Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio on September 21, 1941 · 32
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SrOBTS lECTIOS THE DAYTON DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, SmElfEER 21, lM Chaminade Vs. Portsmouth Central Here Sunday City Champions Start Campaign At Stadium; Play Fairvicw Friday By JIM NICHOLS ACTION' in high s h 1 fnithall circles this week will ir-t. under way early a game but. Any afternoon ' the t'niversity of Dayton stadium. The Big Six tare iU start next week end. In VjAD the Eagles started off tlii campaign by defeating Porls Tennessee Off Again On Right Foot KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 20. University of Tennessee upset pr-seasnn dope today and with a sparkling passing attack smashed to a 32 to victory over Furnmn university In a fame which indicated that the Vol may again be on their way toward the Southeastern Conference championship. The unenpertedljr strong pnss-Ing attack in the second half gave the Vol the one aided victory, Itaujan, Carte r Sre Trnno.oe In Konip 1 N 0 X V I L L F Sept. 20. Among the spectators at thia afternoon'! University of Tennessee opener, in which the Vole toniped over Furman, 32 to fl, went Coaches Harry Baujan and Jim Carter, from the the Unl-vemfty of Dayton. The latter , cornea here In three week to play Tennessee, The Dayton coachea flew down Saturday morning. spreading In'o the fourth regular football season their chain of consecutive victories for three year. The name, originally scheduled a a warm-up, drew more than BOOO Furman supporter who had hoard expert advice that the South Carolina eleven loomed an one of the. atronger Southern Conference tea ma thia vear. At the half the acore waa Tennessee 7, Furman (I and it looked like anybody's name but then the Vol"' overhend game started clicking, bringing one touchdown in the third period and three in the fourth. Furman I only touchdown ran.e In the aecond period on . brct off tackle plasi after a poor irK hod .riven the vititor the hall on the Vols' 35-yard lino. Tennessee first scnT.1 in the opening quarter when Johnny Butler took a Furman punt on Tennessee's 40 and carried It to the Furman 84. Bill SchwarUingcr then carried It to the 10, where Butler's second pa.- over the goal New Toumsy Sponsor And Tropliy ? g'10ricp Hours, f OllgllCr y Foes Ahead For Flyers month l!i to 0 and they hope to re pent Sunday afternoon. On Sunday afternoon the City Champion Chaminade. Dagles will begin their 19U season when thry meet Portsmouth Central. Coach Fuzzy Fau at. will throw hi experienced barkfield out behind an inexperienced lien to try to Mart the season off right with a vin. Leading the team wi'I bn All-City Fullback Bib O'Hryan who wili also do sone punting. Don Hungling and Jack Miller will be the halfbacks and either Howard Neff or Jack Fink will play quarterback. On the line the Kagles have their real problem thia season aft every one of last year' forward wall wax graduated. Certain to be at one end it Jack hreiinan while "Truck" Madden will piny a tackle on offense and back up the line on defense. Orn of the guard positions bc'nngs to ted-headed Jim Cochran who saw cpjite a hit of action lst season. First of the Big Six battlea may turn out to be the moat important aa it will bring together two of the atrongeat cluba in the ,-lr..i:li Th ilnfenrlin rlinmnion Faglcs will meet the Fairview I1AYTON haa no more enthusiastic golfer than P. W. (Pete) Klinger, Bulldogs at the Athletic field Fri- j 1 the Miami Valley veteran. Snead, Penna : And Burke In Lead Tic P. W. (PKTE) KLINGFR Seniors' Tourney On At Miami Valley Wednesday day night and the winner of the game will become the favorite to win the title. Both dung will have the rest of the league to recurm with aa they go along but a win in thia game will be a big jump towarJ the crown. Only other Friday game will aee the Stivera open its 1041 campaign by traveling to Stcuhen-ville to tnke on an ancient rival. In daya gone by the Stivers-Stou-benville games were top attraction! in stale football but aince the grid a port ha gone down in j both inatitutiona the contest lost IH wide interest. But the bitter rivalry Mill exia'a and when the two teama meet they utually play one of ttmir bent names of the season. Horace Knglish' ly light team am He haa played more than 1000 courses in many parts of the world; he has run tournaments, has played In 'em and has been in galleries of more events than the average golfer haa hair on hi head. Illness overtook Pete atxmt a Tven And Fairway Pro-Anialcur On Sunday At Field Course year ago. For some time doctors despaired of hits life, but he pulled out of it, and he's up and around, although he wri't allowed to play. His physicians do, however, allow him to use the practice green, and junt about every day you can see Pete hanging a couple of balls around the carpet in front of the Miami Valley club house. CoK is Klinger's lifo blood, yet he has taken the sudden turn of events with courage. I'nable lo play, he still retains bis enthueiHsm and all this eeason has dune what he can to promote the game, especially at hia own club. His latest move In golf Is to BY HAROLD BOIAN VOW that school has started and they have chalked their first A 1 decision up on the success aide, the Lniversity of Dayton Flyera j will return to a normal routine witn Momlay practice, Havine gone through two drills a day from Sept. 1 right up to the day befor the Hillsdale game, the Fljers will practice just once each afternoon now. The schedule itself also returns ' t" normalcy. There are no more I at-tups. The playera won't have to i be convinced by pep talk and j warnings, because they realize that ; (-.tartinif with Detroit Tech and I right on through to the 20th of j November, they have a tough row p,nLAI)KLrIA t. 20. Detroit Tech is the second op- sl,mmin Sam 1 dropped into ! ponent on the U. D. schedule and three-way tie for the lead in the ! will be here next Friday night fori $5000 Hurst Invitational golf jthe only other night game, besides , tournament today when he slipped ' ant Friday 8. on the local card. i, , . . . , ! Then a week after Tech comes Mar- t0 over Par 74' ten trokM shall college, which will be the , 011 h, course-breaking first round. ; Flyers' first real big test, on Satur- j Two holes the third and 13th , day, Oct. 4. 1 were disastroua for the Hot j Detroit Tech figures to be Springs Bomber and hii 138 istronicer, much stronger, than ; aggregate left him only a share Hillsdale, which was beaten, 62 to. of the lead with Billy Burke of 10. However, unless they have come j Cleveland arid Tony Penna of up witn a new layer or sirengin ; uayton, U. since last fall, Davton should be ; Snead, as long has been hia figured to win. About the only : custom, turned from a perfect means of comparison are a few golfer into an erratic one. Where semes of last year's game. The he had an eagle and six birdies Technology students were eaxy vie- to sot a new record for the tims of Toledo, Youngstown and Torresdale-Frank ford Country club Marshall, all acnooia ol uayton a course in the first round, he had ea!iber. . . j only four, birdies today and lost In this next week's practice, the those strokes by going one over Flyers are no doubt going to step a ' par on four other holes. But what little beyond one week' work. Of j really hurt were two over par 6's course, they will concentrate on on the third and 13th. several new plays and further their The hill-billy went out In 06, blocking and tackeling drills for two over par, and came home in Tech, but they are also going to 1 38, also two over. caM an eye one and two weeks j l'r"ig before he had finished, hi nee, when they will be facing the ' Burke put together nines of 3 two real games of their schedule j jjn(l 35 'or second round total of against Marshall and Tennessee, i'1' fur over his card of yester- Coaches Harry Baujan and Jimi"3'; P'na had an even 70 today, Carter were enthusiastic about ; Kamst his first round 68. their charges after lust Fri.layj Terl Johnson of Norristown, Pa., night but they also realized there i who was one stroke off the pace were some flaws. Baujan couldn't! n ..,lrrt round, also slipped to p from bursting into a wide I?, T"r .TT?19 total of 1M- i i j I I f r r .i I ... . . i. ....... i i " e - ' 1 .. , j f . - .- 4 ., ;,- .'..r.i. .... . - ' - . 1 4 - i - ! , !, a , . .'sr .. . 1'.-. I A"! -i t t ' -t , ' " , ht. ,! ' ' , ,i- i mOOMINGTOV, Sept. 20. One of the outstanding sophomora candidates for the Indiana university football team is Howard "Goon" Brown of Dayton (above) ho will play fullback for Bo McMillan's HiioMers. Brown is a graduate of Fairview high school in Dayton where he a football and basketball star. - - 1 u keep from bursting grin when someone mentioned the condition of his plavers. He felt . cur e,,t ub will h fair- AN'THK,l( Wf th'"'" '"r1 I purchase a trophy and put it up wi l but it will be a fast,.. P.r" ,H,,,,,H,U'? 1 ,""(l hy for d-cision at Miami Vallev in a ! ' id a win over the Mubrrs j M-n.' Wessionals . t,mran,Pnt 0M.n , m, i h. K ve. thc team a lot of ; H'H-iat,.m wil be held .Sumlay a ; t st 50 years of age. I'nder ' K Hive, i m. vmiii Patterson Field. J he pros will :',, ,,, ,,. ,,, ..' COMMUNITY COINTKY CI.UB will ntHge its annual two ball .1 mita neeueit com men. e. wj(h cUlh ,nplnllPr!t olliy Two home games are on the ; . . ' . Saturday schedule with hisera Panthers facing Roosevelt in a 4 i.. . ... !. 4.1. !..; f...l.l ! ' , I r,r u" V r : i; , n.i.i foursomes title event Sun-and Wilbur bright renewing Hs : .,r(, , i i mo n m Ti. rivalry with South Bend, Ind.. Cen. s Rr l '-;' 0 ''' "u Tie tral at the diversity of Dayton j r"- " stadium. Both are night contests! .... mn ...t- i k , .. r oi owing are aliirrta result - IMilllt-v II imin, This Big Six game should also i N,l,llimi",f i.i .... .1.. H'n'-ll. I IICip e'vP niMIIB llliw I'll imtt imr for the coming season, The Teddies : 1.:... i . Willi lilt" IIIKKl'.ll " "l in i li in int- lorn. pern. u. . Max lan.n , f , , r,vorit1. , ran 30 yards to the furman mne ! ,e e whi,B ,,e always , and C. e.s carried t over on the Kj .vr wi , , , : next play. i.ers j Wum on rurmang 84, passed to hI i turt, f the evenimr i will be the annual Kiser Booster's1 club parade that will precede the for the extra point vas good. In the third period Butler passed to At Hust who ran over from the SK. Bracketed with him were the vet eran Gene Sarazen and Horlon I cm:u V 1 i .: h n,.r. min-A rpn,lv to thn oaran nan B aeCOna . . . "f! round fi9, Smith 70 any team he has sent onto the. c, ' , " .... , field for an opener in many Sea- 4Z Z K'.S ... . . for the final 3b' holes tomorrow lie challenged any dressing Xwn str..k.. ,)ni.t . room visitor after the game to rame Ky Laffoon. He had a second 1 walk in to any one of the players, round 71. two mr. Kon ami ask him if he wasn't glad he j jng round score. hail hail those two weeks of dili-! Tied with 142a were Wsli.t. r...t. nt work in that hot sun. And dahl. the former National Onpn-i ordinary circumstances, Pete would I ''" 11 ' that the players felt champion, Lawson Little, Clayton I lie in the field and would be one j the benefit and would have an- j Heaffner and Jimmy Demaret. of the favorites, it is a . nwered in the affirmative. Fvery ; Such pre-tourney favorites as Ben! man was proud of himself lor his iiojran, the' year a leading money condition. winner, and Byron Nelson were This week there will be a light ! grouped with three others, includ-workout to rub off the bruises ,two '"urrent titleholders, at 143. Monday, dummy scrimmage Tues-1 ( ra'f Wood, the 1941 National Open king. Vic Ghezzi, the P.G.A. anil a nmht workout in the stadium ' fa-mpum. and Bobby Cruickshank ' iiv, liichmond, a., had the same; 2 Dayton Teams In New Pro Foothall Circuit handicap affair, at only IS holes. Thp tourney date in next Wednesday, the big event to be climaxed by a dinner, at which time prizes will be awarded. According to word from the ke layout, one of the larif- ry lists in the history or , . . ,. , I cu a lairs will he out, not so urn vs. luy sim hmrvr. si ;k; , nun n lorme irnpri.v its in iriouie i).,r Prv..r. m Jmi m.i i.,t,.n.i. j ; ,.(,, K linger for the things he 7k Mm I Hi ) v MS Mi, Hull Mil, a. Nil- , . . , ... , ,. , an. . ii. M. nirrr.n. shmi an.i in ., i has dniie fur Miami valley und golf linri'krr, sll SO liw tiinm Wurrfn ; in general. l.-t 0 77. mill Krll Hrwir 711. li'mi- I Thuisdii 77ie yi'ff.S nar pin cfna.w'ied o iinlil 12 o'rmfc noun eierr day ami fiuoinhet liem in that mine nrefioiio'i rtlitiim. Mulloy for another touchdown. Toward the end of the game Charles Mitchell went off tackle ' nillnn from the Piirman 13 for me lust;" ...' and mane me kkk Wilbur Wriithl dub ill be forced Vol score good. successful debut the ,7 n s in , ii ii it A I Hum, oi(- BiiltlMna t. K li'.rlmisfen C mnnrlly flnvii i'...., n.i no.. Bimnnmi M T .. A I Hunt K Hutlrr 1 H .. Si hwsrlnniifr ... I. II .. ivi n ii... Nnwllns K H .. Tvnnrxiira Kurmnn Tl)ilrMnn" nallln.rla. r. Miiimv, Militirll. PriK-tiir. Pnindi sflfr linn Iirtow n Mllrhll J auhi'allltllli'nf' TrnnfjisreKnila. Mullnv. K. Hint. I.lnyrt; trklf - In. 1I-Inrit, HiilrhiHin; iil.nlii Mrvra, Klnrrr, Cfn!r- til, k, Kinhfi, tim-H - ll.rfnf V. Iluhbrll. Sltfr, Kni. r.rtin, Mlichrit, tKtill, C'iriTIi Klirmnn FmU K""nl, Wiil. H'nlrr; a'klr.-Hn. K.ral. r.iry. Ilmwn; eu.rrtu H Summf rn . rimlum - Ktiarp. r. Ilillmnt; brk llsnwr. W. i Hrubfik. B Unitink, Rntniimm, Ijivrml.r, '. Trulurk. C'oyl. Football Result Wllll.m aiid M.ry M, Apinll. achi.n (I Hoilon rnllrtii 7. SI. Anif'm'i " Mnrrli Hk'vfv 7 W V !. T. MmiMMin s. Mionurl Knuh 11. Tpfinrnnff ,'12. Flimi.n S riiltltlfiinr 14, W.ynrahtiid t Nnrwli'h f. N J'ry Stat Tfi hri tt. s. Cnapi Clu.rfl A 'ni1my US. nhdf Jmmt Ht at n North furi'iin. 4i. I.nwir rttiint . to t .VI lUnmi-r n Virginia 1'i.ty 11 t-.niria 1 Mt SI. Mary S potfrnat- s-ata 0. Vlrsmi. 41. Hamprtn S,!rfv 0. Ct'lor.rl.1 Mini 27. RfBia Ciil. 0. Mirllatiil J". Yunkton 7, Inrllan. IB, IMInnla .lata litrmal S. t'lrmann 41. PrPllfrlun Cil 12 Aiiiatiurl: 12. Mankat" Trachrra rt North Carolina K'ai 14, Riihirnuid T. Tavulaon 0. R'Hhi.a 0. Stair 'IVsi hpra f r:as..alt 3J , Kni'rn Nr Mrxno Cdl'ru. ft. Inimiana sut 2 I,.in,iana Trrh ft fliPBitmh IX'hr'a IS. V ii"' Trarliril U. Ki.inila 2. llanrtniph Ma.-nn n. rinrlnnatl 411. Transylvania II. tt.rahall 2. Omaha . 7-x Tn'h 31. Ahili-t" cii'isMan 0. r;ranrl llapiilii Buiritnii 0. unit KCIIOI AM IC ( Irvrl.lHl Ulatrliil Eaat Tfh 14. South S Adama 40. Crntrar S. Hhodei 0, Akmn Sprinftiu-,H S tup). Ro.-ky Rivrr 7, Akron Klirt S. Holy Nam ii. Car Und llrichta 0. Havenna 13, Akrun Burhtd 0. ti. iii.-lf III. if il tri t.k ilifilll till ."!?!" Mann liuliana team. The South Bend ... Cornwall n,n always have a strtuiR eleven. Turn ' 8'M,'e "p 'ries of eumes Kiirna ' began bark when Wilbur Wright "' "hh 1 wa Steele, the best any local edition has been able to tin was to Ht.riri j hold the lloosieis to a lit! tie in "" H',u!Z 1 when Tuffy Brooks and Co. is riivortt'ii tor the i.ioiis. .ani Andrew's Pilots are filed full of spirit, however, and with l!orge Holland anil Clyde Schaeffer carrying the mail they may turn back the South Bend lad. I Hnrc Ami Ionv Show To Krllrl.l On Oct. 5 ' 1 TNION CITY, Ind.. Sept. :'0.- ! "J A horse and pony show will be held at Barter Park here on Sunday, Oct. 5, under the supervision of the I'nion City Saddle rluh and the Chamber of Commerce. There will be 17 clans events for the horses and ponies to compete in and no entry fee will be charged. Id ilulatl'ina .rr In or-tr Oi Mr. Brrwrr. 'Una waa Ma fuat trip Into tha 70 a ) Miami VaMry- Mali awrriwak avlnnrrat r; f Hiaiar, s s, Kir, I sul.rek, M- tt lluali Wall, jr., Sll SS; I'. Kp!,,. .t . tlmrs Tuo liar. Ill 7ll. H ft. Hionrr. tit - Til . .I.,f iiopla. kll-711. W. A. I'liapmati, S7 7U II k lhman. S4 Til. M Ahlrra. 2 7U S S'immria. Ss 711; A Kiiininarr, 7a 70. W. K Clanirnla, HH7I. W A. Man,.k. S.I 71 ; VV W. It Mil. M K.kliaiilt. HI 71: J. ri.krrl. 711 71: Hull Hall. SO 71. and J. O Yl'iiilina. 7W 71. Thar .III t. hrat hall luurnanirnt Stinilay. Walnut llmva niind h,,iav rulta: Ruha Tnn. l-t: H"l ati.ti. sit 7. lairrr Wi-IKninn. rv 77, Kpii H.lhawav, Kit 7S; It H Srnaat. ml 7S; J h' Hiiniiltnn, 7U 7, T f Naalt. SI Sll; Hack AlilMitt. a;, an. Hurt Mil.a. VI so low at-nrrra; J IV KurliH'k 74 fharlra Si hnl,r 77, J K. lUuiillon 7 and H,,y HalO'ra St. 'llirra will t . daat hall haiulli ap rlnti'iay imln poiaar and l.iKht Th flna a In thr fliili rtiaiitlininatiiii tirnauiiit la a- hi.,ln!.'l f.r Humlay. Hud i.inl(a will tuci-r Ju 'laaiikHiiit In tha 3d hiua tula muiul. tNuuiiiiiniiy Ttur tmlil ha a l.o hall tourtiaiurtit at I p in MuiuIav. MnYim Park Thai. Kill t nvtad four---ii at I P ni. aun.lay. intnn Omintry Cluh Hail aainaiakaa riiilla Cla-a A V H. Kiv 77 S,'. lan Upav.r. 7 su, H V. hpn, kw t-lnaa B J. R For, k:, 7 1 . Cfoiae KHi.kland, R.1 71. t'laaa r f I.. Mrriham, 01 SS. and W. t Hmhanail. WJ 72 I'laaa I.) tlwrna II lui -7n and Vi H It.inrll I in - Thfia .til hi. a hall awprpaiakri Sunday M-uainr Hall a.eipataki.a n-aulta' r II. Hindi. -TI; V K HUIiib. 75 72: f.ilm lianlnrr III Sll 72; W T Pattain-n. S.' 72. and W W. S.lnld S 72 Hl awrapaiakaa ar. a.'hadulrd aaln Sun-dy I'XIl'KllmiN riKt.P-Hall rr".ll.a uiunrra; t'laaa A- tl. H. riiriu-iiua. 77-71 ; rant. T W tlr.ff. SU 74; Ma, r C. s.1 75. 4NM J. A IHmnins. sr. 7S, r O lrr. S.I 7S. I'laaa H - l.iut II. kt Ki-atla, SU ;t. fnl II. I. UlUlauia. 7 SI, I'nl r M Kolihlna ku ll'.l , 'I I II tiai.lnrr. !, and CU. A. W. Unriiu-r, S.1 ktl. I Imagers' Maiiagt'i Makes Up Again 77 mrr : I it iXf i i I i ' IV I a ' -Wlraphoto. pilll.AliKI.PIIH. Sept. 20. Manager lee Durocher of the Brook-- lyn Dodsers, left, and Ted Meier, Philadelphia Associated I'resa sports writer, nitht, rivals in an exchange of punches during an argil-me nt last night, shake hands in front of the Dodgers' dugout be-lateen gamrs of the dniihlt-header with the Phillies today lo demonstrate that neither has any hard feelings over the brief incident. ajrjrregate, Kvery "name" irolfer in the field of 7,'t qualified, but two of them withdrew. l.loyri Manjrrum, who had been in more medal play rounds this year than any other pro, dropped out because of a bad hack. He had a Hi;-hole total of 151. Paul Runyan of White Plains. N. Y., also withdrew after shooting a second round 72. He had a 7! yesterday. Leading the three amateurs into the finals was Marvin (Hud) Ward, the Vnited States champion. He had 147, shooting a second round 74, one off his first round score, a liurh Third Stringer Slums Surprisingly Well C n I, i; M B i: S. Sept. 20. Bob j Hecklinger, sophomore fullback in Ohio States third team, ripped through first and second - string lines in a surprise scrimmage today to challenge ranking candidates for the varsity barkfield position. The Toledo back was the outstanding performer in a 40-minute practice name today. Hecklinger hasn't looked particularly impressive in regular drills. But under game conditions today he repeatedly made substantial gains through first and aecond j lines. He sprinted 28 yards In an off-' tackle run for his team's only j touchdown against the first dipiad. Other players who gave heads-up ) performances in drill were Sam ; Fox, lanky end and target for most j of Hecklinger's passes; Don Mc-' Cafferty and Charley Csuri, second ! string tackles: Halfbacks Les Hor-! vath and Paul Sarringhaus, and Guards Hal Dean and Wib Schneider. 4 I1AYTON will be represented by football league which will get with six clubs entered. The Dakota A. C, champion of the Cem City league lat season, is ! going after bigger game in the! American Professional Football I league, which includes the Davton j Merchants, thp Thomas A. C, and' the Pepsi-Colas of Cincinnati, the Columbus Avnndale A. C, and the j Middlctown Merchants. i Pakotas will he coached by Alex Rado, furrier National league foot- i bailer, who has most of his talent : back from last year, when thi club j went through an undefeated sea-' son. Frajik Tokodi again will! haiulla tile, affair" of the Dayton ! Merchant who promise to be much stronger this year than they were a y.-ar ago. Among the newcomers to the local Merchants' squad are Wid , Worthington, I.arry Knorr, Bill Snyder and Mary, They've been practicing for some time and will stage another workout Sunday at 10 a. m.. at McCook field. George J. Heitzler of Cincinnati i is president of the new American i league; Hen Gnrliknv of Davton, I vice president, and James C. Hogan of Cincinnati, secretiry-treasurer. j LONDON. England has a hairpin shortage and hairdressers are asking women customers to bring their wn pins two teams in a new professional its season under way on Oct. I, Five Morr Dodgers Are Fined ISy Frick RV YORK, Sept. 20. Fiv Brooklyn Dodgers today joined their manager, Leo Durocher, in National League President Ford Frirk's doghouse and were ordered to pBy fines of $2."i each for "violent and profane" language in an altercation with I'mpire George Magerkurlh under the Forbes field grandstand at Pittsburgh Thursday. Frick, who already had fined Durocher $l."0 for his words with Magerkurth after tha umpire had called a balk on Hugh Casey at a critical moment, levied the new fines after a conference with Bill Klem, league iimpire-in-chief, who investigated the incident. Whit Wyatt, Joe Medwick, Dolph Camilli, Herman Franks and Pete Coscarart were ordered to pay the $25 fines within fiva days. Frick and Klem viewed the Dodger-Phillies double-header in Philadelphia today. Mnnr THERE'S M TO UKB Pepal-Cola hat that grand flavor you . . , and more of it! ... 12 big ounce for a nickel ... thrill to Pepai-Cola't keen fast toda. Norieo tha cjifforcaca a a a tha bdtttac f Lavoa. EAT AT 'FOOS' CLARK'S IESTAUXANT 144) BAST THIRD STsrrT """ arret!. MOONUAT I.I NCHrs Chore of MEAT 2 VEGETAILES Tr. a. rnffa., Kmtd tat Bullae 30' Chickta, Steak, Chops or Fish tw 50 HOME STYLE COOKING rarraarn av mas. ciaa fat rknna KKamora avul etn linvvl WKSTBl'RY, N. Y., Sept. 20. ! The West bury team nosed nut Co- , t ie Rathboriie's Pelican Four, II to 10, today in the opening round of the Monty Waterbury Memorial Cup polo tournament at the Meadow brook cluh. Victory came after fS seconds of an extra period when Gerald Dempsey, No. I for West bury, registered the winning goal after receiving a brilliant shot from Stewart Iglehart. No. 8. lglehart tallied four times for ( the winners, and Winston Guest, ' at No. 2 for the Pelicans, rcg-1 istered three goals, as did his mate George Oliver, at No. S. Tain O'Shantor To Kick Fursc For 1912 CHICAGO. Sept. 20. George S. May, President of the Tarn O'Shanter Country cluh, announced today that a total purse of fl.'I.OOll will he awarded at the club's 1012 open golf tournament Sept. in n. May said the rluh "intended to continue sponsoring the biggest prize money open golf tournament in the world." The first place winner, he said, would receive $J."no and the remaining $10,500 will be divided among the 30 low soring professionals. Weslhurv Polo Winner, "ll -10' I This Quit-Url Will Do Most Of Fairview Backficlri Work This Year misiiisiis.wwwwwr ' i e J HfTTf 1 U - - - ' 1 a 1 t S. 1 1 4V r . i J IT looks aa if the Fairview Itulldoga taighl he in for a pretty good year on the gridiron, aa they have a hig and experienced aquad. Tlayi 1 in the all-imnortant backfield for the Bulldogs will be four of the above five men. At the present Tom Middleton is hurt hut if he is condition ht will he in three againit Chaminade next Friday. The backfill men are, left to right: Tom Middleton, Bill Burna, Homer Metzger, Dun Urowo and Jim Matlock. ing in n sot) . r.CEi r TALL ' Better tasting, tteii o finish, BIGGIR DRINK Bum TASTI l'0pni-( ola nnitr nnhi (ni Vfsi-Cct Cnmpnv.y, Long Infant City . Y. Boitkd Inrnlly bji Pfpsi-Cota Bottliny C, of Dnytnn.

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