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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               I NOV. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL LEADERS IN BOWLING LEAGUE NOT DISTURBED BY WEDNESDAY NIG HT'S RESULTS THE STANDING. Kolb's No. 1 Sehlecht's.. lEuterprise.. rEed Skins.. Medusas..... Kolb's No. 'I Eagles...... Retail Clerks. -Grocers.... iHydroplar.es Only eight .13 .15 .10 .13 .14 ..9 ..7 .5 12 14 10 19 levelling with Bloker of the Pet.' Clerks had high score with 204 .867 AT KERBER MILLER'S ALLEYS. Enterprise. .762 Bogart..............nij 200 156 .722 i F. Hegner..........151 192 1 Altstaeter ............139 117 129. Her........130 159 171 i J. Htgner............157 150 135 VICTORY PUT TiGEES IX OX EASTEKX GRIDIRONS .667 .429 .ooii .238 .235 .095 Total .....9 teams of the Sandusky Bowling league rolled Giesseman.. the regular Kubach.. -nigH. The Koib's No. I and Ereining.. Red Skins who were to roll at the Horregardner Sehlecht's alleys postponed their games Loth...... until some other night The Suhtecht's won three games Wednesday evening and are now in secon.-l position and promise soon to paw the Kola's No. 1 as the latter team has six gamts to they are up-to-date on their schedule. The Enterprise five is third position but is also clwe upon tre i wo leading teams. About the 0'ily other change in the league Wednesday night was the Grou-.r-s' into eislith tied with the Retail Clerks. The Hydroplanes one more game to their list of victories and now credited with two wins out of games. At Kerber and Miller's alleys the enterprise live won two out of three games from the Medusas. The first resulted- in a and in the roll- off the Enterprise bcvs won. At Koib's alleys the Hydro- planes in splendid shape in the first game win- ning by pins but in second and third games fell losing by 35 and pins At the Mnjeytic alloys the Grocers won two out of the three games with the Retail Clerks. The Clerks won the first by KO but lost the sec- ond and third by 14 to 40 pins respect- ively. The Sehlecht's won three straight e-antes from the Kolb's No. 2 team at alie-.-s. The se- cured the highest total pins for the mawlchgs tw Total..............753 Medusas. ..139 ..149 ..171 137 ISO 147 163 17S 156 794 13G i 138 115 13S AT KOLB'S ALLEYS. Hydroplanes .753 S24 652 M. Isaacs .foriin.. Snyrier.. Brohl..... 1. Isaacs.. Gundlach... Total.. K. AVaaner. Weaver.. Staffler.. C. U'agner.. i Goetzman Total.... ..112 ...137 ..144 147 159 157 149 127 140 13G 14G 155 Eagles. ..712 739 719 I 121 i 159 19T ...119 ...137 ...163 ..135 ...132 162 120 14S 193 145 .......6S6 774 AT MAJESTIC ALLEYS. Retail Clerks. W. Rloker...........204 201 Willinger............149 137 v- 137 K. Miller.............134 1G9 J. Maus..............165 150 145 183 169 115 13G Total..............794 794 74S i Grocers. j A. TMem............infi 153 IRS P. Windisch...........133 161 160 w Wagner...........IR- 165 151 ne 147 C- Miller..............169 153 Total..............734 SOS 7SS j his own punts and grabbed the ball after a State back had juggled it. .Rupp dashed on with the ball for a touchdown and Denison went home a tie score. It was the first time had failed to beat Denison. Put Rupp behind a line with the strength of Wesleyan. Ohio j Case or Oberlin and there wouldn't be a. back in the state who could com- I ME Y. M. S.. and Already Pledged To The Proposition. i Old Quaker Whiskey has this indisputable claim on your better are ori'sh gan'-xation 01 a teams fro to a s Manuiier the or- macie of Y. M. Guenther j their of sat Iluiwatlus team -xHJ by local co-open-iiion in eu. Letters for week TO the 0. team r of ani i s a.s-i maua he seir s of the it r'ode. ihc Shamrock e Mouroovi'le the Port Clinton Vims. uiui a team. have AUTO COATS just received another shipment heavy AUiO COAiS. with the knit wind protectors in the at______ We also have a full Hue of Street no two from ALCGTT Columbus Are. and Washington BOTT. tor two e.U'U ai'ly lie made 10 a meeting of gers of the vario'.is teams i in the near p.iul the details of the idea at Chamberlain's Stomach and I Tablets do not sicken or and may be taken with pc-rfect safety by p the most delicate woman or youngest i child. The old and feeble will also 'find them a most suitable remedy j aid ing and strengthening their weak- j ened digestion and for regulating thej j bowels. For sale by All Dealers. tues-thurs-sat-wky. 30 Princeton has a splendid opportunity to place itself in the front rank on eastern gridirons this fall. Undefeated thus the Tigers have victor- ies over Harvard and Dartmouth to their credit and a scoreless tie with the Navy eleven. They have scored 173 points against their opponent's Harvard and Lehigh each having crossed their goal line once. Sat- urday they meet and the game gives promise of being one of the MICHIGAN IS READY FOR PEIWS WARRIORS the Denison football pare with him as a line breaker or all- best of the year- at has been one of Princeton's best fl'anavment failed to schedule more I around ground gainer. tKan one game in Cleveland and Co- 'umbus this .season. Edson Rupp. San- lad who is playing halfback and rantalning the Deuison will 'ikely be overlooked -when it conies to picking out the All Ohio round gainers. medicine so good for whooping cough. as Chamberlain's Cough I writes Mrs. Francis Junction i Ore. This remedy is also un e.even after .the close o ft.he season. surpassed for colds and croup. For year Denison played two games sale by AH Dpaiprn Cleveland and one at Columbus. In these contests with Western snd Ohio Rupp .was a star of the brightest lustre even i though the team he was playing with j showed only occasional flashes of form president of the Toledo the sporting editors of operating the All tues-thurs-sat-wky 30 ARMOUR QUITS TOLEDO W. R. resigned' IS NICKNAME FOR WENDELL STRONGEST MAN ON THE HARVARD VARSITY Percy Langdon nicknamed as the Human by the crimson sv-ch gaining. Stiff practice and scrimmage Wed- and the hard grind of signal work prewired the Michi- gan foofttjall sfpiad for Saturday's game with Pennsylvania. Fearing possible injuries and anxious to use several convalescing Yost is not inclined to order another scrim- mage. It now seems certain that both Mc- Millan and Craig will be in agajnsi Pennsylvania and the return of the star quarter and speedy halfback adds greatly to Michigan's offensive strength. Fearing that a soggy field would give the eastern eleven a strong Yost has directed that the gridiron be swept of snow and covered with shavings until Sat- urday morning. As a team. Michi- gan is heavier than Pennsylvania. University authorities predict the greatest crowd in several judg- ing from the advance sale of tick- ets. They look for close to the man who gets a new made to order suit I Fresh train the Merchant Taii- I experiences the thrill of real Clothes i You may want the new Eng- t lish Sackj which is a shorter and closer fitting three or four button with smaller trousers and high button or youjjiay want the Cleveland and Columbus who make the mythical All-Ohio had a Rupp in action and a him a place on their chance to see majority gave paper eleven. team of the Toledo baseball American Association. rules tend to prevent Whether or not there j is a hole opened in the young is this year s contn- WendeU always be depended up. bution of the famous Wendell on to make a substantial and to Harvard athletics. An all Arneri-jthat this is the case must be attribut-j can halfback last year by ed to some innate ability of the man j he gets from i including a big Pennsylvania delega- tion. loose with full peg top matter you will get what you want by giving your order to The Frank Sdmaitter Tailoring Co. 104 Columbus Avenue. be given his opportunity. j teams will be evealy matched Satur- If he is successful the players line j day in the big of the up hi middlefleld and begin all week. The again. If unsuccessful the game be- i Yale. Age gins from the 25-yard line. Two-' Francis.. Wendell this year is rather than any backin He also has disposed of his stock. The club is now in charge of Sec- retary George B. who probably _.. Rupp has played in marvelous form in each game this season but the crit- ics haven't had the chance to see him except in the Denison-Case game ly in the season at Cleveland. year Rupp's best game was against j Reserve at Cleveland This year Den- ison and Reserve didn't meet. Another game in which Rupp starred last sea- was the Ohio State-Denison game at in which the Sandusky toy went down the field after one of strongest man in the Harvard back- field. In his work both on the offense and defense is the best seen at Harvard for a number of years. dent. a I rial veil u iui el UULLIUCI vca-i o. Armours successor as presi- _ Wendell is admlrably filling the 'place at the halloack position left by his brother the star back of the Harvard team in 1907. who also won for himself the coveted distinc- tion of a. place on Walter Camp's first eleven best men of that season. Under the new a plunging halfback who can be considered a his team mates. One explanation is As soon s Wendell takes the ball he wraps both arms around the which is carried close to his and with head down starts -off with speed through the spot designated by the thirds of the best plays in football pare made now between the i lines in what once was called mid- of consistent ground gainer is a decided along. quarterback's signals. He is built very stoekily and when he thus gets'gam his hsad unless he. is tackled very it is impossible to bring him to bee great weight he has to carry him Iain's Liniment and bind it on over the seat of pain. There is nothia better. For sale by All tues-thurs-sat-wky 30 v Razor blade excellence will not in itself produce a com- fortabie shave. Young Safety Razor combines with blades of the highest the correct method. Its expertly ground blades meet the beard at an angle as the old-fashioned straight j razor does in the hands of an expert. With the anybody can shave this diagonal strbke.' A touch jturns the producing the slant- ting no matter what the posi- of the hand or what part of the is being shaved. Earl Sprackling has scored more points this season than any eastern college player. His quarterback runs and. field goals have been the source of most points for the Brown uni- versity eleven. Sprackling has scored forty-four touchdowns and three field goals. Baker of Princeton is second with forty-three points. He has made six seven goals Sporting and For pains in ths side or chest W. H. Harvey who acquired en a piece of flannel with Chamber- j in the first Brvan as the au. -r ___ _a ___ It is the center activity. If a strong team can come to the 25-yard line on the first down there is a chance that its players will con- tinue to try to advance the ball by bnt there are few teams which can get to the 23-yard line on the first and fewer stlU players will be which can get to the 20-yard line on in poor shape for the Norwalk High the first down. Saturday afternoon at park. j Portland won the championship Hart.. In the crushing defeat at the Pacific Coast league capturing Wilson This is th ___ ____ __ of the base- I of the- local bunch. Although the hall leagnes. I weather has been it has not j 3. j. jber-n such as to prevent good j gilloc 1597 Dartmouth and Prince- j Crystte.. Norwalk Hku is full of confidence ton h'iv.- played eight football Pendleton Because there has been no practice the first three days of the San- dusky High's ..23 'Paui..............21 iHowe............21 i Camp............20 iDunn............21 Princeton. White... Wgt. 187 183 190 173 195 195 1S4 152 183 175 162 Hgt. e. 6.02 6.02 5.10 6.02 6-QS 5.10 fart th'' defeat at the I the Pacific Coast league hands of Lorain High last week seems sames and losing 7fl. to have taken nearly the life out longest schedule of any i of the- local bunch. Although the hall leagues Age ....22- ..24 .22 Philips..........19 Dunlap............21 Bluethanthal Duff ISO Wgt Hgt 180 6.1 200 200 190 202 169 5.11 S. 5.5 5.10 S. i as to the result of r he gam- here The th or of Financial out town school winning five. Dartmouth jDewttt in order to roll up H good j two and there being one tie. t 11 -rVi -in 175 H7 175. 195 5.10 5.11. 5. 6. THE DAILY DOPE. from and two field goals. Wendell of Harvard ranks third. He has scored forty points all on touch downs. Wendell has eight more than any other eastern player. Sprackling has made seven and Crow- ther of Brown sis. Have a Pill and Dream Editor. In response to Daily Dope says it. is necessary for those plungers who bet on the losing can- cently declined to accept a congress- as its championship tight with Lorain ional nomination in to High is FO close that every point which he removed from Chicago Xonvalk has been practicing some years ago. hard for the local game. PENNSY INSPECTION TRAIN HERE SHOWS THE ECONOMY IDEA STRONG WITH RAILROAD OFFICIALS The Tale and Princeton football' Average 1S2 DAINTY LITTLE CEEATUBE AETMi 60TCH MEASUJRES 56 INCHES ABOUND THE CHEST i didat.es to accounts. file any election expense PENN STATE-NAVY GAME _____________ Our idea of a thrilling rr -r r- Merkle on Charley Caskey's poor lit- Elimmate One Team From tie motorcycle. The Championship We note that H. Dell Cooke didn't Just how strong the idea of econ- omy is with the officials of a big rail- road was a'tested by the ar- P''ticn t'Mir. Mu was an accumulation of rival here about lock Wednesday of the Pennsylvania Co.'s in- spection bringing in almost a score of prominent railroad officials and two baggage cars loaded with winch the party had picked up ar and freighi stations all along the line. In baggage cars brooms i cars in the 01 the stuff 'years. The j the cl'fsvt of a house cleaning all i along thr lino as well as taking from j stations inn i'h tin necessary i The two r-iir load- of wr-jv t'l- ken to Toledo where some of it will be stored for v. re- jmainfler will sold for junk. The of here i at this tim'1 was for thr annual divis- 1 ion fail The Penn State-Navy like one of the best of the teams have clean records and the Navy will not as they count looks Both while spend a cent in the recent campaign shovels. ianTps. tools and 1 the party wer according to his account filed with mosr. every other kind of equipment j Dhision fHiy the election board. First time we knew j which would arcumulatc at a rail-land two Ti-iiiimast H. Dell was in the campaign. j road station. The officials would en- Mi. Henderson and Otto Scott Ti-iiiimastfi- VV. two Her a and there seise every Davis of jot a tip from Gus i tide for which the employes no at. 1 o'f city hall baseball that had use. If they entered place the outcome of'the Nafs Pretty for six and only ToMo. the game with the Army more im-1 portant than the rest of the entire j the contest is sure to develop j into a spectacle worth going far to j see. As a result of the contest one team will be eliminated from thej rhamm'oiiFhip class unless the score i a tie. I As a result of defeat at the r-.incls of M'liiKFOta un Wisconsin stand out as the tR3ne AH they need. Gus is a need for two. the olhcr four brooms j operator. couple more fast two or three three more good pitch- ers and two reliable catchers. According to Gus the Water street hunters were as numer- ous PS raVib'te in the country Wed- O-us got through without hitting cither. any-ar.gle The Youne Safety Rar.or in- 12 uf these ior blacies can be. bought at 75 'cents ad.izen. Thepriceot Vith 12 an J handle for in neat is only the pace of any other high-grade safety razor. 39 Days Free Trial Set this razor frocs your or froia us il 4rour denier does not carry it. Try is for 30 If you do net find It the best razor you fver return it and your money will be refunded. j YOUNG SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY 1715 GerrodDtawn A 'in th h's wi'h ilif preference week the ion will ho decided. i tbe Annex's een- jtlra'anly contributor to the were seized and put in baggage 'at amoral sunprintond- Aji'M't Goo. t'no rninn at K. division lef' Thiiu-duv morninc. i c understand i as be all this fiis-- about lears in the water works wjirn is so much joy itni j ire boc'-ei for tr.j- oTing vrili journey to Ann tackle vrhile Cornc'l will endeavor to lower the co'ors of on the latter's field. As nore of the four teams has j any real claim to the outcome of the games will hardly help in settling the question as to wlTether eastern or western reams are playing the better game. ASFKFIBAI11 nuLliL I UnLL i A special election will be held in the seventh congressional district of Kan- sas on January fi to choose a success- or to the late Representative E. H. Madisou. Fourteen candidates are trying for the Sandusky City basketball which is to play its first gams with the business college bunch Thanks- giving day. Manager is endeavoring to arrange a number of .local and out of town games. His men are practicing and expert to Im in good shape for the contest. Conditions have changed in football and thtoms havu undoi'gune a grtat recoa.iiruction. The time is when the final gage of battle is more likely to take p.ace at the line 'than it is at the 25-yard line. In the old days which made history prior to the rules after battle was fought by the forces of the varsities between the 10-yard line and the goal. More than once a team carrisd the ball to the five-yard only to lose it on downs by a resistance which endowed with strength that was su- perhuman. Thr li'-yard line an-1 the fi HUP ptruggles have ainiost dini- iiiated. Il is only rarely that the at- tacking team is within five yards of a touchdown for a scrimmage. If it does happen to be that close the probability is that a fumble was more ri'-ponsibk- than actual carrying of ball. 1'nc'i.M- the where it pays to kick and to have _a good the real fight of football takes place in what might be called the danger which lies befs'seu the- lines. If a team after some effort carry the ball to the J-io-yard line the i 25-yard lire or 20-yard an i the i players are growing o 'he downs v.ost iti is Incoming imperative the nrw same that the man who can Josef Hie giant Bohemian York Frank Gotch for six f'.ct two iu pounds. He li.is a .'t mcasurcnK'nt of inrlips. niafrhi-rT .Tpris Pederson. Ivan Paul f-'amson. prominent wrestlers now in this country. has arrived at championsdiip is heig'nt. and '.vt-ich may ttirV-.- th- iNEWSPAPERl lEWSFA.PE.8.1   

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