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HIE OMAHA r.EE: FRIDAY. OCTOoKP. 27. IV.
Legion and Ak-Sar-Ben After Postseason Game Between Iowa and Nebraska
Big Contest Will Be Played
at" Creighton Field if Legion
Succeeds in Scheduling Game
By RALPH WAGNER.
"Nebraska against Iowa on an Omaha gridiron, Decem
When the Douglas County pout of the American Legion
started circulating gossip that the lluskerg and llawkeyes
may meet on an Omaha athletic field, football fans picked
up their earn, scratched their bean artd wondered if these
two strong footbull machines would be matched for a post
season game i'1 Omaha,
J.efore such a thing could happen. thuDouglas Legion
ol'iicials must hop over numerous hurdles that strew the
path of both Iowa and Nebraska;
i Ait' tun' r i r ti"' nit; i -u
H l P'li't " .! "1 Utilltl'S Mlh IMI'tllll.'IM I
.9 , I 1 ., ,,....'. . . , I
i up'- i.ik ii'ii piirucipaiing ii ii.i i
."Ktiamt rule. Tie n iikiiIii, fuu.i '
ifnYil tiny Muni' th.it whin the j
llwlt.ytn finish ihi-lr present sched j
'il' the numbers i.f i inwii el Jom--' i
c I e v c n lifivx iiiciiiiiiit hfil wmk i
I'ltotJCb tnr llm uniwui. J
Member of tl'llty.
?.YbiiiIi(i 1.1 ii mtuibiT i f (i.u Mm. I
fon' Vnllty I'uiif ii'iici', which in. i
lilit.-t n itirnbtr nf this obit e'rchi j
fom playing (ill liny r;riillioii except i
Wni'e Nebraska's two vlctml n ibis i
in. t -iri!t lii mnr Iiiih it thut j
Husher nthli tli' olllcinls will hr N'e-'
briska Iiwmc from llii' Mi-cnuil V.illcy.
'I'll" Coinliusld v dropped mil i f tlii
conference fur a spell uml futiiul It
ll'i;hiy hard li schedule gnmcs. Till
iviitiM hull true- If Nibrnslui broke
with tlii" Missouri Valley, The "H!g
T'li" Is ctowihd iiml then1 urn not
iiiotiuh good (cants nuts'do the "Pig
Tin" inirl M. V. In the middle wc-t
l hut would moke football a paying
proposition fur Nebraska, so ll In nut
very likely thut the Cnrribuxkcr will
nhnko the dust of the vnllty confer
enee from tln-lr f""t.
Alumni of Uilh N'ebruska and lowu
n Omaha are anxious to tiring the two
powerful elevens together In this city.
The former students of Nebraska are
out to raise money for Nebraska's new
stadium uml believe ii Nebraska-Iowa
jtime In tfif best way to bring the shell
els Into the coffers of tho Nebraska
alumni stadium, committee. '
To Help Sliidlimi Fund.
On tho utrenulh thnt tho money de
rived from utirh a Rflmn would go
toward ronKtructlnR a new stadium
ot Nebraska, the alumni of both
nrhooln bellev they run brlnar pren
mir to bear on th "OIk Ten" offl
etnla and the Mlrnourl Valley author!'
flei. anit In thin way get the ?amc
for Omaha. '
Th Poualai! County Leftlon la "pull
lvt( all the wlrea" known to th"
T.eplon In order to jret th came.
Trelphlon ban rtonatml lta athletie
fieR and If the I.eclpn aerurea the
eonteat U 1 planned1 to stapo the
pame Peremlwr !.
The AkKarBen, thrntiRh Ohnrlie
Gardner, let It he known yesterday
that It baa been working on a Nebras
ka Iowa, post aeason came ainrn Mon
day afternoon. Gardner went to I.ln
roln laat Saturday to aee Coicn
"flnap Tt.-tp" Pawson of Nebraska,
and In a ronferenee with tho roneh
was Informed that Nebraska was will
ing to piny Iowa In Omaha In a pose
teneon game. ,
To See Coai-h Jones.
Vincent Haskell, head of the Ne
binska alumni In Omaha, and Charlie
Gardner, will no to Iowa, City tonlKht
where they will hold a meeting with
Coach Howard Jones nnd Ilawkeye
officials, nnd will try to (tain the con
eent of Iowa for a post-season game
wHh Nebraska In Omaha. '
Nebraska and Iowa broke off nth-
letic relations In 1913 when the Hawk
eves defeated tho Ilusliere
19 to 0.
Nebraska nnd Town started schedul
ln jrnmea In 1SS2. From W2 to 191H
the Hawk and Hunker plaved IS
irarnee. Nebraska winnlnR 12 nnd
Iowa 3. the remaining three contests
ending in two tie score games and
one scoreless tie.
Ppreliiiit! anil lhrtiin;: Filter
Mmiitts in Ilorso Show
Wii'hiiiKton. let. III. Notalle In
the lini no world, and In Home eases
ridden by noddilcs In governmental af
fairs, have been entered in a horse
Fhow here tomorrow.
Th entries linlude. llaibel. Presi
dent Harding' ridinf: horse, and Jeff,
the fvoriyt mount of (lenersl Persh
tnir. Three other horses owned by
General rershlnn Prominent Tom,.
Prim-esn nd Handy will compete
while Major General Hnrbonl. aetinc
secretary of war. will ride his own
horse, r.iylmk, nnd Major tienernl
Holbrook, ehlef of cavalry, will put
hi horse, Ir.'tH"on. thrmiith the nin-es.
Funeral I 1IHI for
Mr, (iliarle A. Coniiekry
I'hii-aao. Ktt. It Hy spial per-
nuMtu of the city, the funeral cor-l.-i"
i f Mr Nut C.inilsWey, wife f
Climbs A CVntlikey, cwner of the
i Pi. tt..t ,nieri an li.tmie t bib
Hit id I't piott-'d tm-r Mu-ltUiiM
l.tilirri "' .'herl'lan It d to "'
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Suits and Extra Pants Made to Order
A4 at .- iUr iihiliit in 0rsr-tt I'.tell- . Uta i i-
" m.W t-i livi. t t.s.k. Ika r ti'iauUutir
l ! !.ti,g aUn ffrJ n t'waka. l aruaJ.
ta Kal ia ffr a nJ rutear i r. t itt th teal.
a fitinf '" fjr ljt na )ear ler far.
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Muh.'IiuM !ti Ihe Ami': lean nifn'ill
ll.m ilr-w i.Iukh' tlurmn III' K.mMtiil
ju.i Mii'l.il Hutu in miy I'ani er, c
ii.i'lln 1.1 ii-c'iiily cmiiilifl fiKurcit.
Tli- 'lulu nniii I'Hyi-il 1. 1 i"il i
ipiid.inie nf i,r.a.a, hi' h i m m-
l..,'t-'" nf W.lliiil nvyr In 1 1. i'fti'. Kali
an rily III ioimi.tjii.. lih 31S.
iii'O. Hi" Jl""t dull Ui il n nvre in
J1111.OMO murk In i hi vrinin.
Iny nhjerlli'ii" lo II17 melhuil vf
triiiK fur khhI ufl'r IiiU'IiiIumii f
tieiiiv lieiinl. Tlii ytur, follnwliic a
I'HiiliiliiMn. Die bull 1 iilsinl on Ihe
A-inl Hint mil 1111I I'll" liliM. The
tetiin In iiotHten'.f n may kirk. forwurU
miMi ip tun with "ip Imll. Im! Hipy
hunt unly line try In wlilph Iti put It
inrr. Iliitvrvpr, Mime riiMelipa rlnlm
Hip iluy whin trot tu the hiiip. nnd
liln'ii It a rpuipp plcmpnt uf rhswe.
With a vltr of winning th Amr-li-Bti
lrHKtio fi nimtit next your, uftT
Inninic tt hy unn game (lit ipHiun, tlto
Ht. l,otii trown ure tailing in mitny
Ii1(t from lhf inlnur Ipanuei. AI
i a iy "U hfi ve b'n sec u t rd, 1 & cf
wtntin vtre purchnMrd, r.n't 1 0 ri-
llftd. 'I'ltrt lint imlu1- II plfrhori.
mix IriflltJiTi, six outfiftdwrN tm1 two
(ral' tifit. Tho price hr not tn an
nuuiicifil, tut one croup of eight i
uttid to havtf com IhO.oqo.
Anotlirr imiil of plwk tin torn
tA light Ht lltimirtl nnlv?rp.lt, whfn
W'fllliHii lleggH, jr., ft. Mind Hludent,
whonti 1mm In In W'lmhtr, Mhm.,
htw rrportfld Ur lh frmhimin errw
11m hhn lifiHtgneil to the tttntkm ponl
ilon In nn of h hllii. II im mmid
to hHve hiMt rxppriMico In the gurni.
ritflicr .fubn H'-oif of th York
0(h nt, will umffrrio n xt nsivp
couruM of tratitunt thin yrnr In mi
ff(yrt to cetftur - bla pitching rnt,
Hcctf, who it tlme pitched good
Kb 1 1, has hail roneiileruble trouble
with h)M nrni nnd linn lm told thnt
the trouble wan of g tinrvouH naturn
hat would not yield to th unual
There ! a report furrent In boxing
clrtlf.n that when Sikl romea to tho
RtH.tcH nnd B(i(Mai In Now Vork, thti
put km fitr his initial npparanre will
1) limited to 2,f0 by tb niHte box
ing ronimlfiHtoti. nwevr, t ho Bhown
up well in hi.f 4rt onrouni'-r, he will
recAivA enouglv thereafter to make iL
Ex-Champ to Teach
n . ii
do 4"0 at narvan
Camliriilse. :..,(.-, i),t. ;6. Billy
fihevlin, hrolher or l-JJille Shcvlln,
New Kn'lanJ welterweight rhamplon
nnd boxing infttructur at Durlinoulh,
has boon uppointed instructor of box
Ine nt Harvard. Ie Is a retired llcht.
Hvpinht cliiimiilon ,o( the navy and a
former national amateur champion in
tha 13.1 pound class.
Beat Deaf Institute
I'reiKhton I huh school reserves won
from Nebraska School for the teaf
eleven at Kontenelle park yesterday
ufter noon, 19 to K. The "Ihimmies"
held their own In the first three quar
ters, but the rie yhton defense stiff
ened in the last stnnfet and tallied just
before the final whistle.
Women'g Vpstern Golf
Association Fleets Officers
Chicago. Oct. 28 Tho Women's
Western Clolf association held Its an
nual meeting here today. Only one
ticket was presetted by the nominat
ing committee. Mrs, liathamay Wat
son, president since 1920, had previ
ously declined renomlnation.
The ticket presented by the nnmi
natine committee, immeil Mrs. Kaxlln
If. Il.tll. Oak Park Country club, for
! president and Included Misn IHirem
l K ivan.iiiKh. s Angeles Mrs. Henry
j lUihbmi. Omaha, ind Miss Hn Hollo
I ran. Rilt Ijk Cl'y.
' (' on f 'i"
Whvn It Comra to
"Dolling Vp" for Gvlf
Ullltll. lll .-.-
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I I mlljr H wlntrial Mra
llmiiimil til th fidt rtiur
: ttrsj Waller llim appear ht aa
evhiMt.tN rnali si wtlh hi artiMT,
t Ktrlmaud, Amlraliaai ihantploat.
al Ke IkM rluh et Thurvalay, ana
Ihe I akema IritUjr.
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Inw llaten' Mr Im r ! h, ku
"hiii U allot'' fiWiH lnMl Out
Ii t idl m sp a law IrU
II ti l Milttema, i
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I'laycr Hit by haul
Hull Drilled Damages
WueliJr.Kiuii, Oct. 2D. A UiMFbail
fan usHuiiit-H tho rlk of Betting
hit hy a foul ball If In; siu in the
uiiscrtciiid si'ction of the Kiaml
stand, JuKlice liltz of the ltlstrict
of Coiumlila supreme court held
in distnlsHlni; u suit for J 10.000
.In Minxes broiiKht URainst tho
VVashinKton Amerlcun league base
ball club by Johil 11. Pettis. IJurintr
i K.'ime here on August 21, Pettis
wiih hit in the eye by a foul off the
bat of a Washington player.
Boyle to Stage
Tho Nonpareil club has been grant
ed a license to stage boxing bouts by
the state athletic commission.
The club pre-
fry vioiisly had been
refused a license
by "Lum" Doyle,
er, when it be
camo known tilth
Hernie Unyle was
to act as match
Boyle is under
stood to, have
brought some pres
sure to bear on
with thd result
that yesterday he
was notified ho
would be recog
nized as a promoter.
Hoyle gave tho Vox Popull the best
shows soon hero last winter. He ex
pects to present his first show the
curly part of November.
Omaha Pros to .
Play Des Moines
The Olympics, Omaha professional
football team, may include in their
lineup next Sunday afternoon against
the les Moines Hillsiilers, the name
of Cliff Iong. Crelshton's star quar
terback. Efforts are now being made
to obtain Long's services.
In the event Ixtng can play, Paul
Shanahan, whose 90-yard run for a
touchdown through the entire Atlan
tic team last Hunday was one of tho
big thrills of the Olympics' first con
test, probably will be shift rd to an
end. AVlth Walsh of Notre lame and
McKechnle' of Washington State at
halves, Leahy of Creighton at full and
Long, also of Creighton, at quarter
back, the locals feel their backficld
will lie a score gainer against any
professional team In the middlewest.
Wolfe, a former Andover lineman.
Is to arpear with the Olympics.
and Kirk wood
to Play at Lincoln
Lincoln. Oct. !. Walter Hagen.
only American to win the llrltish
open olf title, snd Jo Klrkwood,
Australian trick shot olftr. will ap
pear lure in an exhibition match Pat.
urday. November . They vm here
. fti4f, kt?tfitt 114 Hti
Iiip . t tin nl
1 l-tt.4 4t Wi,k.i. K,
? Mulill. llt'll ttlll ftk-l-
fitl. hi iimt4 l fiwk.
woi .i tut Uttitr
Mi4ii i Kit lti 'aitA'
A.'. ! I ,tt 1.1 Jt4UHr Ktaf
fsvl 4 VI ft
-at Si 11 i
i tit- pu- trail
Hi mtmm 4 IkikatMS
I 1 f lMtaa
Ma aa4 laa
vta Hi a4
i ' SA J
tiiaji Unit. IIImw
fc tj atA ia stl
jKillefer to Boss
Cubs Next Year
Chicago Nationals Again Ifavu
Youngest Pilot ly Reap
pointment of Rill.
Chicago, Oct. 20. William Klllefer
of the Chicago Nationals tonight wIh
reappointed manager of the Cubs for
the seasons of 1U2.1 and 1024, tit the
annual stockholders' meeting. Kllle
fer came to the Cubs In the winter of
1A17 with his battery unite, drover
Alexander, for JV.OOO, After service
In the army during Ihe world war,
Killefer returned to tho club, succeed
ing John lOvers as pilot about the mid
dle of the 1!)21 season.
The directors expressed themselves
as satisfied with tho showing of the
young pilot the past season, his club
having finished in the fifth place, de
spite tho fact that It had been handi
capped during part of the' S'-ason be
cause of Injuries and illness to his
The directors adopted a resolution
expressing sympathy to Charles A.
Comlskey, president of the Chicago
White Sox, on tho death of his wife.
Creighton High to
Play Leigh Today
Creighton High school's knights of
the gridiron will leave this morning
for Leigh, Neb,, to engage the high
school team of that city in a footbull
encounter this afternoon. Owlag to
the illness of Coach Marrln, James
Condon will be in charge of the ttfiim.
Condon has been assisting juarrin oy
coaching the backficld.
Creighton High did not play last
Friday and all of tho men are In great
Leigh enters the contest with a
clean record, having won all five of its
games. It piled up a total of 149
points against opponents' 12. ,,
The probable lineups:
. .. NiikpI
. N. t'ruiis
. .. Unhel
. . K lliler
R R. ...
. . . . R. T . .'. .
... Q II....
TckP . .
l.f'Rhy , .
Soflo . . .
Luis Firpo Barred
From Fistic Arena
Reunoa Aries, Oct. 23. After' a
lengthy debate, the city council re
voked the special permission Rranted
lo Luis Angel Firpo, South American
heavyweight to stage boxing exhibi
tions In thia city.
The opposition cant from socialist
members. It was argued thnt In
granting Firapo a permit tha council
lors were under a misapprehension
anil that they did not understand that
ha was going to stage a public pi ie
fight. They referred to the recent bout
between Klrpu mid Jim Tracy, the'
GridUcrs Wont I'lay
If Girl .ire I'uniihed
for I'ajniim I'aruiU?
Huatltii(iH. , a, (HI. !a
I Ifly )siun- aitiia almfa-ala al M-ir-aball
4la her alar4 i-iiia
pai ) la lhtr aWailltH tburly
tttUets OcUl aVitdr) li4
thai aa pwiUluwral Ik firt atauld
a (KohiMiH rtM altradiua th
MuthtllWitl Niiatt Mtlr)aai
l.tul ftnia art MaOwtU).
IM ktuaai Kt.n Marti lb aviti
UM a'.bi aa) atM aa tutti.u t
Hum SieXM(. tr ik btrj t
yU I IH aiRtii "i.4
" N U' ' 4ute. ' a Ilia
kbit 4 4 (Im 4ir
liiirixliii liiic Mr. Hii)Ii'' V.ii l'iiuln.
Veast ro y ;
Hoy Chomp Ijr.amrd
Chrclitrs I 'laying "Dud"
r.usUin, Mass,, Oct. "iluiting
your dad" Is llm first step toward
tho checker championship of the
Hulled Slates, according to Asa,
Long, high school youngnter from
Toledo, .who won the highest hon
ors in the country. He siild today
that he started playing with his
father when only 13 years old and
kept playing until he could bent
Siki Heady to
Purls, Oft. 26. Buttling Siki today
instructed bin man
ager to accept l ho
challenge for a re
turn match with
and to di posit. l.'KM!
171.50) as n guaran
tee. Negotiations for
tho date and place
of llm fight will take
placn next week.
are seeking the tat
tle for Paris, it is understood that
English promoters are determined to
stage (he aflatr In London, where
numerous fans are unxlous to see the
conqueror of Joe Beckett tie with the
Jack to Use Heart
Piftich on Partner
Jack Deiripsey will demonstrate the
blows which have matin ot him a
world's champion in his vaudeville
act next week at Iho World. One
ot them will be the "heart" punch.
Jack Thompson, tho giant negro
mauler, will servo the champion in
the capacity of a punching hag.
i Tho tirpt part of Jack's act Is de
voted to humorous chatter with his
manager, Jack Kearns.
Omaha Youth F.lecletl
Captain at Northwestern
Wallace lianncr, former grid cap
tain of iho I'niversiiy of Omaha
eleven, has been elected captain of
tho freshmen team at Northwestern,
according to reports received here.
Ilanner played with (he local
Maroons last season. This year he
holds down a halfback job wtlh the
Football Games on
Slate This Week
Mnrtrlta at KalamaHiu.
t'illHirl,i III lllltista.
lUtltrll IiuIIhik at lalrmttunl.
Hirllnc til trirtiit.
, K.,inhrflrrii i Ktn. stau anrmal.
Ilrlltuilt al Mttltt Slutttl.l Nttrmal.
In klalu Trarlirr al I lhaiirlk.
smit.n wt rar..n.
Irnltul mlllam J'ts.ll.
MlMaturl llt- rtltf( st l""'t.
Mluauil WnlMH al Mar) i Ilia Tat-rl-r,
I IWr-it" kiea al I rami Wralrjaa.
Ilnltlini at I urhti.
tt HH V.
M.sriHtl al I r.iattiwa
Nana lira Wf4. aa ttaM l.alral aii
f r. a al I Iim-wIh.
..Mlh Utah al t.a. il ItlMlfv
NrknMka at I ill -.
riswalva I lt
fan! m !.
Ittlaala al Ml. fcla.
im at ! al at .MtaU
lutilla al l,Mn
M'.a.a.a !- al ItUwaa,
r.Km al ktMat lialaa,
M,.u. a I a a-
MaaatiMala! l ftlala t
s.4ta al fe--ttltai
Htt al t fittaas.
W ...!, a h,,w
t .triw.. at Iwl
4.a at I a..M
V .!. km... al Mmi
l ..at-tt SlHIaal
S..I la.1 al ll-. t -
Hal. al a
al.lalla al Is t.-
Ktl-Ml l I'. 1-4
ltaa a I a M.ia
I .ttaat a I
ta a) Ma a a. a.aaaa
alka at . ..
Il.t-t. a I -t.t
ls.. ,i .k l.iua
at iMal l aa.ia
N . M. w...
Staaaal rta.aa all I aajtaan.
I at al M la ka.aufcl
.a al -tM al Jaa
l.tWH al Utaakaajta
ataaa a M -a a
Slreii)!tli of Moroou Squad 1
Curcfully Coiu'cali'd liy Slagg
' Hrlit'WH Uest Turned
Out in Many Year.
Chicago, Oct. I'd Chicago ulll ni
ter the big lltterSH'tional footlutll
game Willi Princeton on Stagg field
here Saturday afternoon as thn "Mys
Jery team of tbr Western conference,"
tl lenm of hidden power, which Is Just
as A. AlotiKo Htitgg, the HI year old
roach of the Maroons, has planned,
.Nut one of the J.'.u.lu pemous, lucky
enough In hold a ticket for thti gallic,
could figure out tonight whether lit
Murooiis have s highly polished open
nttack tip their sleeve or whither
Stag plans to win by straight football
luetics, with a few simple play which
he bus shown In tin; three games this
Chicago triumphed over (iiorglit,
Northwestern and Purdue while In
second speed and football observers
are of the opinion' that Slngg has de
veloped one of tin hewt tennis that
ban trod the Chicago "leld In years.
Stagg Is known to be ready lo
spring surprises If necessar , Iwint
year Princeton prepared iigalnut aer
ial plav and was beaten by straight
football. This year tho easterners
Way have changed their style of de
fensive play and strengthened their
ramparts to resist the pluug'! of
Thomas nnd '.mu.
JYimiiifru and Chevrolet Set
New World's Marks in
Itaco Against Time. '.
I St. Louis. Oct. 20. IMy .A. V.)
j The five, 10, 16 and ZS-iimn lilrt track
niitouiobllo reconls established by
Harney Oldfleld, were broken here
today hy Richard N. Jennings of Pitts
burgh. Pa., accompanied by Louis
Th trials we're made on tho Max
welton track here, Ihe same track on
which Oldfleld estalilli.hed Ills record
AtigiiHt. 8, )'.!I7. Jennings' fsstcst
mile, whs negotiate! In 4.1 seconds.
Jennings covered tho five miles In
3 minutes, IS Hcbonds, as against Oltl
ficld's 3:.'3:(l; the HI miles In 7:32:1,
as agalrtKt T :.""; :S ; the 15 In 11:21:.".,
as against 12:0(1:. and the 10 In
15:20:1. as against 15:.ri2;2.
Three-timers, including Oeorgo His
ler, star of the St. Louis Anieiciin
leagtio teain. nttiled Ihey would sub
mlt nffldavils to the American Auto
mobile aHt:oi la'tlun, atlpr.llng lo the ac
curacy bf time. '
Schooner Title Is
Won by Bluenose
Gloucester, Mass., Oct. 'id. Rluc
noMt! of Canada retained th chain
piuiiHlilp ot the Atlantic fishing fleet
by defeating (he Auicr(can schooner
Henry Ford in the third race of this
year's competition hero today. Tito
liluenose finished at 3:18:47. Tho
Ford whs two m les astern.
Western Women's Golf
Body Elects Head
Chicago, Oct. 26. Mrs. l-'arlin II.
Hall of the Oak Park Country club.
Oak Park. III., today was elected
president of the Western Women's
fjolf association. The ticket headed
by .Mrs. li.tll was cleetfd.
' (ue Tilt Tonihl.
Philadelplila, la., Oct. UK. flulplt
(Ireenleaf of New Vork, -National
pocket billiard cl'.ainpion, tonight will
defend his title against P.enitlo Allen
of Kansas City, Mo., former champion,
in the first block of l. points of a
4n0 point match. The remaining points
will be played tomorrow and Saturday
. ti o i r.M -
Red Robert i the fa
mous iUr of the Danville
(Ky.) Centre college foot
bull eleven. The team ia
known throughout the
country at the "Praying
Colonels," becauie they
kneel in prayer before each
i-.T. JT' -Ai I
Tenl)-I'ie I fiiMts.ii Tiike'n t)
INuriuaii to Hiitllc Okl.i-
1 1 ' 1 1 ) a Ucvcii.
Lincoln, Oct. 2H. Coach Fred Daw
son, with 2ft huskies of the Nebraska
football sound, all in excellent physi
cal condlilon. excepting 1 '.eniulsl ,
left at noon today for Norman, Okla.,
where the Cornhnskers will engage in
a Missouri conference game with the
I'nlverslty of Oklahoma siund on Sat
urday, The foulest will be NnltraHliil's sec
ond t uiifci encu g.'.ine, ami while her
easy vlclory over Missouri last Satur
day wits looked upon by critics .us
one of the forerunning signs o an
other Missouri conference champion
ship, llllln iloiibt remains (hat the
Koiinera will give the Cornlttiskers
the Inirdest battle so far this season.
The 7 to 7 tie score in tint Oklahoma
Kansas Aggies' game of last Satur
day Im indicated to. the Nebraska
coach thnt a. hard ttsln with the
Moi'ticis' team Is a foregone con
clusion. Faced by three successive pomes
away from home, Coach Oawson,
fearing over-training and possible In
juries to players, has not indulged
the sriitad In any sci'innnago work
this week, although oilier practice
went on as usual. Cornhusker ends
were given some effective training of
a special nature this week, calculated
to surprise tho Oklahoma grlddciH.
Centre College Is Asketl
to t'lay Arjzona Uni.
Phoenix, Aria., Oct. 2D. The Phoe
nix Chamber of Commerce last night
telegraphed authorities at Centre, col
lege asking them if thry would con
filler playing n postseason football
jr.'inie against the I'nlverslty of Ari
zona in Phoenix either Christmas or
New Years, it was announced today.
for Longer I'raiiice
St. Louis', Mo.. Oct. 2H. t.'eorge I..
Ilitlt'i', director of athletics at Wash
inglon university, has had huge
senrehllghtH erected on the Pikers'
gridiron to enable the football eleven
to obtain longer dally practice. With
his team showing weakness In various
position. Uirector Hitler said he was
forced to Introduce the Illuminated
fa-Id In order to get his team in shape
for the Antes-lMissoiiri Valley confer
ence game here f-'attnday.
Cry of Midland
Team l.tisiti; in Contest ut Fro
iimiit TimI.iv Will He Him
imitetl fnnii Sl.ite (!t)ii
I I'l't IDiilit, .Nib, Oct. I'll ' IU-.lv
Pi ru" Is Ihe t iy of Midland collegit
sttiilentN us ihe pi'iinpi-cts of brine-
n ( the Ntbiask.'l fonlhall cinifi riiica
i liiiiiiploUHhip in the Lutheran ap
pear brlgh'i r. ,
Coach Chit Wynne ii pulling tha
finishing touches on hi sqii.id for thn
clash with the Pinivlaiis Friday. The
content w II bring togeihir two t)f
the si I'liiiuist tiiiitis in Ihe itinferencti
and cue or the oilier will have In
abandon chaiii into hip uspliatlons al
llm result 'of lint b.llllc,
Fnni'iiit ill. I fans r i-m It iiHi.iat It
over lite opportunity of bilng.ng the
hoiiiiis lo .Mi'llaml and I reinoiit this
car and linllciitlons point toward an
iiCiiiiliim f 2.00U at tits PerilMid-
land game 1'; ,
With Captain Horn at iiuarter,
Coach Wynne pri.lmbly will start
fioodsill and llruiinliig nt ItalfH and
"Map" Adams at full. Nixon mid II ir
ltd im are nl.iicl in hold down the wing;
pi'Stloit'i, with l.ockslroiii nnd Ltis-
hel al Hie tackles. Ijumler llli'l T.
I lot n w ill probably fill in at guards,
while l.athron Is slated for the pivot
pcsitlmi. li'illoll, last year's cutter
and fuulisH taikle. will Im on thn
sidelines In cnicr the fray nt any
moment, In mldlllon lo severnl other
i:oot im n who have deviloprd won
dcrfiilly In the past few weeks.
Prim eton, N. J Oct, 28. The line
up of lli Princeton football eleven,
which will open the game Willi Chi-
into university on Katurday In the
Windy city,, has practically been de
termined, according to Coach Pill
lioper. Thoso tentatively selected
(lornitin, riuurter; Cleaves, fullback;
Crurn and Kmery or Caldwell, half
backs; 'rent and Baker, tackles;
Dickinson (captain), and Snlveriy,
The remnlnlriir three positions ara
undecided, choice for renter resting:
between Alford or tlrlffln, with prob
ably (iray ami Tlltson as ends.
I Final practice was held this morn
ing. Tho sound of 3ft men, four
coaches and three managers waa to
depart on a special train at 4:55
p. in. for-Chicago.
A light, workout will be held on
f-tagg Held Friday afternoon.
U. S. Agents Wage
War on Scalpers
flikitgo, Oct. "6. With every seat
to the I'nlverslty of Chicago-Prince-ton
game sold and thousands of dis
appointed fans frying to find a way
to witness tho game, government
ugeafs today renewed with vigor their
ilrivii against ticket scalpers preying
on football enthusiasts.
K, J. Pushy and Frank Srhafcr
were arrested by deputy United States
marshals charged with lmvlng sold
mckels (o the Princeton game at US
cu ii anu laiuiig 10 Biamp name anu
price on the backs of lha paste
Wins Feature Race
Omaha, Itor Leaked N Ire.
New York. Oct. 25. Kred Purlcw
npiT.HK a surprise on the wise ones
here today, when his brown colt, Irish
lirigadl"!', upt-ct all calculations by
nnneNlng the Lexington handicap,
which waa an ovi might handicap nnd
Ihe fist l ii re of the card at Kmpii-e
City race truck. Itittli Hiigadier was
nni'ted S to 1 In the bcttinf and waa
ridden by Merimee.
Von alua knew
llicy uca liciicr
lxrv a Mini TaMt Ua
a-an.. r l lai
at-a.4 a tl.slaaata.
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