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being registered as often as in the past. Record Crowd Out To See Red Grange Play Cardinals Lose Former Illinois Star Injured by Trafton as 25,000 Look on--Bears Win 12 to 0. Chicago, HI.,. Oct. 17.--The Chicago Bears whipped their former teammate, "Red" Grange, and his New York Yankees, 12 to 0, Sunday at Wrlgley Field before the season's record crowd of 25,000 which testt- . Hed to the fact that the former Illir.i star is still the greatest drawing card m professional football. But it was an unlucky day for the Galloping Ghost. Jfe not only failed to uncork any o f n i s patented wng runs, but to make things worse. finally wound up with a badly pulled BAIT /- BUGS BY H. V. MILLARD We have a clear cut champion this week In the dopesters contest for Smoke Berman, 3523 N. Water street came through with just one defeat out of a possible nine games. Owing to the fact the Illinois- Ames and Minnesota-Indiana games ,. j , .resulted in ties they could not be tendon below his right knee a min- considered in «e contest unless some ute before the end of the game. Big George Trafton, the Bear center, hit Red with his tremendous weight as he was pulling down pass. ' fan had predicted a tie score. Berman, like practically all the a ; rest of the contestants, doped the CARRIED OFF FIELD. Grange was. carried off the field University of Pennsylvana to defeat Penn State. The State College boys WithjGrreen Bay Chamberlain's Team Takes Another Defeat. Green Bay, Wis., Oct. 17--Outclassing the Cardinals at every stage of the game, the Green Bay Packer's upset Chamberlain's eleven here Sunday 13 to 0, before 6,000 people. Only twice during the entire encounter were the Cardinals at all dangerous and both of these thrusts fizzled out against a stone wall Packer line. Green Bay's air attack had the Chlcagoans running ragged and the visitors spent most of their time knocking down passes in their goal post area. After being held scoreless in the opening period, the Packers marched dow nthe field early in the second aptams Morehead, North Carolina. Chapel Hill, N. C.--The third Morehead of North Carolina will end his football career this coming November. This t h i r d Morehead. Morehead, who is also captain of the Tarheels this season, hopes to end it by leading his eleven to a Southern Confer- champlon- d e s p i t e teams at Alabama, Vander- b i 11, Louisiana ence ship, strong stanza and Kotal scored on a trick I State and other schools. play. In the fourth quarter the Bays' | Garrett Morehead is from Char- a chance for a clean slate. sulted in loses. --O-Had Berman missed one more game it would have meant that 13 contest- evvci ants would have been tied for the'itoui weeks honors with two loses each. Verner Efler of Tower Hill who went along in fine shape for the first two weeks to be among the leaders had a terrible week, losing five of the possible nine games. Verner become quite bold and even predicted that Effingham High would win by a 12 to 7 score. That game was not in- in the contest but the Tower by Trafton and several other players and hurried to his hotel where he received treatment. Grange declared that he will rest at his home in Wheaton for the next week and hopes to be ready for the game with the Green Bay Packers next Sunday Grange clicked off several twenty yard gains, but he could never get by the secondary defense. Just as 'he seemed to have wriggled clear, either Driscoll or Senn would come tearing in to stop him. In fact, the Yankees made their · greatest threat in the third quarter when the famous redhead was on the sidelines. They advanced to the Bears' 5-yard line, but here it was that they missed Grange, for the punch was not there, and they lost their best opportunity. DRISCOLL IS STAR. Even if Grange, was kept from doing the spectacular that other con-,,,.,, - -- -- -- ^.^ ivwci Terence luminary of years farther f 1 "! dopester figured that it was time back, Paddy Driscoll, furnished the "·-"""«" · · · · fans with some of the redheads stuff. Paddy returned the klckoff alter the first touchdown in the second period to the Yankees' 10-yard line with an eighty-five-yard sprint. It was more due to perfect interference than Paddy's own work. He had only Kelly, the safety man, to evade He straight-armed him and he seemed to be clear, but Grange himself overtook him and brought him · down. I This momentarily upset the Yan-1 kees and the Bears drove through' to a touchdown in two plays. Bill Senn skirted left end for 8 yards and Roy White the former Valparaiso fullback, dove over center for the marker. The touchdown scored shortly bo- fore this in the same quarter was the result of a sustained march down the field after Driscoll had again started the Yankees on the run with a thirty-yard dash off tackle. Paddy carried it over on a short plunge. pulled a great upset however to de- air drive took tnem to tne four-yard lotte. He Is easily the outstanding feat their rivals and it cost Berman line from where Lewellen k-.:fed tackle in the Cafblinas, and one of - 1 - ' '' ' ' " the best in Dixie. He has played tackle for two years and will play that position again this year. The Tarheel skipper is not a flashy player, but is always in where the going is toughest. He is steady and reliable and is one of the most potent factors in. the strength of the through for another score. Red Dunn, -- -- I former Cardinal, who played a great The games of last Saturday proved I game against his old club, added the »«H TSnv g block for th l d °P esters I point after touchdown. and there were any number of entries where the first three on the sheet, Millikin-St. Viator, Ohio- Northwestern and Chicago-Purdue re- GUEKN BAT Mayci- . . -I..T.. .I..G.. Earno c Jones It.G. Perry n.T.. ' CARDINAL? Vesser K l l i o t t Springsteen B r e n n a n .. Slater ·\Veller . Jones Stratlor McDonnell . . . B u c k l l n HEARS Vows liealcy P l u c k i e r Vick McMlllen J . y m a n H n n n y K o m n e y Driscoll T..K I, T. I,.G c. T..0 11 T ].'):;. O.B L.H' R.H. F.B " Y A N K E E S .. Maloncy . . C r a w f o r a M i c h a e l s k e .. Stephens O l i v e r Hall Ijawson Kelly . . . . G r a n K c M a r k s . . Molemla ·Willie Keferee--Oeorce VmplTC--IV. H. Edwards. H e a f l l i n o s m a n -- C a r l Olson. Score by p e r i o d s : Y a n k e e s .. liear:-. o Touchdov.-r.s --Drisco:i. - \ V l i l t f . S u b s t i t u t i o n s -- Y a n k r e s : T i y n n f o r Marks, Baker for Grange. Fry fo: T r y o n . Bears: Fleckensteln for M c M i l l " n . Senn f o r \ V a l i ; t i i s t . K n o p f o r T V h i t e , K t t r n e m a n for n o m n e y . T r a f t o n Tor V i c k . R e f e r e e -- G t - o r e o I.aivrie f m p i r c -- \v. H.vKdward.-. Head l i r e s n i u r -- Carl Ol.son. for the Effingham boys to win a ball game. Here is the way Berman doped the games for last Saturday: TM St. Viator, 19; Millikin, 7. Northwestern, 10: Ohio 7 Chicag., 19; Purdue, 0. Illinois, 20; Ames, 0. Michigan. 12; Wisconsin. 7. Indiana, 7; Minnesota, 7. Notre Dame, 7; Navy, 6. Missouri, 9; Washington, 6. Yale, 10; Brown, 7. Harvard, IS: Holy Cross, 0. Penn, 7; Penn State, 0. It is doubtful if another week during the entire season will show as many loses for the dopesters as was O'Donnell R.K Q B L.I3 K B E n r l s h t F.B Score by q u a r t e r s : j ; ckcrs . . . . (i C a r J . n a l c u . T o u c h d o w n s -- K o t a l . Lewellen. Point a f t e r t o u c h d o w n -- I o n n . Substitutes: G r e e n Bay--Rosattl for 1'erry. Basing for E n r l g h t . Lambeau for Kotal. Smith for Jonca. E n r l g h t for Ba*- in(t. Busing for Erirlght. Perry Jor O'Don- r.ell. Cardinals--Hummel for "Waldron, lla- North Carolina line. This young man is Just 21 years old, and is the youngest player ever to captain a varsity football team at North Carolina. Purple Next Illini Foe NortKwestern Won Its Last Game in 1904. Urbana, 111., Oct. 17--After a thorough, warm-up afforded by three non- conference games, the University of Illinois football team makes its first invasion of the new"t»yche stadium at Evanston Saturday for the game with Northwestern, co-champion in - 192C and first Big Ten foe on the Illinois schedule. Fully 15,000 Illinois partisans will be m the stands and the famous University of Illinois' band will be on hand with its marching formations and inspiring music. The Illinois al- 'otment of tickets for the game was snapped up , pronto; so many fans must wait for the Homecoming game to see the Illini in conference competition. ·" Red Grange headed the cast when tns Illini last played . Northwestern in 1923 winning 29 to 0. Since 1892 Illinois and Northwestern have met m 20 games, the Illini winning- 12 Northwestern last defeated Illinois in 1904 by a 12 to 6 count. MUST PROVE ABILITY. Northwestern is favored as a lead- in? candidate for Big Ten honors while the Illini rate as underdogs, nothing having emanated from the Illinois camp to designate the Zupp- tnen as unusually dangerous. In preliminary games. Zup has been using a varying lineup and it is likely that no starting combination will evolve until late in the week. While Zup and his players prime for the Wildcats, Illinois fans and alumni look ahead to the Homecoming game with Michigan in the stadium, October 29. Tickets are available for the Michigan game as well as for the Dad's Day game, November honoy for Stracter. B l u m e r for Ellis ch a m - | berlan for Vesper, Mclnerney for Brennan I B r e n n a n for Waldron. Vesser for Wollo:, i BY GILBERT TWISS Perm-Chicago Contest Important One. the case after the scores came in. ... Eight missed as many as five out ,, of the nine games while there were', a · ' W a l d r o n for Springsteen, strader for Mu- noney. Hofcrea--Cahn. I U m p i r e -- I v e r s e n . j Healllnesman--Harris. ' I I I I U I I I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l U I I I I I I H I I I l ~ -- - Chicago, Oct. 17-- (A.P.)-- Having = j once invaded the East this season ·i with success, the Western conference is preparing a warm reception for Pennsylvania which meets Chic,ago, Saturday. The Pennsylvarllans are likely to find a different team than the one they ran over last year at Philadelphia, for Chicago now is one of the conference leaders, with victories over. Indiana and Purdue, the latter the conqueror of Harvard. In its 7-G victory over Purdue Sat- Big Battles for Week End Few Un ^f eated ' Teams in East iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii- It only takes one week-end like the last to. demonstrate how certain are the upsets of football, and to make a tramp out of the most confident prog- --"---- just have to fall back nosticator. on "Hurry . Up" Yost's famous re"The result is not an upset, «» viiv, l u m i v . gmirco W1111C tilCl C W C i C i t t _ · i. L. 1 i i l i V several who picked but three wins, l t s Just how you look at it; out of nine. One weekend gone, another is on Only Four Should Be in Running Next Week. New York, Oct. 17--(A.P.)--The list of undefeated and united major lootball teams in the east has dwindled to eight. Pittsburgh, Princeton Dartmouth, New York University Washington and Jefferson. Syracuse Cornell and Army have their clear slates, and Pittsburgh and Princeton have kept their goal lines inviolate. Still further reductions are in 'irospcct for next Saturday. Princeton invades Ithaca for its clash with unlay. Chicago showed one of the' TMYa!e' r tabkles^rny^Ne'w nT smartest football teams Coach Stagg : en Dartoouth pfavs "n the Harvard hnc r,.rr,.H TM, t m hls thirty-sue years | stadium. BarrinJ tie scores, the results of these games would bring the Nokomis, behind the good pitching of Bedner, gained an easy victory over the Blues. 11 to 1, finding Gibson and Bust for seventeen hits. Bottomley hit two singles and a home run. The crowd pleaded with Jim for a circuit smash and he obliged in the ninth, sending a long drive over the right-center field fence with a man on base. Ruffing hit three singles and a home run. Both men cut fancy capers in the field. Although Bottomley attracted 1700 paid customers, he was not paid for playing, coming here with the Nokomis club for expenses, returning the visit of the Blues to Nokomis under the same arrangements last Sunday. The score: R. H.E. Nokomis 001 420 022--11 17 2 Blues 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 1 5 5 Bedner and Black; Gibson, Rust arid Freeman. BABE GETS .CHAMP EGG BUT DECIDES TO PRESERVE IT Omaha, Neb., Oct. 17.--(A.P.)-- Whsn Babe Ruth of the baseball world, here with Lou Gehrig, met the Babe Ruth of the poultry world, he smiled and said: "Looks like an egg lor breakfast." He was riot disappointed p.s he received the 170th egg laid by Lady Norfolk on tl.e 170th consecutive day for a new record. The presentation was made at the baseball grounds before 4,500 fans . The egg, tied with a ribbon, lodged In a jewelry box and inscribed "from the Queen of Eggs to the King of Hitters," was sent to New York. There it will be drained, filled with a preservative and retained as a sou- Prep Results Take Bearing On Grid Conference Races AH Decatur Teams Defeated--Important Conference Tilts End in Ties. , By GILBERT TWISS. Surprises are bound to come in other undefeated team, Inst week tliejr won from J^armcr City In it noil-* prep football and they did not wait | !°^ r ?. nCC ,. e ", m . C ' AA »lrcl confcrcjicei long to get their start this season. To "" " be sure, there were not many startling upsets, but there certainly were some surprising tie games. Likewise, some teams which in oi?«r, years have been known as "urfjri: dogs" gradually are forging to the front and promise to become known among the leaders this season. It was a big week end for the prop conferences. The Big 12 had ten teams m conference games. The Okaw Valley had three conference games and the South Central had its nrst big card of conferences contests Non-conference teams of the section kept pace with the organized croups Decatur play was featured bv two bic games. PREP CONFERENCE TEAM STANDINGS BIG Teams. Poorla Central . I ekln 2 Urbana u Peorla Manual l S p r i n g f i e l d (i L i n c o l n o Mattoon Champaign 1-ecatur . . . . D a n « l l l e J a c k s o n v i l l e . TWELVE. Won. Lost. Tied. Pet. ...2 0 (I 1.000 0 0 LOCK) 0 0 1 00(1 0 1 1.000 0 2 0 2 1 0 ..1 ..1 .9 .000 .UOO .500 .500 orio .nou .000 «* WEEK'S RESULTS. Poorla Centra!. 7: Chtimpalgr, C P e k l n . 31; J a c k s o n v i l l e . li. Urbana. 'J.~; D e c a t u r . 0. Pcoria ^lanual. 0: L i n c o l n . 0 Mattoon. Z'2; D a n v i l l e , 0. S p r i n g f i e l d , 2C; C a r l l n v l l l e , 0. OKAW VAI.LKV. W o n . 1,,,,-t. Tin LOCALS DEFEATED. Millikin celebrated homecoming, but lost the football game to St. Viator however, coming out of the game in good physical condition and in shape for the remainder of the season's games. Decatur high, too, lost its big dedication game to Urbana, whose victory marked a rise in stock of their Big 12 hopes. In early week Hammond won over Durfee. Saturday Roosevelt lost a heartbreakcr by one touchdown to the Urbana Frosli- Sophs. Central did not play last week. After the week's games In the Big 12, six teams are left undefeated but Peoria Manual, Lincoln, and Spring^ field each have ties. An important turn was Peoria Central's defeat of Champaign, the 1926 co-champion with Pekin. Pekin easily won its game from Jacksonville. Manual's progress was temporarily slowed by a scoreless tie with Lincoln, ending an evcnlv I played game. Mattoon made its best appearance of the season, walkine over Danville, and later may cut in the title hopes of other teanis in the conference. Springfield won a non- ccnference game from Cnrlinville. game resulted in u three touchdown victory for Atwood over Lovlngton. Villa Grove continued Its bis winning with a 58-point victory over Hindsboro. Arcolti lost itii (jame '» Oakland by one touchdown. Three outsUindinK Icuivm appeared in the week's gnmes in the South Central. Stminton won ns expected, bus wns held to n low score by Wlchflrld. Hlllsboro hnci a close tnll lit the hands of Pnna. Nokomls mtide Its entry into conference piny with n formldnbln nppcnrnncc in a bljr win ovr-r Slicl- byville. Taylorvillc won from Assumption in a. non-canfercnco nnnir, Mt. Olive lost in mid week to Virdon. CLINTON'S LOSS. Blue Mound stopped Eothunv'K winning run in ;i Friday gumo. Mowca- qt ·. reserves won Irom Hammond by a sizeable .score. Illlapoll.i piled tip the score on Mnroa. Clinton lost ID Bloomincton. but (iiiffcrpcl a urcntcr loss in the injury of Woods nnd Day. Charleston high played Ha flrat BUHIO In twenty-one years Thursdny a f t noon winning from Purls Freshmen. Charleston T. C. lost for the Unit tlnm this scn.«on to Martlnsvllle Thursday. Mncon won by two touchdownn fro ; n Mt. Zion. Leroy walked over Olb^.ii City and Fairbury dcfontort Fonvt ^ Over in the southeastern section. ' Bridgeport won lt« homecoming cnimi from Flora. Marshnll mid CIIM-V continued undefeated. Marshall trimming Newton nnd Cmey wlnnlmt from Obloiiu. Palestine bliinlcnd Et- llnRham. nlcknell rtefonted Robinson and Olncy won from Lnwrenccvlllc. on the Midway. Teams. M o n U r e l l o A r t h u r . . Bomer.t . . ' A t w o o d .. | S c l l l v a n . Tuscola j Arcola- ].',.'.'.'.'.. .o i N e w m a n (I I j o v i n ^ t o n o Villa Grove '..0 . .1 . .1 . .1 Notre Darnels scoring machine will! ]j s t down to four. While there were many games that' i he way - Decatur is to have five · give Indiana's new found "stone caused the fans trouble, it was re- i l e *ms « another good round o f , wall; _a real test Saturday. -- markable that not a single dopester gave Ames a chance to even tie Illinois. The composite scores off all the entries would show the Zuppke eleven doped from three to four touchdowns better than'the Iowa Cyclones One or two only made the Illini margin of victory one touchdown but the most of them had Illinois running from 20 to 35 points better than the Aggies. It may be that many of the dope- n o n n- o I ! ters do not have enough opportunity 0 _ 1; . i to study over the games that are included in each week's contest so will games the coming week end. The Hoosiers stopped Minnesota feature on local fields is the meeting ...... of Decatur high with Mattoon on D. H. S. field Saturday afternoon. Durfee and Central meet in the second game of the ~ H. S. intra-city junior " ' Friday " STANDINGS Team-Chicago X r . r t h w e s t e r n Mlehic.in M i n n e s o t a ... Oilli) J m l l a n a "Wisconsin ... ]' u :· c' u e Iowa I M l n o l . i T. TP. OP. M f S S O U R I YAI.LKY. Team-Missouri ;t Nebraska. J Kansas 1 K a n s a s AtiRlcs ... 1 '\VashinKton 1 Jowa S t a t e (i Oklahoma. Ass:e.i (i G r l n n c l l 0 Oklahoma. H D r a k e o 1.1 1:1 .000 .00(1 MOHAWKS, DENNIS TO PLAY FINALS The Decatur Mohawks and Dennis Hardware will play for the championship in the Decatur semi pro series as a result of Sunday's games played at Fairview park. In the morning game the Mohawks won 4 to 3 from Dennis and in the afternoon the same team won 8 to 6 from the Specials. One game next Sunday will decide the championship. MORNING GAMES. Score by innings: R.H. E. Dennis H'dvare .000 003 000--3 5 2 Mohawks 002 200 00--4 7 1 Smith and Hammett; Celasko and Grimm. AFTERNOON GAME. Mohawks 100 500 020--8 13 4 Specials 000 022 020--6 7 4 Everetts and Schultz; Anderson and McKinney. WOLVERINES LOSE TO OAKLAND 12-0 Oakland, Oct. 17--The Decatur Wolverines could not overcome the fast Oakland All-Stars in the indee same here Sunday and lost 12 to 0. The home team made both of its touchdowns in the first half and was held evenly in the second half. Hines and Yonikus in the backfield and Roche nnd Orkowski in the line performed best for Decatur. THTC L.TXEUPS. WOLVERINES (") PCS. O A K L A N D (12) Bandy Ij.lC C O a l l i r o n t l i P. Moreno 1,.T ..' C J I l I c o r n o n 'jtor-lio . 1..O Tayes I'ntw.'ts r pull a little stunt R. M. Benjamin our old law prof, did before examination time. He would give the class 20 questions and then take 10 of them for the exam. Here are 20 games that are to bfe played this Saturday and 10 or 12 of these 20 will be used in the printed entry blank which will appear in the Thursday and Friday issu" of The Heview. Now get busy and sttidv your football. J M i l l i k i n -- L o y o l a . D. II. S . -- M a t t o o a . 1 I t i n o l ? -- N o r t h westei n. i ' e n n s y i v a n t a -- C l i l c a ^ . . . X o t r e IV.nc -- I n d i a n a . I o w a -- l l i n n e s c l a . O h i o -- M i c h i g a n . 1'urdui---\V:scor..-in. S u t l e r -- D f p a t u v . ·Wajmsh--Colsuto. C r e i f r l i l o n -- M i i r q c e t t e . D r a k e -- G r i n n o l l . J.or.il.aril--Ca: roll. S t a n f o r d -- O r e c o n Ax;-i--s. S y r a c u s e -- P e n n S t a t e . V a n d e r b l l t -- T u l a n e . Y a l e -- A r m y . 1 - I a r v a r d -- U a r l n i o ' j l h . Me Ken dree -- Lincoln. W e s k - y a n -- C a r l h a s c . There isn't any doubt in Bait's mind but that there were a number of grid fans attracted to Francis Field in St. Louis Saturday expecting to see something happen either between noon. Roosevelt Juniors go to Mattoon Saturday for a game with the juniors. - Millikin is out of town the coming week-end, meeting Loyola in Chicago Saturday. St. Louis U. won 19 to 0 from Loyola Saturday. Loyola defeated Millikin a year ago. Just because Millikin lost one state conference game, the cause is not lost, and Coach Leo Johnson will proceed with shaping his team for the remaining games of the season. --O-Week-end winners in the Big 12 ^^^S^appe^^ ' -ence championship 14-14 tie. MAY The jinx Thi for a MISS GILBERT, which hovers over the the grid elevens or supporters of Washington U and Missouri U. They had read of some trouble last year after the game that resuUed .n the breaking off of relations for a time being. However Saturday those not interested in either institution and who like to see trouble were justly from the results is that the conference title will not be a walkaway, for anyone and it looks as if about seven teams are in the running right now. ; Monticello leads the pack in the ; Okaw valley on performance to date. j but the Sages are sure to have plenty loi competition from Bement. Arthur | and Tuscola and perhaps others. i It seems unfortunate that Villa Grove is not in the Valley title race this season, for the Wear tribe has been going ."great guns" in games to date. Villa Grove has only one conference game listed, with Newman and probably on that account would not be considered for the conference title. Villa Grove good team comes after the school board had reconsidered its vote to discontinue football this season. Early season play has indicated Staunton, Hillsboro and Nokomis as the leaders in the South Central, and no doubt much of the remaining play will hinge on games between the three. Hillsboro plays both, but Staunton and Nokomis do not meet. Bridgeport, Marshall and Casey- continue to lead the pack in southeastern Illinois, all of them unde- disappointed" The contest although played be- Uveen two titter rivals was as clean i as a whistle and there was nothing 1 ' ' ' ' ' of home team in dedication ceremonies may swoop down upon Michigan Sat- uftiay, when Ohio state goes to christen the new Ann Arbor field. Overconfidencs after their first touchdown played havoc with "Ohio State, according to Coach Hanley of North- western.the victors by a score of 19 to 13. Michigan probably will be without their best kicker, Louis Gilbert, who is also one of their best ball carriers. The Wolverines have not been beaten in the conference for nearly two years. PURPLE AFTER TITLE. Northwestern's Wildcats face Illinois Saturday. The Wildcats hope for renewal of their lease on the con. :nds largely upon this game, for their next three contests, Purdue, Indiana and Iowa, are figured to be easier to win. Illinois has yet to face a Big Ten opponent, and has shown both good and bad football so far. Purdue and Wiscnosin, each counted out of-the championship race after one defeat, clash at Madison. Against Iowa Saturday the Minnesota machine will need even more drive than . it showed against the Hoosiers, if it is : to stay in the fight for Big Ten lead- , ership. The Hawkeyes have had an ! easy fortnight since their defeat by i Ohio State, and Saturday they beat Wabash 38 to 0. Kaplan Is Ready. Chicago, Oct. 17--(A.P.--Louis Kid Kaplan, of Meriden, Conn., who once retired and gave up the featherweight boxing crown, and has won BOTTOMLEY STARS FOR NOKOMIS NINE Alton. III.. Oct. 17--"Sunny Jim" Bottomley, first baseman of the Cardinals, drew one of the greatest crowds in its history to Sportsman Park Sunday, when he, with Charlie Ruffing of the Boston Red Sox. and other members of the Nokomir, ball rlub nlayed the Alton Blues. "Sunny Jim" Rnffin 1 ? rontw fielo. eleven straight bouts since he started after the lightweight title, finished training tdoay for his ten round battle tomorrow night with Jimmy Mc- Larnin, Pacific coast sensation. (I 3 0 WEEK'S RESCI.TS. M o n t l c a l l o , 2(1; S u l l i v a n , «. A r t h u r . 0: Tuscola. 0. At-.vooct. 20; T ^ o v i n p t c n . 0. P.en-ent. 1C; Farmer City C. O a k l a n d , 7; A r c o l n , (p. V i l l a Grove. [W; Hindsboro. 0. SOUTH CENTRAF,. Won. !,'.«:. 1 (I 1 (I 1. I) MONTICELLO WINS. Monticello's victory over Sullivan by a large margin was the marked result in the Valley. Montlccllo's record is clear with two victories. Almost equally important was Arthur's scorc- Pot. ] less tie with Tuscola. Arthur too. has }'ml! £. pa '^ of stories in the conference, i ITM Tuscoia has two scoreless ties in con- i ference games. Bement is the only I Stomach Gas Drives Man From Bed "I line! Kas so linil i Imcl lo gel urn ni.ulils on mtcmnit of l!ic« jirrsMiro tut iny lii-ai-l. I UIIM! A i l l c r l l i u nut! hccii c n l i r i - l y rcllcvcil."--U. ~Y. fe'i'r. liven Ilii- I ; IHST spoonful ;f Al|pr- lisa ri'llrvrs i!";i iti'l o f l f i i mi!vr« a s t o n i s h i n g n i u i t t i n i (jf ti-r friiin Hit- svM'.-ni. Malic* you m- jny yir.tr n i n i l s a m i Mrc|i lii'llcr. I m a i l e r w h a t yon h a v e l stomach t i n i l lu\vr!s. A i l l i - r l surprise yon. I.-JH||III; i l n i K X l M .1)00 .000 Teams. S t u u n t o n W l l l s b o r o N o k o m i s . .1 Mt. Oliye o Pana. o Shelbyvllle 0 T a y l o r v M l e (I C'»ll".enplc 0 Cai l i n v i l l e I) Tloil. Pot. 0 1.0 'JO 0 l.wifi .000 .000 000 .(MX) . 000 .000 WKEK'S RKSt7T.TS. S t n i i n t o n , ];!; I J t c h f l c l O , 0 . H l l l a h o r o , 1-1; 1'ar.H. ]'J. No',toml.« "'2: S h o l h y v i l l o , 0. V i n l c n . l:l; Mt. O l i v e , n. T a y l o r v i l l e . 11.'; AsSLtmiHir,!!. 7. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^·^MBiWiliwBilBB^BHlHBBHBB Complete Greasing Service Any Make Car, 75c SHELL MOTOR OILS SHELL GASOLINE ALTO ACCESSOKIKS BROWN SERVICE STATION 715 East Eldorado E. I. Brown, TMr,vr-, T - I TM , , . . I'ornuTly W l l l t i:»\nn;i t.'orimrattiin CORNER ELDOKACO AM) M O I U i A N W --O-promises trouble for feated. Pana high someone if Saturday's indication means anything. Pana all but defeated Hillsboro and but for the Scotchman Bob MacBeth would have done it. Coach Merle Moore does not have high expectations for this season but he is enthusiastic about the fresh- I that passed between supporters cither team that even bordered the unsavory. --O-Missouri won the grid game 13 to 0 by Intercepting a pass and racing 50 j men and sophomores he lias on" his yards for a marker and then bat- . squad and is looking ahead. tering down a weakened Washington | --O-U eleven for another touchdown. The I After Saturday's performance,'Mat- Washington eleven went down fight- ! toon will be more closely watched in mg a clean battle and Missouri won the Big 12. Without doubt Coach R. Mau/.y . . Slee'Ji Gr.lurealU A mm«rmai Orltowvki Ji.T. Thomas ];.!·:. '1'arton CJ.TV H I n e n T,.lf. Tayl Smith ....:.'. n.H Temples Youlkt:!! p. 13 T. Galbrcath 3cor« by quartern: Oaklnnrt n n 0 0--12 "\Volverlr:?* n 0 p 0-- 0 SobntkiKlona--Laslca for Vat-ton:' J'olskl for Ttio'ras. Homball for P a U w l t s G u t n n fur Ifsv-:y. I l a n n e r for r.ayx. n*fr"-o--- p,-iM.r (Cnmargo). rmulve -- Solennkl; Hcadllncsinan-- - the same way. It was a great lesson to any who may have purchased a ticket expecting to see a fitrht other rhan is provided for by the rules of the game. fans packed in the main There were 15,000 around Francis Field stand and the temporary seats. Out among that 15,000 rose one with a voice that could be heard above all the rest. It was Dick Simpson' of Taylorville who had to pick between Millikin-St. Viator, Illinois-Ames and Missouri-Washington. .. « Any footbal game started later than ":30 o'clock in October and two o'clock in November is likely to bring unsatisfactory results. It is' almost impossible to play a regulation football game under two hours while many of them will run over that. The rule makers did something when they moved the goal posts back. Note the many tio frames in the list for last- Saturday. One of the contests ,eveh' went r.s high as 20 to 20 while there were several 13 to 13. Place kicks and drop kicks are not Culberson has one of the best backfields in the conference with Koessler, Purvis, Horsley and Baker: --O-Misfortune seems, to be camping in the footsteps of Clinton team and Coach Keg Wilson. Saturday two men were lost by injury--Captain Oliver Woods and Tommy Day, both of them mainstays to the team. --O-Charleston Normal had a setback at Alton Saturday, losing 13 to 0 to Shurtleff. Bryant, former Millikin player, led the Baptists to victory. Two important games of the Okaw Valley come this week. One Is between two leaders. Arthur at Bement The other is Monticello at Atwood. Gillespie makes.-its!, entrance into LOW FARES To St. Louis, Mo. For South Central 'play playing at Nokomis. this, week-end Ernl« Burcham and.'iHerb Donovan imte that Champaign Grades defeated Lovington grades 12 to 0 in a game last week. Frank Heinsch, former Lovington high player is .coaching the Lovington team. ; VEILED PROPHET CELEBRATION October 1 9 and 20 $2-70 Round Trip from Decatur Tickets good going all trains October 19 and 20. Good returning to and including October 21. Half nbove fare for children. \ Chesterfield smokers dorft change with the traffic signals . but watch how other smokers am changing to Chesterfield! iNEWSPAPERl * ' U - t u i e s . A l l concrete b a s e m e n t , l u l l l o t , ; sli\'I^N-llOOll--Oonil r n n i i l c ·J-c.ir g.irat'c. ^S.fKKJ. *1 OOll d o w n . Deoa- u ,,^ g n r n n e . W i l l t u r Real Estate C o , 717 G u u l u r d Bldg. ...-·-.-... ^ M » l n 1«1. .uvE-ROU.M--Modern. !rlck cotta.;p. n o ,thAve,t, near school, stores, .tre«t car. avcd j, t l c o t . o w n e r n o n - r c l d e n t a n d eas »oil I t . Priced at $1.000, less t h a n cost. Good terms. Phone Fair. 518. M.iin J ' O P t ' H J* '-' tl * F O U R . F I V E A N D SIX-HOOM HOUSES -- C i t y water, u n d lights, 3 l d e \ v a l l t n . One- hair bloclt Crom paved street and bus. f'.'.UOO.UO to $-.U50.00. Terms l l k o renl. Kilward T. Condon. 31C-1U S t a n d a r d Ll/e Bid;;., Decatur 111. O t f l c o M a i n 1501. Uosldenre M a i n Or.llO Wti litJV --.-.I'll, l l i i i l i ' . l i i m l i ' l l » r i ' i l i f i t x mid lmii!in-i» T. H. W l l l l i l l i ' . l l n l ' i inn« _ W H I T E -- O r Ti«~mo *f Mfi M i n - l m i i l N t . . S u b m i t u u r * x c l i a n K t n . ^ l u l n JS.IJ ,n 7^7.'. J. A. Un i i i n i M i i . _ cott.iee s u l c a b l o lor '2 t t i m l l l e s . . . - - iloun._j:8 per ino. D. D. C a m p b e l l , M a l n , _ ^ E _ X R D U U F E E SCHOOL--O: paved _____ _______ _______ street, (1 i ooms, c o m p l e t e l y m u d e r n , all ' __ , , ACON. W., 1^31-- u-rooiu b u n g a l o w , a lot ' lan;c rooms, a bet'rooriH. C u l l lot, K u r a R C . of b u i l t - i n f e a t u r e s , well b u i l t . A b o u t i i 53, ISO. ?1.7oO d o w n . Decatur R«*«l U s t a l « , . y e a r w old, b e a u t i f u l yard a n d a h i u b a c r y , fun_ lot, R ara B e. O w n e r . Terms. M n l n A N D J A S P E R -- N o i t h w c * t Ions IK I UK room. French doors b r e a k - f a s t nook and o t h e r b u i l t - i n f e a t u r e s , on Ii)t O4.\l(i0. P l e n t y of room f o r a n o t h c i house, on roar ot lot. Don't f a t l tn look t i l l s M ' C i . Kdu-. T. Condon. 313 P t a n d a i d L i f e r i m n e o f f i c e Main 1J04, residence *i."itO. , . . Co., 717 G u s h a t d Bldg. Main WM. NO itTH-Nc.v 5-room b u n s n l o w . lon K llv ins room, f i r e p l a c e , h f i r d w o o d f J o o r n , 2 l a i ^ f l bed:ooma, b u i l t - i n tul, - well v e n - c u t n e t . 5-room s t r i c t l y m o d e r n h o m e , ( tllatert Ijetl rooms. M a n y b u i l t - i n f e « t u r e f » , L t N D K N l'LAC12, ISfi; REDUCED $l t ,"(lMI- The bes-t b u i l t brick JIOUMC lull lot. K*rage. ?4,IK)0. c ^ t u r Real Estate Cu., T1 d n u n . De Qushurd Bldp. N O R T H -- N e w 5-room. well . b u n g a l o w . Priced r i g h t . Terms- M a i n _ ii d _ N O R T H E A S T -- On pavel street, o- m o d e r n b u n p n l o w . hardwood f l o o r s The bei-t b u i l t brick JIOUMC in the c i t y , I m o u e r n u u n R n i o w i m i « w u « u H W U I B ·*»·« N e u l y p n p e r o a p a i n t e d , a n d l loora re- b u l l t - m feature?, L' well v e n t H n t e d bed- f i n i s h e d . W i l l Ue sold at a b.irifitm. Sec rooms, f u l l concrotc basement w i t h aa- Roy M. Cope, care Cope Fl"her, 210 ra B c. W- 300 ,,^ 3 ' 10 / lo ^ n ^,P TCa ii lr . ^ ' N e w S u f f o - n Bltlt? K - l a i e Co.. 717 G u s n a r r t Rldg.. M a i n 1*M, LOCl'ST ST., K., 17'JS--,"i-rn(»m modern new h u n g a l n w , juj-t c o m p l o t r d . Oak floors, f u l l lot, narajfe Price $i,7.~0. Term^, S-'.nfi l U i w n . K. D r o b N c h . J i . 11« M e r c h a n t bt. M a i n 2017. M A I N ST., K.--New 4 - r o o m b u n g a l o w , ha i tlwood floors, - b e d r o o m h . e l f c i n o lights, and gas, a. cozy It I t c h en w i t h breakfa.b: alcove, f u l l l o t s o u t h f r o n t , $2 UOO. $100 d o w n , balance J30 per m o n t h Decatur Real Estate Co , 717 G u a h u r d BUI jr. Main 1K.3. MOORE ST.. E.--Five rooms, modorn, K-I-- rugc. W i l l take v a c u n t lot or Intc model car as d o w n p a y m e n t . Ulvcislde Avo., o a ^ t . Four-room " p a r t l y modern house. ?."u clown, $-."i a, m o n t h . N o i t l i Monro 0 Si,, seven-room modern 5 rooma and b a t h down, 2 a n d b a t h up. Double ga- r.ifre. Terms. M. i.YJO. F. 177,'.. OAKLA"ND AVE., N.--Ne'w'.T-room'moucm houne. $.VK) down. Immfidia,t« po*ie*«on. NORTH KAST--4-raom cottage, part m o d e r n , C u l l l o t , K«''ft«e, on paved etreot, liHlt' blocli u-oin bub l i n e *L',Ht*. ?2(Ht down ant' $-11 u m o n t h or $ltHt ciisli nnd _2."i (Kt per m o n t h . C.tll l " a l r v i e w 1813._ NOiCTHEAST--b-room partly m o d e r n . Fireplace, f u l l east f r o n t l o t . Good locution. Y o u ' l l be surprised u t the price and terms H. A. B r i t t o n . M a i n 1112. NORTH E N D -- 1 nice bufk*lni;. ulu . or exchange. What have you to M a i n 48 W. R. Schroeder. W K S T -- A t t r a c t i v e 0-room modern b r i c k b u n g a i o v v . garage, - $5,GOU, ($5W .c"o\vn. A splendid 8-room modern real- dence, well located on north «'da, $i:,-5U. J. H Dardcn, Mam U520 NORTH SIDE--5 r o o m ? , 1 m o d e r n , on one t'lour. W . t h m w a l k i n g d I s t a n c e 15U f o u l lot PKV (t r fttreet. Fine loeftt'o.n-.^LUUU. $."i(K) cABhf lidlanco m o n t h l j V ool Misy or you will be *orr. H. A. Brltion, Main 210 A C R W H -- £ lr« p« f ' l a n i l "VVunt c i t y j t r o p c i l y ir H I . m l u n l i i K l m « i HOK». Win. . 1 . K n u i n n i l . M u r i I n . t i v , l l « . I l l Wuntfd--Ural Ent«(«. It __ IF Y O U R I'll* M ' l ' K T Y l? [-"(nt M A t h o price l« t l M h t u o c n n *i-ll i s Decatur I l w i i l K u t u t a (-'.., 7 1 7 J l l d K . Main UUl. _ I'J-L Til A DIC-- For ftnythlnv, n t t y C a n m a t c h a n y i r n d » . W h a t h u v s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . . SIX ItOUM H O U H J C -- W j t n l o ' l \tt |ni j Nn*or n e a r l y n e w , west cutt f o r tin nit*, I*t9i»h p r e f u r r w d . n i i i n t b» dtotn* Jticittl«ii. w t l t pity ci.ftli. 1 1 i "ply K l v o J n c n l Mm i»tii l O W f P l t n w h ptlCi'. Jl0. H l l , «·«! I t M V i P W *.).,*!! iir . *. i 4 «i'M(ni), f '.· i. l.u:« .( ·· n l ' l i n (·» |. ...ink 1.^(1 . v M l . t » | i ' M I'C t t ' t V I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY AUTOMOnil.KU Cylinder Grinding - l l o n W l ' r n r e « « The O'llj- H i ' n l M i l t l " d (if !|i-, u n i t ) . I m n l n K M Jhd.lul-, WOOD ST. GARAGE ^.-,2 i:. WOOIJ. M A I N I'l'J 111^. \ ' M O N E l T O D U I t . D M O M R X . W» R E f H E S E N T T U B M K T H O - IOLITAN LII-B iNKunANOK--uniim- lt«d capital, l.nO t n o l r new Inn/I M»ltv oUii. Ixw r»i» of Inlertn. i)ukk n o r v k n alia r«fln«nc» If our pi-iMnt lon. r«- llevci you nf monthly payment. Till* flldg, «)»;*,( . M t t l t U 4 t lilt* i; M1 M\ t, f i t t'((. h P'- ?·" 0. N. U O l t H ', i t i ' " ··nil t . Main 4ii ~" " ~ftrsi 4'JH 1 l-ttn* n! l u l l nt in Unit In «·((( (tft)i yu* tn « bM»fH?#*

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