Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on September 22, 1934 · 22
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22 GLE11 VIE17 TO IIOLD 117ft DRYS' TOURI1EY TODAY Record Field of Golfers Is Expected to Play. Glen View's 26th annual Twa Days' tournament, one of the oldest invitational golf events in the Chicago district, will be held today. A record teld is expected to compete. Jock Hutchison. the club's veteran professional, Will present the trize collection, which numbers 24 trophies. The list of awards is beaded by the Auch termuchty, the Leigh and Lang, the Clamihewit, and the Carinzorm. The Laigh and Lang trophy will go to the low gross scorer for 38 boles. and the Auchtermuchty will go to the player baying low net. Lawson Little, San Francisco, Amer-lean and British amateur champion. and Johnny Goodman, Omaha, winner of last year's United States open, will meet Tommy Armour. Medinah. Canadian open champion, and Harry Cooper, Glen Oak. western open titleholder, tomorrow in an lg hole exhibition match at the Indian Hill club in Winnetka. Proceeds of the match will be turned over to the caddy scholariship fund of the Western Golf association, which is sponsoring the match. Tickets are $I. 'The match will begin at 2.1;30 o'clock. -11. Another of the district's best known 'invitational tournaments will take 'place next Thursday and Friday when the Oak Park Country club holds its annual Auchtermuchty event. The next one day handicap of the Chicago District Golf association will be beld Thursday at the Brookwood Country club. This will be the thir. teenth of a series which began at Ridgemoor May S. The final will be played at Park Ridge Oct.. 3. The C. D. G. A. will conduct its second annual Champion of Champions -event at Bunker Hill a week from to. norms.. This tournament, inaugurated last year. brings together the champions of each member club in the association. - .. The Illinois Senior's Golf association and the Illinois P. G. A. will collabo, rate on a unique event Oct. 1 over the No. 4 course at Olympia Fields. Seniors and pros will be paired in two ball foursomes, with selective drives and alternate ithot. Yachtsmen to Try for Clark Trophy Today , The yachting season's last big open regatta takes place today. startinl - at 2 p. in.. off Delmont harbor. It is the annual renewal of the Sheldon , Clark trophy fall regatta. sponsored , by the ;Chicago lacht club and the associated clubs of the Lake "Yachting association. Sailing craft of all classes will be' in competition.. The two main types , are to be the, unix ersal racing and cruising division. Class Q. R, and S Eagle sloops mill make up the uni - versal fleet which regularly races each week-end in Chicago waters. ' Sail Over 13 Mile Course. Pup and Star class also will corn; pete. A., B, and C cruising windjammers of all sizes are entered to , race. The universal and cruising di'. visions compete for the time prizes. , All contestants are , to sail over a spedal 13 mile course. This will take - them from the starting line off the 1. harbor entrance to the Rogers Park 4 gas buoy and back. ' Permanent Trophy at Stake. : Prominent Chicago yacht sme formed a eyndieste several years ago - for the purpose of establishing a per. : perual trophy. Thia was in apprecia.F tion of Clark's work as bead of the - Chicago Yacht dub. Ever since, the s annual fall regatta of the club has been thrown 'Opento all.yacht clubs on -the lake; and known as the Shcl' don'Clark regattal :Clark is a director : of the Chicago Yacht club and vice : commodore of the-Yachtsmen's Asso- elation of America. ' ILLINOIS COLLEGE , SCHEDULES GAME , AT LAKE FOREST T4t kson 'lie 311 Sept. 21.---Spe Larue Van Meter of WI, nom college today announced the sign, log of a game at Lake Fore Ft college on Nov. 10. The Illinois college eche tie now consists of Leven games. : Illinois .college has a large number of veterans available this , fall, but most of them were not regulars last Included in the list are Feduria, Munger, Earenfanger, linemen, and Smihr, Watts, Mann, and Paccotti, backs. - :EDDIE EDENBEIRIVo MOTOR RACING : OFFICIAL; DIES - Detroit, Mich.. Sept. 21.--(Special.) t IA D. (Eddie Edenburn. fig years old, ' an ofEcial at the annual LOO mile au' tomobile race at the Indianapolis speed., way and at the Ilarmsworth speedboat t races here, died today of uremic poisoning after an illness of three days. Edenburn is survived by his widow. Irene Alma, whom be married in In- dianapolis in 1912. Funeral services will be held in Detroit Surday and burial will be 131 Indianapolis Monday. Lutheran Nines 'Resume Title Games Tomorrow North and south side senior and ". junior champions in the Evangelical , Lutheran A. A. Baseball league will .1: clash tomorrow at American Giants' o' park. 39th street and Wentworth aye1 rue. in the second of ,their three game ; title series. St. Paul of :Mount prospect, repre senting the north and N-inner of the frst game, will seek to clinch the junior crown against Holy Cross txt the south at 1 o'clock. St. Paul of , Dolton, of the south side, 'will play - St. 3ohn of Mayfair in the senior ',game at 3 o'clock. Lit:r7,it - - TO P411 q.2z - Prep Football ALL-11-1Pet A ,8T. 7 Altar!! 00t3o0Y Low. SELISN3e LosT mot4SY Maine Eleven Triumphs Over Elgin, 13 to 0 ,,.:.:::;.::::z.- ----:-z- -, ---',- 4,-,,, '---Z,-...-.- --:, -,,,,-- --;-,,, ,4 . in.::7,,, -,.........-, , , .. , . . - ---'',:s. --:'.-- 1 -m,.., -,,,---,,...:;z1,--,- . 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W1-4EIZS Si-la ALNNA.--is IS. -- n'11EN-UNOlt j1L4.. 1 IBIETtaa ,1 -' '1 F-- I .1 1 "THIS IS OKIS 1,AkNI -11 THE T4SLES ARS ColkICA ' "TO B Tuzkra3. w.4s-raithx:7 OP HEIZ 7-01-1-0NINIC ME - CottIC POLLOW ELL Pi atrr vvi-eRa SHE'S STA-fINIC , OH OH! I TH11,44 SHe Atm 'Nc SAw Ma FP' EJ RA Limo - tit- soy VA- t RASNIiatt ' '1!3 ;e-,":!, o 7 ...., , f7Y74;e- -; J LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS. Glenbard. 13; beaten. 64 Glenbard, 20; Vlbeaton. Lights. Maine, 6; Elgin. Lights. Maine. 13; Light. I. Visite Toledo. O., 6; Moottebeart. S. Emerson Gary. 6; Central South bend. Thornton. '20; Joliet, 110. East Aurora. 7; Naperville. O. Missals'. 7; kankakee. GAMES TODAY. Loyal at Michigan City. 2:30 p. se. De La Salle at rosette' Gars. 2:30 to. mt. Deerfield at Blue Island. 2:30 p. an. Morton at La Grange. 2:30 p. an. Blooms at New Trier. 2:30 p. at. Georgetown at Oak Park. 230 p. tn. Downers Grose at Proviso. 2:30 p. tn. Hinsdale at Lockport. 2;30 p. ni. Omit Chicago at Geneva. 2:311 so. lock at West Aurora, 2:30 p. in. '- Arlington Heights at Vox Lake. 2:30 p. na. Maine nigh school, Des Plaines, defeated Elgin's football team, 13 to 0, On the latter's field last night- Rapp, veteran Maine full back, scored both of his team's touchdowns, the first in the second period on a 13 yard run, and the Other 'in the third quarter after a dash of 10 yards. Elgin threatened twice in the third period, reaching the Maine 10 yarl line once, and then going to the 6 yard line. The strong Maine line hell each time. Neal. left half back. kicked the extra point after Rapp's first touchdown. Thornton of Ilarvey scored in the second and third quarters to defeat Joliet, 20 to 9, at Harvey. Kleckner Hellman and Pinger scored for Thornton, while Moroni, full back, counted Joliet's only touchdown in the first period on a 2 yard plunge.. Three thousand watched Glenbard triumph over Wheaton, 13 to 0, in another game on last night's schedule. Glenbard scored in the first quarter when McLeod caught a 20 yard pass from Bliss and raced 20 yards to the goal- In the third period Bliss plunged over from the 1 yard line for the second touchdown. The lineups: 'MAINE 131. ELGIN Oh Presets n i L. .... . Graf Rusanke L. T Schmidt Klema hens G..... ........ Adams Heckel Geibmacher Gerdes ...R. 4. Hatimiller l'heimeyer R. T ......- yoichla Wehner .. .R. E. ......... Latiendort Gelett r Neal .. .. . Stallions Stioter R. Andrews Rutin ....... .... ..... Smith TotachdoonsRapp 121, Point alter touchwnNcal. ) GLENBARD 113 WilEATON 01. Gloat a, L. Stream Duncan lerdee Getset Gilman Davis Rue 11urray . . R. G Dekan Wardle . R. r Welarit Bellanger E.... .. Corwin Anderson B Harleman lit 1001 . ; Hoelscher McLeod H... . .. Fiester Beaver ... B TtnichdowneMeLend, Bliss. Point, after touchdownDuncan. LA PORTE AND RILEY ELEVENS OPEN TITLE RACE South Bend, Ind, Sept. 21--- Special:1 Riley 'High school- of South Bend and Laporte will open the eastern division football race in the northern Indiana high Pehoot conference here tomorrow night. The Riley-Laporte game will be tbe third game of the .4:lay here. Mishawaka will open its tome season against Plymouth, and St i Iledwige will play its Erst game at home against Catholic Central of Fort Wayne in the afternoon. ' ;. Other high school games scheduled for northern Indiana teams include: Loyola, Academy of Chicago at Michigan City, Wallace of Gary at Hobart, and Hammond Technical against Roosevelt at East Chicago. ladick and Jones Box 10 Round Draw Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 21.---4(2). Johnny.Jadiek, 132, Philadelphia. and Sticky Jones, 144, Morristown, N. J., battled, ten rounds to a .draw tonight In the svindup bout of a boring show here. - - TALABER FACES MALKOW Lou Ta laber seri Zack Nalkov will meet in nne of the feature bouts on Minus Nit1lY t4 weeethng eard at Whits City arena Tuesday night. I CITICACO DAILY TRIBUNE: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. DICK Ti?ACY A Couple àfShädows National Hocky League to Hold Meeting Today Maj. Frederic McLaughlin. owner of the Blacklhawks, world hocky champions, left yesterday for New York to attend todiayta meeting of the directors of the National Rocky league. This session is expected to have an important bearing on the careers of the Hawks and the Boston Bruins, both of which have been experiencing difficulty in finding a rink for themselves. Schedules for the league also are expected to be arranged, a job which call for some new arithmetic, since the Ottawa franchise this year has been transferred to St. Louis. -4- Maj. McLaughlin and the new management 'which will take over the Chicago Stadium next month have not come to an agreement on a lease as yet. The management is willing to renew the Hawk lease, but Maj. McLaughlin is aiming for a reduction in the percentage arrangement in use the last two years. The Bruins are havin sitralar difficulties with those in control of Boston's Madison Square Garden, What new player deals will result from today's meeting remain to be seen. The Montreal Maroons are reported to have made a bid for Lionel Conaeher, Elackhawk defense star. The Chicago officials say they will take nothing less than Jimmy Ward and Baldy Northeott in return, so that particular trade is unlikely. -4- The Hawks will go into the season without the services of Chuck Card' tier, the Vezina trophy goalie who died this spring. Joe Starke, his under. study for a couple of seasons, will start in the Hawk cage, but the Chicago team still is open to suggestions for another doorman. One of these might be Lorne Chabot, who the Canadiens will replace with Wilf Cude or Dave Kerr of the Maroons. STilITTY VAN RYN WINS' - FROM SHIELDS IN PACIFIC TENNIS Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 21.--01--- John Van Byn, Philadelphia, defeated Francis X. Shields, the nation's ranking player, in a quarter-final match of the Pacific southwest tennis tournament today, 7-5, 6-2, 12-10., In. another cuarter-final meeting, Donald. Budge,' Oakland, was forced to five sets before he eliminated Jess Millman, University of Southern Callfornia ,player. who upset Wilmer AMson.a: The scores ; were 9-7, 1-6, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2. Two British women stars lost In the ornen's singles play in today's guarter-anal matches. Josephine Cruickshank, Santa, 4,:nal." turned in an easy victor' over Freda James, England, 6-0, 6.4, and Mrs. Ethel Arnold, Los Angeles, defeated Betty 1ST uthall, England, 6-2, 8-6. ' 1L1Y GO INTO MOVIES. Culver City, Cal., Sept. 21.-01-- Francis X. Shields, New York, ranking tennis star of America, is being considered by Metro-Goldw-yn-Mayer studio for a featured part in pictures, studio officials said today. Shields, who has a good voice, wilk Je given a screen lest, tomorrow, it was said. If .Shipids is given a. movie -contract his amateur tennis standing' would not be affected, as Parts conterriplated for him 'would have ;nothing to do with tennis. ; , ; 0 ; VETERAN DRIVERS RACE TQMORROW AT. ROBY TRACK , A ,Beld of veteran drivers will take part in the program of stock car rac Ing tomorrow afternoon at the Roby. Chicago speedway. ' ' Driver entered are Emil joluason, Gary, Ind.; L. L. Whitaker, Hammond; Slim Roberts. Whiting, Ind.; Gail Lower, Fort Wayne, and Johnny Wilson, Chicago. Jimmy Schneider. Indianapolis. will drive a new racer when he meets Ted Tetterton., North Chicago in the special match race heading the Evanston Motor speedway program tomorrow afternoon. Schneider's new car is a V-8 powered creation, designed by Lou Madis, Chicago builder. The match with Tetterton will be at 5 laps. KENNEDY TO WRESTLE. J'aek KennedY and Alex Easaboskt the Marigold Gardens Wednesday Bight. meet in the 90 minute 'wrestling match at . tog tt.M , hy Th. (,,, 1.44.P -MIGHT Is RIGHT Big Elevens to Take on Little Fellows Today New York, Sept. 21.-40--Big fellows will start knocking over the little ones, or vice versa, on half a hundred gridirons from coast to coast and border to border tomorrow.. Although most major schools of the east, midwest, and south will wait another week or two before swinging into actions an interesting program is carded for football fans of the southwest and PaciBc coast Southern California. university of California at Los Angeles. and Oregon State each take on two opponents out on the coast, white Stanford, Oregon, and Washington State content themselves "cvith one. U. S. C. Plays Two Teatng, IT. S. G. meets Occidental and Whittler. beaten last year 39-0 and 51-0, respectively. Stanford will tackle San José State; Oregon -State has ached. tiled Willamette, and Coach Amos Alonzo Stagg's Pacific youngsters; Oregon hopes for more than last 3-ear's 14-0 victory over Gonzaga, and Wash. ington State plays Whitman college at Pullman. In the southwest Southern Methodist meets North Texas Teachers, Texas university plays Texas Tech. and Texas A. and M. meets the Sam Houston Teachers. S. M. U. Is all primed to avenge the 7-0 snrprise defeat the Teachers handed the .Mustangs last year. Interest In the east centers chiefly in the Holy Cross-St. Anse lin battle at Worcester; the West Virginia-West Virginia Wesleyan game at Morgantown, and the Manhattan-St Bonaventure night contest at Brooklyn. Loyola Faces Rice. In the south the feature battle is at New Orleans between Loyola of the South and Rice, fromthe Southwest conference. Rice won last year, 13-0. Leaders of the Southeastern conference and most of the Southern conference schools are idle. Exceptions are Washington and Lee, which plays Wofford; Virginia Poly, which takes on Roanoke, and - Kentucky, which meets Marysville. - - Only one game is scheduled in the Rocky mountain region. Montana State, which took a 25-0 beating last year, again will play Brigham Young at Great Falls. ' . NEW MEN TO AID 1 WONDERBOLTS AGAINST KLADNO Five new players, Bob Thompson, Chick Rebell, Scotty Nilsen, Bill Watson, and Ilughie Hal. are expected to strengthen the Wieboldt Wonderbolts for their game tomorrow afternoon at Sparta Etadium, 21st street and Rostner avenue, with the Kladno squad from Czechoslovakia. The visitors have a powerful team, but Manager Billy Alexander of the Wonderbolts is confident the new players, plus the mainstays of last year's team, will prove equal to meeting the drives of the Czechoslovakians. WEIGHT FAVORS INDIANA HARBOR AGAINST TIGERS The Chicago Tigers will go to East Chicago tomorrow afternoon to meet the Indiana liarbor Gophers on the Roosevelt High school t eld, 141st street and Indianapolis boulevard at 2;20. The Gophers will have a weight advantage but the south Eiders, made up largely of former Loyola and De Paul university men, hope to offset this with speed. AU players on both clubs formerly played college football. , DAVIDSON AND DR. PAULY MEET FOR NET TITLE ' Max Davidson and Dr. Mike rauly will play this afternoon for the Tuley park tennis championship. Davidson, bolder of the Western conference title, won the Jackson park and namilton park tournaments during the summer. First round matches in the Tuley park mixed doubles tournament also will be played this afternoon. Entries will be accepied at the courts, SOth street and South Park avenue. , .1!L1 I u Celebron Faces Miller Monday in Marigold Ring Three shows scheduled next week were arranged yesterday. Six matches will comprise the card at Marigold Gardens, and the program at White 1 City will be composed ut five bouts. Both of these shows will be held Monday. There will be five fights at Arcadia Gardens Wednesday.. Lilly Celebron, Rockford, Ill, welterweight, will face Billy Miller, Milwaukee, 'Wis., at eight rounds at Marigold- Supporting matches: Frank liirabal vs. Freddy Gravelle LAIL 127. Willie Dudlak vs. Sammy Guidara 14.1, 11. Bud Ginter vs. Young Rid Chocolate tn. Tony Mandell vs. Cy Babbler 141. 149- Al Williams vs. Ralph Garibaldi twresalma, Johnny Stanton, Minneapolis, Minn., lightweight, who Thursday defeated Germ Salvatore, spoiling the latter's undefeated record, and Joey Kick will battle in the eight round windup at White City. Jimmy Christy, Catholic 'Youth organization featherweight, Iv I oppose Johnny Fitzpatrick in the five round semi-windup. Four rounders will match Eddie Jackson with Nassef, Jim Cool with Jack Robinson, and Billy Brown with Georgie Trapp, . The card at Arcadia Gardens will be headed by 'the 10 round fight be. tween Adolph 'Mater, Green Bay, Wis., and Joe Louis, Detroit, Mich. Eattling GizzY is paired with Joey Esposito, C. Y. O. lightweight, In an eight round bout. Lenny Cohen faces Jimmy Eliopoulos, and Mickey Beal will clash with Augie Mandell in six round battles. The four round curtain raiser will bring together Frank White and Young Joe Gans at 150 pounds.- -. Barney Ross, lightweight and junior welterweight champion, will rest for at least five weeks before going into training for One or two more matches before the end of the year. He will do no more fighting in New York this year, chiefly because of the state income tax law which, he contends, would be so large after another contest there that it is more convenient to remain idle. Art Sykes. Elmira, N. Y., heavyweight. will entrain today for a week's visit to his home. Boxing and wrestling matches are being arranged for Mayfair Casino Wednesday. . Everett Young Rightmire, Sioux City, Ia., will take a vacation for two weeks. Postponement of the Davey Day. Frank Sigilio return contest, scheduled at the Stadium Oct. 5, to the latter part of the month may allow Si-gill to meet Battling Gizzy probably at the Coliseum or Cicero stadium. Bobby Matthews, Paducah. Ky., middleweight, was in town yesterday. 'Tony Herrera, El Paso, Tex., junior welterweight, has come back from Tomahawk, Wis., to begin drills for a bout with Fritz Zivic at Pittsburgh. ' , King Levinsky, north side 213 pounder, will head for Milwaukee, Wis., Monday to finish workouts there fora 10 round meeting with Salvatore Ruggirello Friday. Johnny Mager', west side 160 pound fighter, has started workouts at Trafton's gymnasium for his eight round supporting match against George Black. Mrs. Henry Rothier, wife of the welterweight boxer, will leave Louis Memorial hospital Monday, where a week ago she gave birth to a, 64i pound daughter. Chairman Joe Trifler of the state athletic commission will depart for New Orleans, La., today to attend the annual drug convention which convenes Monday. Davey White will box Tommy Corbett, and Benny n,lice will spar with Gary Baldwin in conjunction with the wrestling show at Ashland arena Monday. Eddie Ward, former Golden Gloves lightweight champio ri; sparred three rounds yesterday with Barney Peterson, who will appear on Earl Mastro's amateur card Monday at Community Recreation center. SAF EV Ay DETROIT .. 9 hours $4.50 CLEVELAND 11 hrs. $6.80 P. 1 1 V,is., htli- YORKIA". dr1.1 'ONLY 27 HOURS 1110 , 1: j ti 11 El 0 Lox AnoPlesS2750 Boston $18.00 9 ,,,,,, :,,,. ',,-rei TolectoMrs.$4,50Pittsburgh $9.10 6.4.o 407 S. WABASH tro C ROT Phone WABASH 6171 1931. At, lAsset-1, !4 w yot3 sveg eht,t 14.Y 'WAD ?go-II-leg 4 eigoov?..,-rIL FxSTe 471elz otae ! SP t-te At vzt A cgook AG kto t. eiN140 N3 I , --f ZtkaG 01.31-1: I. ,Il atir 1 Hunters! Read Up on State, Federal Laws BY BOB BECKER. With hunting seasons opening or about to open in many states every bunter should inform himself on both his mate and federal hunting laws and regulations. Many changes have been made in both. According to the American Game association this year, more than ever before, a hunter must be well informed on the regulations. not only because there are so many changes, but also because there will be more federal wardens in the geld than in any previous year. Moreover, the federal and state authorities are cooperating more closely than ever before due to the fact that the emphasis this season is on the conservation of ducks due to the heavy loss of bird life caused by the drouth. Here are some of the general prin.' clples of law that obtain either in every state where the law is federal or in nearly every state where the law is Observe These Regulations. It is against the law to: Hunt without a license. Hunt from a power boat, automobile, or airplane. Hunt on any posted land without permission. Hunt waterfowl with any gun larger than a .10 gauge. Hunt waterfowl without a federal hunting stamp or duck stamp. Mud-hen shooters do not need this stamp. Sell wild game dead or alive. Kill ducks resting on water. Kill more than 12 wild ducks in a day. Eastern conservation organizations are again sending out an appeal to sportsmen to use retrievers this fall, a conservation measure first broadcast by this department and the Izaak Walton league more than four years ago. It is pointed out that at least a third of game shot factually it is about one-half Is usually lost without a good dog. Hatch Reduced This Tear. This year, more than ever before, sportsmen must keep in mind this conservation measure. Waterfowl flocks are coming down from the north after another year of a losing fight against the drouth which has reduced the batch of birds. The rnellseds and pintr-s haven't suffered as much as other species. In fact, we have wondered why the Survey did not close the season altogether on red-head ducks whose numbers are at a dangerously low state. WOMEN TO START DAILY FEE GOLF TOURNEY MONDAY The third annual women's championship of the Chicago Daily Fee Golf association will open Monday at the Mid-City course, Grace street and Western avenue. The event is open to all women pla3rers, regardless of club affiliations. Entrants will be charged a daily greens fee of 75 cents. but no entry fee. Entries may be made at the tee, or with W. B. Langford, 2405 Grace street. Monday will be devoted to a qualifying round of 18 holes at medal play. Match play will open Tuesday. with the losers in that round and also in the second round Wednesday meeting in consolation brackets. All entrants are sure of at least three rounds of match play. Quarter-finals in all flights will be played Thursday. semifinals Friday, and the final Saturday. The latter will be at 26 boles. HIM GLASS RACING LCCLU HEM GENERAL ADMISSION. $1 CLUB HOUSE, $2 . . , Including Tax C. & E.i. Round Trip 75c Dearborn Station train schedule (Daylight Saving Time) : lst train 12:35 P. M. ; last train 1:10 P. M. Trains stop at 47th and 63rd. 25 BEPIRS INVADE GREEN BAY FOR LEAGUE OPEIER Feathers Only New Ilan to Start Tomorrow. ,, A squad of 25 Bears will leave for Green Bay at 6:05 o'clock this evening over the Milwaukee road for their opening game in the National Football league with the Packers tomorrow afternoon. At the conclusion of the drills yesterday Coach George Hales named the following to make the trip that will open the Bears title defense: Bronko Nagurski.Keith Moleswortb. George Corbett, Gene Ronsam, John Sisk. Carl Brumbaugh. Jack Manders, Red Grange. Art Buss, Link Lyman. George Musso, Joe Zeller. Beattie Feathers, Al Kawal, Zuck Carlson, Wayland Becker. Bil Karr. Luke ohnvos, Walt Riesling. Bert Pearson, Joe Roneha, Bill Fewitt. Ookie Miller, Bernie Masterson, and Ted Rosequist. MW4WOMV1 ilgri There's more good, sound, tborougl:l quality than we've ever seen in a shoe at $6you probably never thought such values were possible. Crosbys are a revelationnot only in value, but in style, toothey're exact duplicates of the finest British custom shoes , 8th floor , MMIEME Feathers to Start. of the new men in the league only one was named in the prospective starting lineup by Ha las--Beattie Feathers, the half back from the 'University of Tennessee. ' lie will open at left half. Walt Kiesling. a , veteran postgraduate linesman who came to the Bears from the Cardinals this season, was named at left guard. The return of Bill Karr to condit ion was a cheerful note at the Bear headquarters. Bill will be at right end. Four New Packers Play. Coach Curly Lambeau of Green Bay indicated he will start four new candidates who played in the league opener with Philadelphia last week. Green Bay won. 19 to 6. . Jorgenson of St. Mary's at left tackle, Jones of Indiana at right guard, Schwammel of Oregon State at right tackle and Laws of Iowa at right half, are on the opening list. IIalas announced the sa:e of Dick Davis. Temple university tackle, to Cincinanti yesterday. Elmhurst College to Play 7 Game Schedule The Elmhurst college football schedule consists of seven games, four of which are Little Nineteen conference contests. The schedule: Sept. 29. Morton at Elmhurst: Oct. 13. Elmhurst at St. Joseph's! Oct. 20. Aurora at Elmhuret! Oct. 27. Elmhurst at Wheaton: Nov. 3. North Central at Elmhurst: Nov. 10. De Kalb at Elmhurst: Nov. 17. St. Vlator at Elmhurst. km.. 4 graze-WI- KBoftillthrSVAS Continued from fIrst sport page. easines3 experienced ty the fellow who said he was going to his rural r home to bring back his kin folksif he could catch them. Bill Bobb. 'This Wake Is Conducted by Harvey T. Woodruff- Help! Help! Surely Not the New Deal.. IFrom Ashland, Wis, Daily Prese via Chequamegon.) WANTEDIP YOU ARE SINGLE MAN Als-to have a light car and don't wIsh a job to make money. just ail at Room 16 Goeltz Rotel between 7 and 9 p. m. Ask for Mr. Overbye. He'll show you how. What's In a Name? Drs. Rush, Rush ec Rush practice medicine at Meridian. Miss.T. R. Charles Glass is proprietor of the Arline-ton jewelry store at Akron. 0.. which &Oh' eializes in diamond.--Ly1e or Do You Remember 'Way Back When: At the Centennial exhibition of 1816 at Philadelphia, a CerliSS engine with Mall open cars, drawn by the tiny steam locomotive, carried sightseers over the intramural railroad skirting the grounds?Bob Carson, Iowa City, Ia. Cardinals to Leave Today for Dayton L The Chicago Cardinals squad, thirty. five strong, including players, coaches, managers, and doctors, will depart this morning for Dayton, O., where they open the National Pro Football league season against Cincinsati tomorrow. With all the regulars in good shape Coach Paul Sehissler feels tbat his newly organized squad of recent college stars will have an easy time against the Buckeye team. The league game was transferred from here to Dayton because the big league baseball - parks were not available until after the close of the baseball season. The Cardinals' opening lineup follows: Creighton, left end; Field, left tackle; Volok, left guard; McNally, center, Handler, right guard; Gordon, right tackle; Duggins, right end; Pardonner., quarter back; Cook, right half; Russell, left ball; llikulak, full back. Homer Griffith. former Southern California star, will be pressed into action in the game, as will Frank Greene, the 200 pound Tulsa quarter back, who has been alternating with Paul Pardonner, the ex-Purdue ace. I , , , . , , . , dot t, ., e , , ,, , , r 1 - , 1., , . ,,,,, . i . 1 r . 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