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THE GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE Tuesday Evening, September 21, 1926 CHICAGO BEARS COMING HERE SUNDAY WITH GREAT TEAM 16 Paddy Driscoll, Ed Healey, Trafton, Mohardt, Walquist Listed as Stays of Bruins Halas-Sternaman Combination Bring Squad of 22 Players: for Pro League Skirmish: With Packers. The Chicafto Keais mak t It i r annual Invasion of Gre.-n l'iv on S'in-clay to nib noe with the ra'-ker ' nnil. unless nil signs fail, the tarn' crowd tlmt evp' witnessed a i" pttme in Wisconsin will bp on hand for the BtruERle. This will be 1h fourth time thai, the Bruins have disp!afl their f"l-Iwll class here. Hack in 1S2.1. ih.-y beat the Parkers H to H. In l-'-'l l.amboau & To. rolled them for a 5 to (t loss and last season the Puk'-n onine out on the lone end of a 1 ' to 10 score after a thrilling comki'. Orisroll With Rears The Halas-Stevnaman combination are better than ever (his season. True, enoujrh, the Chioflpoans bavn lost "Utile doe" Sternaman but in his place they have faddy Prist -oil, who for many years lias been a I horn in the side of the rackets while playing with the Cardinals, l'nddy is a wonderful field Koal kicker, a P"o.l pawcr and what's more he is Icessed with more than the usual amount of football brains. However, Prisooll isn't the only ne.w face, in the Bears' line-up as the V"indy city crew has picked up seven nher players who should add a lot of strength to the battle front. KvahC a former Harvard and Ma. l Ji'iie : eiar, and Lyman, a P'' veteran, who, has seen service with the Cleveland, j Canton and Philadelphia clubs, are the j new additions at, the taeklen. j Rucliler, Ramie, Iiwm i Rannes, an end from Eureka, and ; lemon. Centre collece star for me past, three seasons, are seeing sumo action at the ends. Buckler, who was rated as the best, guard in the, south last fall when playing with Alabama, is performing; on the. line while Senn of Knox, a speed merchant, and Tyler, a member of last year's championship Dartmouth team, are working behind the line. And the Rears have all their old stars back in uniform, Hanney, Mullen and Halas are three pood ends. Healey is the best tackle in the Pro loop while Murry came fast In 132"). Fleckenstein, Trafton and MoMi'len made a center trio that is hard to beat. The r.ruinst' backfield is studded i with sensational pel formers. It is hard to find better backs anywhere than Wry Walquist, Milt Kommey, Knopp, Eddie Sternaman and Johnny Mohardt. How They Size Vp The facts and figures on the Bear squad, 22 strong, is as follows: Name 1'iw. College Wt. Hawny r K. Indiana 15 Healey , T. Dartmouth Pol Fleckenstein C. Iowa PrJ Trafton C. X. Dame "35 McMillen C. Illinois 21a Vurry T. Wisconsin P.'O ilalas K. Illinois Ws Mullen H. Illinois no Ho'mney Q. Chlcapo lti7 Walquist H. Illinois 170 Knop F. Illinois Hi 5 K. Sternaman 11. Illinois ISO Mohardt H. N. Dame Pl"i Tniscoll H. Norlli'tern Ui.'i Senn H. Knox 167 Kvans T. Harvard 210 Lyman T. Nebraska 22," Huckler O. Alabama 220 Demon K. Center lilii Tyler H. Dartmouth ISO Rnnnes E. Eureka IfiO Blacklock T. Mich. At?. 2 SHAWANO LOSES FIRST TITLE SERIES FRACAS (Special to Press-Gazettel SHAWANO. Wis.- A record nreaK- in c'owd saw Shawano lose the first ' game or a inree game series ... .... the Wolf River Valley League ehara plonship here on Sunday by the score of 4-3. Two Marlon hits, coupled with several Shawano errors, accounted for three of the enemy's runs In tho first, inning. Shawano scored two runs In this Inning on a succession of solM smacks and counted another In the third inning, tying the count. A seventh Inning rally by Marlon gave the opponents a one run advantage. In the, mnth inning Shawano had men on second and third with none out, but Murphy, the -visitors' (wirier, tightened and reliied three Shawano batters on easy Infield ouls. Ruche and Beyer constituted the Shawano battery, while Murphy and AVulk worked for the visitors. RFTLD Rir.F.R nefn bv borrowing tions dally. dn-1 better husl-clasKi'.e-l suedes- LA PLANT BARBER SHOP 1372 Main St. (At The Three Cornen) 4 BUSY CHAIRS 4 HIGH CLASS BARBERS Hair Cuts 30c Shave 20c Children 15c F.xccpt Saturday .... 20c I lair Bobbed , 25c Shingle Bob 35c Hours 7:30 a. m. until 8 p. m. V hen you get first class workmanship in a barber shop that canies out sanitation to a high degree, at lcs cost, why pay more? LEADS CRIMSON v 1 fag?"? A t I.I ll tll tlll Hern is Clem Coatly, burly tackle who will lead His Harvard fool hall stiuad in Its battles this fall, snapped on the. first day of leather-pushers reported for prat lice- HELEN WILLS WOULD MEET SUZANNE AGAIN BERKELEY, Cul.-JP)-Mtsu Helen Wills, former national women's tennis champion, said today that she would he "delighted" to meet Suzanne Leng-h-n in America, but doubts If the mulch can he Arranged. ! The California girl's statement wasj occasioned by ft dispatch from Paris , quoting Mile Lcm:len an saving she was ready to give Miss Wills a return match any time she is sufficiently re-covered from her recent illness. BORCHERS, HALFBACK AT WEST, HURTS HIS SHOULDER TACKLING Veteran Will Probably Be 0,i Sidelines for Five Weeks; Alumni Game Saturday. AVith two good men available for each position the football prospects at West are bright. A hasty glance of the Purple candidate, reveals the fact that ".Murph" white will have weight and power in the line and a fast Uu-k- Held. Judging by the daily .scrimmage the regulars have a smooth working aggregation. The Purple and AVI. it e out lit receiv- ed one setback, as Joe Rorchers, one! or the two veteran naifhaeRn, win ne on the sidelines for at least five weeks, He injured his shoulder while making . a tackle in scrimmage. The appear- j WIINKIDKIt KNTRKS RACE a nee, of Ca pt. Joe Qu'.nn has mads1 AULWAl'KEE-'P1 -Imis Schnei-thlngs look a great deal brighter. as,iPr, Indianapolis pilot, who captured i10 a jpmnn on the tlefense and a s,,r( re0eVer of the forward pass. He has installed much confidence in his men by his brilliant work In practice. Thg West. Slders open the season with the Alumni Saturday on the Purple gridiron. The Alumni will have a number of stars in moleskins when they tackle "Murph" AA'hlte's huskies. ' TV Leave it go until the very last moment PHONE HOWARD 73 NOV r-PEP-ELKHORN COAL- "iiy lake a chance, ruin your roimort and endanger your health Pre pare now '. Put in j our coal supply let the oilier fellow do the worrying. North End Fuel & Lumber Co n:; imioi hi: sunn NORTHERN MILLERS-FACE MADISON NINE I HERE ON SATURDAY; Papermakers Hope to Get Even for Last Saturday's 14 to j 6 Trimming. j ! Tile loss of the ."st si-usoll (Saint-by the Northern Millers to the Frt-n.' 1 '.-tilery company, M Madison last Sat urda v lias st.rred up tlie spur'uiK Hpirit of the. b,R mill beyond a! the, thirteen ictoiit in t l,t- Imludnal ; I league. Some dure hundred rooters,' practically all the emp'oyees not on, i dulv, are headed for Kellevue )irk this Saturday when a return (iame i.v to be tun off. i Kvervhmlv at the null, from Chief Host-hush to the sweepers, has evinced : ; the lives' soil of iu'eresf Mid f-ach ! i plater has been called on the carpet' I repeatedly to explain. The lesuii ir ' a .--'ate of mind that smarts under the I Madison defeat, warmmi; up to it S conviction that H-6 is no indication of : ; i he relative merits of the teams. The ! paper fans are telllntf Hie world that : their boys are a real ball team. They j declare that the bat'ery -smiths )i-ivi sot to play wonderful ball to take j liome another victory. The dope says that the I-Yetiehies , (.;ot seven of their rutis on Northern . errors, and recall that the Madison I funs themselves hooted several raw I decisions against, their nuests. Vol- j lowing a MO drive and facing a team I of seasoned winners the brain storm j of the (Ireen Bay boys, new to in-j duslrial ball, was not surprising. At. j that w hen their wits slopped cycllna ! they began to hit the hall and they ' continued hitting even after Madison has sent in Gannon, a bortowed .southpaw who plays ball for a living. The team themselves ive hirji praise to the French bunch and offer. no alibis They refuse to be hypnn j tir.ed into the Idea, that vietory tnlghr j have been easy. Next Sunday will see a baseball scrap that will revive, lite sporting spirit to the old-time level at the Northern. CHRISTOPH DIRECTS LAWRENCE COLLEGE SPORT ACTIVITIES Fnrmp.r Npenah Hinh Athlptir Chief Is Filling Art Denny's Shoes. . j A PPLETON. -'is. Coach Ceorgej Christopli. Inst spring named fresh-i man athletic mentor at. T-awrenraj college, came to the local campus this month to lintl nmweil oasi lor a new -ast for a new role. Christopli will act. as director of all Lawrence athletics and varsity basketball coach while A. C. Denney, who now holds those two offices, attends Columbia Vniversity the ensuing year, on a yoar's leave of absence Christoph Is himself an old L:iwrT ence athlete, having won letters in ! both football and basketball during I his inlereollegiale ,ays. It was In the : latler sport, how'ever, that lie shone j nt his best for he proved one of the i greatest defensive and offensive i ...oifiU tlu, P.toe lias et-er Vnnw-n Tfe j , s(,aM)n of 19,3..4 ,,ai,lin if , 1awrn(( rUilltet. The past two , yMrs ,)as ,ief.n ,.oai.n nt yWVAh ,ljgh 8(,00, whPre hl, bnikll)all j teams won him 8(ate.wlde renown, ; Denrev is under contract to return i to t ,iWVenco from his furlough In the fa 0f Christopli will be assisted i hy dou (jebhardt. who acted as aide to , innry last school year. hi - ,,, inn milo rtlrt tr.u k chnmninnshin t at Rol.y, Ind., Sun.lny, tod.iA- entered the 10 mile national chamnlonshii race which will be held here next. Sunday. About 15 of the leading drivers of the west have already entered tho rare, the longest planned In AA'Isconsin since the A'nnderbllt cup race In 1!1?. Phone Howard 73 Now JACK LOOKS MEAN; t 7 tic ?T-fvv i 4 fir .Wrfi- i J ' f ? I 7 tiiuriMiiliiMi i imAm The heavyweight fist it- king is rounding Kusquicentennial. ''.lerry tho Creek" h goes out HAWKEYES SEE FIRM LINE AS BIG SOPHS SWING INTO ACTION ! Veterans of Last Years Team: Face Strong Opposition for : Old Jobs. i IOWA CITY, I.1.-A sturdy line. through which backs will have ditli- r(j, jn niniIlf. js the prospect at the!tislic career and how many bouts did University of Iowa after several days of practice. Six letter men are fighting for their places against several sophomores of talent. The Huwkeye forward wall showed well during the first half of the 1525 season but withered in the final three games, all of Which were dropped.'; Lack of experienced guards was the; main trouble. j Now the Ion-ana will present Forest! Olson of Sioux City who was a guard under Howard Jones In 132H and un- ; tZJZJrZ un'; Kersity after a year'es abtence. With ; him are Don Hincs, of Cedar Rapids; letter man at tackle last fnll anil Don : Rotlaw ig of Rockwell City, who is a ' guard who learned much as a regular i last autumn. j Captain Paul Smith or Waterloo lulll Harry Rice of Washington are! I'Wilar entls from las ".. " " Twogood of Sioux City is using hhj bushel ball ability to snare passes and may even beat out a regular. A nair of Swedish gentlemen are the tat;k' lioiwii. They are 'Emerson N'elson of Cheroke letter man, and E. R. .lessen of Austin, .Minn., sophomore. Al center is Richard Brown of i Cedar Rapids, a ?20 pounder He's ' : t.,. ; .. ...... I. ,, i i t. ,.i ,-.1. .. . . i 0l "r'"K "U!,"ru "v lu",eM- 1 ,m,,"",n I ",1,UI', auoiuer loi.v-poiy ana uy J.i Sowers of Iowa City. WAUPACA COUNTY GUN CLUB HOLDS "SHOOT"; XY.W LONDON, AVis.-The annual shoot for trophies of the Waupaca, County Gun club was held at AVhile; Iiike instead of New London as pre- j viously scheduled. Clubs from Ne-.v i i London, Waupaca and AVeyauweka 1 wers represented, Messrs. Will and Kmil Oestrek-h representing New Lon- don. E. O. Hevwood won in single and double contests and was awarded the trophy given by the Waupaca County C.iin club. C. AV. Striblev Kaukauna, won second honors in the i shoot but did not compete in honors I for the cup, not being a resident of j this county. John H. Look of Weyau - Iwcga cams In third. There were 11 entries. i W5" fi $L1 y r III M .:.: Jr?fe f jffi (pf -g; La Palina "MADE GOOD" because of its superior quality and has therefore justly earned its position as being the largest selling high grade cigar in America. In all popular sizes and shapes, from 10c to 3 for 50c. Congress Cigar Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. m I -feflrl PIP MAYBE HE'S THINKING OF KEAHNS 3 out his training for 'ho approuohiu g is trainer, is shown adjiislmg Hemps ey to maul a few spurring partners. Qme 'ummj J8 Que BoXCY nn, n :j rj wuu rr nu iit'yutiittt ivwsi 1 nit m iwh. When did Tommy Gibbons start hi.- ; he engage in:- 1.'. r. It- : In l'.Ull and was in 98 battles. i Where did Warren Junior I oen : rank in national Uis tennis last sea- son'.'--D. E. J. Tlm-tl. DE PERE-FREEDOM BASEBALL CONTEST ORDERED REPLAYED Inter-County Leape Officials Uphold Protest; Combined Locks Loses Game. Sunday's Ut'Milt Wrightslown 9, Freedom 8. COMBINED LOCKS At the meeting of the managers and league of- ,,,. t i,;,.,. (i.hlenlmven-S howlillL- a Wis jt was ,,, - . , ' . , , I " " ,h" Jr, ,t0,n,,m"' nd ... .t. beat Wrightstown l:, to 0 to rights - town because the Combined Locks crew only had eight regulars '" they got to Wrtght.stov.n and had to put In one of the younger players ! from Combined U.cks whose name had not been placed upon me list oi pu..- ei-s by an oversight of the Combined l.jeks manager. Wrightstown pro- tested the game. AVrightstown and Freedom both violated this same rule the previous Sunday, but assumed the right attituda at tho meeting and voted with two other managers to giv,. the game to AVrightstown. De Fere protested the, last game of their double header with leedom be - causa the umpire called a Do Pero player out that -brought in the tieing run because the catcher fielded a ball I that passed him antl nmna nacK-siop : M' f"t li'hin'l home iJate. The hall; i bounded back to the catcher and he i ! threw to the pitcher who tagged the . man coming from thud. According to the rule book, the man was entitled Mo homo on tlie play. J.ie i'ere anu ! Freedom are going to play the game j over next Sunday, Sept, 28, at Free-. i dom. Local Distributors, JOANNES BROS. ft . '8?. 2U Kittle with d-lle Tuuney at the. - headgear before the champion -I I Itl'I J.KTIN STRDCHSLiURfS, Pa.-Pl Gone : Tunney thinks only one day stands between him and his ambition of five, , years. The experts have brought in ; majority report favorinp his opponent i but Tunney makes no secret of the i fact that he thinks little of expert I e.-.t ihion v lonnal trainlmr has ended for the challenger. H" did sonrn boxing Mon- day that caused ringsiders to sit up anil tal;o notice ti, .-mim.-iicu louo otn home through opening barely visible to the naked eye. The contender might with propriety have worn the; sharpshooters medal he won in the! .Marine corps, r(HUDl-:i.rHIA-( O.-ne Tunney. the tweniy-eight year old former Marine who aspires to knock the : heavyweight crown from the head of Jack Dompsey, Is one. of the few pugilist who regained a ring title after losing it. ; One's championship affair were confined to the light heavyweight or l"o-pnnnd class, however, some timo before he took the spotlight as an out -; standing challenger for Dt-mpsey's ; laurels. Tunney won the light heavy-; weight championship of America from Rattling I,ein?l;y in January, 1912. i It was rather a shaky crown in those ; days, for tleorges Carpenter was still the recognized world's title-holder in the division. Rut, Tunney lifted It to I m-omlnence thrnu.-h n series nf bllter- ; ,v wa!r(M, 0,nllits wi,h Harry flreb. .', ,, . . , , . , i th wndmill. , iKaimg l.ren . rM ,..r,!UniI ,,,lUll.3 j,.u,lsin ; j.()nar (;a,,1pn , and Grob ; , k lh. title from )n ln the, ft rat encounter, lost it on a close decision ln i (H, S(H.oni, fray an(1 ,ia,, his challenge j b(,al(,n bai.k in thft Ulrt!, , Thereafter Tunney tried unsnceess- i : my , K.lln 1h world's light heavy-! . Weight title, which pc'sed from Car- 1 p,,,,;,,.,. 1( i:;,ttling Hlki to Mike Mo-; pigue. The wily Irishman refused In . i nw, Tunney's challenge. AVhen Hie ; crown eventually passu! on to Paul Rorleubach and lately to Jack Delaney, 1 j the former Marine was lighting as a ; full-fledged heavyweight. The Amer-; j i un light, heavyweight title auto- j j nwtirally went into discard with Tun-j pey's departure from the class about! uvo years ago. Others Who Come Bark j Sev eral other fighters have bad the distinction of winning back titles they had lost. Stanley Ketone!, middle- weight champion, came bank tc knock t oui ruuy apite ai.er p.et .ou.t.y ...rotg j Rent to slumberland himself. In the feather class. Abe ttell matched this (Continued on Page 17 Column 6) CO, Si Cincy Drops Douhleheader to Braves; Cardinals Lead Pennant Hunt by 2 Games TOPNOTCHERC In Big Leagues Illy The Associated Pi s i National U-aeue , Halting llargrave, Ketis .... Hits--lirou n, Craves Kuns Cuyler. Pirates Doubles- Hollomley, Cards .. Tiipk-s Waner. Pirates llomt rs Wilson, Cubs Stolen bases Cujler, Pirates Pitching Kiemer, Urates, won lost 5. American league Halting ManuMi, Tigers .... Hits Dice. .Senators Kunn Ruth, Yankees ... Doubles- Hums, Indians Ti iiiles - i hrig, Yankees .... Homers Ruth, Yankees .... Moon bases--Mostil. White Hox Pitching Chip, Indians, won lost 10. I H'l 376 210 lilt ti:! 20 45 33 REMEDY FOR SPORT FAILURES OFFERED I ping Cleveland 3 to 2. in 10 innings. RY FNHI I9H NORI Fi1'"'5' h,lt ami' 0111,1,0,1 fr"m Ul LIIULIOI! MUULL:,ie three ami a half game margin 'of New York at the top of the Anier-. ' j ieau league. Sir Charles Highman Thinks It? if New- York wins but two 0t th Is About Time Britons Found Themselves. DON DOX (U.R Sir Charles Hig-hatn. disturbed by the why in which fire-it Britain in recent years has laueu 10 win cnaniiPi s-wims, tennis of (lrlve , ,,,fl n,.M w, two matches, golf tournaments. priiw!on .,,, ,uo oul, in ,he (,iglith H fights and world markets, has evolved;, ,. , i f,. n, ,,i ,, fj, h,,iie which he lias ant liefore nn j iU1(i,-. nee of successful business menU,rnii0.i i.uii in th e.-nn.i contest to overcome the tendency. j "What we need In this ountry," he' told his hearers, "is some method of i sy-'tematlcally stimulating effort. J "The Channel has been recently; swum by two Ann rican women, a! Frenchman and a German. The Eng-1 llshman wlio swam at the same time; failed because he lacked proper ex-j pert advice and was accompanied ; j only by a few friends in a small boat ; ralhrr than by a properly equipped i i tug'. "The two acknowledged champions j in tennis are a Frenchwoman and an ; Amej-aan girl. We have in this country t he talent to be supreme in tha I tennis world but we do nothing to entourage and stimulate that talent to ' supreme efforls. "In pugilism we lack a champion, ; i chjefly because our best boxers get ' practically no encouragement to stick In the game and develop themselves."; I With a few more melancholy ex- nniples, Sir Charles disclosed his I scheme, which was to form a powerful : committee of British business men "to (Continued on Page 1" Column -) A deck of cards was the prize won in a lawn bowling tournament by a j Minnesota clergyman while six nding his vacation In Canada this summer. , PLENTY OF HEAT WHEN YOU WANT IT Chicago White Sox Hand New York Yankees Pair of Defeats; Cleveland Indians Also Take Count. . CIlli'AUti -.(Pi- Tilt- St. l.oius Cardinals found themselves with a lull two piiii" lead over Cincinnati today as the result of another Boston Hrave uprisiiiK. The l,iiaes, who speeialii'.w in walloping pennant contenders, defeated iiicmnati twice I to il and li to 0. St. Louis which had no game .scheduled have- live more panics to play, the same a.-i Cincinnati. Jack Hendricks may lash hi men to victory in all liiti game?, one of them wilh the Cardinals if St. I.ouis wins tluee out of five. The Cards can lose three panics and stilt tie if Cincinnati meets tit feat just once more. The landing today: Won Lost Pet. St. Louis ST li2 .,'iS-t Cincinnati S.l tit -JTl Drop Two (lames The Yanks .Monday dropped two games to Chicago, 7 to II and 1 to II, but with the lesion Red Sox whip- I six rcniHlntng games the Indians must j win all of their six to in ah the banner. i The .standing tot lay: Won Lost Pet. . ., SI t'.o .... s:, i'hI .:,T4 allowed the 'Braves A muff by Xalzman , New York . . . . : Cleveland ! ' Kppa Rixey only lite hits. in the first tame. The Braves played (Continued on Pago IT Column 4) 1 RICH and STRONG Girei Beit Reiulti with the Real OldTime Flavor M.d. by REISCH BRFWINGCO. Spnntticld, 111. SOLD EVERYWHERE L. i HERCULES HOPPED Halt jr twi wumemmmxriBa

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