The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 12, 1924 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 12, 1924
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^_JNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, PAGE THREE. SPORJT NEWS® AND1VIEWS mm STRICKEN STAR WILL RECOVER But Bomar, Vanderbilt End, Injured Recently, Will Never Play Again Nashville Tenn., Nov. 12.—Lynn Bomar, picked for an end berth'by Walter Camp on his 1923 All-America, who was Injured In the Van- rtorbtlt-Georgln gajne and practically «Ivon up for llfe'n Invalidism from complete pnralyuls of tho lei t *lde, underwent a spontaneous release from the pahilysls and will recover untlro uso of his powerful body. Bomcr will not be able to piny footbnl lawiln this season and will forfeit his chances to gain All- Anierlca and All-Southern honors again. Ho received a klclt on Hie cliln that canned a hemorrhage of the brain and complete paralysis of the left arm and log. An operation was performed to relievo the concussion and only slight hopes were held out that ho would ever gain proper muscle control over the paralyzed limbs. He improved rapidly on the sec- mid day after the Injury and suddenly during the night regained use of his limbs. At present he ia very weak but capable of moving his 205 pound GROVES BETTER THAN BABE RUTH, SAYS MCK DUNN Haltlmore, Nov. 12.—Jack Dunn, owned and manager of the Baltimore Orioles, who sold Babe Iluth and .Tack Dentley to the majors, says "Lefty" Groves, recently purchii«ed by Connie Mack, Is a better pitcher than oithor or tho two. Whei Ruth quit pitching, for the outfiold, he was tho boat southpaw In the American League. Jack Uentley is rated one of the best lefthanders in the National tit present, llotli are proteges of Dunn. Dunn figures ti.nt the addition of so i.'reat a pitcher as Groves to the Athletics " will innku Muck's club a real pennant contender. C!roves cost Dunn $3,fi00. He sold him to Mack for a reported price of 1100,800—a very fair profit . f If Groves is half as good as Dunn insists, Hack has purchased a seend "llube" Waddell. PERFECT RECORD IS NOT MARRED Pittsburg Wint Over Friend* and I* Step Nearer Title— Canines Tie Swedes LYNN BOMAR hody with Its former speed and ability. His physicians have refused t» penult him permission to play again this season with his skull showing a slight fracture and his brain uncertainly healed from the concussion . Bomar was playing his fourth year with the Commodore*. «Hc was All-Southern for the past two years and All-Amerlcan In 1923. IJOE "VI HUM S v —•«—•—••»«» The baseball tourists seem to be getting their fill of the old coun try. and we suspect they cro getting their fill of other things, too. * • * Charges that the teams are using professional playera* indicate Cnli- nttsburg, Nov. 12—Pittsburg Teachers college maintained Its perfect rocord and place at the top of tho Kansas conference standings yesterday by walloping Friends University of Wichita 12 to 2 In a game equally brilliant and ragged in spots. The Quakers could not penetrate the Teachers' defense. The Pittsburg line held consistently, Friends' two points coming on a safety scored in the last minutes of play. I'lny was about even In the opening period, when fumbles wore registered several times. Tho Teachers forged into the lead In the second period when the llrst touch down was scored. Passes anu straight football played a part In putting over the touch down. The pecond score for the Teachers came In the last period. Tho game was the main event ot the dedication of tho first section of tho Pittsburg Teachers' new stadium. Hore he is—Red Grange, tho gridiron meteor, on one ot his remarkable runs ngalnst the Chicago Maroons. Chicago surprised the footbnll world by tying Illinois, and without Grange lllint would have been defeated. Grange scored throe touchdowns. The picture gives you an idea of the remarkable elusive qualities that make htm the greatest of the great. He has a trick of offering his legs to a tackier and then suddenly taking them away. Look and you'll see how he does It. MCPHERSON BULL DOGS BATTLE SWEDES TO TIE MePherson, Nov. 12—The Me­ Pherson Hull Dogs, demonstrating a never say die fight that sent the huge c-owd into a rhapsody of enthusiasm, came from behind yesterday to score J. tie with the Bethony college Swedes in the annual grid classic between tho two ancient rivals. The score was 6 to 6. Bethany scored a touch down In the opening period, largely due to MePherson fumbles and the Canines shoved over the tying touch down in tho final minutes of play. Neither team registered point after touch down. Beaten before the game on the face ot dope MePherson outplayed It-: opponents throughout. Hutchinson grid fans who turn out for the McPherson- Sterling game here a week from today are bound t> witness a.thriller in the opinion ot those who saw tho Canines battle the Bethany Swedes to a 6-G (le yesterday. MePher­ son showed a fight and strength hitherto unsuspected, which means an even contest next week. —x— Everything points to a big turnout of Hutchinson fans for the first college game ever played in the city. A groat amount Of interest was created ,wlth tho announcement that tho game would be play, ed here. Local grid followers have for several years been attending games at both cities. —x— Art Kahler has developed a great football combination at Lyons this year. He hnB a team which has a clean goal line as well as - a clean record. The Lyons team's victory here, shows it is not Just a small-time team. Many teams win all their games but gain little •prestige because they do not meet any strong opposition. —x— Hutchinson hasn't a team to compare with those of four preceding years but Coach McCarroll has an aggregation that Is developing and which Is not easy to beat. Hutchinson lost, to Lyons and Emporia and Emporia won from Topeka, always a stout team In eastern Kansas 10 to 0, a wider margin than attained here. Keeping a" goal dine uncrossed is something ot which to be proud in these days of the open game. No dofense exists today that Is absolutely proof against the forward pass. A team, hopelessly outclassed is apt to score via the aerial route. Re- Kansas Has Edge On Oklahoma In the Past fomia is progressing rapidly in tho development ot the Amoricaii form of football. • * # They say anything is possible In baseball and, yet wo never expect ] to see a close-up of Han Johnson kissing Judge Landis on the foro- head. * » » Cobb eays no runner will ever get anywhere without a hookslido. ...Nevertheless Mr. Coolidge seems perfectly satisfied with a landslide. * * * * Tills is undoubtedly the day of miracles The hot-stove league 1a a month old and not .idy has traded Eddie Collins to the Yankees. • » • The chickens still come home to roost, comments Mr. O'Goofty, but In these modern times most of 'era havo to bo helped out ot the cab. » • » An expert avers Battling Siki doesn't even know tin? A. B. C's of lioxlng... .This may ! because he has spent so much time trying to mast or thi D. T..'s. m m m A college education Is not always a handicap Mr. Sully llontgomory of Centre for example, haw arvanced for enough In the world to be accepted as n whlto hope. * * * Jimmy Do Forrest is nr v teaching boxing by mull... .You gotta at The Kansas Jayhawkers have something of an edge on the Oklahoma .Sooners In total Bcore and victories In past games between tho schools. In tho past five years the teams are all r inare there having been a tie game and two victories for each. In all clashes between the schools Kansas has won 12 lost 7 and tied 2. Here are scores ot former years: Yen r— K. U. O. U. 17 J004 ir, o t'.inr, si ii l iMir, ... •. \w -i laoT in « mus li o IMI9 l: o 1!HU 1! (I mil II :; 11112 v r. ' i; ll'ltl 7 21 111 14 Ill In mis 14 ;.i UlUi 21 in ISM n ii 1D1.S 0 33 11U1I 'I 'J IDL'O » 21 1521 7 24 1322 19 3 1023 7 !1 Tolul points 245 1S1 Games won 32 7 Tied, 2. gardless of inequality of teams there always exists the chance that the under-dog will get away with a long pass and score. All of tho big college teams have been scored upon. Illinois' goal line has boon . crossed frequently. Plttsmirg Teachers seem destined to cop the Kansas conference title this year. Friends looked like the hardest obstacle for the manuals and with that game out of the way there seems little likli- hood that the PiUsburg eleven can be beaten. —x— Sterling has two big hurdles to Insure second place in tho conference. The first is the MePherson contest here next Wednesday and the last is the annual game with Hays Teachers collega at Sterling on Thanksgiving day. Woody has a hard fighting team that is as heavy as any in the conference and tho odds favor a Sterllug victory in both contests. —x— The Oklahoma Sooners, undismayed by three straight defeats after trouncing the Nebraska Corn Huskers are bent on breaking their losing streak in tho game this week at Lawrence. Kansas has also taken a new lease on life sinco registering a win and tying the conference leading Drake eleven last week. Saturday, In the 48th annual renewal ot this ancient classic, will be the outstanding event of thev week in the football world. ! The Ell, undefeated In 1923 and still undefeated this season, faces in Princeton a team which reached the height of Its power against Harvard last week and appears to be now riding on the crest of a wave ot triumph, despite an unimpressive start. ' Tho Tigers, defeated by Notre Dame and tied by Lehigh, will enter the game as an even choice as a result of the victory over Harvard at Cambridge last week, 31 to 0. Yale's record Is a bit more Impressive than that of Princeton, because the Eli has yet to feel defeat, desplto two tlo games with Dartmouth and West Point. . The Big Three championship will probably be at stake In Saturday's game, as It is figured that Yale will subdue its crimson rival when they meet In the Yalo Bowl next week. Tiger-Bull Dog Clash Is Feature Of Current Week (By Tho Associated Tress) New York, Nov. 12.—The meeting of the Bnlldog and the Tiger, rivalry in America, in the Palmer Memorial Stadium nt Prlncolon El PR0DUCT0 HIGH SCHOOL GAMES Benders Are E»y. , Lyons, Nov. 12.—Lyons high school maintained Its perfect roc­ ord and uncrossed goal line by capturing the armistice day contest with Great Bend high 75 to 0. The Jungaleers showed a complete superiority throughout. Liberal Wins Clash. Liberal, Nov. 12.—Liberal high school triumphed over Garden City In the armistice day contest 31 to 0. More than 1,000 persons witnessed the game. Kiowa County in Victory. Greeusburg, Nov. 12.—Kiowa County high school scored a smashing victory over Coldwater In the Armistice day rootball game here. Tho final score was 22 to 0 for the Greeusburg eleven. ABTNA-IZE Brohm's. NOW. Phono 12. 8-31. When Winter Howls! OVERCOATS W HRN the fierce northwest wind Is at tt» wont ono of those blizzard-resisting Overcoat* will romo in mighty linntly. Not only will style, fabric and workmanship interest you, but tho unnsn- ally low prices, too! $25.00, $30.00, $35.00M V In answoring advertisements, please mention The News-Herald. least le able to lick a stamp to get in his class". * w * Connie Mack bus convinced the writers tha', ho hns a winning combination. .. .Couvinclni, the other seven • teams, however, may be harder , "Y" Pin Men Win. The Y. M. C. A. team won last night In Its match with tho Public service ph. smashes, it was a close match. Individual scores: Y. M. C. A. Rlckenbrode ' 503 Kwirl " 1"S Stucltey 1 509 I'. Brown 447 W, Brown 403 Total ..' J 2390 Public Service. fhtur 4M Cole 51S Johnson 390 Hadel 612 McCummant -lUT Totals .234U Obliging Husband: "Oh, all right, all right: Have It your own day." Wife: "Yes, dear. For your sake."—American Legion Weekly. AETNA-IKE Brch iu'-e. NOW. Phone 42. s-at takes more time- costs more money- but it sweetens and mellows tobacco as nothing else can GOLFERS NOTICE The entire line of clubs of Cecil Straw and Geo. Dow, professionals, have been taken over by us and we are offering them at a liberal discount. See them early and get your choice. THE HUTCHINSON OFFICE SUPPLY AND PRINTING COMPANY Phone 127 410 North Main In all our experience we have found nothing that equals AGEING IN WOOD to ripen and sweeten tobacco for smoking Liggett b-Mycrs Tobacco Co. — the aged in wood tobacco

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