Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 23, 1928 · Page 9
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 9

Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 23, 1928
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" i f « 55 X*-' n. *8! Sport* Wrttw) Oet. n,~~AJP.}—n isn't wry brand and It wWkwn h*s bwn, tart « trtaraphaai swslte ?».« sssln fw» of the "Flying Qcsfh H«fc«t ft vfcrtwrf f«r Ohio State, ant-h rwnmwls ef Om Qrwrsge and Bh». "ZnrT and hint p«rw«rfnl *»fsw! hare *t*rt«1 on what spppssn? to be a strateht march towards thler second straight Big foothill championship. Mlnseswte, Jowm. Oijio Stwtis and remain •» thjremte, but what would be the mo^t «n- upnet of ttte conferene CTJnfoR «s.r?d Inum CHy hlfb tfe »t lowft city ).«* Friday. Both f*»$ms »wrp fan^J to tin a spp*» (j»«l of pttnUnf. tow» City p?mt w«nt ortr tl» of f.hf etintem mXtfy mjm for a, of 7 the UllJMla nhoald We, at least, for top heswrs. men ttmtf. yet to meet M5«litg»n and Ch!all of which have been defeated, In addition to Ohio State, which la Ui« last fame cm its schedule »nd at home father Minnesota or Iowa will be TirtusHy eliminated Saturday when they clash at Town City, WtaeomSn sll but ruined its chanojw by tytof with Purdue, while Ohio State muit <H)nq«er Indiana Iowa, and Illinoln a morinmmtal task ftsr may eierrn. Minnesota's great team has a tough schedule left — lowm, Nortnwestmi. IntUan* and W5«>oii»in; Iowa has Minnesota, Ohio Stat®. Wisconsin and Michigan. »tnd Wisconsin's remaining conference schedule Includes Mich- CMcmgo, Iowa, and Minnesota, Ktebman Prospects at Illinois brightened even more yesterday when Harry Richman, veteran center and one of the best defensive men in the conference, was declared scholas- ticaDy eligible, i Northwestern, which Invades Illinois Saturday, is attempting to manufacture a steering gear for its offensive. The Wildcats have gained 806 yards from in Its three games this season, but only three touchdowns resulted. Realizing they arc In for a strenuous battle Saturday. Minnesota and IOWA are working long boors in preparation. Coach Burt Ingwersen injected Oran Pape, the sophomore back who scored four touchdowns against Rlpon, Into the first team's backfield during yesterday*» secret practice and changed tackles, while Coach Clarence Spears worked on Ilia Gopher line and developed tn- teref erencc for his badcfleld. Spears was far from satisfied with the . showing of hia regulars against Chi- Ooacii Olen Thlsttethwalte prom- A drastic ahakeup in hia Wisconsin lineup £or the i*i^tg>f« tn- have diaeovered leveral in the Purdue game, SCchigss't' regulars VBTO $t$c& •yesterday; Tad Wtmsan and Fielding H. Tost issued a Joint statement denying friction between them. Rain, which drove most Big Ten squads under cover yesterday, failed to half Pat Page acd hia Hoosl- era and they drilled in blocking passing and pcnting on a mud soaked practice field, for Ohio State The Buckeyes polished up a sustained offensive as Coach Wilce refitted to depend on wide end runs and flashy forward passes to beat On itrart Ss.terfiiy afternoon ths Savanna high mhm&, will go to Itert Molfns for » psssti Os Nor. 3, 8»- iranfs* plays at Dfxtm; on the 9th DeWItt ptos at Savanna; on ..or. 17 Savnma Is at Stockton end on N0p, 24th »t Warren. Th* mntlnumf rn»,n on 8«M«y was th« caum of the Independent game between the Sterling Tigers and the Preeport IndepRptleats being calJM off last Sunday. Arrangements »re being made for the game to foe held at Community Athletic park next Sunday. Results in the KJtUe Eight erai ference last week-end were Walnt 6, 8h«!frield 6; Manllus 67. Ncpon set 0; Buda 50, Wyanet 8. Saturday Bochella defeat Harlem, 36 to 7. It was a setup Amboy defeated Morrison. 23 to 0 The game between Mendota-and I. Salle scheduled for last Saturda was postponed. Oregon kept up its winning strea by defeating Jtilo 39 to 0 at Qrego on Friday. Oregon's slate Is clea; with the exception of a 8 all tie wit LaMoiile high school a week ago. Prophetstown high defeated Cor dova 3 to 1 this week in a socce game played on the Prophetstown field. Next Friday Prophetstov;n plays at Hillsdale. Sterling township high school' all-star basketball team of last sea eon is pictured in the new 1828-29 basketball guide. It is a very goo« likeness of the boys, who made athletic history for the local school. Mount Carroll's green high schco football team did a mighty good job In holding the Galena High School 2 to 0 at Mount Carroll Saturday &ount Carroll had possession of the ball most of the time. The Dixon Independents defeated the Peru Tj. S. L. team by a score of S to 0 st Dixoa Sunday. The score was made in the middle of lie first quarter when French snapped a pass to Winebrenner who crossed Peru's goal line for the only touchdown of the afternoon. Urban "Bed" Faber, well known White Sox pitcher, visited Joe and Bill Killian yesterday. Faber and family came out from Chicago Eat- day toatbend a funeral at Tampieo Purdue learned considerable about forward passing from Wisconsin and started to throw op » defense against that attack, while Coach 8t*gg gave his crippled Chicago eleven a short drill on blocking. OWNER OF BALTIMORE ORIOLES IB CALLED Baltimore,, Md, oct 3S—(AJ».)- Jack Dunn, owner and manager of the Baltimore Orioles, seven UHJ*S pennant winosr in the International I*a«ue. died suddenly Monday while rtdtag at too dog UlaU of the Mary land Field Trial Association near Towsoa, a Baldmore suburb. Ouna's death waa betevad to have been caused toy a heart attack. Others attending the trials raid he had exhibited intense excitement juet after ona of his ttofs. Bell the Devil, bad come to «Iwautif ul point A momeat latw. they! reported, bis ftfcad&i^ged forward aad tie Btuttiped ~ from his bozitBlB frttirir. \ MrDUFFEK I I Bv B*urrt» Pajm ' I Get .».— (p.)— The Tea's experiment with football sadenB through the use of w»ert# « «B" teaais so far m be«a di£eotiragiiig, several athletic directors have reported. Coaches and alumni, especially have protected against the doubleheader plan, it is reported, and suggestions have been made that the former system of inter-college gridiron competition be r— — — - - • . - .__ __ . ______ W^ss&m Captain Otecn Ridge of this city made a fine showing in the game at Delafleld. Wis, Friday in which his team, St. John's Military Acndemy romped over Plafteviflefichooi of Mines for a 20 to 6 victory. THESlT TEAMS TIED IN SOCCER LEAGUE OF HIGH SCHOOLS Port Byron,*OL, Oct 23.— (Special) —Port Byron defeated Hillsdale on the local fieM to a closely contested game of soccer by the score of 1 to 0, no goals being made until the final quarter of the game, when Port Byron scored the only goal. A large crowd withnesacd the con test between the two schools although cold weather likely cut the attendance f^a)^^f_ Port Byron is now tied with phetstown, Erie nod HiUadate for first place in the conference, and has two gaeoes yet to play—playing Erie at Erie next week-end and Cordova on the local field in the final game of the season, the following week. l i l l 2 3 2 Erie Port Byron .....ii^[!i Jkyndsa .r"r""""*"l Cordowi ........,.,."'.'.o *"rioay» SrtrMHfl Part Byron J, ailiadale o Lyndon 3. Erie 1. Prophetstowji S, Cordova L DOUBLE HEADER PLAN MOT is 8T&AKQSLY MISSING Oet £8—tAJP.> — The t *laiW««tt»a£« of a state duectera a* *o I NAGURSKI ! Mayp.s MrLain ilic former llaskcll Star, is givinp: Iowa its best line-smasliin since the days of Gordon Locke BOWLING SEASON OPENS WITH A WIN FOR THE ALL STABS Broako Nagotftki has taken Herb Joesting 's at Minnesota ami hopes to Iowa's great H The Y. M. C. A. bowling league got away to a rolling.start last evening in a contest between Remlck's All- Stars and the Sterling Pattern Works. The All-Stars won by a small margin ol 14 pins. The All- stars won tho firstt two games but dropped the third. Roberts or the Pattern Works team had high rcore ot 303 and high total of 535. The scores* AU-SUrs: Sobinson 125 Elchenberg 147 Lang „. 151 Remick Coats .. 166 139 147 121 158 149 146 149 143 147 165 411 443 414 .489 314 Totals 590 712 749 2051 Pattern Works: Yac 114 Taylor 149 Roberta .,.„..... 152 Rutt . Thorp 140 114 118 202 148 130 113 152 181 158 168 341 417 535 446 298 Totals 65 710 7722037 KNUTE EOCENE MUST HAVE BONE CRUSHER South Bend, Ind.. Oct. 23.—(AJ».) —".Wanted: A fullback — Knute Kcckne." Blaming Notre Dame's defeats Wisconsin -and George Tech on the absence of & crashing fullback who can gain two or three yards when a touchdown Is in the offing. Coach Rockne has started anew his quest for someone to serve that purpose. In yesterday's practice, he tried no less than 15 men but was not satisfied. "We've got to get a scoring punch at fullback," Rockne has advised, "and unless we do we an; apt to lose some more games. Twice at Georgia Tech we were hurled tack within its 10 yard line." Collins, who gavo promise of filling the position, in out for the season with a fractured wrist. PLAN STATE HUNG Convention Will Be Held In First Church, Peoria October 25 To 28 Fights Last Night Philadelphia—Joe Dundee, Baltimore, outpointed Walcott Langford, Chicago, (10). Hilario Martinez, Spain, won on foul over Tommy Murphy, Trenton, N. J., (7). Leon Lucas, Camden. N, J., stopped Qeo. Oiacchioo. Philadelphia, (1). Boston—Jim Malonoy, Boston, out pointed Jack Renault, Canada, (10). Bob Mills, HiU. N. H., won on foul over Tony Puente, California. (2). Hutchlnson, Kans.—Angus Snyder, Dodge City. Kansas, stopped Big Jim Sigman, Barberton, O., (4). Montreal—Al Foreman, Montreal, knocked out Leo Bad Key, Montreal, j(2^—George Bidders, M<s*tr«aJr-«sn on foul from George Fifield, Toronto, (7). New York—Baby Joe Gans. Los Angeles, outpointed Nick Palmer, Brooklyn. . (10J, Billy Algers, Phoenix, stopped Sammy Aronson, Brooklyn. (3). Jimmy Harrison, Los Angeles, outpointed Bennj; Mosely, Detroit. (6). Artie Decula, Brooklyn, outpointed Mat Cohen, Peterson, N. J., (6). Peoria, 111., Oct. 23.—(AJP.)— Building their services around the theme. "The Gospel Today." Illinois Baptists will hold their annual state convention at the First Church here October 25 to 28. Convention dates this year have been set so as to cover Saturday and Sunday, in order to permit a larger number of laymen to come for the week-end. Illinois pastors and others have been asked to speak on such subjects as "The Gospel of Regeneration." -The Gospel and 8ocia Ethics." "The Gospel and the Prayer Life," "The Gospel and World Peace," and similar thenJBS. Dr. Clarence A. Harbour of Rochester will gire the tie voUonftf address on Saturday noon, and in the afternoon will speak on the subject of "The Gospel and Education." He n also be the preacher of the Sun- dayjncniing sermon. A special laymen's session Saturday afternoon will be in the nature of an open forum. II will be conducted by W. C. Coleman of Kansas and A. M. Harris of New York. Mr. Coleman was last year's presi- dent of the Northern Baptist Con-! ventlon and is now chairman of the Lay-men's Council of the convcn-' tion. Mr. Harris Is present president of the Northern Baptists convention. Speakers for the program of Sunday afternoon include J. Duncan Clark, editor of The Chicago Evening Post, who will speak on the subject of "The Gospel and the Public Press," and William Aver McKinney. president of the Speedaumat, Chicago, whose subject is "The Gospel and Industry." A speaker for the concluding session Sunday evening has not yet been announced. Convening at the same time will; be the Baptist Ministers Union, which will hold its meeting the first day; the B. Y. P. U., which will meet Saturday, and the Women's Baptist I Mission Society, which will hold! sessions coincident with those of the' state convention. , Peoria Baptists are making preparations to entertain a thousand or more delegates. Tests revealed that the lifting power of an average-sized mushroom was 3*7 pounds. Mushrooms have been known to lift and crack asphalt paths. ene-ftixth to tnea and in women. «f tfct tote) ing wtilr& benaflt !s toe Prince William of Sweden was the first European royal prince to lecture for money in America. Girls Wanted For Foctorg Work The Burgess Battery Company lias sef«ral good openings for women workers who desire to earn good wages. Modern conveniences £or the welfare and comfort of employees h&vg been installed by this company. Applicants must be over 16 years of age,, Make application in person to the Employment Department Burgess Battery Company Free port, The Boys' Store eno Mild ... and yet they Satisfy^ flmvor md *we«s tofeaccos aged la ywn«-«lM west exfMsusire w»y aod the That auperb «aec «iwi it way «bat a mild &gar*a* I* Suits for boys of all ages are shown here in this "Complete Store for Boys." Whether you desire a plain bhie, brown or grey nrixtureyou wHilhid them here. Suits with 2 knickers 10.00-12.50~-15.00 Suits with S 12.50-15.0&--48.00 New Blouses, Shirts, Cap* end ether furnishings lt» aith these fall dothes. CORDUROY COATS Sheep lined, sheep collar, full belt— 10M f/OKS&HWE COATS Sheep lined, sheep eoJhir- _ SKIN COATS Sheep lined, sheep collar COATS , Sheep colter— MM

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