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November 25, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

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SPAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1924 HE HUTCHTNSON NEWS. - AGE THRhE. SPOILT NEWS® AND E WS HARD BATTLE TURKEY DAY Hutchinson Highs Pointing lor Hardest Game of Year with Manhattan. Ton Hutchinson high school regular football players will don the Gold and Blue moleskins (or the last time Thursday afternoon when Coach Ralph McCarrolt's grid machine tangle with the Man. hatton loam on tho athletic field, Fifteenth avenue and Monroe street, at 2:31) p. m. They aro: Dice, guard; Louhton, guard; Cramm, tackle; HIrdlor, end and back; Keller, end; Howell, end; Mann, full hack; Captain "Tlge". Haskard, back; "Rusty" Haskard, back. One other, Bob Martin, substitute back, will snlt up the last time tor his Alma Mater. All will be lost through graduation next spring. Right at proHent, however, Coach McCarroll and hia entire squad are taking some real practice getting ready for the invasion Turkey Day Of Coach Stark and bis Manhattan "Wildcat* Into the Gold and Blue den. Perfection of an overhead attack, line formations and an air-tight defense are the points which will be •tressed by Coach McCarroll as he drives his team with one purpose In view—beat Manhattan. Bo far the beys up at Manhattan nave proved themselves a tough aggregation to atop, L»it week. Coach Stark took hi* warriors up to Kansas City, Kan., and trounced the eleven from that school, 1} to 13, and the week before that Manhattan administered a 27 to 0 beating to the strong Topeka high school team. There Isn't any ovor-contldence or cocky attitude hovering about tne Gold and Blue camp as the team is feeing given the "third degree" for Manhattan. Every man on the team realises that Thursday's fray will be the toughest yet encountered by the Gold and Blue this year and Coach McCarroll 1* leaving no •tones unturned In bis efforts to beat Stark's machine. Hutchinson displayed a powerful Offense In the game last week against the m Dorado Wildcats. Coach McCarroll's machine uncorked some whirlwind line plays and gave a brilliant demonstration of an aerial attack watch completely bewildered Coach Carlson's khargea. Manhattan, coached by the- best forward paster In the Missouri , Valley. Stark, former Kansas Aggie whirlwind back, Is expected to count on a strong aerial attack as the principal means of gaining ground. However, against Kansas City, Manhattan's ofrense was of the line-smashing and end running atyle with Roy "Chick" Cochrane, speedy back, the outstanding star. Cochrano's sprints around tuo wings and through the Kansas City line were chiefly responsible for the Manhattan victory ovor their opponent?. Regardless of dope, Hutchinson grid fans may rest assured that a real football battle will be in store •when the referee sets the two elevens lu action Turkey Day. Edwards County's First Poultry Show Lewis, Kan., Nov. 25—The Ed- Waiils County Poultry and Pet Stock association will hold lis first annuel show at Lewta, December 1, 2 and 3. Lewis Is very conveniently located near the center of the county, and the entire community stands behind this project. This association was organized last January, and la a member of the American Poultry Association. Mrs. O. G. McCormlck la president; J, 3. Gibson, vice-president, and Clarence Cross, secretary. The or- gantxatlon has about 100 members and Is making preparations for one of the biggest shows In this part of the state. Use the Shop-o-Scope—use your bead, not your feet and make this the merriest Xmas erer- tf. Sterling college officials wsrs well pleased with ths financial side, of ths Sterllng-McPheraon gams here last week. Over »800 was cleared above eipenses, It was estimated. There were practically 3,000 paid admissions. —jilt. Is understood Sterling Is ready to make Hutchinson the battle ground of the Starling-Bulldog clash In 1925. .Hutchinson is splendidly located for such a game and should draw a larger crowd than elthor at McPhcrson or Sterling. It Is hoped that the gnmo will he made an annual grid classic, _x~ A great football battle Is anticipated here Turkey Day when Manhattan high school plays Hutchinson hero on the athletic field. The game will bo called at 2:30. That gives everybody plenty of time to cat all the turkey they want and drive to the game at 2:30. The gume with Manhattan may be made the annual Turkey Day classic since Wichita has refused. to put Hutchinson on her grid schedules. —x— Manhattan rooters have made arrangements to charter a car to come to Hutchinson tor the game that day. Manhattan probably will be represented by 200 rooters It the weather permits as it Is expected that a largo number will motor to Hutchinson. —*— Coach McCarroll will (have bis team In the best of condition for the gamo it was announced lost night. It the game Is anything like, the ono with EI Dorado last weok, Hutchinson football fans will be give 21a real treat. —x— A record crowd should bo out on the athletic field for that game. It is tho only high school footbal gams In this section of (he state on that day and Indications point toward a capacity crowd. —x— Sdnce the Drake Bulldogs lost to Ames last Saturday, tho championship of the Missouri Valley confer- tnce hinges on the Tiger-Kansas fray at Columbia Turkey Day. Missouri and Nebraska are tied for the lead now. Missouri has won four gaiiKis, lost one. while Nebraska has won three and lost one. The Missouri Valley standings are: w. u T. Pts. Opp, Missouri 4 1 « JJ 21 Nebraska 3 1 0 B» 87 Dmk * J 1 5* 2| Orlnnell » 1 « 2» 5* Iowa Stats 11 S 0 67 at Oklahoma 2 3 O 21 85 Kansas ..2 a 1 81 38 Kansas Aggie* .. 1 ( » 11 » Washington 0 * 0 » 1(1 —x— Washington railed to score against a single Valley eleven during Its present season. They lost four straight games In tho conference race. —x— Chicago's victory In grabbing the 1024 Western Conference football title Is the seventh won by Coach Alonzo Stagg during his ,32 years o" coaching at Chicago. Maroon followers glv i all the crodlt for tho championship to Stagg too. —x— "Old Man" Stagg. Dean of American football coaches, Is said to have been Induced to give up the pulpit for a coaching profession after he was graduated from Yale where he was All-American end. —x— It Is corrtmon gossip on the Mid- wny campus that the "Old Man" won't tolerate swearing among his athletes. He prohibited "Five Yard" McCarty from playing on the varsity last year because of a cuss word. The acme of disgust In Stagg '6 vocabulary Is to brand some unfortunate a "Jackass" and once when thoroughly aroused, he termed a player, "two Jackasses." —x— Despite the fact that Grange, Illinois football ace, was kept out of the Ohio game last Saturday and played throughout tho four periods of a game only twice this season, he was tho touchdown king and high man of the "Big Ten." —x— following Is the fifteen highest point winners In the western conference tor 1924: Pls. A .... Total T0 FQ TD <lranir«, rn js n , o o Rockwell Mich. ,. 77 10 i 1 14 Baker, North. ... 60 B 7 9 Oallivan, 111 62 8 1 1 Harmeson. Purdue fi2 7 17 Schutte, Minn. .. <2 7 0 0 Lorber, Ind. ..... 42 7 e 0 Bahr, Purdue ... .l« see Tlrltton. Til 32 1 S 20 Parkin, Iowa ,,,, 80 E> o 0 Steger, Mich. .... 30 s o 0 Thomas. CI I I CHRO 1:0 5 0 0 Sloata. Ind 30 2 1 is D. Harmon, Wis. 27 3 j J Harris, Wis 25 4 « j AND BUHLER HAS A BAND It is Organised Under Dirce Hon of D. D. Balxer; Other Buhler Happening's. FINAL ROUNDS OFF THIS WEEK Handicaps and Pairings For Finals Announced at Grandview Club. Tho finals In the second flight, semi-finals In the first flight and semi-finals in the consolation round will bo played off at the Grandview golf course this week In the November Handicap tournament. Lust week the tournament was narrowed down to the above named flights. A special tournament has been arranged by the committee v for Thanksgiving Day. It will be In the form of a flag tournament. Each member will he given a flag with his name and handicap on It and with that addeil to par, will represent tho number of strokes to bo used. Tho Individual placing his flag the greatest distance around the course will be the winner. Frizes will be awarded In the form of a twelve-pound gooBe for the winner and a slxpound duck will be given the runner-up. All members are Invited to play. Pairings and handicaps are ss follows: Finals, second Flight. W. J. School, 2f., vs. S.-M. Babbitt «MUT am » Y. 1L First Flight, 3am|.Finals 16 P*rr>- Sweet," it,, vi. "d. i>T~Taylor, js A. W. Bates, 1«, va.' T. B. Oalnea ' Consolation, 8«ml.Fln»l«. A. Goodpaster, IB, vs. Jesa Conutut. ' C. B. t,*dd, la, vs. John Petrle, lip fill It's a Fact! No bettei;sn£lder or sweeter cigar can be made at any price 10c - 2 for 25c - 15c Vaientm* Unvmryint Hi$h Quality Sfau* 184 8 jot vmuM*s By JOE WILLIAMS Mr. K. Reckns, The matter of naming the Grade A coach of the ear -clipping and rib- busting bUBlness is somewhat complicated because of tho difficulty some people have In pronouncing Knute Rockns the right way. • • • Mr, Rockne may not be tho greatest tutor of pigskin lo^lc in the tax-ridden universe, but if he Isn't, sapphires make undesirable Jewelry and snowdrifts are fine things to use for fuel. • • * It Is said of Hockue that he oau tako eleven huskies who never saw a football and transform thorn Into a winning combination. . , . This Isn't giving hjm his full order of groceries. • • • Mr. Rockne Is tho kind of coach who can take eleven unfilled uniforms, In fairly presentable condition, and make Walter Camp break down and sob, "Enough, enough!" • * Every year ho loses from five to eleven stars and bobs up the following fall wtth a gang of head crushers 'strong enough to persuade an unmuzzled traffic cop to a fleeting moment of politeness. • • • Around r.oclme are built no logends of mystifying systems or magical wlzardy. . . . The gent simply knows his onions and on the face of the day's returns he seems to know them Just a shade bettor than tho rost of the field. • • « This Is tho era of the electric light, yet a lot of Rockne's rivals are still reading tho rules under the glare of a kerosene lamp. • • • Ono answer to Hockuo 's success is his willingness to try anything once. Ho doesn't wait to see how a square-cornerod dorby will look on the other guy before trying one on his own noodle. • » * In Paris Notre Dame Is a cathedral. In South Bend, Intl., it is a football team. . . . When you've•, seen ono or both you seen every-' thing. e • • Moral vklorles are Romethln; wliith are not tolcru '.cd in Hi Uoekno Bchoine. The Flghtii Irish, including the Schwnrtzbe'r&t, the Choynskles and tho Covulo kloa, are sent out to return \s I: their lieadguarils or In them. Vets May Beg. Purls.—Only former uokllers ore allowed to bog In Paris, according to a recent edict Tho city streets are being cleared of panhandlers who hayo been annoying tourists, hut vetoransi out of work, are be ing allowed to beg unmolested. Shop -o -scope will make your money go farther, and keep you from going so far when you start out ou your Xuma shopping- tf. Buhlor, Nov. 25—After a const* erable agitation Buhler has finally organized a successful brass hand Under the dlroctlon of D. D. Balier the boys are getting down to real hard work. Much pep Is shown and more of the boys, old and young are Joining and Invited to Join. The Buhler frcshles had an Interesting basketball game with in man Junior team Thursday, beating them at Inman to tho tune of 11 to 18. The Inman group never were defeated last year but were forced to begin this season with a defeat. The half ended 8 to 9 in Buhler's favor. Buhler outplayed the Inman group In all respects but had difficulty In finding the loup. Ths score was always close until the last tew minutes of the game. Buhler's freshles are boastful that few. tennis in Hcno county can outdo them. They have been at hard training for tho past week and beyond a doubt will land several positions upon tho first squad. Line-up Will Be Strong. For Bnhler's first team she can count on Giesbrecht at center, A. Siemens at guard and D. Thlessen at forward as members of the old squad. To thlB group Is added E. Lepp the high point man of Psw- neg Hock. With the keen rivalry as at present some of the old men will be compelled to strnggle for their positions. The training up to date Is showing np gome very good material. Buhler Is bound to do her usual stunt this year. Joint- Meeting. The H1-Y and Girls Reserve held a Joint meotlng on Thursday. It was considered one of the best this year, Miss Burkhalter, a Jre- turned missionary of India, gave a very interesting talk on India. She related many Interesting experiences of her trip and work. She emphasized two very Important tactB—1, India has become quite civilized in the last few years; 2, the Hindus are very much hurt by the exclusion of their race from the United States. The meeting was led by Anna Dick. Ths boys quartet furnished tine muslo for the occasion. Prof. Augshurger was called to give a talk ot the parent-teacher' meeting at Lilly Dale, and responded by a talk on "Building a New World." The talk was well given and suitable for the occasion. The school was well filled and showed groat Interest in parent-teachers' meetings. Lilly Dale Is one of the live schools near Buhler. A public literary society has been organized at Lakeside school southeast of Buhler. The organization Includes the - district schools of Lakeside, Hill, and Lilly Dale with such holp as Buhler may give. They have met twice and had very promising results. Their last meeting was held Nov. 19th, and consisted In very entertaining and helpful numbers. Mr. Nickel, ono of Buhler's high school teachers, gave a talk on traveling of the students | and their accomplishments by so doing. The spirit of the society was shown by the excellent attention and the good rendition of the numbers. To Give a Play. Buhler's Hl-Y boya are planning upon a play to raise money for their various expenses. They chose upon "Fingers" as a good and fit, play for the Hl-Y boys. Hard work is being done to give it btifore Christmas. Huhlei-'s boys are planning upon sending 15 boys to the Manhattan Hl-Y conference and have made due plans to take an active port in it. The boys quartet is trying out for the official quartet and a group ot 12 nro trying out to be the official demonstration team. Much Interest Is shown as usual for tho yearly conference. The grades and the high school CROSSWORD PUZZLE d ^ce,ttVoTo ?d°rn , Sd b ell B d < ; rOB3 " Cr09S0ye "' °* "»^ 42 M<JJ M las |BJpfc~ w n^y^ MB HORIZONTAL An abnormal plant or animal. Form. That part ot a plant underground. A common geometric ratio. Ardour, An electrified particle. Debutants. Large. That puzzle-worked word: a printer's unit ot measurement. Second note In ths C major scale. Vour notes higher than' 19 horizontal; two notes higher 50 vertical; and four notes higher than 32 vertical. Slanting banks of earth. A poem of praise. Since. Thus. Refuses. Exists first person singular. Hog flesh. Simulated; mimicked , Exist, third person plural. Newspaper notices. Cloth made from flax. Postscript, Expiated. In or near a place. Upon the top. An exclamation. The genitive preposition. Metal in Its natural state. An Interjection of Borrow. VERTICAL Mutual attachments. Part of a house. Countless years. Presence or position In. Masculine singular pronoun. A white vestment worn over a cassock. Bucket. Appointments; betrothals. Satisfaction, as expressed by n cat. A thought Sleeping places. Casks. Toward. Meal. A wax burning light. ' Like. Grain. Higher place on. See 21 horizontal. Surface. Objective form ot I. Grammatical articlo. Long hair on a horse's neck. Worshipped Image ot a god. An exclamation. What a woman says when she- means yes. (Isn't that a chestnut?) Alternative conjunction. See 21 horizontal. Answer to Yesterday's Crossword Puzzle: are working upon a Thanksgiving program and expect a goodly turnout. This is one of Buhler's annual free programs given to the community. 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