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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - October 8, 1923, Ames, Iowa Pao Pott the Ames daily Tribune and evening times monday october 8, 1923 Minnesota noses out cyclones in hard fight 20-17 Ames playing puzzles gophers thru out game. Scene from a bringing up father playing desperately to Avert defeat in its first game. Minnesota won Over Ames by a 20-17 score on Northrop Field saturday afternoon. With the Breaks of the game against them and outweighed from in to 20 pounds to the Man the cyclones displayed a fighting spirit Winch time after time threatened to Rob the Minnesota team of its advantage in score. Using an Aerial attack headed by the Behm Brothers and Roberts the Ames team made Good play after play for gains averaging from 6 to 30 Yards. The Behm Brothers proved to be shifty runners and the minnesotans had great difficulty in stopping them after they got under Way. A touchdown coming As a result of nervousness and a Fluke gave the gophers the advantage and ultimately the game. With the Ball in Possession of Ames for the first time the cyclones were unable to gain and Roberts dropped Back to punt. Longstreet passed Over his head and Macdonald recovered for Minnesota on Ames 4-Yard line. Before tied. From there two smashes by Minnesota backs gave them their first score. Ames made its first touchdown in the second period indirectly As a result of 30-Yard pass from Roberts to j. Behm in Minnesota a territory. Joe Anderson plunged the necessary five Yards in two attempts and Roberts kicked goal timing the score. The half ended with the score tied 7 to 7. At the Start of the second half opt. Earl Martineau who had been Beld out of the game on account of an injured right hand was put in at halfback. His presence inspired the Minnesota men and they played a different Brand of football during the first half of the third period. An Ames pass effected by Gross into Ecklund a hands on the Cyclone 15-Yard line gave Minnesota another touchdown Abramson kicked goal giving the gophers a 7 Point Lead. Toward the end of the third period the cyclones had the Ball on their opponents 25-Yard line and being unable to make gains electrified the crowd with a place kick by Roberts. Both teams fought bitterly during the fourth period. With their heavy Backfield of Lidberg Graham and Holmberg carrying the pigskin they plunged thru the Ames line to within 20 Yards of a score. Lin tiber on an off tackle play put the Hall Over for Minnesota a third score. Abramson failed to kick goal. Hail to Varda. With the Ball in Minnesota a Possession on the Ames 34-Yard line j. Behm intercepted a pass from Graham to Merrill and raced 70 Yards thru a broken Field for a touchdown. Roberts succeeded in making Good the try for goal. The score stood 20 to 17, with Only a few minutes to play and both teams waged a desperate Battle for another score. The Ames players were fast both on the offence and defense and tackled cleanly while their oppo rents showed a Lack of polish in charging blocking and tackling. Carl Lidberg played the Star role tor the gophers with the line Strong from tackle to tackle. Roberts made Good 9 out of 17 passes for a total of 109 Yards and five of the nine first Downs made by the cyclones. Ames made Only 8 4 Yards on line plays to the gophers 222 Yards. J. Behm was the outstanding Star of the game. In the words of George Barton of the Minneapolis sunday Triune a the Fleet footed Young Man gave one of the finest exhibitions of All around playing that has been seen in the history of the Minnesota Gridiron since that memorable afternoon when Aubrey Devine ran wild against the gophers two years ago. This member of the Behm family can do everything a High class football player is supposed to do and do it Well. His brother Norton also played Bril nastily on the offence and defense. They make a splendid pair of run Bing Trice injured. Anderson at full Back and Robertson at Quarter showed up Well. In the Ames line Minneapolis sport in Ribes declared that a Young Snyder Watts Aud Thornberg proved veritable Stone Walls when the phew tried to gain thru Jack Trice coloured tackle for affixes was forced out of the game in the third period with internal injuries and it will probably be four weeks before he will be in condition to scrimmage again. Snyder playing his first game of the year at end was relieved by Nave at the Start of the a cond half because he was physically exhausted. Lineup and summary Minnesota 20 pos Ames 17 Eklund. L e. Young capt Gross, Waist Abramson , Schmidt Cooper. Gay. R o. Thornburg Macdonald. . Trice sch jell. Grose. . Roberts Lidberg,., lab n. Helim Graham Rob. A sch in b s an Beck Banderson score by periods Minnesota. 7 0 7 6�?20 Ames. 0 7 to 7-�?17 Minnesota is Oring touchdowns Lidberg 2uund goals after yanks stronger than giants in pitching staff Thi i but on of the remarkable a my to be shout in Tho stage production of a bringing up father Quot at the Princess theater tonight. Ames outlays Nevada i amp a by score of 14-3 National league i new York 95 58 .621 j w. L. Pct. Ames High football team in their showing saturday made fully a too per cent improvement on their work shown in the West High game according to comparison of the two games. Ames Lin a showed stronger this time but their Backfield was a bit weak causing them to play a better defensive than offensive game stopping Nevada on end runs and line smashes making a few gains in the Center of the line. Nevada on the other hand made a few gains around Ames left end but did not Complete any of their Forward passes. Ames completed three out of eight passes two of the passes netting 30 Yards Aud a touchdown. Ames out kicked Nevada and in this Allen made himself known. Nevada Lias one Backfield Man right halfback who hit the line for gains but not consistently. In penalties Nevada was penalized 15 Yards for interference with the receiving of a Forward pass and Ames was penalized 25 Yards for off Side play Ames players made two to one first Downs on Nevada. Jameson making the first touchdown in the first Quarter and Martin kicked goal and Hawley went Over for a a cond touchdown Oil receipt of a Forward pass in the second Quarter. Nevada scored in the third and held for Downs on the fourth Down Nevada kicked a Dropkick virtually ending their scoring for the Day. All of the Ames men played steady football none of them starring. Of Nevada steam their right halfback quarterback and right tackle Are outstanding players. Nevada men Are quite a bit heavier than the Ames eleven. Ames showed up better in the first half while Nevada blossomed in the second half both teams came out in splendid shape. Official lineup of the game 1 j. Carberry. A e. I e j. Hawley la Jameson a t a. Freschet Graves a. Martin c. Allen . Flickinger o. Roei t. Substitutions Porter for Ruggles Cory for Hawley and Thurber for Fra ache. Length of quarters 12v4 minutes. Officials William Allison i. S. Referee r h. Jeanson i. S. Umpire and n. J. Anderson University of Nebraska head Linesman. About 600 persons attended the game at state Field. The boys arc now preparing to play Marshalltown next saturday oct. 13. Cincinnati 92 is Pittsburgh 87 68 Chicago 83 71 St. Louis .79 74 Brooklyn .76 78 Boston.54 too Philadelphia .50 104 .594 .561 .539 .516 .494 a 51 k of yesterday s results Brooklyn 6. New York i. Pittsburgh 7-1, Cincinnati 5-3. Chicago 10-3, St. Louis 3-6. No others scheduled. Season games today closed. American league w. L. Pct. New York. 54 .645 Detroit. .83 71 .539 Detroit. .83 71 .539 i Cleveland. S2 71 .536 Washington. 78 .490 St. Louis. 78 .487 Philadelphia 69 83 .454 Chicago. 69 85 .488 Boston. 61 97 .401 yesterdays results Philadelphia 9, new York 7. Detroit 7, St. Louis 2. Cleveland 9. Chicago 0. Washington 5. Boston 2. Games today season closed. It it. Major batting averages american league player and club g. A. R. H. Pct. Heilmann Detroit. 114 525 120 211.402 Ruth. New York. 152 520 151 205 .394 speaker Cleveland 150 573 132 218 .380 Collins Chicago 145 404 89 182.360 Williams St. L. 147 555 106 197.355 National league Hornsby St. A. 107 427 89 163.385 wheat Brooklyn., 9s 349 63 131 .375 Bottom Ley St. L. 134 523 79 194.371 Fournier brooklynl33 515 97 181 .351 Rousch Cincinnati 138 517 87 185 .350 yesterday s Home runs babe Ruth and by Williams tied for the season with 41 homers each american league Here is what two coaches say about saturdays game coach Spaulding the game showed that there is plenty of hard work Iii store for Minnesota in preparation for the Haskell indians. Their play demonstrated that they Are Stilly Par from being a machine and despite the experience of Many of the linemen of last St Ason. The absence of the grasp of fundament in tickling and blocking was pronounced. We Are satisfied to come thru victorious oven Tho by a Small margin. The men from Ames played a whale of a fighting game and deserve a world of credit. Coach Sam wills Man if we had been Lucky enough to gel our share of the Many Breaks there might have Bei n a different Story to Tell altho Minnesota played a typical opening game and lacked tin polish which it will undoubtedly acquire before Long. As it was the gophers displayed enough to convince me that the team will develop into a powerful eleven and should make trouble for every opponent it meets. The game was just As much a practice tussle for us As for Minnesota and the Ames team came Down not especially primed for Battle Content to make a satisfactory showing. I believe the boys More than attained their goal and i Arn exceedingly proud of them. Considering the fact that nine of the regulars Are new men and playing their first year of football for Ames their display of fight and football knowledge was excellent. Sam Jones one of Best twirlers in major leagues. Betting is started Ruth comments on tie new York oct. 8.�?a Quarter of a million dollars will be in the hands of betting commissioners when the worlds series opens wednesday it was estimated today. Betting commissioners in Wall Street said today already More than $100,006 had been wagered on the Yankees and giants. Most of it has gone Down with Yankees favourites at 7 to 5, la to to and at even Money. $ the Long Days Are no happier than the Short ones. By International news. New York oct. 8.�?"well, i Wasny to beaten any Way a said babe Ruth american league Home run Champion commenting today on his tie wit i by Williams of the National league for major league honors. Babe smacked out his 41st Homer in the last game of the season. Williams got his 41st some Days ago. Ltd. Calumet Pound can 28c. Shipley Pedersen . 84 important Bill will face special session Iowa a big tackle Hurt May be out for month belief International news. Iowa City get. Krasuski giant tackle of the Iowa University eleven was on crutches today and will probably be out of the Hawkeye lineup for four weeks the result of breaking a Small Bone in the Knox game saturday. Johnstone a substitute May take Krasuski a place in the line or a shift May put Fleckenstein at tackle and Mcintyre at guard. Raid business House Liy International news. Deb links get 8 burglars raided a business House and a number of residences sunday according to reports today to the police. Wearing apparel valued at $1200 was the chief loot of the thieves. On it suspect was under arrest today. A no. To i Ruth new York. I 41 Miller Philadelphia. I 12 Mamish Detroit. I 4 Hendrick new York. I 3 Knopf Cleveland i 9 National league Miller Chicago. I 20 Elliott Chicago. I it continued from Page one no Chance for passage a Gallagher said. Quot the welfare measure was tried once and died in the senatorial ditch. A this special session was called for the purpose of code revision with the new taxing measure thrown in. Quot i am not in favor of the introduction of other measures. In fact we Are now so mercilessly Ridden by the be it enacted Law Rockies that we have hut Little time for the observation of the hundreds of Laws that Are lying in rows like embalmed corpses in the legislative morgue. A a Long suffering innocent and defenceless people should not be further burdened by a grist of new Laws passed at this extra total s-440. Nationals 536 americans pilots team again new York oct. 8.�?Miller Huggins manager of the Yankees will idiot the team again next year and As Long after that As he cares to stay a colonel Jacob rapport owner announced today Huggins has won three pennants in a Row for the Yankees by International news. Burt la., oct. . W. Patterson representative from the 85th District announced today that he tended to introduce a Bill at the special session of the Iowa legislature providing for a graduated tax on the net incomes of both individuals and corporations. Representative Patterson expects to Issue soon a statement giving his reasons for urging this change in the Iowa fiscal system. A work on zr-3 retarded by Henry l. Farrell United press sports editor new York oct. 8.�?giving the new York giants the full advantage of the doubt it might be assumed that on the offence and defense of the infield and the Outfield the National league champions have at least a Small margin of superiority Over the Yankee american league Pennant winners. Beyond All doubt however insofar As season records May be expected to hold Good during the worlds series the pitchers of the Yankees Are a vastly Superior to those of the giants. How much More and better pitchers will lie a Factor in deciding the baseball championship of the world Only the series itself will be Able to prove. Last year the same vaunted strength of the Yankees in the Box did not deliver a championship and the giants playing real baseball behind comparatively poor pitchers won the series. In Sam Jones Waite Hoyt Herb Pennock. Jolt Bush and Bob sea Kef the Yankees hate perhaps the most formidable staff of pitchers that a baseball club has Ever possessed there May have been better pitchers on other teams in the past and there May be better pitchers now in the major leagues but there never have been More better pitchers on any club. Against the giants staff consisting of Jack Scott Art Nehf mule Watson. Rosy Ryan and Jack Bently suffers by comparison. At his Best. Each one of the giant pitchers would be a match for one of the Yankee hurlers but the weakness of the Mcgraw staff consists of its Lack of consistency. Unexpected form Mcgraw can never b certain when he makes a selection that he will not have to make a substitution in the Box before the end of an inning. The erratic form shown by the giant pitchers thru two seasons has led a Wise cracks to be made recently that Jones would pitch the opening game of the series for the Yankees and that Scott Nehf. Ryan and Jon Nard would pitch for the giants. Coming into the series last fall National league supporters looked with distress upon the w eak pitching staff of the giants and considered As most ominous the apparent superiority of the american league champions in the Box. It was predicted that All the yanks we Ould Hare to do would be of toss the Glove of one of their Star pitchers in the Box and the giants would be beaten. No such a thing happened. The pitchers of both teams pulled unexpected form. The giant pitchers went like champions and the Star Yankee hurlers were Complete busts. The Sam pre series conditions exist this year and is is impossible to predict that the same form will not be followed that so completely turned Over All calculations last fall. Pennock goes Good if anything the Yankee pitching staff is stronger this year and has More variation. Sam Jones who was of Little value last season was one of the Best pitchers in the major leagues this year. He has Lieen so skilfully handled that he maintained his f it pm thru the entire season and was most effective at the end of the schedule. There will be i hop Public dance every tuesday night at k. C. Hall Boone Iowa Shallenberge the regular and relish j Chicago specialist who has visited Here since 1901 treats chronic nervous and special of Hen and women scientifically also diseases of the Eye ear Rose Throat Lune. Heart. Blood skin. Near on debility nerves liver stomach it mines kidneys and bladder. Consumption in an Early St.-.7c. Catarrh singing in ear and deafness Parsly sit neuralgia felony Bick , Eric in a. Scr Fula appendicitis gravel Rhc Matisa of joints sad Muscles. Piles fistula fissure and other racial disease treated without knife. Surgical Casas and rupture Given special attention. Over a of my patents come from recommend Talent of the t have up or. R. Wilbert Shallenberge is amp Ames hotel Sheldon Munn Friday Forenoon october Lith. Nevada hotel Nevada. Friday afternoon october 19th. Boone hotel Holtz saturday october 20th. Visit 285th. Golden Rod 6 for 25c. Shipley Ped Erat n . 81 expected hostilities quieted in Portland Sisters arrested by International news. Nick oct. 8.�? mrs. Hilda Pickard and mins Augustine Yip it who said go a they were sifters residing at la Mars i la. Wire arrested Here today charged with shoplifting. From the circumstances the police believe both Are kleptomaniac. Touchdown Abramson 2. Ames scoring touchdown an Derson j. Behm goals after touchdown Roberts 2 Field goal placement Roberts. Substitutions a Minnesota third period Merrill for Schjoll Marti Neau for Graham Graham for Grose fourth period Holmberg for Swan bet k. Ames third period Nave for Snyder Gaiter for Trice Hill for Anderson George for n. Behm Larson for Schmidt t Ody for Nave Mayer for Watts Vav. Anderson for Otter. Referee Frank Birch Earlham. Umpire a. Haines Yale. Head lineman a. H. Nichols Oberlin. Field judge la h. Corey Nebraska. Time of periods�?15 minutes. /0 a Star naphtha 6 for 25c. Shipley Ped Ersen , by continued from Page one feel Duncan should be allowed to vote since he is said to be an employer of labor. Although Dunne spoke in a casual matter of fact tone he took the Opportunity in his address to Flay officers of the american federation of labor and what he termed the a capitalistic referring to literature alleged to have been taken in the Michigan a red raid at St. Joseph a few months ago he said that a so much interest had been aroused by its publication that the president of the american Fedora tion of labor and the capitalistic press had engaged in an offensive that would destroy an entire red Dunne charged that officials of the american federation were flaying j Cadi als to Curry favor with Large pm players of labor. He said the attitude of the delegates to the present convention would be far different on the matter of soviet recognition amalgamation and the third party if workers attended the meeting. A instead of workers attending the convention we find Only men who re present workers a Dunne said a and the whole plan of the Conven tion seems to be to throttle discussions of anti administration resolutions on the floor. The administration has mobilized the press and done endless Ca Cusing All bees use j a few a reds have dared to speak a Dunne said he warn one of the de-1 fondant in the Michigan red raid and w As out on $10,000 bail. He i added that he did not have the Dis unction of being the a Only a. F. Of l. Delegate out on Berlin. Oct. 8.�?the dirigible zr-3 being built by the zeppelins at Fred Eric shaven for the United states Navy will not be Able to Start on its trans Atlantic flight for Home until Spring commander Halsey naval attache of the american embassy announced today. Work has been retarded to such an extent that trial flights cannot be made for about five months. Duroc we have two Mort i a Ltd sows due to Farrow at once. Misfit on share under Good care also Aprl Nic to irs for sole. J. L. Harper amp son Ames hooping cough no a a cure a but helps to reduce paroxysms of coughing. Owr with no reputation at stake a Man can offer an inferior Coal at a lower Price than we must ask for the grades of Coal we handle. We cannot afford to meet such Competition with poor Coal a our reputation in the Community built up in the twelve years we have been in business would suffer too greatly. We Are meeting such Competition with Good Coal fairly priced with service that our investment alone makes possible with Square dealing to All who patronize us. And remember sometimes a Low priced Coal is the highest Cost Coal you can buy. Gilchrist Coal and feed company Kellogg ave. Phones 232 and 233 revive your wardrobe if you could see How or. And mrs. Fall clothe looked when we picked them up the other Day you would scarcely recognize them. Hut since undergoing our treatment suits and dresses have become Bright and clean and have assumed a pleasant fresh Ness which adds greatly to your appearance. Rejuvenate your wardrobe by calling 231. Ames Pant orium phone 231 208 main St. Flannelette gowns in attractive styles women no longer feel it necessary to Wear i this bilk nightgowns even when the thermometer drops to the Zero Point. The new flan Nelette nightgowns Are made very attractive and women Are delighted to Wear them. Flannelette is always soft Anil warm. They come in Lovely patterns Small Cheeks Dainty stripes and Flower designs. The colors Are irresistible Rose Blue and Orchid. Some Are trimmed with bands of White Flannelette others Are Feather stitched. Two piece pyjamas Are snug Ami warm for Winter. Very prettily trimmed with Satin ribbon. $2.98. Flannelette Nightgown with Long sleeves a trim and Good looking. Extra length to make it cozy and warm. $1.75. The Tilden store
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