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ELEVEN TEACHERS COLLEGE BEARS TO MEET MINERS TURKEY DAY THE SPRINGFIELD LEADER. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1925. " INVADING SQUADRON ! HAS EDGE ON BEARS IN BACKFIELD BEEF Officials For Game Not Se - 1 lected Large Attendance Expected. More than 4.000 football fan of iriniflcld and vicinity are expected to turn out for the bargain Thanka - glvlng Day double - header between the Teachers College Bean and the Rnlla Miners and the Springfield fV - ntor High school Bulldog and Jnp - Hn High Miners next Thursday afternoon at the Kings avenue athletlo field. Thursday la "home - coming" day at the ltva' Teachers college and ap - i , ,.1 . 1 Ron former students of the Bear school have Indicated they will etrena rne kmh. The eprlngfleld - Joplln gam ' th Turkev rv DroBTam at nvlnck In the afternoon, with the Bear - Miner game to start promptly at S o'clock. Joplln High's team will be accompanied here by the band and drum corps and also by a large delegation of fans. It the weather Is favorable, it is stated the attendance should reach at least 6.000. This wilt be the first time to history that a double - header has been scheduled here for Thanksgiving Day A third football game also ,1s to be played here next Thursday. Heed Junior High achool. 1928 Junior city champions, will meet the freshman Junior team from Joplln at 10 o'clock in ths morning on the Drury field tn a game that Is expected to attract approximately 1 ooo or mote fans. The local Trachere have been training hard during the pa" we8k In preparation for the Rolla game, while the Miners also have been wasting no time. The two teams will wind up their heavy work on "Tuesday afternoon. Coach S O. McColIum of Rolla said last night that he would bring his entire squad of 38 to 30 men here for the game. The Miners will arrive here at 4 O'clock Wednesday afternoon. Rolla has won four eames and lost three this vear. winning over Mc - Kendree. KIrkavlIla Oateopaths, Bv - ansvtlle. Ind College and n - ury and losing1 to Bt. Louis and Washington Unlverslllea and Arkansas Polwtech The Beers have defeated Southwest tjaptlat Colleire. Cape OlrardeaU Teachers and McKendree to date and Inst to Warrenaburg, Maryvllle. Klrksvllle. and Bt. Louis University The advance dope seems to favor the Miners. Tha Bears lost to Bt Louis U.. 13 to 0, while the Bllllkens beat Rolla by the narrow margin of to 7. . . The Miner line will average clost to 177 pounds, while tne near win - ee around 171 pounds In the said. Rolla will outwetah the lo1 T,'xw considerably. Th vet - era Rolla kMMMd imRN lea fMMinri Utluslals of..UhS. Rr - Minr game )v riot br. win.. . - m only time the tooal Teacnara have aua - ceedaO In defeating Rolla at football araa two years ago when a long pass In the closing minute of play spelled defeat for the Miners. IS to 10 Only one member of Rolls 's team Is playing his first yenron the snuart the other varsity men Imvl" - two or more years' experience with the Miners. The B' - srs will have at least 8 or freshmen lft thetr lineup. A summary of players on (he var. elty squsds of the two schools follows Rnlla Miners. Allebach. r'.uht end. second year. 17S pounds, six fret In height. Nledertnrver, rlht tackle, second year. 103 pounds, clx feet, three inches. Tucker. rlKht guard, second year, 180 pounris. live ivci, n lauu. Young, center, third year, pounds, five fret, nine Inches Ijicv. left guard, first year, pounds, five (ret. nine Inches. tiAiM. tpft ruckle, second vrar 185 178 ins pounds, flvt - .feet, ten and one - half Inches. Bharp. left end, aecond year, 165 pounds, five feet, nine Inches., Berry, quarterback, eaco - d year. 184 pounds, five feet, 11 Inches. Ilfnrd. left hslfback, second year. 165 pounds, five feet, nine Inches. . Thomas, right halfback, four'h year, 100 pounds, flvs feet, seven Inches. Lee. fullback, third year, 18S pounds, five fret. 10 Inches. Lemon, hslfhsck. third year. 170 pounds, live feet, eight Inches. Teachers College Bears. Captain Oliver Davis, tackle, fourth year. 165 pounds, five feet. 11 Inche Fred Wilcox, tackle and baokfteld, third and last year, 181 pounds, six feet, two Inches. Merl B Nell, guard, third year. 17B pounds, five feet. 11 tnchee. Earl Keal. guard, third year, 178 pounds, five feet. 11 Inches. Jeff Wise, tackle, aecond year. 184 pounds, six feet, one Inch. Edward Potter, guard, fourth year, 186 pounds, six feet, two and one half Inches. Forrest Abbott, halfback and end, second year, 188 pounds, five feet, eight Inches. John Btater, halfback: and end. second year, 160 pounds, five feet, eight Inches Pleas ToIUtct, cenmr. second yeai, 183 pounds, six feet, three inche. JohrFTIndell. quarterback. ' first year 1&3 pounds, five feet, seven Inches. Louis Stark, halfback, first year, 198 pounds, five feet, seven Inches. Joe Cherry, halfback first year, 154 pounds, five feet, II lneh.se Waller Freedle. tackle and guard, aecond year 13 pounda. six feet. Duk Hlett. fullback last year. 170 pounds, five feet eight Inches. Frank Tlbbets, tackle, second year, 188 pounds, alv feet Thomas Dodd. halfback, second jvnr. toi puunui, BIA ,u, v.,. - ........ John Morris, quarterback, second i year. 148 pounds, five feet, seven J innnes. w Earl Davis,, end, first year, 188 pounds five feet, eight Inches. John Perry, center, first year, 148 pounds, five feet. 10 Inches. Claude Brooks, end, first year. 180 pounds, six feet, one Inch. Luther Davis, halfback, third year, 140 pounds, five feet, seven Inches , Bob Russell, end, second year, 170 pounds, six fret. Allen Burke, fullback, first year, 188 pounds, five feet. 11 Inches. r V I mr.mA . nAT. A Ma rilll - back. 187 pounds, six feet, one Inch. cimer Mnnxa, nm:nacx. secona rear, 170 pounds, fir feet, 10 inches. . - f4,vA k ja, , i . , , L , Here are Holla's three hnrkfirlo acea who will be seen In action next . , Thursday afternoon when the Miners clash with, the Southwest Missouri Stat Teachers college Bears on the i King avenue gridiron In the annual Turkey Day battlo between th two , school. Reading, left to right, we have Mr. ' Harold "Tl(1:tc" Thoma, right half - Sack: th famous H. L. "Sheriff" Lee, fullback: and M. Y. "Montle" Led - ford, left halfback. Harry Hutd. fiiard. iMt yvtvr, 160 1 pound, tiv feet. 10 Inches. Ellis jMkaoa, cu ara. eroond rear. 162 pounds, five feet, 11 tncbee. Homer Jump, end, second rear, 147 pounds, six fett. Paul Vtmlsk, tukli, frMitimU, 147 peuM4. tvi aB, llsffc.iajn , , Eugene uirm, tHallbacat, i:rt year, ! poundav five feet, IO tuchM.v r CUD LB VICTOKlOtB. LA r'AYKTTk. Ind Nov. 30. Purdue touted offense proved too much for Indiana today and although th Crimson eleven put up a real battle, they were crushed by the Boilermak ers, 34 to 14. Indiana's offense worked well but they were unable to .stop the charging of tbe drtrrmfhed Purdue back Purdue plckrd up a lead early In the first quarter and although In diana packed a constant threat they i fio iie.ii tja,i, mi.jo vu KHiii mit equal footing. NORTIIWKSTKRN WINS. IOWA CITY, la , Nov. 20. Iowa played It last and best game of the season here today, but it wiui not good enough to win. But It did surprise and startle Northwestern" snd let the powerful Wildcats down - with a score ot 18 to 8. The game, played on a field that had been covered with snow was a battle of stars with "Moon" Baker 1 and "Tiny" Lewis upholding the visiting colors and "Cowboy" Nick Kutscn and Rice for Iowa. IT. AI TIIEVTIC. MR3. NEWRTCHE - Are you very sure, doctor, that I have the very latest of Influenza? DOCTOR: (Julte, medame You cough like Hie Countess of Wessex. i Answers. London. . I BIG LEAGUE MANAGERS SURE LEAD TOUGH LIFE JZ . ' ' havJE 40U HAD ftlOM VVOWlE! OMB tlrE TV UEA0fJO THESE PKZXS J A J PUrJCH THA"T CP f BLOU)6 OUER! J V" ONAGERS . 1 0(J THH AJoSE.AMO S Q?) r f ' ' h'rrr - - j tms.. tt ' Mou) he's oor. neco I GoirJfiroM - trtE tEA TUAT fiii ... ' : . T: frbpvA&ttGL TUE Thew CAfOn Fae oue. x cas Jot a foO. J , ' hou) co you Av:itv 7 n?JJK '.; Rolla School of Mines Has Strong Backfield I - aT. ' f J M( ' - V'.Tr Thomas was quarterback for th. Miners last year, but has been shifted j to halfback this year to make room , t th, , U tlon. " This 1 Thomas' last year with Rol - u. He has been with the Miner for;. th past four years and hi record ls: well - known to college tttnu in Mis - 1 sourl. "Sheriff Lee la one of the out - i standing collegiate fullbacks In Mis - ! : sourl and bia tin plunging ability is 'well known to Bear followera. ( I MICHIGSN DEFEATS MIWNFnTA 7 Tfl 6 During the first half th Webfoot - IWIMiCdUIH, I . I U O tn of 0regon met the heavier Ag - MINNEAPOLIS. Nov I - ! Th hecla brown Jug wa glvwo back fcua an ausswlr, .OS Caputs Sunn medinan of Michigan and he ae eeptad It a medaetly be kicked th point atar touchdown that gav Michigan It sixth conaeoutlv victory over Minnesota today, 7 to 6. Ths gayly decorated container return to earth en war Ann Arbor, Mich., for another year after on of the most heart - breaking games be - tween the Wolverines and Oophers In the history of their traditional rivalry. The Oophera had the Wolver ines beaten for three quarter, but In the fourth period a Oopher player fumbled The ball rolled to where rui Bcnnle Oosterbaan picked It up and In a twinkling of an eye, Oosterbaan was off and down the field tike a flash for the touchdown that tied the score. Brnnie Prtertman'e toe wae loo qutck for the rushing line and he added the point that won th game. ORFOON AdOIEt WIN. ConVAI.US. Ore., Nov. 20 (O - P.) Playing on a rain 'soaked field before s record crowd, the Oregon Ag - gle footbal) squad made Pacific Northwest foollmll history her this Afternoon by defeating Oregon, 18 to 0. , The victory marked th first time the Angles had defeated Oregon two years In succession. It was the first home - coming victory the Axeles ever registered over Oregon on Bellefleld.. All scoring was done In tbe final half, the first tallies being reirlstered In the third quarter when Bchulmer - - A - HA WouA : ' Vbauu - mkx? ! - - m , : ... , Ledford. the other balicacx, is jprrd, anJ bard hitler on the .of - , . . H fens, and a cool veteran on the de - fens. Th trio shown abov la ex - oected to cause the Bears plenty of i T,k rw. , . trtle Dtwn two teams. These three galloping ghost ar In splendid condition for the coming game. Le, fullback. Is playing bis third year with Rolla, while this Is Ledford's second year, I Ich's to sent th ball sailing between I ths soal post. thraaunlng to acor aevaral tlnua W1U - ARD HIGH SCHOOL .. WINS DOUBLEHEADER Wlllard hltfh school won a double basketball victory last night when both th boy' and girls' teams won over tn Eagi nign - scnool quintets T oeoisiv scorea. season for rh Wlllard baaksteer and the top - heavy victories over th strong Esgle quintets cam a some what of a surprise Th boys" team won by a 88 to 31 acor and th girls' a to . Ths work of Harry Kimee. Wlllard center, was the fee - ure of th boys - game, while Mildred Braaiey. who lea tne Wlllard quintet ln scoring. .as the outstanding P'aver In the girls' game. Th lineups were aa follows: WIN lard. Walker and Bryant, forwards; Appleby and Knlcht. guards, and Klmea. center. Eagle. R Atwood snd Oorman. forwards; Bandage and Mc Crotkey, guards, and H. Atwood, center. t'NIEROROlD FIRES. LONDON. Underground fires are often found In the neighborhood of coal mines. The other day a seam of smoldering coal eight yards unner - ground waa discovered at Sheffield These fires are hard to nut out One which waa found In a 8cc - tuh mlns smouldered snd burnt for years, . My son. danger Is stuc for prsy - ere snd a Want Ad Is sauce for busl - ness. CCRNHUSKERS WIN . FROM NEW YORK TEAM BY A 15 TO 7 SCORE Easterners Had No Chance Against the Heavy Nebraska Line. LINCOLN. Nebr.. Nov. 30. Nebraska's Cornhuskers defeated New York University here today by a acor of IS to 7. Only one did Chick Mediant 'eastern lads flash brilliantly for the. 17, - 000 half - frozen spr tators. That was In the first quarter when Connor, quarterback, scooped up a Nebraska fumble and raced 88 yards across an open field for a touchdown. It wa not until the third quarter until the New Yorkeis mad a first down down against the hefty Comhusker line. After demonstrating the superiority of western football, th Oornhustsr boarded a train tonight for Seat:! to test their gridiron strength against the University of Washington Thanksgiving day. Today's defeat for New York waa th first suffered this season, and It waa soundly administered. ' Stung by New York's touchdown, Howell and Preanell. Nebraska's backfield mules, started from New York's 37 - yard line after an exchange of punt In the second quarter and virtually tore th Violet forward wall to pieces to allow Howell to score m touchdown In five plays, A prolonged punting, duel In the third quarter wore the cover off th water - sosk - d ball, and after a new pigskin was supplied Co'. - or tucked It under his arm and plunged ten yards on the first play for his team's first and only down and its longest line gain of th day . Another exchange of punts ended when Nebraska downed a punt on New York's 35 - yard line, permitting Stephens to Boot a placement. The snow - covered field became so slippery In the final period that both teams contented themselves with punting until Nebraska recovered a New York fumble on the later' 17 - vard line. Btepnens saw an opening at center and 8'ephecs went to th goal post but both teams were orf side end the ball was called back. Stephens plunged 4 yards and sfter vm York toon a 8 - yard penalty 8te. phens hit center for 9 ysrds and a 'ouchdown A fumble ruined th kick for an extra point The punting duel wa resumed until the game ended. ciELYI WW Now that O corns Moriari) haw nsssiil from Uia 'ranks of umpires tA kka um .etnu ot auxvin. mamm varn OI nts oava aa an aroiuawr awk on a nw angla. Seldooi did piayar bast Mori arty n battle or wit, ana tn reooras all to reveal any lost decisions on ut physical aid. Morlarty Daa a namt or Dealing tn I ,,tcher and catcher to an argument uf eXpinLag bis decision as he gave If be believed tn ball wa too low. i would rule It so, and aa he oalled he pitch ball, he would add "too ow.M f he ruled a oertaln pitch a ball or other reaaona, h would definitely ell why: lns;de. outside, or too high Undoubtedly It aared trouble by eating the catcher to the argument. might add when he offered an catenation of hte ruling It wa done n sn emphatlo manner, th tone be ng must convincing. Funny Incident. I still get a laugh when I think 'f an Incident that happened at the Vmerlcan League park In Boston, a :ew weeks after Moralarty hade made , uts debut aa umpire. ' Everett Bcott, then playing short - top for Boston, figured In ths epl - ode 'hat got a general laugh, In . hlch even Morlarty Joined. Morlarty waa to work tha balls and itrlkes in tbe gam, while I called hem on th bases. There slways Is a certain amount of argument over ground nilee which must be adjusted jy the plate umpire before starting. Thinking to irengihrn his conti - leuce, I permitted Morlarty to handle ihe sltuatlonj - .lmself. Itso happen - Byrne Says Layton Is Real Boxer BY JOnN PEAB.HON. Walter Layton, or "Dugan" aa he Is known to local boxing fans., has a real future ahead of blm In the ring. In the opinion of Dr J. E '"Bone - setter" Bvrn. of this city, who baa been physical director In many ath - . etlc clubs and universities through out the country and who also la glv - credlt as being th man who de veloped Jack Dempsey, former heavyweight champion of the world I At the present time. Layton weighs 80 pounds snd Is in the lunlor Hrht - weight clsss However, Dugan usually trains down until b practically always la In the featherweight clan for all his sc ps. For the apaet two seasons, Dugan has appeared In numerous fights under auspice ot th rnsco Athletic association at Convention hall. Ha baa defeated every man to face Mm and for some reason or other, this ha dissatisfied the local fana. Dugan haa won so many time and so eaaily that local fana want to see him defeated. Layton Is not given all tbe credit h deserve tor hla work in tha nng.lthia elty and points tn Northern Ar - lmsnt. th runner - tip and wlnnar ot What bs know tn th Ting b basllunaaa. W1ftn aerapa war woo toy r. rtrtrta steV.1. t.i tha tam, .. . lpic4 up taj lin II us aloe, bHluwctouutoi Unna. on rm 1 inlnni,.im . a a.i. w and fast and ha a real knockout puncn. If I card to bit. He has, Earl Clark won over Dusan by everything that a champion needs speeo. puncn. nauraac ana Jigne ing spirit. t Friday night. Layton kayoed Jim snarkey or Kansas city in xeot y 80 seconds after the gong started :n ngnt. following the scrap. Dr. Byrne told th writer that If Layton would sign a contract, hs would taks ths local boy and school him and within two years hav him ln tha con tending class. "Layton It ons of th most brilliant young boxers ever developed In this city." Byrne ssM. "If he will sign a contract with me, 1 will tske him to Chicago and start work with In, Mumford. Someone noticed him him at once. Within two years helplsylng around with the cigar and should be ready tor a title go. I con - j remarked: "There's Bill Duran." Since slder Layton as good a boxer. If not I then the monicker "Dugan" haa stuck better, than any one ever developed In with Layton. Springfield, Dupan's got the stuff Layton said last night he is ready to that makes a real fighter and I am meet Johnny Hughes anytime. ed that several unusual points came up on which he was In doubt. Each time he would hurry from the plate to the, Boston bench where I was tinting and ask my opinion. It became funny to all or us it - tine on the bench, sfter George had - epeated the atunt three or four times. On his next trip. Scott; noted for his ready wit, beat h'.m to It by saying: "Llcht somewhere. Oeorge, so w , can start this ball game." ' Anent the Rnbe. At the time Morlarty broke In. i Babe Ruth was rated Hie best south - paw In ths Amerlrnn League It was during tha ssme stay In Boston that Oeorge pulled a classic on the ftnbe. who at that time a as a mem - ber of tbe Red Box. I Oeorge bad called balls and atrlkea for. Babe In a game which he was lucky to win by a score of something IlVe 14 - 11. It waa Just ons of those off dsys tbst pitchers occasionally have and which are Impossible of explanation. a - ' Hninnv ninlnvlle. Th next day aa we came out to' start the ball game, the following conversation passed between th two: "You aure had - a tough day Of It yesterday, Oeorge." "Couldn't hav been any worse than yours. Babe." "Why. the way you were missing them, you had me In the hoi ail afternoon." "I didn't mis any on you, Babe. Any time you got the ball close to the piste omeoue made a baschlt." "Tfou missed 1 on me. Oeorge." "That's a funny one. Fourteen I Why, you cant count that for." When It dawned on Bab that Morlarty was questioning his Intellect, he wanted to start a riot then and tlier. NOTRE DAME WALKS ALL OVER DRAKE TEAM south BEND. Ind . Nov. an. I Notre Dame's onward man Inward a national championship continued un - abared today when th "fighting Irish" swamped Drake under a 31 to 0 aenre which might hav been bigger If Knu'e Rockne had willed that way. The first "Irish" score cams In th second quarter, immediately after Rockne took out his "shock troorj" and inserted Flanagan, O'Boyl. and , i u, di, BLr moa, into in lineup A few passes, a few lln plunges and on of two nd run nt Bd - I ward oyer the fooj Un aui p'Bojrl sure with a little mors experience and schooling, bs would make things tough for ths best boys ln the feather weight or Junior lightweight class.. Ilvrne Knows Boxers. Three remarks, coming from such an authority aa Byrne, carry considerable weight with boxing fan. Byrne knowa the boxing game from ths ground up and la not a man who will overestimate a fighter Due to the tact that local fana have been literally yelling for Lay - ton's "blood." Promoter Otto Llppman has announced that Layton will be matched with Johnny Hughe, well - known fighter of Plchsr, Okla.. for a main event probably on December 8 In Convention hall. Layton tost to Hughe In Convention Hall In 1924 when Dugan left th ring. Local fan hav been demanding a return fight between these two since Dugan started hi winning spree two years ago and undoubtedly th bout should attract capacity crowd. Dugan started fighting tn 171 and I has participated in about M fight tn olsons In favor of Layton. technical knockout In 1B33 at Jonlln. iwnne Benny Cameron, of Richland. i won a decision In 10 round ovr Lay ton In 1838. Blnce that tlms, with the exception of the Hughe scrap here In 1024. Layton has flattened all comers . Layton la only 94 year old. He s'ands five feet and eight Inche bed side snd bss a 81 - lnoh reach. Layton was born In Mumford. Mo. but has resided In Springfield elno hs was six years old. When I.ay:on waa two year old. he happened to find a "Bill Dugan" elec tion clgsr laylnt on the floor one day kicked the goal After this the slippery condition of the field forced both teams to resort to punting and apparently Rockne did not care whether Notre Dame scored. A seven - pont leB(J for Notre Dame geerily . n,ir. ,, " . f,vw BoeKn eonftdeno nough to ovner teuow wy to do tn scoring. rA.KI'fiO 8TII.I. SEEN. NAPLES, Italy. The body of En - rlco Caruso still can be seen at the Caruso chapel. About the casket of the once fiunous singer candle burn, and a flag covors the remains He haa been einhnlmed hv a iwiii process, which It is said, prewrvet his bod, almost a It wa In 111. - . DEPENDABLE HUNTING GARS Several dependable cars for hunting and bad road trips are in our used car department at remarkable prices. See them quick for a good bargain. 1917 Buick Six ........ . $75.00 1920 Maxwell ..... $60.00 Buick little six . . . . . . . . . $75.00 Reo Roadster with truck bed $1 10 Buick Touring with glass enclosures $110 Many miles of real service in each one. WE TRADE Cowden - Buick Co, Phone 562 , ' 307 W. Walnut I FRISCO QUmTCT IS DEFEATED IN GAME BY LOCAL PACKERS Y. M. 0. A Basketball League Played But One Game Last Night. - . Th Bprtngfleld Packing company basketball team defeated the Frisco Specials, 30 to 10, last night ln th only gam played In th T. ML O. A. league. Tha Packers piled up a blfi lead ln the first half and than proceeded to hold their opponent to two point ln th second half. Neat, right forward, waa th high ' point scorer for the winner, connecting for six field goats and on foul toss for a total of 13 point. Byrtl was th high point man for th Frisco team. Burkholta ref sreed th gam. The box scors: rarsooa " to ft t i " Rlckstta. rf 0 0 0 I Metcalf. U 1 0 3 1 ' Byrd. a 0 8 3 ' - Mays, rg I 0 111 Skelton, If 0 0 0 3 Totals ........8 0 10 8 .i PACKERS TO FT T F Nease, rf ..............6 1 11 0 Oehrltt. U ,. 1 8 0 i Solomon, e 1 0 1 1 Hayea, rg I 1 g 0 Oladden, If S 0 4 0 Total .....IS S 39 I " GOLFERS ARE TO AID ' Z TUBERCULOSIS FIGHT A th result of a telegram which Jess W. Bweetser. noted golfer and at present British amateur champion. nas sent to a. w. Tininghsat, prominent golf course architect and veteran golfer, suggesting that a Christmas Seal tournament be organized In order to rivet th attention of about four million golfer on tha fight being mad In this country to wlp toberculosl out of ex la tenor. such a tournament has been sched uled for December 9. 8 and 10 at Abeecon. Atlantic City, according to word received yesterday by th aecr tarv of tha Springfield Country club. This tournament will bring togeth er In a pr - hollrtay contest som ot th most brilliant players in America snd assemble a gallery of unusual distinction. The tourney will b held at th famous Beav1e club. Those on the ooura, whether play era or spectators, will be required to wear Christmas seal badge which, for th three - day event, will cost and for single day. 1. There will be mixed fouraom en th final day and prtrae will b rded the winner of th qnaltflca - at th tournament in Atlantle City, It wa stated yestarday. OHIO RTATC pplTS v ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CHAMPA fOV. Ills.. Nov. 30. On reek sro Meyers Clark missed a drop - met which cost Ohio Bat unlverattv i 17 to 17 tie with Michigan, a tie - hlch mlftht have put Ohio tat into a tie for the Big Ten conference hsmplonshlp. Today Clark made a dropklrk that 'vat the University of Illinois. 7 to 6. But It was Msiireby, Ohio frees tophomore halfback who waa th outstanding star of the day and th - nan who was responsible for the turkeye victory. It was he who md ni r'nto touchdown after a brilliant arade down the field Ohio scored ts touchod - - r In the aecond quarter. 'fter an I the ball d hen went when Clark t fumble. Eby carried the two - yard Una and ' for the touchdown, eked his goal. COACHES MEET THIS WEEK IN KANSAS CITY Coaches of the five schools In th Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic as sociatlon will meet next Friday and Saturday ln Kansas City. Mo., to discuss plans for the coming year Coarn rtnnr w. Briggs of the local Teach - ere collrce will attend the - moetinir. Basketball schedules also will b officially outlined at the meeting. The conches practically agreed on emo irhMuiu v,.i here some time ago. The I9''7 track meet la to be held In Maryvllle - . - ' I' SaU4

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