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THE OMAHA DAILY lUvE: SlXUAY, 2s OV "EMBER
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These are the most perfect types of
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noxt 10 days.
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Selections from "The
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$50 Small Top Delivery
$E0 laundry Cart
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I Vehicles Stored During
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January 1st We Move Into the Old Bennett Building
H. E. FREDRICKSON
LOCK IS WITH DES MOINES
Bafty Gifti Itwani Viotrj Ovir 0mh
YOUNGSTERS PLAY A TIPTOP EXHIBITION
'liilnl Scor- la ! Two Clmnrr I'ohiln
nml Jlnth Trnnm Como u wltli
riyliiK rolom Prnffilil'n
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Nov. !. (Special Telo
Kiara.) West Dea Moines Hlfih school de..
feated the Omaha IHsh school boys In one
of the hardest-fought and best all-round
KameH ever played here, 2 lo 0. There was
fierce tackllnB all throiiRh on both ldo
and tho opposlns players literally fought
tho gamo out In a most desperato way.
None of tho college games have been moro
Interesting or better contested.
It was a short g&mo, the halves being
twenty minutes each. Two of tho players
were Injured. Tenfold of tho visitors was
thrown and trampled upon nnd his Jaw
badly Injured. Ho was placed under earn
of n doctor and It Is believed bis Jaw has
been, fractured. Ilalllett, for tho homo
club, was also .Injured und had to retire.
The only scoring was done In the last half
within a mlnuta nnd n half of the opening.
Dch Moines kicked off lo K.nglehardt, who
made a return of eight yards from thn'
goal line. On tho llrst scrlinmago Omaha
lost control of tho ball aud It rolled bo
hind tho Omahu goal lino, wbero Englo
haidl fell upon It and It was hold ther-;
by Des Moines, thus making a 'safety and
There was no other chance for a score
In tho game and every movement through
out was well timed. Tho feature of the
gamo was the hard tackling for both Hides
and even leum work Tho best tackling
was by Jordan, Dutler. Damon, Knglchnrdt.
Kalrbrother: but the ground gainers for
Omaha were Stcrrlkcr. Coryell and Stand
even. Dcs Moines hail the best of It on
punts all through, but niacin Utile by It.
Englchardt and Shields hardly ever marto
a return from the punts.
There was much life nnd spirit to the
came and every nolnt wns well cared for on
both sides. Duller and Knglehardt. as cap-
tains, managed the Held work ndinlrably
and plays on both sides wero freely up
plaudcd by the crowd. Tho referee was
Hurt Main nnd umpire Dr. Tierce. Lineup.
ago. Its defensive work wnt good nnd tho
flirce line bucks of Miguel, Dnlne and
Oliver wero repentedly mopped with
Kcarcely n suln. The Indian Interference)
wiir smashed picttllv by I. Knnsas haiven
and luckles, and tho rcu men made few
gains round the Kiinsnn ends. The Kan
hiiiis hit tho Indian lino furiously anil gains
ot from four to eight yards were P'gtihn'
occurrences. l.outhmi on the timilem,
llriimmage nnd Vincent on tho incUle rioss.
Ducks nnd Morrlnon on the Htrnlght lino
buck mnd" good gains, ami several time It,
seemed as If tho red men were In the air.
It was a bucking gaum; few end runs wero
tried nnd those made wero not long.
MrCnrtney . ..
.1.. K. U. K.
.1.. T. U. 'P..
.1.. O. R. IS..
.it. i'".'!.. n..
It. T. I.. T.
Dutler (eap.).l,. II. it.
Jordan It. II. It.
Kraetsch J. H.
I,ons K. II.
I.. (! ..
it. II. n.
i.. ii. it.
. . Thompson
. .. Htnmlnven
Co rye I
V. It.. Knglehardt (e)
BUCKS ARE BETTER BUCKERS
KniifciiN 'Vnrll- llo I,omi on Tni,ll"i
(hill Arc HiinUoII IiiiIIiiiih'
I.AWIIKNCK. Kan., Nov 0.-(Speclnl Tel-eci-imi.l-The
Ilnskell liullaii foot li.ill team
won h closely contosleil game from the
I'nlvoislty of Kunsas team this aflernoon
on McCook llidd. The score was IS to i.
but tho game was a great deal closer than
the score l mi leu tea. two or llie tiiuians
toiiehdnwns were made on runs of forty
1 and llfty yards by Italne, the big Indian
I tackle, and outside of theso two long gains
the pnlo luces made as much ground as
I thrtr fast opponents. Captain Jenklnstn
I of Kansas made a great thlrty-yanl dash
' on a. Ilnely directed iiuartcrback kick by
I'llder, and ll Is to this play that Kansas
1 owes Its touchdown.
I Kansas showed wonderful Impiovement
( since tho game with Washburn thrso weeks
Kcllx 1.. K.
Tomahawk ....I.. T.
Dubois ..: I.. O.
Halno U. T.
Ited water It. O.
Archlfiuelte ...Q. H.
Haas I.. II. II.
Kallls-Ollvcr 11. II. H.
Jllgue: V. U
... Nof singer
It. T Druintuage
I.. T.. Vlncent-llrown
t. II. It. .
I.. II. IJ..
.. .. Klder
Touchdowns: Dnlne .i). Kallls, Urummae.
Goals from touchdown: Kallls ('J), Ualn '.
Time: Thlrty-tlvo and twenly-elght-mlnute
SOUTH OMAHA DIES GAME
I, ones tti the Nolillcr Alter ll Kuril
Mingiclc Uy -.'I
coughing. Stop it at
once, before it gets
the start of you. Stop
it with Ayer's Cherry
2k., Sic., St. J, C. AYTR CO., Lawtll, Mui.
The South Omnha foot ball team was
defeated by tho Tenth Infantry Saturday.
J3 to fi. The South Omaha team was nmb r
a treat disadvantage, being outweighed
almost thirty pounds: lo tho man, but till
great excess in weiguc niu not Keep ino
South Omaha boys from holding the so'
dtcrs time and again for downs. When ihe
Torklown bovs cot the ball they made good
gains through the heavy line of the soldiers.
Houtn umalia scoreu me nrsi loucnuown
ufter ten inliuiteH of hard play, Orch'ird
making a tnirty-yani run to tne goal, .mc
Donalil kicked cnnl. Tho Kort team score I
ti touchdown In the llrst half lust us time
was called. In tho second half- tho exces
sive weight mui better condition of the
Holdlcrs wore the South Omaha learn out
ii ml the soldiers succeeded In scoring Hires
tnuclulowiis. I'aptaiu van vieit Kicued t no
nmilH. Reeves and Vun Vlelt were thn
stars for the Kort team. Mueup:
KOftT CnOOK-Ct li-SOl'TU OMAHA.
Mordaunt O. L. O..
Tompktti . J. T.,
I'm ;.. i,, r,.,
Ileeves J. .
Powell I., H. U. It. II. Ii. .
Olehl It. 11 H. U. II. It...
Vnn Vlelt.. . K. H. V. D
'rime: Twenty-minute halves.
Ackermau l inpire: bcnai rer.
RED OAK SARJNGS ARE BENT
Mil ml I'll Well, hill Vol Well I'.noiluli
.Kniiist Lincoln IIIkIi Si'IiiioI's
QUAKERS CRUSHED TO EARTH
PenmyWania Snffjis Memoabls Dofeit tt
WOODRUFF'S NEW TRICK PROVES FUTILE
IliiiriiiicU ( nrcjlna Ihe Hull MeclH On
oiinilnu 4 ci 1 ii in ii ullh 1 1 1 ltniU
Seel.lnu In 'I'm lis for IMb
xUIn Id I'iiI Iciikiic,
THIl.ADi:i,TlIIA. Nov. 0. Harvard this
afternoon, on Kranklln field, administered
to the Unherilty of Pennsylvania one of
the worst defeats the latter has experienced
since It hns been In the front rank In the
foot ball world The final score was: liar
vard, 33; Pennsylvania. !.
Harvard scored twenty-two points In the
first nnd cloven in the second half, while
Pennsylvania scored six point In the llrst
half. This single touchdown was a gift
of Marshall, Harvard's quarterback. Itoy
nolds kicked tho ball to Harvard's twenty
yard line, whero Marshall fumbled It.
Mitchell gathered It In and ran about twenty
yards for a touchdown.
After this Pennsylvania's chances of scor
Ing rould not bo considered seriously. Once
they wero near enough to Harvard's goal
to try a goal from plnccmcnt, but the ball
Km I In to Him oliillnnlrc.
Tho new play which Coach Woodruff had
evolved will not revolullonliQ foot ball, as
claimed by tho Inventor. It was tried
twice In tho game and failed. The piny
Is for the quarterback to pass tho ball to
the halfback, who, Just as ho reaches tho
line, turns nnd strikes tin opposing for
wards with his back. At this Juncture tho
other halfback comes nlong and. taking the
ball, dives Into the lino In tho same man
ner. Ily the time this second halfback
got Into tho line today he was pinned down
beneath nbout 1,000 pounds ot brawn and
Harvard did not attempt to nso any
tricks today; It was jnnecessary. Only
the stralKhtORt kind of foot ball was played
ami tho brilliant end runs, which wero
used lo such advantage by tho Harvard
eloven last year at Cambridge, were not
In evidence. It was a ctralght lino-bucking
In only one riepaitnicnt of the game did
Pennsylvania hold Us own. This was In
punting. Reynolds clearly outklckcd -Tut-
nam. who was doing the kicking for liar
HARVARD -.Tl i 0. PENXSVI.VAN'IA
Campbell (c.) I,. K. R E (Snrdlner
iilaguen and i
Wright T..R. T Donaldson.
tint yd nn
Ij. K..Metgar, Thom
as and I, tides.
Q. 11 Howard
K. II. II.. Uille.HnonK
I.. II. II Reyno ds
K. D.. Davidson (c.i
Gntydon (Si. Putnam (1),
from touchdowns: Cutis
Time: Thirty-live mln-
CREIGHT0N WINS A HARD GAME
I'nlior to n Nnffty, the Only
I'll I ii In Srorcil In tin
LINCOLN. Nov. 0. (Special.) In a slow
but stubbornly fought game the Lincoln
High school eleicn defeated the team from
Reil Oak la., 17 to 0 on tho university
campus this afternoon, Tim visitors ap
ncircri Ninnlt anil iinilerf Izeil. but Miclr nlav-
lng surpassed anything brought to bear
against the Lincoln High school this year
Slowness about getting Into tho game char
acterized both elevens and tho contest was
somewhat disappointing from the bleacher
point nl view, The features of the game
,weie two long end runs by llagey and 12.
Fullmer. The lineup was as follows;
LINCOLN-17. 0-RKD 0K.
Mason L. H ll, 11. .. .J. Houghton
Klelds L. T.-R. T Kpps
Lesh . . . I- " lU. O 1'r.vor
Johnson C C Sllnsnn
Hall It. tl.,1.. Casey
Klmmell II. T.'L. T It. Roberts
It. KnTmer It. N. L. K PllUlugtou
Darnlck . ...W. D.IQ. D Clark
K. Kollnier (Cl.L.II.D. It. II. Dillon
llawley .. R. 11 11, L. II. H. . . II. Hough
Hagey H.F. D Koons
Referee: Condrn. I'midre: Pearfon.
Dargslns of every dcicrlptlon on the want I
cd, rage. 1
In Health and Disease
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W. COURTNI Y, . S. Sc..
! P. O. rrnr ftS. Uulfalo. S. ,
TADOIt. In., Nov. H.-lSpeelnD-The foot
ball teams of Crelghton university -mil
Tabor college lined up hcie this uftei
noon In one of the fiercest battlrs over
seen on a gridiron In this vicinity.
Crelghton won the toss and Tnbor kicked
off to Kuray, who made fifteen yards. Tho
nan was auvrineed into Timor h territory.
Item Tabor held Cielghton for downs, but
after the Prohibitionists had Ulrd ,i few
plays Crelghton regained the ball.
Then, by a series of line plunges, Crelgh
ton advanced the Drill to within a tew
inches of the goal line. Here n dispute
nrose aud Tabor was given tho ball.
Crelghton's men broke through and downed
the ball fully live yards behind the goal
line, thus scoring two points for Crelghton.
Hero Tabor kicked from the twent)-flvo-yard
linn and ufter u lew minutes of play
time was called with the ball In Tabor's
territory. Score, 2 to 0,
The ball remained In Tailor's territory
nnd dangerously near tho goal the whole
of the second half.
This half was characterized by hard
playing on both sides and ended with thn
ball In Crelghton's poi.esslon on Tabors
live. yard line, neither side scoring, l.lpeup:
C 1 1 1: 1 C. I IT O N--2. (f TAHOIl
Schopi L. ll. R. K Davis
Roberts L. T. R. T Ilausi !
Loofbourrow ....L. O.iR. O Gerhmau
gains hut six times and ibelr punting wai
poor. Illinois got the diurgo on every play
lllld showed more iIiihIi with u mntr. nn
I tackle piny It went through Iowa's linn I
I HI will. Staylc mid Llndgren were tui-ei
(gainers. The Illinois men were In im
MOinlltlon and ployed Iowa olT Its feel i
from the start. Iowa's varied attacks on I
the line were futile, but It sometime-!
gained ground around Illinois right end.
Stahl whs the star of Ihe day. Ire-
inenilj making ion and lifteon- nrd
plunges nnd long end runs. Jones, who
played quarter Instead of Williams, plived
well on defensive nnd often saved iou"h
downs when he was Inst man lo the goal.
The day was Ideal. Two thousand people
saw the game. Lineup:
I Cook L. H. R. K Maiesll
I Dundy L. T. R. T Durrler
Stahl L. O. R. O Kalrwealhei
I Lowenthnl C. C DrlggH
Doiid ii. i-;. i,. : .seiberi
Llndren IC) II. T. L. T Coullliard
Kalrweather ..It. O. L. O llolleiibeci,
Mrundage L. II. Ii. it. II. ll AVattern
Hutton R II. II. L. II. D Wllkhn
McKlnley Q, 11. ij II lones
Darker K. U. K. U Macy
LINCOLN MEDICS" FAIL TO PASS
lloane Propniinil Pool lltill I'iiiIiIcoin
Ton All linccd fill' Their
Visitor In o!ve.
Cresnniio and Sllth )ilayeil
for the Mediis. Lineup:
A. Ta lor
I'miilpf.. Mi.l.i ii. -a...
men: llulght nnd Stewart.
Perry mid Ilnnies.
CRKTK. Neb.. Nov. :i.-Speeal T-le-gram.
i Dnnim walked all over the L'ninn
Medics hoie today before a large, cnlhui
nstlc crowd. A week ugo thee le.un-i
started play at Lincoln, but rain stoppc t
the game In the ilrsl half, with the score
ii to 0 In Doane's favor. The Medlrs aked
for another game and today Domic won,
til to 0.
The enmo was full of tpcotnriilHr ihi
nnd Dunne showed Its superloi-lly In exer.
department of the game. Touchduw n.
after long iniix, were made by Pi Ice. Curl
son. Houston and Dnwlby, Iing runs were
also made by Tlball and Kuhrer. Weinl
iand kicked four goal!'. The Modr- were
unable to advance the ball cxccpl f ir a
few moments In the llrst half (Sllnian
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O. D Q. II
K. D. D
ii good genu
I'lirfi-itM linnic in l-'rlend.
KltllOND, Neb.. No. !i. --(Special Tele
grain. i Tho Kulrmout High rohool font ball
t(-u in forfeited a game lo the Kriopd Hlsn
school learn today by quitting the Held n
about the middle of the second half. Th
Kulrmout team refused lo comply with .h
llrst (leclhlon made by the umpire du'ln;
the gmue and left thn Held. The score m
this stage of the game was fi to ti In KiU
lnont's favor, with Krlend In possession of
the hall This decision gave the ba I lo
Krlend, which was a decided advantage, n
the temns were equally weak on the in
tensive. ' 'Vnrll' Second llcnt iinkloii.
YANKTON. S. I).. Nov. 0 iSpedn' lele
gram.) The Slate university's second
eleven beat Yankton High school here Mil
afternoon, fi lo . Sargent of Vermil'on
hud his arni broken and cne of Vankton
was baillv butt In th" hack Yankton eul
played Its adversaries, but Vermilion brawn
carried Ihe ball slowly neriHS Ihe Held or
one inurlid"Wii by line sinahe". The game
wii" a (ji'dd lean one
VorioolllcH I, nie nl llrlll4l Cltj,
N KRRASK A CITY, Neb.. Nov. 9. -' SP"
cl.il Telegram. I The foot lull game be
l ween Ha State Normal ft li.jnl or Per il
aud Ihe Nebraska Cllv High school i"
siilled, R to o In favor of Nebraska Cltv.
Roth teams did e.Ncellent work
Dnn't iiilsa rcidlni; tho want ad. page
"lot the GOLD OUST twins do your work I"
,R. il. L. (S
Walker It T. L. T
....It. I-;.L. 1-; K. Laird
. . Kaurotn
Kuray it. i-;. l. !;
Callahan U. H..Q. D Askln
Welch I j. II. 11 III. II. II Colby
McSlmne . ..It. II. 11.11.. II. D. . lloodfellow
Dutler K, D.'K. II C. LMlrd
Linesmen. J. Hall for Tabor and O'Keefc I
for Crelghton. Referee. Whipple I'mplre.
K. Hall Timekeepers: Mulgl'cw nnd Stripe
i 1 1 1 1 ( i t- iiij -ovi'-iiliniiie oiiMiTr.
TREMBLE BEFORE THE GIANTS
.Vnrlli llnl.oliinn lleholil I'ropml lon
of t.nnlirrs nml Are l onlciil In
I'lnj- .Second l',leen.
MINNKAPOLIS. Nov. 9. Owln to th.
dlffrrenre In weight. North Dakota d
i lined to meet the .Minnesota n'Ktltil team
ibis afternoon. , Dr. Wllllanis idtled ihe
second team agaliut the North Dakoimii
The gmue was replete with brllllmil )ilay.i
nun iiiuugii iirirali'd. in in o. rtoriu iiiiKiua
plajed a fast ami pretty game. The sonea- i
t ton it I run of tin nay and the longest made .
b. iiuy .Mliineviiiii man In a game this year,
was made bv "Sit" llarrlr. iiuaiterhieli
for eighty-live yaids Ward, right half i n
ihe North Dakota team, broke hi Ug be
low ihe knee during the second hilf of the
ILLINOIS EVENSWITH IOWA
lli-liii'ii Ilic I'nmiilliiic ul of Defeiil,
t'orliiR Tireiil) -f.p rn In Hit
Ilnti Up) rt' t Iplier.
:u CITY. la.. Nov. S. (Special Tele
gram i Illinois lodav avenged th mr of
it to o. made against ll Inn vesis ago In
ilrfciliiL' lown 2? lo 0.
Illinois puyrd low and fun nd kt' I
le n 'he defensive d irlng the , uiir
game. The Huwkccs made 1 c jaid '
. ttr '.jSiii.iftfc.
Sf rd for our
"Coldon Rules for
iryau ara using aomp lor your atcanlno, you will find that
'srsssis miss ?nrcporLc5' nsssz&
thin anythinc else. Try It once ana you wui oiwayj u n.
THE N. K, FAIRDAHK COMPANY. Chiew. St liult, New York. Hetton.
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