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V ') * THE ■*»»aj* syiHERST NEWS-TIMES. VOL. II. NO. f ISSUED THURSDAY AMHERST, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1921. >JSubscription Price, $2.00 per Yesr -r n/8u' 'Sandstone Center of ths World" HI FOOTBALL TEAM WINS FROM LAGRANGE VISITORS OUTWEIGHED THE LOCAL TEAM BUT WERE OUTPLAYED BY GOOD TEAM WORK AND SPEED The 'Amherst high school football team catne in on the lone end of a 26-0 score when they defeated LaGrange In the opening tilt of the season, on their new field on Saturday afternoon. Amherst with only tour of last year's men on the line-up were »ble to baffle their opponents in all stages of the game. LaGrange came to Amherst with a heavy team, expecting to trounce the local boys by a large score. Several old grid stars who were st the game stated thut LaGrange outweighed the locals by over ten pounds to the man, which gave them greater chances for a victory. It appeared that their excess weight was Invaluable as Amherst's backfleld was* able to penetrate their line without any difficulty. End runs and forward passes were also special features of the game. Amherst made gains of 10 and 16 yards around LaGrange's ends, which netted three touchdowns tor Amherst. Taking Into consideration that Amherst practically lost their whole line last year, this year's new men played a fast and snappy fame of hall, qut- playing their opponents In all plays. Coon, playing center for Amherst, was in every play, making holes for Amherst's backfleld with ease. When on the offensive, he broke up nearly all ot LaGrange's line plunges. The Wilford brothers on ends, played an excellent game, breaking up end runs with unusual ability. Leimbach, Abersold and Hahn at tackles played a great defensive game, in that they were able to get their opponents out of reach on all of Amherst's line plunges. Amherst's backfleH Is the same as last year with the exception of Hearn, who graduated last year. T. Neumeis- terf who is taking his place this year, played the game as If he were an old veteran at the game, making large gains through the line and also around the ends. The game opened with Amherst kicking to LaGrange. LaGrange was unable to penetrate Amherst's line and lost the ball after four downs. Amherst took possession of the ball and made great headway. They were, however, obliged to punt after eight downs which gave LaGrange the ball again. They failed to make any headway and punted to Amherst on the thirty-yard line. Amherst received the punt and took it to the fifty-yard line and with ten more plays, L. Neumelster took the ball across the line for the first touch-down. T. Neumelster kicked goal, making the score 7-0. The second quarter was very much the same as the first, Monger making the second touch-down on a line plunge. T. Neumelster failed to kick goal. L. NeUmelster scored again in the third quarter on an end run and T. Neumelster kicked goal, making the score 20-0 in Amherst's favor. LaGrange put in two new men in the last quarter but was of little use as L. Neumelster took the ball across again for Amherst's fourth and last touch-down. A large crowd attended the game and prospects for a successful sessop are goo<Ly**An effort is being made to Improve the high school's new field at the end of Harris street by filling In the furrows which will make the field the best that Amherst has ever had. W. C. T. U. CONVENTION AT OBERLIN OCTOBER 6 The county convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will be held tn Oberlln on Wednesday, Oct. fi. A special program has been arranged for which will be o'f Interest lo all delegates. Tb re will be both morning and afternoon sessions with good speakers on the program for each. Many of-the local members are planning to attend this convention. CHAPEL FRIDAY DRIVE FOR BUGLE SUBSCRIPTION WA3 REPORTED AT THIS ., f CHAPEL--TOTAL 18 219 The second chapel exercises of the local high school were held In the town hall lust Friduy afternoon at which time the entire high school and the Junior high were present. The chapel was conducted by the Bugle staff, in an effort to boost the sale of Bugle subscriptions. The editor had secured a speaker for that date but business made It impossible for him to come. Coach Durling substituted for tho speuker uud gave an Interesting talk on football. He explained the game from start to finish and practically convinced everyone present that they understood the game and would be ut .the Held Saturday for the opening game with LaGrange. Immediately after the speech by Mr. Drilling, Wm. Bodmann, business man- uger of the Bugle, received the reports from the classes as to the number of subscriptions they had received. The total number reported amounted to 219, the seniors winning the c'-itest by obtaining 70 of tho 219 subscriptions. The number far exceeds the number of subscriptions sold last year, which will necessitate an increase of over 50 in circulation. As a result of this contest the seniors will be given a party by the three under classes. The date has not been decided, but an effort Is being made to bold It tomorrow night as there will be no game on Saturday. A group of high school girls afforded the entertainment after all business matters were settled. Miss Helene Baker impersonated a freshman, Miss Mary O'Neil impersonated a sopho, more, Miss Mildred Delbridge impersonated a Junior and Miss Alice Lersch impersonated a senior. All four impersonations were enjoyed by all. A football lineup composed ot girls sang several novelty songs taken from popular pieces which were also sung by the members of the high school after their part of the program. Clare Becker aud Lofton Bauinhardt, cheer leaders, led the high school in several yells which concluded the pro- grum. South Amherst Oeorge Gorr, Correspondent. ATYOURDORS LOSE LAST GAME. The Atyourdor baseball team lost Its Inst gume of the season to the Lorain Mm-cnbces last Sunday on the local diamond by u score of 3 to 2. Tho game was well played throughout, tfio pitching of A. Wragg for the' Atyourdors SHd Hlllyer for the Maccabees featuring tho game. Wragg allowed six hits and Htlly%r seven. Hlllyer fanned nine batters and Wragg thirteen. Harry Kuth, centarfleld for the Atyourdors, featured with the bat, get- ling two hits out of four times at bat. He also registered a home run in the ninth Inning. Atyourdors—3 A.B. It. H. Capasso, 3b .1 5 0 0 Powers, 2b .x 5 0 0 Powers, aoin.-SHRDetaLovbgkqjaooi C. Wragg. ss t. 3 O. Heusser, lb 4 L. Wragg, If 4 Rath, ct 4 Fazey, rf 3 A. Wragg, p 4 Klhm, c 4 VWWWrtfWWWWWWVWWW. Totals 3: 2 7 Maccabees—2 A.B. R. H. T. Johnson, If 2 0 0 Adams, If 110 Stelmack, ss 4 0 1 J. Johnson, 2b 4 0 0 J. Andrews, cf 8 0 0 Lenz, lb 3. 0 1 Fletcher, c 4 11 Telatnik, 3b 4 0 1 Lorenski, rf 2 11 Wonderjy, rf 2 0 0 Hlllyer, p 8 0 1 TO ENTERTAIN SOCIETY. The Ladles" Aid society ot the St. John's Evangelical church will be entertained by Mrs. Henry Meyers at her home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All members are requested to attend. LADIES' DIME SOCIETY MEETS. The Ladies' Dime society of the Congregational church met this afternoon and was entertained by Mrs. Ben Martin and Mrs. John Grebe. After the re ;ulur business meeting u delightful luncheon was served by the hostesses. About twenty-live members were present. REORGANIZE CHOIR. Members of the Congregational church ami Sunday school met at tbe church Wednesday evening to reorganize the choir. A few months ago the church choir broke up on uccount of ili" lack of an Instructor but now Miss Kent, music instructor In the local schools, will take charge of the choir. Anyone interested in the choir is welcome to attend every Wednesday evening. PARENTTEACHER8 ASS'N TAKES IN 30 MEMBER8 Tbe parent-teachers association of District 12 school met at the school- house at Step 3B last evening, at which time over 75 people were present. Supt, Duff, Supt. C. O. Masters and Wm. F. Durling were guests of the association. Thirty new members were taken In at the meeting which shows that the parents ure becoming Interested In school work. The students In the jchonl presented a program of an Interesting nuture which was enjoyed by all. Following the program the election of officers took place for the ensuing year. Following ure the results: President --Mr. Tulmer. Vice-president Mrs. Thuemllng. Secretary und treasurer- Mr. Lau- ver. After the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed by those who were present. The luncheon consisted of ice cream and cake. SURPRI8E PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz were tendered a surprise pnrty held at their Imiiie on Tenuey avenue Sunday afternoon when 70 friends and relatives gathered I I celebrate their 2fith wedding anniversary. ' The guests gathered at 2:30 and the remainder of the afternoon was spent IB a very delightful manner. Guests v -re present from Elyrla, Lorain, Grafton and Amherst. A tuieen supper was served at 6:30, ufter which the gathering adjourned. AMHERST TO HAVE LYCEUM COURSE The Student senate of the local high •vh.nl wnI again conduit a lyceum program this winter which consists of a four-number program. The talent has Ik en secured from the Colt Ly- 1 cum Burses as has been ihe case for UtS past few years The program tIlls year will be one if the best ever presented before, two numbers being musical, one speaker and a magician. Following are the dates and the en tertainers on those dates: Nov. 10—Bell Ringers. Doc. 1—D. Lee Fltzpatrlck. Jun. 1-- Kater, Magician. Feb. 3—Chester Scott Co. Tho tickets for the course will be on sale the first of next week In an effort to get a good und early start. The students villi make a house to house canvass while selling the tickets so that no family will be slighted. There Is ulso some thought of having another number on the course, prepared anil given by home talent. This SMttef has not been definitely decided as yet but will be announced later in the event that the extra number Is added. MRS. WALTER MOEBIUS DIES AFTER OPERATION WAS HIGHLY RESPECTED IN CHURCH WORK AND FRATERNAL ORDERS IN WHICH 8HE WA8 ACTIVE Hospital Notes WftfWWWWWWWVsVWWVr^, ' Mrs. Oessner was admitted to the hospital Tuesday morning. She was In the hoapltal laat April with a broken hip and was discharged several weeks ago and Monday evening she fell, breaking her hip in the same place. She will be confined to the hospital for some time. CITY FOOTBALL TEAM PLAYS LORAIN SUNDAY Louis Kobe was admitted to hospital for an operation today. the The Amherst city football team is all set for their opening game with the Metropolea of Lorain at the city field in Lorain on Sunday, October 2. The Amherst team haa been practicing hiiro' for the paat week and are in the best of condition. Manager Bailey has had all men try out and is sure of putting on a number 1 team on the field Sunday. The Metropoles lost their first game to the Deaf Mutes of Akron at the city field last Sunday by a score of 24-0. The Metropoles have a strong lineup and will probably outweigh the Amherst team, There is also a rumor about that the manager of the Metro- poles is securing a new string of players for Sunday's game. Amherst Is confident of a victory desnite the effort of the Lorain team to toad up on them. A large number of fans from Amherst are planning to be In Lorain for the game Sunday and a good- delegation of rooters will put a great deal more spirit Into the boys. The game is called for 2:30. John Prehmer waa admitted Tuesday for treatment for minor injuries received at No. 6 quarry. He waa discharged Wednesday. Win. Nalles of Vermilion waa ud mitted to the hoapltal Tuesday for the removal of his tonsils. Mr. Haven, section hand on Ihe New York Central railroad, waa discharged Sunduy after being treated for injur- tea. Mra. Parsons of Avon Lake, who haa been at the hoapltal for aome time for treatment, is able to sit up. Mlas Mabel Reamer nas accepted a position as nurse, having taken up her duties last Saturday. Mildred and James Riddle of Brownhelm were admitted to the hospital for the removal ot tonsils Tuesday. Totals .28 3 6 Errors: Hlllyer 2, C. Wragg, Capasso. Three-base hits—Tillyer, Tetlat- nlk, Fletcher., Home run, Ruth. Struck out—By Hlllyer 9, by A. Wragg 13. Baaea on balls—Off ' Hlllyer 2, off Wragg 3. Hit by pitched balls—By •Hlllyer (Klhm). by Wragg (Adams). Stolen bases—Ruth, Klhm. The Atyourdors have had a very successful season this year, winning the majority of the games. Following are the games played and the results: Home Games. Atyourdora !l; Wakemau 5. Atyourdora 5; Berlin Heights 2. Atyourdora 4; Klpton 3. Atyourdors 11; Oberlln 9, Atyourdora 7; Lorain Harpoons li. Atyourdors 8; Collins 7. Atyourdora fi; Elyria Federals 5. Atyourdora 8; St. Nicholas Lorain, i. Atyourdors 10; Oberlln I*. Atyourdors 13; Berlin Heights 9. Atyourdora 6; Grafton 0. Atyourdora 10; Holley-Krohns 2. Atyourdors 13;#01d Timers of South Amherst 9. Atyourdors 4; Elyrla Firemen 3. Atyourdors 10; Park Cigars of Lo- , Lorain, 1. Out-of-Town Games. Atyourdora 11; Wakeman 2. Atyourdora 5; Collins 2. Atyourdora 2; Sullivan 10. SOCIETIES WILL HOLD BAZAR. The Ladies' Aid society and ths Gleaners' society of the St. Peter's church will hold a bazar at tbe church parlogs on Wednesday, Oct. 4, afternoon and evening. Aprons, quilts and all kluds of fancy work will be. on sale and a chicken supper will be served. SOUTH AMHERST BRIEF8. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Moser and family spent Thursday in Oberlln. Air. und Mrs. John Leonard and family spent Saturday In Elyria. Mr. and Mrs. George Vogley of Elyrla spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Charles Bruce. Hurry Slater of Oberlin spent Thuraday visiting South Amherat friends .ind relatives. • Mrs. J. L, DavlB spent Saturday in Elyria. Mra. Harold More und daughter, I'uth, and Mrs. Lodl apent Friday lu Klyriu. Mr. and Mra. Alex Garland of Elyrla apent Friday visiting at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pippert. The South Amherat City bund will practice al the town hall next Tuesday evening. The F01 esters of America will hold their regu'iir meeting at their hall on Wednesday evening. Mra. Cora Palmer of Elyria. spent Thursday visiting ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Engle. Oeorge Hon- and Howard Leonard spent Saturday evening In Elyrla. CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPION WILL VISIT AMHER8T FRIDAY ''Cannon Hall" Baker, world's cross country champion, will be In Amherat tomorrow afternoon from 1 to 2 p. m. He will have a Templar U. S. A. re- t.liter that holds a speed record from Sew York to Chicago and from Canada \o Mexico. With him will be Mr. Bliewiers, advertising manager of the Templar Motor Co., Mr. Ryan, sales manager of the sume firm, and Mr. Dean, engineer and deBigner of the Templar car. Mr. McMyler, of the Ohio Templar association, will also be present. These men are being brought here by Rheln- bart Ausmus, representative of the W. O. Cooper company of Cleveland, and will be nt Asehenbach's store from 1 to 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Mr. Ausmus invites all those who might be Interested iu some make of machine to be preaent and aee and hear what the men have to say anil, do. K. K. Johnson of Rocky River, was an Amherst visitor Sunday. ' PARK AVENUE SHOE STORE CHANGES HANDS Tin; shoe store on Park avenue, formerly owned anil operuted by the late A. A. Kelaing took new ownership yesterday, Clare Stlwald buying out the entire business. Mr. Stlwald is well known in Amherst, huviug lived here for the past several yeara, and Intends to start in business with the slogan, "To serve the people." He ia planning to sell out the entire old stock und get In a new line of up-to-date shoes by the 1 ud of next month. The interior of the building la now undergoing B change which will make it more attractive and up to date. He hus a new line of shoes on the way from the factory which will soon be here uud all patronuge will be appreciated. PERSONALS rVWAr\AMsWWWsW%ArWWVW"«rVi Iriiia May Moebius. daughter of Fred ami Magdalena Kelch, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 9. 1899. She was the youngest of nine children, Pauline, Wllbelnilna, Mrs. Jennie Soil rberf, Mrs. Henrietta Burgg, Fred J . Adolph ami Harry R. She was u graduate of the Lincoln High school of Cleveand In the year 1:117 ami a member of the l.incolnlan society of the school in which she waa always popular. She was also a mem- I r ol tin Fourth Reformed church of (ie\eland, iii which she took an active part, especially In the Philathea and Aniat Satta societies. She was united In marriage to Walter K. Moebius of Amherst at her home in Cleveland In May. 1920, and after a brief period they established a home in Amherst, of which she had taken a. great interest. Mrs. Moebius became Interested In the WOfk of the St. Peter's church and wua one of 11 class of nineteen confirmed by Rev. Egll on Pentecost Sunday, 1921. She was one of the first to suggest the continuation of the class this fall. • Soon after making her home here she became affiliated with the Pythian Bisters lodge and took an active part in the work of the organization. She was also u charter member of the Women's Auxiliary of the American i.egion, being elected vice-president of lh» order for the flrat term. Recently Mi>- Moebius had complained of her throat and neck and after a visit to Dr. Burley of Lorain she look a aeries of treatments for goitre, but found no relief. On Tuesday of lust week she was advised to see a specialist in Cleveland and was told that U operation was the only hope of relief. The operation was performed Thursday morning and her condition was very satisfactory until evening, when Bhe became very weak from loss of blood, which bad clotted in tbe windpipe. Everything possible was done for her relief, but without avail, and at 10 o'clock the same evening she was again taken to the operating room and the clot removed. Her strength and vitality was unequal to the task and she slowly lost consciousness, passing uwuy quietly at 1:55 a. m. Mrs. Mo. i.111s made friends very easily und is mourned not only by her husband and relatives but by all who knew her. Funeral services were held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reich, on Library avenue, Clevelund, Monday at 2:30. Burial was made in Brooklyn Heights cemetery. Rev. Egll of St. Peters church, Amherst, conducted the services. COUNTY BEEKEEPERS ELECT OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR William W'esterfelt made a business Bjiyrla. The Lorain County Beekeepera ua- soclatlon met in regular session in the council chambers in the city hall of Klyria Monday evening, at which time llu members were preaent. J The election of officers waa the chief event of the evening und resulted In the following: President—C. E. Huiibut, of Amherst. Vice-president—D. R. Johnston, of BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. A group of friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. Lewis Relchert on Forest street Sunday to celebrate her birthday anniversary Mrs. Reichert received many beautl ful and useful gifts from those who were present. The afternoon was apent In visiting, which was followed by a delicious luncheon. Those who comprised the^ guest list are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albright and family of Elyria, John and Henry Albright ot Sandusky, Mrs. Bertha Gordon ot Sandusky, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reichert of Elyria, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mays, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller and Mrs. Henry Grugel of Amherst. 8WI88 LODGE TO GIVE DANCE. The local Swiss lodge will give a danco at the Helvetta hall Saturday evening, Oct. 1st. A few mouths ago the Helvetia hall was remodeled aud can now uccominodule larger crowds than it could at previous dances. The admission* will be $1 per couple. Good music has been arranged for. BILL AND YO8H WILL GIVE DANCE Bill and Yosh will give a dunce at the Foresters hall Wednesday evening, Oct. 5th. Music for tho event will be furnished by Hazen's orchestra of Lorain. Large crowds have been attending the dancea given by BUI and Yosh and the same Is expected next Wednesday evening. The admission will be $1 per couple. Watch the News-TlmeB want ads. pip 10 Cleveland Wednesday. M.\ and Mrs. Henry Kolb and Mr. and Mrs Arthur Ruth spent Sunday visiting al the home of Mr, and Mrs.1 iai oil Mm lie at Amherat. John Mevei-H of Elyrla spent Sunday vi.-iting with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moaer and fiun- y au 1 Mrs. George Gorr apent Wed- neadsy evening in Lorain. Alhi.i Dora AtkJnSQn of Cleveland Is (pending severul daya visiting with .'vir, and .Mrs. John Thompson. Mra. Mill Illackwood and Mra. QeorgS Clark of Cleveland spent Sunduy with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kolb. Howard Bernhardt ami rhmi ,-; Bernhardt spent Tueaday in Lorain. Fred Sneiiler spoilt 'lluesduy In Loruin. The Parent -Teachers association met ut the schoolhouse Wednesday ufter- uoon. THE CHURCHE8 Congregational. Rev. O. B. Githens, pastor. Church services, 10 a. m. Sunday school, 11 a. m. ' Choir praclice Wednesday evening. Methodist Dr. Winters, pastor. Sunduy school, 10 a. m. Church services, 2 p. m St. John's Evangslioal. Rev. A. Egll, pastor. Sunday school, 1 p. m. Church services, 2 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Chlsholm of Newport Newa returned home Tuesday evening after spending the auinmei- months in the southern stales Mr. Cbisbolm was a catcher in the Virginia baseball league, which had Its head- quuriers In Newport Newa. Mr. and Mra. H. L. Plato returned home Tuesday ufter spending several days in New Philadelphia with rrlends and relatives. CARD OF THANKS, We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the Kindness and consideration shown ua since the loss of one wo held most dear. Also for the many beautiful flowers, words, and deeds, we extend our heartfelt thanks. Walter E. Moebius Mr. and Mra. Fred Reich aud Family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Moebius & Family. Mrs. J. C. Wbitcomb of Pittsburgh wus in Amherst on buaineaa Tueaday. Secy.-Treaa.—E. Iff, Vincent, of Wellington. The mutter of the county und atate organisations affiliating wua not sei i ed as the report, from the atate executives wua not received. The matter will bo discussed, however, at a later 1 meeting. I A financial roport waa read which shows thai the organization ut preaent h in good standing. The next meeting will be held on October ,11, the exact location of which has not been decided. POPULAR ELYRIAN ENTERS FIELD FOR CLERK OF COURTS Miss Lucy Horn. Mrs. C. M. Harris and Frank Ray spent Friday In Elyrla. A representative of Dr. Scholl, foot specialist, will be at tbe Baua shoe store on Friduy and Saturday. Frank L. Ellenberg haa announced hlB candidacy for the office of clerk of courts of Lorain county. Candidates for thia office, however, will not be voted on until the November election, 1922. Mr. Ellenberger lias been connected with the county coinmisaionera' office for the past nine yeara In the capacity as clerk. He lias always been faithful to bin work und was reappointed to the same work at the recent change In the coiiimiBBioners' office. He was also a mom ber ot the Lorain County Republican Executive commit- teo uud served ua secretary of thut body for two yuura. Mr. Kllenbeiger is prominently identified with several civic and fraternal organizations iu the county und has u host of friends who have urged him to enter the fluid for this office. He has lived in tbe county over 25 years. All. and Airs. Lewis Horn of Louisville, Ky., returned to their home Tuea- ilay after spending several weeks visiting friends and relatives in Amherst and Elyria. NEEDLE CRAFT CLUB 18 ENTERTAINED The Needlecraft club of St. Joseph's Catholic church waa entertained yes- terduy afternoon by Mrs. Wm. Baker, Jr. The afternoon waa enjoyed by all. BURGLARS ENTER SCHOOL BUILDING TUESDAY NI6HT Mrs. R. U Petty returned to her home yesterday ufter spending aeveral daya in Clevelund. Mrs. Kmiiiu Wilford of Cleveland is spending several duyB viaitlng In Amherst. 10. E. roster spent .Monday and Tuesday lu Michigan on a business trip. Welter Jaeger was u I.main visitor Tuesduy evening. Mr. und Airs. Edward Piotch and Alias Kdna Aleuz were Lorain visitors Tuesday evenlug. Mr. an Tueaday d Alia. L fn. Cleve eslle Mi Mullen spent levelaiid. . Rev. und Airs. Meichert oi Foatoria were Amherat visitors Tuesday. L. P. LoiBch spent Tuesday lu Cleveland on business Mra. Herman Kiihh uud Mra. Carl Pegerat were Cleveland visitors Monday. Burglars entered the achool building on Church street Tueaday night and took money amounting to nearly $50, leaving no clue ua to their identity. Upon Investigation Wednesday morning it was found that a pain of glass had been removed from a window on the ...null side of the building on the second story, by wuy of the Are escape. The person or party' came through the building to the office, where both doors hud been tampered with in an effort to get them open. Prying was of no avail uud an effort was made to tako ihe locks out. The work must have been too slow us the glass in the north door wua broken. The person then reached in uud turned the lock uud entered the office. The drawers which emit uneil the money and supplies were locked and two drawers were opened before the party found tbe money. Mr. Powers did not have an exact account of the money In the drawer but he thinks that about |S0 was tuken. The intruders took the hills and left the change. Mr. Powers notified Marshal Miller of the robbery and who la now working on the case. Misa Alice Holllngsworth. who has been attending Klyria business college, lias accepted a position with the Fox Furnace company of Elyria. V II Watch the News-Times want ads.
|Title||The Amherst news-times. (Amherst, Ohio), 1921-09-29|
|Place||Amherst (Ohio); Lorain County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||29-SEP-1921|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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|Title||The Amherst news-times. (Amherst, Ohio), 1921-09-29|
|Place||Amherst (Ohio); Lorain County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||29-SEP-1921|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
VOL. II. NO.
AMHERST, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1921. >JSubscription Price, $2.00 per Yesr
'Sandstone Center of ths World"
HI FOOTBALL TEAM
WINS FROM LAGRANGE
VISITORS OUTWEIGHED THE LOCAL TEAM BUT WERE OUTPLAYED BY GOOD TEAM
WORK AND SPEED
The 'Amherst high school football
team catne in on the lone end of a 26-0
score when they defeated LaGrange In
the opening tilt of the season, on their
new field on Saturday afternoon.
Amherst with only tour of last
year's men on the line-up were »ble
to baffle their opponents in all stages
of the game. LaGrange came to Amherst with a heavy team, expecting to
trounce the local boys by a large score.
Several old grid stars who were st
the game stated thut LaGrange outweighed the locals by over ten pounds
to the man, which gave them greater
chances for a victory. It appeared
that their excess weight was Invaluable as Amherst's backfleld was* able
to penetrate their line without any
difficulty. End runs and forward passes were also special features of the
game. Amherst made gains of 10 and
16 yards around LaGrange's ends,
which netted three touchdowns tor
Taking Into consideration that Amherst practically lost their whole line
last year, this year's new men played
a fast and snappy fame of hall, qut-
playing their opponents In all plays.
Coon, playing center for Amherst, was
in every play, making holes for Amherst's backfleld with ease. When on
the offensive, he broke up nearly all
ot LaGrange's line plunges.
The Wilford brothers on ends, played an excellent game, breaking up end
runs with unusual ability. Leimbach,
Abersold and Hahn at tackles played
a great defensive game, in that they
were able to get their opponents out
of reach on all of Amherst's line
Amherst's backfleH Is the same as
last year with the exception of Hearn,
who graduated last year. T. Neumeis-
terf who is taking his place this year,
played the game as If he were an old
veteran at the game, making large
gains through the line and also around
The game opened with Amherst
kicking to LaGrange. LaGrange was
unable to penetrate Amherst's line and
lost the ball after four downs. Amherst took possession of the ball and
made great headway. They were, however, obliged to punt after eight downs
which gave LaGrange the ball again.
They failed to make any headway and
punted to Amherst on the thirty-yard
line. Amherst received the punt and
took it to the fifty-yard line and with
ten more plays, L. Neumelster took
the ball across the line for the first
touch-down. T. Neumelster kicked
goal, making the score 7-0.
The second quarter was very much
the same as the first, Monger making
the second touch-down on a line
plunge. T. Neumelster failed to kick
L. NeUmelster scored again in the
third quarter on an end run and T.
Neumelster kicked goal, making the
score 20-0 in Amherst's favor. LaGrange put in two new men in the
last quarter but was of little use as
L. Neumelster took the ball across
again for Amherst's fourth and last
A large crowd attended the game
and prospects for a successful sessop
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