every night. So much the better. The bigger they are the harder they fall and if the Packers play up to the form they showed against Chicago last Sunday, Beloit is going to be given a lesson in football tactics. The Beloit-Packer feud is known throughout the state and the eyes of the football fans will center on Green Bay Sunday. It will probably be the hardest fought game of the season. The teams have little love for each other and there will be something doing every minute from the first to last whistle. "Let's get Beloit!"
PACKERS TO BATTLE BELOIT ON SUNDAY
OCT 12 (Appleton Post-Crescent) - Green Bay Packers, who have been having easy picking so far this season, will run into stiff opposition next Sunday afternoon at Green Bay when they meet the Beloit Fairies. Beloit is an ancient rival of the Packers and last year, defeated the Green Bay squad in a gruelling fight. This year's game, by that token, is likely to be even more gruelling. Green Bay has gathered together one of the greatest aggregation of football stars that every played in Wisconsin. The team is made up almost entirely of college veterans and contains several men who are nationally famous on the gridiron. One of the mainstays is Howard "Cub" Buck, one of the best linemen Wisconsin has ever had.
TWO PRO FOOTBALL GAMES BOOKED FOR SUNDAY IN CHICAGO
OCT 12 (Chicago-Green Bay Press-Gazette) - A pair of professional football league games will be played here Sunday. The Decatur Staleys clash with the Rochester Kodaks at Cub park while the Chicago Cardinals and Rock Island Independents are scheduled for action at Normal park. Both the Cardinals and Rock Island have met defeat this season but the Staleys have their clean record. The Rochester team hasn't met a reversal in two years. The Green Bay Packers, champions of Wisconsin, and newcomers in the professional league, are dickering for a game with either the Staleys or Cardinals in Chicago. This Badger team, which includes Cub Buck and Tubby Howard in its lineup, is rated as a serious contender for gridiron honors.
PACKERS PLAYERS EAGERLY LOOKING FORWARD TO GAME WITH BELOIT HERE SUNDAY
OCT 13 (Green Bay Press-Gazette) - The "Lets' Get Beloit!" slogan has infected the Packer squad and when the whistle blows on Sunday at Hagemeister park for the game with the Fairies every Green Bay player will be "rarin' to go" and dead anxious to get a crack at the Fairbanks-Morse aggregation, who for three years have been Green Bay's worst enemies on the gridiron. This is the game of all games that the Packers want to win. With the exception of about five players all the other members of the squad remember what happened two years ago at Beloit and again last year. These reversals have got to be buried under and that is the hope of the Packer squad in Sunday's game...STAGE EXTRA WORKOUTS: No stones will be left unturned to have the team right on edge. The squad will practice tonight and again Friday evening. There will probably be a chalk talk Sunday morning. All of the big fellows are expected to be on hand for tonight's workout. With an even break in weather, the largest crowd of the season will be on hand Sunday to see the only team that has ever beaten the Packers in action against Captain Lambeau's squad. Requests for reservations have been heavier than at any previous games. Not along are the local gridiron fans warming up to the contest but out of towners as well...FIRST OF BIG GAMES: The Beloit game is the first of the Packers' big series of football contests at home. Following the Fairies comes the Minneapolis Marines on October 23 and on October 30 the Rock Island Independents are billed for action here. On these three games rests the Packers' chances for the professional football championship of the country. Let's Get Beloit, first.
FAIRIES LEAVE SATURDAY MORNING FOR GREEN BAY; BELOIT TEAM IS ON EDGE
OCTOBER 14 (Beloit-Green Bay Press-Gazette) - Headed by Manager Dennis McCarthy, the Beloit Fairies football squad will leave here Saturday morning for Green Bay, where on Sunday the Fairbanks-Morse eleven gives battle to the Packers in a game for the professional football championship of Wisconsin. The Beloit team is in shape and confident of taking a fall out of the chesty Green Bay team. However, the fans here are not quite as hopeful and they are demanding the short end of betting odds. Quite a bit of Packer money has been placed here but very little of it was gobbled up. The Fairies think Stuvengen and Zeibell, their giant tackles, will give Buck and Murray, the Green Bay pair, all they are looking for, and the Beloit crew has a hunch that Jack Dalton, who played with the Packers last year, will more than hold his own with far famed Lambeau when it comes to throwing forward passes. During their stay in Green Bay, the Fairies will be quartered at the Beaumont hotel. A big delegation of fans who are going to Green Bay for the game will leave here late Saturday. Many automobile parties are expected to drive to the Bay for the game...PLENTY OF PEP: It might have been the snap in the air or the thoughts of the approaching Beloit game, but, anyway, the Packers squad just bubbled over with pep in their practice Thursday evening at Hagemeister park. Murray, Buck and Howard were on hand as well as all the other stars and the team went through their best workout of the season. Singles were run off with a snap and every man was right on his toes. After the drill was over, Coach Hoeffel said, "Well, there is one thing sure, those Fairies are going to have their hands full Sunday afternoon and I think we are going to win." And in the meantime tickets are selling like hot cakes. Many of the choice reserved seats have already been sold. All roads will lead to Hagemeister park Sunday afternoon. Let's get Beloit!