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'PAGE SIXTEEN. T H E D E C A T U U R E V I E W Thurwtay. October v». City's Grid Classic To be Filmed Friday ________ · Roosevelt and Central Meet in Annual Struggle For Junior High Title--Both Camps Ready. R»»MT«H Pctara PROBABLE LINEUPS. Pom. I..G o. Ceatral Painter , Jones Parker Shane H.O. . R.T. B.F, n.n I..H. H.II F.IJ Kenne4r HylanA KlnocT Mill. c Mathewc Wllletc Sotltk TayUr- WIIHaauoa Bnckauntt-r Catea-Toalll UaTl»-8tokei Harriacsi Hal] H«a«eraaa . . «'fca»«an. ftarrer Place Mllllkla Field. Time t«l ». m. Referee Ewlac IMIIIIkln). I'mptre Johnnon (Mllllkln), Head Mnemaa Crook* Ulllnola). BY HOWARD V. M1LLAHD. Decatur's greatest grid classic -The Roosevelt-Central game for the Junior High school championthtp of the city Is just 24 hours o f f . Since 1921. when the f i r s t Koose- velt-Central game was staged, this battle Is looked f o r w a r d to. not only by-all the prep school folks of the city but by many of the grown ups w h o get considerable interest and pleasure out of watching these o u n e athletes perform in a game t h a t means e i e r j t h i n g to them. While neither of the local schools has been in existence long enough to number many old timers among the a l u m n i , fans ^vho never e\en fit- tended a Decatur school take S j d ^ « in this a n n u a l game and have as their fa\orlte eitner Eoose\e't or Central. SCORES MEAN LITTLE. While glancing o\er the Ramos played by" Roosevelt and Central this season ai outsider would nt once Pick the Kintner team as the f a \ o r - ite. This Tiould come from the fact ti« r.oosetek lads defeated tho Champaign frosh 7 to 0 while the same team upset Central 13 to 6. Roosevelt also defeated Monticello Juniors 14 to 0 w h i l e C e n t r a l only managed to trab a 7 to « defeat This line of reasoning may be all O. K for an outsider but to Bup- porters of the t w o J u n i o r High elevens it (ln»sn't mean a thing. A Roosevclt-Ceitral sane is getting to be a M i l l i I v i n - \ V e e l e a n contest as far as interest and dope is concerned and the fans w h o treke out M i l l i k i n -nay Friday are looking for a n y t h i n g to happen. MANY NEW FACES "When the two teams l i n e u p for the i n i t i a l Kick off there K i l l be but sit of t h e . 25 lads w h o were on the field of b a t t l j l.T-t *=fa«on w h ^ n Jioosevelt put over a 13 to 6 110- tory. Captain W a n e Parton nf the Crimson and Gold and C a p t a i n William Mills of the blue and whit* of course met last e a r in the a n n u a l same. Halfback Hall is the other Roosevelt athlete vhr, saw- service last year v hiie Centnl has Hjland. Mathews and Smith left o \ r r Hall is rated as the ba'kfield ace of the J'.oosevelt team although he ha» not been in a. suit all week according to Coach K i n t n e r For Coach falhert. Mathews a colored lad, Is the Red Grange of the Central team. HOLD SECRET DRILLS. The coaches of th« t w o schools are usin* the utmost caution in guard- Ine t h e i r Jme of a t t a c k in t h i s contest. Tiusdax e ' t r n i n g fo ind a number of former Roosevelt stdrs augmented by f o u r of the teachers of the school g i \ i n s the K i n t n e r team a hard scrimmage. Thp a l u m n i teacher combination ripped up the Teds but then t h a t was just w h a t was wanted bv K i n t n e r Wednesday afternoon f o u n d the equad hid out In the country for a secret drill and the same program ·"·as on tap for t h » final s'esslon Thursday afternoon Coach Calbert is p u t t i n g hi.s team through the f i n a l session u n d e r all possible secrecy and experts to have his f u l l strength read} for the big game of the jetir Both JS HIGH. hools nre M a l t i n g for the approach of the Zero hour. Ticke* sales i n d ' c a t e that a crowd of 3,000 will be In the stands for the battle Both I n s t i t u t i o n s ha\e been staging camp.l.c-ns not only for the sale of th» tick"'., but in w o r k i n g up enthusiasm Final mass meetings are scheduled for T h j r * d a ^ «nd Fnda\ The students w i l l be dismissed from school s!irrt]i a f t e r two o'clock while TVcatur Hish s t u d e n t s who have purchased t i c k e t s will also be excused to attend the frame. Roosevelt students and supporters a r e «ir,,^' ln t h e r c w N " orth «tands at Mllllkln while Central drew the South side seits Oh 5 es the bands ·will be out to l.\e n up the affair. FLOYD JOHNSON IS BARRED IN JERSEY Trenton. X j. o-t ;i_ (A P ) _ The Xew J e r « j s t a t e lin^ r ~- commission Wedncsrlav d e f i n i t e l y h.irred Floyd Johnson fron 1 f t c n ' m c r n New Jersey a g a i n as -, r. s u i t of his unsatisfactory S l o w i n g against Harry Wills In N"e\v«rk Monday night. This action w a s t,ie n h\ .N'e-.vton A. K. Bugbeo, st.ite b o x i n e commissioner. f o l l o w i n g an ln\ estipation into the affair. Tho ban f e l l late Wed. nesday despite a p i o v i o u s decision by Platt Adams, d e p u t y c,, mm i SS!OI , e r. that no action w o u l d be taken ngalnst Johnson Previous Games. Central 7; Roosevelt « Central, 13; Roosevelt, T 1922. Roosevelt, 20; Central, 6 1823 CeTitral, 18; Roosevelt, 7 1924. Roosevelt, 13; Central, 6 1925. FAIHER TIME IS Greatest of All Athletes Is Through for Good. Near York, Oct 23--(A.P.)--Tiie a n n o u n c e m e n t Wednesday that Jim Thorpe, farious I n d i a n athlete, had ben released hv the New York Pro- fe«-sional Football club because of f a i l u r e to Ret i n t o proper playing condition v^s coupled w i t h the disclosure t'lat he had married Miss Freda K i r k p a t r ck nf Tndicott, W V. Thev are now on ^lieir honeymoon It is Thorpe's second v e n t u r e in m a t r i m o n v HP ^ a s divorced last year in Oklahoma on grotinds of dc- STtlO'l. ' Thorpe came to t h f N'ew York tean\ from liock Island, I I I , which also holds a f r inchise in t h o new n a t i o n a l league, - w i t h the u n d e r s t a n d i n g that he must get Into condition to ob-i tain an engagement hero T w o weeks, ago he played against P h i l a d e l p h i a ! team but filed to show n n v t h l n t r l i k " h l = old t i m » Torn, nnd TI is w I t h d n w n lie has been handicapped by an i n j u r e d knee, which failed to respond to t r e a t m e n t REVERTS TO HOCK ISLAND. O f f i c i a l s of the New York team said Thome's contract would revert to Rock Island, but It is considered d o u b t f u l that he will play again this season Thorpe is "9 5 cars old, and in his failure to gain a r e p u l a r position on the local team athletic observers see the end of his spectacular athletic career so far as any outstanding ac- compllshm'nt is concerned He f i r s t irnmed nation-wide f a m o as a R r i a iron star at the Carlisle school Pcnnsjlvania. u inning a place on Wal'pr Camp's all-American teams of 1511 and 1112 As a member of the O i \ m p i o team of the latter i cars Thorpe romped a \ \ a v w i t h the all around track and field clnmplonship events, but later was deprived of his rrrdnls and a t h l e t i c clory by the discovery that he h,id previously lo=t his amateur standing. DR. HAROLD HOLMES WINS INJGOLF PLAY nt« rrnle Hartman In Title Matrh For Direr-torn Cup. Dr Harold Holmes i\ on the title match for -the Directors Cup of the Sunnyslde Golf Club by defeating Krnie H n r t m a n 1 up In T6 hoi" This match concluded the tournament plav for the 1925 season Pr J r Calhoun having won the handicap tournament from Art pan son for the President's cup some few days ago Pennsylvania Gridders With Win Over Maroons Await Illini Team WILSON COACH YOUNG- of the Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 26.--With a 7 to 0 victory over the Chicago Maroons, winners 1925 Big Ten title, Coach Lou Young and his Pennsylvania team is awaiting the arrival of Captain Red Grange and his "Fighting Illini" who appear here Saturday. It will be the first and last appearance of the great Illini star in the East and every seat at Franklin Field has been sold for th e contest. The fans ar^i hoping for a dry gridiron so that Grange will have a chance to be at his best while in the East-West-battle. Gridiron Camps ·M»:«W-***4»H"M'*sH"H"H"J ·!· 1 CHICAGO. Chicago I I I , dct f-- More e x p c r i m c n - t n t l n n n t t h o Biiards m a r k e d t h e « e r l i n of the Maroon an 1 f i t ^ - h 'jv i t c n i * - Wetlnesdav a f t * moon Hoi Ic n l i e H % li I'ark sophomore w h o Kot i n t o t l i e I J t in eramc O o - p i . the f.»cu that 1 * t n u i e 1 ui. \ \ l t h the ' j e t l i n e r s ' « t i si i f l i . i l I'om i to guard Paul Li writ »«· a!»c amonjr the puanls In the K t n i o Mes«"s. H l b b c n anil Pokrasi ure now out ba. lmi Lor t h e i r K b * DeM'.tc the cold ant* the T i o / e n fie 1 taprK g~a\«' 'ho squad a v i f f i o u s u\o- _ our w o r k o u t Se\e-al jnen of the \ a . s t w e r e b a d l v brin*" 1 hut tho i n 1 u r u.il to l o h n M D o n d U K h o u K h has been P onrt a thouirli ho sition f am h a l f b 10 prob Mcllon- i \ i n s r a fit.o ffinie » t i n s b l i f t e d to tint po- DVMK. _" -- H e ' ... i the f^r f i \\ Itll nUi.l OTI5K t r e Da le. In i o Kept the N o l l e H n 1 t^ ·.e*la\ % w hlclt n r . u i ^ t n e1\e to lay f 'I \ t i i n t i '1 eili K£ lie m \'t ^e l u i 1 i ?.nN v or^ u t n a i r e v ^ i r a l of t i i are iatl\er l n ' · t . f f slrupclea v I .1 opheri hut there a i e u 1 * e n o u K ' t tt kee i .Line batiirdav T tin n"t t ariw?s lanKe o f f 1 ii.tto is K ' m K tr b e mi lore sevftre t h d t i \ \ a s d.ntlo'Ui.itod for 1 a r l \ d a t e a i d m l p 1% havoc w i t h olnpara.tlvelv u n i t \ f P ! team Defen Koval ' b . l n d l Handicap Names Cm- .. ItramJiall Handicap Totals .. Mason I «M H u m s ("oonr-idt E N G I N E E R " 2n 1 110 1%,% .H 3rrl Tot 1J2 44' lit .",'! 1WI ,,i ~TC7 812 7«» 2241 its 91 14,1 114 Ji7 m ins 101) 151 100 Ui 715 711 20M WORLD'S CHAMPIONS DECIDE ON EMBLEM Plttuburgh. Pa . Oi t. 29--(A P )-- Th» PHt«burgrh N'atlonala. world's bcseball champions, have finally decided upon the emblem they want to mark th«m as the tltleholders. It will b« ·. Pirate's head, in the form ot a lapel button or a watch charm. Blnce winning the highest honor In baseball, the Pirates, until Wednesday were undecided as to the emblem. Some wanted a diamond ring: while othen voted for watch charms and numerous other designs. The players w»r» undecided when they left for their home* In various parts of the country, and the club management wa* forced to continue the emblem negotiations by mall. Cnur. ··There'* » m«n wrtaiM* who knowjf anjr of lb» p«t ««ts have s»r»°*»onMS»iy kci rue. off Xa-riPS fonrollx Kno-r . onard ]!ell f - L h u l ' / r't ; · \\ poien« }iobin«on P.. ev M t l n l v - e (Totals . Is* 2nd 13S 100 in 12T 1W l.TO ist 5 .. 710 o 1.12 .... lit l?t 1S2 131 8 art Tot ITS 4.11 IS 141) *1» 157 41K 1ST 4» 5 0(.9 207« 100 470 117 101 327 144 411 lift "o» GSS 701 Narre* Heinz . C. D. 01- \. I.EAOIE. OUT TO l en . Plalzbecker ·^chuennan bchoenl* Totals lit 2ml 1J1 171 7J 1J7 '. Ill 7B . 1JO l-'l . . . -«U 50C K A N T BEAT I'M. ' Hollanc? ......... . l.'S 92 C Bcland ......... l«o M Ko-»cl*lny ....... 317 73 n Boland .. . . . 112 US Connelly .............. 7G 40 log yn, 1)7 3 f l 100 100 T»tals 200 422 618 Uo" WOODPECKERS Xam«B-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tot r. Tinhe .......... . ..... 30* ion 11.1 Roberta ............... 110 154 1«2 87 HH«s!fr .............. 1^ 1»1 124 Koelmel ........... 50 105 *» Henneberry Totals 8i 107 02 . 4Sfi 81)0 Ml Idt STAY WITH EM. Mcltcer W» ft ITM "i TJirhe 100 87 K8 34B Ixiflus »* 12I» fl« 29 A. Platxb«ck«T 12* 115 US SchoU 12ft 05 140 Ann Arbor. MIC.I I t M m m e \ t t i e Dan c T * 1 f t o - n DM- *· On'** is ard f t t t in lin i e ^ s m e n out ot ' i»] iv f O f i t w a s \\ «· l n ^-'ld\ a f l e r n Ktt in \ n p f f - t h e V n ' \ n n jua/3 w.ia J o r t i d t o u r n c - U - b f c i u a e oC 10 f--eez np woathr-- It is hau* lo s.i hat w i l l hipp^n S , » t n - I u in t HP N n v y i m p if b u t .1 p n r t i i n 'f lie I'n/c ' P i v b iccepd 1 ii* 1 ! n u l u d i 1 * * \ o i \ M n n K I r f n H m i p i P t e I I I I P s i 'I t m** f-ul^ rf o a *, ^ [ v - ^ d ^ L l pa 4 .** bv an u n k n o w n i a co d tU\ » i a t " i l l fore** ( oa^h \ (^ n\ his ro iort«t to «-V I t e r nnd W( d n e b AV was 1u«t h i t soil o-f dT\ O u t M i d P I ,i«( too i o.d to h u u l l o a b i l ani» i n s ant-»d t h e « f l f i n i » n f m th' 1 (!^\ · M o n n i r n T tho*»j t i iclt« 1 i.it r°initr(* n b s u i u l o C°r a l n t v in -n i 1*1 UK i n ! i - - w i n ' Tlie U o M r ' n e ro I'lmn *t«» bicl»? *»M tha as been kept on t h e sn onJ «-t.r r tr t U v r * U'-inff the asl w e e k K it l t l * t h j n o e fj o r k i n j r out w i t h thf \ a i - i t v ·stamnia ,is at f u l l b i x k i n s t - u l of M f l o n d i Q p m n n Bibcock a n d Kre*l r u l l c i wero at h a l \ e nd m a d m a n called t l B n i H Tli** r o m b t a t i o n »ho«*?.' pow*r in w o r k i n g tho ^ t- p!aa t l i a t ^ oit has i n t p a r u l *?speoiiill; or the miU»hipiii* i ion A. Iov.a C iv low a ( c ' ·ns trampled smooth r eld \V*?dnoB«l.i\ u s hrouirh a f ^ n R [ t p ^ B I K H i c-lm.innKf « i t i 1 'IP r t « l l I nut * t h f K -t n i tit of the K » no \\ i h i U i ,r«1a\ a- \ K * I ' i .T\ r 1th ai i n i t ' t B«» t n i i nd t w o tf mi) t l i i t n » i* *I HA men WP 1 ^^ ( K iln (he f r f *-h ale ( 'ill ' i i r s i t v I H nd s K u f . \ i r ;ui \4 hut tnf ran ant 1 O Nell reserve back-i; \ o u n a r and V r t n ^ ' r o n c r . ends Ken! and Lambert, t a c k - f - \ . (fn« and \ o l t r n e r . euj-ida P o w e ' H i 1 M a n crnte*-* r n «e p a^e^» h a \ e h ul r r t ^ t l * a l l y n o e t v - i l o n c e i n c o n f e r e n c e i o ball flnrl a --e c \ j * e i t e j to s t a r t t h e u. i e afialnst the L t » G a n t s M i n n e i r o l l n Oct .".* -- T h e G-orhcr» were i 1 r i v e n han.1 W t d n e ^ l a v in p r e p a r a t i o n lor '-.it 1 1 day a sra-nic w l h \\ l«*conim. J'or t h » m -t-*t p a r t i l i a \ i r s l t y r e m a i n e d on tne i' f c n s i \ e t r y i n p to solve the U'lscnns n j , i \ » t h a t luu' bewIUIe'-* 1 1 t h ^ i n tha n l s v i t bef re Piey d i d t u t t c r . but F-J1, let a i i M i b f r of lonj? pi«i' 1 s K r t t past t h e m CP- ppt j t, v t.iose d t e i . t l v over the center cf t h f l i n n i. I d i c n c e Arenl'.of ^ n i o now efmfi C6" tain to tilio (. o n r a d f'oppT f place at cen- \fi, is s + i i l a bU r a ^ R f d In Ills passim? b u t 1^ ohowmir H f i d / In p - o v e m e n t He « I 1 start t h p R n m e Tut tie « t 1( f t entt s « - h o r t l i i r lnuro\«l form d'ltl now teeTis lu 1 M I * cllnchel t h a t position The t o u c h li e t m c e n t i a t i n K hi» * M e n - t i o n u p o n hol«it»i Inc ]pf I t a c k ' e and ptr- ' t c t m u a for \ \ d r J i'ias O^foiiHC IVIMANX. Bloommfrton. Ind . Oct 20 --A l i t t l e t l !n« l i k e a sno\\sim.n !ia« no terror 1 * ft»i I m ' i a n a The Hooilft outllt ( u \ o t t e d on t n o u - i i^ered J o r d a n f i e l d W e d n e S ' i a j ll w a s t n f o n l v d r i l l t h a t Ills been held h m e In t ^ e n t v f i v e \ ( ar^ Jiultr the snie t o n d i t i a n ? J l . u m d iv nicrht. tins s ]U i l u i 1 e n t r . i l n f o r X o r t h w e s l e r n . i n t w o P u l h i M n "leepc" H Ct n. h ^" A Inpin.ni Raid he p l a n s lo take t h i r t y - t w o p k t \ e i a In ad 11 t i o n ta trainer", do tors a n t ' hen Lor f » i u dent n i a n n f j e i s P l a n s h a \ e been made for the Hoosiei e l e v e n to practice fn the T u r - j i l p f i e l d a n hi*ar b e f o r e Coach T h l s t l e t h v . i f t e * « t men occupv the lot f o a - h Inm nn d r i l t t ' l h ^ n i ^ t i a«:tiin on new f o - i n a u n s \% v i ^ h a i r to bo ipruiiff Saturday \\ hen fied on the f p - h m c n I n t h e laJrt two v\ oik o u t s t h e y J J I O K d fiUt.LCsafu! MUELLERS WIN FIRST CAGE TILT Th« Muo'lcr comwiTUr basketball tean on Its flr»t Bam« ot the season in t'e eatln* «i« Cl Man D T. O '9. 20 to Hi t the M*JO ier KMnnflsliun %Vclnc"(la' iuht The Kiimo «ai th w. due to lack o rflcttce nnd both teams Ufcpd ell thel len l)e ind w a s hlffh point man fo luclle-'s. n i n e Merrill naa hlftll for th U T O H T i« M u e l l e r team P'PVS nt C l i n t o n Vov the MontlceUo S \ i u u I J cip»in« Mid W1S«OMV. A A i s O i t K 1 !-- D c s p i ' e t i p li t t v f 1 '! ( h e f i e l d L'o it h "Mt- t l ' f-ent the \ ns i v P'iua'1 i h r o u w l i a l o n p HC 1 1 inmate ·!»·" 1 1 i v t t h e fro shin* n w n o t r o l o u t M i t i n i ^ o t L p i i v i o n t h e · v n s l t x but 1 ,t*\ l i u l e S U H P C * | he var*- iv s t u u u 1 w i t h l n ^ l o nnd I ( n Hal mon Ivieua and I ,(i!iu*n in t b o b a c k f l e L d u 1th t h e l i n e b o i n c t h e sjine as 1 i«t v o»k ^ id t h e e \ p o t i o n of Iftft tackle, w hldi w ;s b o i n i r fi*- 1 1 d i n n bv f e i t l . T h e Oopher ! ne b u k K ilnetl en r i s m n a l l v t h r o u g h the v a r s l t v M c A n d r p w ^ find Dov 1 H a t mon 8 \ \ e e i i i n E the e n d w f o i s i x t y f ve ard«. made n t l u c h d o w i In t w o p , I \ B Th* v a i * f i t \ b j o c k i n K v,i\* i m o ro v el i n d t h e l i n e w R t c m i r u i n c \ I t h r e n e w e d vi*ror The terun e.uos £or t h e G o p h e r camp Thur»di HOUGHTON PLEASES BRITISH AUDIENCE London, Oct. £9--(A.I'.)--Al.inson J. Hough ton, tho American ambas doi, befoic the K n i g h t s of Hound 'able Club, composed of lUutlngruI^h d Drltlsh statesmen, officials am iKures in public life, f u l l y demon t i a t c d his a b i l i t y to ( a r r y on the on*? t u i d f l j o n of A n i e i l c a n envois o the Court of St. James cs after inm r speaker. l!io ambassador particular leased the model n followers Cms 1 At t h u r ly sajingr that Aufe- en C h a m b e i l a i n s a b i l i t y was large- y responsible for the Locarno suc- es}. OHIO hT\TE. C « i l u * i i l » i « . c .»ct i N » -- On a pnelie** fi» I c a \ ( r « d w i t h K n o w a n d slush Conch U it-e of O h i o Ma t o lifted a 1*1 tx t u r f * of f n -t iiid set ind t e a m T )ien In ct I m n i r t R C i _ i n--t i" f t ' S h n m n \ \ e d n e i d a v a f t e r - t ( » m d n n K o b i n B"11 13ib H*»IJ and H e r o n \ IM J9 v i o In -the b . i r k f l e l d Oor- i i!! iini 1 , ' u n n i n t r h n n stai ted at 'he end* L a r k « ( » n a i d Jteei 1 \ v e r e ^t lacklos. Young a n d \lveis K u i r d i w hltfl Ullery wn« ai r n t * r Unveiling of Windows Takes Place At 7:30 Clinton, Oct 29--Clinton merchants are all ready for the fall festival w h i c h opens Thursday e\en)ng at 7.30 when the un'vpiling of the windows will t.ike plnca ana prize* ·iwarded for the best decorations? Then comes the parade by the busi- ne--s men followed by other activities during the evening. Prizes have been announced for the best masked adult couple; *2 50; best M.in, $1 50; best woman, $1.50; best couple of children, }2; best boy, J l . best Klrl, »I. Tho Dowltt County National bank has offered the prlzo of a silver loving cup to the merchant who has the best window display. SCHOOL HOME COMING. The Annual Home coming of the Clinton C o m m u n i t y High Bchool is also a part of the festival and the activities if that program commence In the evening at 7 30 w i t h a mass meeting on the campus followed by a torch light parade and the sans will then KO to the football f i e l d and hold a w i e n e r roa«t. fin F r l d a v a pep meeting: will he l i n l d at 1 TO, followed by a parade t h f n the big football game with Nnr'mal lliph Thp home-comtng; Includes t h e rc- r i p t l o n of all former graduates " s t u d e n t s of the ITigh school and Is exported to be one of the biggest e v e n t s in the history of the institu tion. MAN EATING LIONS IN CHICAGO CASES Chicapo, Oct. 20--The man eater: of Tsavo, t w o lions, credited w i t h killing 135 H i n d u coolies, took the! last stand Wednesday--in an exhibl tlon case In th e Field Museum. They were presented by Stanley Field president ot the Institution. STEAL NEWLYWED'S HAT AT WEDDING New York, Oct. 29--The silk ha of F. S Drury disappeared while hi was being married to MUs Mabe Gerry at a fashionable ceremony In Trinity church. Sa he posed with out It. FUN! FUN! FUN! Big Hallowe'en Dance Tonight at Danceland Earl Voyles and Keith Finley's Danceland Orchestra Confetti, Serpentines-^Prizes for Costumes Cider, Doughnuts, Hamburgers, Pumpkin Pie, Coffee REGULAR lOc DANCE ani 1.1 and it itie M u i l l o N'ov ul.u n her r e t u n M l ' L L L I I K S C.M-- lh f ...... . . . . :t \N we- f ........ V iisov t ........... 3 liind c ......... A m\f X .......... O lull-in K ........... ( rilnn. c .... . · Tntaln 1- CI.INTOV iioi-- n. l i l l f . . . i uinincr, f . 0 H u l l 1 1 m l t l l 1 , ^n K .\ ' u i i i b a c 0 nno. fr 1 Totals . « FT. 0 TP FEATURE TILTS ON Roosevelt-Central, Clinton- U., High Headliners. Friday Games. | LOCAL. «·. Central, Mllllkln Red and Illini Are Ready to Meet Penn Leave for Quaker City to Battle Claw of K«M sectional Game--Lineup Stand*. Roosevelt field. BIG TWELVE. St. Mnry'» at Lincoln. UavuBii nt Fckln. II10H SCHOOLS. 1. HlKh ill Cllntun. Uemeiit at »ulll\iin. \Vcliioa at Jlo«rB«u«. Muntlvrllo nt Lcllo». Furnier City lit Oilman Cltr. (.rldli'y «« Lexlniclun. NoriiiHl Hltth at UurrkB. l.usnlle-l'era nt Slrenler. Sldell lit Ilnmcr. I heium at McLenn. Cnlicry nt Blelvln. Two* big games of more than or dinary interest are scheduled for play Triday. Roosevelt meets Central on llllllkin field In a game that li the classic of Intra-city athletics In Decatur. Uach school, having won two championships In previous years, will look for the decision this UnKerslty high of Normal .wtll he at Clinton for tho game which IB Clinton's homecoming feature nnd the high point of the year In the C l i n t o n homo schedule. Clinton has s h o w n excellent form In recent weeks and the two teams, consider- i n g sames played, appear e v i n l y matched. Clinton's play apalnst DC- catur last week commends them as a favorite In the game. Moweaqua, after meeting Its Tim reverse, losing to Assumption last week, will attempt to recoup w h e n Weldon is met this week, \\eldon has played some good games this seft'on, and last week held Bemen'. scoreless through more t h i n three quarters of tho game and to a 10-0 Bome'nt plays Sullivan. Sullivan was idle last week and should be In f i n e trim for Friday's Kamc. Bement has been held somewhat by I n j u r i e s but w i l l haxe Us Mil line-up of la«t week to pit against Sullivan M o n t l - cclln constantly lmpro\ Inp nnd t a M week w i n n e r over Farmer Cltv. Is ,,t I/eRov for a game. Farmor Cltv iilavs D r u m m e r t o w n s h i p school at Gibson City. Ixiulnvlll* Wlnn Aram. ^31 Friiu Kco. 'Rl . ' ' "^--' ^ P '"" I,r.u l s\ile '« inc s tmifc T*i«' B « \ ' i l h c ot '.he bnsc'iall m-rln Wi-imrmlf' ·!' tnr Stin K r n r e l s c n 0 '" -' ^"""l 1 «"« " Kood form nn? B thouich -louclietl I ir n n? l a f e t l ^ p » a ^ n a \ p r in "^ »rreo' du'itf r Th Sc-nlH \tifi\ t ' -co pitcher' w l i o w i r e f o u r d f^r c l e ^ n n h'tj^ Stiulrnt* n-lny ArMon. Di-K.Vt) ] I Oct W--TI* -M p - r t u ; i IV ffr u t u U f l n l i a t t u p } Illinois Stito Tear)i»T«' cr-llf 1:0 tho r v l o u i i in t h n a l h l p t l c K I I U · n»t m R t ^ r i a l l r * Wfln«^1a\ Thrt li-idlmt thr flKlU lo · t r i m i h c nttilellci" MM I h c v » » u l ) «P*H to ha*e liearinK ne\t Frlda\ Urbana. 111. Oct :· -- ' Kc-i) Grange and his I l l l n l are r.xl .'· r the march on P*nn Thursday afternoon U e f l p i r l n i ; squad of Orange and Blue n M r " ' i grace? w i l l e n t r a i n at 1 rr 'in uini 111. for tho cross-couniry 1ni nt 'o Philadelphia. P e n n s v l v n n l a The h a r d v Ban from st Saturday Is t r a v e l i n g ."r rond lm J t!mt k r i t M r l i K i. to-i ln!n« t uf'r for t h e f r a \ I'm! nf I'rnn. «IH| fluure fli Id i« di \ Hi* |ir»«r . · In Hi" 11 H I I n»"! " IH ' Nil ,? 11. t I «' u t.», IMP V , t Nl rl In t h e rppresi"ila!l\e e a u ' c r n f " ' I n ' team, n n d hopes t l i a t t h e r » ' n , w l n c ' i ha* I n t e r f e r e d w i t h t h e r i i n i i l t i i r m tick nn! 1'ie f i \vari) !'»»« i a c ·'- of morn llian one tc.rn t h i n f « l ' « ' hold off u r . t l l after fcatiirclny n't. i noon, 1LT-1M EXPECTS V I C I O H V T h e I l l l n l force* ar» w l l l i i c ' · m a t r h t l u ' r s l n k «f t r . i H n ' lino\vl"ilB:'' of ll'i- _n " n_c.i i « Conditions Right at Notre Dame Is Word of President V. . | ,. il- I. P »ltul rroKH-Tountrr Klin. Chair pa K n Oc -"I- rhe Conlnl 111 r i l s hl.-ll Mlioo 1 !-nnf.rM · i r » | i « i i J n t l U n w i l l be henl li«ic bptw* 1 !! h a h c n ' tin. r l i a i n p a l k - n - l ' i l i n n a f n o t h n l l R»m» In tlii- r n H i ' i s i i N of Il'mol* SUillum I h n n k i . i MIIB iliv I t In H n t l k l i M t e d thn l u n n o r q w P ] lake p n t Ynndhler lo roarh. rranH'm, 1m! oct t".i-- c \ P 1-- RobtM 1 ( rurzy' ) " \ n m l l \ i e r peerless r t a n k . m co'leKO basketball R l a r wliow r.ireer. n h i c h umi]l h»\» pxtontUrt t o the ond ' f t'lO c u r r e n t pei'Jon. was a b n J p t l v t«rnn- nalpd on n i V c ' M (« oMors l n n t u P C k hren «len»! hv (he a ,o^n n i V e ' U u u t h o i l l l i « In n s - « l K I ( Orlz ) \\i\sniT a LO, Pee COUP 1 . ^^ Inlra-Munil IlimketbiiU. T t n m N o 2 .Irfo.Ki-l Team N o 7 and Ti-un No S d o f i a (d ' l e u .·U to 7. in I n t r i i - r n u i il b u c K e t b u p l a c e d H t D e c n i u i hlKfc nchool I T \ I n t!io upcond CH u p OfM-n^p m a d e n i n e f'**M Roala for To I'll No. SELECT JURY TO TRY STEPHENSON Koblesvllle, I n d , Oct. 29--(A P.)-Ten fanners, a truck driver, and the nanagrer of a gas plant, constitute he jury whtrh w i l l decide In Hamll- on Circuit Court the fate of D. C. Stephenson, former prn t dragon of he Indiana Ku Klux Klan and Earl Klenclc and Earl Gentry, his bodyguards, charged Jointly with muider n connection with the death last Apt 11 of Miss Madge Oberholtzer of Indianapolis. FUNK SAYS "AIR" IS VITAL ISSUE nioommston, 111, Oct n9T-A.P.) --"The question of air scr\ Ice dc-' tense Is one of the most vltnl Issue* xvhlch will confront Congtcss at Its ^iext session," stated Congressman V'rank I; F u n k , In an i n t e r v i e w hor« Wednesday night. Congressman Kunk, th« micceMor of "Uncle Joe'" Cannon, of tho appio- prlatlons committee, favors liberal A p p r o p r i a t i o n s for the establishment of an air force, to be superior to those of all other n a t i o n s . DECATUR HIGH IDLE THIS WEEK IIIAMOM* (.RID BiMtnti ()nc cnr (iunrantrc Exrhnnite I'ri STANDARD SIZE II-PLATE 2 Year Guarantee Exrhanne 1' OVERSIZE II-PLATE STANDARD SIZE i I.PLATE Exchange Price 90 AMP HOURS RADIO BATTERY GLAN ARMSTRONG CO. 402 East Prairie Avenue. Phone Main 1:'7" ONK H1.OC K EAST OF I KVTH M. r AUK nine -- San Felice U recognized within die tnde, M die quality leader of to field. Note diat nkn«'inill r and fragrant flavor. It bring! yon foil *^g* f tatufacllon* Ne* LtrindbU Si* i LiaUm Felice 10 for 2Sc SANFtLICE ELVERSO- for 25«-- 15c RIDES THK ractw ^OTHINO U quit* w handjr f o r athlvtic tMR» ptafinf on lor*ifn fMlds u th* Traction. LikewiM. thia trivet oonvoniinc* nolds for thoM of tho ctudtmt body who go alone to ch*tr Tho "go and com* wh*n you ploaao" foatur* "' Traction schodulo* trii« til* otoqr to aoorw " f achooia and thouaand» · ' atndanta. NEWSPAPER! J NEWSPAPER!

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