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THE OMAHA DATTA BEE: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1P05.
SUCKER ELEVEN OUTCLASSED
Cornhuikm Show Their leit Torm Agu'nBt
FINAL SCORE IS TWENTY-FOUR TO SIX
Touchdown of Illinois and One of
krkt Directly Due
rraMc of th Ball la
(From ft Staff Correspondent.!
LINCOLN. Nov. SO (Special Telogram.V-
Nebrseka outclassed Illinois on- th grid
Iron today and In a struggle replete with
thrilling features the Cornhuskers annexed
tli, long end of a score of 24 to . Ne
braska's superiority was demonstrated In
tucb convincing fashion as to leave no
Soubt as to which of the opposing elevens
played the better foot ball. The solitary
touchdown placed to the credit of Illinois
was due to a mid field fumble, when the
Cornhusker had the ball and had shown
that they could advance It In spite of the
Illinois defense. One of Nebraska's touch
downs also was In' the nature of a gift,
but their three other efforts In the scoring
line cams as the result of consistent foot
bell, tha Cornhusker charging down the
field and refusing to be denied. Recollec
tions of tha Michigan and Minnesota de
feat were obliterated by Nebraska's suc
cess of today, for the Cornhusker played
sterling foot ball from whistle to whistle
and proved themselves masters of Illinois
at every turn.
The weather wm stinging cold, the mer
cury standing It degrees below the freesing
point, but 4,100 shivering enthusiasts were
crowded Into the stands to wltnes Ne
Illinois plsyed good foot ball only In
spurts, while the quality displayed by Ne
braska was consistently brilliant. Man for
man. Booth's cohorts outmatched the ag
gregation ' from Champaign.' but the Ne
braska players whose performances stood
out with greatest prominence were Cotton,
Mason. Benedict, Little, Den slow and John
ton. It was Mason's fumble which gave
Illinois tlif lr only opportunity for a score,
but he more than compensated for the
blunder by bucking the Illinois line with
catnpultle power.- ' Cotton ' Was ' equally
forceful, nd between this pair the Illinois
forwards were hnmmored and battered until
they scarce could keep tholr feet. Tackle
masses were also an Important factor In
Nebraska's virile attack and on this forma
tion Little was used to advance the ball
with' almost unvarying effect. Benedict's
punting, generalship and returns of kicks
figured largely in tha final result, while
the unerring tackling of Denslow and John
son, the Comhuskers' watchful ends, and
thc.lr sprint wtlh the bull contributed Im
measurably to Nebraska's success.
Visitors First to Score.
11'nols was the first to score and raced
across tha Comhuskers' goal before four
minutes had elapsed.. Illinois won the toes
and elected that Nebraska should kick
off against (he wind. Benedict drove the
ball down tha field forty yards, and the
Illinois backs charged ahead for eighteen
yards on six downs, aided by the Infliction
of. two 1 penalties, totalling ten yards,
against Nebraska. .At this Juncture the
Cornhuskers braced and took the ball on
downs. Cotton shot through the line for
twj yards, and Mason annexed Ave yards
on tha next two plunges. On the next
trial Mason dropped the ball and, Captain
Moynlhan grabbed the oval and ran fifty
yards with a clear field for a touchdown.
Moynlhan kicked goal. Illinois c,
Nebraska, ft .
.',.' Benedict's second, kick off was followed
by a punting duel, with the' honors even,
' 'hen tha Cornhuskers Installed their line
.charging tactics and worked the ball to
Illinois twenty-five-yard- lino. The Illinois
braced and Nebraska was forced to at
tempt a place kick from . the thlrty-flve-yard
line. Cotton's efTort going ten feet
to ' the side of the goal post.
Kirk kicked out from the. twenty-flve-yard
line, Benedict catching It In tho mid
dle of the field, but being downed without
a return. Nebraska's attack began to
work . smoothly and Cotton, Mason and
Little had soon charged their way to
within three yards of the Illinois roal
line. , Another fumble cheated the Corn
huskers whi-n a touchdown seemed In
evitable, and Kirk promptly punted thlrty
nve yards. .Benedict caught the oval and
lugged it back across the three chalk lines
before being downed. With the Illinois
soul only twenty yards distant, the Corn
buskers redoubled, the fury of their on
slaught and In reven charges Cotton was
pushed through for Nebraska's initial
"ore. Cotton kicked the goal and the
utile wss a tie. Illinois ti. Nehrsska 6.
Cornhusker In Lead.
Moynlhan' next kick off went across the
Nebraska gosl. but Mttle brought tho hall
Cotton kicked the goal and the Cornhusk-
era were in the lead by a score of 12 to
The remainder of the half was unevent.
rui. except for a further demonstrate,,
of V.hra.ka'. n- -
m ouvancing tiie
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fit m.i ,m woraea to the fiii.i.i
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tenipted another goal from placement and
Moyulhan'a kick off In the second half
dribbled only thirty-five yards to Denslow.
who raced back twenty yards. On the first
down Denslow circled 8choeller for twenty
arils, but Nebraska was detected In
holding, forfeiting all ef Denslow s gain
snd fifteen yards in addition. On the nt
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14 "'"w "rose around
t-.-noeiier ror seventeen yards and two
terrlfifl Dn. plunges by Fullback Mason
netted. Six yards. Johnson then pulled off
an nd sprint for twenty yards and ths
Itall was being worked at top speed toward
the; Illinois gonl when a Cornhusker
fumbled and Illinois captured the oval.
Srhaeller negotiated seven yards around
lenlow on th first down when Kirk,
tha :Hllaola fullback, fumbled and Bene
dict wa found a th bottom of the heup
In possession f tha ball. Denslow and
Johnson were good for ten yards on two
tries, - but the Illinois forwards sifted
through - an Denslow' next efTort and
threw him for a ten-yard loss. Benedict
punted and Brook muffed the catch, tha
ban rolling behind ths Illinois goal. A
dyxsa player scrambled wildly to claim
It. but on of thr Illinois men clutched It
inl savetd a touchdown. Cantaln Ttnrv
Nebraska, claimed a safety, but the
fllrials ruled that It was merely a touch
back. , Nebraska Gain on Pnnla.
Illinois kicked out from tha twentv-flv.
out ntteen yards before an Illinois tackier verslty today went down to defeat before punting duel had been resumed. nn wnai "'"h,'B1"3 ""u "J many or n spectators
could halt his progress. Eight line plunges I lwa before lows', speedy backs and advantage there was In favor of Chicago ; foTmweo Dr &rri
netted ,th. .Cornhusker, sixteen yards. ! M Maroon backs gaining more ground hPR(J wltj, a cane" S'the hs" 8h VVniS
when the Illinois braced and forced Bene- I Msonra well as ! It own slate to than Michigan's. Finally with the ball on person The police were called upon to
did to puut. The ball traveled nearly gether with another peg to clinch its title Michigan's fl-rc-yard line. ,nt there on a P'ec 1 l- nA,ZJMnL
catch and the fleet Denslow seized the I vllwed tn coMes" tho vast majority o" Michigan's forty-flve-yard line. Eckersall great regret over the occurrence,
oval and retained It for his e.im mates the 6.on spectators r.)ng supporters of tho Immediately returned ths punt. His long ft"1? WH" "n? ?f the cleanest
With only three chalk lines sei.nta the : l-x-al eleven HI. Louis fought stubbornly I nl ,plra want cvr the Michigan goal rrr PM"a on jneBtatefield.
Cornhuskers from the nppnsi,., Co. ! I?r..r.,:,",",K hVcf.lV '""'! line. Clark, who had relived Stuart at CHABLK. C1TV IS THR . H..nn.
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"'wui vulflle U9U IO Tnci!- l i,'.
'm cnargmg sheail fr.un two t honor. To tne muera uni mm irj the goal bar and instead ot letting ine
four yards on every down, the advance ' lnJ") "V." ,Qt wh ttSi ba" K for o-"ck, attempted to run
.ev,r ceasing until Wilson hod been ! fl"t rial's rid lost the ball. liwawa then with it. He shook off Psrry. hut Catlin
pushed through on a tackle mass, ntralght 1 held for three down and Kent dropped a I nailed hltr before he !:nd run ten yards
over Captain Moynlhan. for the touchdown . difficult fleldgoal over the bar for the j aon- the line and hurled htm across tho
" ., . . . ' ' Goals: Klrg. r.. Uimoert IZI. Heferee:
yard lln to the middle of th field. thsICov,an. v'inpire: Bryan. Head linesman and
ball twice changing hands on punts, th
Coinhuskar glrlng twenty yard In the
exchange. Benedict refused longer to
punt and turned loose Nebraska's scoring
rnauhln hen on ths thlrty-flv yard lln.
Bchmldt tor ahead sight yards on a mass
th aaroa formation on th other ld of th
oa tackl and Littl charged fir yard on
line. Mason and Cotton were called Into
action and the ball was worked to within
four yards of the Illinois goal. Cotton was
again called back and hurdled the Illinois
forwards for tie remaining distance. Cot
ton kicked the goal. Nebraska, 18; Illi
nois, Captain Moynlhan' boot again sent tha
ball on the klrkoff over the Nebraska goal
and Little lugged It back for fifteen yards.
He fumbled on the tackle and lost the ball,
but Johnson, Nebraska's colored left end,
spotted the oval and kept It for his team
mates. Little and Mason charged the line
for six yards on two downs, when the
Illinois defense stiffened and Benedict was
compelled to punt. Brooks sgnln missed tha
catch and Denslow downed the ball on
the Illinois forty-yard line.
Cornhusker Arc Fierce.
At this Juncture the Cornhusker turned
loose an attack which the Illinois players
were powerless to stay. Mason rammed
through center for four yards, while Little
and Schmidt hit the tsckles each for the
same distance. Mason followed wtlh an
other four-yard plunge and Little and
Schmidt again alternated, going five yards
on two downs. Mason was good for an
other four-yard charge, but Bchmldt was
thrown back for a loss. With five yards to
go on the third down Benedict called for
another mass on tackle and the Corn
huskers hurled Little ahead six yards on
the most effective mass play of the day.
Cotton was called back and annexed four
yards and penslow ran around the and
for the same distance. This play put the
ball on the ten-yard line, the Cornhuskers
having charged ahead more than half the
length of the field without faltering. Bene
dict called the next signal for a straight
line plunge by Fullback Mason, with Cotton
going ahead to clear tho way. Mason shot
through with the force of a pile driver,
Cotton grabbing him by the shoulders and
dragging him over the goal with threa Illi
nois tackles clinging to their backs. The
touchdown was made near tha corner of
the field, and Benedict kicked out, Johnson
heeling the catch In front of the posts,
from whence Cotton kicked a clean goal.
Nebraska, 24: Illinois, I.
With only a few mlnutea to piay, Illinois
rallied and carried the ball twenty yards
from midflcld on short but steady gains.
The Cornhuskers finally braced and Cap
tain Moynlhan attempted a goal from place
ment on the forty-yard line Just as the
final whistle was sounded.
Borg (C C.
Ll::V.V.,.V.T.0UnT.ri;:; expected result, and the fight for the honor
Q Brooki. Rump of the western foot ball championship early
ti-.f.TtuSrP.BnX,:riaevolved Itself into a punting duel be
F.B Kirk. Jm , t,nn Rckersall of Chicago and Garreis
Cotton (2), Wilson, Mason, I
Moynlhan. Goals: Cottou (4). Referee;
Ralph Hoagland of Chlcnao. Umpire: Coach 1
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Head llnesmun: Malnes, ex-captain of
Doane college. Time of halves: M and
WIS FROM MlSSOlHt
from the 8how-Me
Unable to Score.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.; Nov. 30. Before
7.UU0 foot ball enthusiasts, the largest crowd
that ever witnessed a gridiron contest in
Wariau C t v. the I T nf vem! t v of k'unBui
toot ball team tod ,y dufeatcd the L'nlver- I
slty of Missouri eleven in ineir nrieentn
unnual game by a score of 24 to 0.
Ideal root nail weainer prevauea. ai tne
kick off. Kansas ruled a slight favorite t
Inonev In IwS. " I
MUxnuri won the toss and chose the
east goal, with the wind at their backs, j
Foolur kicked off and sent the pigskin to ,
Kansas' thirty-five yard line. Missouri,
after two downs, punted to Kansas' thirty-
five yard Hue. where Kansas took the ball
?.?: .!L!,e!l,.0'..1i,J0.? "":r.n:
pushed Pooler over the goal line for a ,
touchdown. Pooler Kicked goal. ocore:
Kansas. 6; Missouri. 0. .Missouri could
do nothing and the half ended with the
score: Kansas. 6; Missouri, 0.
In the second half Missouri-took a tem
porary brace but only for a few minutes.
and Kansas scored almost t will, rooier.
Brunner nd Donald were ued by Kansas
In almost every play, and the trio proved
equal to the task of carrying the ball
through the enemy's line and around Its i
ends. Missouri's defense throughout the .
game was feeble, while her offensive play
ing was not above the ordinary. Final
Kansas. 24: Missouri, 0. The
omclals: William A. Connell. St. Louts.
referee Martin A. Delaney, umpire; K. D.
Cornell. Lincoln, Neb., head linesman. Time
of halves, thirty-five mlnutea.
Ilavrkeyrs ow t haniploa of Their
Own Stale nad Mlssonrl.
ST. LOl-IS. Mo...Nov, -Outwetgh.d.
Schwinn and K.nt divided the individual
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The onlv serlmis injurv of the garne
occurred In the second half, when Half-
back Robinson ot St. Louts was CArrbvl
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Average weight: St. Louis. V.ihi; Iowa.
167t-ll. Time of halves: 35 minute-s. Toucn -
downs: Schwinn (. McGowan 1). Goals
Kent (2). 'loals from touch-
V '.". vdlowan I3i. Referee: Wesre of
Umpire: Thorn of Northwestern.
AMF.S KHEHUKX TUB VICTOR
Take tho Meaaare of Stat Inlvorslty
IOWA CITT. Nov. 30.-f Special Tel
gratn.'i Ames freshmen defeated Iowa
freshmen this afternoon by score of
17 to 6 Th visitors wers superior on de
fense and also plsyed a fierce offense,
using cross buck plays with telling effect.
Iowa was good on offene-e but poor on In
terference, attempts to gain around Ames'
ende proving futile. Green and Lambert
and Keisey were the principal ground
gainers for Ames. Kirk was the star for
R E..Crberry, Bnigttnen
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Ureen I, H R H .,
Lambert R.H. LH..
U F B I F B .
i Munich for Hastings. Williams for Sklnner
timer: Max Mayer.
Time of halves
Tl Gam at Loaan.-
IXX1AN. la.. Nor. l.-(8peclal Telegram )
Th Thankeglving foot ball same between
Logan and th Omaha Starlights resulted
0 10 0. Rafaree: Frank Keekhan. Omaha.
Umpire: Bert McCab. Logan. Thar wa
a large attendant.
niiiioliitcri and outronted. til. ixuta tin
MAROONS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP
Michigan Eleven i Unable to Score
Against 8ugg'i (Haiti.
CHICAGO MAKES SAFETY IN SECOND HALF
On! j- Two Polata la Game
Asa Made Through Good
Work of Captain
CHICAGO. Nov. 80 Chicago, 2; Michi
gan, 0. Tha undisputed honor of the west
ern foot ball championship was earned by
Chicago today by the close score of two
points, earned on a safety touchdown In
the second half by the splendid work of
Captain Catlin of Chicago, but also by
the poor Judgment of Clark of Michigan
In trying to run back a punt of Eckersall s,
.h rh h.i. .rh.J the Michigan goal !
which barely reached the Michigan goai
line. He was thrown across the line oy
Catlln. after he had thrown off two Chi
cago tacklers. and two points, a safety
touchdown, were recorded for Chicago, the
only scoring done In the game.
Curtis, Michigan's left tackle, was dis
qualified early In the game for slugging.
The victim was Walter Eckcrsall. Chicago's
kicking quarterback. Eckersall, dropping
back for a punt from Chicago forty-yard
line, wa hurled to the froien ground by
the plunge of the Michigan tackle In his
attempt to block the kick, and for nearly
two minutes lay still, apparently knocked
out completely. Beferee Bhlnehart claimed
that Curtis, In his plunge for Eckersall,
swung an uppercut to the Maroon quarter
back's Jaw, and In spite of the frantlo
pleadings of Curtis and tha protests of
Cantaln Norcross. ruled the burly Michi
gan tackle out of the game. Eckersall re-
covered within the time limit and resumed ,
play, although plainly very g.ogs i-r
soms time afterwards.
!'o gpectacnlar Features.
The game wa devoid of npectacular fea
tures. Brilliant open field play by Chicago
and hard, grinding, man-killing line work
by Michigan was expected by the 28,0u0
spectators that surrounded the gridiron on
Marshall field. But the contrary was the
case. Trick plays almost Invariably were
unsuccessful. Eckersall, whose remarkable
powers were expected at least to score
for Chicago, had only one chance at a drop
kick and this was unsuccessful. Michi
gan's concerted offense, when hurled
line failed to produce
0f Michigan, but with this unexpecteu an-
iui,.i,io-ur, utti-rlv failed to gain
ference: Michigan ""'"J "a
r.iLinilir Hsralnst Chicago s oeienst.
while Chicago, whose line jieiueu
attacks of nearly every team that hud
played Chicago this season, not only bold
against the heavy line plays of Michigan,
but gained much more ground than did
Michigan on straight foot ball.
Curtis Is Disqualified.
This wo due In part to the .disquullnca
tlon for slugging In the first half of Cur
tis, the star tackle of Michigan, for Ecker
sall, quick to observe the consequent weak
ness lu Michigan's defense, directed the
Maroons' lino play against ratncK, wno
. u ..-.i-. ..ince. Outside of all this,
however. Chicago plainly outplayed Mich.
oan nnd the Maize and Blue lor inr msi
.. . fl vears were defeated. The ball
ume n ' ' t d . f the tlnie.
was In tho air a great deal or 1 ' e
Frequently both Chicago and Michigan
,., on he first down, although this was
resorted to more frequently by Michigan
nd In tills punting duel
than by Chicago, a
o.l. who did the kicking for Michigan,
had none the worst; of It.' His punts aver
aged fully a many yards as the long
spirals of tha brilliant Chicago quarter
back and were high enough to allow the
- . Duf
Michigan ends to get A own the nelo. out
Chicago made more distance on straigni
f . b tnun dld Michigan, and In the
f .. flur,d m the play that
second half mis rigurra i
resulted in me umy
Chicago Win the Toss.
Neither team scored in the first half.
Chicago won the toss, and chose the
north goal, with the wind favoring, but
i.. nrw. mas the ball even within dan-
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serous distance of a goal line, and it was
Michigan's goal line that was threatened. ; and almost a riot, as a result of which Dr.
Chicago succeeded in getting the ball to',- E. Harris of Bloomlngton. Ind., head
Chicago succeeaeu in k ' linesman, had to be escorted to hi. hm.i
Michigan's thirty-nve-yaru line, louowius i
an exchange of punts and some hard line
hncklna- bv Bexdek and Walker, but at this ,
IK? when ft seemed "-t Eckers,,. would ,
have a chance at drop kicking. Chicago
was penalized fifteen yards for holding In
the chance o, .coring d.s-
appeared with the penalty.
The safety touchdown was marked up
late in the second half. Both Chicago end !
h.H rM to find weak spots In I
" .,. wItlim,t auccess and tne
left half, caught the ball standing under
! goal line for a safety. Clark was yanked
I nut Immediately and Magoffin sent In his
p!ace DUt the mischief had been don.
The game was nearly over, and Chicago,
with victory In sight, more than held the
desperate attack of the Michigan backs
In the closing moments of the game.
Cblcaajo Gain More firound.
Throughout the game the ball was In
Michigan territory most of the time and
not once was the Chicago goal line
threatened. In the first half Chicago made
eighty yards on downs to Michigan's sixty
four. In the second half Michigan made
j sixty-rour yards to Chicago nrty-nine.
1 Thls 8lowB the amount of punting that
was done and alFO ihe splendid defense put
up by both tems. On only one point in
Michigan's line could Chlrago gain, that
wa at left tackle, while Michigan found
only a small resistance at the right tackle
position in Chicago's line. Trick plays
failed to gain. They were broken up a a
rule without material gain, although Gar
rells of Michigan got away twlc for run
of twenty-one nd forty-seven yards on
fake kick. Eckersall made fourteen
yards on the same play once, but other
wise the game was devoid of open field
play. Time was called with the ball in
Michigan's possession on its own fifty-two-yard
lln. Michigan used four subs during
the game, Curtis, Stuart, Captain Norcross
and Clark going out, while Chicago used
but one substitute The ltneup:
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G re he fa R O LO...
Rhelnerkild RT IT
H Haaunon R E L E
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T. Heoimond R.H b L.HB..
Stuard LH B R H B.
Lungtaao PB PH....
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Officials: Referee: L. T. Hackatt. West
Point. Umpire: Rhinehart, Lafayette.
Head llnee'iian: Roper. Princeton. Time
keeper: Walter Camp, Yale. Tltue of halves.
Ponder Eavay for Lyon.
LYONS, Neb.. Nov. ). (Special Tele.
giam.l In the last gam of foot ball this
season 'the Lyons High school Team de
feated th Pfiidei liigu scliuol team here
today, fl to 0. The features of the gme
were the defensive work of the Lyons
players, they not Allowing the Pender boys
to nink a first uwn during the entire game
snd tho Individual work of Turen, Pearson,
Enfield and Morter Referee: Hubert.
I inplrei Hobblns.
PEXSSYLVAMA DEFEATS CORNELL
Ithacane Lose to Quakers by FalHa
t Kick Goal.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. aft. Pennsylvania
today defeated Cornell in their annual foot
ball game by the score of s to J. the nar
row margin of a deriding the contest.
It was the most stubornlv contested game
that has been seen nn Franklin field this
season, snd it was only sfter Cornell had
been weakened bv the substitution players
that the Pennsylvania were able o cross
tne ltnacana SlH (ln.
ror one nour the local eleven nao oeen
held In check and reaiiv nutolaved by the
I V i w i f nr. u n . 1 I. u 1 1 am thmtwiy
the Cornell boys j;?, to be the victra.
; but after they had made their touchdown ;
ana me elevens had changed goals, renn-
X"fno?cedBldthe na,la;w"nU'tth:',r.cidSto"?U. -
touchdown. In ih. Cornell outplayed ,
Pennsylvania in all departments ot the
game with the exception of kicking. The
visitor gained 123 yards by rushing against
Bcvent3r.two for pannsvivanla. Twice they
had the ball within atrikina- distance of the !
Quaker line, but each time Pennsylvania ;
braced and took the ball. The score does,
not correctly show the relative rtrcngth 1
of the two elevens, for Pennsylvania's .
rumbling habit, which had been tern
porarlly cured, suffered a relapse and pre
vented the local eleven from scoring at
least two additional touchdowns. Twice
in.y pusnea the ball from mioneia to . the umpire, who Is a brother of on of
oTboVocc.: abnVh" Commercial players. He Interrupted
the Ithaca boys kicked the ball out of nerly every Doane play by rushing in
danger. on ail formations to warn the Doane team
Pennsylvania did not p ay with their to k,.n th. , ,.,.m. .
usual dash and plainly shewed the effects ' .k'p ,n tr men "taW ot tha
of the Columbia game last Saturday. . tackles, and ven time during the game
Cornell, on the other hand, ws In superb . Doane was penalised for offside play, while
shorrhls'eanVh'er JSE was" iffl, h Commercial, were not pen.Il.ed at all.
to score In the first half, but in the second : Doane men were the superior tackles, eX
half Cornell, aided bv the wind, forced ' cept Baker, the Indian end of the Com-
torVAftTrV hPTc".r the h",
to Pennsylvania's intv.vl line, the ana ckled like a demon. He Invariably
Quakers held firmly and took It away .
fjom the Ithaca n Sh-ble kicked, but the
th alpolnt the visitors carried It o-er for
a touchdown without losing It. Their main
grouna gainer was a revolving mass on
tackle. which the Pennsylvania eleven
seemed unable to stop. The touchdown
was made at the corner of the gridiron
and the punt out was not heeled by Halll
day, who dropped to the ground. ' This
failure cost Cornell the point, wi tch would
have tied the score. The eleven then
changed goals and Sheble was able to out.
kick W alder on an average of rrom ten
to fifteen yards. Pennsylvania soon got
the ball on Cornell's thlrty-flve-yard line.
About this time Captain Costello and Half
hacks Wulder and Gibson, who had been
the mainstay of the Cornell eleven, were
forced to quit the frame because of the
fierceness of the play. Pennsylvania tak
ing advantage of this condition started In
to piny harder than ever and soon carried
the bull over for a touchdown. The touch
down was made dlrectlv in front of the
posts and 8hehle kicked "an easy goal, giv
ing Pennsylvania the victory.
Thompson, left guard of the Cornell
eleven, was sent to the side lines In the
opening half for deliberately striking Ste
venson. This was the only player ruled
out of the game, although Umpire Ed
wards more than once cautioned men on
There was a great crowd present when
tlm two teams appeared on the gridiron.
Pennsylvania won the toss and chose the
west gonl. with ;i strong wind at their
backs. Arter Cornell kicked off the Quakers
were unnble to gum und were forced to
kick. The bull wnt nlmnet to Cornell's
goal, and from this point the Ithaca bovs
carried It rtsht down to within Pennsyl
vania's fifteen-yard line, oniv to lose It
on an attempted pass. Pennsylvania
kicked the ball out of danger and there
after during the hiilf the Ouikers V'cked
almost every time they secured the hall.
The Imlf ended with the ball In Cornell's
possession on its twent v-flve-vHrrt line. In
the second half Cornell scored soon after
play Ktarted uiul Pennsylvania - was Kent
from the Ithaca goal until within ten
minutes of the close of the game. The
teams lined up ss follows:
. -I..E. RE Venoruuot
..1. T. R.T Coetello. Lyua
. I. j. R.O : O'Rmirt
. . . . C. C. , NewmsTi
U.T.. Thompson, Doernt
-rln :.-7.-r.:- . !J Mrrr Roedhouw
Mereneon .,...T5.'y Pollik,Nehll
...:'....l'M.IR.H Olbeon Be tx otic
Orne. Louwell... .H H.' VH.i Welder. Eerl
roi'"'1' r.B.:r.B h-emoy
Touchdows: Walder. Lxmson. Ooal from
touchdown: Sheble. Referee: W. H. Cor
bln, Yale. Umpire:, W. H. Edwards. Prince
ton. Linesman: Dr. A. H. Sharpe, Yale.
Time of halves: 2S minutes each.
HOOHItRS "WIS FROM BKKEYES
Indiana Timekeeper Attacked
spectators at End of Gam.
COLUMBUS. O.. Nov. SO.-The foot ball
team of the Indiana university today de
feated Ohio 8tate university by the score
- wuiv, niaic uuivviaiiy uy me scor
of jj to 0 Th- nri,rt . ,,
under police protection,
with but a few minutes to play and the
score n to o against them. Ohio State sent
men tnrn beffan a march acro,a the flehl
that Indiana could not stop. McDonald
three-yard line. Before another plav could
be made Harris railed time for the'end of
'e, nm?'' A,",,?tCoh B'ngham of
loJ ?! "? keeping time on
c a,n"irt , -. "., ",-?
Heads secondary Colleees of State In
CHARLES CITY, la., Nov. S0.-Speell
Telegram.l-Charles City won the foot ball
rnampionshlp for the state of Iowa for
eveniy maimed In wiht mrA
strength, but Charles City won on superior
"" aiio ttettcr Knowledge of the
fundamental principles of the game. The
gBine was exceedingly free from dlrtv
work, and there wits little fumbling and
no accidents, t-harle City work this
season secures) fr lt a prominent place
among the foot hall teams of Iowa.
LB IR r...
., .c. r....
R T IT..
R.E.I L E...
R. H. .
t arliale Defeat Georgetown.
WASHINGTON Nov. JO.-Hwept by an
nttack thai ur,tj .,.n,ikin. Lt. 1.
Georgetown university went down In the
wuibi urir-11 ever suffered by a Blue and
t,rey team at National park today, when
the Carlisle Indians won the culminating
contest of thr season by 7 to 0. Nearly
6.0U persons braved the cutting wind to
see the content. The usual order of the
fh mtLT." "''"Ply for the Indians to receive
the nail and then stralvhtwsy carry It up
the field at clipa of from five to twenty-five
4m nnally rested beyond the goal
ebraeka Boys th Stars.
AURORA. HI, n0y. J0.(BpeclaI Tele
gram.) In the annual Thanksgiving gam.
v eat Aurora defeated East Aurora by a
score of to 0 The teams were evenly
matched, but the field was muddy, which
made th store low for West Aurora. The
features of the same were the star line
olunaing and hurdling of Right Halfback
Pond and end runs by Right Tstkle
aldo. These two players are from North
Platte. Neb., and play on the West sld.
Freiaoat Wlaa la Last Half.
FREMONT, Neb.. Nov. 30. (Special Tele
gram.) The Young Men's Christian asso
ciation foot ball team defeated th South
Umaha team this afternoon by a score of
to 6 South Omaha started in to win
and made a touchdown in the first ten
lllnutca but fll-.-l , 1.1, W anal In tha
'ast half they aot ths ball on Fremont s
en yard line but lost It on downs. Twenty-
ilva-uUnute haivss wer plyed.
eecoiiont-v ri.ifi.u.. .11- - . .
feattni h. at., x- V . "" ar 1 Wisconsin Zl rvotre Dame o
Falls her. hv . N5m."i 'S of, CT Wisconsin 0 Chicago . 4
nmUln. ! 'I f 20 t-' ( harl" C,tT Wisconsin 17 Alumni n
r ?hr .if'hIQwn"uan,d on" fl"J BnaI Wisconsin 1 Minnesota .... 12
touchdown 1"Vch tem ""curing a Wisconsin 44 Belolt . "
the second h. fr.m ,oufl"1own ,n Wisconsin 0 Michigan 1J
ine second ha f. The t,am vr a t....,
COMMERCIALS BEAT DOANE
Local Bniiieas I ollegs Team Defeat! the
OMAHANS TOO STRONG FOR OPEN GAME
Visitors Play Best Teaas Ball, Mai
Lose on Flak by Score
of Five to Koth
lac By a fluke the Omaha Commercial col-
ea aa-B-reaatlnn nf font hull Han wnn .
rrm tn college team, the state
champions, at Vinton street park Thursday
arternoon by the score of 6 to 0. The
' - tched'
Doane showing the better team work, but
the big tacaies of tne Commercials were '
too strong for ths open game which the I
Doane team had been coached to play.
Doane won the tosa and chose to defend .
tne north gOA. wUn a slight advantage
- " ' "" ""'-"lasts
of th wlna- n the ball was Kept near
the middle of the field, and not In the en
tire game wa It within twenty yard of
the Commercial goal. Doane was con
siderably handicapped In the first half by
made a hard plunging tackle, which put
me uoane men back toward their own
goal every time.
Commercial college was reinforced with
three ex-players from Amity college and
these were well schooled In the game,
especially Rlgler. the left half, who gained
every time he was entrusted with the ball,
which was quit often. Baker, running
from hi end position, also made several
Commercials Kick Off.
The Commercials kicked to the south at
the opening of the second half for forty
yards and Doane returned ten. Doane
made several good, gains and then lost the
ball on a fumble. After several trie
Rlgler found an opening and Hurd. the
Doane quarter who wa playing back,
lipped on the icy ground, and before
Rlgler wa caught from behind he had
landed the ball on the five-yard line. Two
trials wer made without gain, and then
on a fake play Rlgler was sent over for
the only touchdown of the game. The ball
wa punted out. but the goal wa missed
and the score remained 5 to 0 to the end
of the game.
The ball was kicked into Doane territory,
where it was worked backward and for
ward by the contesting teams until time
was called at the close with the Iwill In
Doane's possession on her own one-yard
line. Doane men fumbled considerably In
the second half and several times Marled
on what seemed a fast march to the goal,
only to fumble the ball, which was In
variably seized by a Commercial player.
w at eon.
Referee: Frank CraJwford. I'm
nell. Timekeeper: Dan Butler. Time of
halves:, 26 and, 20 minutes., Touchdown:
Rlgler. Score: Commercial 5: Doane. 0.
SBASOVS RECORDS OF BIG TEAMS
Total Scores Made by the
Michigan did not reach the coveted 600
mark as It expucted to do this season.
The wise ones had figured that an addition
could be made by the Chicago score which
would easily give Michigan the coveted 600
points. The Army and Navy game will
not be played until Saturday, when these
two branches of the service will meet on
the gridiron at Princeton. Nebraska made
tVlorl,ou? nP',",h 10 't" tooi ba season bv
the defeat of Illinois and quits on the good
side of the ledger. Yale and Harvard
broke training after the finish of their
game at Cambridge last Saturday and
Minnesota ended the season with the game
with Northwestern last Saturday. The
season' scores are:
Michigan A6 Ohio Wesleyan
Michigan 44 Kalamazoo ....
Michigan 8 Case
Michigan 23 Ohio Northern
Michigan 18 Vanderbllt
Michigan 21 Nebraska
Michigan 3 Illinois
Michigan 48 Albion
Michigan 3S Drake
Michigan 40 Ohio State
. TS Oberlln
. 0 Chicago
. 33 Lawrenc
. IS Wabash !
. 3S Belolt
. 42 Iowa ,
. 16 Indiana
. 4 Wisconsin ....
. 31 Northwestern
. 19 Purdue
. 44 Illinois
. S Michigan
. 17 Marinette .....
. 49 Napervllle ...
. 19 Marquette 1..,
.. 42 St. Thoma
.. 46 North Dakota
.. 42 Ames
.. 4. Lawrence
.. 12 Wisconsin
.. 81 South Dakota
.. 36 Nebraska
.. 72 Northwestern
.. 44 North Division ...
.. 28 North Division ...
.. 0 Wisconsin
.. 0 Wsbssh
..142 American college.,
. . 71 Depauw
.. I Indiana
.. 22 Bennett
.. 0 Knox
.. 0 Wabash
.. 24 Napervllle
.. 12 St. Louis
. . 0 Purdue
.. 30 Chicago P. and S-.'
.. 0 Michigan
. . 0 Chicago
.. ( Nebraska
.. 72 Total
.. 33 Wendell Phillips .,
.. 34 Belolt
,. 13 Wabash
.. 29 Illinois
.. 11 Indiana
.. 24 Missouri
,. 0 Chicago
lt North Division
Northwestern.. 18 Belolt
Northwestern.. 0 Kentucky ,
Northwestern.. 0 Chicago ,
Northwestern.. 30 Marqueft
Northwestern.. 48 Ohio
Northwestern.. 17 Mlchlganagglea
Northwestern.. 6 Minnesota ......
.. 30 Grand Island .
.. 10 Lincoln High .
.. 42 South Dakota
.. 16 Knox
.. 0 Michigan
.. 21 Ames
.. Is Colorado
.. 0 Minnesota
.. 43 Iosne
.. 24 Illinois ...
Ohio Stat ..
.. ?l Total
H a rvard . . .
1! Cnlrata ...
SO Holv Cross
12 Tennessee State
20 West Point
, 28 Princeton
. IH Bowdoin 5
. 12 Williams $
. 22 Maine $
. 34 Bates $
. 12 Springfield $
. West Point J
. 10 Brown
. 23 Carlisle
. Dartmouth J
. 0 Yale t 8
. 41 Villa Nova
. 23 Wash, and Jefferson.
. 4 Georgetown
. t!) liehlgh
. 3D Bucknell
. 4 Ifayette
. 32 Columbia
. 0 Dartmouth
. 1 Cornell
. 4 Tale
. 35 Lehigh
. 16 Gettysburg
. 11 Swarthmore
. 3)1 Franklin-Marshall ..
17 North Carolina
42 Villa Nova
Western Pennsylvania 0
Pennsylvania Railroad 0
Wash, and Jefferson..
..316 Total 39
Xorth Platte and Cheyenne Tie.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., . Nov. 30.
(Special Telegram.) The foot ball game
between ' Cheyenne and North Platte high
school teams, played here today, resulted
in a tie; score, to . It wss a snappy,
well played game from start to finish,
though contested on a snow covered field
with the wind blowing twenty-flv miles
an hour and the temperature below
f reeling. North Platte excelled In ground
gaining and held It opponent to five first
downs. Cheyenne scored a touchdown
near the close of the first half on a punt
well followed up and tho ball secured by
Chevenne after North Platte touching It.
In the econd half North Platte worked
the ball ateadiry down the field from the
kick off and scored, after losing the ball
once on down and regaining It almost im
mediately on a fumble. The game was
played with a previous understanding that
Cheyenne was using two players not be
longing on Its team, on account of Injuries
to the regular players. Time of halves,
25 snd 20 minutes
Peoria Player Injnred.
nmABTA rtt nn TSaore IT. Prtar.
tncklo of the foot ball team of the Social
Athletic club, was seriously Injured In the
groin In a game played here today between
the local team and Lombard colleg. The
Int'irv will necessitate an operation which
will permanently oinninn m- pin. m-
. ,, ... AtmiAA ti, th. ajr nf
naro t n 1 1 r a- . . ...... ... .... . , .
11 to , but the last touchdown by the
Peoria team Is protested, Lombard claim
ing a tie score.
Washington Downs Knoa.
ST LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 30. Washington
university closed Its foot boll season
auspiciously today by d'festlng Knox col
lege of Galesburg. III., by a score of 17 to
6. A large Thanksgiving crowd wa pre
ent and the local team stsrted Its scoring
early, placing seventeen point to It credit
perore tne enn oi in niai uau. n.nn
scored It only touchdown In th second
Webster City Bents Ames.
WEBSTER CITY. Ia Nov. 30. Webster
City High school closed th season here
today with a victory over the crack team
from the Ames High school, making a
touchdown In each half. The gam wa
marked bv numerous brilliant plays and
was decidedly the fastest and hardest
fought game played her thla season.
Score: II to 0.
Normals Defeated at Teenmseh.
TKCUM8EH. Neb., Nov. 30. (Special
Tcleeram.l The Tcuniseh foot bill team
defeated the Peru Sfte Norma' tea"i In a
good game here today. The visitors got a
touchdown and kicked goal In the first half.
In the second half the locals got two touch
downs and kicked one goal. Score. 11 to 6.
Grand Island Beats Hastlaa.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Nov. 0.-(8pe-clal
Telegram.) Grand Island High school
defeated Hastings High school here today,
6 to 6. The victory was won principally
by line smashing. The weather was cold
and attendance small.
Player's gknll Fraetared.
SULI IVAN Ind.. Nov. 30.-Rlght Half
back Williams of tha Owensville (Ind.
Athletic club sustained a fractured skull
In a foot ball game here today. His condi
tion Is serious.
Player' gplae Fraetared.
BRIDGEPORT. Conn., Nor. 30. During
a mass play In a game play of foot ball
today between two local teams, Leo Mc
Nallv, aged 21. had his spine fractured
and is not expected to live.
Lincoln Wins from Glenwood.
OLENWOOD. Ia., Nov. 10 (Special Tel
egram.) The foot hall gam her today re
sulted: Lincoln High school, 17; Glenwood
Hixh school, 0. Umpire: Genung. Referee:
Weather Too Bad to Play.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Nov. S0-(Specll Tele-
gTam.l ine morningaiae-noutn Dekot
university Thanksgiving day gam wa
called off on account of th weather.
Bellevn Win at Haatlnaja.
HASTINGS. Neb., Nov. 80.(8perlal Tele
gram.) Bellcvu college won from Halting
college by a score of It to . In th first
half Bellevu cord on a drop kick
Indiana . ....
Brown secured a touchdown for Hastings
, In the second half by making a hard
! twenty-ftve yard run. Believue made a
. touchdown by hocking the line when there
were but two minutes to play.
cores el Other Games.
At Columbus-Indiana. 11: Ohio State, ft.
At LanrasW pa. Gettysburg, 72; Frank
lin and Marshall, 0.
At Kasmn, Pa. Iisfayette, 47: Bucknell. ft.
At Norfolk, Va. North Carolina, 1J; t'nl
verslty of Virginia. 0.
At Columbus, O. Ohio Medical, 17; Penl
At Lexington Kentucky, 4ft; Ohio Wee
lej an. 0.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, IS; Kenynn.
At WUkeeharre, Pa. Wyoming semlnsry,
1; Princeton second team. 4.
At Nashville Vanderliilt, IW; Sewanee, 4,
At New Turk Holy Crues. 2; Fordham, a.
At St. I -011 1 n Washington, 17; Knox, a
At Oskaloosa. la Penn, 21; Pes Moines. .
At Oklahoma City Oklahoma, 28; Beth-
At Wabash, Ind. Wabash Athletic asso.
elation. 40; Rose polytechnic Institute, a.
At Washington, Pa. Washington and Jef.
ferson, 4; I.ehlgh university, 0.
At Salt Lake City Utah, 24; Colorado
At St. Ixiula-flt Charles (Mo.) Military
academy. S?; Christian Brothers college. 0.
At Birmingham. Ala. Alabama, 29, Terw
nessee university, a ,
At Richmond. Vs. Virginia Polvtechnl
Institute, 4: Virginia Military Institute, 0.
At Des Moines Ames, 17: Drake, 12.
At Denver University of Colorado, ;
BVEjrn O TMK RCSNlSfl TRACK
Handred-Day Meeting Op a at Xew
Orleana and Lo Anarelc.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 30-Tb Cresc.nt
City club opened Its hundred-day meeting
under the most favorable conditions today
Though a trine tool, the weather was per
fect, the track fast and tb attendant-
much larger than usual, even on holidavs
The crowd entered fully into the spirit
of the sport, and the fourteen books which
drew In handled a large if not a profitable
business. Van Ness. La Sorcler and Gir
dle were the winning favorites, but Tar
tan and Rapid Water wer so well sup
ported that they fell little short of favor
itism. The feature of the day was the
riding of ttyi western boy Sewell. who
landed four winners and finished third with
his other two mounts. As the result of a
bsd mlxup In the first race, J. W. O'Niell
fell and carried down with him Stand Pat
and Colonel White. None or tho boys or
horse was hurt.
In the Inaugural handicap, a six furlong
dash with 31.160 to the winner, Phil Finch.
Gol.l Enamel and Formatter were left at
the post. .The Williams pair. Ram's Horn
and Phil Finch, coupled and well backed,
wer favorites. Invincible, ofT In front,
made all the running to the last sixteenth,
wher Rnpld Water went to the front and
won easily by a length and a half from
First race, six furlongs: Van Ness won.
Columbia Girl set end. Miyor Johnson
thli.l. Tunc: 1:14.
Second race, 1v and a hlf furlongs
La Sorclere won, Cncrlce. second. High
Chence third. Time: 1:07H.
Tl iid race, mil and seventy yards: Tar
tan won. Lucky Charm second, Qamara
third. Time: l:4fiH-
Fourth race, six furlong: Rapid Water
won. Gold Rose second. Ram' Horn third.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Girdle won,
Nona W. soeond, Raining Leave third.
Sixth race, on mile: Pasadena won. Bull
finch second, Loglsttlla third. Time:
City Park ummarles:
FlrBt rc. one mile: Carele won. Alma
Durour second, Estrada, Palma third. Time:
Second race, six furlongs: Monterey won.
Orbicular second, DarinaT third. Time:
Third ra-e, mile and a sixteenth: Drexel
won. Labor second, Lampadrotn third.
Timo: 1:4B.. ,
Fourth race, six furlong: Orly II won.
Brvna second, Bella Strom third. Time:
Fifth race, evn furlongs: Revelll won.
Marco econd, Vlrgle Withers third. Tim:
Sixth race, fiv furlongs: Thespian won,
J. Ed Orlllo econd, Robin Hood third.
WASHINGTON, ov. 0. Result at
First rac, six furlongs: Paul Clirrora
won. John F. Abeam second. Burning
Glass third. Time: 1:17.
Becond rac. five and a half furlong.
Montanu won. Gentian second. Ipglosld
thTMrd race,' Second Jurlor Steeplechase,
about two mile: Kermell won, Herculld
econd, The Lad third. Tim: 4rli.
Fourth rac. Steeplechase, about two
miles: Billy Ray won.- Currant 'nd.
Wool Gatherer thlrd. Times
Fifth race, the Eighth Washington Cup.
two and a quarter miles: Ben Crocket won.
Banker second. Ostrich third- Tim: 4:.
Sixth race, one mile: Waterre won.
Nellie Burn econd. Bob Adgron third.
TSeventhirace. mile and a .Ixteontb: Teo
man won. Sunray second. Arsenal third.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov.
First race, seven furlongs: Ethel Abbott
won. You You second, Cloche D'Or third.
condce. mile and Jar: Olsnar
ron won. Isabellita second. Sherry third.
TThrd2race, six furlongs: Laura F. M.
won. Mrs. Bob second. Black Art third.
TFouVth:1'Urace. Thanksgiving handicap.
t00 added, three-year-old and up. mile
and an eighth: Luhln (. Radtke. S to 1)
won. Proper C Knapp. U to 1V cnd.
Bearcatrher (121. Loaguo, 13 lo ) third.
TFlfth1:rac;. five and a half furlong":
CharlaVan won. Tom MeOrath second. Sir
Edward third. Tim: 1:08.
sixth rce. five and a half furlong. The
Mighty won. Princess Tltanla .ocond,
Young Pilgrim third. Tim: 1:10.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 30. Result at
AFirst race, six furlongs, purs $4rt): Hand
surra won. La Lond second. Cutter third.
TsTcond'Vac. one mile and evnty yart".
selling, purse 400: Lustig won. Mnna
iquaw econd. BlisKful third. Time: l:v.
Third race, five furlong. 3-year-olds
nurse $400: Lotta Gladstone won, Iysl
Front second. Foxhall third. Time: 1:02H.
Fourth race, tho Jonathan flub handicap,
sweepstakes for 2-yeur-olds and upward st
time of closing, one mile and sixteenth.
11260 added: Memories (105, A. W. Booker,
I to 3) won, Sonton eoond, Marshall Ny
thF1fthTrace, one mile, selling, pur tW:
Potrero Grande won, Del Coronado second,
Sunmark third. Time: 1:43V..
Sixth race. elllng. Futurity eoure, purse
1400: Golden Rule won. Kinsman cond.
Judge Denton third. Time: 1:13. 1
HAIL WIS C-ROSS-COVI1TR.T . Bt "
Tale Man Passes , Conn on Homo
NEW YORK. Nov. -W. J. Hail of Tl.
who won ths Intercollegiate cross-country
ehamplonshlp run over the Travers Island
course of the New York Athletic club lat
Friday, captured the senior individual
honor in th cross-country runs for the ns
tlonnl championship of the Amateur Ath
letic union over the same rout today. In
the Intercollegiate event Hall covered tne
distance In 32 minutes 63 seconds. Just on
second behind the record, but a stiff lnd
with freesing weather, prevented hi mak
ing better time than 33:69. today.
Harvey Conn of the Irish-American Ath
letic club led his field to the final turn. Unit
being close up all the way. After nego
tiating the water Jump, about 2W ynrde
from the finish, th Yal man, who was
running In the color of the New York
Athletic club, made a splendid spurt. H
paaed Cohn In the homestretch nd won
out by ten yard.
Ir.sh-American Athletic club's repre
sentatives won the nstional team champion
ship prise, fiv of them finishing n th
Ryan and Ward Draw.
GRAND RAP1D8. Mich.; Nov. 30-Ad.
Ryan of Chicago and Mike Ward of Sarnia
fought ten fast rounds to a draw her
today before 2.000 siiectators. Ward wa
four pounds over weight and Ryan a much
under the stipulated 1 pounds. It wo,
therefore, agreed that if both men were on
their feet at the end of the tenth round ths
affair should b called a draw-
Two Basket Ball Games.
GENEVA. Neb.. Nov. 30. (Speclsl Tele
gram.) Th Friend and Geneva High
schools basket bail teams played here to
day. Th score: Friend. 10; Geneva. 21.
Th winner then played the Geneva city
team. Score: City team. 18; .High school, 11
porting Brevities. '
lx)uls Crlger and Jess TannehlU are
spending the winter oma house boat in
McGraw, tha handsome manager of the
New York team, has had an offer of II. IX1
per week to appear in vaudeville, according
The annual reform wave I hitting fot
ball hard this fall. Stopping th sport
Columbia Is the harden rap th gam hue
aver received. , .
A portlng paper had It figured out that
It costs more than Wi.ooo per year to run
first class baa 11) team.. Rnlh ml t
New York club cost ever lw,ow ia ru:i.
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