Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 18, 1928 · Page 13
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 13

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 18, 1928
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Mf/*|ill*' Itf s\~T *""••" "G.'5'l To WV Frr.rn Of to fight h«rd for If* w» 'f Jwt Bnfh ?nr thrir flrH JT h o m a s high of Rockfort! and th« The p?sv- Com• t i e t «* on " Sewnth street and artswotd 'The g*mc will be : a 11 e d at two B'cteck, The visiting team Is coached by Hob Bel tech. last year's University at Illinois football captain. The fact Mint ReitRch is to be here should In itself draw R large crowd of fan* who can gr.t a, ekwr.up of tills i"" gridiron hero. Reitsch has Instilled the IlUn! fighting spirit into his team and although this is his first year with the team they have not •lost ft (single game. However, he has exceptionally good material this season and has a large squad from ..•which to pick his team. Coach Woebcr arrived here after tlw start of the senson and this has been a handicap to him in getting • Ms system of playing over to the local boys, btu each week they are allowing decided improvement and they will be out there playing for all • i-hey are worth. It may be possible that the game will be decided on the breaks and Coach Woebcr will have his warriors playing for the breaks. Regardless of who wins it will be & battle from start to finish and the fans will more tlian receive their Whaley of the Sterling township high Whatey of the Sterling township high _pchool, two capable officials will be in charge and this means fair and square treatment for both teams. It la noraible for cars to lineup all around the playing field so in case the weather man does not put iriH nf pSftvs *t Sheffield Friday afternoon. This is a "Little Right" ttmfemwe game. Both teams'are nnbe»t*fs in cmtferewr» competition this season. Morrison pkys at Atnboy Friday afternoon in * Bock River conference g*un«. Morrison defeated Arabs? 7 to 0 last year. Amboy h»s one of its strongest t«uM in ihe hl»- tory of the «choo!, bat Co»eh Sharp's txrjrs believe they can turn Uic trick. Cordova and Propbetstown high school soccer teams play at Prophetstown on Friday. Erie and Hillsdale with two via* and no defeat* nre leading the Two JEUpera conference soccer league, Prophetstcwn and Port Byron have won and lost one each, and Cordova and Lyndon have failed to win In two starts. Coach Akey is not letting up on his Rock Falla high school warriors despite the fact that Ait Morris should be an ens? win here Saturday. He Is going to keep the boys going until there Is no chance for an npset. P >- nt 31 Th« «t«me st 'H»rrrT TTp" jt hi* fsunwtjR 'print nt th» h^s'inninE nf It h« trot- c»n- of tf«tn«! tn lHlcWg*n Rnrt this y«»r th» dark etotid at Ann Arbor holds » silver linJnf for them. After 38 years of fntule effort, Indian* finally turned tt» trick test ws-k, defemling; the inflxperienfseil Wolverine* by one touchdown, th? first on« erer ccom! ag&ln«t MIcW- by the Howriers. Baturday. Oh!o s which hiwm't defeated Michigan sinoa 1031 and only thre« time in 34 »t.f*rapf« since 1697. bopps to achiarfi if-s ambition before RO.OOO spectators nt Columbus, eleven, Brtwrn, their wires «rp Uw clftRh. ervncid b?!ps fill th* by working ni a pol?«tnan In Evsnston whrn he is not to training for football. McDUFFER 87 Harris Pajrn* , y • - •••-• _/ OW S0SH DARN IT, THE. BWA. [TO, TEU. YOU VmAT y MACKl- vou fewrtH HE SWIMS AND THEM TE£ THE SSAU, WHERE UMPIRE SAYS YANKS WOlf WITH CHATTER Chicago. Oct. 1»—(A.P.) — The Yankees talked themselves Into the world series title In the opinion of "Brick" Owen, one of the two American League umpires offlcteUag in the series. From the opening game in New York until the fourth and final encounter at 8t- Louis the Yankees kept up a constant stream of chatter that eventually broke the morale of the Cards, said Owen. Every member of the team from Manager MiJ- ler Hoggins down to the bat boy united, la the conversation directed at 8t Louis players. Babe Ruth joined In the gleeful sarcastic remarks In the fourth Wisconsin Is another team out gunning for th« Wolverlnei. While the Badgers have always had good elevens, they hare never defeated Michigan. After Wisconsin's triumph over Notre Dame October one of the coaches remarked: "We are happy to beat Notre Dame, but what we want is that first victory over Michigan. That is our big ambition this year along with winning the Big Ten title." But the Wolverines are plugging along and many believe they will come back like their basketball »*ams invariably do. Yesterday. Coach Tad Wleman shook up hia varsity lineup in an effort to obtain «!>e*d and deception. "Dynamite ?"£. Oembte « veteran 210 pound fullback, and Dal Whittle, quarterback, were replaced by Jack Wheeler, shifty halfback triple threat ar- ttet, and Harvey Straub, an untried pilot Captain .George Rich was » ,,w.^ from hatfback to fill the fullback vacancy. j Bain Interferes. Rain has fallen almost continually at the Big Ten training camps thU we«k, adding to th« worries of the coaches whose teams have 1m- Wtwit^conference games Saturday. "*"* *"iv» driven their players muddy scrimmages but oeen unable properly to dissect weaknesses. Indications are that Coach Robert Zuppke of Ulinoia will rely mntlrely on hla veterans to repulse Indiana's MOEIARTY QUITS AS THE MANAGE! OF DETROIT the Cards were arguing with the umpires orer fihemel's "^mlck™ return. •" " M , ^l J™*' * w»t over- on the varsity' At Indiana. Pat hands In delight Whjle the Yanks were hurling remarks at their rivals the Cardinals remalued very quiet rank Ernest THF.Y TOOK. Six BOUJ5 f AAfD RLE ; A .. . WHAT IS »T of the end: «nd Tarn WmltoSffl, CAT KITTEMS IM Tne OV/EM, UttlRT WOUUD THEY ™ WHY IS AM OUt> G6LT) O6ARETTe f IT A ARO- J BE Be AT BOILED Octroi!. Oct. IB— (AJP.)— FBllinf, »ftcr tvo years of effort, to tip the Detroit btssebaJl teiun to * place of prominence! It nnoa enjoyed as a winning combination, Moriarty has resigned as manager. The rpstgrtaUon was contained ta a letter to Frank J. Navin. o fthe club, given out last night. In which Morisrty said th? team's peer showing was due to "unfavorable circumstanops," The circumstmnces referred to were not set out in the letter. President Navin said the resigna- tictji had b©tn aeoeptcd but declined to rrvcal if a moce-ssor had been appointed Or was under considera- Uon. Although Moriarty etates In bis letter that long experience in the game had taught him to accept reverse with the same spirit that accompanies success, he was known to have felt the failure of the team this year keenly. The squad staggered through the season to finish In sixth place. Nothing was contained in the letter regarding the former manager's Plans for the future bat friends were of the opinion he would seek a berth on the American League umpiring staff where he nerved lor 10 years before takfng over the managerial reins of the Tigers. WOBIAN SWOIMER SET ENDURANCE RECORD New Y«t*. Oct. 1»—(A-P.)—Lottie May Schocmmel, woman •trimming star, broke the world endurance record yesterday when she left • hcrtel pool here after remalnlnaln the water 72 boon. 2 the best sort of weather the fans can sit in their cars and enjoy the Some men caa't tmokeiotfaepulor, But Morphy'a wife nya, "Staok* aay old place— If you're The Smoother and Letter Cigarette . not a cough in a carload Of. Heaters mw, you need that heater. Yes, and later* too, No other investment affords so much satisfaction as a good heater. Alcohol PreStone Emi Third Street &t Third It Pays to Get a Good Plate We specialize on plate work. Our plates have tha. live tooth appearance and we absolutely guarantee them to fit. — Note the following prices: Life-Like Plates B. S. white) $17.50 Good Set of Teeth $15 Teeth extracted Free when plates are ordered. DON'T NEGLECT YOU& TEETH Nature has provided you with only due set of permanent teeth. You owe it to yoursell to take proper care of them or any number of ills might result Consult us regtilarly—at least once every six months,. Prevent those small cavities from becoming larger. s ..1 Silver Fillings ........ Gold Crowns ........... '•v. ,,»•.• $5 to 22 Karat Fine Gold Inlays, as low as ••••-•• -•• Porcelain Fillings Guaranteed Painless Extraction Other-Work--in surface . .$1 up '^^•-•'•..^^i^ »\,] ~s TUJBFWttOt MAUi Twin City Dentists - ftefitfettnlttfiril Wti" •%$ *roftt ntf fimiflfli litngiftnijH'r is a A* London is using the FREE During the four days of the Daily Gazette cooking school we will give a special discount of fifty dollars (£50) on either of the models that we have on display. TfIC at the Sterling Gazette Cooking School -Hdpw being conducted afternoons, at the Hlini Theatre for the ladies of Sterling, Rock Falls and vicinity. The Frigidaire refrigerator keeps foods at such right temperature and degree of dryness that the condition necessary to secure the best results in the perfected art of cooking is obtained. j si'' , ...a. ^saxr,,-fe-7d J.D

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