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OECATUR HERALD FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1930. UbUAlUK HtRALO ILLINOIS TO MEET NORTHWESTERN IN HOMECOMING CONTEST FAVORED TO WIN CRUCIAL CONTEST Green lllini Expected To Give Hanley's Vaccinated Crew Battle PLENTY OF SEATS WILDCATS STILL Saturday Games Expected Jo STABTINO II, UNO.* $wnn*"h, I ......... Under, 1t ft. fkiitmnn, tt ...... ...Hllry, It jetwn, IK ..... w«lw«rtt», He flunrr, w .............. ClmrK, o Ovflmun, rpt ........ KVIIIW, tf Htll!, rt , ... ...... Mitrvll, rt Owen or tiiwwll. n. ,Oll|ih»trt.o Chnttln »|l ............ tewch, |h Oorry. Ihli ......... Mnwrr, llib Ywmiftktift, rhb .. ..Itttnley, rl»b Conovcr, ttohlnwm, (b ttontner, or S chill U. c-- Dr. J. f'. Nlunols iplrn - Anthony (Yale) f''l" ll JiKlK* -- Fml Ymins (Illlnoh We»ltynn Mead Iliwimnii- OnorK* Li. Simpson (Wisconsin). Cltiflie hcKlii" ul " p. in. WIN *nd WILf. will hrnuflrnM. Tlchct hfitittii will opt'rt at ft a, ni. Fitul tli'kdt In mftln mamts rind bnlffinli-i will tin itvfilltihhi tf fill ron«it» up li Kiuii* time Vroc jiiirltlnK nliH'OH o|wn "t B A. in. Slmlliint npnw 'it 11 30 fi. (it. CHAMPAIGN, Ctei. 17.-Illinois' football vmtrior* wilt relerirHte the opening of their BIR Ten «eiwon mid homecoming «multnncnii»Iy here Snlurdny when thry trtckle t h e strong Northwedcrn university team, louted t'V nltls-M in llw '«·»' flown In the eoiifereni 1 '*. [Illnxlx wtlh f i v e vet (·!(· (if |i re [writ- tlon whldi Iwltldnil two wwiiilliK tip pimei w i i h (own Htnic ntiil Sutler i^rtpi-HtVfly. ImhlHil II I J tu'i'linred In WUK* a -.triitsfcle ICiihliiiiw In Sim pi' Though n only defi'Htwl tnwu Htutu 7 to n In |N flt,"t KMhM'. tlllnolM !«U|J- (Hwti 1 « mi 1 eiiemirtiKi'd '"' " s "^ '" Clarify Situation In Big Ten LATE-COMERS SAFE niiniipiilitn, OH. 11-- .\ lift- mlmit*' rn»h b l«iw will i« wl111 t)ic criiml til iln N" Mb \viwtl o(tt Mlhii'l* tcnmi-, Un- linniViti)ni( hnill' 1 . i" the IHIimN ^ H l i i i i l i i J , tn .W.IHHi, )', K. tlrlti'1 niiinniicr, (ivctlli-lH. lint ltn«-n IH »nt ii fur tl"rr n f(- ttcciiniminlnt l«vl·r^l|^l^. wIilHi It u »«··!( MH- titlnit t»r H llflti'l miinitBi'f. 'I' 1 " 1 i-H'tKl nil) in- itt'iHrt II"' "»»"' %!/· tluit s»fcl'l Hi' 1 WLtdmlit tit tioitii'niniliiir l«« j r n w HB". Sfnl* In tli" innlii ututxh ithil link tut 1 1"* Itfl. llllU1Tll ftll (lUtltfl'l HI'll Hi"' fur Hi* 1 n whotvliijr ncnlnit J l t i l l e i ' liwl dnv N(niliwi«iit'rn In won twice, flr'il iwilii"! Tnlnne cf N''iv Oileanji tt to " mid I"' 1 ' rttihiiil'iv nKnln:it Olilo S i n l c Id lo I! (Illitol'f i t i e i i : c i l fii'iti the HllHcr Bittue In li»'"l "I'l'l"' n l l t ' tt '"' ""' ''" turn of 'ti|taln dlJif lldtiltfon, Wiiv- erlv f u l l l i i K l i . ihnnld priifiit ll'i full ·tieiik'lh H f n l n I N o i t l i w e J l e r i i Rot- in«on (in- not plfiv.'il Id nnv KIUIIC ro far till 1 ·tf.iifin ilue In 11 -iliotililer In- l i t t v willed N iintnovlni,' iiipldly. N*ortli«c'itcin w i l l lit' wllliiiiil Ihe snrvlt'i't of Ciiiitnln Hntilt I'.rmli'i' due to lltne'ii Mid hl'i Inn will lie hfflfily felt, nllholii'lt the V\'lldclili iMii'fuim- rtl a i t r n l i i i l l \ iiuiiln--! Ohio Stale wllhoiil I l i n i l e r Iti tin- llncilji Illltil ImKovHl A K l t l ' i " ! H i l l let I'l"! wei-kctld (Illtll i H n t i l d V r l l " Vntl\V forwaid |i.w(ltiis' kd'ttc nml Die line Wdrt was iniiili )n'lter t h n n Ilic pie- v l t H L i \icek tlue \ two new men he Injt In the foi'Wiird wall tlllnotn will [ietitill/i'(1 fie(|itcntlv foi ffildi"« and taking too mitrh i t r r t f citl, henro thrv will he cnulloned (ilnnit thin by 7u|t'1«' I"" 1 1'cnnlUi"' will likely nftt oreur In the Notthwcitern Kmne llomie(milntt feiitlvlttei "tmt to- nlcht with ttirlfh! cf lltoiwnnd* nf "old (,'imli«" IUM! vhlli'i" A ntudrnt of MS. tioth lnyi nml plrli of thr )ifnlnu'iUloii3. tihowH, wuntani*, I'ep meet- tiimilitetii m«l dinw*« wilt n (ho Kiie^ti Boi'orltk'it nml lloi have iH'on elnhoratuly id w l t l i |irl/.C!i litlnj( offered for tilt' bt'!) deCTii'ittcd llciltfrot. Michigan May Be Eliminated From Race By Ohio State Eleven IOWA MEETS PURDUE Uy DIXON STKWAllT Unltwl l'r«M Stiff CarrettiK CHICAGO, Oct. IT.-- Wtth four Intrti'Canfoi'nnea ftW'l two Intor-flOC- tlonal gamts on the sch«»l«lo, 8«t«r- tlny'ft competition In tlio Btg Tun promised to clarify l!" race for 1WQ confnrtnco chnmp Ions hip honors, All of the rocognUed contenders «soopt WlBccnsln ftte scheduled lo moot eonforettc*, rivals onfl ttovorul of, thcni face the danger of elimination. Wisconsin nnd Chicago, the only lounut playing oiit.ildo of lottgue. meet gtrons intBrsocttonal op- pononti, Tlio dchodulo for tho tiny Is- vi. Illinois, ut ' v*, Ohio ** ut Inttltum \», Mtimiwot.it, ut Mln- 1'urdiin VN. lovm, ut Jttwtt Clly. Fiiin*ylvitnlit v MutlltMin, .Plnrliln *», Chlcuso, at North we a lent, prc-scnaon cluuu- p Ion ship 1ft v or lie, will enter Its gniiw with tlUnoh HB tho under doj,-. The VVlldsjcitfl hftvo cxiierlunccd on unjii-o- cmlontoil ulitng of nilitfoituno nnd will be bitdly hunillcappcd. of Captain Bruder, Ha It buck and Harry Kent, varsity Kiiurdi hafl /owed Coach Stanley to ruvnmp Vils tcani nnd tile umallpox vicelnntlonn made nwi,c3H(\ry by Urtt- dcr"» illnei)) lia» prevented INorth wontorn tconi holdlnK R single thin ii'eelc. duviilupcd tapltlly nnd the nt tierty. lontutlonol ttophomoi'o half Illicit. ItlM's the tr-imi o danK«ron throat. This Illlnt «lso will Ihi! pHyrhfiloglenl udvnnKiRe of bifcro a monster MlvlitK.Ln'D tllttUu' hopi'H, Induced hy it vlcloiy ovur Putdue. "Ill bo Xlwn it invora teit In the Ohio Stale tsmmi Ohio Stdtti Htlll entertain, 1 ! am hltlciiii of wlnnliiE honors dusplti lust wvtk'n d«fnnt hy Noflhwesterr and It now u[|eaM thn( it niny taltt tiifjiii than one defeat to ellmliuitn a leitm ti'om thu i HIT. Michigan li fa- viri)(l tn drfenl the lluelfeyei, but Conch Hum \VllH(inmn Una n (,ient i((tind of younK players who arc tlke- \y to lie alt tho mom ditaRetoils hc- ettiiKW of Itmt wci'tt'a tlefeiit. tV[hln^^ol ti In I'Xiieeled ti titako a mKH'eiifnl conference dfljttt. hut st potcdty weak Indlaim tennis have ^tvett lu^hty i titefl f Jr[ihet iiKKre^ ( l u n i unexpected up'cls In Uio pust. iind Conch Put Pnco hai his UooilcM ]irliui s il for u. determined effort. Mln tiL'-otd dhlihiyed Krea-t defcnslvu thiiiit'ti wt'tik (iften'-lwlv In prevlc jriuin") should weru down Imllana'tt UehltiK For luttii t'liului di-feiidlntf clintnplon in in the filiciuly dtti'iLti'd tlaHh. hut like Oil In Slut') the Kollei'iiistkcii tUI!t re- litln \ui\if of Inndlnfi tlie pack at the ctn'te [f the ''eitJioii and t h r v e\jiect to K''t i n t o tlie v.lnnln« column hy defeuUnK lown. l^iltnlilos tie foaled f'tiidni' Juil werit (Kid Coach Klsier It, condilnnt the fault him tiei!n rtlnilma. i r t , Icwii, L«lce defeated by Inter.ieo- t l o n n l ilt'nlit. [jroCtiiHes to harbor ex- jit'Ctntlons of itn "tipiet" victory, but tlttt Hmvlteyp^ nre merely wtitHtldiK In thn dfirk. Runaway Jockeys Back In Good Grace CHlC'AIrO Ocl. 17- Joe key M Pnnl Ncnl iind Jimmy Mmeimi, who for- nuo\i lli"lr rlillnc ilullei ul lilncoln Lleldi t u ttihe 11 fillip tU (HI In U f a wllliout permlsiloti. luiifo tman rein- eil Uy Huwlhumo iwinx uuthoil- ni«l tn;i»ln urn (illjtlhln to accept mount*!, urur UO day simjjciifilwti. The y inn Si fill Joclctyn run nwuy fuutt rJiK'oln 5'lulitH, vkitdtlnw their JltlOOO per year contracts anil when found at the fni'ui nwned by Neal's fulliei ttvclnrrd they Intended lo desert riiCltiK Tor farming. Attnr a tew «'iHikii of torni life they return- In "BEAT ILLINOIS FOR BRUDER," IS WILDCATS' CRY (By Unttvit l'rt» i EVANSTON. Oct. 17--"Bettt tlllnols for Brudor," wax the slo- gun at North western as tlio Wild- cnts cottiplotcd drlll-'fer their Big Ton clash with Illinois. Ca.pt. Brudor, confined to tho hospital ·with an nttack of small pox, wrote tils players urging them to maintain their unbeaten record until lie la able to play. The aqund will lenvB for Illinois curly Saturday. M Stars May Turn Game Back To "Amateurs" (fty s/mlwl J'rm NEW YORK, Oct. 37 -A ]ii!fi!i-- ouce for matrimony and business career* evinced recently by HOITIO of the country's lendliiK yoiin}c tennis stats haa left tho outlook for t L-t,'alnlng tlio Davis cup fioni I*'rniicp even darker than evci, When George Lolt, w h o wiu No 2 plnyur on the IDUO Davis eu|) team, elopctt with an Ablnplon, Pu,. debutante, ho made It jnacUcn![y certain that he would keot his word to withdraw from International play, John Van Ryn, the doubles player, may not allow his innrrlnse to Mulec G tad man lo interfere with his ten* nla, hut Johnny "Doeg, the singles champion, ID working on n Neivnrk, N. J., newspaper with "object matrimony," and un eye to a huslnws career. The boys nrc bound to find Ihe le- wanls of aiiintctir tennis [imil'licli'iit to cuio for n family. Two cuiinot live us cheaply as one Uavcllnj* from one tournament to the next, despite tho elasticity of some of those ununtiy t'hih expense account* Of com we, tf you m e Mil t'ttieotly fatnoUH, like Hnlen Wlll.i Muoily, you can Irnve) Lo .South j\nier)cfi to (jlny exhibition matches nnd take the lum- lly alotiK' HIH, Moody In repotted i 0 Im leaving h'rlday lo pluy lennli In Buenos A l l us revolution 1 ! jioi m u t i n g , iind "'111 tie nc('oi!i[jim.cd )iy hei hm hand mid l-serkeley I ' e l l the Texan. Hc(|iitres Time, Travel The Davis cup ailimtlnn, however tetiulret surh n lot of time nml t i n v e l ] that tho aventfte newlywi'd piobahly cannot tiffoi'd It To idvji up whh tho leant a plavci has lo Mart i-nilv tn the ) pi l n s In the South It. Inilcert he hji4 not been fitttilrij;' nil iilntct fit expense ic'ifirtt ind t i . i v e t uji and down thi* eonllnent meeting Ihe C'u- ban*,, the Mexlciini and I h e Cmwdl- an;, bcfoie heading foi Euiope iind the tnlci/oiif (eit jmil r hnlletifrc round Tn nflsllltun tu l.ott, Docs nml Vim 11 vii f i not Ji^r uho nmv 1m v e tfj lie cnunlcd out y l i c n j i i u i | i e ( t t tor IflSI l"avh cup pl.iv me eonsideied 11 llllmcr Allhoti nf tlie donhleu te:im Allison In fliunn^ mulct llx 1 present "yitcm whlfh p e i n i l t t \V T Tllden to idol! In iind out "f thi Davis ctiji fnld p r e t t y Hindi JL". lie |ili the Texnti m^y nol h v KIJ next GLENNA GOLLETT ON ROAD TO 4TH STRAIGHT TITLE Defending Champion To Meet Helen Hicks In Semi-Final Match MRS. HILL SURVIVES lliil I j H l l i l l J'lovl LOS ANGKLES, Oct. 17--An East- Weal battle for the women's national golf championship wus us surod Friday na the four players remained in tho tournament entered tho somi-flnai loutid, Hatches in the upper brackets were the two leading New Yorkers, Mbs Glenna Collett, National ohani- pion for tho Inst tlireo years, Mlus Helen Hlcka, of the Inwood Countty club. Van \Vln m, BIffl. Hill In tin 1 other match were the wMtcinera, Mif. O. H. Hi!) of Krtn- ius City, mednllst of the tourney, and Mist Virginia Van Wle, Chi 11 ml ROCKNF SELECTS COUNTRY'S BFST FOOTBAIL TEAMS Winner:' of the two mulches will meet In ihe 3(i-hole (inul rnuniN over the noith course loniotrow. Wins Cotlelt am vtvcd the fjiiar- ler finals yestleidiLy after n close match with Mbs J'oy;gy Wattles of Buffalo, N. Y,, -who carried tho champion to the 17th jjreen nefoie |OH|DB 2 (ind I. M(MI Collett wns down one at the eighth tec and one up ill the Win, 3 up alter VI holes ttnd played pnr gnlf to lieeji her t\d- vnnliige to the end Collelt Htm Buttle Miss Wtilllei took t h e 14th '.Yil.li a tilrdfe live but the champion halvoi) the Ifith. IClh find ITlh hole-* with (Mrs lo win the match The hopes of the Pacific Const were tlnihed wiih the ofcnl or Mri, tiny Green and MM. Lcona Pre»- Mler, leading Los Anjxelci contesit- n«l« jMri. fitcen w«t routed hy Mlis Van We. 7 ami 5. wlhle Mrsi Pipwtler lijfl to MLss Hicks £ nnd I after a hard fought nintch Mnuriifn Oitntl of Kiu^lfwouil, N J WIIH eltmtnated hy Mrs, 11111 3 and 'i. In the l e m n l n l t i K (jniirloi'-flniilB n ntesl Cerro Gordo in Narrow 7-6 Win Over Maroa High klAllOA Del 17- Tiiloiw isdvrmt- ,i;;e of n hieiik neai the etiil nf the nnnie to score Its touchdown, nml making good the try for polBt, C'ciro tlordo put over a ninrmv 7 lo d victory on Mittou Illj^h Jtcbool here Tliursilnv aflcrnonn Mnroti sLorect In tin 1 lliud i i n i u t i r wlien a jicilus ol end uuii bj Wihon, a '-* y a t d pahs. Wilson to Cnineh, mid plnnKi" by Animntin .ind Witllei luult the brvll to Cerro Cioido't i'Jve v:i!d llni', )tnt) Wlhon sklrlert (he u l t t K lor Ibc senre The t i v foi point Failed rd to und eou^HL tbe oT their uni]loyti n. Joisfiy i« forcing a war t h e mattiulto with i view to SStl 000 flon In it nlo with In 20 N K W YORK,' Get" IT Kntue Rocknc, Not I B niime footlKill coneh, I,tile In Ihe f u y i l h (|i!iuti.| M.MO,/ the tenm i|ii:n tnibark uiillfd lot « duDKei nui 'lutenU pusi piny near his own tfoal line The ball -WUM tumbled and 10- coiTi'ed by Cerro Gordo, and a iiuai isnd a ten yard end tun by Tert Horion hiouf;ht the touchdown which lied I h e u c o i e , Slutsman piiin^ed for the point to give C'Tio fiordo the cictoiy Both Iwams jiTiiyud good hull on Uie whole. Maroa showing ttKtit Im(he untstlandintr tenms of the countiy Thursday nlfiht In n radio ailrtrehs over the National Tiiondeiist- Inii chain He ctmiartei'idetl M* ou'ii tend) ns 'an unknown q u n n t l t v 1 In the erisl he chose Pltlsburtrh Cnineclc Tech and PeunsylviiLiin, as tin 1 three outstanding on Hie baiii of i-iirly '(nn'ton ihow(ng?. Harvard, Wett Point nnd Now York i i n l v c t a l t y ftlso look Rood, hn snld Van- out- itandfn^ souLtujui tennii, ami Itelieves NortliwdHtern, Wisconsin nnd Rooknu ballcveN derblll anil Georglu H I L flu' Mieh- Knn- sas and Oklahoma arc the best In the Ipin dominate tho mldtllo Mliujoiiri Valley, he believer, while Southern Mothodlid \n the oulsiand- tuani In the southwest Coloiailn ... . . ... ,.,,.,, placed at the hond of tho Rooky ivltli i vkw to aritUnf,i Mount[llrl . m i,, rfwttl an(I Washlnfi- !" X *! 1 ' f " '° th *' tnn attitc WII9 rated Dest In the fill west . | PREVIOUS SCORES Itlfl Hit;.- ,«jiiil1iwi-«« )(i!J-- [IIIHOIN ttH-- nun nii Id I (--lulnc It) in n M tl liiiin.i-. 1 .' tlllll"! ' i: itniiiti* 17 Illlll-.l" j I Nsit ( h u j j S i i r l l i w i it H l h l n l o 7 tlllll.lH 1'HHDUtC W "OAD !»(/ I'tti'flt J'lV,,t I CHICAGO, Oct 17--Ptirduo's Mqun(l of 3fl pjnyora left h«re Friday n(t»r an ovwnl«ht * tft y wroutc to (own, Tho iU«ll«rmaUer«, defending Slff T*n oh«mplcn*,wlll pritctlttt thi* ·fttrnoon M Codar flApUs, la., eon- Uniting to Iowa Cltyturly Saturday. TODAY'S GAMES MM' U .Mllllllln, S I l l l l K I n I 1-M. I h l n l i l . S |. tlkli HI II. iiu. 1,1 provemcnt over its jiet forniant'e lojat week, when It llopolli. M to ) \ V F l l l n r Mill. I l. II 1III.I tl., I I nil- Itt I ' I I I II! I'i. ' Milt]"!, 'K llunl.it n I I M11l.ii, t n M l l l U M I L l h , I I I .1 MI1U.1 Ih I; l I l M l l l l l , i n\, Hi win wallopnd hy II- NEW CUB HURLER ,IAHIJC M A Y \tty United /'n tut 1 CHICAGO, Oct. 17.--FureliU'H' of Jakle May. touthpuw jiltchtr f i o m Cincinnati, Filday, gave the Chlctifto Ctibt theli I hud lUldlllon to the pitching staff within u week May, who H M2 nnd who hus been with the IIH since l'J24, wan ]f tjanict uml lost 11 in 10J!), but won only three Uafll season uhilo losing 11. The oilier two ni'WuniDiiis tu till- Cubs' j-itiif!' urc I.pstwj Swer-ijimd, soulhpuw hotiiilit f t o m UK* Phillies, am) Bob Smith, rlwhl-hfimlei' obltiin- M! from Ihe lioslon Jliaves In a trade. N.Y.U.Faoand In Game With Mizzoo Tigers N1SW YORK Ocl 17 So tnuiiy Inothsitl nlcliniinii ^ .lie jiscoiiKtnons dial iii'ihupH It tloehit'l miLlb'i, bill Ihe thought of a puck of l',i'iit;;il 'J'tfs'er.s fKJJtt A l l y - u u i ) niiivinj; Kri- iluy tn t n h t on nolhliuj cif niori York unlvi'iHliy's Vlolcls mlnhi have Ihcl oeal horliciilimtstH up In Helton 1 ^atiiMl.iv'" bi K Intel srn liona) f;jiii]j- uf 1)1^1 K jsi H ove], hoowuver. it well tuny he t h n t O'e R P C A will I" 1 Iin 1 mpinli'iitlfin « ndi'iltiK (he compliiliii t''oi Chlek Mei'httn'-L N Y. H violets , i t e nf I n - non-blu-hi[i^ v m l^[y on fin- foot ball r leld iind eHewheie Ni iv Yorlt uiilvei'lsty, us u u n i t e ' 11) f.irt Is si ron^'lv i ivoi fil to le- f i a t M i i i [ ) i u ) Mei li.in and lih tiie'1 m e n n (1 so f i r is li i-Yiil.iln th'it the usinie :il y j i n l n e SI idunji w i l l be i ttlu'i In Ihe t t i l n i i of n lune- iip fj^ Ihe folhm'mw u ft It* jyinie against Ihe Fni rllnini I a m - , llpuii rinding t l i i j w e i i MI lljthtly MI tin t r ,i] i K il I I I I L I I ln' + \ inSj^ht have jnomt'lhliiE of n tun in'IMnii nnd .nt n n l i t t e to .show Ihelv rl- NATION WATCHES AS NOTRE DAME MEETS CARNEGIE Tartans Have Seven Men of Team That Won Over Irish In 1928 SAVOLDI TO START Ity GISORGK KIBKSKV Pj-ew* Ktiiff Corrofpundent SOUTH BEND. Oct. 17--A powerful drama of the gridiron will be unfolded here Saturday when Notru Damo and Carnegie Tech battle for national football fame In the new $750,000 nUidium, The rombined elcmcnU of two fa- mouo couches pilling their wltu each other, two great teams struggling for natlonul »upremacy, with a grudge battle feature toHned In for Kfxit) tncafiuie, promltio to make the contest one of the most trlllinK cambntH of the «piuan. C^liuhiy* Mllt:h Wlt» The eve of the j| nlll(1 finds the two rlvul coaeho*, K. K. Kockne and .1 lid Re Wnlti-r P Stefffiii, rarncolly tiylng to oiiliiuejis each other as to their hlaHlnh' h n f u p - j Jt'Hihrni IJIIH futir i'iimlilnallimn rciKly tu j(jirt--Ills hhnch trdopx, i-cj,riiliirh, and two nilxtiiri'N of the Mattoon High To Meet I. S. D. In Non-Conference Contest Saturday IV .inifM TltRNKV t.1 ran*Am In MaltAu «I j... * ti hhork trm|« line und lNi:k fit'It) and th« other with it regular llnr anil «hwlt tron|m l.iu-h field. While Jtockne clxictclct »/.nd says. Wouldn't the Julf; like lo know w h o I'm Koint; to httirl." Steffen H(IInib hit (itonnil :ind crunlci» with. "I won't pick my tcutn u n t i l Roehne 'iids lih men onto [be field." This pre-ttatin 1 speculation may have no effect on the nulrome, but In a hiillle nt elosi' as this one promlncJ* lo he ,1 l i a l t ' u liie.'itith advantage In Un 1 fit tl few mlmid'i of piny may RH n long way toward dectdtiiR the I" IrUli Nul OviTi'imfWi'iit HiirniiB fullback Mulllns u n i l taelde I.eahy, all NoLii; D;ini' jiliiv ets are in Kood condition. W i t h Mu) llns out of fiction w i t h a !CK injury. '.lumping Joe" Kavold! the Three Onhs, M i c h , Itallim, will !»· ihe flr-1 ti-iim fullhieit A very Unlit d i l l ) wii · on the )ini Brim for Nolle Dame today ' "If they a: en'l rendy for this teni [now Ihey'll jicvei he" oeltnc "I've wnrneil 'em ll"i|ieol Tvh 'I'en in Fifteen mlle-t ,iw:iv tin Tech M|ii:»1 hild Us fin ll workout MI I t h e Hlwli ttclon) field ;it Illkhat 1 'Im! nnilfr the dlieetion nt Juili; iHteffen, who ncnl f i l m CliledKo I join the team KljtM nii'iiilHTi nt tin 1 li'iim wlilcli defeiiled Xutrr I tunic, 21-',. on Oirllri- field In W\'iH ore mini Ix-red ntiiiiii)r Ihls ,\rnr'h Dante By JOHN TUBNKV MAT'l'OON, Oct. 17--With victories over Champaign and DecHtur Muttoon teka* time out In Ilia Big Twelve flag rac» t cnxme ft non tonforencn foe, I, 8, J- of Jacknon- vlllc, Thft deaf boy« arc total aORlDA SEEKS TO AVENGE LOSS TO MAROONS IN 1925 i»y IVn*l"l t'rri,! ) CHICAGO, Oct. 17--Florlda'n husky foolhull KqUfid an tved FHtlny (or Butjrdny'M Interactional clash wl(l) Chicago university and will drill thib afternoon tl KlKK field 1'he coached hy Charley Bach man. for- mor Chicago prep star, last played CEitcago In IH25 nnd were beaten, 12 to 6. Chicago cloned pruclliw for the game with a dummy scrimmage. The practise wan held under the HI of the muddy field -- · -- ... - « -- - Zuppke Moves Squad To Country Club i Hi/ I'ntlHl /'tvit CHAMPAIGN, Oct. IT--Illinois' football nquiid today movcJ lo Clinm- paJgn country etui) to a wall Satur- iltiy'M liomccomlnif (?amc with Korih- wcMern. Wiih tlxiUHanJn of home- comers on Ihe campus, Zuppke de cldeii to move tils xqutid to a quieter locale. The lineup in the flea) p)ac«Kc indicated thai Chatlin, Berry, YanuskuM ant) Captain RoWnwon will rompoiie the htarttnK hackfleld. «,1rant«ra to end an Interesting Th tUU Hchool pretty tough Uiam fcn- 1 Uili udltJon * the rule. Mattrwn hai no Ihn learn «x«(Spi that It Ram* with and loMt 6-0, Worfc im Thn »Kff npponltfon ItiKt Friday frqm tiewlwr lh^ Oreer aftd OtM dnwn . * T . S I ^ ^ ^ J I ^^ T»TWI and ihcy arc ohowlnfi; a r**l «) |R thnlr pructlK« thin week. Tb« t*uu !« ithowlng a tackling utrenitli Uiti USB pruclloally mlnnlng tn the D«. ca'ur gntnr. No tennntlonal new pluyn )r» k. Ing manufactured hut th»( patSH aitae.k, Purviit to Owio, fer. Heem, or Zett»r«, In itllt bdu Improved, Purvln throw* th« ^ nil over the place ani) one of thi . four catcher* alwayit tsttna tr, ^ I nhero It commit down, [ Bind to Pl«j t None of the team wai Injury by I 1 he Decatur mtulerg, Clark will In ' ut tackle in place of Sultlvtn, wfcfi I in having trouble with hl» [ Cooch Sohultr hope* to ftvt j of hlK reiservf) n chanct to thw their wareti Saturday, RtuBdtM, Finnega.it, anJ Botley In th* btclt- field, and G add In nnd Bunten Hi the line are all likely beti tor Mrv Ice. The ga)ni will be c»)l*d u | i 'elock and th* Matloon High b«rf nml drum crcpo will bfl on htnl H "nierlain Ihe sptctatori btt««w halve*. Th* Matloon Crow Cciutrjr team baa no meet thlt vrttk IM will Ret n*well earned rot t.i li Jinii'liis ,l('llKe ili'feiil* suffered In IH'jIi .tnd IftfiX und ( !irn«'tli' '1'ivli tin-. Us ',U' mi )« nitllomil fimltiul* ,, · [iiliuHt Ix Vlonti' It. HlH lo M.illnir b, -Amtntuiil . tl). 1,'ihK Ni Wiilliir Ih, WIIBOTI T--T 0 -» Mlnr (I *l,iuiln WISCONSIN HOPEFUL OF WINOVER PENN illj I Hllnl / h m T 1 MADISON, WlH., Oct 17 -Even "fltooiuy Cllpu" Tlilsllethwtille, Wla- consliv roueh could find little reason for pessimism as the. Budgets tnper- ed off foi Raturdny'a Intersectlonal elnah with Pennsylvania. ICvery member of Thhtlelhwaitc'a three vnnlty toftma \vaa In prood condition and 1t* nalractlso Indicated thai the sqtmd Is ready for the lest. ThisOothwaile expectt a free scoring contest and n 1 * lo use three complete bnck- fieldi during the iu him oln (iKmii'i onL mn\lll.i HI f(!i Inirdohl ti of rbh'iiKO nl 1'rlniu OTiAtt VAI.I.f.V Oiovii nt A t ' o t n nt ill MlEllMlil ln nt A i l i u i r at tit ftt CICNTIIAI b stiiiiiiloti nt tJnrllnvllln. Slldltavvlllf, t it A mu tnp tton n i (iii cnooi,4 Dlu* Mound nt M us on, OakvcDtsI Al T, C llluli TVimor C'lty n t I'nrrcst. ~HathtQtnd cil Mt. Ztoti* Molina nt Kowsinoi- rroMTllls nt Brlil(!«imrl Tublnion nt LnwfnncovlH^ ?.*rn» at Piirton. Onnrjjft at ObflsSworLti. T«ixhiAtott nt Cltouon, nnionliuift nt Rock Islnnd (N, U Mldh lit Slrentor (N), NdTiiitil tit Clinton IIOTH CLAIM 1NJVB1KS i till ffii Iin? 1'rf-it I COLUMBUS, O , Oct. IT-- Both Ohio State and Michigan claimed ox- ten si vr hospital lists on the eve of jtholr Important conference same at Memorial stadium. The Wolverines arrived Friday, wUh Coach Klpke expressing doubt that Auer and Samuels, star tackles, and Dnnlela, varsity end, would be able to play. Coach Wlllaman of Ohio countered with pessimistic reports on the condition of Wca Fester, all-America end, and Haubrecht, veteran tackle. , , ,linrl«B(on IK B mil ley Monnutith lit Coo HfllCttlb *t lltluotH Cnllejf, Altflftndroo nt St, Viator. GIANTS BEAT CARDINALS Ru Vniltl! frai ) NEW YORK, Oct. 17--Benny Friedman's New York Giants defeated Ernie Never's Chicago Cardinal* 25 to 12 in a professional football (tame at the Polo grounds here Friday nlgtit. The Violet^ aic not hiding Lhelr hends in upprehen^lon ovei this tluent, howcvei Tliev looli for- wni d lei winning tiy f I om I hive to vlx touehifowiiv, width i* wlnnhip ronvltielnply ti^ fnotbnll sanies (;o tliehe flnys II mny be clowr t h u n Ourl, nllllotiKli Ibrre is no doubt I hut Moi'hnn't (iitBreijnllnn h'ls n deeld^ed edge H A I N KRKKT.S UOOSIKKS f{'j i jiii.il I'K-. i MINNEAPOLIS Minn., O(j| 17 jtni;)cment wcrtthet Krid.iy llireuieii"d to provide nriillllonnl vvorrles for the rival coaches in Sn turd ay's tiame between Minnesota unJ Intllaiia. H n l n and sleet hnvp tnitisformod Norlhuj) field Into a tjtm(ini)e and probably will prevent the uxc of imsiilnjt fll- tackn. I .ItidBe Sletfen tlilnlc- hluhly of h;-. i l e a m nn1 h"llevi"s he tyis In McC'ni- j d v , Krtreis. Hrehh it JUKI ), l''laime.rip. jfottr of the |ji"!l [jlaj'ct-! tn ihe Innfl 1 A ti*V7 Ijels wei c made at c\i-n tud.is' hv ihr ndv:ini'e ^iriid n the o u i w d of .W.^riO whti-ii i^ e\|i'i" tl to ^t'e tho Bailie Iti tio ^en^h' of the word is tint i e JJiime the tin but CiitneKle Tech is con no w n i w thnn a 50-.W ^hot The n.illvcs htiven't forgotten thm WiH defeat, the fir- 1 ! In 81 yenrs nt homo for u Notre ll-ime eleven (T WIN SPEED"- You'll enjuy bowling on the fast, speedy alleys here. And your score is accurate for there arc no tl]w or grooves. Try bowling on these alleys today . . . for health, exercise and plonsure, Decatur's Bowling Parlor 530 N. Water IOWA ClTY^lpi. Oel, 17--lown'i- foil I btil I squid todiiv was keyed for Sntmday's j^anie ^Slh Purdue. rertllA- Inc thnt victory carries the opjior- t n n H y to nvense Itiwn's suspcntiioii fi oin Ihe'RlK Ten anl to embnra 1 ^ 'io«ls wh!oh irfu*c(t to hnotf the twkii a l t e r they returned to llv leajtue I'uuluc Is Iowa's only Rljj Ten foe nnd a victory will enable the Unwlm lo head the conference in jioiccnlriHC [tiKK'eiwn has hi,* tciitli In top condition and will gamble c»*- eiyllilnjf to win. Play Golf On the Sporty In adore Golf COURSE All the features and fun of a big game--Smooth greens, Band traps, roughs, and bunkers--In miniature. Wraps cheeked fi'«, 632 E. ELDORADO AdmistKiu25c *0 FALL TOPCOATS TO CHOOSE FROM Tweeds, Cheviots, Llama Clotru $25. $29.50 Value Supreme More Quality and Style Than Evtrf "D-K" SPECIAL FALL SUITS Suits marked by finer fabric*, finer needlework ·ind smarter niyle* th«n $30 ever bought be* fore. Every man who Met them Myi they *r* great values. Hurt Schaffner Marx Suit* Better V«Jucs limn you've s.en In year* Mor« V»luo than «v*r Gordon Wonted fluttf Iff Hmrt, B«haffn«r $35 $50 Drobisch ~ Keiser NORTH WATER STBBKT SWSPAPER1

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