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CENTRAL PRIMED FOR CLASH WITH BOZMAN 170,000 Grid Fans to Witness Midwestern Football Battles Set Saturday FEUDFRAYSADD TO INTEREST 1 WEEjrnus Pitt-Notre Dame Clash to Draw 40,000 With Like Number to See Ohio-Wildcat Tangle. CHICAGO, Oct. 18.— <UB— Four long-standing rivalries and »n tti- tersectlonal clash are expected to attract 170,000 persons to the big Midwestern football games tomorrow. Pittsburgh and Notre Dame probably will play oefore 40,000 at South Bend. Chicago and Purdue should draw 30,000; Ohio State and Northwestern, 40,000; Minnesota and Tulane, 30,000, and Wisconsin-Michigan, 30,000. Indiana, the only other Big Ten team In action, will play Cincinnati at Cincinnati. The Chlcago-Tulane rivalry tops all others so far as tradition Is concerned. They played their first game In 1892 and have met annually since then except for a three- year lapse In 1895-67. Out of the 40 games between the teams, Chicago has won 37 and Purdue 13. One ended in a tie. Chicago piled up a big lead early In the series but hasn't been able to conrruer the Boilermakers since 1937. Pfcrored. Purdue ii expected to win again thii year despite the I*ct that Coach Clark Shaughneoy has been pointing his Maroons for the game. Cnfcafo student* and alumni would rather have their team win thi* one than any other on the schedule. Wisconsin and Michigan alto played their first game In 1893 but thty have met only 17 times, with Michigan vmning 13 and Wisconsin 4. Both teams are below their usual ttandard thii year and are rated evenly. Ohio State and Northwestern opened their rivalry In 1913, a year •after the Buckeyes were admitted to the Bit Ten conference. They hare met on 13 previous occasions •with Ohio winning 9 and Northwestern 4. The Wildcats have a better than average team this fall but Ohio State ta expected 'to win •with ease. The Notre Dame-Pittsburgh feud •was Inaugurated in 1909. They played again in 1911 and 1912 and then halted relations until 1930. Since then they have played annually. Irish Picked to Win. Pittsburgh holds the distinction of being the only team able to defeat Notre Dame three straight times during the 20th century. The Panthers won in 1933, 1933 and 1934. Of the five previous games, Notre Dame won four and tied one. The Irish are out for revenge this year and should get it. Tulane, one of the South'! but teams ordinarily, Is reported below standard this season and therefore Is the underdog with Minnesota. Indiana should have little trouble •with Cincinnati. Iowa and -Illinois will t» UUe tomorrow to prepare for their meeting at Champaign, Oct. 26. SPORTS OF ALL SORTS \ Good judges o! good wbi«k«y nnnriaghr Mleet TOM HARDY A Blend of Straight Whiakiei sooner or later —usually sooner. No wonder Tom Hardy's leaping ahead. For stronger than any publicity or ballyhoo is the repeated •word-of-mouth advertising of the man who knows— "Try Tom Hardy—I'm telling you—this is a great whiskey." Pts.—Code No. 2J—$1.00 Qts.—Code No. 3J—$1.95 Orover Cleveland (Big FeU) Alexander, one of the mightiest of all the pitching men, was just that over a stretch of 20 seasons In major league baseball while with the Phillies, Cutw and Cardinal!. Me won 373 iterts and !o»t 208 and struck ont 2,196 batters while In the big show. In 1916 Alexander bad 16 shutouts. The dressing room at Central high school Just before practice sessions every afternoon resembles St. James hospital's dressing room on a busy afternoon as Coach Johnny Good and Brother M. E. O'Donaghue tape sprained wrists, antics and dress lacerated elbows. The Maroons have had a jinx run of injuries this year, but are rounding Into shape again and starting with Gallatin County high tomorrow may make "the go- Ing" plenty tough for future opponents. The injury Jinx has also struck the Butte high camp. Coach Harry Dahlberg has announced that Schaffer, a former lineman recently UMd as a fullback, in all probability won't see action in the Helena gamp tomorrow. Schaffer broke his nose In scrimmage Thursday. A special j nose protector has been sent for. but j unless it arrives in time Schaffer [ will play the Bengal game on thej bench. AWn "Bunny" Shea, manager of OnUrrille, and Dick Leary, bulnen agent for the Gulch, hart wagered a new hat on the outcome of Snnday'i Independent l«agM battle between R«no and the Cmnanche*. Anaconda high school gridders thus far have played Oallatln County, Helena, Butte Central and Park County high school*. Their schedule ahead on following Saturdays Includes Billings at Billings, Butte at Anaconda, Beaverhead County at Anaconda and Misaoula at MKsoula. Oallatln, Park, Billings, Butt* and Beaverhead are all in the Southern district and so Anaconda will not need to count the Butte Central game u one of the five necessary to qualify. Defeat on Nov. B by Ml«- soula would not keep Anaconda out of the zutc finals, but a beating by either Billings tomorrow night or by Butte the lollowing Saturday will hurt. ' Several Anacondans have called It to the attention of the writer of (bla column that an error WM made Wednesday when reference waa made to a former Copperhead itar now playing froth football at the Stat* auilnnlty. The name •f the itar wa< givtn ai Pete Laactkh. However, PHe Luetleh Ii the name of the former Anaconda grUder 1 ! father. The Orlnly freabman fallback's nam* U not Tito but Willie LaxUch. Naranche, former star at the Orant school in Butte's Grade School Football league, has recovered from early season Injuries and will see action In the Butte high back-field against Helena tomorrow. The National league this year completed iti 61st consecutive season with only two elnbs, Chicago ana Boston, having held continuous membership. The league was organised on Feb. X, 1818, and has not mined a championship season since, despite two I). S. wars and several baseball conflicts. R»y Gallant, state handball champion in 1933, has returned to the School of Mines, where he is tak ng a course in engineering. Galant will be a valuable addition to he Ore Digger basketball team dur- ng the forthcoming season. In past years there have been several outstanding Negro stars In Montana high school football. Possibly the first was "Bud" Phelps speedster halfback for Butte high in .913-14-15. Recently Lund of Mis. soula, was feared by all opponents This year another good Negro ath cte Is making a reputation at Flat' lead county high school, Kallspei His name is Glbbs and he 1 shifty broken field runner and an unusually good forward passer. TEAM LEAVES FORBILLINGS Coach O'Leary Takes 22 Players to Sugarbeet City; Many Fans Will Join Team Tomorrow. ANACONDA, Oct. 18.—Coach Mike O'Leary and 11 Anaconda high school football players left by bus at noon today for Billings, where the Copperhead! play the BUllngs high team under the floodlights tomorrow night. Accompanying the team and Coach O'Leary were Assistant Coach Pat Sugrue and Student Manager "R«d" Quane. The team will practice under the floodlights tonight in order to test their passing game before tangling with the Sugaroeet squad in what promises to be Anaconda's toughest game of the season to date. The contest Is a Southern district elimination tilt and a loss will be a severe blow to Anaconda in the interscholastic race for titular honors. Players making the trip were irtoell, Heatherington, Llkarich, aughn, Williamson, Stromberg, tochon. Booth, Gallagher, Kennedy, ipinlch, Podobnlk. Bennett, Mc- }eever. Lucich. Dolan, Dugani, Ira, No™, Martin, Fitanaurloe nd Franklin. IIGHJISCORE rey Rock Mine Bowler Topples Maples for 655; Smoke Scores 603. McPherson of the Grey Rock mine earn rolled top individual score in M. C. A. bowling circles last ight cracking the maples for a S55 otal. Smoke of the Exchange club .earn rolled 803 to place second. The .cores: FtATLVTM tEAGCE. ElchaiK Cllb— Nores 47], Ed*ard> 4*5. 'rer 541, Fautl 487. Smokt 603; fame ollll. 171. 831, M»—2.5M. Altai Bar — Ranty 451. Keana 471, ftomu 443. Doran 308. Eyler 495; rami ollll, 744, KM, 71&_2. 1ft. nnt Natlanal Bank—Squ^rw Ml, 'Rirfie 57, Wlllianu 48<, (83. McBrtde 11: tame totaU. 832, 884. 78Z— 2,498. Fashion Barb*ri — WedlD 51*. Daniel* 15. rt>hlln 501, Latlnter 451, Tompklnl 5<; tama total!, 831. 836, 13}—3.489. FtBBi-tler*—Williams 504. Stanawar in, Bartich 419. Olrard 43«. Mutlln 138; lama Itata, 711, 791, 77«—3.J84. Walkarrlllt — Johns 441. Dennehr os>, osklnl 517, SMa (37, CWaVly 427; tame .tall, 70a, m. 772—2.417. WaTerir Oil—Hendra 406. Ellis 411, CaJ- way 460. Roberts 547. mil 515: lame tall, 740, 137, 752—2.339. Blaneharl—Miller 475, Hlrsh 491. Roiers 16, Home 506. Klstler 454; tame totals, 83, 101, 7W—2,379. . lOHISVlUt • OWEKIORO Will"t<Y«ry ;* naST^sMTtiiMiiii, r~ IWgTMMTfWlMOB [owa Soph May Be 9-Letter Star OSKALOOSA, IA., Oct. 18.—OT— Five years ago Floyd DeHerr ganging Oskaloosa farm boy, hac never seen a scheduled sport event Today, as a husky 6-foot-7 Univer sity of Iowa sophomore, he show possibility of becoming the school fourth 9-letter athlete. The ungainly youngster has grown into a sturdy athlete weighing 23 pounds. He rates as one of Coac Ossie Solem's leading tackle can didates on the Iowa varsity. Football, however, is not DeHeer only forte. He will,'in the words o Rollie Williams, Iowa basketba coach, more than likely play cente for the Hawkeyes next season. Trac too, is a cinch for the big fellow. H tosses the 16-pound shot 80 lee while wearing street clothes, SALEM, Ore., Oct. 18.—(UB —WI lamette university and College Idaho will meet here Saturday nigh In a game that may decide th Northwest conference champlonshi Injuries bothered both teams. WI lunette drilled secretly on passln, today. Topsy-Turvy Tactics in Football Paul Whitney, University of Chicago halfback, used heads- down tactics to pave the way for one of the University of Chicago's touchdowns against Western State Teachers' college of Kalamazoo, Mich., in a game at the Midway. Here he is doing a topsy-turvy act as the Maroons directed a play Into the Teachers' line. Chicago won, 31-6, a rather top- heavy score. FIVE GAMES SCHEDULED IN R.M.C. GRID LEAGUE Bobcats Battle Greeley State Bears in One of Conference Battles- Utah-Denver Game Features. DENVER, Oct. 18.—(fl">—Five' games will entice Rocky mountain faithful to the football yards this Saturday. All but one are conference contests. By a long way the most important ts the Utah State-Denver university meeting before a homecoming day crowd in Denver. Neither team has been defeated; both are of championship caliber. Saturday's other games are: Colorado Mines-Colorado university at Boulder, Colorado college-Brigham 'oung at Provo, Montana State- Oreeley State at Qreeley and Idaho, outhern branch-Western State at Gunnlson. Utah.rjenT«r Gam* Feattn*. Its meeting with Mines will be iolorado's first conference encoun- RADIUM LEAGUE. title National Ufe—J. Nettle, 5M: j«n Hetlle, 557; O. Turner. 489: Bill Net- SOS; Larry Nettle, 55«; r>me total), 91, MS, MS—3,872. B. I. Bolldlnr t Loan—Baker, 551: Rod>, 4St! Klstler, 431; Evans, 418; Tomjj- Ini, 614; lime totals. 788, til, »84—J.4U. Grey Rock Mine—Barker, 489; Cronin, 04; Benney, 4*8; McPheraon, W5; Bhaf- •r, 453; name totals. 920. M9. 77»—J.SS7. Radio Enflnecra—Berlhelote, 433; Froe- loh, 440; Kallatlo, 431; Froltaj, H4; ohni, 415; fame totals, 771. 787, SW- ,3B1. lollh Sldl Hardware—Plessinjer, 4»; Poor, 4JJ; Olark, 443; Porchy, 544; Fahl, MO; tune totals, 886, 773, 789— 3,428. Columbia Garden! Nash sr., 493; Richard!, (Of; Oook»ynt, 411; Blewett, 519; Nath Jr., 517: tame totals, 760, 791, 855— ,446. Red Itooitw—WestUni. 493; Peterson. 174; Venable, 4!6; Wedln, 474; Williams, i>3; tame totals, 891, 810. 731—>,4». Shlntn 8t8t^—Haus^lrth. 4&1; Munken. «SS; O. Wllllanu. 555; C. BMner, 449; N. ~ I, 49J; tame totals, SOD, 745, SSS— Walter Hagen Is Low in Pro Meet TWIN H I Ii L S, OKLAHOMA TIT, Oct. 18.—W—Walter Hagen, ie man who was "Too old" for hampionshlp play; whose tottering egs and expanding waist line as- sertedly have robbed him of his iiance to compete with youth, to 11 intents and purposes was medal- it yesterday (or the 18th annual Professional Golfers' association ational tournament. "The Haig" utwltted the trtckr Twin Hills course In the morning to turn in a parkllng 67, three under par and a Competitive course record. He -ame back In the afternoon with a 72 for a 130 total, three strokes .head of the field. 15 Kid Contests Set for Saturday Fifteen games are scheduled for ay tomorrow in the Employed Boys' »nd Grade School Football leagues. The schedule follows: Employed Boys. »:(»—Pirates vs. Junior Hi»h. »:SO—Bvittfl Whites vs. Columbian Squlrw 10:30—Muckers vs. Butts Reds. 11:00—KuDs vs. CubbaRC Patch. Class B. 10:00—Emerson vs. Bt. Lnwrenc». 10:00—St. Joseph vs. \Vhltttcr. 10:00— McKlnley vs. Blfcine. 10:20—Holr Savior vs. St. John. 10:20—Immaculate Conception vs. Grant Class C. 9:00—Sacred Hcurt vs. Wrt*t«r. 9:00—Lincoln vs. Monroe, 9:00—Lonsfellow vs. St. Patrick. 9:15—Ramsay vs. Greeley. o:i5—Madison vs. Sherman. 8:15—St. Mary vs. Franklin. Bowling Matches | On Card Tonight AT THE T. M. C. A. 7:00 P- m, Butte League—Pioneer R»dt TS. White Satin Sugar. S. & S. Jawelr vs. Ashford Market, Sean did Beer Ptrlo vs. Mellor Product, R x K. O. Pictures TS Montana Power Co. 9 p. tn. Lead League— Park way Baker vs. Telephone Co., Moreen Servlco sutla vs. Hall Lumber Co.. Christlft Transfer v Maccabees, Eddie Butts' Auto Repair v Parkway Beer Jrs. AT THE MARQUETTE. 7 o'clock, Montana league—Bumps T Stars, Silver Bow Park vs. Athletiw, Hi Shots vs. Columbia Floral. 9 o'clock, llks' leftiue—Pitch Players v Pet Poolers; Enter tain! nc Committee v Otflcari; Dane* oommltteo vi. Hani taller*. Fight Results Last Night (By the Associated Press) PHOENIX, ARIZ.—Hank Bath, .86, Fort Morgan, Colo., stopped Billy Kramer, 203, St. Louis, (1). JERSEY CITY, N. J.—Harry ;arlton, 138, Jersey City, knocked out Teddy Borman, HI, Oamden, N. J., in the fourth round. ter and with Mines still close to Jie foot of the long climb leading back to football heights, C. TJ. should find the game not much more than a breather. The Buffs undoubtedly will need an easy game before plunging Into the thick of the conference race, ,fter the terrific hammering they absorbed from Missouri in swelter- Ing weather last Saturday. A brilliant battle is In prospect between Denver and Utah Aggies. Both have powerful teams, made up chiefly of veterans. Denver has won four straight contests and if it can add Dick Bomney's team to Its string, will be In a fine spot to challenge Utah and Colorado for the championship. A« a further incentive, the Pioneers itch to get vindication for the ringing defeat Utah 8tat« handed them last season. Bobcats Test Bean. So far Utah Aggies have had little chance to show their hand this season. They won their open- Ing game from Montana State by a good-sized wore and then were badly beaten by U. C. L. A., one of the powers of the Pacific coast circuit. In Montana State, the Greeley Bears will face a team which holds a 7-0 decision over B. Y. U., Bear tamers, last week, but comparative scores make a risky measuring roc for Saturday's fray. Greeley undoubtedly will go after Montana State in a far different frame of i mind than It had at Frovo last week. COUGAR-HUSKY TILT FEATURES COA$TG1 BILL Pullman, Wash., Battle May Decide '35 Title in Pacific Conference; Montana Idle This Week BAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 18.—<UB— A ten-year-old tradition looms as a factor as Important as weather conditions and the soundness of limb of football stars In this week's top gridiron clash on the Pacific slope. The tradition is that Washington State college never loses a game on ite home field. .They say that the 'jinx of the palouse" Is responsible. May Decide Title. The "jinx" Is due for his hardest and most important workout In a decade Saturday when University of Washington invades Pullman to do battle with the Cougars In a game likely to decide not only the Pacific Coast conference championship but also the western entry for the Rose Bowl game at Pasadena. California Is also Hose-Bowl bound, with a record of four straight wins, one in conference play, and an unscored-upon mark which Clipper Smith's sharpshooters from the Santa Clara Jesuit school will endanger. Swept aside in what they was considered an upset by Washington earlier In the season, Santa Clara will be out to carry on their own particular jinx, their dominance of Golden Bear teams which Is enter- Ing its fourth year. Two Other Conference TilU. The week-end program also presents two conference clashes. Oregon, with a strong squad beaten only by the Golden Bears, will be favored to give Ted Bank's Idaho grldders their fourth setback In a row at Eugene. Oregon State reigns a slight favorite to take Howard Jones' hapless TJ. S. C. Trojans into camp at Los Angeles, but look out for surprises. Stanford, St. Mary's, Montana and TJ. 0. L. A. are idle. MAROONS, FULL OF FIGHT, TO SEEK FIRST VICTORY IN CONTEST SATURDAY Coach Johnny Good Pays Tribute to Spirit of Squad Handicapped Since Start of Season by Injuries; Game Will Start at 2 o'clock. Local Eleven to Use Aerial Attack Against Gallatin County Team. Central high ichool'i hard-fighting but Injury-jinxed '35 foot>all team plays It* third home game of the season here tomor- tw. The Oallattn county high school Hawks of Bozeman, coached by Jason Preston, tormer Bobcat star, will be the Maroons' hlrd opponent of th« season. * .Despite the fact that Larry Connors, a tackle, and J. Healy, an end, ioth veterans of last year, are eon- Ined to their homec as a result of njuries sustained In earlier season games, the Maroons are full of fight and are out to' chalk up their first rictory of the season tomorrow. Good Confident. Coach Johnny Good expressed Confidence today that his club would alee the Hawki Into camp. 'I have coached many Central high teams," Good said today, "but not one of them has displayed the iptrit that has been shown all sea- O'Connell Sets Pace Among Butte League Bowlers at Marquette. INTEREST KEEN IN "IT-GONZAGA GAME GREAT PALLS, Oct. Predicting the greatest crowd that ever witnessed a football game In Great Falls would gather the evening of November 9 to watch the Montana university and Gonzaga football teams In their traditional contest, officials of the junior chamber of commerce tonight were kept busy filling reservations. Helen Richards again paced Individuals in the Women's league at the Marquette alleys last night with a top total of 549 and high individual game of 203. In the Butte league O'Connell was high individual with 588. The scores: BTJTTE LEAGUE. Great Fall) B«er—Lath&m, 498; CTharl- ton, 493t - DanleU, 540; O'Connell, 583, Inkret, 47!; game totil«, 179, (99, 820— 3,591. Rulle Brrr—Sullivan, let; Lee. 5S8 Merilat, 390: McOaeban. (94: McOulrl 549; game totals, 904, 1,048, 849— 3,799. Eli Markit—ForstU, 47(: Edmunson 544; T6omu, 462; Cahjin, 500; Martin 536; Itme totals. 884, 783. 842—3.506. Shoetorltun—Corklsh, 498; Johnston, 504 Keller, 471: Grossman, 471: PhllllDl, 672! •ama totall, 828, 830, 85S—9,814. M«tal> Bank—8. Jackson, 924; Btrrr 6; R. Jaeobson, 481; Satar, 988; fiohnel- ler. <»3: i.mi total!, 851, 882, 824—J,96». Roekr Mountain Cafe— Roean, 5)0 Chouinard, 495; O'Brien, 527: TruzBOllnl an; Dempser, 417: tame total*, 904, 833 S2J—2,*». TODAY'S SPORT PARADE By HENRY MctEMORE (United Frew italt Correspondent) NEW YORK. Dot. U.-fllB—HOie response to my plan of giving vital bits of information with each football selection haa b«tt most fratl- fylng. Of the hundreds of thousands of letters received since th« plan went into operation last week Jie following—the on* from Mrs. Ethelbert Knuckleball of Cairo, Egypt, is typical. "Dew sir," writes Mrs, Knuckleball, ''your plan i> wonderful. Ml' youngest ton, Chauncey KnucklSr ball, skipped two grades »t the Pyramids day school by memorliing your valuable Information and reciting It to nil teacher. They moved him up from 3A to 5B in oni day. As * rewmjd his father bought him » new carnel and » camel's hair coat. Thanks again." Saturd»y'» selection! follow: Army over Harvard (the first cantilever bridge WM designed by C. Shaloh Smith in 1876 for the Cincinnati Southern railroad). Notre Dame over Fltt (George Washington's wife was small and plump, with dark hair and haaet ryes). Minnesota ever Titan* (Mrs. Thomas Jefferson, h«w»»«r, wa» tan, slim, YivacioM an* had brown eyes). 9. M. U. over Rice (the superficial area of the earth Ii 196,950,000 square miles). Tennessee over Alabama (four- fifths of Roumania's population engages in agriculture). Navy over Yale (bloomers were first introduced at the woman's rights convention at Seneca Palls, N. Y.. on July-18, 1848). Santa Clara over California (the blowpipe was Invented by Prof. Robert Hare in 1801). Purdue over Chicago (the first lifeboat made of corrugated iron was patented on March X, 18«). Vanderbilt over Fordhaai (visitors to the national parks numbered 3,881,474, in 1633). Duke over Georgia Tech (Lithuania once waa a grand duchy nnder the Russian empire). Michigan State over Bolton college IK1U« Wand (waste 27 buildings). Nebraska over Kansas State (the moon's axis Is not perpendicular to the plane of her orbit). Princeton over Rutgers (Dona- its was the finest comet of the 19th century). U. S. C. over Oregon Stale (the Senate galterta will accommodate 68S persons). WOMEN'S LEAGUE. Mar«»—La Hood 411, Mual IW Rood 438, Brfcndl 378, McQeeTtr 478; game secret, 605, «SJ, 844—2,111. National Tnnk-Slewett MO, Snell 411 Dunn SOI. Bon 419, Olstn HI; nun UU1>, 729. (17, 704-2.380. HlthUnder Beer—M. Tash 409. M. Mat S37. A. Scannell 398, L. Turk 407. H. Rich ,rds 5(8: game totals. 60S, 700. 772—3,084 Aero Ctob—A. Hammond 468. Ijucaa 479 Toune S64, Dummy, 369. Edqulst 504; game totals, 722. 7J3, 740—2,184. meMirni—J. McDonald SOS. SOurrick 374, Julion 3(6. Oorklsh 359, Msnnlnt 313 tame tetalj. 635, •«, 170—l.«M. Roeir Mountain Cafe—O. Fearcl 475, M Knuekr 92B. Z, Sills 846, I. Burofchard 433, O. Douglo Ml: time totall, M9, 711 715—J,8t7. , WOMAN BAGS FIRST ELK OF '35 SEASON To a woman belongs the honor of bagging th« first elk ot the season In the Butte district. The successful hunter was Mrs Hugh J. (Tex) Murphy of Brown's gulch. The kill was made adjacenf to Yellowstone park, about 20 miles • st of Karst's camp. Mrs. Murphy who was alone at the ttme, iho three times with a 25-S5 caliber rifle, the last bullet finding ite mark. Her husband, who is Butt* agent for the Texas company, ac< companied her on the trip but failed to bag any game. Durinj a 20-game streak In which they lost only two games, Bill Walker was the Cardinal pitcher In each loss. Lousen Martin Right end. G. Fitzpatrlck Marquii Quarterback. Cullerton Monfortan Left halfback. Zannon Jenkinj Eight halfback. Kennedy Meeki Fullback. eon by the boys on this year's squad. Handicapped by Injuries, many of the boys having played in the Ana- ionda and Miles City games when they really were not In physical shape to play, the squad has shown fighting spirit that if continued tomorrow should give us victory over the Bozeman eleven.',' Things are a little brighter at Central, too, for the reason that 3obby Cullerton, on the injury list since the start of the season, will be starter tomorrow. Cullerton is expected to add the needed experience to the Maroon backfleld that •will give it Its potential offensive power. Bozeman has a heavy team and one that, although It started slowly, osing its first game to Anaconda 19-6, is rapidly developing into a threat to the stronger scholastic clubs of the state. Tor the purpose of offsetting the weight advantage Bozeman will likely hold over the Maroons, Good has been working hard all week in developing a fast-passing attack which should add much to the thrill of tomorrow's contest. Cluh Starti at ». The game will start at 2 o'clock. As the contest is a Southern district elimination battle, Interest in the fray Is keen In the Mining City. Central has lost on« Southern district tilt, that to Helena. A defeat tomorrow will put the Maroons definitely out of the running. The probable starting lineups: Central Bowman Sheehy Jones , Left end. Rooney Muchow Left tackle. Smart Barra Left guard. Wilson Anderson Center. L. Tokle Minder : Bight guard. McLeod Hogg Bight tackle. Tirestone EXTRA POWER BATTERIES 20% MORE POWER LONGER LIFE For ttm lUriteg nd dependable performance equip your ur with m Flrettone Extra Power Gallery. All-rubber separator*, triple Interlocking grlda and many other patented construction features gire Firestone Extra Power Baiterie* 20% more power ami longer life. 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