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   Iowa City Press-Citizen (Newspaper) - November 22, 1924, Iowa City, Iowa                               PAGE TWO CITY PRESS-CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, Iowa Conquers Michigan, 9-2 In Closing Seaso MWKEYES TEAR UP MICHIGAN LINEINOPENING QUARTER AND SCANTLEBURY CROSSES GOAL Football Results Final Scores Syracuse 7, Colgate 3. Yale 19, Harvard 6. Third Period Xotre Dame 1, Northwestern 6. Illinois 7, Ohio State 0. Syracuse 7, Colgate 3. I Yale 13, Harvard 6. Iowa Cheering Section is Weak in Numbers But Their j vanderwit e, Minnesota o. Noisy Cowbells Make Up In Noise What Is Lacking in Numbers; Scantlebury Stars for Iowa While Parkin is) Marked Man; Iowa Put on Defensive Last Half i (B'- Associated Press) I smothered on the Michigan 20, FERRY FIELD, Ann Arbor, Jyard ]ine  Jt was first j more through Michigan's center, tackle from a fake kick formation.' down> on Michigan's 41-yard line. J-ne. Noisy Cowbells There I ilichisan met Iowa here today He made it first down on Michi- gan's four-yard line. He met a Marion made it first down on the Qanoway caught Steger without a Michigan 25-yard line. Steger tried gain_ Graham intercepted Fried- ii the final battle of on first down, getting a' Iowa's left end and got thiee jnan.s pass and lowa took the ball sties but with ihalf yard- Scantlebury carried jards on Michigan's 44-yard line. ball to Michigan's one janl- Fake Pass Didn't Fool probably slowed up by i line. I Mai ion went over center for five parkin cut back for a two-yaid Scantlebury added t w- o i. la. their preliminary work-j oa-s the plavers o: neitser team j Scantlebtlry carried the ball over yards more, and he repeated for a m0re "through his own left taclile. seemed wi'h a touchdown. His kick for the. first down on Michigan's 47-yaid The quarter ended just as Han- care-footing 'extra point hit the goal post and'line. Marion failed to gain at C0ck ,was going back to try for a Bounded back into the field. Score (Iowa's left tackle. Rockwell car- piace'kick. Score: Iowa intro 2. I ried the ball to Iowa's 25-jard line gari 2. Graham Gets Long One j when the Michigan Fourth Period -3IICHIGAX R.E..... Flora Hawkins Galloway Steele Krasaski IOWA ......luL. L.T. Brown Griffin Slaughter Olson R G Edwards Hancock ...RT Grube Romey .....R.E.'tried the same tackle for a yard Rockwell Parkin and a half. Graham kicked and HvEt-. Friedman Fisher ------L.H.iiowa downed the ball on Michi- L.H. Steger (C) Schirmer .R.H.j gan's 23 yard line. Steger failed to Rockwell kicked off "for Michi- jliurled back the left san, across the goal line, Iowa Steger made two yards on a tmg the ball in play on her 20 yard line. Paikin made two yards off his own left tackle. Scantlebury With the ball held squarely on SAVILLE CROWTHER Marion Scantlebui-y F.B.Uain trying Otte Clarion made Masker (Norths est- five jards through the Iowa cen- Schommer Rockwell kicked, the ball be- (Illi- K-Field judge Head crowd of Iowa sympa- tbizslrs Tvere in the stand but j Scantlebmy failed to tKeir cowbell chorus made up in j Michigan's left guard. Graham! neise what its members lacked m, lacked and Iowa downed the ball) Rockwell got five jards on a numbers. I on Michigan's eight-yard line. Mar-j mass attack on the Iowa left end First Period J0n macie a on a cross tuck.' Friedman's forwaid pass ing downed by Michigan on Iowa's 25-yard line. Otte Stops Friedman Parkin got a yard at Hawkins, gam at cut back through center. Rockwell JS defeat by Nebraska by a score was a hard made five yards, starting for Iowa's ja'ed four Yards Captain Crovtlier' he feels can be out __, ...ii. _ i___i, KOCkWeil gameU lOlir VarUS at JofontSno- a-n-amiea by defeating Syracuse. This line. __ i_ A.A V G UU.J.'JU.OJU. forward pass. Rockwell went back as if to place kick vrith Friedman holding the ball. Friedman, how- forward passed across the goal line, Iowa putting the ball in play on her 20-yard line. ScanUe- bury failed to gam. Three Michi- The interference could not get on a gan men piled up Parkin trying Fnedman made a a Grube's end, Iowa losing two yards ht tefl Graham kicked and Iowa downed to paikia the ball on Michigan's 49-yard line. three vardg tQ 26 d Otte Hurt, Taken Out is going to be some job. Victory in left end and cutting back. i Tnw_._ ...-o-iit PTiri Marion Friedman lost slightly on a fake Another is the on the Colgate schedule. more tHrouen center. Another that game make8 the a SUCC8SS> no matter how many pre- vious reverses were suffered. Lasfc season Colgate pulled the big- gest surprise of the year, defeating Syracuse, 7- CITY BRIEFS Captured in Cedar Rapids, en route to Denver, as reported in the dispatches yesterday, J. Yuia is declared by the local po- Ime. Iowa took out time after to be the same man was Paikin got through center. three-yard nabbel here a ago, and The ball hit Graham on the head who escaped from Chief J. J. Lor- ack by running down the alU-y v t ,-t vr WWBJ 4.4-i-i tvutlilj. vyn.tiltiJJ.tia.Vl_ Captain Paikin of Jowa won the' Rockwell kicked to Parkin grounded, Grube failing to get to bufc recovered for a seTeaj back of the Dove sisters' millin- store. He was later recaptur back nine ed by Detective O. E. Carroll, who elected to defend the west held at Michigan's 43- Jaid line I the ball. Iowa took time, out to WJth a strong wind at Msi Paikm failed to 5am out'ot bounds I cogitate on the play. Roekwell, .aiiro t lt, back. Captain Steger kicked of C Flora ]aa Paikiu back seven' Fiiednian forward passed to the g tQ Michl .g 45.1Ine llne Ialso traced the man's girl bride to over the goal line and Iowa put the yards trjing hlg A fo d other side Of-the field to Grube, Denver, where Yuva was to go to -nl An _ -i___J-V r, Y. -m-n H J Graharri "who came ball in play on the 20-yard line., pass, ParMa to Rorney, was grounu- Scantlebury took five jards Graham kicked into touch through right guard. Parkins lost Michigan putting the ball into a yard trying Michigan's right end. plav on lier 3Q yaul lme Marion Scantlebury made a yard at a yaul at' center- Fieaman ter.v Graham kicked the ball rolling lost a jard, ttying otte as the untouched at the east end of the. quarter" ended. Score: Iowa field. The play was called back i Michigan 2 and Michigan penalized five yards Second Period for off-side. Iowa fumbled but re-. Michigan put the ball m plav at cohered the ball for a two yard thp beginning of the 2nd period, saln- t J iflltjl Rockwell kicking.The hall was Parkin made two yards off Mich-, downed on the Iowa 46-yard line igan's left tackle. Graham's kick! Iowa fumbled on the first down and was blocked and Iowa recovered Steele recovered, for Michigan back of the goal line for a safety. The play was called The ball went in play on the Iowa and Michigan was penalized five 30-yard line, Iowa's ball. Schirmer i j ards, putting the ball on Iowa's got a yard at Flora, but the play. 49 yard line. Parkin broke through was called back, the referee evi-! Michigan's left tackle on the first dently being not leady. Grube' play and carried the ball to Michi- caught Parkin back of the line with; gan's ,22-yard line. He had excel- no gain. Parkin tried the other'lent interference. who v.as downed on the lovras 26-yard line. Iowa took out passed but the JLUWIJAL.011. Friedman to hoia pass and on 15 .fourth do-nn and Rockwell kicked (to Parkin who was downed on hisj join her. She was but 17, and her brother, declaring her minority g. j made the wedding illegal, will bring her back- end with the same result. Scantlebury Makes Gains Graham got eeven yards around Flora on a fake kick. Graham kicked to Steger who earned the ball back five yards before he was Buy Your Christmas Cards Now Largest Stock In Iowa City The Iowa Supply Op. 8 So. Clinton Scantlebury made two yards at quarter. Scantlebury added five more, going off his own left tackle, putting the ball on Michigan's fif- teen yard Inie. Graham carried the ball to within inches of first down. Seantlebury madTit first down on Michigan's 12-yard line. Parkin gained seven yards out of bounds on a wide run across the field. Parkin was hurt on the play but re- mained in the game. The ball is on Michigan's eix yard line. Scan time. Friedman lost three yards. 1.nocked on a fake forward pass, to Steger failed to -Another lass, this Grube, seventeen-yaril line. Parkin' port, formerly of City, was knocked doAvn by Graham OL tQ gain on a cut bacl._ gcan.t again honored, this time by virtue Xo one could get loose on tlebuiy got Uvo raalg on a election to the presidency of dispenses much interesting unusual information. and Friends of D. G. son of Mr. William Hesselsch- werdt of Kalona, well known here, the old Hesselschwerdt home town, will be interested to read that he is cheer leader for the Chillicothe Business College and was chairman of the Iowa Club Homecoming committee, at the Kemper Military Chillicothe grid battle recently. Dr. Sidney G. Hands" of Daven- is the ,_ fourth down, and Iowa took the ball on its own Yl VilCi was time out for Iowa, utte re- rolled flead on tjje Mlclllgan eight. tn ipnva the ftame and wern; Hancock Gets Place-Kick Graham, kicked and the the Davenpoit Speakers' club, soutl1 of tliat town- Rock Island Railway company officials are being urged to re- scind their recent order, whereun- der passengers cannot be taken on when Xo. 5 west to" Iowa City, from Liberty. Univer- sity students, especially, bound for the campus, -are -said to be caught in the dilemna, coming back from over-Sunday visits line. Rockwell failed to gain ]eft fused to leave the game back to his position. The coaches at ___ refused to allow this and sent lempj. faad Smith into the game in his place. between hlg gQal Rock_ Stop Wolverine's Passes well kieked tQ pHrkinj camp Parkin lost a yard trying Grube, back 5 Another at result. Stand- and Scantlebury made it up Edwards. Graham made a yard on a faKe ____....._ kick, and then fumbled the_ bail, tlirough center_ IIe falling on it on the Iowa lo-yaru Jard oyer line, where Michigan took posses- got a which hell Its regular session dur- j the current week. Dr, Hands 5s an alumnus of the college of medicine, class of 1912. He is a brother of Mr. Harold Hands, the ieweler, and Former City Engineer Stanley M. Hands, of the Iowa City River Products coinpanj-. sion of it. A forward down, on the next of bounds by Mai ion on Michigan's i Fire at the home of John Baker -oyaid hue. 21? Gilbert street, created Scantlebmy made thrne j aids J more alarm than damage, last added a scant! night, before 9. The department own left made a speedy run to the prop- at center Fiveierty, and Babcocked tie blaze out back to en more quickljr The fire was thus confined to the cellar, where to go. Hancock the 25-yaul line to place line LU pJace Friedman was thrown for a me- Hancock kicked and the _jaj rard loss on an attempted betvreen tb t when he ran witli the ball, balilpapeis starte.1 it. Score: uv one could get free, knocked down the ball jwtjm the goal line on the next down. Olson pass and was downed on his own fifteen yard line just as the penoa 2. Hawkeyes Force Ptint Hancock Licked over and Michigan put the ball on her 20 yard line light tackle for seven jauls, this "h'nn1'' wiA j uat LJJ ended. Score: Iowa riade 3t doivn Qn ilichigan -r-ufwd Oarmrl I M ,1 i T-T _ _ A Successful Farmer 'WatchesThe Long hours and hard work do not always mean suc- cess. Proper Financing is also necessary HOW ABOUT YOUR O FARM MORTGAGE We advise that yon investigate the' "Land Bank Loan" of the First-Trust Joint Government Plan NO COMMISSION Loans 5 to 34 year's time without renewal LOW INTEREST RATE Stock Land Bank of Chicago No red nor 'YOU CAN MAKE A SAVING" SEE US FOR PARTICULARS First National Bank And Farmers Loan Trust Co, Period jJi yaul lme He wag hmt Giaham kicked off for Iowa and Michigan took time Friedman, who brought the Dauj Marion remained in the back 13 jards to the stopped Freidmail for 26-yard line. Marion made yards on first down and the ade -Vard loss Steger made a yard gain RocKweu at 1oft __ at left end. Rockwell got two at center and kicked out of bounds on Iota's 44-yard line. Parkin got away aiound .Michi- slipped off his own right end for twelve yards and first down, on his own 40-yard line. Marion made a yard out of bounds. Steger matte right eru] for )ardg live yards at Iowa's right tacKlc. ning the baU to Michi Rockwell added eleven yards ofi Iowa's left end, putting the ball on Iowa's 46-yard line. 1 jard line. Scantlbury made a yard center. Parkin failed to gain Marion made four yards at cen- kin through his own right tackle Par- held without gain t back .YLEUWH .maw 1 "S WJU1O1 ter. Marion went four additional Grubef and Hancock .._, lu jards at the same point, his next the 3g yard ]ine tQ try a drive was good for first down, The partjy Michigan was penalized Rockwell fell on jt a company, fRr holding. A forward pass 1Q j, Extinct baby elephants TV ere re- called as having roamed tlirough Iowa when Mr. J. A. Tregnze of Britt, Iowa. a jawbone of Statistician Gladys Fairbanks Daris of the Iowa Child Welfare station, has completed her figures on the measurements of children in the West Branch school, and has pi-scared them lor the parents, to whom they will be duly mailed. Many interesting facts are reveal ed by these reports. i PERSONALS visit relative in the University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Randall have returned to Moline, 111., after brief visit with relatives and friends in their old home city. j LONE f The P. T. A. held a very inter- esting program at the school house Thursday evening. CAR ACCIDENT INJURY FATE BUSINESSMAN AT SOLON Dl C. H. Palmer Passes Awaj At Home This Morning; Mrs. Murphy Buried arc He was Mr. C. H. Palmer, a pioneer liv- eryman and oil station owner, of Solon, died at his home today, at j 11. He was 60 years of age. The j fuaeial will be held at 2 p. m. Mon- ___ day, November 24th, from his late Infection Developsv In Cut resjdence Received From Broken! arc his or d Windshield; Youth Dies 17' of also two granddaughters. a well-known and esteemed Big Grove township citizen, and his friends throuhout the county will extend sympathy to the bereaved family. Gibson Was Mr. Charley Gibson Heath, who passed away at his home in West Liberty recently, was a resident of Johnson county, when a child. He came here with his paren'a from his birthplace in Muscat! no county, in the 60's, and lived Iowa City, on a farm, until he re Fatally afflicted, after an auto- mobile through in- jury, per se, but because of infec- tion that Jen- nings, aged 21, is -lead at his home in Washington, Iowa, as the tragic end of a happy jaunt to Iowa City. He and his three chums were (hiving back to their Washingtoi home, from Iowa City, and not 'ar from Kalona, the machine leaped into a ditch. Tl broken windshield cut Del- bert in the leg, anJ Wood, og followed. The accident hap- pens d Sunday night, an 3 depih came yesterday. Surviving are his w'dowed mother, residing at and a sister, attendni? the State Teachers' college.. GRAB JURORS COMPLETE JOB Harold Smith Not Indicted But Others Are Named; "Bills" Kept Secret Adjourning until December 1st, after a -word of thanks from Judge Ralph Otto, the Johnson county grand jury went home today, after making a partial report. The officials will not reveal the :ontents thereof, but it is known that Harold accused of :heft from a roommate and bound over, was discharged, "no bill" be- ng found against the Innocent routh. Several people, it is believed, were indicted, but County Attor- ney E. L. -O'Connor will make nc statement, pending arrests. None has been apprehended as yet. It is generally accepted in polios jirclesc that the two jail breakers Greenwell and "Spark lug Davis, alleged pickpocket and confessed ani convicted "nearj on the indict- ed list. a man of 52, twelve He "was 64 whej the moved, as years ago. end came. Surviving are Ids widow, form erly Mrs. Elsie Chasteen, two clri-l dren, three grandchildren, onei stepdaughter, and three brothers, all of "West Liberty. He was a valued member of the Methodic, church, and a good citizen in every other way, as well. Mrs. Murphy Buried Mrs. 'William. Murphy, of Ains- worth who passed away in an Iowa City hospital, on Thursday, was laid to rest today, the esrvicjs being held from the home of her father-in-law, 'William Murphy, Sr., aear Riverside. She-was 26 years oof age, and was formerly Miss Kate Surviving are her husband, a daughter, aged but three, and her father, brotheY, and four sisters Friends will tender, condolences; as the family has lost a good wife, mother, daughter, and sister. MISS M. ANCIAUX FORMER RESIDENT IS DEAD AT EXIRA MASONS CONFER HIGH DEGREES ON IOWA CITY MEN Miss Margaret Leonard is im- pio-ung after a serious Qpeiation at Mercy hospital. Mr V J. Moravec is spending the week end in Chicago attend- ing a conference and banquet of Oil-0-Matic company. such an "infant" pachyderm to t Mr Jesse W. Hill of Scott town- Prof. A. 0- Thomasa, a university ship who has been seriously of Iowa paleontologist. The relic of antiquity was found in a gravel pit, near Hutchins, Iowa, by Mr. James Nelson, who turned it over to the Britt merchant, who is- a prominent collector of pre-historie antiques. In an item, referring to a lum- ber company deal, in last eve- ning's Press-Citizen, the phrase, Lumber Company" was used, in place of "Nagle Lumbev through the misunder- standing of a telephone mes- sage. The Nagle Lumber company business in Iowa City is owned by the Nagles of this city, and not ili since early last month is still con- fined at Mercy hospital. Final score, Iowa 9, Michigan 2 5 ards fRr holding. A forward pass made up seven yards, Grube carry- ing the ball. Rockwell kicked high and Michigan downed the ball on Iowa's four-yard line, but the m_e A r referee called the play a touch-' DIES IN HOSPITAL back, Iowa putting in play on her( AFTER OPERATION 20-yard line. Drive Into lowa Territory Little Ralph Butcher, aged but During the Bryn Mawr Alumnae fssociation convention, In Wash- ington, D. C, Miss Anna B. Lawtli- er, of the Iowa- Stte goard of ed- j ucation, was guest of honor at the presentation exercises, when notable women were racened by Mrs. Calvin Coolidge. at the White House during the current weak. Iowa Unhersity ought to adopt the Oxford system of education according to some of the debaters of S. IT. I. The Erodelphians have selected Misses Helen Starbuck and Dorothea Starbuck of Iowa City to uphold or attack the ques- tion later. Miss Mary A. Selkirk Iowa City is on the Athena team. mlllj__ Rev. F. M. Banner, who recently spoke here concerning lepers, gave rousing address of kindred type, earlier in the week, at the MethoJist church in West Branch. line. Iowa piled up Rockwell for1 earlier: ITe upwards ot. is the secretary of the Am- no gain. Steger passed to Flora a wife and ch.ldicii sun he. {crican Miss'ion to lepers, and he Mr. and Mrs." George Butler are in the East, spending their honey- moon. The groom is a student of George Washington University of Law, and attended S. U. I. three yers. H is with the house of rep- resentatives now as- a member of ,th clerical stff, Contemporaneous- ly serving, while in college. His bride is a dughter of Senator J. A Garrett, of Houston, exas. They were wed at the national capital. Mr. aul Yeager has returned to his home in Grundy Center, after visiting his "wife and child "whom he accompanied home. They did well in Iowa City hospital. Mrs. Leo Grahm hs returned to her home in Birmingham, Iowa, a brief visit in Iowa City. Eighty-eight new brothers of ,he 32nd degree in Masonry at- tended the closing sessions of the innual fall reunion of the Zar- ephath Consistory, No. 4, which embraces Iowa City, in its juris- diction, when that body met at Davenport Thursday. This-is the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite branch of Masonry. Degrees (31st and 32nd) were conferred upon this great class, with imposing exercises to mark the event. The work followed a luncheon at the Masonic temple. The class included Messrs. 01- Sad news from Exira, Iowa, tells of tha death there of Miss 'Mary Theresa Anciaux, formerly of lowal City. She passed away at the of her V. J.. where she had resided dm last 34 years, since--she left thisl city to join him in Audubon ty. She was never married. Her only surviving kinsman is her brother. Miss Anciaux came to lowal City from Belgium, in -1854, seven and ws thus 77 when thefl end came. Wednesday a few weeks! after her birthday (which fell October She was the victim of ous strokes which rendered ner an invalid in recent years. Old! friends of the septuagenarian grieve. iver H. Dunlap, Iowa City; George M. Clearman, Oxiord, senator-j elect, and Cloyce J. Loehr andj Albert De Lano, Lone Tree. Attorney Cornelius H. Murphj.l class of 1889, S. U. I., law col- lege, is Master of the Kadosh, inj the and he had chavge of the degree work. four, ahe of Mr. and Mrs. Scantlebury made a yard at Ralph Butcher, Sr., of Ottumwai Steele. Parkin off three .died in an Iowa City hospital', Michigan tackleis but was run out today, following afflictions that of with a loss of four (not even skilled surgerj could yards. He was hurt on the pla> I avert. but returned to the game. Gra-; Robert Cauarr, of Moscow, ham kicked out of bounds on 1G, also died in an "lowa' Michigan 37-yard line. Rockwell's City hospital. He the sor. j interference w as slow and Gallo- of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I way tackled him for no gain. Mar- oi. the nearby town. j ion drove the center of Iowa's line, Mr. John Prizzell, aged 68, who back four yards. Rockwell punted passed away earlier in the'same and Michigan downed the ball on i institution, was taken to River Iowa's 20-yard line. .Junction for burial. He was an Parkin lost a yard out of bounds. I unfortunate pioneer of the coun- Scantlebury made Michigan's center. two yards at Graham kicked to Steger who was downed as he ty. Mr. William M. Roberts, a nat- ive of Louisa county, also passed caught the ball on his own 41-yard j away in an Iowa City hospital, Mr. Elmer Dautremont has return-' ed to his post of duty in the psy- chopathic hospital, after a pro- longed stay at his home side. in River- Mr .and Mrs. Will Berkey, ol Iowa City have returned from Mi. Vernon, where they visited the Steinbrenners. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berkey, of Colorado, were wltt them. Mrs. Emma Stelnbrenner and Mias Nellie were, here to attend the funeral o! their lamented kins- man, Mr. George Rupener, during the current week, and bare return- ed to their home in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. C. D. Maybauer and Mr Willard Maybauer were 4ere from Linn during the week, to Before You Buy COMPARE The easy -way to build a radio receiver is to assemble it. The right way is to create it, unit for unit, testing each step. Tn Superhetrodynes, Super- Zenith and Crosley receivers, you get that precision in construction that gives a new appreciation of what listening in can mean. Speech and music are reproduced without dis- tortion. Far distant stations are received with generous volume. The selectivity is extraordinary. A demonstration will be a revelation. Gould Storage Batteries RADIO THE AutoSupplyCo. Iowa City, la. Eveready Dry Batteries NEWSPAPER!   

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