beckett will meet. Buttling Siki, Cnrpen-tier's Jonah, for tho championship of. Kurope. If wo rope it right, Slkl has a net up and will knock the Britisher for a goal und then cash In on the American coin, OltlOI.LS Vt I N SKKIKS. ST. PAV'L, Minn. Eighteen players of the Baltimore Orioles, winners of the minor league championship series which concluded here yesterday, will reielvi about JI.000 much their share of the receipts nnd the St, 1'uul playem approximately $700 each, no-cording- to figures made publio today. M I Ml DIAMOND TILT RACINE H6I0N 13 HMDED DEFEAT BY MILWAUKEE ELEVEN ! Cream City Squad Win3 I to 0; Chicago Bears Defeat Rochester. 20, MNIl.W (iAMKS. Chicago Bears, 7; U irhoslcr, 0. Chicago Cardinal. 11; Tuckers, 3. Milwaukee 20; lutein l'glon, 0. Moilne Indians, 28; Evnnsville, 0. Dixon Ix-gion, 7; I'eru 1 ndependenls 0. Onry Elks. 20; Iigan Squares, 6. j Buffalo All Americana 1:1; Columbus Panhandles, 0. i Toledo Maroons. 14; Hammond 0. j JULWAl'ICKK, Wis. Completing i nine of sixteen passes, Milwaukee's National lea.gu football entry de-j f'tited the 1 lot lick lUtclne Legion at; Association park here, 20 to 0. before a crowd of 7.000 todav. Stellar work I of Bollard, King, purdy, and Donne i who made .Milwaukee's downs four- teen times, featured. i Oiilo of Bacinw showed up well, but; the visiting line could not cope with ' their much heavier rivals. j KKtKMlvix .V;.IV. CIIICAOO, III After a etieniious I buttle of linemen the Chicago Bears Klicceeded in heating Rochester, 7 to 0 at Cub park yesti-rdav in the open-i j ing game o. Ihe American I'm l-'oot- j I ball league season th"ie. The winning! ! score came in the last period, the r suit of a four yard plunge by Bete; Istlnchcomb. .toe Sternaman lidded an; extra point with n drop kick. j j The center play of Joe Alexander i j of Rochester was superb. ,s a matter I of fact the whole game except for a J brief period when the Be n s got iiwnv i with a serie of forward pusses, was la duel of the forwards. IN 20 HI 6 GAME S h i pbuilders ' Footballers Have xJo Chance With Valley Gridironites. After having engaged in a hard fought game Saturday with an till star team in Applcfnn for the ben. -lit of some local charity fund, the Kan-kaiina American legion eleven, at though weakened by Inluries to some of their stars, easily defeated Manila, woe nt Kimkiiuna on Sunday utter noon 20 to fi. Kaiikauna rolled tip their score In the first half, completely outplaying their slightly heavier opponents In every department of the game. At the beginning of the second half. Coach Asche sent in an entirely new team of substitutes. They put up a fine (tunic but ullowed the Manitowoc eleven by the use of forward passes and a couple of long runs to cross their goal line. The first string men were again sent in during the last part of the fourth quarter and Were warming up to their task ngain when the tlnul whistle blew, although the Manitowoc teum put up a more stubborn defense in this period. The Kaiikauna Legion has one of the best amateur teams in the state and last year went through an undefeated season. Tln v are out this year to repeat and so fra have n clean slate. Although thev have a few-men who rank us .stars, the inipres slve feature Is that they play us un eleven. .'IU.S RKAT PANTIlIsKS The Gills took their third straight victory at the expense of the Panthers The game waa played at 1 lagemelster Park Sunday ufternoon. In the last half the Panthers were completely outclassed. The final score was 40 0. DENMARK NOTES ISpecinl to Press Gazette DKNMAKK. Wis. -- The Catholic Ladies' aid will give a sale of fancy goods and aprons und a chicken supper Thursday at the Bank auditorium. The plav "Her Son's Sweetheart" and the ' Pumpkin Center Magazine" given by the lioy.il Neighbors Thursday evening was a great success. The acting wis well done and about one hundred and twenty live dollars cleared. Kspeclal creadlt Is due to Mrs. Walecka and Mrs. I.tiecker for their work and help on the magazine. A meeting and banquet of the stockholders was held at the Denmark State bank Thursday evening. Bound table talk was Indulged In lifter the banquet. A large number were present. Miss Florence Cnllard, Charlotte und Leonard Lulsmler nnd Carlo Tiislk.i silent Thursday In Green Hay. They called on Ki wln Miller who Is j lit a hospital there. Teddy llendrickson narrowly escaped having one eye put out Thurs- j day while playing In the Swamy. Running through the cattail stalks I one punctured Ins e.ie lid cutting it through and causing It to bleed profusely. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Kriwanck, Denmark and Mrs. M. Bahn of Green Pay left for Milwaukee Saturday morning. Mrs. Dr. Hroberg and daughter Petty spent Friday In Green Bay. Mrs. Fnniia Dimmer of Green Bay is 'spending a few days with relatives and friends here. Dr. and Mrs. Dwyer have returned home after spending a few days 'ut Green Bay where Mr. Dwyer took part In tho Elks' minstrel piny. Mr, Wagner, of Oregon wlio has been visiting bis sister Mrs, 11. Nncker left for Fond ilu 1.11c Saturday. Mrs. Henry Chillies has returned home after a visit of some time In Milwaukee. Mrs. Clark Kriwanck was ut Green Hay Wednesday. II. J. (Villui-d spent Thursday nt Green Buy si-re-ing on the Jury. Miss Irene Nncker, Stella Jorgensen, Mis. Desire lie Bronx nnd grand daughter Myrtle Dp Grande, were among the Green Hay callers Saturday. Fatima Cigarettes, 20c. HI DOWNS HOiC SQUAD WRITES HIS WIFE EVERY DAY Seh.ing Waily Schuiig, tho demon backstop of the New York Yankees, is one of those rarest things in "dutiful husbands." Wally can write a letter and what's more he can skillfully mail it. His hobby, if one might call it that, by preference or 'by feminine draft, he didn't say, Is to write lengthy letters to .Mrs. "Wally, in Philadelphia, immediately after each und every game. He tells her of the various things that have happened throughout the day from the oatmeal down to "good night, Shawkey." And these letters are not mere notes, they are those big fat, bulgy kind tliut will take the wife rocking West High's Midgets Beat Oshkosh's Heavy Football Team By 14 to 7 Score Outweighed by Sawdust City Rivals Purple Squad Puts Up Splendid Game 'Here on Saturday. Playing against a team picked by the socalled doiestera to beat them by several touchdowns, West High's sterling football squad outplayed, outfought und outgamed the Oshkosh Highs here on Saturday and sent them home on the short end of a 14 to 7 score. The Sawdust City aggregation came here with a big delegation of rooters and their band and confidently expected a win. but their team was completely outclassed from start to finish. They scured their only touchdown early In the llrst quarter us the result of an intercepted pass. West Highs play proved a revelation. Outweighed at least ." pounds s-r man. their pony backlield looking like midgets compared with the husky Oshkosh team, the Purple lads made tip in fighting spirit what they lacked in beef. It Is seldom that one sees such nn exhibition tf tight and tieuner as shown by the West siders in their first home game of the season. The score does not Indicate bow badly Oshkosh was beaten. W est High's line played a wonderful game. On the defense they were a veritable stone wall Oshkosh only making three llrst downs on straight football. They completely outcharged the Oshkosh forwards and were through on practically every play. On the offense they opened holes through which their bucks had little difficulty in gaining. .Tones ut center hooked up the line in sterling fashion, and the guards played well. Kru lover. Timmers. Meetz und llogan plaved wonderful ball. As usual West's tackles, Kelly und Lund played stellar roles. At ends Nichols and Clark were in the game every minute. Clark made several pretty ra'ches of forward passes, one of which resulted In a touchdown. Not a One .Man Team That West High had not a one man team was conclusively proven by the stellar work of the backlield. Bailer hs usual starred, but every man In the backline made good gains, llaupt made large gains every time be took the lwll off tackle or around the Oshkosh ends. Bather played a wonderful ball and never failed to return anv of lite numerous Oshkosh punts without a substantial gam. Ciimpshure played a classy Rtime, his blocking on defense being of big league variety anil allowing class ca-lore on the defense. West High bus the lightest backflelil that has ever pluved High school football in this city, two of the men not tipping lh scales at mine than L!0 pounds. However, their speed und lighting ability make up for their lack of weight Oshkosh kicked to the Purple team who started down the Held niakiim several first downs, but finally were forced to mint. Oshkosh niadr a first down, but after this effort could not nierce the West High line and punted. Again West High started a drh-ie toward the Oshkosh goal making three first downs. Ibne West High i.ntteniptod a short forward pass which was Intercepted by Novotnoy who traveled CO yards for a touchdown. Harsh kicked goal. West again received the klekolT and worked the ball Into Oshkosh territory. Th" play remained pretty well Inside Oshkosh's 40 yard line until lute lit the second quarter. With about fn minutes left of the first half Wist punted nnd the Oshkosh safety fumbled. West recovering. West High made 2 first downs, but Oshkosh held three yards from their goal, aftir which they puled out. West work's! the ball up to the Oshkoh 40 yard line with fourth down und eight yards to go fur first down. Ba ler dropped back on a punt foi mutlon. Oshkosh was expecting a pass, but Bader crosed them and run thr oui, clear across the room before she has reached the ' uffectiouately yours" part. But that's not the half of It. Not only does Schang write dutifully and long but he gets the drop on the rest of us by two weeks when he actually drops one into the mail box. His secret Is this: "A fellow soon learns to mail a letter when he has to mail it TO his wife and not FOB hej," says Schang. "There is just one way to mall a letter und that is to curry It In your hand until it becomes a nul-pance und then you'll drop it in the box." ! a broken field 2U yards for a touch down anil also kicked the goal. Playing Oshkosh Territory During the rest of the half play was entirely in Oshkosh territory. During tile last half West had the ball down on the Oshkosh five yard line at least 5 times, but lucked the final punch to put it over. During the entire half! play was never outside of Oshkosh 40 yard line except in the last few minutes when the Sawdust City aggrega-; tion tried several passes two of which ' were successful and brought the bull to West's 45 yard line. After receiving the kick West began j a rush down the Held which ended I when they were held on the Oshkosh J live yard line. 'Oshkosh punted out and once more West started their diive toward the Oshkosh goal when West leached the Osnkosh 1( yard line Willi four downs to make it in a touchdown seeiii certain but Oshkosh held stiff and the fourth down found the ball resting on the Oshkosh one yurd line. Again Oshkosh punted out and once mole the fighting purpie teiim started for the goal. At the end of the Quarter West had the ball; 13 yards from the Oshkosh goal line with four yards to go on the third down. Again they failed to score. With four minutes left of the last quarter and the ball about 33 yards from the Oshkosh goal iiader heaved a long pass to Clark on a punt formation Clark made a pretty catch and carried the ball over the line for u touchdown. Under kicked the goal. Oshkosh received the kick and opened up with their famous spri-ad formation in un endeavor to score, but although they made two first dow ns as a result never got within scoring distance of the West High goal. The game ended with Oshkosh in possession of the ball in midfleld. Beferee Davey kept moving at a fast clip. Only one penalty marred the game- Sl'M.MAKY Lineup West High Jones, c. Timmers. r. g. Krnlovec. 1 g. Kelly r. t-Lund 1. t. Campshuro r. c. Clark 1. e. Bather q. b. Haupt r- h. Oshkosh I c. Stryzewskki r. g. Andrews j l.g. KadiU j r. t. Hanson 1. t. Taylor r. e. Larisch 1. e. Hotchkiss q- b. Adam r. h. Fa Ik ! Bader f. h. f. h. No votney Haniuhan. 1. h. I Touchdowns. Bader 1, i votney 1. Goals after 1. h, Bnrsch Clark 1. No-touchdowns, Bader 2: Harsh 1. Substitutions: Nelson for Jones. Nichols for Campshure, Campshure for Hanralian. Jones for Nelson. Mel, for Timmers. llogan for Kralovec. Beferee, Davey; I'mpire, Kvans. Headlinesman. Christ of ferson. Time of periods. 12 minutes. Timers. Shuughnessy and Smith; Linesmen. Gronuwski and Johnson. S-CI'SIIION I.K.(1 K. PHII.ADKLPH1A. Pa. An interstate professional three cushion billiard league with 14 players representing 11 cities will get tinder way on Oct. 2.1, according to a letter from John Seanlon of Milwaukee, secretary of the league, made public here today. The schedule calls 'for 104 games for each contestant, half or them being in hi home city. SOX ARK hk.atkn. CHICAGO The National league Cubs beat their American league rivals, the White Sox, 2 to 0, winning tho city series. SIM TO FIGHT. PARIS Battling Sikl was matched to go 20 rounds with Joe Bivkett of England at Umdon Nov, 23 for the heavyweight championship of Europe. Buy your furniture tomorrow and Wed. morning. Come early. 504 So. Maple IOWA'S WJAI OVER T FOR BIG 10 PLAY Hawkeyes Scheduled to Pace Illinois in Conference Fray cn Saturday. (By Associated Press.) CHICAGO Pack from their six to nothing triumph over Yale, Iowa's conquering heroes ari nt onco the! pride of the Big Ten, tho idols of j the Middle West and the principal; foe of five football teams of the West-! ' ern conference In tile championship i nice which reaches itigh speed next J Saturday. ' Defeat of thn team which humbled Yale Is the ... foremost objective of Iowa's five conlVrcnoe opixmonts Illinois, Purdue. Minnesota Ohio State und Northwestern. In the Big Ten schedule nrrangement this fall, three of the teams regarded ns umong the most formidable contindrrs for the conference championship do not meet the Hawkeyes. They are Chicago, Wisconsin and Michigan. Indiana is also off tho Iowa sched ule, hut the Hoosierg are hardly con-' fldered dangerous enough to seri-ouslv threaten the championship aspirations of others of the Big Ten. The fact .that Iowa does not meet throe of the strongest teams in the! cnnfikcice gives a wider range to! championship posslbilitit s In the Big; Ten. Another element is the absence of a Chicago-Michigan game thlsi 'ear. Al these fictois apparently Five more teams a better ehanee for Pig Ten football honors won by Iowa, I.tt fall. I The Hawkeyes meet Illinois, losers! to Butter last Saturday by n ten to seven score in the annual Illinl homecoming. Otlfr games rf the Big Ten this week ore: Purdue at Chicago; Indiana at Wisconsin: Michigan nt Ohio State; Minnesota at Northwestern. Green Bay Eleven Show Plen ty of Fight Against Lumberjack Aggregation. Outweighed twenty-five pounds to! the man. the Green Bay Boosters held the heavy Wausau eleven to a score-It ss tie in an exciting game at the Lumberjack city Sunday. The Green Bay team's speed was responsible for many long gains made through the opponent's line. The local linemen looked like a group of high school boys playing against a college team. The game was an even match throughout. Green Bay was forced to resort to end runs and the uerial route to make any gains at all. Lester Hear-den electrified the crowd by u sensational grab of a forward pass and a dash of about 25 yurds after he caught the pigskin. This piece of work put the Booster within easy scoring distance, but penalties raised havoc and put a crimp in scoring. Have Good Line up The Wausau team was uugmented by the addition of several ex-college players. Bannock and Fehlandt, the tackles both were stars in their college days and their work Sunday showed it. Laabs, the Lumberjack center played a whale of a game both on offense and defense. He was mixed up in every play. Both teams tried to score via the toe route, but each lime the kick fell short or it was off to one side. Skogg, Mathews. DuKresne, Dickey and Schneider starred for Green Bay. Line up of Teams The teams lined up us follows; itjmuiApu on ini G. Getzloff Skogg I.e. Slade Kggebrecht Bntez Olm-Thompson l.t. J.t. Phclandtj Situbor l g. l.g. Miller j J. Getzloff c. Hansen-Baetz r.g. Du Fresne r.t. Dickey-Hearden r e. Dwyer q.b. Capt. Mathews Martin c. Iiabs ' r.g. Hudtloff i r.t. Bannock r e. Llljequist ! q.b. Niquehte j l.h.b. Anderson Schnelder-Nearden r li b. Anderson f b. r h.b. Neiser f .b. Pope DIl.VW DOWN Cl'KTAIN'. MARION, o. The Pittsburg Pirates of the National league ended their barnstorming with a 7 to 2 victory over Marion. Order your flowers early for Charity Ballfjupply limited. DeClerc's Flower Shop. Fatima Cigarettes, 20c. The Four Flaying Fools at Entertainers Inn. YALE GOOD BOOS BOOSTERS BATTLE in twos TO TIE ARGUMENT 111111111111111111111111111111' WE SELL . Nothing but "FIRE-SAFE Building Materials. 111! HURLBUT CO. PHONE 23 llllllllllllllllllllllll!llllliH Red Hearnden's Brilliant . Play Features East's Win ; Over Shawano High 13to0 C0M1 LEAGUE TO START T Forty Teams Compete in ' Bowling Circuit; Roll cn Nw Slides. - The Green Bay Community Bowling League will begin Its season's schedule tonight at the New Community Building on tho North Side. This new building has just been completed and Is equipped with fourteen bowling alleys. The Howling League consists of forty teams and tho schedule has been arranged so ns to accommodate ten learns on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays each week, leaving four drives open to the public on these nights. Te entire fourteen drives will beopen to the public on Priduys, Snturdaya und Sundays. The following teams well take part tonight in the opening games: Schumacher Furniture vs. Helgerson's Foundry; Kiibt River Lumber and Fuel vs. Davis Shoe ltepuirs; Geo. Nicks Insurance vs. Bohemian Bakery; Van Kasters Cigars vs. Johnson Fish Co.; Gill's Clothiers vs. Service Prints. The league consisted of twenty teams last year and the schedule was rolled off without a hitch and with practically u hundred per cent attendance throughout the season. Sees Her First Football Game; Says It's Rough NEW Y'ORY 'Pears to me, now I've een the first game of my life, thut football is pretty rough stuff," said Mrs. D. N. Richardson, 88 years old, great grandmother who brought 25 relatives from Davenport. la., to see her Iowa boys win their big game against Vale Saturday- Mrs. Richardson is staying over in New York a few days before returning to Iowa in the private car she chartered for the trip. "When I saw those young players stretched flat every once in a while, my heart just went out to them." she said. "They needed mothering and I wanted to give it to them- I forgot all ubout the score." The natives of Ayon island, 700 miles west of Beting Strait, do not know their own uges but they kill old people as an act of mercy. The use of automobiles in Belgium has jncreased almost 100 per cent since the war; there is now one car for every 230 inhabitnunts. WHATIIKR FORKCAST TiM 7 P. M. Tuesday. For Grefn Hay and Vicinity: Mostly cloudy tonight and Tuesday; colder Tuesday. fTATK FORECAST. For "Wisconsin: Mostly cloudy tonight and Tuesday; colder Tuesday east portion. LAKH FOR KC A ST. For the I'pper Ijikes: Moderate to fresh winds inosily westerly. I'n-settled tonight and Tuesday, probably rain over north portion. WEATHER CONDITIONS. Mostly cloudy weather prevails this morning, with anuw in the Canadian Noithwest and rain on the north l'a-c itlc coast. Precipitation I as occurred iliirinir the oast 24 hours In the north- Kin Rocky Mountain country, north portion of the Missouri and Misslssip-ni VMllevs slid west Gulf states. Fi eexInK temperature or below are reunited from the I anuuian isortn west and north portion of the Mis smiri and Mississippi valleys, else where changes In temperature have not been important. OCT. 11. IH-i. OCT. 17. 122. Sunrise : a.m. Sunrise :10 a m Sunset 5;0'i p.m. Sunset 5:04 p.m is 5. W U m c STATIONS H T Alpena 44 r,S .OS Clear Boston M K ... I't.Cbly Hufialo .'.4 till .14 Cloudy Chicago I0 .HI ... Clear Denver 4(1 UH ... I'l. I'ldy Duluth 3- i4 .04 Cloudy Kara nu ha ... :i '! ... I't. Cldy Galveston ... 70 Mi ... Clear Grand Haven . 4K r.H ... Clear illtKKN HAY . Il b0 ... I't. Cldy Houghton ... 4(1 .. .10 Cloudy Kansas City . Ml HI ... cloudy Knoxville ... aH "t ... Cloudy Marquette .. .. 40 ... Cloudy Memphis 02 ' ) ... lialn Milwaukee . . 44 !X ... Clear New Orleans , (HI S'J ... Clear Pittsburg ... fid 72 ... Cloudy St. Louis Tt 00 ... Cloudy St. Paul S! oS ... Pt.t'ldy Salt Lake City 4i lid ... Cloudy Sault Ste. Marie 4(i ti ... Cloudy Seattle fiO 5 ... Hain Toledo 11 li-' ... I't. Cldy Washington .. l'i."-72 ... Cloudy Winnipeg . .. :I2 40 .12 Snow y f iTii J I i W i 1 e y's Hilltoppers Ball and Smarh Way V to Hard Earned Vic tory, Saturday, In a gnme featured by the brilliant play of Bed llearnden, Kast ran itway from Shawano at Shawano Saturday, ' thirteen to nothing. Shuwano presented a fast heavy defense and a wido open offense but Xhay were unable to cope with the fast game of tho Red and White. A fumble I cost Shnwano the only possible chance they had to aeore late In the third period. Fust's touchdowns came in the second and third periods. Kast received the kick and after three tries which netted ubout ulx -yards pun led to the thirty yard line. Shawano started off as if they wer unable to clettn up on the Hilltoppei making three first downs, Kast hart trouble getting started in this period end drew Shawano Into a punting duel on which the Bay teum gained considerably. The Kast forwards "were getting down fast under Bunkers long punts and the Shawano backlield men were stopped in their tracks. The open-ing of the second quarter, however, found Wiley's team hitting its strirfa and Shawano was soon in hot water, llearnden on an off tackle smash cut his way back into the center of the field for a fifty five yard gain. A few minutes later ho went over the other tackle for fteen yards and tho first score, llearnden made the place kick from the fifteen yard mark. ; Shawano on Defense The rest of the quarter found Shawano continually on the defense with East gaining almost at will. The half ended with Kast holding the ball deep In Shawano territory. ", Shawano came back for the second hulf with almost as much pep as they displayed in the opening quarter nnd they lost it almost as soon. A llearden and Bunker with alternate v plunges soon carried the bull to trie ten yard line. Shawano took brace here though and on the lust down Bust had still four yards to make. Morgan here faked the ball to llearnden and then strolled around left end with the ball behind his back unit walked over the line, lie was sitting"1 on the ground with the ball before either the Shawano team or rooters knew what It was all about, llearnden narrowly missed a place kick. .. Short Passing (nine. Z In the fourth quarter Shawano opened up with a short passing game which had the Hilltoppers guessing for the time, However tUey were never able to advance the "ball beyond the thirty yard line until lae (J' the quarter when Kast was penalized fifteen yards for interference. Tliifl put the ball dangerously close to Baal's goul but in- three tries the red and black team was unable to advance and on tho fourth a fumble was covered by Slrauble and East punted out 'Tfl of du tiger. 1 Shawuno seemed to have given Up hope by this time and although they still struggled gamely they could do nothing with East's linn smashing backs, llearnden ploughed tKrough guard and tackle time after time for five and ten yards and Bunker's woi; was almost as effective. The whistle kept East from scoring another touchdown as the gamo ended with ShuT-nno struggling hopelessly on th 'ir five yard line. They were not outfought but were outclassed. Kast used little of anything but straigl football while Shawano apparently used everything they had in a futile endeavor to win. It Is always easier to follow the opinion of others than to reason anjl Judge for ourselves. General radio condensors-f .001 capacity, $375. Radiotron j tubes in stock. Leo Hobbin'Sf Electric, 107 E. Walnut. 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