Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 5, 1928 · Page 13
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 13

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-*S.1i ,>*|-" y -'i--.*- SE iy -I *\ i& h 5 >?' Tj.fcTf.MV » n And Black Will *, la., Uteren For Their Opptmetits SfJper TTtscffiikins <3*t»PC-tellt RttUe<: .,, MoLennan ! ,T LO o RO RT . RK l.fstm T\TI\ Rohr j. Bmi' h Johnson T,-,B ,. Wllklns '.'."'.'.'.' FB Referee O'Nra! of Pe Time of E«me 2:30 p. m. Place Rock Falls high school field. The green and black of Bock Falls will open the home season tomorrow afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock on their neip athletic field when the Lyons. Xo$a, high school eleven comes here fSt n contest. These teams appear (o be about evenly matched. Both lost their opening games, Rock Fulls losing to Oregon and Lyons to Clinton, so the boys of both teams will IW out to Ret on the win side. Coach Akejf has worked hard with his boya during the past week trying to iron i 6«t the defects and improve tho team generally. If tho Rock Falls rooters turn out tt proportion la the number who bljowed the team to Oregon last reek there will be a real crowd on band. The Lyons team will bo ably supported by n largo delegation of footers. Tf the same attitude pre?Bils among the visiting; rooters as Jn~Uu> jw*t then they figure the gatfie the snmo as won for Lyons. The green and black am not at ail •Willing to concede tliia fact and •when the boys get, to romping up and down their own home lot they cspect to show the fans something wrtrth while, •'.fate heavy rain of last nlRht will IJftt the field In fine condition and rfB; speed records for a touchdown should be broken. !* l«l<« \\,*\!M f n 1 ? ~ T? - Of Here are stars of the Southern Methodist University eleven from Dallas TP* n-h rt „,„,- ,, . .. scored over 300 points for his tenm. Four regulars are also back this year. They tire Neuman, Brown Stockloy and Captain Oocljel. JACK HENDRIois STILL PIOKjS ST LOUIS AS WINNERS STERLING HIGH WILL PLAY FIRST GAME SATURDAY HAGEN BEATEN BY LEQ DIEGEL IN £RO TOURNEY Captain Claire Schuncman will Irad his SlcrtliiR town-ship (T SPORT NOTES" ^'i — t... , j The sun rises at 6:02 In the morn- Itig and sets at 5:30 p. m. The hea- vjjr rain and storm of last night may siart some of thei ducks on the wing Irtffla the northlands. Sergeant Buck . Kempster set out a pen of decoys Slesterday and is all set. j/Ehe Community high football tj&ei had a good workout laat cve- latljl and this evening Coach Woeb- «T will give the boya a light llm- »Htog up and they will then be all " meet Stockton tomorrow af- I at 2 p. m. on the local which is located at West S«v- street and Woodburn avenue, ting under the defeat last week t Polo, the local team will be up «nd-going-from the start to the fln- Jsh, Captain "Ike" Logan will be unable to play with Ills team tomorrow against Lyons. Logan received an injury to two ribs about two weeks ago In practice and Inat Frl- „day at Oregon the Injured ribs received further damage .and Captain Log^n will be given another week In Which to get squared away. He expects to be ready against bixon. Captain Delbert Blackburn of D|Jton may be out of the game for the season on account of the Injury which he suffered at Amboy last -JSateniay JTlUiLWill be a severe blow to the Dlxon team and it U hoped that Blackburn's injury may respond quickly to treatment and that he will soon be able to get back in __ibft_game : , SmiUi and.. Peltes will also be out of the Dixon lineup tomorrow In the game against Men- daw on account of injuries. By Jack Hendrlcks. Manager of the Cincinnati Reds (Written For The United Press) New York, Oct. 0.—Without detracting a whit from the fine pitching of Walte Hoyt nnd the timely batting of the New York Ynnkees, the St. Louis Cardinals are still my pick to win the worlds championship. Sherdel pitched a Rnme which would have been a winning one nine times out of ten. He ran up against Hojrt when the latter was nt the peak of form and he tried to get a curve ball past Bob Meusel which went into the stands instead. That was the story of the opening game. , I look for "Pete" Alexander to I turn in a victory in his first start against the American Leaguers, and once the teams get to Bt Louis the Ude of battle should turn definitely in favor of the Cardinals. The only change in my opinion about the outcome of the series is that it now may take six games • school football (warriors to Princeton tomorrow for jthe acid test. Cap- ;tain Schuneman |and Russell are ,the only two vct- ;erans on the team. However under the able coaching ------ of Ted Beheld, as- SCHUNEMAN fclsted by Coaches Ead,es and Whaley, the green avid untried material of the local school looks to have the stuff. If the team wins fifty percent of its games this season it can be considered a good season but those who have seen the boys in their dally workouts at Community Athletic park" feel certain that they will win the majority of before the Cards ar* declared cham- ptona of the baseball world. I had looked for them to win within five. Watching The Stars (By United Press) Babe Ruth—Got two doubles and a single in four trips, scoring two runs. Lou.Qehrig — Got a double und single In four trips, driving in two runs. Chick Hafey—Failed to hit safely In four trips, striking out twice Jim Bottomley—Hit a home run and single and walked once in four times up, scoring the Cardinals only run and making two or their three hits. A large crowd of local rooters will follow the team to Princeton tomorrow and they will b« doing their best along; the sidelines to cheer the local boys to victory. Princeton lost a game last week to Morris by a forfeit. The Princeton team looked pretty good In this game which was played at Morris and on their home field and with another week's workout they should put up a very hard, game against Sterling. If the boys only do their best that will be enough. They have the plays, they are in condition and now it all depends on how well they can execute them under lire Go get 'em Sterling. Baltimore, Oct. 5.—<u.P.)— For the first time in four years ' the" semifinal round of the professional golf champlonsnip opened today minus the swaggering figure of Walter Hagen. For four years Hagen has been champion of these men who capitalize on golf. But yesterday Leo Dlegel of White Plains, took the measure of Sir Walter and defeated him 2 and 1, after a thrilling match which was followed by a great gallery. Hagcn was five down at the end of the first nine, out receovercd his stride somewhat in the later rounds. The principle Interest today is in the match between Gene Sarazen, the only former champion remaining in the contest and Dlegel. In the other semi-final tnntch Horton Smith of Joplin, Mo., will play Al Espinosa of Geln Cove, 111. INDIANAPOLIS IS WINNER ONCE MORE Brar ?!or!rs from No'r? Dame'. 1 ; ramp, fir)rjr f j to a vast Improvrmrn 1 of it', JarKe srjiiad's defensive nnr! ofTcmivp pinv. has buoyed \\i-.- TOmi!!'= hopps fit vietnry OVTT Knutn Rock lie's men nnd today the naclcrT-; were generally conceded nn mm chance to win. Conrh Hoc'-cnr. nnd hi", Inrp" squarl were due to wrain up nt Camp nandall today, but will not havr thr services of'their star fullback. "Wliltpy" Collins, who broke his vri'-t in the Loyola game .Saturday. Ac-coinpanied by a band of rooters clad in cowboy regalia, Wyoming's team \v,-^ j n Chicago, while Cnncb Stngt; kept his Maroons fit. with n slight. MKim] drill. Chicago lost to South Carolina last week, C to 0, but Coach KUifip has revamped hi' lineup and promises a victory tomorrow. OklahomA also was en route to BloomniRton where it will give Pat Paces Indiana team a severe test. The line problem, chief worry of Western Confcrcnco coarh<<<: wn? strewed to the last minute of the final heavy workouts yestenlnv Conch Robert Zuppke, cspcciallv worked his line, allowing the freshmen team to pound at it unmercl- t * i' f n J* T t T' 1 "Tin ' 1" ff ' t' ! I""' KiV 1?i'u \\H' *1 '" i t'm ' ' r r i' */v!fti- n fi» ,' ^ r.-iri T. x ! « i • nlfr, j , t m^i in lf!r'r'-n<: f , Tl ril'r. I n ! l '« ffl'lr- tcrnth thf Cub<? scotfd thrr-*» run 1 * on 'bnnr|)rd hi! 1 ; bv W!l«an nnrf jHnrtnrf.t ni:d B wnlk to Grimm. h* t< <,rr ' s mufrrt (FOOTBALL HAS TAKEN j TOLL OF SEVEN LIVES | NIHV York, Off. 5.—(A P.I—With | the doath of William Charles Yourm, |N.itlfiHftl Oururl plnyer fit Monon| Kflh^ln. PR., yesterday, football's (death toll for the sr-tiJ-on hns mount- i ec! to wen. Yotmtt MiffTed a broken bsrk In n pnndlot Kiunp at Mon- ottKfihcla City. Pn. [ Previous victims were: ! Miles F. Fox. Nnvy. sunstroke. j i Jnmes Fenton. Holy Cros.-!, r.plnnl | : fracture. i j Normim Matthews, Lawrence.! . Mass.. kicked In a cancllnt game. i i Jnck Cof field, Allcntown, Pa.,' ; high school. Injuries to the bend. j I UOKS Taylor. Hlrnm. Ohio, high i : school, various injuries during R game. Loo Ooodreau, Vlllanova. broken neck. r»ATCM Of], A CRACK BACK.—The Princeton Timers ir>ok for another strong eleY- eri this fall nnrl expert Eddie \Vltt- mrr, halfback, t« be one nf the jnn^t potent members of the eleven. Th" Tigers have a tonsil selirdule. iu- rludinc- a pamo with Ohio State n! Columbus, but have hopes of eonuriK through y.nU-fnrtorlly. Wlttmer plays R niro panic, both ilcffn.^lvely and ofTcnRtvely. ST. LOUIS FANS NOW~" HESITATE WITH BETS World Scries Leaders B!. Louis, Mo., Oct. 3.--t.UP)— Painfully disillusioned St. Louis Cardinals' fans flocked to the Rc-d Birds' Mandard tod^y and camely MO.U. LOVELY COLOR. Delectable is a smoking pajama set of Nile green satin tuck-in blouse, gold trimmed, with peacock blue sleeveless long Jacket and wide pajamas, with gold embroidery, llv- ""••* by Nile green touches Indianapolis, Oct. 5.—(U.P.)—The little world series reached the half way point today with the Indianapolis Indians holding three victories to tha Rochester Red Wings' one. The series Is for five out of nine games. Rochester lost yesterday's game despite a magnificent start. The score was 12 runs to 5 and 18 hits to 6. Most of the International Leaguers' blows came in the first when they scored four runs. The batting knocked Boone from the box Leverette. who went the rest of the rout*, held the Red Wings in check with little difficulty. Rochester used four pitchers. • • •••"•• |^* «,(,.* I./J, iJJ Polytech. Saturday's opponent Two fullbacks of great promise may show their prowess in tomorrow's games. They nre Maye.s McLain of Iowa. Bronko Nagur.ski of Minnesota. Their coaches at first Intimated they might be held out of the first game but now they are expected to star, McLnin against Monmouth and Nagurski against. Creighton. Lee Hanley, brother of Coach Richard Hanley, will start at quarterback for Northwestern In it* opener with Butler, while Levison and Calderwood will play halfbacks (By United Press! , Leading hitter—Babe Ruth, Yan- jkees .750. i Leading pitcher — Waltc Hoyt, Yankees, won 1 lost 0. Home run lender — Bob Meusel, ] Yankees, 1; Jim Bottomlev. Card- jlnals 1. I Most, hits—Ruth 3. I Most runs—Kuth 2, Most doubles—Ruth 3. Most runs batted In—Lou Oehrl!f YankPrs 2; Mouse!, Yankees 3. Most strikeouts—Hoyt 6. Most chances accepted—Bottomley 10. Nebraska is tho central state of the United States. Girls Wanted For Factory Work The Burgess Battery Company has several openings for Women Workers who desire to earn good wages. Modern conveniences for the welfare and comfort of employees have been installed by this company. Applicants must be over 16 years of age. Make application is person to the Employment Department, BURGESS BATTERY COMPANY custom -of referring to 1m portant people as "nobs" had its origin in the "fll. nob."—abbrevi- ated Latin for "son of a nobleman." *T«ffy Griffiths has been booked for a bout with Kayo White at Davenport on next Thursday, Oct. 11. This is the first Indoor show to be etaged at Davenport and is start- Uijs out with a real headliner. Mendota high school's 1928-29 bajitetbalJ... possibilities have been greatly enhanced as Albert Lyman v captain-elect ol the Lea Center high _!.year. He is a junier. While a "sophomore at Lee Center last season, Lyman, playing at forward. 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Civ* islet tsuat at ih* rigiui, ftsotit G<c&crcti Mu*s»« Tte* t^ovmiSitt fiaa aw* iw vtttil u m *-- < " t immn « kd. JOHN HOPPLER & SON *. R 0 » U C T Of Ci E N ft JL A I,

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