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Trouble With Most Basket Ball Teams Is Lack of Good Teamwork
THE SUNDAY HEK: OMAHA. DECEMBER
Team Play Is Only Kind of Play
That Counts in Game-Work Ball
Down Floor Is Advice of Veteran
New Turk, Dec, I. Maurice l!on
enld, v ho is familiar with all th
NJiftr of bani-bull, say ihert I hard
ly a bukit bill tum t hut dni-si) t
mult om pri-tension to Uuiii-work,
biit tho troubl with mnt t,l Ihcm In
(hut lUty rlcirt't pretend. rnouKh. Too
many May, when tbey -rt hre
tliy think tliey huv trcii-tri eiioujli
to mako tliA shot, try It. disregarding
tli ntln-r tJiiMnhfrH of the team, who
limy be, iimj usuuliy ure, cloaer lo the
It to a well In listen to the aide line
cunbes win yell "sliOot," bill that
l.lN'J cif basket bull dm-tii'l w in game.
'I'lu re tire few men In basket bull who
ere mi re slmis beyond the center of
the floor. Anil Hit are very few
ui'i'iiakirie when a limit li"t la nee-ihhiii-v
i,r useful. Of course. In the
lnMt f,w in, nuii x i tt l'luy, vniu the
nwmii leimi inti'i'puMliiK it five-man
iofi.i, iuiv nidy a well throw ouu
t on lo the wind, tuni'li ua a fighter
In the IiihI rowiifj with everything
HKlllllHt 1 1 1 II I Ull'l Hi? hn til') lout,
throw everything Inlo hie glove unci
Roen in wide iipi'ii,
Tetuii I'liy ounl.
Tenm piny in Hie only kind of (ilay
tlml ioiiiiU in bimki-l bull. Work (he
ball down the floor until one of your
men Ikin a fiilr 'hiinco. I'un the
bull. The crowd liken lo . n pnsslng
khiii", mid while they limy give the
h'i(i ho make h lung ahot a li.'ind.
lliy ul no give hlni llio royiil rastz If
It tiike (uuriige lornetlmee to ua
the Uill to amne one rice to mike
Hie li.'iKket, when you feci eure that
you b'iVD thw two little point right
In your hand. Hut If a. better feel.
InK at the end of the game to know
(hut It wu your puss that put the
Kfjtne on Ire. I'erhap come t!me we
nrny liuve a system of flooring In ama
teur bosket bull Hint will give the man
who mude the final paa to the cor
1 1 ik player credit for An lt us the
proffH'onri rule, ullow, although the
aunweHtlon will probably brlnjj forth
(.'roan of dlnBUHt from official uma
one renaon for lack of teum-work
In ao many iiulntetii la the practice
of pi'tting In mi outsldo pliiyer or two
for Impoilnnt giimes. It I a poor
practice. The imported player 1 usu
all out to acore all the banket he
can and l usually unwilling to follow
aiKMulM, Tt doesn't make the regular
riieniber of the team who ha been
(ildiibm! feel uny too pood to see
aotiieone flee in hi place and it 1 apt
to hurt hi work in succeeding game.
Tick Team from Regular.
Pick your learn from your regular
and stick to them. If you are losing
frames practice oftenei nmi harder,
J nut cud of atutidlng round In a ring
ahootlng nt the basket, run up and
down the floor passing the ball and do
ing nothing else. Leave the (hooting
until you can handle the ball. There
ore many good sliol playing on the
average teunl, but when they get the
liu.ll In a hurry they are lost, and no
la I ho ball, usually right where ome
opponent chii pick it up with, a clenr
di-ll.hle to the oilier end of the court.
The AiliriclHlly Made I.n Decatur
Will Mean Much to NportBincn.
Kvery timo wo hear about a group
of public. Bplrlted citizen getting to
gether and f'StuhliHhing a, fish pre
nerve or a gnnie refuge we feel like
hinging out the slad new, becuuae
we auro do need "them" Uilnga in this
Htute. And It always means better
hnhlng and better hunting in the long
run whether these places are eatab
liahed. Decatur, III., la the latest commu
nity to get its mime on the roll, as
the real sportsmen of that city have
taken It upon their shoulder to main
tain the newly created Lake Decatur
as a fish preserve and a bird refuge.
Definite action by the state has been
taken to st aside the lake as a pre
serve and renting plaoe fnr birds and
ePlIcinls of the game and fish com
nilKtuoii have been cooperutlng in ev
ery way ponlble.
The origin of Decatur lake in rather
Intel-eating. The town of that name
hus alv,')VB depended upon the Sanga
mon river for its water upply and of
bile i:ars It has l-een inadequate. So
It becume necessary to impound a suf
ficient amount of witter for the grow
ing city s use and a dam was planned
tint would back up enough water to
cjer O00 acres. The whole project
baa cost more than $J 000,000 and
vheu the lake Is formed at the SI0
foot level, the height of the dam above
sea level, the rity will have rl"ty ft
ater. L'nter now the real sportsmen,
the ral laiK Vsitoti and other OUt
ilooriien. They wanted to eMih
l.ke IWjtur a aanclutry for ml
giiory w.tifl, The game wardens
re niMtn-lio and so were the
i iy if. :! b'.l in lu.e with the distiml rlasxe of men. Val a whno
id4 and f.nally rtnal a Hon by the ihm)ion pugditt must ovt4rlly
nuie til liken bv liuh the Ukeif.gM all t-omex. The moment he be
w io,..l refuse fr waterfowl, ,..v j gin tit diaw the color line h rsases
(d. i s lo t" A Wait -f I"anir, I to b world t hsr.-.pion.
i',oiM..4a vf J.i-Ks h4ve al.ghtrtt en "ro long there are vt.a.npn nhli
U ltV tins full, aithuutili It i rot
i ar Ui. h a II Will b ty ll ll.g
ti-,' 4i the b.rd hv a rting priuea of the whit mail ta nr
v i, it,. i t"v, v will rvl t-e in I mIIv fiore acute than thai of la ee
i. I. , limn tu t.ih fur the -ntl and j . the white mut eeriiy f.ght,
tii.it .h.vi.i'kj f r t! d.k'n a rr or lt tfre. at a
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Fatnvus Eli Football
Eleven of 1892 llohh
Reunion in IScw York
A remurliibl football reunion
M lielS at the IniTeralty club In
New Vork when Ilia Survivor of the
late leant of I "91, raplained by
Vanes McComilrk, were brought lo
gel her as Mr. MrCormlck' uel.
This Hi the famou Yale team
that defeated Harvard, (o 0, on
Hampden park, Jut 34 year ago.
Kenldea McOrnilrk, who played
luirterhark, leant a rmnMied of
I'liil Mtilliiian, now New York
hanker, st renter; Jim MrCrra, inn
of Priinnylvanla railroad preal-di-nf
and llalpli Hlckok, holder of
truck and itelght throwing rerun)
In Intercollegiate compel it Ion, si
guard; Hamilton Wallin and YVallie
Winter a tactile! Krank Hlnkry
and Jark drernway a end; Krank
llultrrwortti wa fullback, and Lau
rie and ( llfTord (Pop) lllla as half
hack. Georges Doesn't
Know How to
George; Bernard Shaw Says
Dethroned Champion Has
Much to Learn About
Iy K. A. WIt.YV.
Interiialteoal News Nenlre Staff feirc-
London, Dec, 2. George Kerruird
Shaw hus changed hi opinion of Car
pentler since seeing the picture of the
tight between the Krenchmun and
"I think Curpenlicr dot-a not know
how to fight a negro and lias a great
deal to learn from him." Thus he
summed up his impression in an In
"SIM made nothing of Carpentier's
Inns' shots, vgjilch made even Dernpsey
look serious. Slkl not only understood
the art of getting away and being hit
by a 'spent bullet only, but, like all
negroes, he did what no white man
dar do met a straight lead by drop
ping hi head neatly and receiving the
shock on the ridge of his eyebrow,
where la made as much Impression as
a mushroom on a mlnotaur and jarred
the assailant most diseouraglngly.
Carp Hit Hard.
"Almost any white pugilist of SIkl's
build would have . been down and out
half a dozen times from the punches
that Carpentler got home, but they
did not worry the bhick for a moment.
When he took a count of seven he
was calmly resting on one knee, bolt
upright from hip to shoulder, Juat
unuslng himself. Ills in fighting did
not seem t,o be much more effective
than Carpentier's; that is, it was n
effective at all. Dernpsey, I shuodl
sny, would kill htm at that game. The
decisive blows were all whole-arm
"Siki hus all the negro qualities as
a pugilist touehnesa about the head.
trickiness and speed on his feet (much
cleverer and quicker than Carpentler)
and the characteristic negro combina
tion of romantic pluck and good hu
mor, lie was at no disadvantage with
the Frenchman in the matter of mor
ale, and if Carpentler geta a return
match with him he will have to take
him much more seriously.
"The finish was perfectly fair. Sikl's
leg wa between Carpentier's legs,
and the film does not show where
SIkl's right landed. I eupono it was
on Carpentier's back; but there was
no question of a wrestling trip.
But never mind. Civilisation will
survive the downfall of thu.whito man
in this fight. America pulled through
the crisis, and Africue remained tran
null when Johnson beat Jeffries."
Jcffery l'urndl, famous author, has
also given his impresxlona of the
"Carpentler, as usual." he says,
"started In too soon and. with his
usual airy tactics, apparently de
spised his opponent, lie gave a
scandalous opening In the third
round, pf which Stkl took advantage,
and Carpentler was never the samo
"I think that not only was he
shaken by this blew, but that he was
utterly confused by the o'her tian
mentality, II seemed to fee up
against new experience.
"As to the general ques'iou whether
the w hite man strnuld f ght the tla k,
on khnuld discriminate between the
oer and the fgliter two, entirely
ila-tlea whit H1 f gt.1 M. Ik and
! tik white, but c.,if that the tun-
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Central High school's state football championship hopes were going up higher
at the season, progressed, but all of a sudden the Nebraska State Board of Control
punctured the Purple's hopes for a championship by ruling McDermott ineligible.
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Closing National Amateur Meet
to "Unknowns" Causes Protests
Opponents of "Closed" Tour-1
ney Say Ruling Is Unfair to
Young Stars Who Arc
Just "Coming on."
No chance for some unknown st al
io win the next national amateur
golf title at odda of 100 to 1 in tho
pools. The reason la that no 100 to 1
shots will be eligible to play next
summer at Flossmoor.
Jimmy Btandlsh of Detroit, who
came near annexing the tltlo several
years ago when he himself sold In
the pools at about DO to 1 and who is
now chairman of the committee on
eligibility, announced that tho next
championship will be much in the na
ture of a "closed corporation," with
all the known cracks eligible and tho
Already th,ls decision has resulted
in much dissension and many good
golfers who never enter the big stakes
themselves are resenting tho ruling
that keeps out the lads who are just
Suppose such a ruling had been ap
plied last year and even this year,
and where would Jesse Sweetser and
Gene Sarazen be? Nobody credited
either of these golfers, who hold the
amateur and open titles, respectively,
with a chance to reach their present
The public gets tired of tlin old
ones in golf Just ss they do in boxing,
billiards or any other sport where
competition la restricted to the well
known players. The public ulwuys
"pulls" for some dark horse to come
in and upset the tltleholder. That is
why the victories of Sarazen and
Sweotser wero so popular wit 1 the
There is always a chance for some
brilliant but unknown star to come
through with flying colors. One haa
only to cite John Ulack In the open
and the victories of Cyril Tolley and
David Ilerron. Neither Tolley or Her
ron were considered great before they
won the British and I lilted State
litis and a a matter of fact neither
h'i been much, good ince. They
imply "hd their year "
The same kind of move la on to
l.ep down the eligibility l!t for the
rofenslonal who will tight for tiara,
ten's i-rown st Worcrt-r next jr.
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Minneapolis, Dec. 2. (By A. P.)
The University of Minnesota In all
probability will assemble a stronger
basket ball combination this year than
the team which last winter won the
first five straight games, only to lose)
the last seven contests.
The veterans of the varsity quintet
and five first team substitute to
gether with more than a dozen other
candidates, will give Dr. L. J. Cooke,
basket ball coach,, ample material
from which to draw. Regular prac
tice will not begin until the latter purt
of November, Dr. Cooke said, be
cause of the many men who are on
the football squad. Until then It in
Impossible to learn the capabilities of
Ids men, the coach said today, but
several of the individual players are
rated as of fine basket ball caliber.
Jludy Hultkrans, captain and guard,
and Harold Severlnson, forward,
members of last year'a varsity five,
will form the nucleus of Dr. Cooke'
team, around which it is hoped to
bullld tip a strong Gopher basket ball
combination. Ray Ecklund, football
luminary. Is said to be as good at
the basket game, and probably will
he Peverlnson's partner at the other
forward. Karl Schjoll, track . and
fuotball arsily man, Is the strongest
contender for center, having been tho
regular Gopher center two years ago.
Louis fiross, also a football war
rior, and a substitute guard last year.
Is believed to be In line for tho re
maining trua I'd position.
liergslund, Sullivan, Sinclair and
Olson, other substitutes of last oar,
are on the basket ball squad, a are
t'ox. Peaek and Becker, other candi
dates. Minnesota will -play three prelimi
nary game prior to Its first confer
ence contest with Michigan on Janu
Tank Records Fall.
Puffalo, D V. -Johnny Welsmul
lr made new worlds records in the1
4n)rd dh sod tl tlO jard un- i
nilng eient, and Mim btl Vauer 1
lowered her re-rd f'T the IWmeti-r.
bark siroke to I Tt. i
New York, Dec. 2. Dave Rosen
burg, middleweight boxer, who Thurs
day lost to Mike O'Dowd on a foul,
was suspended for 30 days.,
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TweK e Aspirants Working Out
Daily Uiidt-r Captain Foval
Three Letter Men of
I,Ht Year, Hack.
Manhattan, Nail., Dec. I'.-tlJy A
r.h C'spt. Kuval r'ovul, Wlnfleld
Kan., Is holding daily workouts with
Kansas Aggie cagers, although ev
erul of the basket bull men are on the
football squad and will not fl released
until after (he game with Texas
Christian university here. Ted Cur
tis, basket bull coach, I freshmen
football coioii, and I unnble to de
vote much attention to the indoor
sport at the present stage of the
Letter basket ball men on the foot
ball varsity 'uad are II. l. Woblier,
Dodge ("'Ky and Ray D. Iluhii, Clay
Center, football oaplalu, boll) guard
on the Afcgl varsity five. Arthur
Poolen, Klnmundy, Illinois; L. S.
Muun, Norton, und Harold t.illnian,
Sallna, all of last yours' freshman
buaket bull team, are. on. tho football
squad. Munn I a guard und Dnolen
and Olllniun ar forwards.
Moro thrill a dozen men urn unend
ing the dolly practices under ('apt.
V'oval. Andy McKee, Manhattan; V.
C. lleslea, Wichita; p. t Itumold.
Manhattan; F'red Hchullz, Wathena,
are out for center. McKoe Is n letter
tnao from last year. Il-.-alea wus on
the squad of tho past noiison and the
other men were freshmen.
For gunrIs Cspt. Koval bus J. F.
Gartner, Manhattan; R. C. Lane, Kan
sas City, Mo.: and L. O. Slnderson,
baseball captain-elect, Manhattan. Hln
demon is from lust year's equad, Gart
ner from the freshmen, and I-une, al
though a Jtmlor In college, Is a tiew
K. R, Bunker, Kansas City, Mo,; C.
ft, Long Hutchinson; and Loraine
Statel, Garden City, are forward
from yearlings of last season. V. II.
Bradley, Wlnfleld, was a member of
the '19-'20 freshmen, but was not in
school Just year. L. W, GrotJiusen,
Ellsworth, played In several of last
year' game and M. Dobson. Win
gleld, 1 a letter man from last year.
All these candidate for forward ure
American Regatta at
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In addition to the annual Child cup,
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stretch of water May 26, bringing to
gether a great nrray of collegiate
crews, The July 4 regatta will be tho
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Tried on in
Nebraska-Notre Dame Game
Main Topic of Gossip Here
If you have any sprig of football
laurel around loo, chip tn along to
Lincoln, Nb , the sleepy little cupllul
of Nebraska, that houses ono id tho
i;r' iit'-st football teams of Hie count ry.
No matter what may happen In
these ebbing duy of old John Pig
skill of 1!C'.', It cannot be denied that
tho Hunkers. Willi tho sculp of Noire
Damo dungllng from their, belt, bnvn
eclipsed anything that anyone else
ha shown this e-',isoi In this section
of the wood.
Nebrusku' schedule wusn't soft.
It picked out oine tough lulus Mis
souri, Kunsas and Syracuse hMng
oniong the group. It lost to Hra
cuse. but if the two I nuns played
today, It's dollars to (Jout,iinuln that
the Cornhuskers wduld emerge vic
torious. When the Ilusker scribbled tho
word "finis' on their 1922 football
curd by bunding Notre Dame h nifty
IfimmltiK, 1 to fl, tight then and
then; Nebraska, followers slood on
(In lr loea and proclaimed to the wide,
wldo world that tight out liecn among
the cornfields wo have ouo of the
greatest teams of Hid season.
Noire Dumo was outweighed by Ne
brusku, Notre Dame was nut weighed
by the Army, but iniinagcd lo hold
tho soldiers to u tie. Notre Pamowa
mil weighed by Georgia Tech, but still
succeeded in defeating ibis slroiig
southern eleven. The sum" Is true
of Curncglo Tech and Noire Daino.
The latter won by 1 to n.
Why? Hccuuse Noire liamo litis
what Is known us tlio football ''fight "
The South Lender hud tins "fight" In
the game with Nebraska, but they
met a team that displayed as much if
not more "fight" than Nolro imme.
Coach Iloi-kne teams are noted for
their tricky plays, forward passing
und the like.
When the statistics were plvt-n out
that Nebrusku outweighed Notre
Dumo, follower of the South Rend
eleven just remarked: "Well, Notre
Dante has bucket! up against nenvy
teams before, but. won beacues of Its
ability to forwurd pass."
Notre Dame did pass against Ne
EXCLUSIVE MOTION PICTURES OF
THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL GAME.
Starting Today Strand Theater
DAM AC DA TITO
I Hill VI mill?
brusku, but II wu tiot until the ihltd
quarter (hut tho Invaders, threw pas
uftr pirn; threw some of 'i m wildl
and finally completed ono that i
suited in a touchdown, N bi'iod.ii was
schooled In Hin nit of blinking up
pusM-a and they bloke 'em up, but
when a I'-iiin throw 1 1 1 1 l .-. uinpiy
pasties It l SUIC to conii,lil some,
N.itiv lii did this lull. i unit and
scored u touchdown.
That the Ilusker were well roaehed
In nil department of tho gunii wu
evident early Iti the contest, Tho N
bruidi.i line iiiiirc, us a unit and
charged low. Notre I Mime tackled
high Ik-iuiish of the low charging
Ilusker line. The Interference given
the Nebraska man blKKlutf tlio ball
when uu en. I run wa attempted wu
oim of Hm f-ature of til" gum.
The gntmi Is being replayed try ll
who witnessed the content. Football
enthusiast ins high In their praise of
the Ilusker bnektleld Slid linemen,
They lielii-VH Wrllcr to bo Oil a Pr
with any ricllo In the country, nd
declare Hint Captain ll.uilev, Dave
Noblo and Lewellcn ran hold their
own with any .bncklleld tn'n of th
While Wcller' woik on the line
stood out bend and shoulder Nhova
the. other linemen, I ho playing of
Adolph W'eMlie at the oilier tackle and
S. hochpel am) Lou Hchmcr on the
wing deserve lunch credit. For
without thesu player together with
Lcrqulst and Lnss. lt, Hie two guards,
and Peterson, center, the backfield of
Nebraska could not plow through the
Notre Dam line. It wu these lluo
meii who inudo the holes for Mi back
and broke through (he South Lend
Una time after time end threw the
man with Hie bull for a loss.
Nebraska will mis such player M
llarlloy, Sehetfr, Wi-ller, Sehorppel,
Wenke, Preston and liussell next
year, These grldsters helped put Ne
braska on Hie grid map tbl year and.
their loan lo the squad will be a hard
blow to the il)23 (cam.
Some of Hie former pnlaces In so
viet Russia ore to bo transformed In
to homos for poor children.
$35 and $45.
Is Union Made.
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