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DECATljR HERALD' SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER I t , 1930. DECATUR HERALD riled hG CO. 1 Mm lift* 1* sHBUIlN lrh..n» D A I R Y IFIM [Cjr I, LSTOIU 1 r *Tfi^/ Jnl» ilwl ii ml In* i (MtMt [ET [ Stor* t IT lit I · fiwr OV1PAN* bit! Mff(il4r tt i rtilt'c* ·I L ITnnhlln Mn si run SAKD * co. VAt BANK M'CCV Iroprltliu? nrn, ·(= f f T IALX: NE11T ht Lunch fn HI BrM** HA EKL MILLIK1N_DOWNS CARTHAGE, 19-0; CENTENNIAL WHALES TEDS Blue Shows Improvement ' Over Contest Last Week \ Three Passes Over Goal Three Touchdowns; Line Works Better Sullivan Beats . Villa Grove in PLAY CONSISTENT QkdW Tilt, U-6 F'i'ilfty tn tftt(\ f f»*l imhrMen 19 title College 'f/ 1,1011,1! I nllti ill nf f ink" iif ihf fcv (|0 Will 111 1 |f id 0 in jam. t ( I 1 !' tiitwlv psww* two by »rr n u t ) tin* oilim I ' t o v l d t d Mllllkln (iiilnli luit tin* tSluc l i l ' i n f Hint It liart I H I*. I K li ft "11 t h e Coitit'll t l t t l -ill '«' I ll11 ll1ltHJ*.*i (if i ,ii i niniilni- ],) is w tind " 'ii 1li» ttlil'h "!! 1 ! l l t l K I U h f l f l H i l l , o p i n e d n U o in IM in t h e i irlhfi(( l i n o lliHini h u h I e \ l i n e kw ·«rtJ IVA..V. Oct il Okuw \allti) eleven bunded Villa t i i u m It* r o u i l h detoat tn »» ninny i a i « hero 1'ilduy by ciipturliur an l« tn 6 xrdlct SulHinn allowed Its Bupi tiui Ity tlirmiKhout and although Villa Uiuvii ruiiortad t» ninny MT.ZION WHIPS ST, THERESA IN OPENER, 13 TO 6 Stage Fright in First Period Costly for Coach Art Long's Eleven NALEFSKI INJURED BELIEVE IT OR NOT. --By Ripley. In tho last muirloi t h i y failed lo H t o r e Alt t,t v i u util runs Cummins und li'iunnifin umying (U.HHUI Villa GroMi'f* tiiiim In the opening M'l WON OcL wiced but same hl-An imotpeil- 1 St Theiesa Hitch ttchool nleven mad* Its debut on the gridiron hero Frtdu afternoon, find a(tt,r a shaky sttnt food foot- lone tountur period when Clou ion/, got looaa tor a 30 yaid that I'lfuiul t lie hull in SLOiIng position l'ti i to pliUH ttiult, II ovil bttll In llu opening fcnmo with Mt fiton Tho Irish lost tho game 13 lo Duntitotube fi to tl " huwhler Mt Klon eleven but the ball th °y Pinved the locals on oven I h u i l c t o r j SuUliHn up In t h e Lonluidci rims ffi) tin 19JO ion- fi i t m o t,iUl lllli Hir Situ iiilir; l I L I I I V A S t l t i . i unmil! t i UK i l il {hi ninnl it, a(t(n,(( u l i k l i nlili i! the I [MI In |IUn£ up i totul of I t f l i s t fit tt 111 to i|i 101 MI t \ '.l UM, l l n i i l l r n i I f! I ,1.1,. I I. U( r l l 111' I, 11 Ml 1. St. i * II t 111 i l l U ill K i n U III l I t l l t i It 111 II t H t l r, |l ti it l l r u i n r i u l 1 i i I i ncli IK (ihlmv it t u t i ti it Hr. I I mill i » ht n i! l u n i 111 t re JIULN II. HncltlJH i l i l v n i i i n lntlililiwna t litiitni I w u i mil i 1 i "ii 1111 Cuit hut. i w l i l t l i « n xjitt ti fl to Ainvr n pi(i i rft n i hint n h i l l l l n n t *nll Parili i lit Htmld n ion wlui u e/.unlcil l i t li i t f I l i n MI n Ink i Kill in il fa iili l i i t t i i lint t i n Htm U n a · J U K I I; ii| t . l uuii.lt, ul If It vuit did nnt ilmn II i i g , n l l l l tin liii)ittA«i.l r uli I [i f ( U i l l l k l u i tt i v . t n t l i l l u Him ( i t i m d ( i H i o l i t t i till* tlirniii,) I, «rurlii|; In -ii(li ul thii fliM Him* pfilnd*. In Ihc [ml i i i m r t i r .tohniini *tMrl«l w ml I us In in u tin ii. .uml ul' 'i tin in uli liiiniu U i n r Kit i»iii fur -fl'tnt nlit Rulni. there t*.i iv mi itiirlni*. t h i i M t * unit III'' lui"* ·· * iHvfli'tind It nr lit tliinki iisiin K't nurny nn *«inii* lnriK n|i(liit«^ In ( . m f i I n t l n i K i V l l l l U t l n t si mi- j i i n t J i r i i i Ihi* Him liml MiK It i l l t i l t |,ill Id Un .(i ·.mil lliiu In Ul,, f l i n t V«ilOi HIM m m l i i ^ tiuu i II H t a r l t d funii J I l l l l H l i i " IN j n ' t l I"" win m f It Irtinvui i i i n i L t p t n l o(«i at llitnk * IKIIIH i n i A f t i o wirtl r e u n i f y iilnl In iniiViliir, "MI iiiitii"HKt' f l i n t ituMit. unit 'InilW t h t t i u H till the Jl ^H i Iim I t i nn mill I ' t t i i a niiitli tii hi u id Iti t h i n |'l i\ i nnl V I u' .1 H't'l I "It ""I n | i ' w u 1'Ht'H t Hill, i ii in I In }. ml H u t k't U 4i in \ n i i t i 111 i M ii t( Mi- 1,-U I II ] III I X l l U j lilt \tintlii r "Vlnri ti A f i r in i t Inuii i f |'um s tilt. Yin si 111' I \'« « nut m u n i ) tuiii IK Hill til M i l I 111] I .III -UK LI liUC tn i tii.iui i ii Him i.v i i i It1iti)ri T i m i M i l i l It iliti luill l« III' ( uiltiiti i .1 \ inl lln t m l t i t u nlil mnli i uli Ix M i n h In t u ] MVI Htitl In ' M l " ! l i i i ' k t i n i l '.l I'll i li»it |ii i in I i i tn t im i tltu i i n ifi nl ttu i i i i ilini ttiii. tni imi iVli Hi t l i n l i l i t l nniiUK i uml 'hl« i l n i i Al M l l l t i H ' H i v i H l II" 1 1'i*H lnl» 111* "Ilil M u t I n i mill H U | ' ! ' l t l l(i H i ml fi i Ih 1 l t ( ) l i l i«tl m i t i n |h i Un it fi i t i n i xtui f i l l ! nc.il K"l ' f l t i l l | H ' l l l l l l IJil. 1 Iii tli ( l i l t i l 1 1 ilnd n \l l II Id ti n in tit «m il unti uf \( tt |iiiii i ( ( i ill, ( mllmpj f u n '. in] l in i i i i t l n u i itttfinpt nl tu | u ii t n( t tin iflitlto r /"«(· lin i t t itl. k mi jiiutlnlly Ho, u«i » m i ii i i Millikin'H Imll Hi tin U II i .1 \iiHl lint' ' V l l l l c i n ,,11,11, UM nll ,| | ( ,«t flvlt In tin, i ( i l i i , t tiil \ kit onci m i t e n i i i i p (| i,i, it (ltl ii tiK«ed a ·S! Mitil ( H I M in t i j u i i fin the 'Mill tnitliiii «n l i i n l uti'U wns Ion Mi. H l'11-.n i.iiud Ih . f VI ·. ] i i i x v t i t t KtitilKl't inn riu.l M i l l - ( . I v I n K of firm i n n uiti u i i uliitloti tu ·nil l" HI « Millllctn trlod u n t p n i i i u i M u i ( ,im|ilotctl for (J'tiii nf Vi i , N fi in \ ( , tn Incom- 1 M»nml .mi itui i. t ii | i i ('itt i f l ( n for n I ti nl t u u liih i. opti 1 ("nitli/tfi H toini of LEGGE BROTHERS " LEAD HAMMOND TO WIN OVER ARTHUR HAMMOND Got "it--The pluy of tha l.c-KftP tuothtta our r It (I Ham : inond t» an 11 to 7 victory over . A i t h i i r licit) Kililn} Both tinned in i a linn hdown riplrec durtns Ihu first hrtlf on luiiK i nd inns to give llain nioiul n 13 0 Irntl In lh« third pe iliui t' VIKKK interceiitid tin Aithur In the iiut i«siloil ami mo hoicfut of ovettlng tho score In the rotuin garno In Detiitur St Ihtrnau* llti( auttvraa /rum art ilttuckof utn«o fright In the Hint pc- rlotl, uiul allowed a Mt Zlon man to alt)) through unil block u punt on the 15 jard Hut Helaeiman sprinted overXioin ]|ut, and tlien plunged for Ihn extra point Ml Zlon dominated piny throughout the tit it half SofiTd On Fawtmt Thd othir Mt Zlon at.oio came In tho third qwiilcr wh«n "RabbiU 1 Helm rnian ugnln hioke lootc He 1uirn.il In Uo lima u» foi 30 yards unil unothci foi 2ft troaslng tho goa line on Iil» flnul sprint St Thucsa ojiencd tiji In the firm porlort ntiU ft fciles of paasca took tho ball from the IHoh 20 jnrct lino lo Mt 21lon 1 ono yftrd mai ker where Wrlftley carried II ovei on u c-rlss oioss Yodel Iihli fuHbtick turned In some ntu palni; ilurlnf the gam? white NnlefBltl pltiycfl a utrong In the line until ho iccelved n hroken hand He will be lout tr thi team loi Ihc roat of the acaunn Pruc tit ally thu entire St Thtrcsik Htudent · body followed the team to Mt Klon foi thfl ifumn Coach Art tciiin n u c t ^ the Dceatiu uiiil on tho wtt play run 60 i, nit Is tu SLdi fi-tidiip of t h e M n i t it i;. I nil!. I i ' n1x If B | » h !(, I i l i l i n l i f l M l . i n ri J t'Ji 1 i d , II M II [t ·-lull HP ..... li li I r. *li n The mn wns tha I (II) finrtiL H |i In Ml tn Aiiw IhltUe) 1)1 l( 1 ' n t r l n l i 1C I ' M t n (Jt f)"]ln llovt fl--IS - t BETHANY TRIUMPHS ,OVER MOWEAQUA, 13-0 MOWKAQITA, Oct II -Two touch- ihnvni In the lint quarter Kaio Be than V n lit to D trtumjih oxer *liln hen Fi Itliiy' Thi 01 in i' an 11 lomitt of HOK^O'R 16 ynrd run Huntct wan downed on the ona foot lln but Iiimcnattr rairietl t t , - - tut i nn Uif n i t t pis) The nocondj^ 1 ,! ·Mint* romiltetl fioiu a 33 ".aril n i n i i M }^ MtiHiiin nflcr he hud intoicfptnl JI'J a pnii M i t i h u l l placed kleked for I'linl nesOMBH on Druitin wack 111. HI ill II l ·rr t i n in « \ i i i Mi i nil It I 1 1 n ii l(o j It II nM ti, Cli Iht htltiH rt tin i k l ' i t|l (·iintuil 11 K«rk«» t l V(KI r ft Mcum li flow ni'rl 111 / l O t h (1 I ii Mhllln rt DrillTM ix 1m . Miner IK II I I xt'i It Jnin II IMlliX.lt ilh Itiltlnn I I[f1«. I'ltlftl II llocmr (i. 'Inlinimi o--n (i- n 111 II IK " _ _ rliPi, ~ "l i in li tint Jin nflm-onim i l nt.it th IHI*] I mil BEMENT SUBDUES OAKLAND IN LAST QUARTER, S TO 0 Oil 11 A 1, Diiskell In lh« last i|tmrUr Uenif-nt Illffh ii 6 to n v l ( t i n ovoi Onkhmd hoto Filtliiy In 11 encounter in till H Wi! '» i M i n i ii I 111 I I C M i lull ik ' ) I u ii I mil ijtftrr ]ti ·M.ittlilni 111 Midi. II III S.niMt 1 r |iii .t i n !· 1111111*" M H u tiui l i t l i ' l i M i m I li I. nn I? i Htil ittlilll. I]n Hi rli I \ l i ful KlliiiM rt Inilo li Iliwi.ub rirrr TK \1 tiitmtt . JliirrlH tlUjpnlmlid It Mtlunir Ir rll Hi n o~ o Tinli Mulllll.s fut Mttrrni i (n ^ oil M U K A i l l IV Knlil i ( .It,i,in I liilKr M . J I I H U nkin r M limit) ilti I ft tl tur hntoro C It", for i\WI K i t . rrf Wl r I l I'll -I ttna RANTOUL DEFEATS FARMER_CITY, 19-0 I'-ARMtCR cm ~5"ct 11--Rnntotll iiiihtd ficrow two touctidftwiis In Ihe ln«t ttvv minutes of ptuv hore Friday to tlctfiat Fnrnior Cltv, 16 to 0 Until that time thu lot ale hail fltonpod ev- ury Unntont threat except tlio nccur- att' too o( Znwlirs Run ton! halfback who twlco hlcked field Konla One wnn frnni tlin £0 vard line anil an- olhcr fiotn the 12 Znndow and Knswniu.H!) tlivn cut loono In tho final quitrtpr to scoro « touchdown Apieco A 40 yaid pnss *ave Farmer City Us only Htorinn chance* but Rantoul belt) on the 10 yard line III Sl ' f , 'nr Ik i 7'". i - ' u ' * * * M i l l r " 1 i i n ( l i n n frt.n M l l l n i n , l i t li.r l u n l n ill I u m i I, r llulllhi '·»« ( n I «1) Atlhlifiuii t r " f f 11 Hill ii i r Ipt r fur " f.r 4t i if stfi^ii, tar fr'aw t m i In i, |M Vuti / t \ M i i i M i l ! I', ,1 I It 1 lit I'i) Ii I nil i Li t t i f 1 u li I K M Hit i t ML' .11 I n !· rt t l (ui %i vltlti I I K N . I I I Hill i Hi 1 ti tut' ih Mlt. Ii II (I v n , i f n' rin in. i lu Itnin.) il qi. IK M i n l t t i U IhtK ((I iti til Drill nil tirliiknnltr nHHIInuin } I "u o-- o (1 13 -15 I l i t ' i i d u i t u i i r h l t i i m Kninun I lul I itntilH-- /^nilduiH (.) It^rtrt -- tljirno I I , ail IliwHitmn--WllluiiUi _ LATHAM PREP HURLER HURLS 2 HIT VICTORY HBA30N. 0« 10^-BHllnBs Lath am'a »tim* ont king, held Boason to two hita hei» Friday to give hl» team a 4 to 0 victory Billing* 1ms struck out M men In 3S Inning* of bannball this (alt Hi (anncfl 10 Ben won ftthloto* FrldrtV « immnr} I SI · ll I II in \\l i rnliH EXPERIENCE TELLING FACTOR; TED FORWARDS FA1LTO HOW T«d Harrison Leadi Purple in Rampage Throttfh RooKvelt Team FAVORED FOR TITLE My LLOY11 Friday was u RretU day in Tli* Purpto ·ffMftUo* faww It wmi * food faotMl tout, u« Mb lu tint ally win, wd pMriMr · «Wy tltlt in ntftA, tt mwir mti* a rtiMwty baiwrltif and drlvlnt that at tlmw had iti toMjMrimMid IOM completely btnrtldtrtd. llMrifOM Wan Tbmmy IUrri*on, fl««Woot#J Pur- lle «od who thro* tint** irotUtt around l«tl w(mt touchilownn, WM tbt Individual »ui ot th* ifum* but h» WM eloMly lr«Mfl for nation by "ftwtty" He- Glen Summer*' life. Through five yenm an couch at Centennial Junior High nfhool, (nee Dur* fee) he h«« sent three grid ie«m»' r ' l(UW)1)n (uH-wwh. "^ *»* . KQ ,n n t Roo,evett M nd J ohll() l «i«^r. whc« work w« I.M Hill, Wttl junior i-ivdlit, without wlnnlnit a il*«lnlon l*nt y«»r hi* I tnwpt.r Inn ceil eleven wa* humbled I tX M pQWVlftll K(K)H*VI1t tlnn, S3 to 0 Till it In Knottier y*ni, and Itiwo ehnnKcil Friday Sumiuern «it on hln hij^eh Ht 13«c»tur Hl«l» fkld und HKW III* JWO" · l(\ 811, Clj(ht of) ttltom pluycil in I nut year f n *junt*, ·iil*fl th«lr way u n h f n l l a t i n t t l v ilonnl but JuHt »« friNN tlMrir *w» M Hne VN Uw HDcuIn* kkfe»tf r MetiiM*nn ptanfM the Ml down the fl«H tor ttnw tint down* vnt H»rHwMi to*k U tt yart* «M ovrr the gtwl HIM MI th* nnt of N* hick (of pntnt WM wtt4. On tile MKCOnil )))»' »ft«r th« it»rt ot the ut-iiond *)u«rt*r, U»rrti«i tcelfd off 41 ytrdm ground liU own rUht · t nl for unothor new*. ROOM- volt WM wuijht kound M)«*|I on UM through » K r«»n t»l»y. »ntl Fnrtoh, lt(« Wly hud u chance lo mop Hftrrmon WM neatly Uh*n outlay Morvan, C»n- U u i n F(tlln«!v t h i but thin WM Ceil- «l v«lt the zcri) B U« \lctDiy ^(jiitcnnUil bmumcn the oJJ-on favorite to continue on I to He flrnt city rharti|ilon*ihl] Onl » victory o\ci Johnit Hill In ihcil | Arnilnttce Day batUu villl b» noci »· tnoit point wa» chert. In Third QMrtM touohitowitH e»n» In Out i Th« rim WM »n *)· plienUon of Harrlnon't pr»»l- . w h u n h . * ! - - - - ynrd lino viltti · 14 x»rd run lulur In mum to hnv« a chiint," UXI'LANAIION OF YB8TBR- DAY1 CARTOON Then Albii Can Write 8 Dlttt rent n (,'iu OH lit tfiti Suinu Time Ml SB Albn who has tinned her fingers so she can write sis different figures 01 (fitters! slmultnncoimly with the old of chalk extemiJonn, lifts bein on n vaudeville circuit ir Beilln Gtnnixn und other Euiop Wylllc in out; ot thi playcru who evt,r iiveJ and wa« chimplon of Ihc woild from IMT to 1859 frojn IfWI to 1S76 und a)fnln from 18T7 ti 189-1 a. total of 41 - « r*''n oiin l»t verified In tny WyW\ LWIK Tlmu Ch**«ir (M,^ of checkers Cliam||0n j Wimiu\-.*"llH 4iimhllne ean newapdpfi H hnv* about thin uiisiial fi.«t tialnlng ' cramnienti'd or PURVIS'XYARD PASS IN , LAST PERIOD DEFEATS REDS r-?claltv for their «tc*-llcnt Interfor- mcc Minn Ing Redrting and Blnek- bum thf ned 1 ) 1 uuatrt exct'lled In line plaj For Matloon It waa Wll By ,1(JHN TUBNKV MATTOON. Oct 11 --The famed tons; arm of Duane Pur- VIH hurled defeat m the face of « or ,' in) i" Howard Johnson thai cai- titlc aspiring Decatur High rled off honora Tluit Ray fiex «nd m Kr« F r ,A»» niBht as a l ' u » n « I'u lvl!1 w(llfv lllt It^JInK pcr- fOitnrrH foi ruth siile noes without question Mnlloun cnmtilrled fovn out ntne pntwcs lulIn^ the jfimi Decatur WHB alicoeHMfnl In only two of nlRlit attenipts mast of the tries teurn hero Friday M till Ml III rl I limit. l|i Mil-tin tul, Htm n l fli HL* n I 11 IHI t nil i I ill ]. w limit r! JIu s III Unrki Mnn lull EH r D "_ ...+ _ _ _ II-I 0- li LOVINGTON BEATEN BY GREEN ATWOOD ELEVEN, 14 TO 0 ATWOOD Sept D~ThroL blocked punta onu of which resulted in a wiMv anil tho other two In totieh- dnwna go\e Atwood High 11 H to 0 victory over Lovlnxton heio Friday afternoon Tn thn second gunner B blocked punt rolled ont of bounds In tho end zone for n Nafrttj In the lust quulUr the second block ga-m the Rajtihs the brill on the ao yarl line AtwooJ tnude first down. and after Lovlngton hitd helil tat three dom,n« Baldwin took the hall nine jards for a score Bennett fell on the In at blo .tod punt h i h l n i i tn goal line \x Hi)IIIIl It It \*. J n k o r tt I) I h h c i f m r i l l O I iin [H ni TlnMtilii (i* ' ii 1 OVINCJTdM ro It icj rl MISI(r . . it Alrlillm .. c KMUIK .... I ' Mnrch It Tuvliir 1.1 fOllltl* qli AlOMil.lor rh Hltwltf-finl f)i r tinier 1 lltinlil n it · him h. i V lor rli I i m k fh Mllh-.tllllll 11- I I I [Htill II i r J .1 r it ^ lmlh ( l l n l IIHlll Mt linlH ( t i l , 1( , !j U IVltU-r If I l ' U l l l K c t i l ii-- Id i l l 11 nil l l t i m t i i n i i -- i i i Ii CHARLESTON T. C. TRIMS ASSUMPTION ASSUMPTION Get tl Chailol- lon T C High won n 13 to 0 necl- si on over AHSumpUun In o somewhat rugged pnmp hire FYldny nfternoon Charleston T C acoied its (list touchdown in tho opening peiiod, when a Ions put**. Still Ions to M liner took the ball to the two yard llnp and Coli' took It over on the thiltl play If M l t I K l i i . S M i l l , r Ic S ' f l l i l n r l U , (lull! u t t MI-JII1S (0, tt Clnrk IK '/HtKa IMrn rt M»nl rti It l i n t |1 t i i n t n - l t i l i n Ic 1h It Snmll If TrllM l|li Hrrllljon rll ^n mt i Him rcr f r o m JdC Tlippc Ml Mrtr m. N Y In 10 roun/h or flsrhilniH^-Tr^;! heio Friday night \«mii,,i,ii,,n a crowd of 2 000 wild rooters looked on Gay Kmtner's Reds outplayed Mitttoon for three qunrti'in in tlic jjnmc Unit wtui expected to decide tho ItiJO Bljt Twelve ehanipian- ghip But with the itcore tird, and fnend with thu piospect of a final dondlnuk Punh tm(0(k«l hh light aim In Ihc Inst fliiarlcr ivnd t h r t w a 31 yaid imssi t» rtH.no thnt apell(d DC- cattir'a mln The final score WBB U lust piovious lu tho all-lmpoi Lunt hfave, Pnrvia had utlempted Ihe aamo thing only to havo his pans go ovei tho Dtcalur goal with no Mattoon player near tt Attempting to punt out of danger, tho Drcutnr uplrai v/tia weak and Mat toon took ptMuossloiv of lh( Imll on 3T ynrd lini llltlll PlUti It wn-i Ihc^i that the Rtsda tlKir title hopes dusheti I 1 fumbled a paaa from cenEer but te- covtretl and mn far to thu side of the flold from wheie lie suddenly shot the pigskin lo Guno wailing oi-rosa tho goal lino S juiilB away. Until that the Decatin'a domineering play made a fl-S tl end lock up[car evident Neithci learn acorcd during, the first two quarters although Pur-: vltt and Ray Ilex waged their en- 1 pocled duel--Purvis skirting the i-'ntis for creditable gains while Rex It opt throwing himself through the lino for consistent yaidagc At the stnrt of the third quaiter, Purvis bioUe away for hi a only detrimental tun of the gam« Ha eanied back the hlckoft GS yarda to the Redd 29 yard line Here he gtiv« un Inkling of whut waa to conn, by tosaing a pnis to Kulkrs that lert the bull on th« Eeda' four yard markoi The Decatur line bmced againat Its biggei opponents Zellcr and Purvis gainlntt but a yard apiece Then Puivlu hulled himself, the remaining distance foi a touchdown Ho missed un attempted place kick Gay Klnlnei H tiullanU los*. U Iho occasion ul thlii point and f u K an n In II Hunt b5 yard nmreh down Uie fit til that waa haltud on the '2 yaid line by the jrun ending tho third quarter AB thn final period opened, Rex and Keller pounded the Mat- loon lino three times before thn squirming KHlei went ovei Rex's drop kick for point failed That tied the score until that far flung paos thnt decided the J^stif Thnt Dccntui held tltc edge on Mattoon foi the major portion of the Bailie can be evidenced fioin Its 11 first downs to eight by Mattoon The Rods also missed two other gcoilng chances in the second quar lei when Ray R«x failed on attempted tleltt Roals Hla flist fiom thu 37 yard »ni hud dlatnnc« but wldt hlH aecond frnni the 23 line was blocked niiokfl«U Slum Keller Hill und Tuinlni were iwt-| stiuidlng In the Red buck ft el ii c? of iom!nj,' In (tic final period nfter Uuttnon bud tnkcn the lend MONT1CELLO NIPS. CERRO GORDO IN LAST PERIOD, 13-0 cnRO «onro"bct ti--An in icrccjitcd PISH and a blochetl punt In tho luflt (juarlet «uve Mrtnilccllft » 13 lo 0 \lctftry ox»i Curro GorOo Friday nftcr thp two clo\tn(! hid firon* scoielcw foi t h i f e peil'xtjt Watts a-N cnunteil for Montkello'it first urorr doing over fioin ihc f l \ c \nrd line I *tci» ef *lii other Inlc In the final minitcr nn a (rljile psRi" plavl Die RaKCH hid hlotkcd · Curro' tlorilo punt Ccivo CSoidon lone scotlnjs (hancd piimc In Ihn tniiti perioJ when It ap A 11 u t L l u l l l in tl li.llcllllt, lit ]1 ,, A Stln ml H I D i|l l i n l l u r 11 iifi rli W H i l i r i i 1 Bt'tji )iy M u t win M A . I ions u i I tli am rt MilliMin n I hnrii i . ll Mill t i t tl \Uili . I. [ t i h n r f i r t l i i.nun Hi -.V11 .mi Iti I H i t In fl /olluin t s a 7--11 f C Hi-ortiu lnu.Jl.li)\11ifl--Killer I'linli Glllli) [' tilt !t I l l f f [ (I IHr) mihstliml'iiB n l i i k i i i r f u r iism 11 t i allnti tui noj C. i t i iiilfn for Am mtlm I Kilnn f I U u r t l t railrr lltllilltir fup t i f n l i i i i "I I N }· l i n u l c r I t u r k IDT , I mi I 'I ..... t i l l " In Iliu tiimii \ in i n lui ' IUIOPOLIS ELEVEN RUNS CRUSHER OVER MAROA HIGH, 51 TO 0 oils iKickflcM fl'wept around Marou s ends without being stopped Friday afternoon and rolled up a one aided ·il to 0 acore After Graves brolti loose for a 41Vyard touchdown sprln In the flrrt few mlnutet of tho games, the tiack meet waa on Coach Whleller usod every man he had diir Ing the game, but Maroa woe h«lp- 1038 from the start Hedlick'* 4!) ji»rl splint In tho final quarter com pleted the days lout (61) M M 1 I 1 A (ti' in, i rtiiith . , rt Clmutititi t litTM n ol . . IE M,IH|H It inn 111 fuDK ft WJImi'i . 'ilu It i S i f r O n i M H ; AI b o l t jjimn ) ninm n f t r it n m k r It Hull } tn H l i n f t i f Mmllh i t ll ixti) i t i ry ki r u N^J f b i t ill It It III rirmuB, t l i MHIIN [I Oct 31 Cuntonnlat took lh« Imll un liiu opuninir klckoff and marched It Ht might down vhe field for II* tirot touchdown and fiom then on it never faltcr.d whon A scoring O))|mr tunity pren«titciJ tixclf Koosovelt n 1011 r a i noun i on tho other hand, failed to make « single flmt down from wciliumwK" and bobbled two nhnnc«it to Dcoro an break«vof the mini* Cenlvnnlel run up a total ot IT flint downs, | *vsry one on nlratt|ht footbsll Experience coimtn In lhl« g»tr, football every ilm« »nd It In only explanation foi thin (iuitri«r on tb«flr»t bv tcl The fIIMI uweMawR «MIM tot* In Uw fiat*. McOUMon 1 * pwrt Ilk BOBtHH^t 1 * II S«H IHM WM fumliM by tt* twelver wrf · ODlMmUl rnwt r » c « v n t » « . wd-f pl«nJnK by B-x-bt*!, Mm- BfH-l, MKMMMHI Mtt OftMW It tw U»e H»l, Md OTMt kkkf4 UM potnl. end B»Hey do much M l' =1 , «'*J'i'S'". J lutloii w«i« nlh« but Parton'* punt* war* ut- M MrtUwtrwn'*. Th» worthy «f ·nd for Roouevell had nln« giecn ni«n play. n*wm.v*lt 'T»jt their firm intia-dty (r«m« ' BMfl * v * 11 Futlure uf HowwvHt'M line in hold on offcntM or dtf*nw MM rnvfor. It ftllowmf Iwokn lo plunge unit through for rxtra nrdit, nnil It fullrtj to rtlvp any hind nf ·lil t» lu own Imll (wrrtm. And lnMraclv, It wan (rr-Jmi »orn 1 4L14IV "-IP I I * ' - fjl P 4 M |J«V"1 « I ru T* * 1 1'f |. I -L l-l- |f~ - - - - - - . . ^ pnmod as If Cox would t nrn biirlt ««*'nmv* and b . . ± i - k . b ^ * j. _ _ d ____ t, .i^ u _ I Ht I lliri'*a- ··Hijh' on ho jmrt of 'h* Pin pit forwArdi thut inadf poiwiblo tho triumph Prom end lo em) th"y plu\*d Oond 1 PM«W of them tnd living CtntMtntnt dW not tonc* Uke to th« »lr Th* Tuta' PIMM tf»ve thtm txvo eh»t*««# t» MCOW which they weit un»bl« w m»ke gooO. In the flrtl qtrttttr p«rtoti nhot * M Y*r4 h«wr» to Bdiley. putllnn th b*» «i OtMW -- ' nwrkw, but »tUr four Montlcetlo punl foi n louchdown He null stopped bj 1ho tnfelj mf»n on MonlIctlln H 10 M i l d line A I«1 SO crow! flfiw tht mi 10 r,imi to oi frtotlwll und Mill,- Iii A 1)1.1 II 11 Kill il I. ii i nil \\BI1ii Jt.n.B llmrg nwcpt the entile lln* off its feel hi one ni«h. Ftodriinit MorKn 'Mouli-nborourth RmTHtdnl-- lo nmne ihc sinrti would ho in nnmc'hul:'«"'thiril itttmpt WM jll Hen:n of tin-in jty Ha*ten»eld futlK Hn« p!»y«, O«nunnl»1 twit tin down* th* *tnrt of the fourth qunrUr punt wa* p»ttl*)l!? blocked »nd rtown«d on hti own *3 yard lln* Two PMH». P»rtoi W Hallcy, WIT* itood for 10 i W Still i 1 kin it IVrrv t-'Sin n WtHcr 111 11. i t . ii rli n ill T hv 111 nii.l A l l en Millltldtlltl - M l i l l n !» 1 0 19 ____ K m t s I "in Friday Grd Results Minililu 1» ^ n i t l m h u M l l t l O O U 13 IJHIltllf 1J i iiitniiiliil )3, Ham« nil Ul /Ian 11 PI limn 1 "!! Mll.ll hMlUMK I ilidoltl I 1 ! V h r n 0 lHll.iv t I l ] W i l l l l . T Iliiininniiil 1*. AMImr * H t ) L » l l l 61 Mltroil 0 111 Vllln Urtiif I lui n*ii I S Juhimfon * U * f. n M(in*nim U Wohlcrn TinH-tiirc 19 Mil iik Iti mi ni SO HTM I p"! i Q l m l j nnri ) lit Inn 44 Mount t'ntoi Antilnnti t Konion. 0 Utovt t Ity fl, Jnhii furtDli, 0 r at n. lu.li ; Hrlnnt.l1 On ) uiilmh r i m it, Mimtiintim 0 OLNEY COPS FIRST WIN OF YEAR; BEATS PALESTINE, 12 TO 7 OLNEY. Oct U^Oliiey milled In Ihe last half hore Friday, scoring two touchdowns to defeat Palestine, 17 to 7 It was tho Tlgm' first win of the soojon Tli» OIM 1 (13) Mooru l* l . v r l m It I nnil nl). rj[ r « rt Jtlcobn ro * Van floi* ub Luliwiild Hi TnnniHoii rli I t H i f r tb T I M KTtNE ( J ) ro M u r n h r rt Wnllitr . . rn Hinntlultl c, DoFolnwr In Mirtln It t Brumlty . )* HorrU *lb So»M rli. Altntnntlor Itl ahownltlor ft) E Hrumlfy il)-- f T o w n l i l l*olm t i f u r tu.itli.ltiTrii~scr.il it t ni*-- 11 mull i ou l w v* *--1 0 wiipon DANCE SUNDAY N I T E -ELKS- Country Club 8:30 to 12 Metropolitan Orchestra IQc Dance Every Fourth Dance --FREE-- Dwtce Every Sond*y Nit* Grand Opening SATURDAY, 1 P. M. Alhambra Miniature Indoor Golf Course 1063 N. Water St. The ABwmbr* B*H Room HM Bern ConTtttod Into THE MOST BEAUTIFUL « ·nd THE MOST SCIENTIFIC Indoor Golf Course in ttwCwitr.il State* IS Hoi** of M* moif mf*r«fh'nf Golf yon havt wmr playid Admluion 26e 1 M. Wntwooi in* JFWSPAPJf: tflHCHIVE*

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