extent many times in his team's contests to make yardage when necessary. In one of the most important games, that against Lawrence, Kuich was in every play that was attempted and when yardage for a first down was necessary he could be invariably depended upon to secure it. In the Badger games this year it is Dilweg and Kuich and the husky former Kewaunee high school star is coming through with laurels in every game. As the only Kewaunee boy who has ever entered professional football, Kuich will attract a crowd of several hundred fans from this locality to the Bay next Sunday and they will be pulling for him ever minute of the time. It's going to be a great game and there'll be plenty of noise and moral support for the Badgers from this delegation, which will include all of the members of the local high school grid squad, who will be guests of the Packer management on this occasion.
TRIO OF CHICAGOANS HANDLE PACKER-MILWAUKEE MIX
OCT 15 (Green Bay Press-Gazette) - President Joe Carr of the NFL has appointed three Chicagoans to handle Sunday's state championship game which will be played here at the City stadium between the Packer and Milwaukee Badgers. George Lawrie will referee; G.A. Brown is the umpire and R.G. St. John will hold the head linesman's job. Lawrie worked one of the games here last year but it will be the first appearance of Brown and St. John on a Green Bay gridiron...WANT TO SEE DILWEG: The football fans here are eager to catch a glimpse of the mighty Dilweg in action. This all-American product from Marquette came mighty near being a Packer, but at the last minute, decided to stick with his hometown team. Dilweg has been playing "wonder" ball for the Badgers this season. Clarke Fischer will probably get a chance to display his gridiron wares before the home folks. He is one of the Milwaukee halfbacks. Fischer played some football here when a youngster before entering Marquette high. After completing his prep school course, he entered the university and saw some varsity service. Last season he starred with Catholic "U" in
Washington D.C. According to reports from Milwaukee, Orwoll, the crack slabster, who helped keep the Brewers in the A.A. pennant chase, will be in the Milwaukee backfield. If he can toss a football the way he bends a baseball, he should be a dangerous man in the air attack.
ORWOLL TO START
OCT 15 (Milwaukee) - Orwoll, well know Brewer hurler, is slated to start in a halfback position for the Badgers when they face Green Bay on Sunday. The baseball slabster has finally found his football legs and
during the past week has been showing a lot of class in practice. Orwoll is a left hander passer and Captain
Johnny Bruan has been making good use of him in a running attack. Orwoll played four years of varsity football at Luther college and was rated as one of the best backs in the midwest...STAY AT NORTHLAND: The Badgers scrimmaged against the Milwaukee Normal on Thursday and the Teachers had enough after about a half hour mix up. Light signal drill is the schedule for Friday. The team and its followers will motor to Green Bay on Saturday. The squad leaves here tomorrow afternoon about 4 o'clock. The Badgers will headquarter at the Northland hotel at the Bay. "If the Packers beat us they will know they have been through a football game." This was Johnny Bryan's reply after being asked what was going to happen on Sunday. "I know the Packers have a great club but we haven't been going so bad this fall. It is going to be a real ball game and I think we have an even chance to take the Big Bay Blues into camp."
PRO FOOTBALL GOSSIP
OCT 15 (Green Bay Press-Gazette) - The Chicago Cards retained their lead in the pro league wheel last Sunday by journeying to Green Bay and throwing the Packers for a 13 to 7 loss. It was the first time in three years that the Bays got bumped on their home lot...Sprinkling passes all over the field, Ernie Nevers and his Eskimos from Duluth had little trouble in swamping Doc Young's Hammond club, 26 to 0. The Polar Bears' air offense paved the way for most of the scoreboard counts...The Hartford Blues are finding the sledding in Joe Carr's grid loop sort of tough going. The Easterners have drawn some of the best clubs in the race as early season opponents and, as a result, have dropped four games in a row...Hitting on all eleven, the Philadelphia Yellowjackets buried the Buffalo outfit by the one-sided score of 30 to 0 in Quakertown last Saturday. Chamberlain & Co. looked like champions when in possession of the oval...Three games booked over last weekend fell by the wayside. Philadelphia's game in Buffalo and the Columbus at Hartford fray were rained out while Louisville cancelled the invasion of the Los Angeles eleven...The New York Giants got
bumped off 7 to 0 at the hands of the Chicago Bears. The Broadwayites were figured to twist the Bruins' tail
but the Halas-Sternaman combination came across with their best ball game of the season...After three straight upsets, the Detroit Panthers broke in the win column at the expense of the Kansas City Cowboys by the score of 10 to 0. On paper, Conzelman's crew looks just as cool as any of the spokes in the wheel...Pottsville continued on its victory sprees by smearing the Dayton Triangles, 24 to 0. The Ohioans were unable to make any progress against the Miners who appear to have a team equally as strong as the husky 1925 outfit...Brooklyn earned a place in the football world by handling Hartford a 6 to 0 reversal. The Dodgers, although a young club, show lots of fight and some of the critics pick them to win a lot of games in the next two months...Milwaukee got off on the right foot in the Badger state championship race by downing Racine, 13 to 2. The Tornadoes counted a safety early in the first stanza but the Brewers came back fast with a pair of touchdowns...Providence displayed a smooth working attack in its 19 to 0 victory over Columbus. The Buckeye state gridders put up a stubborn battle but the Steamrollers slashing attack always produced the necessary yardage...Canton and Akron fought it out to a 0 to 0 tie. These veteran aggregations both displayed a stonewall defense and ground gaining was reduced to a minimum on each side. The rivals resorted to punting quite frequently...Dinger Doane played a lead role in the Detroit win over Kansas City. The fullbacker scooped up a loose ball and a touchdown resulted. Doane has been in the game for years but he is still spry when hopping on foe fumbles...Jim Thorpe is chasing the cowhide again. The star of other days boobed up in moleskins with Canton and got in some real action against Akron. The aged Indian showed signs of fight and stood up under fire well as usual...Rube Ursella and Fritz Pollard, who have been in the game since before the forward pass days, are still holding their own as backfielders with the Akron pros. Pollard is just as fast as ever while Ursella isn't growing old...Wostoupal, a product of Nebraska, has solved the worries of Manager Andrews of the Kansas City club about his center position. The former Cornhusker is passing perfectly and his aggressive line play features for the Cowboys...McBride, former Syracuse fullback, carries about half of the offensive load for the New York Giants. In the Bear fray, Mac is responsible for a number of first downs besides making good use of his booting hoof...Ossie Orwoll, who gained considerable fame with the Milwaukee Brewers as a speed ball pitcher in the A.A. race, is being used as a halfback by Johnny Bryan's Badgers. Orwoll's main specialty is tossing forward passes...Jack Minton, who used to play center for the Staleys, is back in togs again. Minton is filling in for the Racine club at the snapper-back post while Kibbo Brumm recovered from injuries received in the Cardinal mixup...Chris O'Brien picked up a star tackle in Ellis of Detroit. The big lineman hasn't met his equal in any game this season. The way Ellis cavorts over the field reminds one of Pete Henry when he was at the peak of his game...Lidberg, a Minnesota star, has cinched his job with the Green Bay Packers. The big fullback has already crashed his way through both Cardinal and Bear lines for touchdowns besides being a wonder in backing up a forward wall..The weekend program calls for several sectional combats that will very likely shake up the percentage table considerably. The two Chicago elevens, Bears and Cards, both with a clean record, are to have it out Sunday...New York and Philadelphia are to mix up in a pair of games. Pottsville and Brooklyn are also to double up. Providence and Hartford, old rivals on the gridiron, will meet on the Blues' home lot.