Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 3, 1941 · Page 6
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Sterling, Illinois
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STERLING. ILLINOIS lNTp k 'W c 5 I^IC?WD Monday, November 3, 1Q41 /nmrl TVTV-i ii rvn fi 1 U.J1U. iNQUOIlQI Three Touchdown Passes Bring CHS Victory on Sunday Stonewall Defense Holds St. Thomas from Threatening Goal Conch Pete Lnf fry's Community htyrh (rridders did s nraf .job in defeating; St, Thorns'; of Rorkford on the latter's firld by a ycorc of 19 to 0 Sunday afternoon. There wa.-; » larRf crowd In nttrndancp. The passing snd punt inn of Saunders was an outstanding feature of the game. The Community line was n stonewall on defense and cut through the 8t. Thorns* line no quickly that the home team's backflrhl WRS stopped before It could get started. Saunders passed almost nf will. The Community line made It possible fof him to lake all the time he wanted to pick out his receiver and hurl the ball Into their outstretched arm*. He passed twice to Glick for touchdowns, once for thr extra point, and made a touchdown pass to Devine for the third score. One of his punts traveled 70 yards. Another punt from the 50-yard line went out of bounds so close to the end line that Jt was called a touchback. However, fans on the 5.30. Any other local boy*; who to appear on local and np<*.rby ama- trur boxlnR card* ftrr n«k'-' to call Rt (he armory any evrnirR *t 5.30. The boyr. nrr ReltirK t-jto condition for the firs! local boxing card, which Is tentatively scheduled for Nov. 14. The football season is fast com- inr to an end. Dixon high has al- lendy packed thr uniform in mothballs and perhaps something to take thr stain out of a dUastrou* season. Dixon won only two names this season, defeating Mendota and Belvi- rirrr, and lost to .Sterling, DP Kftlb, Princeton. East Roekford and Ore- Ron. Sterling closes the season at Ciinton Friday night. Rock Falis brings the season to a clo^e by entertaining Oregon. Community high plays the finale next Sunday with St. Bede. Coach Homer Hankenson's Ottawa high school pridders defeated Burlington, la., 12 to 6 at Ottawa Fri- j day night. Coach Hankenson has had a fairly Rood season. Only 2 Grid Teams Unbeaten, Untied Among III. Colleges Bradley Tech Eleven And James Miliikin U. Uphold Their Marks Army Holds Notre Dame to Scorless Tie line declare that the ball went out of bounds on the six inch line. The entire team performed at it* best for the season. 8c»re In Firat Five Minutes Community scored In the first five minutes of play. Saunders kicked off to start the game, The ball went Into the end zone and the St. Thorn a* player made the mistake of try- Ing to run •topped on the ball out and was the 10 yard line. St. Thomas made a first down and got •way a Sad punt that was partially blocked and went out of bounds on the St. Thomas 40. Community picked up two first downs with Saunders and Matera doing moat of the ball carrying to place the ball on the St. Thomas 20. Saunders then passed to Glick for the counter. The kick for point was just wide of the mark. Community kicked again and St. Thomas failed to gain and, being rushed, got away another poor punt. Saunders passed to McCormick to place the ball on the St. Thomas 25. Qaunders passed to Devine in the end lone for the second touchdown in the fIrst quarter. The try for point was blocked. Community would have •cored again in the first half had they been able to get a play away before the time was up. A St. Thomas pass was blocked and Devine got it on the St. Thomas 5-yard line and took a couple stride* before being •topped on the 2 yard line. Before Community had a chance to call for a time out the half ended. Third T*uchd*wn Paw Early in the fourth quarter Community made its third touchdown. It was set up by a pass interception by McCormick in midfield and be returned it five yards. Community made a first down and Saunders passed to Click for about 35 yards and a first down on the St. Thomas 3. Saunders passed to Click (or the touchdown, and passed to him for the extra point. Community played .without the •ervkea of Bob Dawson, regular quarterback, who was out of the game on account of a leg infection. Lendman did a nice job at quarterback considering the fact rbat he only had a couple practice •*s*lons at that spot. The lineups: Community Pas. Click LE IffcCue LT McKeown La Murphy c BheffU • RG Wahl RT Dertae Re f. Lendman QB Saunders LH afcOormlck RH Matera FB Score by quarters: Community St. Thomas St. ThcniM Muraskl Pranchini Taphom R. McKenna Meyer Crichton Letusky Oliver! A. Van Keuren Van Keuren Carey 12 0 0 7—19 0000—0 Navy-Irish Game Headliner Contest Of Next Saturday By Harold Claassen NEW YORK — < AP> — The country's football teams, worn out by fighting potent opposition and adverse weather conditions last week, rrla.T a bit this Friday and Saturday before starting the final drive to the season's end. Although almost all of the 19 team.<; whkh remain unbeaten and untied snap into action, a pair of elevens with a tie to their discredit tangle in the coming program's foremost game—Notre Dame vs. Navy at Baltimore. The Midshipmen sloshed to a 13 to 6 triumph over previously unbeaten Pennsylvania, while the mud and a hard-hitting Army eleven held Notre Dame to a scoreless draw in their 28th meeting last Saturday. Fifteen of the country's unbeaten and untied machines slipped to the side in the grime and tnud that characterized the Saturday play throughout the east and much of the mlddlewest The six major perfect teams, divided geographically, are: East — Fordhem, Duquesne; Midwest—Minnesota; South—Duke; Southwest— Texas and Texas A. <t M.; Pacific coast—none. They are all busy this weekend with Fordham at Pittsburgh. Duquesne at St. Mary's, Minnesota entertaining Nebraska, Duke taking on Davidson, Texas playing Baylor, and Texas A. & M. going against Southern Methodist. This week's program: Fordham. a 17 to 0 victor over feared Purdue, now has only Pittsburgh. St. Mary's and New York university threatening a perfect record—and a bowl bid. Duquesne waits until Sunday before playing the Gaels of St. Mary's. Minnesota's cripples will attempt to hand Nebraska its fourth straight setback. Texas, with Pete Layden on the bench, whipped Southern Methodist worse than Fordham could do with its roster at full strength and now goes against Baylor. SMU, 34 to 0 victim of Jack Grain, try to halt Texas A. & M., the Southwest conference's other unbeaten crew. The Aggie* counted in the final period to spill a troublesome Arkansas machine. 7 to 0. Duke has the tough portion of its schedule, behind it and next plays Davidson. The Dukemen banged to a 14 to 0 triumph over Georgia Tech. BIyOOMINOTON". ILL — <AP> — Bradley Toch snd James Miiiikm stood alone today in the undefeated and untied class In Illinois college football Miliikin. pace-iwttfT of thr Illinois college conference with four victories, smacked Eastern Illinois Teachers pyer last week. 61 to 0. for its sixth triumph. Bradley, member of the same loop, defeated North Dakota. 19 to 7. North central lost its ranking with Bradley- and. .Miliikin when Lake Forest held the Napervllle eleven to a 6-6 tie. The tie was Lake Forest's second but left them unbeaten along with North Central and the two other top teams. Mon- month defeated Augustana, 7 to 0, In the other conference game. Three games tabbed for next Saturday should virtually sew up the title scramble. ' Miliikin plays at North Central. Lake Forest at Au- Kustana and Bradley nt Wesleyan. This will be the flrxt league game for Brad)*-}- after six straight triumphs outside the circuit. Western and Northern Teachers sustained their first defeats of the season Saturday while State Normal clinched a tie tor the title In the Illinois Intercollegiate conference. Normal defeated Western Teachers. 14 to 0. and Northern lost to Southern Teachers. 13 to 7. Both Northern and Western had been tied. The losses dropped them behind Normal, which leads them three victories in four conference games. Northern, having two games to play in the league, has a chance to tie Normal. Only one game is scheduled this week in the loop—Eastern at South- em Teachers—although all teams are active somewhere. The other games Include Stevens Point (Wis.) at Northern Teachers, Carthage at Western Teachers. Principia at Eureka, State Normal at Eastern Kentucky Teachers. Knox at Coe, Monmouth at Cornell, Valparaiso at Concord!*. Whet ton at Carroll, Heidelburg at Elmhurst, Illinois coUege at Washington (St. Louis). John Hatch (34), Army back, tackled by Harry Wright (4), of Noire Dame as he ran back the opening kickoff, with John Warner <32> coming in to help bring the runner down. From that point on. the teams held each other scoreless, while 76.000 sat in the rain in Yankee Stadium. New York, and looked on. four -gunst gu«wr*. who called 'em all right, and George Halaj. who insLstcd Uie Bears would lose a game or two this season. Monday Matinee Fight folks hereabout/; think Mike Jacobs had a swell Idea about rerunning that Roblnson-Zlvic brawl December 12 but Mike may run into a slight hitch because Robinson's board of strategy figures "sugar" should cut Into the heavy sugar this time ... Nat Fleischer, the Ring magazine editor, is bringing out a boxing record book next month to beat them all. He even plans to in- clube the financial figures on every Important battle since John L. Sul- llvan'n day. The standings: r nn»aai Oattafc Confi W. L. T. Pts.Opp. Miliikin North Central Lake Forest Monmouth Knox Augustana Wesleyan nilnol* coUege Wheaton Bradley 4 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 118 7 1 28 13 27 6 7 13 14 46 19 30 0 27 20 59 13 47 0 0 niliiaai tatanaiVgiate C«a\fera»c* W. L, T. Pts.Opp. State Normal 310 Northern Teachers 110 Western Teachers 111 Southern Teachers 111 Eastern Teachers 0 20 Eureka 000 59 12 13 13 31 20 19 31 4 52 0 0 Notre Dome's Worriers Defeat Illini by 34 to 37 In Cross Country Meet Touchdowns: Glick, two, Devine. Point after touchdown. Glick. Substitutes: Community, Rogers, Sanden, MeGrath. Hughes. Meyers. Anacucci, Geoffrey, J. War.!, H. McDonnell. R, Devine, Pod, Valenti, CellctU. SPORT NOTES The «un rises Tuesday at 6:31 a. m. and s*U at 4:M p. m. The next local athletic event Is tht emu-country run at Sinnissippi Hejfhti Wednesday afternoon be- twwa teams representing a H. 8, Bfrwmne* and possibly Monmouth high school toatns. The course will kt two mila* and the eveju will •tart at 4:11. The public is cordially CHICAGO — (AP) — Illinois and Notre Dame today were tied at two victories each in th« Loyola invitational cross country meet following the Irish 34 to 37 win over the Illini Saturday in the llth annual event to Jake the team champion* ship. Oliver Hunter and Tone? Maloney of Notre Dame Ued for individual honors, > completing the three and nine-sixteenth* mil* run in 19:32.1, The next three finishers were Clarence Dunn, Bob 8eir and Bob Rehberg, all of. Illinois, wbik Defending Champion Marian Cole of Illinois atate Normal finished sixth. John Twomey of Western Ulinoui State Teachers finished tenth. For the llth successive year, Illinois Stale Normal copped one of the first three places by scoring 10; points for third. Eastern Illinois State Teachers was fourth with 111 Defending Champion Loyola fifth with 124; Wheaton. sixth. 139; Milwaukee State Teachers, seventh. 157 Western Illinois State Teacher* eighth, 186. and Grand Rapid*, ninth. 332. I Roundup of Sports| By Hugh Fullertbn, jr. NEW YORK — (Special* — The week's gridiron hero, if you ask us, wasn't Minnesota's Bud Higgins. nor even those Ivy league punters who averaged 40 yards or so a crack with a soggy ball to keep the upsets from being more upsetting, but the troundskeeper at the Polo grounds ... While Larry MacPhail had been making the pro Dodgers practice in tennis shoes to keep his turf from being ruined, the Polo grounds atood for cleat* all week and then three games during the weekend, two of them in pouring rain .... Jimmy Johnston, who wouldn't leave town until he was assured that Abe Simon i* out of danger from his recent operation, is due in Chicago today to get Bob Pastor ready for Booker Beckwith. Braat liar Deai. Coach Hobos Adams' daughter" who isn't old enough to be a Kansas stale co-ed, worked out the figures on how Kansas State was improving and predicted her daddy a team Today's Gaeai Star Earl Lofquist. Providence Journal: "In the long, long ago there was a Big Three In football. Yale. Harvard and Princeton were the Big Three. The expression is now used only by historians." Od* an* Sane End* Jim Ryan, who coaches boxing and cross country at Siena college (Albany, N. Y.) has a couple of promising teams and no schedule. So runny rivals have had to cancel their schedules that he has just one boxing date left and none for cross country . . . Bob Johnson Purdue's center, has played five games this year without relief . . But naturally you'd expect a Boilermaker to be an iron man . . . Before the hockey s*ason opened President Al Sutphln tossed a luncheon for his Cleveland Barons. First course was a $50 bill on each plate . . . The parents of "Indian" Bill Gcyer of Colgate came from the same town in Germany. Fourteen Grid Teams Removed from Roll Of Unbeaten, Untied NEW YORK~-(AP)—Opponents combined with last weekend's rain and mud cut 14 names off the lls of the nation's unbeaten and untiec football teams. The weather was the victor In the meeting of Notre Dame and Army both members of the honor roll last week, with the-result that their game was a scoreless draw. • Others who skidded from the ranks were: Arkansas Tech, Texas Tech, Pennsylvania, Western Michigan, North Central of Illinois. Wittenberg, Temple, Vanderbilt. St Francis, Ohio Wesleyan, Blnck Hills Teachers, and West Texas State, The IB still unbeaten or untied are: Pts. Opp. 102 19 Saturday's Grid Stars (By The Associated Press) Bud Higgins, Minnesota—Scam* pered 41 yards to touchdown on Gopher sleeper play that beat Northwestern. 8-7, then with sound punt- Ing and running kept Wildcats on defensive .rest of the way. .Jack Grain, Texas—Me went for two touchdowns and booted four extra points as Steers trampled 8. M. U.. 34-0. Hank Mazur. Army—His punting •and ball-carryInjf enabled underdog Cadets to play Notre Dame to scoreless tie. Bill Dudley, Virginia—Punted to the three and two-yard lines, rushed W. Minnesota 5 Fordhara 5 115 Thiel 5 109 Colorado college 5 125 Miami (Florida) 5 104 Bradley Tech 5 124 Case 5 115 Pacific Luth. 5 132 Trinity 5 103 Duquesne 6 118 Miliikin 8 200 Texas A. & M. 6 213 Texas 6 226 Mississippi college 6 101 Duke 6 180 Rose Poly 6 174 St. Thomas 7 148 Kearney. Neo. 7 176 Midland 7 145 St. Cloud 7 108 38 7 26 6 19 38 19 27 23 7 7 37 26 35 3* 19 13 33 21 Big Ten Grid Notes would beat Nebraska That 12• score should be her passing mark in the math exams when she enters college Week's runnerup hon- invited to no ciurg*. thU race. There is B. J. mier, principal of Dixon high school announces that became RockJord b%h school* will be closed shortly until Jan. 5, due to lack of funds, th* Dixon at West H%h IMLS- ketbatt fame scheduled for Jan. 3 will Mt be played. The Dixon at Cut feotaford game scheduled for l%o- IT, will be played at Dixon, D» Put high defeated Wyanet 15 to « at Wyanet Friday afternoon. DC Pue was handicapped by a uum- ttcr of injuries but the res*rv%» play- Mi irwt ball and aid** in Ib* victory, Liaton Ouerriert has established a ia Company B armory in •^••Hi jl» iflv aK£fUu*j' *COU* V* h»* a jroup of about 10 i™***" 1 out Mary cvajUBf at Heart Attacks Kill Two At Packer-tear Game CHICAGO — (AP) — Two spectators among the 46444 at the Green Bay Packers-Chicago Bears football game in Wrigley Field yesterday died of heart attacks suffered in the closing minutes of the frenzied encounter. Mrs. Mayme Halas. 59. wife of Frank. Halas, traveling secretary of the Bears and sister-in-law of Geo. Halas, Bears' owner-coach, died last night in a hospital where *he was taken after the coiiapced shortly ended. . John Dresen, 41, of Racine, Wis., di«d two minutes before tht *nd of the hard-fought battle, which the Factors woo, 19 to 14. Mu&iia, al&o hu been known by th* name* of fit. F*tm- buff tad Fttt*G«ra<L on are split between this column's 109 more, passed for the first two touchdowns, scored the next two himself, set up the fifth and kkked two extra points in 34-0 rout of Virginia Tech. Tippy Madarik, Detroit—Completed seven of 15 passe* for 119 yards and carried the ball another 100 in 15-0 defeat of Manhattan. Bob Steuber, Missouri — Carried the ball 125 yards, M of them for the first touchdown, in 19-0 triumph over Michigan State. Harvey Johnson. William and Mary—His field goal from 35-yard line, on slick field, furnished 3-0 upset over Dartmouth. o Franny Lee, Harvard—Hi* U-yard touchdown sprint gave Crimson t-4 edge over Princeton. Frank Maznkki, Boston college— With a 20-yard field goal he started Eagles on way to 31-0 rout of Tenpie, then added 32-yard touchdown. Jack Jacobs, Oklahoma — Threw passes for two touchdowns and scored two more a* Sooner* whipped Kansas. M-0. CHICAGO— (AP)-They say the champion always wins the close ones. The Minnesota Gophers, pressed but victorious In two tough games,.are showing that this old saying applies to football as well as baseball. The Gophers, only undefeated and untied major eleven in the midwest, whipped Northwestern a year ago by one point and added Insult to Injury by repeating the trick Saturday, I to 7. They outgained the Wildcats all day, but could produce a touchdown only with one of those age- worn sleeper plays. This maneuver, the legality of whkh is questioned by Northwestern players, sprung little Bud Higgins into the open for a 41-yard touchdown run. This and a safety on Bill De Correvont's busted signal left the pnrmde and needing only victories over Wisconsin and Iowa to clinch tht title. If Minnesota ROCS on to clinch .the title, and it's hnrd to see how they could miss, it will be Ber- nir Bierman's sixth conference championship in eight years. The Gophers won in 1934. shared it with Ohio State in 1935. won in 1937, and 1938 and relumed to the throne last season. Minnesota faces a weaker than usual Nebraska eleven Saturday at Minneapolis while six Big Ten teams continue the scramble for runnerup honors. Indiana plays at Northwestern. Wisconsin at Ohio State and Iowa at Illinois. Purdue entertains Michigan State and Michigan takes the Saturday off. Michigan established itself a bit more firmly as the second-ranking team with a 20 to 0 victory over Illinois. Fumbles in the raw. gusty weather marred the play of both teams. Bill Green returned to the Iowa lineup and the Hawkeyes responded to his leadership by whacking Indiana, 13 to 7. for the lowans' first conference victory in four starts. The triumph I'ted Eddie Anderson's boys out of the cellar above Illinois and Indiana. Green scored both touchdowns for the Hawks. Billy Hillenbrand contributed the Hoosier six-pointer. The Big Ten came out of two of its three .non-conference games on the short end. Ohio State worked surprisingly hard to whip Pittsburgh, 21 to 14. Syracuse's fancy passing game outscored Wisconsin, 27 to 20. Undefeated Fordham smothered Purdue, 17 to 0, and never'gave the Boilermakers a chance to get close to scoring territory. Notre Dame, which plays Northwestern two weeks hence, remained undefeated but had to be satisfied with a scoreless tie with Army in a tuf-of-war in the mud. Green Bay Upsets Bear Eleven, 16-14, As W look On Triumph by Packers Reopens Pro Football Championship Race By Tom Slier CHICAGO—i AP»—The myth of th- Chicago Bears' invincibility h«A been blasted to bits, so now National football league teams can settle down to the business of deciding the professional championship. Until Green Bay smacked the Bears over yesterday. 16 to 14. they were the talk of the country. Superlatives flooded the accounts of their games as coaches and writers acclaimed them as irresistible and unbeatable—the team of the decade. Now that's all over and the Bears face a terrific fight for the championship they won a year HRO. The pretenders to the throne included not only those pesky Puckers, but also Washington and the New York jiants. Washington trampled Pittsburgh, 23 to 3. yesterday and assumed the eastern division lead while the Giants bowed to the surging Chicago Cardinals, 10 to 7, Bears' Rally T*« Late But the big story was how the Packers, who previously had won six of seven games, rubbed out the Bears before a record crowd of 46,484. The Bears' attack for three quarters was incredibly Inept against the inspired Packers, who stuck to a seven and six-man line most of the encounter, shifting from one to the other. The champions KBlneH 65 yards by rushing the entire battle, using the same offensive that previously had given them 300 points in five contests and an average of 420 yard:, a game. Green Bay drove 63 yards to a first quarter touchdown, Cecil Isbell passed 36 yards to Lou Brock for the other and Clark Hlnkle booted a 44-yard field goal as the clincher. The Bears roared back for two touchdowns in the fourth period, but started too late and couldn't get close enough to try a field goal. Detroit dropped Cleveland into the division cellar by whipping the Rams, 14 to 0. and Brooklyn defeated Philadelphia. 15 to 6. The Giants, with two defeats, now face Detroit. Cleveland, Washington and Brooklyn. The Redskins must play Brooklyn. Bears. Green Bay and Philadelphia in addition to the Giants. The Bears, in addition to the Redskins, play Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia and the Cardinals while Green Bay plays only the Cards, Pittsburgh and Washington. In case of a divisional tie, the two teams must play foir the right to meet the other sectional champion in the annual title battle. College Football St Mx.r:-\ fO.M 2f.. Oon.rnpa 0. F?" J-o-.n- U . 21. Lnvn'm (L A • 1,1 Minnesota R. Norths r<>rrn 7. In-a-n 13. Indians 7. Ohm Statr 21. Pittsburgh 14. Mirhieari 2n. Illinois 0. P>racu.«r 27. \\VconMn 20 Kansas S'ntr 12. Nebraska fi. Missouri 19. Mirlugnn Slatr 0, Mississippi 12. Msrquntp 6. Oklahoma ASBH-R 13. Crrighton Oklahoma .18. Kansas 0. Iowa Statr 27. South Dakota 0. OrinnrJ 13 Brlmt 0. Ro^r Poly 33. Knilham 0. lake Forrst u, North Central 6, Monmouth 7, Auctistana 0. Eurrka 0. CarltiaRr 0. Elmhurst 0. \Vh R'OH n. Drtroi; 15. Manhattan 0. Manrhrr-trr 0. Ball Statr 0. Toledo 9. I!lmoi<; \Veslrynn 0. Tubn 13. Wichita 7. Akron 28. Ohio Wrsleyan 8. Knox 6, Cornell college 0. Carleton 6. Coe 0. Illinois Normal 13. De Kalb 7. Principia 29, McKrndree 6. Ripon 13. Lawrence 7. St Joseph's 26, Carroll 7. DrPauw 13. Louisville 6. Illinois college 6, Culver StockJ ton 0. Iowa State Teachers 51, North Dm« kota State 6. Illinois Normal 14. Macomb 0. Mllllkln 61. Charleston 0. Ohio U.. 26. Miami (Ohio) 0. Butler 26. Wnbash 0. Wooster 17. Mount Union 0. Shurtleff 19. MichiR»n Mines f: Centre 51. Hanover 6. Dubuque 19. Wartburg 6. Rolla Mines 3. Springfield 0. Notre Dame 0. Army 0. Fordhnm 17, Purdue 0. Navy 13. Pennsylvania 6. Harvard 6. Princeton 4. William and Mary 3, Dartmouth I Brown 7, Yale 0. Columbia 7. Cornell 0. Holy Cross 6, Colgate 0. Boston college 31. Temple 0. Duquesne 7, Vlllanova *. Texas Christian 23, Baylor 12. Texas 34. Southern Methodist 0. Tulane 34. Vanderbllt 14. Tennessee 13, Louisiana State 4L Texas Aggies 7, Arkansas 0. Georgia 7. Auburn 0. • Alabama 30, Kentucky 0. Duke 14, Georgia Tech 0. Rice 54. Centenary 0. Mississippi State 20, Southi (Memphis) 6. No. Carolina State 13, No. Carolina 7. West Virginia 7, Washington and Lee 6. Marshall 16, Wake Forest 0. Virginia 34, Virginia Poly 0. Virginia M. I.. 13. Davidson 7. Stanford 27, Santa Clara 7. Washington State 13, Oregon 0 Oregon State 33, Idaho 0. California 27. U. C. L. A., 7. Washington 21, Montana State 0. Pacific U.. 13; Puget Sound ». Arizona 33. Texas Mints 14. Colorado State 6. Denver 6. College of Pacific 19, Humboldt I BIBLE'S MIDDLE VEBSE The middle verse of the James version of the Bible U eighth verse of Psalm 18, which preceded and followed by verses. The standings: W. L. Minn. 3 0 Mich. 3 1 Wis. 2 1 N. U. 22 O. State 1 1 Purdue 1 1 Iowa 1 3 Indiana 0 . 2 Illinois 0 2 T. Pts. Opp. 0 48 13 0 40 14 64 68 23 21 IB 32 6 Prep Football Trinity (Bloomlngton) X, Theresa (Decatur) 6. Mt. Cannel (Chicago) 7, Catholic high (Joliet) 0. St. Bede academy (Peru) 40, Marmion Military academy (Aurora) 0. None of the states of the United State* i* enclosed entirely by nat- Gophers at the head of the Big Ten ural boundary line* fflARVUS BALANCE «am,in.fud oJ, too. 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