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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, PAGE THREE. SPORT W NE.WS^ AND^VIEWS HIGHS PLAYING ELDORADO TODAY A Fit and Ready Gold and Bin* Team to Battle at El- / dorado Today. Drake Big Noise in Middle West * * » • # • * Under Coach Solem, Drake It OutiUnding Team in Miwuri Valley Conference, and Comparative Scorea Give It Rating With Beit in Country. FOOTBALL BATTLES' OVER COUNTRY . With evory member of the Gold •110 Blue grid sqflad In fighting trim na the team battles "Eldorado today at that city, prospects for a win, In the last game on foreign •oil for the Reason, are good. Twonty-two players or the Hutchinson high school football squad accompanied by Coach Ralph McCarroll, left Hutchinson early todity, tor tho homn of tho Eldorado nir- gragution. The trip Is being made In one of the Inter-elly busses. *A small band of Gold and Blue Meters left Inter in the morning to Witness the game. Tho team snapped through drills In (fine shape yesterday afternoon add appeared to bo determined to *et a good meal of victory moat ' xrem the Eldorado team. Coach McOarroll announced the following players would start: Keller o. Brltton 1; t. I.oughton 1, g. Bright c. Dice r. g. Cramm r. u JTlrdler .r. e, Wooddell (]. b. Chapman I. h. h. IBrlggs r. h. b. Mann f. b. 1 KPT TO RIGHT' K McLUBN. FULLBACK; C. BVJSRISTT, HALFBACK; OVAL, COACH SOLEM? CAPTAIN' S OKBBADOH, QTJARTERBAK; G. SPJSAHS, HALFBACK. While Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska nro hogging the spotlight in Missouri Valley Conference football, Drake appears, to be tho big nolso In that section. Nebraska, which won mftch glory and fame In the game with .Illinois H01SINGT0N TO PLAY I0LA TEAM Paris was not interested In the American 'baseball tourists- . - . 'None of them had come over for a divorce. 1 • • » Perhaps the chief reason why fcasoball flopped lu Paris was that bv stopping Grange, and losing after a hectic struggle by the narrow margin ot 9 to 6, dropped most of It by Its 14 to 7 defeat by Oklahoma. Then Drake, to give the natlveu some Idea of its power, stepped out and beat Oklahoma 28 to 0. , Drake's fine semiring this year reflects great credit on its coach O. M. Solem, who is working under a five-year contract. Aside from a good line he hag a> reloped one of the best backflelds In the middle west. So far no opponent baa been able to stop 'em. 'the* i.uBhera failed to give away risque postcards with the programs. » • * Having mado his mark as a • pitcher, Walter Johnson is now de. tormlned to mako his dollar mark as a magnate. * • • His trainer saya the hard tracks . in America beat Bplnard. ... We knew all along thut the speed of i Baraiten and Wlaa Counsollor had nothing to do with It. « * • Not the least unusual thing about yesterday was tliqt It went into the roconle without seeing Floyd Johnton walloped by some pork-and' tea nor. • • • The original young genius who wrote about "Second T.v Cobba" in the sprig Is now running amuck in the sport pages with "Second Red Granges." • * • Walter Hagen and Cyril Walker ars going to play for the world golf title in Florida. . . . They ought to let Bobby Jonna eaddy for them I at least. • • • A colored g «nt 1>y the name of Showers was knocked out In Newark the other night. ... It Is presumed he was caught la a rain ft lefts and right*. * '\ ' l*t'» see, wasn't it Judge Landls arho said the baseball scandal wouldn't close until the "culprits In. jaolved wers dead In their graves?" * * * Connie Mack insists the mental standards In baseball are much . Wghor than they used to be. , . , Strong American Legion Team to Clash at Hois* ington, Nov. 3&. lloisington, Kan., Vov. 20—HoU- ington American Legion grid team, champions of central and western Kansas, will meet the strong lola Legion eleven, claimants of the eastern part of tho state, af Hois- Ington, Sunday, November 30, m what promises to- bo a real football game. Both elevens have been all-victorious so fn( this season and will fight bitterly to maintain a clean slate. Hoisington hag lost two games In the past three years while the lola aggregation has lost but one game for the same period. It is being advertised as tho biggest American Legion game in the state this year. Officials will be: Ad. Limlsuy, Bethany College, referee; Bill Weldllne, Hays, umpire; Andy Schoepple. Nebraska V., head linesman. Coach Ralph MoCarroll and his i every game on the Notre Dame Gold and Blue squa* ,eft early to-1 achedul^l. a tot, g h f one and Rockne day for the lair of the Eldorado high school grid team. According to dope, which doesn't, moan much, are about evenly Will Not Divide the County Schools The Reno County High School League has decided not to divide the high schools over the county, as proposed, into two basket ball leaguos, but to arrange the schedule as in former seasons. There had been some sentiment In favor of dividing the county, putting the schools with the small 1 or courts into a separate league. It Is expected that before long the league will Include only the schools with the standard courts. both elevens matched. , —x— ElDorado trimmed Ark. City 7 to 0 at tho field of tho former-school while Hutchinson turned back the Railroaders, 16 to 7 at Hutchinson. It promises to be one of the atlffest games on the Gold and Blue schedule. Hutchinson high school has bad a very successful grid season so far considering the fact that the majority of last year's team was lost through graduation- Coach McCarroll has put a winning 1 aggro gatlon on the gridiron for the past three years. A. team that wins all games can't bo expected every season. —x— Knute Roclcne, football's master mind, seems to be the only coach who can give the fans n winner every year. For a number of years in the past the Notre Damp mentor has produced an aggregation which has been humbled but once In, a season. \ —x— Probably tho real test will come for Ftocltne next year when he loses practically every member of this year's brilliant array through graduation. Rockne's present team is made up of a galaxlty of stars which Bhould be heralded the country's championship eleven. —x— Rockne bars none when, he makes up his grid schedule. And Western Conference; College Teams in Gridiron Strug* gles Tomorrow. *29 .50 of points his team for every fray. Most alleged big tennis play a hard game and then loaf a couple " weeks. —i— E. C. Qulgley, who refereed the,: Sterling-Bulldog game in Hutchln' son Wednesday will work the annual Yale-Harvard game in the Yalo bowl Saturday afternoon. Quite a Jump from the Hutchinson athletic field to the Yale bowl. —x— The work of Qulgley and Leslie Edmonds, ot the Topeka Capital, In handling the game was very commendable. It is seldom that football fans In this section have ih« opportunity to see such efficient officials in action. —x— "Qulg" works athletic games from coast to coast and is rated among the country's best at all three of the major sports—baseball, football and basket ball. 'Nebraska Invades Manhattan for a game with the Aggies Saturday. It is the first time in the history of the schools that the Cornhnskers have played at Manhattan. Coach Dawson's crew should win If they have recovered sufficiently from the drubbing at tho hands of Knute Rockne's "wonder team." —x— Dean Engeberg, of the Nebraska University, has already put the ban on mixed parties motoring to the Nebraska-Aggie game. The men must go in separate cars and the co-eds in separate cars, according to the dean's edict. It takes a university professor or dean to take the Joy out of Ufa. Play for Dance at Larned. Lloyd Holadayiand hla^No. 1 orchestra motored last evening to Larned to play for a community dance. The Holaday Serenadors went to Ellinwood to furnish music for a club dance there. Nebraska to Meet the Aggies Tomorrow Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 21.—Limping with injuries resultant froni tho disastrous Invasloa..oC the Notre Datne stronghold last week, tho University of Nebraska football team left last night for Manhattan, Kan., where the KanBas Ag- gieB, a 'Missouri valley opponent, will he played tomorrow. The Cornhuakera' camp was glum over prospects of keeping unmarred the record of eight victories over the Kansas Aggies, however. Dough Myers, who mado Nebraska's only E3oro against Notre Dame, and Roland Locke, fastest man in football, are both on the injured list, and it was not certain they would play, coaches said. (Uy 'Clla Associate'] Press) Chicago, Nov. 21.—When Western Conference coaches today, shouted "that's all" and their pro teges trooped from their fields, the curtain rang down on' more than two months ot footba)! practice and preparations for tomorrow's games; upon which so much depends were complete. Tho veil of secrecy that shroud-' ed tho week's workouts was not. drawn aside at the final sessions and but small Indication was given of the tactics relied upon to bring last minute laurels. It was known, however, that two types of football were in prospect of display In /Chicago In the Chicago-Wisconsin and Northwestern- Notre Dame games, whlh held the center of midwest football Intorest. For the Championship. Chicago and Wisconsin each had a line smashing game ready for their tilt, which the maroons must win to be declared undisputed western conference champions. Both teams have mado the bucking attack their mainstay, such tactics having enabled Chicago to pierce the Illinois line and hold the then conference loader to a 21-21 tie. Chicago had an edge lu Its reserve strength,-which allowed for substitution of tho backs and line In middle periods. Wisconsin had a sturdy line and a superior kicklngj game. Notre Dame's Battle. An open game was expected to develop Jn the meeting of Notre Dame arid Northwestern before a capacity crowd In Chicago's new Grant Park stadium. Notre Dame's practice has abolished its running attack which worked effectively against the Army and Princeton with any of the famous "four horsemen"—Layden, Miller, Crowley and StuhldToher, carrying the ball. The hard tackling defenso of ockne men was anticipated purple, which has prepared trick plays and forward passing tactics to overcome the menace. Both teams were reported In-line condition with the exception of Mathews, end, and Patrick, guard, of Northwestern, who were considered out for the season. Some Tricks for Iowa. Michigan reviewed its repertoire and added additional tricks to be sprung on Iowa in Its last practice of the season. Miller, regular end, who was out of the Illinois game because of injuries, returned to tho wlnd-np nt the season and his finale with the Wolverines. Ohio is enrouto to TJrlmna iu an attempt to deduct further prestige when Illinois lost to Minnesota, held a light workout at Danville, 111. The Illlnl worked desperately to get back into llieir winning; gait and Coach Znppl.u shifted Captain Rokusek to tackle and Shlvely to guard. 1 'Hooslers at Purdue. Indiana was ready for its invasion ot Purdue's camp at Lafayette, with a defonsivo game polished to a nicety and an aggressive attack waiting to be unleashed. With the exception ot Its star center, Captain Ralph Claypool, Purdue was in good condition. One change was- made in Minnesota's line-up when tho battle front id oppose Vanderbilt ot Nashville, Tenn., was announced. Mathews replaced Gay at left guard, but Special Value Suits and Overcoats This is a rare opportunity and we urge the men and young men to come in today and tomorrow and examine these suit and values. the i>Roi by the —Every garment guaranteed satisfaction. Try them on. overcoat otherwise the team that blasted Illinois' championship hopes was Intact. RENO HIGH IN BATTLE WITH NEWTON TODAY Newton, Kan., Nov. 21.—Tho Newton high school football team plays Its last game of the season at home this afternoon with the Reno county high team from NickS erson. One more game will be played but It will be at ElDorado Thanksgiving Day. Newton has had the best team this year that haa represented the town in recent years. Of the six games played tour have been won, two have been lost and one tied. The high school has scored 114 points to Its opponents 36. TODAY JACK ; HOXIE in the Exclusive Showing of His Latest, "RIDGEWAY OF MONTANA" A romance of thft cattlo nui&i\s. And Larry Semon Comedy, "BODS AND BOOBS" Also Martin Johnson Picture LIBERTY Today and Tomorrow "SURGING SEAS" A feature picture with Hurricane Hutch. Also— "COWBOYS" An Imperial Comedy Pictures Continuous. Matinee ^... 10c Rvenlng 10 and lac DISAPPEARED LIKE MAGIC Mr. Henley Say* Pile* Go Quickly And Painlessly Under The Atrophic Method Of Treatment Without The Knife. Hudson, Kansas, Man Say* Dr. Hunter 4 Associates Are Adept* With This New Treatment, And Cured Hfan In A Few Treatment*, RON-T0M-TIN FIND YOUR MAN" Now! • in "Our Gang" Comedy—"Cradle Robbers" Usual Shows—Prices Mats. 10—20c. Eve 10—-3Cl NOW1 REGINALD DENNY "THE RECKLESS AGE" We suppose all the credit goes to Bonesettor Iloese. < * * •* There no longer nood be doubt that the Irish are going back. . . . One Mike O'Connor has just won a'equash tenuis championship. What l.appens when a player who is off-tide touches the ball? The/ball goos to tho opposing side at the Bpot where tho foul occurred. When • team attempts to handicap a 'tar player by piling up aftsr he has been downed, what rseourss has the refers* to break up such an U'ifilr practice? If, in the opinion ot the officials lu charge of tho name, a team la Utility of piling up, the rules give them to right to inflict a 15 -yard ,, ranalty. What acts, are regarded as un, necessarily rouflh play and liable to punishment? What Is tha penalty? Tripping, tackling a runner when he Is clearly out of bounds, throw. , lng a player to the ground after the ball has become dead, are ]u*t a few of the acts uomlug under the rule. The penalty Is tho loss of IS yards from the spot of the foul, THE WOMEN FOLKS ARE UP WARMS-IT 3BEM« THERE IS AH UNUSUAL. ATTRACTION AT THE FIRS STATION SIMCt? CHIEV OTEY WALKER. HAS CLEAMEP OUT THE PLACE We Close All Day Thanksgiving Next week we will have six days work to do in five. ( In order to maintain our high standard work and service we ask your co-operation at this time. Send us your laundry and dry cleaning as early as possible. Phone 107 or 108 American Steam Laundry Hutton & Oswald, Prop*. Hutchinson, Kansas IRIS" 1 "* Evening 10c Tonight—Allene Ray In "Ten Scars Make a Man." "The Man Who Would Not Die," IndlHn story. Pothe News. "Accidental Accidents," comedy. Tomorrow—"Tha Rodeo Hero" with Billy Sullivan. "The Empty Sta|U' new raeo track mory. "Loit Control," Century comedy. 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 Hudson, Kan. Seat. tt. 14. "f had suffered for about 8 y«sr» with a very painful case of Pllaa. In my case the disease took a rsry severe form, I bled profuBoly sort the pnln and soreness was torrlflc. I tried all tlie remedies and treat, mentg I could hear or, all In vain. Let me say right here mat wtien these mall order* outtltH tell you they can send yon something Dy parcel post that will cure plies, don't, you bellovo them. By fooling with nuch fakes you are not only throwing your money away but are losing good time that should bo spent lu getting really cured. I tried about, all that bunch, and I know. 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Mr. Henley has said it ami said It well—there Is lust ONE WAY to bo cured of Plies and that Is to place the case In tho hands of specialist who knows bis fausluess and who uaes a mild, non-operaliva method like the Atrophic Method, visit the office a few times to ra- vi>lve a practically p.ilnless treatment and hecome entirely cured In just a Hhnrt time. And cured for life, without laying up In a hospital a Bingle hour, without taking chloroform, without undergoing an operation or laying up from your work, and without the use ot knife, or burning cautery, or ligature, scissors, or tortune clamp. These barbarous and painful treatments belong to the crude past and huv« wo place In this up to date aga. And also, as Mr, Henley state* from experience, yon are wasting your time if you ara depending upon salves, ointments, suppositories, mall order treatments, or other cheap makeshifts to cure you. 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