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November 14, 1924

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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1924 THE nUTCHTNSON NEWS. PAGE THREE. SPORJT NEWS* AND ^L. VIEWS STERLING ONE OF BIG THREE Woody's Eleven Rank* Sacend . In Conference and at Top In Scoring Powtr. Gamea Today: Ottawa vi. College of Emporia at Emporia. Kansas Wosleyan vs. Baker ut Baldwin. Washburn vs. St. Mary's at St Mary's.' ' Tomorrow r Full-mount vs. Hays Teachers at 1-1 nys. friends vs. Bethel at Newton. Three teams stand head and shoulders above their fellows in the 'Kansas conference as the pennant race nears the tape. They are the Pittsburg Manuals —unsubdued In four conference tilts;. Sterling's tltle -holderB —ranking even with the Manuals tn acorlng and defensive power in their seven starts and the College of Emporln, sole conqueror of Sterling, third In offensive power and humbled only by the leaders. Pittsburg has been Invincible, winning tour straight games and maintaining the only clean record in the circuit. Sterling has climb' ad to an undisputed second rank; and while Emporia Is on a par Willi Fit I nil on nt and Bethany in percentage, both of the latter have played tie games and both were .defeated by Sterling, whom the Bmportans overwhelmed. Hare is a comparison of the acorlng power of the five Readers oppon en tt' Points n> Team Games PotnU Pittsburg ......... 4 oft Sterling 7 112 :s College of Emporia 6 73 .'15 Vslrmount ........ 6 18 46 Bethany 7 SI Sts Few sensations have marred the relative standings since mldeeason and after a glance at the unfinished schedule the dopesters forecast little change among the halt dozen leaders In the two gamos remaining to each. TJio Thanksgiving day Falrniount-Filends clash Is the only contest among the leaders. Tomorrow's Grid Games Principal football games ached ulod for all sections of. the country tomorrow are na follows: East Harvard vs. Brown at Cambridge Yale vs. Princeton at Princeton. Cornell vs.. Dartmouth at New I, York. j Army vs. Columbia at West Point. 1 SUvy vs. Bucknell at Annapolis. ,[ West Virginia vs. Washington & l*e at Charleston, W. Va. |* Syracuse vs. West Virginia Wesle- I yan at Syracuse, i Pittsburgh vs. Washington & Jet- j ferson at Pittsburgh, i Amherst vs. Williams at Amherst, • Hamilton vs. Union at Schenec- j tady. i Colgate vs. Springfield'at Hamili ton. L. Rutgers va. New York University at New York. Penn State vs. Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, Vlllanova vs. Lehigh at Bethlehem. Huston University vs. {dlddlebury at Boston. West Michigan vs. Ohio State at Columbus. Illinois vs. Minnesota at Minneapolis, f Northwestern va. Chicago at Chicago. Wisconsin vs. Iowa at Madison. ' Indiana va. 'Wabash at Bloomington. Nefcrasga va. Ntre Dame at Bouth Bend. \- Washlngton vs. Missouri at Columbia. Oklahoma vs. Kansas at Lawrence. Drake vs. Kansaa Aggies at Manhattan. Iowa State va. OrlnaeU at Orlnnell. Detroit University va. Quantloo Marine* at Detroit Marquette va. North Dakota a* Milwaukee. South Dakota State v» Aggie* at Lansing. South Alabama va .Centre at Blrtnln* ham. Chattanooka vs. Georgetown at Chatanooga. Auburn vs. Georgia at Columbus. Georgia Tech. vs. Vanderbllt at Atlanta. Kentucky State vs. V. M. I at Lexington, Ky. Mercer vs. Florida at Macon, Go. William & Mary vs. Roanoke at Newport News, Va. Tulane vs. TenneiBee at New Or' leans. V. P. 1. vs. Virginia at Bacltburg. Far West Oregon vs. Washington State at Portland. Sundford va Montana at Palo Alto. California vs. Nevada at Berkeley. Oregon AggteB vs. Pacific at Crir- .allia. Southern California vs. Whittler at Los Angeles, i ttrffi FANNING B££HM? Modern transportation ts a boon to athletics. Hutchinson high school football squad will be able to get Winfleld today, enjoy a good rest before the game nnd got home about 11 o'clock tonight by traveling the bus route. , —x— I'Wonder girl" predicts McPhet son victory over Sterling. We'll say she's a wonder If the Bull Dogs can accomplish tbnt. , —x— In these days of constant upsets such a thing is possible ' In next Wednesday's clash between these neighboring "colleges, which will be played In Hutchinson, but tn view of the records . and the known • quantity Woody has, It hardly seems possible. —j— At all events Warren Woody thinks well enough of-his foe to start hard practice at Sterling In preparation for the game and Hutchinson fans who turn out for this first college game ever ta.be played in Hutchinson will undoubtedly see a real battle. —x— Gil Dobie's Cornell grlddore tangle tomorrow at tho*Polo Grounds with Dartmouth and face a tough foe. Emerson Carey, Jr., a former Hutchinson high school grid star is slated to start that game at right guard, according to late advices from Ithaca. —x— "June" Carey played an Important role oa the freshman team last year at Cornell but was slow to get started this year. He did not land on the varsity until just before the Columbia game and helped the Dobie team upset the dope, —x— It's a pretty safe bet that among the dads who-will attend the Kansas-Oklahoma game at Lawrence tomorrow will be John Starr, fathet^ of. Wilbur Starr, who Is developing Into a brilliant varsity back on the Jayhawker Bquad. —x The Kansas Aggies are pointing tor next week 's battle with Nea- bniska ./biit will consider the season a big success if they can turn hack Drake, undefeated conference lenrtor tomorrow. Drake will meet stiff opposition at Agglevllle. That much is certain. ' Iowa is given a good chance , to triumph tomorrow over Wisconsin and a victory would be the first In the history of the schools. In seven meetings of the two universities. Wisconsin has always won. The two teams have not met however. In the past fow years when Iowa: had it* greatest (earns. The last game was in 1»17. —x— Lyons high school, coached hf Art Knhler, former Southwestern star, bids fair to have. the best record of any Kansas high school this year. To date the Lions have captured seven games and have scored 269 to none for all opponents. —x— The Sterling-McPherson college grid game here next week IS well timed, coming as it does after a long period of no football In the salt city. The high school team has been on the road for two weeks and will not get Into action here hut one more time, Thanksgiving day when Manhattan comes. Indications point to' the largest crowd which ever eaw a game here when Sterling and McPherson meet. Regular caravans of rooters will come from the two cities. It's up to Hutchinson fans to turn , out too for on the financial BUC-J cess of this venture hinges making this gome an annual affair here. SEES VICTORY FOR BULL DOGS /T- "NUT- JOE VUUAM S California has revived the fight game, but it's the tighten who need reviving. • • * When a man complains ho leada a dog's lite it does not always mean he is down to his last, bone. • * • Kid Hoots Is a musical comedy and not the nickname of the Mr Miller who played third for Wash Ington during the series. *• • • Chicago wants the Army-Navy game. . . , That town simple can't get along without a ticket scandal of some sort. ' • » • One drawback about football diagrams is that by the time you learn what they are all about the season is over. • • • . Getting guys to play Willie Hoppo must be something like getting the Big Three teams to play Notre Dame. \ • • • \ Ash, British flyweight, has returned home alter being knocked out In one round. ... It Is suspected his last name Is Can. • * • Red Grange is training to be a public speaker. ... At present he la content to say It with touchdowns. • a ' • ' Only three eteeple-chase riders were killed last year. ... If the boys don't start doing better the promoters, will have to abolish the event. • • e It la said Harry Grab now weighs 118 pound*. ... It he keeps on growing he'll loon be able to make the lightweight limit It Is probably just aa well that Coolldge doesn't play golf . . . DaweB cusses too muoh a* it Is. • * ' • Flrpo will always be meat tor Dempsey, even if the champion does decide to become a vegetarian. Launch Movement For Walton League Chapter in City A campaign to sign 100 members for a Hutchinson chapter of the foaak Walton League will be launched here at once, it was decided at a meeting of a score or so sportsmen last night at the Elks home. Tho meeting was addressed by O. C. Donahay, organiser for the league. Another meeting will be called Inside of two weeks. The Izaak Walton league ol America, Mr. Donahay explained has a membership of more than 200,000 In America who are pledged to a program of preservation of America's natural resources. He said Kansas should havo an amended eet of statutes affecting hunting and fish iris and declared the sportsmen should have a hand In writing the new laws. "Wonder Girl" Predict* Win For McPherson in College Game Here Wednesday. ' McPherson, Kan., Nov. 14.—Sup porters of the McPherson college football team expect to seo dope shattered when the Canines tangle wllh tho Sterling college team at Hutchinson next Wednesday. A professional "wonder girl" mind reader has predicted that the Bulldogs will take the gnme by a 10 to 6 tally. Not much attention would have heeu paid the prediction hnd it not been that this woman, appearing at u local picture show, stated the night before tho Armistice Day game with Bethany that the McPherson team would score a "moral victory" In that contest. Anybody seeing that game knot's that Is exactly what happened, as the Bulldogs upset all dope, outplayed the Swedes in every department of play, and tied the score In a knot In the last quarter when It seemed as If costly bleaks had given the game to their opponents. This second prediction is, the talk of the town, and strange .as It may seem there are a lot of people who really believe the Wednesday game Is aa good as stowed away as a McPherson victory. Bowling Office Supply Men Win. The Abbott Electrics lost their bowling match in the Y, M. C. A. tournament last night to the Hutchinson Office Supply & Printing Co. pin men 2,623 to 2,332. The lndivldual^cores: Abbott Electrical Company. Yerkes 502 Vanatta 682 Van Zuiidt 4U Kauffman ; 4'J7 Abbott 4'J8 Totals 2b23 Hutchinson Office Supply Co Bennett 433 c ,°*ell ...'.".*, 60S Hurty i ^ Partridge 466 Leonard 433 Totals HIGH8 GO BY BUS TO WINFIELD TODAY Tho Hutchinson high school toot- ball squad, 20 strong accompanied by Coach Ralph McCarroll and Superintendent of Schools J. W. Gowans left early this morning In a big lnter-clty bus for Winfield where the Macmon play Winfield high this afternoon. Mr. Gowans was formerly superintendent of schools at Winfield and is especially Interested in seeing tho local boys triumphant to day. Three Biff Game* In the Ea*t Tomorrow New York, Nov. 14.—Eastern football Interest this week is centered in a compact eastern triangle,. New York, the northern polnr.,1 where Dartmouth and Cornell 1 clash; Philadelphia, the western, with Penn State and undefeated Penn at grips; and' at Princeton, 1 me southern, where Princeton an- lounteri-Yale. Penn, perhaps, will face the supreme test, although State-fell be* 'tore Georgia Tech and Syracuse >n successive Saturdays. .... A wocl- igo, however, Hugo Beidek's men Iriven to desperation, humbled th* 'arnegle Tech, conquerors of Pit'., ly. 23 to 8, The navy was also a in State victim. Indiana Boy is Red Grange of H. S. Grid Elkhart, Ind., Nov. lis —In Clarence Peterson, captain of the Elkhart High school eleven, Elkhart believes it has a premier candidate for highest,Individual football honors, surpassing even the renowned Harold "Red" Grange, Illinois all- Amerlcan hack. Peterson has scored 181 points of hla team's 362 for the seven games played this year, ha* made 28 touchdowns and sprinted a total of 698 yards for touchdowns. In addition, he has made yardage gains running Into hundreds in bringing the ball within striking distance of an - enemy goal for a score by a team-mate. His team has not been scored on this year. 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