Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 28, 1927 · Page 3
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THE! I6LA DAILY REGISTEat. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28; . 1 PAGE;TyEg Two NamM on Seconds And Seven are Honor- abfe Mentif^n Choice HUBBARD, PLUNGER . lola M^n Gains Choice As Full Back for Hawl ; Hitting jTactics^ JUN'IOR COLUECE ALL-STARS I JIKST- fi:.\.\i • \'i*|iH. rilt'MiiliM i .v*. U-tl flnl. I . llMiM -.«k. I'i'i-iiiii., I.ill; i.ii-ld.-. ' Siilm- I'ila li-fi • i.yi.iiil. J I-'fiiiti<-riiKtll. Iriid!)!.. >|iil<r. Kfiitt. ICI Uiii'iulii. ilitlil! (;iiiii>t, M ,I «-)'V.. Irtlll, IIKIII IlKlllt. <>Si-}U. Iijil.-p. iJ«lil > 111), (^tUifti.' r;ii'^(<u>'. Mti 'il li*! I'iii'lt.' itrooUx,' liiili-i'.. I< M hnir. <l.i>; l',ir>''iii». iiuhi ii.iir, llulliiifl, Inl.i. nillluiK. ' I si:i'ii,\ii fi^vM liarlii-i-. Irilii. Iifi ••luj.. • III. •'. l-''ill S...t;, 1,11 Itli', I".-!!! > . Till Kiiji-. Ii fl ^ij.ii.l. ' 1 . I '.il ^.111-'. t I'lil* t i ' !• I..-WIM. Arl.-. ••ll>. ilulii; Kiiiiiil. lUiinilii. liiiU|>.. iliflii t II kl<. - *'itiiil. r .tr^iiits HI. I 'iKlil fiHi. Sli<'iM«. Kl Di 'iiiilii, liii.iiiii. Hiiii;-!, I .ilii.. 1. rr liidf I I 111!;. MM. <'lly. IIKIII li::lr. U Kl. Sunt. IIIMII-.MK. ] iiosoniM'.i.i: .Mi;.N rii>.\ i;iiiis-iviiii <«-4v. r .iivm ^; rvim-. Ii»la;Hlj^lr. Arlc .iiiHiiv I 'iiy; 'rijitiin. .Xrkuii.sii.s ipiiv, T:<.-kI.'.4—3 ;..lliMill. i.ilii; ll;ilih. P .ilSdii-/ lilvil. i;i lv.i^..l.i. . •- i i>u:ir<l.< H<iliii');. IVuMiiiy; T:i.v- Imt. InU: \i'l'k. I'iii-<iiris. (.ViiUrs-rliiii'ik .-i. (iil;i; I.iinls'y,. <'i>fri-yviii.-.: ii)wart *'rlKi '-ks - HI fiv. IT. Arkaiis.is (T(v; Ciinii.. Cinr.--. ' illf. llMlfliiWfe - Hill <li. Kl iM .niil.i: Hull. J"iir.-i>i)^; iStmili. Ifl;i. i "ii .iii- .1. iViff-vliill.'; I..-. I.1 :1. IMtii. l-.l D.inHl...: l'Ninij:it'k^- 1 'nih.i'. I 'lt 'lt -jM-iMt 'iii'i-; .n .ik.. I..hi; .\l,<:ii'.iiU'. .•!.-<; . J ''i -^t. .\rk;ijis ;iN t'liy. I BY MYLES PEMBER Sports Edf'tor, Parsons Rept<blican i'ai-.ons, Nov. 2.S.—Full many a sun huH Hot (lu u Kansas juiiiur col- JegO^ vonfuili'iicf sri'liion .ilii.-i sea- Hou aftiT IjavinK hlionc uii betJer i'ootball 11 :an <'ycr uefon- with :it h-ast .si.\ wi 'II hiilanii 'il iiulfit.s and .a sevi /nth tjliat illiUi'! know how in (luil di')ii.s thi' pvi'loruiing. Xaniinss^lic. Kan.oa.-< junior «;ol- -.lege all -!slal *i_tvains i.s :t more (lil'l'i- cull task ih^n cvrr. hwau .sc -thv teams w »Tu ^Wfll lialanced. Prin- i-ipally. howi-ver. bi -fansi- of its great offensive and its comeback jwwer, tlife 'Cardinals of the Parson.'! junior coUese get more names OH the teams thai: Jilo any otlier teapis. ' Knctlier tfiau tiial, it seems a erime io -thi>^ writer to kefj) ]h'.' ri4.nie of I(ali>^i Cuad off that first . . ^ea!n. This slerliUK Utile left haJf- ^'iiai 'k for I'arsons.is a whiz. |»ut P Nomeliiiw ih.ll (-(.Kiehes. in itanun;; ! thi'ir Hele: ti.ius. I AMERICAN LEGIpN HAS STIFF ^ TONIGHT AT HALL FOR PUBLIC With just- a few short Ijours be- for»* 8: in I o'clock tonight i and the npenln« Ijput of the- Ameijkan l^- gion 'M fir^t bis ffjiht card of .Ilie seKbon ali .Memorial hall, tickets arc selling rai/iitly and indlcutlons (lolnt to hlg house. | )odward of Kanisas C]Uy I'aul \Vi winner of hue reel the Ptymiilc touriiam< promisiug Kansas City llght-heayy- wcighi. Prank McCtowati. it)ana- ger of the (ighter». arrived ini lola today. ' Heal entertainment oeenu promised In the main event tonlgbt.JTK-o heavyweights, l)oth ' sluggers,; will meet for ten roundn. Kredt Reese of Fort Scott, 1S5 pniiudH, (looked Intly, worked out yeHtjBr^ day Hi .Meinorlul hull uiidj h«« ItxikM good and pli^iiiy faiif, 'Indlciitiiig lliul (ieorge Sherwood will liilve his liuiidN'riill in their elglii-roii iiiml-windiip loiilglii. WoodWiLid and .lim Kutiuviiii, who inef-l; Kerd Keese <il Ko'fl .^(•'lU In llitvinaiii event, came doWii nt'plenty touKli In Ills workou iii^lid yJ -Klerdny ully'liu with Wil)-on WiiKner. .Slomurlttl iiull Sunday. IteeMt) IOOWN . mH(hly fnitt for a big man andiM of the "bull dog" type ready to tr.ke a few in order Id give'out some ofMio piiiilMli- ineiit ho helievert he In caiwbto of handliijc out.. (Ill Mio ollior hand, Kivmvnn IN of llie dene Tiiniie^ iyp\', n -li^ll llgliier who IK fnut on hin fcctiund a scientific boxer. In addition b« is said to p ^ck dynaralt» in both flsts. . Luther Ashford of Fort Scott: rolled into town thlH afternoon^ telling the. world that he is going lb stop "Ki<i"'Ma]ey in, their six- rouud 'battle. '• .Maley listened to reporU of Aah- ford'H remark)), and unilled ; his UHU:LI smlli), u^th n wink' to UIH frieicdit. .Maley'Itn 't talking ranch, but his , tiiiiiles mean a; Mpleiidid evening 's eitiertuliinieni In thai <*ne iioui. Au (ur llt>k» Work of Humboldt and Kngenc .Milter of lolu, ihcy mix for four roiindK and both havq extirejiiifd l ^ieioplnlon that the other wilt lake punSshment. At center ville slinie.-? v the «oai'hes. player is big mainstay in GALLFOREND whole, for iliis v wlielher partiaLf or liter tailed inlall bill one I'ase to n-ineniber Itiin. He. tlier-lori', i-j, i aptaln ot ilii' Hec- ond ii-am ' • All liiif OiM' tl<'i|»*-d Chtnt-t'. - I':viTV iii;i. 1» III Mil- < iiiifi-relire < Xrepi ,\|l Kalili-r ol fotteyvll|..' <'iilttl 'lliitti -i| i <ini 'i'liiilix Ir llle all- fliir ,teiiiii, (loiidf Knliler'ii leuili was a |»ior OIK;, nil. ilKhi, liill I:. w.'iM.;! liiiMili iif JtuhtiiH. .IIIHI (IS X'oac.li Sl"ve llrfiutiiiw 'it I'arsoii-i deviiti 'il Ills iline. III liii'l |ially. to tli" eollene eleven io try for an unbeaten, retried." ('(/;i;'h Kiihl* r of I'ol- i:iue I alumni I one liii>t(incn. KHVC ili- lomplijle )jel(etions. iiiit ihis writer is'willing to lake the "bhuik-"; for tho' final "JuggliuK." Ttiflreiij,no better end int'nnfcr- iiet> bisttiry ^jlian Ualph .Vohs. and no pfayer was more vulnuble to hia team than lliis peerloss Cardinal leader. Tlieiefore. he is captain of. he all-.xtars. Who Kijiiiiis ;layii Seldom lias the conlerenee seen su«;h a.ba«field .star as C/iflonI Clav. Never has it seen a better (luarterback : than Merle ".Mutl' Calleu. who while direitiu.g the s^ieatest • offensive in coiiference history, has always shared his own team's scoring honors w.ith Vohs. Clay. Hull and Coad. And if you have a better tackle on your team than brville llaiiiock. • yon jus>. didn't plav him this season, that's all ; Brooks ot Independence is one of iiie nest ball' niggers in the state. He's not so sanart as Gallua, auil easily K'.'is a luilfback post. Odor, lola, one of the most watch-1 fill guaids the conference yet hiisl^ilams seen". ;;ets a «uard berth. Feath- Ifaylor erhgill is :i mighty center, wbct only j (),ior shades Kean of Kl Dorado and ; prooks Kever of Parson.-:, troacli Coriiwell. j Hound (H. S;> of Kl Dorado believes Kean ln'ti | Dolliso('i h'-st lineman ami he Kefs the other ! ^Voolery' ^riard position. Kevet goes to the i second" team. Watch him and' Featlierngill wiise anotlier duet ne.\t season! i Wow!" WIml 11 I'lniiger. Hul.'bard of lola is the greatest line plunger Ihis writer bus yet seen ill the Junior college loop. His oilier vahiek are not wi KT^^t. but what a power he is when two or Ihrt'f yards iilmply. nin.st lie gulueil. That leaves .Massey of lolu. He is Just a shade hehliii: Hancock ar tinkle. Me'd hud to he to huve been laiiluili of the lillifi nil-state eleven. O'.S'i-ill is one of tllOHf ends lite (oiiflies pray for. Tal." rangy, .'iiid is u'HtitendUl ib 'feiiMlVf man. Ki -I- |ey. i'tii '>iuiiH guard, ^ji<l llainlln, IndepeiiilenC" tuclde, IIIIKIII make iitiyhody'H fli>l leaiir NVocnn of Foil Si'otl is a Kreiil jower. Watch lilni'in-Nl se,-iHoii. The liUerx are viiliiuhle and per- bii |iH some valuable men are no' nanieil. It's liei>n a heclti'. a wonderful seasjon. _.\nd if yon ilon't til) re an Junior College S^uadWins\from AfufmiinBd^tl^'SaPurdayUere Tl-.e fighters will go in the rln^; tonight w th the knowledge that they will have to fight. If they don't tiie right hand of Kdwurd W. Cochrane, sports editor ot the Kansas C^ty JournaI:Pos.t Js more than. likely to bpell iinis ,(0 iheir bo.xiug eareprs In tho stale of KiiiiV sas. .. , ~ Cochrane know-, his •.•.Ulhonly nnd lie Is ready io use It' to seii lliul. the fans gtt iliili- (iioniy's! Worth wlii.li lliey ai:riid lioiit'> in I whUli he offlrluieti. I { 'HealM will lie reserved .VUr- 1 fhuut's Jewelry store liiilll « <>:iIocU 'tonight. Alter thai llck-l elH will iMi sold at the Mi.kel of- flii- al .Memorial hall, 'I'lie doors i will open fjir ilW' righ! nt 7 o'clock. FIVE lOCAL MEN; i enaeh in t'R j Jieart laihir<{ McClay, Nelson, Funk and Breckenridge Placed " rtcbei isoii; of Coffey- irU unanimous v"ote of Tt^e Golden Tornado aggressive and was a Coffey'vlKe's drive to- the league clioiapiiinsiUp this year.' He passes w -11 and accurately and there's very few players in the league who -an boast of crashing' leuter section of Cof- fcyvilles !in« this yeat- for yardage gain. Ba^kdelil Good. Tliat leavejs the backfleld.- 'Any With Mention son ~T- 1 - i ' !inow tlu-ir lOLA tACKLE IS GOOT}]'^;!^'^.^ Moore of Cof/eyvilie Ip 'Iie "iirneiiil'' F)IOHilioll |l||l| , Muiil.iiian, K ,Mius and K Placed at Other Tackle •A< .Seen IJy.. lolii IBIS never frn«n bojiJiur th«: |iu!r(inujte It d<i^i^.f^s,l To- niuht the Auer^rnii Lej ^mt. i» Liierinir 2S i-otmds V )i,T »;ai en- terfeiSliment^ 'I'be Le^cW iii^r- its jour support bwtli Isecstnse of nhat the onnuiizatjii)!) s-fands par and l:ecau>;e 01 tJiu liood ligiit curds it Ls i,t:<^i.ui(v u[i. Krie lias ilropiied ( r. the Se- Ikan li.i.-"ket'jali le;'.t{uf;. .1 ., i;rilii>i: 'D L- league 'wunlfi have ' ^''-"^""c-. nuius r'<eivtj today, aiid. if he'd' "wake wpfFi:rl Scott wiU enstv .t loan, ro-. ^erfiing and tii.d that j jr. r,,,, „|,in:i:,- Kamu .i &;::r"h ^'^fr:;:^^ schedu,..,..,"Fr....t.^. .UU- . Kve'ry .>ne of the four'Jte ..i'g,' 4n »JVJ»«'I'!L ^ As. a ii:-viijni"),i, y tho: viful., ; Kgre-sFlve lads who ItwgUler teain w;:. lucr-il.e Cliy ball, liigfc'iug. I 'a3 .iiitji I seoond.s. Thi . ;i :•. .i-. . ;iol,ls o l;erf«-tion. tlj^a -f, U^^, . ; t„. •iv-I .1 liirne majority, , ,. ,,,,", • a ;i !i Uu. It W"usa lit-i"^^•"•''•- '''.'^'' " .-•uach- !n .is.erlali.'iuK wha '•'• I-'- ' • . ..m;^>-•''• V.'iiilil Work lifst- ill. ji( .s'l'dH, .Smith. I'ar- Ciiiii".- Collvyville, Playing in a post-.seas'on football game the-team that rejh re.sented lola Junior G(rfleg^ won over the, suppoised college aliimni team by the naripw margin of a safety or 2 points on the local field Saturday afternoon. The game was one of the hardest fought and best cofltested games of the season. The game was supposed to have*been between the local junior college football team ' and a team composed of ' the alumni of the .school. However both teams lacked sufficient men for such teams and had to substitute otber players. The college drew from the high school and the alumni froiii college men and former i high school men. The summary: Score by periods I 2 Ke «l8 I college I 0 0 W. Troinbold Burger (cl Wintershield LE LT LC C RC. KT kK (I UH LLJ PB The summary: 2 :j 4 II 2 0—2 II 0 0 -0 BLl'E .M. Crook Thrasher Miller Mc.Miirray Myler Morris H. (!rook TronilMld Menaie Dickinson(i. TromboUI Safely—Redft. U. pleted 12,' completed 4 for 38 yards: Blues attempt2d 7, Incom- pletfid 5. Passes I intercepted: by Reds. 2. First downs—Reds :!. Scrimmage gains—Reds 32 yards: Blues 17. Yards lost in scrimmage—Rods X;i: Blues 7. Punts —Reds 5 for 170 yards, average 34 yards:. Blues 5 for 194 yards, aver­ age.of yards. I\icko{f.^Reds 2 for S.T yards. Return on' kickoffs —Blues 40 yard.s'. Return on punts —Hjeds' 4 yards: Blues 25 yards. Penalties—Reds H for 3ft yards; Blues fi for .10 yanls. Firmbles— Recs 2: allies 2. Fumbles, re­ covered-Ueds 2; Blues 2. Kick after safety-Blues 30 yarrts. Return 'on/safety kick—Reds 3 yards. Totkl"^aln» exclu.sive of kicks— Rei(s Hn> yards; Blues '110 yards. Substitutions: Reds — Brccken- riil^o for Woolery: TIppin for Roiind; .Milltjr for Odor: Woolery for; Breckenridge: Brecke'ijridgc forlMiper.; Blues: Mann for Mill,- er;; Drake, for Myler; Myler for Morris: Morris for Myler: Miller' Junior College Men Are Honored in Naming Of Best Men Parsons. Kas.. Xov. 2S. (APl An all-blar Kansas j'lnior collese ^ conference football team, selected 1 by the coach-rs for tli'e Parsons; Sun. f diows:; Vohi. Parsons l.",ip!aiii 1, .-11111 Barber, loia. ends: HaiKo:k. Parsons. R. K( ar.d .Massey. lola, tac'sfles: |lly. Pa'sons, and Odor, lofa. Pas.ses—Reds artempted 10. liicom-' for: Mann;; Coleman for H. Crook. ALL-STAR TEAM FOR^TNAMED BY 56 WRITERS Dartmouth and Yale arc Awarded Two Men On First leyvilli- was lorctil io do tlir same j like this, sc.-Hon. tli< re are the for his Iiiph t Jeviijv; The eoai he.-;.' naihes for you.to pick for yourself. ough Year in Football rPHIS has been a tough year In football for :Some of ourlead- - ing coaches as well as some Of i>i»jf very best tejams of ia .st sea. soil. ' touted as I champions for 1927. ' Dr."John wiilce ot Ohio State has been the target for much criticism by the alumni. Gil Dobie of Cornell has felt the stln^ of' the clirnnic kickers. Tuss MrLaugh ,ry, •who tutored ; Brown's "lA iron men" of last year, going through " the season undefeated, has six ij successive tj -immings- to explain. At'various times during the p.ist five ^ycars ibere have been rumblings at Ohio iijate against the Wike .regimw But the good : doctor has alyvays eiherged on -the top of the hesii. moi?e secure than ever. . « . I have it bat lie^ has tired of . the criticism that is directed at him when State sliitnps and has .already rcslKned, .sijnie to be announced: at the roncltiaion ot the football ."ica.son. ; • » • •• Thrre iji no qurnlihn f'Ut that Dr. "Wilcc kiiriHii his fiiitlhnU. Uhin Blatd.^aluMiii scvm'lo lulirrf hin grratesi Imill is .imtiiUln lit yi-l • cl'isc' to hi% men. Cr«at Teams That Failed G KTTI.VC baik lo thi- sliong -traniK of lat .l seuitoli, doped In be onixlun.dini.' this >'ear. we llnd these intureKtliig facts. • Alubamiii, three time ciinmploiis , of the sonih, hiive been defeated i urusiir m by Fiorldii and fleorglo Terli und) The C / held to a srorelesH HP by LouisI- 1 fcnso of 1 [ ftna S*alcl """ Coach bicTc Hanley of Xorih- wcAtern, who made A ^^rcat start bywinning his first Western Con- ferance g&me. against the -then supposedly invincible Ohio. State 'eleven, has ^een in trouble ever A serl^:Of unfortunate and se- rloua injuries, over which the ' havoc , friUi^ Ui« / Nortbwci^fnt schedule since the Buckeye'vle-^ tbry. Klrst'there was the tough- break in losing to Illinois by one-point margin, followed by re'f verses at the hands of Missouri^ Purdae and Indiana. So great a team as Stanfor4 has black spot^ on its record \rL defeats by St. Mary's and Santa Clara, small colleges, compara-;- lively unknown outside of Calir' fornia. '* » * . Coach Jtill JUi}A'r nf Princeton ira.« rii7?if ir/« » he sa\il the foricard pasx hait made ntatii/ .ymaller col: Irgct.looin hiij'us Jar as football is conccrnc't. • * 0 In Defense of Coaches TTOWKVKR, when three big in- fsfilutions .such as Brown, Ohipi State and Cwnell. do-a comJ plefe flop, it is only natural the critical, often referred to as tho cljronic kicker.s, should inquire .S'ew York, .Vov. 27. (AIM The fleet eleven of Darthmoufh and the jVsile IlKlldOKH fh.it ruined Dari- jniouitis chnmiiionsiiip ' 'Jiope each, ifiirnislied two men fcii; the .Ml- Kastern- team tor 1927. complied by lie As.soeiated .Press today from jlhe cojiensus of 51! critics, sport writers, ami otjficiais throughput the sector. i First team: Cole. ! Dartmouth, end: Sprapue. Army, tackle: Webster, Yale, guard: Crigsby. (ieorge- town. center: Duniont. ColgaJ suard: Hake^ Pennsylviani*. Scott. Yale, end: Connor.-NJ ' (i. I).: Welch, Pittsburgh, '^tt: .'klarsters Dartmonlh. h. b.: Amos. Wash. & Jeflf., f. b. Socontl leani: .Moeser. Princeton, enil: Ke -n. Pittsburgh, tackle: Cervini, Holy Cross, guard ;'Charlesworth. Yale, center: Woerner. .Navy, guard: Fitzgerald. Tufts, tackle: Dclpb. Penn State.; end: .Macphail. Dartmouth, q. b.:: Wittmer. Printfetpn. h. b.: Paul Scull. Penn.sylvania. b. b.: .Miles. Princeton, f. b. Honi ^rahlp .Hentlon Ends—Tintm.' Colgate: I^esko, ! Penn State; I Donchcss Pitfsjmrgb: Sloane, .Vavjj: Born and Hnrbold, Army: Fishfick. Yale: Polwell. Sciili. Pennsylvania: I .osai -^'yw York Vniveriity: Fnrey, Coliimbia; Sweet. Carntgie Tech. 1 Tackje.s—fferry. . Army; - Pratf, Harvard: Douds. Wa.shington & .leffcrson: Mooney, Georgetown: Quarrler. Vale: I^assman. New U.SL C. SIGNS TO PLAYNOTREDAME TWO MORE YEARS Contract Calls for Game In West and Another In This Section giiardh; • Featlierngill. lii.Iepend- encc ' center; Call-a, Parsons.' qu.nrlerback;. Biirpi, lola. anil | Clav. Parsons, halfliacks: Hubbard. I lola. fuH'jcck. , , The Parsons team wa6 undefeat-i ed aiid untied lUirin.i; tlie season. I lola ajjd Indi Jieiiili'lit-f lied lor sec-i ond p.ace. ' j Gtti SEVEN ALL STAR TEAMS riusT •i'i^\.\i r .i'llli'1- h"il }i<<.li I'M ml U . I '.ll III, !• I' l.iil.li-.-. ,l.iiU»iiii. I'"l K'"tl. I'll ..vi'l. I .'i .ii,.! I "III. c.r;. 1 > (II. 1. HI-. **,llll. ')..llMlli-. Iiuhl '^M.lld. iiiimiil. 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I'ltl-'t'Hi-^. .(Ill . .1 "..if'-.i.- vill»-. - i:t:;iiils •- Siltnii 'f.. r.i'l-f.". .li".)'-'-; llrii-kfiiriilK.'. Iiil.'> \\iil>'iii. I'.i;- stiz'ts; Y'lri; MK-SIHII'^; i'ii.'i.i::,!;- I.lim. <'ll:ll>uti-. I'.ii'.i,— .S iiith. I*ili -^!i .;i;:: [:.i>;. , Iruti 'iiiT.aiTiii-.': J..ni'.-;. I ';i:.-^i'ii'-. ilain.ir'ks- N. 1-. 1;. 1..1.'. I 'arlr.iii, l'itt..;liiiiT.-: J:.-.^.'y. I ';i!<..i ;-i; tJ.ivi.-. <'iifri •. \ ill •. Tysmi. Ch^iiiil, U'lmrici'.iii'ks - .). Ci-ii-. >'••<(••- \illi'; ll:lrkll.•<^• i-iii....s; \v.:.. Iii.l *':ii -it<I.'Jji'"-: Kiin -i >v.'. l-.jr S--::. " Kiilll'it.k.s — KM .;;, i.li: W.: r- J'iltsl.mi'. hilay t illliacji oil llulr rei*|»«clivo I ! •••.iii>:, K;iri"e'j| Is a iialliiaek on ';iliilMr«'s eJeVi'M, I III jii.'iitan I ilUir t<'i !>!|rl; .•..••>ii.|,:f i iwz ( 'iiiuh ii'.l Wlit '.i' I Ilelil. He jcnieti .iK-rH Willi (ilaii'd III ihij iissli'iinieiit l.erauHe he ilili' to ijo witli ikperai' A'aMe:i l.lltteirs Hel |iit:;:. vlu'U it's lU- ilii- • Ivliov. s: V, lull I'l till' ii:4lit -•i?iii-il III bi •>i!iiiii. Thatl ti' iii> til plays ooil • I I}, lit 'Oil.' The niuuini, ' aiiiljeapjied by lack III,peartlee, lieid itw .tun- liir ci(li*gi' lu n *'iu'elj. .Sutnr. tiny iivivriiuiiii, . \iiiu,. sVtHi'i lo ihiikiiU* ilinl "tlu- Ikiys" of tiirTair >f:if'. iiro a< ••iOuiliny Ihuti- this jeiir. ' llaHki'll'.iil i<: I'igli u-iuul illi:l here look > 1 " FiMTf II wjuj :ui- 1 • iit'iib'.r left halt ix>- Icaves Smith and :Cain; to plit «:t;. .-Jniith Rot • th^-ee , v.'e.-i as )!:ijlhj.:^ :;iiii two -»s full '\ 'whi'o f.'anis jgot two tor each ie'j .T" ; Voles said Sniith Koe's to. half and \ ('a.ii.s /tii full so iSial's whtve they : •vi -ic pla<ed.! are -i;a. ; iiiimbt. I'lV .:!:. I'oila;. 1.11 lii '1 -jiOi U I'y:"' i Io !.;i;" till- tiiliiy:- i-i)il'.';;e i -Niur ifi,-, linen-' •I tiiiiu v.i"",i- i'..'Ke 1" !ii ".i^Pi .i, i .• ; • •'.ly priuiii. ,:-.i-i"';i ' • All .second ;i Ilia vol;. i"i • .'iilii-ns. Ho; •eludes th j votes lor till. .enous;li. team idayers received r their respective i)o- |i"r;i'"oIe mention in- j layers who received ' sf ccud team buk not Vi!..i.- >i;:;i(! lola h?i:h >cUii%'l ci >::vii-. i« a b ;:-.ketl»:il| adilk -l. ' lie h:i.> ]L.'ayed the ca '.:e -p.-.rl nii 'Te thixit. unr. otb- rr. and ior ihM re;;'sin he lijies 11 iiiorp. .\Ii III «LirU- sec!;!- f<i iiidiVuip tiiaf" tie nill liiiii "ul a iir>t^'lass court a^sre- gatinn. PAGE DUNDEE Chicago, ,\ov. 2«, (API—Another thrilling' Intersectlonai football game ^between the I.Tnlversity of Southern California and .Vntrc Dunie .'was promised today to the injfuo middle western fans who wafcbe«l .Votre Dame beat the i Trojans of the West 7 to « Saturday at Soldier-Fif-ld. The teams have signed anoth^ two year home-and-home, agreement, the U)28 game to be plaxed at I.os .Angeles and the 1929 tussle somewhere in this regloii. perhaps at South Bend it Notre Dame's pni- ncw^g^djui^^ complete by ,.. : BY GAL WOOD, , Pittsburg :Sun-He .idliant Sports Editor! J'ittsburg. .N 'ov. US. -Thrc -e Iiifeh; k school foil. 11 .11 si:irs lri .:n Colfuy-' vil.'e, three Utuu Fort .'>',-ot(, two - trom PiiFSons ami oi :e eaili- from , Pittsbiirgl Cliaiiiite and loia cum-. }i<>Se the; l 'j:i7 IJi.^ S-ven league mytiiicil iall -Mar teaiu selecttd by the Headlight * Sun .-,;o ;ts '(litoi- auiriiaseif' upon a >iolI .if tlu- seven] fi:aches 'iii lliii circuit. There iirob ;.iiy m-vcr h::^ been 1 an all-st'ar selection ma le wilii lessji I ilifliciiity. .\fler chi'iiiing over I opinions tit coaches it W;IH a relief I |lo .find that in this lia>.-iie, nt least.' b aliiletic tieads bav. ii-ai ^ieii a . M>! : || of miiliial asrii-nieiil ii i)l;iyLi;s. ! ' I Tlif I 'Mire liai i:i iilsi ol ihe lir.^f ' u '.eleven vtilii ;;!ly ii llie •^imiiiiiuiln • B vote of «o :i <li".--. I{i,'ji -rl :iiiii. Ci.f- feyvllle's ili 'iM !:i|.':lile iiiiicr. I'':-j ij' leivi-d yl>i ol IJH- iix voli.i rani anil I I all other fli^i -iirliig iiii iiilirni :i- !i'i-ivi'ii a iiialoilly In tlii- pnllinr.. I Tliree I'nr i;niN, j K.i;' the eijil ;iH,'.|«niiii iili< lliej 'e ; wi-n- Itiiie wlio i "(i 'ivid weigMy I considiiralloii. Siii:iy. I'arvoiis, with e iinaii I .Si-iill. j iHMir.iii' ; .'iiiiiy - A DDK I smashinff, cia.shin},'xJramu iii v.hkh on:: nhan .savy sa valley town by (lriviii!.f au t i .tracto!'into the breach v ;.ii -H!l b;.' a chim.br?iir rlani! ThrillH and a. li.iti jraluu- ill Rifh.-ii'fi Dix's MAN fOWER!" latt'.st-" ;iiitl nii.'ato.st —"HiiH .v U7.7,ii:" two.revfc; of crinvt^v. AiO; l*.'iraino|jnt .Ncw.s .vikowin^ pk-nly of foothalJ. (ornhu .s?;- [Not so easy rsst.^ ilie welter rrowp of .loe Dundee at this time. Clyde Hull's recent vir- 101 y over .lohnny Andrisano. who earned a decision over ntindfse recently. mak,>s him a good bet for u titi<- figli' witli the champion. Hull, a Te.\as ligWcr, is shown here. iiiioiii \i.l<'. ..mil I '.dliil. Fori .Von fir:;! lean: a>'si«nn.el^:^ • of vol.'.,. ;;iiilily ami ;--iz<. ioi 's 1 xi-el 'in .Kiiitiiij;^ in !u ^ li'I.'ii.aleii.' for I '.ir. ur..:. •vhat ;o-; |;;etliei- with tiis work mi iln: I 'ai". j •;ons right wiiij;. i-iia hiiu iln- •.• it.- i '•'J eViTV .S.r.!,-. Illi?( .;e:iii- j The D: •:• •> •> <• * •> lOL.V DAILY AB.STBArT Issued from offS'ce of lola Abstract Company •> •:• •:• •> •:• <• <- •:• 4 •:• ••> •:• •> •: November 2p. 1927. Dr. O. C. Payne and Nellie Payne his wife, to Kliza Fj Hyland.' K. of lot 11 and all of Jot 12. block .'!. Alger's Add. to Huinholdt. JI.OO. it lice, rile lliiiii < i -n .-ile: iitioli. is reali.v of lir-;: team < aM'n; c but be- j.ausc ji.iic"; only iv.ii lll;;<•••^, Fur end on tl-.e fir>^t liii";!;.. !ii' was i ' idac'd oil tile second leiiiii. "j I Fui tackUr-. .Mjiore. Cotfcyville. all'I lii linil. loia. ::rc il 'li -ieii, .Op' ' - i ' ii:osii;K teams tlli |ii a!'l ; .-a-^o.-^ t (i The Intrrn)iti(<:ial Skuliii:^; rni "iK bloi!; i.!ic;!; out ot! phiys Imt -.vitli- •'of Aiparjca, IPriiieif tOK,piaHJ^ ywj,rsio.it m li.i.s gilisfUKi fimaIoui:*pee(5.-lignr.! are .iKg vWatiiiR am', rniier skajtfag .'itt ^flu- nieutiiL' I'nileil Sl.ntes and C-auada. has bow ; to make tbi m p; .i^'.lirii!. .\Iiioi>' ve- becn divided into two nntionul hod- loived i "in:r of the ;si\"voies for on-- ies. one repr-.'sen!ins; tlie fnited latkle ami Round •.;^ol tliroe voles, a States an.i the other Ciinad .i. niajiirllv. lot the iilher. ! --• . ; Tli^re jec !i;< <f t<) in llllie differ- i in the' Y.ire-I'riujeron - footiiall : <'n. i- !iitwr'.ii .lacJiMiu. Cor! S .-oti .j games, extending over a iieriiMl •»f aiitl Ciiiii. Clianiitj:. miarils. ^ii lb.-! more than'fifty years, the Tiger.; ini.id.s of (onlie'^ J-:iirIi of never have siicce'edPil in ilefeatins idayeis recoiveil iliree vo!'>s a:id m.-i j 1 the Bulldogs in three successive; the. iirst team ji -'/.s. .'ji k.-oii ^v;.-ii' games. ia bi? log in ihc i-'.;rt 3;ii!t 'iili .ii .-i-; ors conquer Jiiiyhawkers and olhirs, \VKI>v »;sj|.vv AMJ TimisiiAv On tho SUifxe —Miki's .Minstrels in "LufTm Sam From .Akibam" :!iiiis:fsf. I.iiiiirliinrest. niiwf .Mn-icai bow )ou tin Hie .Screen-'Hen. I.von in "Dance Mniric" h Micce-s. .Tile two l.i.-^t iails [re<?si,e aiirl Klicw Hit f.iii.::i- c. ll:;> ;,;i:ii' wvH iiioti!;h -Matinee 25 L'-Sac rr I I' .fl -il".'.. . Nigilt TODAY Am FOR FIVE DAYS .\t Jhe :rei-er /t dojs show at th--> Crystal Palace. London, there wens j nearly 70 different breeds, over -111 I judges, int-lnding l-U women. 70} ring stewards and a, mile of ben dies. into the situation. I seriously doubt if the attitude thing. It-not ouy 'P''*'* jjefforson Slmonds. Harvard: Ulake coachbut lie morale of be team ,,,r|„ceton: Burke, .Navy; I unyan,! .-.swell It would hayo been bet- I i University Seeman ler fO; havo awaited the close of ' the sonsoii. It lias Ixieii hinted that frater* nliy liolitlcH hiindli'aped the Ohiii Slate team. The dlllleuliy In tlii» |„,„„. U'„nhlnc(on & .Icfferson. election of II tapialn for ihU.year | Quu?,orbtti:ki(~Wc»U)n, Iloston Army. Miller. Amherst. , , j Centers—.Mnlioney. Penn ; Slate; iiowp. Princeton: Bell, ll.-irvnrd: | Dunn. .New York I 'nlverHlty: Ash-; beurn,' out; that belief. Tliuf, of coursr, tx' It hliuiition the t^oacli miiNt handle und 'usually lit • drasilr manner. Cornell Dally Sun in da- Conch Doble Mays: ! "Too many lounge lizards wtio grace fraternity portals and tho drawing rooms df gi|ls' . dormi'- tories is Cornell's chitf trouble rather than lack ot proper co«Lch> ing. 1-U Yn Sir! The iea$on go down4n the /Mf»«U| a tough one for wiant o/ eoaehea and M |v «i«Ry{ tUpjeawu. {>/ f 9i7 teiP reeertb M Ike leadinff champion- Quur collogt .>:^Uyanl ,.lloly Cross: Uoben. Yule: ^hnbbr,; Pennsylvania: Kan- j dull. Brown: Daruch, I'rlnc«U>n: , lloekelmnn. • Cornell; Schachern, | (iencva; Kills. TufU. Halfbacks-Hagan, Pittsburgh; Caldwell. Yale; Wilson and Cagle. Army: Ropke, Penn State: Nork. fleorgtown. Murphy. Pennsylvania; Boreili, MublcnbcrR: Halicki, Bucknell, Lane, Darthmouth. FuilbackB—Briante. New York University: Clifton, N'avy: Murrell, Army; Decker. "Yale: Plenniken. Genera: Booth. Pittsburgh: Letzel-, ter.' Carnegie: Madden. Columbia: Coltart. Maine: Hann. Dartmouth: Diehl, Bucknell. Give Your Pho^graph This Christinas Jnot tlihik of It -II fr^'nerltM and then riurlHtmH«. Wbf nut HTv/d Ibr holiday ra^h uml airastrr for jrnnr MiilinK nnwt ft >juu tue hn<*} ' In thp duylimf raw In Ihr crrQiiiK. We Hre open until 0 nrlork. I'MFUR.H RK.SILTS KK- (UHi'I'EiJS UK TIIK WEATHKR. Vinnemeier P9y and Night Studio Orer Rrlgham's East Side HOY. 29, SO Pairiting.s. by Rdllie Carter well known American artist, w^o will persionally conduct the sale, Thei^e paintings are all AiodeKately priced and .will make idea! Christmas gifts;. Take advantage of this opportunitv, it is for TWO DAYS ONLY, - - * Gibson^s Studio 110 EAST MADISON * THE BIG 99 St.in'in^-Joh.n Gilbert with Rcnce Adorcv^and Karl IJane MirH<|-le of miracles! The perAict picture buy arm^d. The picitiire that ha.s captured the world-^iinf dj-ajnti only—riither life—splendid, mean, funny, horrible, iig- ly, be»ixti£u}, heroic, r ^ipturou.s. Five miUioa people have m|j^ched-,t9 sp,e if sS\d' it has just-begun. The miracle filna^ oiFlA)ve;and War. i Aesop's Fables an^ Ttljiics of the Day.

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