The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 22, 1924 · Page 3
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^ATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. E FAGE THRne. S P O PwT NEW'Sf AND^LVIEWS HIGHS TRIUMPH OVER WILDCATS Coach McCarroH 's Charges Down Carlton Gang, 13 to 0 in Great Grid Clastic. (By Staff KepreBentatlve.) Eldormlo, Kan., Nov. 21—Display- iug a hewlliWrlng Hno-smnshlng onil-adrtnl nttnclc. Concli Ralph Mc- tlarroll'v Oolrt anil Bluo' warriors today fouslit the Eliloiriilo Wildcats oft their toel and HtiiasUed through lor a 13 to 2 victory In one of the most brilliant oxhlbitona of loot- ball ever stagedion the local gridiron. There were sparkling runs, brilliantly executed forward passes ftnd a fine exhibition of defensive tnctfctf when kept the spectator)! on thor teet almost continually from the opening whistle to the final Perhaps the outstanding feutiira of the fray was the flawless selection of plays and generalship of the "T %am by I>ean Chapman, Hutchinson back, whose brilliant work was no little part ot the Gold and Blue victory. / Only ti clever bit ot lientVwork by Chapman saved Hutchinson from havlUK the Wildcats push over a touchdown In the second quarter. Hutchinson got possession of the ball on her own 2 yard line. Chapman dropped back behind his own goal line as if to kick,.signalled for the ball and fell on It behind the Roal line for an Eldorado safety. It was Hutchinson's ball then on the 20 yard Una and Chapman kicked out ot danger. The play was executed after Hutchinson had counted n touchdown in th* opening period. Jn the Initial period, Hntehlnson titlvaneed the ..ball to Uio "Wildcat's H yard line with off-tackle drives, end Tuna and a 7 yard pass. With the ball on the seven yard line, (Ibanman raced around tho Wildcat left end, eluded four tacklers sad crossed the line for ft tpuch- .down. Wooddell missed the extra point. Eldorado brought the ball dangerously close to tho Hutchinson .goal lino twice In the third quarter but lacked the necessary punch to Tint it across. Twice the Hutchinson forwards stiffened and throwback the Wildcat hacks and when Eldorado lost tho ball Chapmau suntetl out of danger. Early In the final period with the •wind to their backs, tho Gold and Blue players launched another vicious attack which in the end netted another touchdown. The march started when Keller returned one of Tarrant's punts 13 yards to the Kltloradn S4 yard lino. Hutchinson called time out. Griggs ahot through tackle for three yards but th ball was called back and Hutchinson was penalized 15 yards for using bands. Roller passed to C.'Uapraan who caught the ball on the lino of scrimmage and smashed his way 17 yards through a broken fMS before he was tackled. Another pass. Chapman to Briggs, was good for 11 yards while Mann hit the heart of the Wildcat line for , ,4 more. Brlggs cut through center tor 3 yards. With the ball on the 6 yard lino, Chapman took tho ball on a delayed pass formation and had a clear opening through the Wildcat left tackle for a touchdown. Keller kicked goal, l,ater in the same quarter, Chap- nan Intercepted an Eldorado pass ninl dodging, whirling and running, reeled oft 47 yards to the Hutchinson goal line but bead linesman Stephenson, ruled that he stepped out of bounds and the ball was brought back to that point, Sherwood made a brilliant 27 yard run after Intercepting a Wildcat pass in the same period. Every member of the Hntehlnson team, played a remarkable game. 1'h* forwards swept back the opposition and the Hold an'd Blue backs stepped, through for gains aggregating from 7 to 17 yards. JSvery player teemed to possess a •erer-dsy-dle spirit and Coach McCarroll 'a charges fought like veritable demon* to etave off defeat Pint Quarter HatshlBson won the toes and n- ••tved. dsfeadlna th* north goal with • tiartf north wlnil aweanlng th* field. *Tarrant kicked IT yard* to & Hutchinson player who Hindu no return. On tha first play Chuumn-n punted "0 2 'iirdB, across the Kl Dorado goal linn, ,;t was the Wildcat's bull on thiMr \>wn 20 yard Unfc. On two j,lays, El Porodo could not guln. HuK -hinaon wan penalized 5 yurda for oft -side. •Tarrant >vaa held for no aa\n, Truijn bit tackle for a yard. Hutchinson 'Cook time out Tarrant swept around the Hutchinson rl«ht end for 10 yards end flrat down. VowWr hit tackle fov 4 - - aanio more. TrftPP gained .1 through the mo hole. Tarrant wu.s thrown for * £ yard log*. Tarrant nunteil 3 yardu out of bounds on Hutchinson'» *~ yard line. Chapman *Mrml i-iKht. pnd for l, yard BUhi. UriKcH hiruisheil lhroUKli right tnclile an,t ripped r.O y.-inla through the heart of tho Wildcat fensc. Mann hit center for \. i:hap- tnun made 4 moro on raokle. AJann Kuincd two on line play. Chapman coiilil not gain. It was Kl l>nr- lido's ball on ItH own U yard lino "Tarrant could not gain, Trapp Jilt tackle for 4 yarik i-'u\vlm- hekl, Tarrant punted 21 yard*. It wiia Hutchinson's hall on tho oV yard line. Hrlfiga loa^ 1 'Z yards. Chapman nuulu Ji around rlfc'ht end. A Jl\itclllu»ou pass waa incomplete. Woodoll kicked !» yards. Tarrant kickcu 7 hack. Mann bucked center for 2 yardx. lirlgKa lost a yard. Chapman passed to BrlBRS for 7 yards and the hall Vas on the Wildcat 3 yard line. .Maun crashed through center for 3 yardB but Hutchinson lost on dovena. It wag Kl Dorado's ball on its own 1 yard line. Tarrant kicked 13 yards out of bounds. ,lt was Hutchinson's ball on tho Wildcat 15 yard line. Chapman ahot VhrouKh center for 4 yards. Chapman circled rltfiu end for 11 yard* and a touchdown. Wooden missed goal. Varxant kicked off UO yards to Wood- Aell who returned 3 oa tha quarter *nded. Second Quarter • llutchlnnon kicked and Tarrant made 7 yards around left end. Trapp hit the line for 2 more. Tarrant, made 2 through the same holo. Sheets gained 2 yarda around right end. An Kl /i>orado paaa was Incomplete. Tarrant added a yard around left end. Tarrant punted 27 yards and It was 'Jlutchln ' " - •' "- The best exhibition ot football seon this year wn» the opinion of those who wUneRscrt the Wtter battle y «Htert !ay at Eldorado between Hutchinson nnd Coach Carlson'a team/ U was'a citBQ ot two eleve/is pit* tea ttRHlnRt cntih other with ovory limn flRhting hfs utmost «ach minute of tho game. In the end U waR clear to tho spectators ns to which teum waa'supevlor. Coach MtiCur- TOU'H team eaaily outclassed its opponent* In getteratfihlp, execn- llou of plays and both defensive and offensive strength. % Eldorado had lots of fffiht and went down to defeat fighting desperately. The two lines vera nearly evenly matched in wefght although McCarroU's forwards out- charged tha Wildcat line. —x— Hutchinson should have bad another touchdown. When Chapman Intercepted an Eldorado puss hi the final quarter and raced 47 yards to a touchdown. Stuphpnson, head linesman from Penbody, declared^) he stepped out of bounds. Thoso who saw the play, Including the principal ot the Eldorado hish school Bftid themselves that Ghap- niun never crime within a yard of the white line. An Eldorado player exhibited a bit of ugly sportsmanship in the fourth quarter. Sherwood intercepted a Wildcat heave and was In a clear field to the goal line with the exception of this certain Eldorado player. When tho tackier found that he could not catch Sherwood he delberately threw out hia les and tripped htm. Eldorado waa grfvffii a 15 yard penalty on the play, ttvery member of the Hutchinson team played a wonderful gams yes­ terday. In tbe bacfcfleld, Chapman, Mann, Brlg&s and Wooddell player) exceptionally good games while every man in the line was giving Ha best. Broght at center. Dice and taught on at guards, Cramm ntid tirltton at tackles made up the Une yostorday wftfeft hurled back tho plunging Wildcat backs. Keller and Sherwood, Schooloy una" Howell handled tho ends tn fine shnpo. "Rusty" Hns- Uuvd, Noyea and "Tlgo" UnnUaTd, who played In the backfleld, also come in for thfelv share ot the glory. 11 looks Hke the results of today's Missouri Valley games might go a loifg way toward giving the championship to some Valley team. —x— * Hutchinson' should have a fast semi-pro basketball team hero this winter In tho Cripe Bakery five which has already begun to workout on the courts. —x— Dean Chapman wofked a clever play in the second period. Hutchinson got the ball on downs on her wn 2 yard line. Standing behind his own- goal line. Chapman sig­ nalled for the ball and fell on It for an Eldorado safety. It was Hutchinson's ball then on her own SO yard line and Chapman kicked out of danger. Smart football that Is. Tlie play came after Hutchinson had mude a touchdown in the first quarter. Chapman's selection of plays was flawless In yesterday's game and time after tlmo tit} caught tho Carlson crow flat-footed. —x— Football flenson will Boon be over. Most ot tbe teams will end their 1921 schedules today while a few Important anmjal games will he staged Turkey day. Hutchinson high. schoQl iritt face Its toughest game on the schedule on that date. 'Hutchfnsun'a ball on tlje £0 yard Una, It, Haakara Was h»!U. Woodoll tout f , yard. Chapman guJnert 4 on a fake, rutohimcui lost the ball to £1 Dorado on tho Wildcat 19 ^ard line. Tarrant • hit tuokle for S yards. . nutahlnson took ttmo out- Trapp «utnort a through canter* Tn.rru.nt madn 4 more . through the same hole. Fowler wa« held. Tarrant added a h«lf yard gh the same, hole, Fowler waq heM- Tarrant Adtffld a half yard through the line. Tarrnnt could not train utul It WIUI Hutchlnaon'a hall on their own 2 yard line. Chapman «Iff- •mUled for the hull from center ana foil on (t for the EI Dorado eafety. It Van Hutchinson's hall on her own 20 vartl line, Cliapnmn circled rlpht end for 4 yard*. Hutchinson was p ^n/tllKeil 15 yarda. Chapman punlttd it vnrcle to Shewts Mho waa dropped In nls tracks. KeUor threw Tarrant for a fl yard toss. An EIOOTOISO pass won Incomplete. Another Wildcat pn.«s was knocked down,, kicked 40 vard.* out ot bounds and It wan Hutchinson'* hull on Ita own 12 yard line. Chapman gained Jl yards I through center. NutU* threw R. Husks rd for a. % yard loas. Chapman punted 32 yards. Uall .was hrout(ht hack and El Dorado [leftallzcd C yards., Srhoaloy made S yn.rd.i around left I Aide. Kellf-r loat 1, Chapman sained '2 around right aide. Chapman punted 2f» yards. Sheota no gain. Sheets passed !HJ yat\la to Sprowi and the i ball wan on the Hutchinson 10 yard line. Tarrant lilt right tackle for « yards aa the uuurter endwl. ThJrd Quarter JIutohlTienn kicked 10 yard* defending tho eonth goal. JUitnhlneon recovered on her. own 40-yard line. v A Hutchinson pa«s waa Incomplete. ; Chapman kicked 28 yarda but Hmrh- inson was penalized five yards. Chapman vurUad i3 to Sheeta who waa i thrown back three. Tarrant punted ; 51 yards out of hounds and it was Hutchinson's hail on the 25-yard line. Mann crnahert center for eight. BrfRKM lost throe. Chuiiman did not Rain Chapman punted 23 yards out "f boundi* and it waa KI Dorado's bull on the 47-yard line. Tarrant Ml center for onu. Kowlcr lost threa yards. Tarrant no gain. Tarrant kicked 4a yards across goal lino and It was Hutchinson's hall on the 20-yard line. BrlggH gained one around right end. BrlKB* ripped nine yarda through the heart of the line. Chapman added one through center. Brlgs», no gain. Hutchinson pans knocked down. Chapman punted IS yards out "f bounds, Wildcat's ball on IS-yard pno. UrlftRH inturuopied a Wildcat pass fur five yards. Chnsman, no gain. Huirh- inuon puss was Incomplete. Another pass was no good. Chapman punted 2G yards to Sheets who wan thrown hi nls' tracks. Tarrant circled rlpht end for 20 y&rde. Trapp, no gain. Wildcats weftt penalized five ynrda. Sheets gained two. Tarrant passed nine yards to Fowler who ran four yards, Tarrant made 13 yards through center. Hutchinson took'time out. Sheets pasand 10 yarda to T?"ipp. Tarrant hit center for four more and the ball wag on HutehtnsCn'a H\X yard line. Fowler, no sain. Sheeta lost two yurds. An Kl iJorado pass wius incomplete. It was the Hutchinson hall on her own eight yard linn. Afann smashed through center for 14 yarda. El Dorado called time out. Chapman, no gain, Brlggs, five through center. Hutchinson penalised five yards. Mann plowed center for seven yarda. Brlffft, no gain. Chapman punted 25 yards. KI Dorado's bait oa Hutchinson 40-yard Una. Chapman intercepted a Wildcat pass for four yards as quarter ended. Fourth Quarter Keller passed to BHgga for seven yards. Mann sained 2\i yards through center. i^rlgKM, no Rain. Chapman punted 60 yarda over goal line. Tarrant, lost nvi) yards, Th« Wildcats took tlmo nut, Trapp Kain»d three through tackle. Tarrant kl-k-jfi Jl yarda to KeU*r who ruturned 13 t<5 t ho i:i I>orado y i -yard line. BrJg*rs hit center for three. Hutchinson pen- ftlized Ya yards. Hutchlttson pass waa Inconipleti!. Keller pnased to Chapman on the line of scrimmage who ran 17 yards. I 'Miapman passed to Mrfffgn tor 1L yiudw. Mann hit center for rour. Hrigga add«d two mnn*. Chapman *hot tlmmirh taeklo for yards to a, toitcltdoun. K <'i<<T' kicked %a:tK V 'hapman kicked uff 43 \arda to SprowJ who rMurned flvo. Hhtfis, no • ^ahi. Tarrant hocked center for 11. Trapp mado fivtj off tackle. Sontier f addad clx more through the same hijp, Tarrant lost threo yards. Wl Dorado uttLMiipted a pass wlitth Chapman lntert««iued. ami »mashlnu and sidu-ftt«M'PUt«", ran 47 yaitls through a broken fl «?!d for a touchdown but Head-linesman Stephenson ruled ho utepped '«»t t»r bounds and the hall was brought back to that nulnt. A HuttthliUMin pa«a was in* L'oinplete. Chapman passed t» Mann lor fuur yards. A lluli:hln«on pn«s was imiomplotfc. Sherwood Intercepted a Wildcat Pass and raced 27 yards before belutr tackled. Kl Dorado WTIR ponallaod V> yacdrf. Chapman /jailed a yard around right end. Hutchinson wad penalised fiva yards. A 'Hutchln- HOU pa*>y ovi'-r the goal tine wan In- coniiilettr and It wiw Kl Dorado'B b;>U on her own iiO-ynrri lino. Trapp ga* n * ed four ihroub'h center. Tarrant a - ded three off tackle, Songcr made no Rain, Tarrant punted 37 yard^* to Wildcat 43-yard line. Noyes slashed center for thrao. Chapman gained flvo off tackle. Noyau added sawn yards through the earne hole. Ktilnr l/paased to Chapman i«r 18 yards triit 1 the reforeo ruled the Hutchinson back field, was in mot inn and the bah was brought back wltn a five yard penalty. >Two Hutchinson passes Incomplete. Another WHK fnockv^d d >wn. Chapman punted 47 yards out ot hounds and It was the Wildcat's twit on her own li yard line, T'irvaut could not gain HH the same endad. Bcore, Hutchinson VM El Dorado 2, Th« Lineup: Hutchinson (13) Pos. El Dorado (2) Cramm R. T. Hamahar Sehooley R. E. Sprowl Wooddell . Q, H, Sheets Chapman Ti. H/ Trapp BrlKffa K. H. Fowler >tann F. P. fc) Tarrant SuhstlUitlons: Hutchinson—-Grlasom for Houghton; H. Haskard for Mann; Mann for R. Hasknrd; Though ton for Grissom; Sherwood for SchooTey; Grls- som for Tjomrhton: Howell for wood- doll; T. Haakard for Mann; Noyes for Orlstioin. KI Dorailo—Richardson for Fetty: Sohger for Fowler; Sellands for Hflninhar. Score by periods: Hutchinson « « « T—Iff El Dorado 0 2 0 0— 2 Summary: First downs—Hutchinson, 10 earned. I from penalty; FJI Dorado. S earned, l from penalty. Yards from scrim nut ire, excluding forward passes, Hutchinson yards; El Dorado HO yards. Vnsses—Hutchinson completed, 5 for 32 yards, 3 3 Incomplete; EI Dorado completed 3 for 49 ynrde, 4 Incomplete. Possftd intercepted—Hutchinson 3 for 36 yards. Punttj—Hutchin­ son. 13 for 464 yards, average 26 yards; Ft Dorado 10 for 282 yards, ave- rane yards. Penal ties—Hutchinson 5 for 35 yarda; E* Dorado S for 25 yurds. Touchdowns—Chapman 2, Goal {after touchdown)—Kailer 1. Safety—El Dorado. _^ Officials: Referee—Hlnman, K- H.; Umpire—Lindsay, K. V.: Head TAnea- man and field Judge—Stephenson, C. of B. Time of quarters— lo minutes. Keller (o) Rritton 1.. M. I.. T. h. a. c. K. CS, CBolcy Nuttla Noble Fctty NUT am mm NEBRASKA-AGGIE BIG GAME TODAY IDAHO PUTS KAYO ON ANCIENT JINX Neither Team Evidencing any Tendency to Over-Con- * fidence. Maiihattan, Kan., Nov, 22.~Tlie Nebraska Cornhuskora in tlielr final gnmo of the Missouri. Vallay Conference season .face the Kansas Aggies here this afternoon. Both elevens, although buttered fn hard battles last week, were reported In good shape far the fray. They are about evenly match, od lu weight. While the records In games von and lost favor Nebraska,, tho Ag- glos have displayed real power this your, their defeats nil being by close murglna. Neither team was evidencing any tendency to over-confidence before gams tlms. A home-coming crowd of between S.flOO and 10,000 was expected to witness tha game. The probable Hue up: Xebrngka 1'os. Kan. Aggie!, Collins I,. 13. Doolen K. Welt Ti. T. Ballard Hutchinson Tomliaugh Wostoupal G. Barter rospisii it. r.. iicGeo Molzen It. T. Kfierer Ilobertson It. E. Munn UlcKidgoofl Q. Anderson A. Mandery 1* II. Wilson Thmies K. IT. Smith Myers V. K. Butcher THOUSANDS TO SEE YALE-HARVARD GAME. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 22.— Yale and Harvard have their annual gridiron battle in tho Tale bowl today. Yale has defeated Princeton which crushed Harvard. A victory- tor the crimson will eliminate much ot the sting of an unsuccessful season with defeats by Brown, Dartmouth aud Princeton. Yale has not been defeated but was tledvby Dartmouth and the Army. Close to 80,000 persons will see tha game, Tho weather turned tbe thoughts ot many to a year ago, when the Harvard-Yalo game waa played in a downpour. It was raining this morning, but fair weatber wa« forecast for this afternoon. Yalo enters the game a top-neavy favorite, hut Coach Tad Jones has said to his players "Don't think you will have an easy victory over Harvard. Just remember that HaTyard always plays at top form against Yale and that tho crimson team la never whipped until the game IB over." Four Harvard stars cannot play because ot injuries. The biggest loss Is Gehrke, the strongest defensive IKICIC , the foemost punter and tie man most often used when a, firet down was needed. Cheek, a snappy halfback from California; Znrakov, Jialfback of promise, and Spalding, a veteran of two Yale games and rated as the quickest thinker among the quarterbacks, are also on the Injured list. Yale has almost a Perfect squad physically. JOE -VI 111AM S Hod Grange's weakness seems to have been a set ot ribs Incapable of withstanding the weight of eleven Minnesota players piled on In layer-cake formation. Sybil Bauer of Chicago set 21 new records last summer. , , . We didn't think It was possible to keep a modern girl under water that long. However, it Lloyd George and Clemenceau still wish to get to­ gether and fight It out Tox Ricknrd might be persuaded to promote tha affnlr. While it may ba true Flrpo has lost his punch, his paunch is still very much In evidence. Until Tony'Miirullo ot Ne.w Orleans made his appearance) we didn't know Miera was « fighter In tho game had enough merely to win by a shade from Battling Siki. Notre Dame's backfleld is called tho Four Horsemen. . . , We've seen a lot ot backflelds this year that might be called tho Four Truck Horsemen. i Main street is where pictures ot prize-winning pumpkins have already begun to crowd Grange, Crowley and Kdtpsch out of the headlines. It strikes us thit Peggy Joyce would have sons over big In football. ... She never falls to throw her man for a loss. Things hardly seem the same any mora, slnco Tilden stopped growling at the tennis lords aud Paddock put a padlock on his fold- ,ing typewriter. Hughey Jennings nnd a party of ball players are looking over the ruins in Home, . . , TVe hope they won't be disappointed it they tail to find tbe 1919 Wate Sox there. DRAKE- AMES GAME DECIDING GAME. Des Moines, la., Nov. 2.—Tbe Drake University football squad and nearly 2,000 members of the student body journeyed this morning to Ames, la., where this afternoon the Bulldogs will meet their ancient rlvnls, Iowa State College, In a lllsslurl Valley Conference game, the outcome ot which may decide the conference championship. Should Drake bo victorious, It will havo a clear title to the championship with four victories, no defeats and one' tie game on Its conference rocord. No other conference team has gone through tbe season undefeated. Both teams were reported lost night to be in good condition. NORTHWESTERN PLAYS NOTRE DAME ELEVEN. Chicago, Nov. 22. —AH inspired and determined Northwestern, which held Chicago last week to a 8 to 0 victory, provided the current opposition to the gallop of Notre Dame's cavalry to a national football championship in Chicago's new civic atadlum. Coach Thistlehwalte'a purple •quad loet none ot the tight displayed against Chicago. Ho counted on a slightly muddy field to slow up the charges of Coach Rookna's famous "four horsemen" —Layden, Crowley, Stuhldreher and Miller—hut ho had only Ralph Baker, fleet halfback, tp carry the burden of the Northwestern fense. do- Portlund, Ore., Nov. 22—University ot Idaho's light, fust team, which has upset everything tackled except Stanford, Is the outstanding somsatlon on Wie Pacific- COBB ! this year. But at Idaho's campue, this miracle Is nothing compared to the final ovcr-whelmlng ot the "Oregon Jinx," 130. . Slxteou times in 16 yeRrs Oregon and Idaho Universities have played, without an Idaho victory. Thirteen giunes were won by Oregon; the other three were tied. nut. the "Oreson Jinx" has been a real mental obstacle to every Idaho player when the team trotted out to meet Oregon. , Tho jinx was responsible for Oregon putting over one of the most unhenrd-nt stunts in football—winning with but 10 players, back In. 190S. ' The game was a terrific see-saw, COLORED FISTtCS LOOM AS MENACE Wills, Norfold, Flower* and Brown Caule Interest In Fistic Circles. BY JOE WILLIAMS. New York, Nov. 22.—Ebonr Macks, light browns and fashionable tans are returning to popularity ns sartorial effects in our lending flstlcufflan circles. V/hlch is to say tho colored man Is coming back as a pri*e-rlng factor. Bounce your optics over this list: Harry Wills, heavyweight Kid Norfolk, light heavyweight. Tlgor Flowers, middleweight. Al Hrown, flyweight. ' Wills is no Peter Jackson, yet he la a hotter than average ieajjjr- welght. He Is just 'as ring-smart 08 Dempuny is and a better defensive flchter besides. What ho lacks chiefly is aggressiveness. He hits bard enough to demand respect and he Is not slow. Dempsey would have n hnrd time stopping him In a short fight. Flowers Next to Gren. » Norrolk is the least promising of the sooty four. Mainly because tho JCId has been In tho ring for more than 10 years and is pretty well shopworn by now. Still, they think enough of him to, match him with Tommy Gibbons In a wind-up fight In Mudlson Square Garden. And Norfolk may give the Irishman a few anxious moments at tliBt. Mowers Is not exactly a beginner, either, bat he Is far from the frazzled stage. He Is, the son ot a Georgia parson and n southpaw, tn action ho resembles a cross between an agitated whirlwind and an enthusiastic typhoon. Speed Is his metier. Next to Greb, the chnm- plon, he is probably tho best middleweight in tho game today. The ashen-hued southerner, however, will never bo great. His attack lacks power and precision. He Is more like Dundee than Leonard as a puncher. I saw blm hold •Greb even some mouths ago lu one of those no decision step along* Greb, as usual, was in had con dltlon. Flowers should have woi by a wide margin, hut ho was over awed. Greb out-smarted him. The outside world hasn't henri) much of Al Brown. In time, though. It may hear plenty. Brown is a wltli Oregon behind. There was much roughness, and soon, every substitute on the Oregon squad had been used to replace those Injured ntid thoso barred for roughness. Then an Oregon player was barred for rousthlng an Idaho punt- 'er. All the. reserve wen were batter- cil to pieces, HO Oregon Bought to Imvo the offending player reinstated. Idaho's, captain demurred. Shortening its lino, Oregon switched Monllen, guard, to fullbnck. and bucked tho ball across for the winning touchdown. Jloullejr, now dead, was a unique figure In Pacific coast football. One foot had been deformed since birth, but Moullen dovlsed a special typo of shoe and still stands out as the Pacific coast's foremost place kicker. In the game described above, Moullen's "Iron toe" negotiated four field goals from all angles. Harlem product, and shapes up like another George Dixon. He seems to have everything, speed, cleverness and a punch. Recently ho knocked out i'rankie Ash, flyweight champion of England. Ilrown Is tho most astonishing freak boxing has ever known. Standing five feet, ten Inches, he weighs but 112 pounds. Few fighters in tho game, aside from the heavyweights, outstrip him in height. His legs are pipe stems. All hie weight Is In ut« shoulders and arms, where It belongs. Fltz- slmmons, the Immortal Bob, wns that way. Wills, Norfolk, Flowers, Brown. Not a bad list. Flowers nnd Brown especially have a chance to reach lofty summits. It Is doubtful, however, It any ot them will ever match the Illustrious deeds of some • ot their colored predecessors. Jackson, for Instance, who was even up with Jim Corhett after 61 TOTinila; Dixon, who stood toe to toe with the McGovenm, Corbotts and Attells, and Langford, who dropped tbe Heavyweight Johns%n. _ . What is done if on the klckoff -the ball goes out of bounds before It Is touched by «ny player or before It crosses the Boa I line? The ball is brought back "* nnd kicked off again. If, on the second attempt it also goes out of bounds, it is given to the opposing side, who shall put It In play by scrimmage at. their 40-yard line, at a polut equidistant from the side lines. If a ball on a punt goes out of bounds, then takes s reverse ang- llsh and comes back onto the playing field, Is It regarded In play. The ball Is not In play. Tho moment the ball goes out ot bounds without being touched, It Immediately become!) dead, goes to the side lhat did not kick it, at the pofnt it went out of bounds. The fact that the bull bounded back after once going out of bounds Is given no consideration. Butter-KmsT [Does Nat CrunUc^j Try it SPORT CHAT FROM OVER THE DISTRICT The Holslngton American Legion football team will play tomoi- morrow with the strong Bailee team, Ness county. Bazfne has not been defeated this season. The American legion football team at Holslngton claims the championship of western Kansas. The ilia team claims tha eastern IvanBas championship. Tho two teams will meet at Holslngton Nov. 30 for the deciding game. Tho lola team Has lost but one game in three years. The Holslngton Legion team Is rather unique in Legion and city football, as no player has or wltl receive compensation for his services, but plays solely tor the love of tUe game and the local Legion post. Ait players are residents of the Holslngton Legion post, Kinsley and Lamed high school teams will play the Thanksgiving football game at Larned. j The Holslngton high school foot- j ball team will play the Chase high school team at Holslngton Thanks- 1 giving. It has been the custom ! tp play the Thanksgiving game; with tho Groat Bend, high school ( team, but this year thuy refused j to sign tho contract. , [ 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, Kan»a» I 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 libersj discount. See them early and get your choice. THE HUTCHINSON OFFICE SUPPLY AND PRINTING COMPANY Phone 127 410 North Main IT'S THE CUT OV YOUR CLOTHES THAT COUNTS i »«>• JSgggggggj «ismtt Thanksgiving Have a big, warm overcoat in time for the holiday If you have put off the buying of your winter overcoat, let us remind you that the big occasion is right around the corner. You'll enjoy it more if . the outer man is properly taken care of as well as the inner man. You'll need it anyway; now is the best time to see what's to be had. Let us show you our Society Brand models. They're wonderful. $40 and up Others $25 up Suits and Overcoats None genuine without thU Signal Why They Are Popular Because tbey are good looking. Because they give good service And Because they give permanent footcomfort. Let us show them to yea. Oxfords $9.50, $10.00 Pumps $9.95, $10.95 —At— Our Wlnaswsf The Areh-Prassrvsr i Bothenber§ & Schloss know They StakeTheir Reputation cm Valentme Unvarying High Quality Sine* IMS

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