TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1929
RIVALS AWAIT ANUA
BATTLE ON GRIDIRON
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Years of Football
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(Special To The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., July 23.-
The greatest of Hoosierdom's grid-
iron battles will be enacted again
for the 31st time when the Purdue
eleven comes to Indiana University,
for the last game of the 1929 foot-
ball season Nov. 23. This year's
game, which will be played in In-
diana's Memorial stadium, is ex-!
pected to attract the greatest crowdI
ever assembled in the Crimson
team's athletic arena.
Purdue and Indiana rivalry is as
old as football. No two teams in
the Big Ten conference have been
rivals for so long a period as have
Indiana and Purdue. In 1891 the
rivalry in football started. Since
then athletic teams in every sport
at the two state institutions have
been friendly enemies.
Most every sports writer is picking Jickie Fields to win the world's
welterweight title when Jackie meets the current occupant of the
throne, Joe Dundee, in a 15-round melee at Detroit, Thursday, July
25. This is Fields' latest picture.
street. Long, formal gloves are valued as heirloom. Reward.
made of gold, or silver, or matcihg Phone 21566. WANTED-Responsible man for af-
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worn in Paris. The wrinkled 12 or. LOST--A brown notebook with im- Theater.
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with a tailored sleeve, is frequently ward. Call 4918.Oe
wrinledove th sleve an won5-FUR SALE'-Late Mooel T Ford
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An additional pair of Californi-
ans have found their way into the
championship ranks. Keith Gled-
hill and Ellsworth Vines are the
During Purdue and Indiana's latest crowned titleholders which
football history, 31 games have that western state can claim. Gled-
been played between the two hill in addition to winning the Wes-
schools over a period of 38 years. tern singles crown in the all-Cali-
The Boilermakers are on top in fornian final round with Vines
the number of games won out of paired with the latter to win the
this number. They have won 17, prized doubles competition.
while Indiana has won 10. Four!
games have been tie contests. The play of Gledhill certain-
Not since 1923 has Indiana won ly assures him of a position in
over Purdue. The scores of these the envied "first 10" of Ameri-
contests, however, indicate that can tennisdom. When the rank-
none of the games were easily won. ings are announced by the L.
Purdue scored the first touchdown T. A. it will not be surprising
in 12 years against Indiana on the to see Vines also well up in the
Crimson's own field for the first list. The performances of this
time in 1927. Iindiar, seen=s to pair along with that of Emmet
have more luck on their own grid- Pare of Chicago have been the
irn If this precedent should hold highlights of court play in this
true, the I. U. team will have luck!j country with the majority of
behind them when they meet their the "big ten" abroad.
rivals on Memorial stadium field th"bgenarod
next fall. The decisive beating which Amer-
Symbolic of the two Hoosier ica's Davis Cup team handed Ger-,
schools' traditional rivalry is the many's contingent was not unex-
Old Oaken Bucket, which has been pected. Though the Germans had
given to the winning team in each flashed unexpected form in gaining
game since 1925. The winning team a surprise victory over the Brit-
each year is allowed to put an "I" ish forces in the European final
or a "P" link to the ever growing challenge round at no time. were
chain of such links attached to the they considered on a par with the
handle of the bucket. At present best this country had to offer.
there are four "P" links and one "I"
link. The 0-0 contest in 1925 re- German supporters had hopes
sulted in each school placing a link that Prenn might catch the
on the bucket. The moss covered staunch American veteran,
relic was obtained from the old Hunter, on one of his off days,
Bruner farm between Kent and in their singles matches. Out-
Hanover, Ind. The Bruner family side of this faint glimmer af
settled there in 1840, hope the German's only pray-
er was for a distinct upset.
curate placement is the strong-
est point of Hunter's attack. I
These yeomen of Cornelius Mc-
Gillicuddy have shown Detroit fan-<
dom ample reason why' they are
leading the pack in the chase for
the American league bunting. Four;
games in four for the Mackian clan
has further extended the lead of
the Quaker outfit and incidentally
sent the Tiges further down into
the second division.
All through the series it hasj
been evident that the strength
of the Athletics lies not in team
balance but in individual
strength. Cochrane, Simmons,i
Fox, and Miller, are the big C
guns offensively just as Grove,r
Quinn, and Earnshaw look the t
best of the hurling corps.
The Pirates boast a well balanced
outit an their strength depends
ar-Aey on team play while the Cubs
is most noticeably a team of in-
Wilson, Hornsby, and Malone,
all stars of the first magnitude,
have never proven themselves
particularly soothing to their
managerial overlords. Wilson
Las been the most trouble-
some this year, continually get-
thng into difficulties which
keep Manager McCarthy on the
The proud colors of the St. Louis
Cardinals are not seeing prosper-
ous days of late. A month ago the
mound city entry was holding her
place at the peak against the on-
slaughts of Chicago's Cubsawith
considerable dexterity, while at the
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In the older circuit the two top present time the Cards some 15
teams, Pittsburgh and Chicago, games out of first place and vir-
show a wide variation in personnel. tually out of the race.
East and S. University
to and Packard Sts.
Men's and Young Men
Corsairs Gain Wider
Margin Over Chicago
The Pittsburgh Pirates added a
half game more to their slender
lead over the Chicago Cubs in the
National League pennant race by
drubbing Brooklyn 13-3. The Cor-
sair batsmen shelled the Robin
hurlers for 16 hits and these com-
bined with four misplays afield on
the part of the Brooklyn.
Brame was the winning pitcher
scored a single run in each of the,
while the loss was attributed to
Moore. The Pirates scored 7 runs
in the fourth, 2 in the first, second,
The play of Hunter was perhaps
the most encouraging feature of
the American play. The stocky New
Rochelle veteran has had more ups
and downs than any other rank-
ing player in American tennis. It
is well known in international court
.circles that as Hunter's backhand
goes, so goes his game.
This department of the New
Yorker's game is noticeably un-
stable, varying from brilliance
in his most spectacular play to
mediocrity in his off perform- s
ances. The remainder of his
game is unusually well rounded.
A terrific forehand with excel-
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