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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 23, 100G.
COICICO- DEFEATS BQSTOH
hit Bo Win Emt Victory tad An
Actia Tie' for Tint Hm.
TANNEHIll KNOCKED OUT OF THE BOX
TMm am nun mi b-
r rtwlf BiH rwsnrta,
Wkra Tlaay Make Oae
CHICAGO, SapL K CJilcego defeated
Boston tder In the opening of the final
eetiee In this city and again ties New fork
fof first ptaee. Carrlgan received a ball
In tha finger tip and had to retire. Tann
hin was hit hard In the opening" Inning
and retired.- Tha visitor' only ran waa
made on a pair of singles and a paased
tialiR. , rf.....
ravl. ss...;. 4
B.ha. th 4
pmishua. Ik. t 11
lfrlaa4. 4 1 8
Bwcfcarty. If 4
JDvrtoa, Ik.. I
altrack. ... I
(hi. ef 4
Orlm.hsw. Ik 4
srsssk'ras, lb 4
Morgan, lb.. I
rrasmao, rf. I
H Olase, a I
H 4 1
Oarrlfan. a.. I
Tsui. n l M it I
i m ... I
1 1 , ,... a a a a a o 1
Hiti: Oft TasnehllL 4 la on lnnlrnt: off
Olu. 4 in (wren limine Lef t oa basee:
Chkcegw, Boston. 4. Sacrifice hit: Dundon.
fltnlaa baaa: DoustMTty. Dooohuft. Double
Morgan. C&sdbourne to Grlmshaw;
idon, Davis to Ixmohua. Struck out: Br
irehM. 1; by Altroca. I: by Olase, 6;
Passed ball : Uc Farland. Bears on ball;
OA AJtrork. 1; off Oles. L Wild pitch:
Iltrork. Time: 1J6. Umpires: OLoughlln
and Connolly. ' ...
, Detroit Wlas frosa Hew Tark.
DETROIT, Sept. 34 with two runs neerte 1
and the bass rilled In th seventh. Mcintyre
emptied them with a three-base hit. An
error on Oonghlin and triples by Crawford
and Cobb followed, driving Chesbro to the
bench, The. same was a bitterly fought af
fair to this point and was featured by
Crawford's hitting; and Paynes catching.
Boo re: ,
. , cmtorr. " ' ' . nw tork.
B.H.O.A.B. . B.H.O.A.B.
SUtsrrrs, It. 4 I 1 tKsalar. rf.... 4 I
OeuSnlln, lb. I 1 I t ' IBIberfaia. at. I I 1 4 1
Saviors, If. 4 4 1 1 eCbaaa, lb I I 11 I
b, of..... 4 I I I Willl.nM. lb. litis
hfu, 4 ITS Cnrr. If ... 4 I t S
eaaaftrV lb. I I 4 I 1 Huffman, ef.. I I I 4
Isaaaar, lb.. I 14 1 Martortl, Ik. 4 4 I I f
O-Umvt. ss.. 4 1 I I lKlslnow, ... I 1 I I 4
SMma,...'l 4 1 SClMsbr.. ... I 4 114
. ,. ..HuhN. .... 14 4 4
Totals.... .U 11 St I IfTaasar ..... 14 14 4
.. ,, Totals W M II 1
! Batted for Cheat) rd In eighth.
Detroit 0 M 1 0 0 M M
NewTork: .o o o o;o X 0 0 3-4
Htta: Off Chesbro.-10 In seven Innings; off
Hushes, 1 In one Innlrtsr. ' Three-base hits:
Malntyrs. Crawford, Cebb, Chsse. Hoffman.,
Saerine hits: Couahlin, Cobb.. Stolen base:
Couchlltw. Elberfeld. . Bases on balls: Oft
Dooovaot . I; Cheabro. ; I. Left on bases:
petroK. 4; New . York, li. Struck out: By
jbonovaji, 7; by.Cheebro, 4. Double plays:
Bobaofer to Undeay; Blberfeld, Williams to
Chasa. Wild pitch: Cheebro.. .Tima: 1:05.
Vavps Bkat Oat Athletics.
(XUSTELJCKX3, " Om Sept. . M. Cleveland
ahvt out Philadelphia today. Rhoades was
a puaaia w1t4 men on, bases. Score:
CbaTVBLAND. . : PHILADELPHIA.
B.H.O.A.B.. , . B-H O A-B.
Jaekmct M.. I 1 I 1 I Hartaal, if... 4 14 4 4
gtav&W k... 4 111 lAratbrMt'r. rf 1 I I I
Twtat as... t 111 Maria, lb.... 4 1 111
Lalel. la.... 4 I I 1 I Mlcbola, as.. 4 14 4 1
Ooafattea, rf 4 I I. I tOMrlus. lb.. I I 111
Fllaa, al 4 11 IMeaa, Jb...l I 1 III
Beasts, lb. t I I 4 4 Lor4, af I 1 I I I
Clara.-..;... I t I I IBarrr. ...'... t't 111
Rl . p., 4 4 I I sSehnnan, p.. I I I 4 4
.. ' Sulllraa ..,.1,4 14 4
MslS..v..M 11 IT 4 4 -.
.- TSUIS......U 4
Batted for Oldrlns; la nlntn.
Cleveland ........ ....0 0.0 Ml i 0 T
Philadelphia .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base - hltst- Lajota. Flick,"' Berry.
Three-base hits: " lJole, Lord. Sacrtnee
lilts: Rosaoian, Turner,, Armbruater, Stolen
bases! Lajole, Jackson (,: Confalton.
Double plays: Nichols, Sheen to Davla,
1ark to Lajote. Bases on balls: Off
Ithoadea, I; off Bchumarv, 1. Lett on bases;
Cleveland, f; Philadelphia, I. Btruok out:
Uy Rhsades. 4; by Schuman,' I. Time: 1:80
Umpire: . Evans. . '
Wasblavtoa Bhats Oat It. Loals.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. Washlnjtton de
fsatad tha locals todsy. i to 0. Patten,
who pitched for the visitors, held th local
team - safe throughout - the came. Pelty
was hit hard In the eighth and ninth In
nings, when the visitors scored their runs,
tieors: . ' '
WASHIJiOTOtt. :1 IT. LOUIS.
. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B.
oaalfly. lb.. 4 111 (Nllaa. rf....: 4 1111
)'. Janas. cf. I 111 Jones, lb 4 1 11 I 4
AHIasr. at... I 111 lion. If..... 4 1114
trass, lb.... I 14 1 H.mphlll, cf. 4 1114
IMclunsa, K.I I I 1 SO'Brlan, lb.. I Sill
Anaarasa. If.. 4 4 4 4 Hock flld. lb 4 1 11
Mabl. lb.... I M 4 IWallaos. as.. I I I 1 1
NVaraar, e.... 4 1 1 4 4 Rlr, .... Ill
l-aitsa, 4 14 1 tPalty, m I I 1 4
Teuts....I1 14 17 4' ToUli ....'.il,"4lli4"i
Washington ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11
It. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-has hits; RockenfleM, Hickman,
Behalfly, Jones, Anderson. Bacrinca hits:
tttahl, 2. - Double plays: Hickman to Behal
fly; Nlles to Hlckey: Stolen bases: C.
Jones. Behalfly. Wild pitch: Pelty. First
baa on balls: Oft Patten. S; oft Pelty, S.
Struck out: By Patten, 7; by Pelty, i.
First Aid" to the
rHEN Hoartburn. Sour
Stomach, Headachs, Bad
Breath, coaled Tongue,
Balohlnf of Stomach, Gas,
or an of these forerunners of Indigestion
appear, Old Dr. Cascaret wanta to be right
on the spot In your pocket.
Dr. Cascaret guarantee to cure tha
moat obstinate cases of Constipation and
. J, . , i.i . .. , .
His medicine does not gripe nor purge,
but surclses naturally the muscles that
lino the walla of the Intestines and Bowels.
. Vint of Exercise weakens and relaxes
the Bowel Muscles, Just as It weakens
Arm and Leg muscles,
v Old Dr. Cascaret goes directly after
those BoweJ-Muaolea. He wakes them up
lust aa a aold bath would wake up a lazy
person. ' .
Then ho works them (through tha
nerves) till they get so atrong from that
. Exercise that they don't need any mora
help to do their duty.
Heavy dinners, lata suppers, whiskey,
wtna or beer drinking, nervous excitement,
sudden exposure to cold or heat and a dozen
other everyday likelihoods tiro the Bowel
Musoles. In such casea a little Cascaret In time
' la wort!) fifty dollars worth of Treatment
later on, to say nothing of the suffering,
discomfort, lose of Business Energy, and
teas of . Social Sunshine It saves.
Little thin Cascaret Box, shaped so yea
dont notice Its presence In purse or vest
pocket, . j. v
Contains six Candy tablets Prloa Tea
Canta a Box at any Druggist's. t
' ' ' Bo aura you get the genuine, mada only
by tha Sterling Remedy Company, and
aavar sold In bulk. Every tablet stamped
(sr. Tiv ?: WashJagtoa.
. Tlmat Is. Untpira: Shrtdan,
Msalfae rfce fa a in a.
Played. Wssv Lsat. Pet.
New Tst ,J4rt ,m f ' .sr7
Chlnaato -I t T
C'Krvaland .......... J40 11 t .tft
Philadelphia IX 7 M .MS
St. Iufs ..J W t . .WH
DmaH OX 71 .47
Wasblnglan 1U H n .TTt
Baan.au -344 4 as .111
Oama tndsy: Waahlngtoa t St. 1xrvm.
Philadelphia at - Chrraland. J4ew York at
Detrsst, Boston at ChlaagSk
G AUKS I TV VTBH !f ATIOTf AL tLHAOt B
Cklesaste Wlas Tvrteo fatal Navv Tark,
Tky Saperlar Stlcak Work.
NT5W TORK, Sept. M. The National
lagii pennant winners defeated the New
forks In both games of today's double
header. The second gams wss called at
th end of tha eighth Inning. Score, first
CHICAOO. . NBW TOBTC.
B.H.O.A.B. B H 0.A B.
Kilns. rf.... 114 4Shaaaas, If.. 4 114 4
b kar4. II. M 1 4 Brown,, rf. .. I I
GMalsr, f... III ISarmaar, ef .. I 1114
Hoffman. Ik.. I 1 It I Doaltn, ef... I 14 4s
StfiiafaMt. Ik I I S I 4 ftrasaabes. I I 1 I 1
Tlakar, as... I 4 4 4 I DstIIb. . lb... I Sill
Brora, lb.... 4 111 I MrOaas. lb.. I 1 U 1 1
Moras, s I 111 SIMklsa, ss... 41 1 I I
Brown. I 111 Strasi, lb.... I 1111
U4srm. . I 1 I I Wlltee, . p.... I till
Total,.. ".... II n II I Total,...!. M I 17 II I
New Tork 01001000 0-I
Chicago 01 0 t 0 0 0 1-0
Three-bee hit: Bvers. ' Two-base hit!
Dahlen. Sacrifice hit: Moran. First has
on balls: Off Wilts-, t; off Lundgren, 1;
off Brown, 1 Struck out: By Lundgren, I;
by Brown, 1. Hits: Oft Brown, I; oft Lund
gren. X Left on bsses: New Tork, I;
Chicago, 4. Double plays: Devlin to Strang
to Mciienn, Bvers to Hoffman. Time: 1:0.
Umpires: Carpenter and Klm.
Score, second game:
CHICAGO. , NBW TORK.
Kilns rf.... I 114 I Rhasnoa, If., I 1111
Sbackarl, If. 4 4 4 4 4 Browns, rf... 4 1 I I 1
Ooaalar. cf... 4 114 1 Doniln, of... I 14 4 1
Hon-maa. lb.. 4 1 11 I Burks .... I 4 4 4 I
tainfoidt, lb I 1 I I I Bramaban, 1 1 1 I 1 I
Tinker, as.... 4 4 11 I Dsrllar. lb... I I I I I
Inn. lb.... 4 114 IMrOana, lk.. I 1114
Moras; e.... 4 I I I I Pahleq, I I 1 1 I
Raolbach. p.. 4 I I 4 SStran. lb... I 4 4 I .1
Mathavaoa, I 1144
Totals W II 14 II 4ailbsrt ..... 1 4 4 4 S
Total....... III t
. "Batted tot Mat hew son in the eighth.
Chicago 1,0 1 1 1 4 0 0-10
New York 41010101-S
Three-base hit: K'.lng. Two-bss hits:
Sheckard. Bvers. Sacrifice hit: Dahlen.
Stolen bases: Gesster, Tinker. Errre, Shan,
nnn III. First base on balls: Hul
bach, I; oft Mathewson, I.' Struck out: By
Mathewson, 8: by P.eulbach, 1. Hit with
pitched ball: McGann. lft on bases: New
York, 10: Chicago, 7. Double plays: Shan
non to Devlin, Dahlen (unaasfstedt; Tinker
to Evers, Devlin to McGann. Time: 1:52,
Umpires : Carpenxer and Klem.
IHrates Take a. Pair.
BOSTON, Sept, 24. Pittsburg won two
games from Boston today. Light hitting
snd numerous errors beat Boston the first
game. Young was hit freely In the second
game, while Phlllippl 1 was effective. The
second game was called sfter seven In
nings by agreement Score), ftret game:
' FITTSBURO. J. .BOSTON.
Hallmaa, ef. I 4 14 IPolan. tt .... 4 14 4 4
Osalar. rf..4 114 4Tannr. lb... I 1 14 1 4
tiarka, If.... I 14 4 Brain, 3b.... I III
Wasnar. as.. I I.I 1 IBaiaa, ef 4 44 4
Naaloa, lk... I 4 11 I Howard, as . 4' 4 4 1
Storks, lb.... 4 4 13 VCoa'auton, lb I I I 1 4
Rltrbor. fb.,4 4 14 ICamorcn; If . 4 1 14 4
Pholps. O....I 4 10 4 Brown. ..., 4 4 4 4 1
Llslaid, p.,,4 11 1 tLtoiaanaa, . I 1 4 I
O'Nslli 4 444
Totals 11417 111
. . . Total! n I 17 11 1
'Batted for Llndaman In ninth. .
Pittsburg ,.4.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-4
Boston 1 0001003 0-
Three-base hit: Dolan. Btolen bases; Con-
naughton, Clarke. Double playi Kltcney
and Nealon. First "on balls: Off Lindamau,
6; off Lieneld. 6. Hit by pitched ball; By
Llndaman, Clarke and Phelps. Struck out:
By Llndaman.' 4; ' by Liefleld, I. - Passed
balls: Brown. 1; Phelps, 1 Wild pitches:
Llndaman, 1: Liefleld. 1. -Time: 1:64. Um
pires: Conway and Supple.
Score, second game:
rrrrsBtiRo. A." boston. :
' B.H.O.A.B.'" ' B.H.O.A.B.
Mailman, rf.. I l l 0 Dolan. ' rf... 1114 4
Oanly, rf... 'l 1 I I Tensor, ' lb. J. I 4 14 1
Clarke.. If..'.. I 111 IBrala,' lb.... I 4 111
Wasnar, as.. 4 1 1 .4 SBatas, f...Vl 1 111
Naaloa, lb... 111 f Howard, lb.. 1 4 4 11
Laacb. lb. ..I II 1 1 Brows, ' Ib.A I' 4 "4 II
Rlirhar. lb.. I 1 1 1 ICoa'autos. sal 1 111
OlkaOB, .e-i.. I 4 4 1 ICaaioroa, 1 111
Pklllppl. p.., I 1 I I O'Molli, I 1 1 1 1
' 'Toun I. ....,t 14 14
' Totals . I II II IPtaSsr 1 'I I 14
; '- . ' Tstst.. .. .M I 11 14 4
' Batted for Toung In seventh.
Pittsburg l a 01 0 J 04
Boston ...,0 0 0 0 0. 0 00
Two-base hlU: - Wagner, Dolan,. Bates.
Three-base hit: Leach. Sacrifice hiUTen
ney, Ganley, Clarke, Gibson. Double play:
Tenney, Cameron and Tenney. ,. First on
balls: Off Young, 4, Btruok out:. Bv Phll
lippl. ; by Young, 2. Tune: 1:66. Umpires!
Conway and Supple. . . . '
Qaakers Baavck Hits. '
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14. Philadelphia
batted Ewing out of the box In four Innings
and won easily. Score:
Thomas, rf... 4 111 Husilns, lb. 4 1 I I I
Olaason. Sb..l 114 4Kallar. If.... I I 4 .4 4
Bransflsld. lb 4 lit 4 a Mason. ...:. I I I
TMua. rf....,l II Jud., rf. ...... I 114
Daisleer. .. 1 41 4 4Smoot, et.... 4 -1 4 1
Uo. If.... I 11 Lobsrt, lb.... I 111
Bsutslls. -lb.. 4 111 IBrhlsl, I I 111
Doolln, aa.... 4 1 4 4 0 Corcoran, ss.. 1 , 1 1 I
Dools, e I 1 I 1 ,Dssl. lb I 111!
Luab. rf-p... I 111 J Ewing, p.....l 4 4 4 4
' Oslsbsatr. If. 1 4 1 4 4
Totsls U U 17 14 I
, ' ToUls...;.M4 I M 11 4
Cincinnati I I M l 0 10 07
Philadelphia 4 1 0 4 0 0 0 0
Left on bases: Cincinnati, S; Philadelphia,
I. Stolen bases: ' Deal, Gleaaon, Dooin
Lobert (2, Titus, Uransfteld. Two-base
hits: Doolln, BchJel, Bmoot. Bacrinca hits:
1-Jwlng, Bentelle, Thomas. . Double play:
Olaason to Doolln to Bransfleld. Struck out:
By Lush, 1; by Duggleby, 1; by Ewing, t;
by Maaon, S. First bass on balls: . Off
Lush, 4; off Duggleby, 1; off Ewing, 1;
Oft Mason, 4. - Hits: Off Lush, In four
Innings; eft Ewing, t in four Innlncs; off
Duggleby, 1 In flvs Innings; oft Mason, 1 in
four innings. Wild pitch: Lush. Time:
2:10. Umpire: O'Day. Passed ball: Dooln.
Broaklya Wlas la Eleveatb.
BROOKLYN. Sept. J4.-Ths St. Louis Na-
tiunals Dlaved their last same af the. sea
son with Brooklyn today. Tbs locals won
ine nrst. wmcn lasted eleven innings, tkven
side hail scored on run In the second
game when the gam wss called on ac
count of darkness at th snd of th sev
enth inning. Score, first game:
BROOKLYN. . ST.' LOUIS.
Caaar. lb.... 4 111 1 0Hars, If . . . I 111
stalonsr. et.. 4 lit 4 Burch. ef ... Ills
Lumlay, rf... 4 111 lltannatl, lb.. 4 Ills
Jordaa. lb... I 111 0 . bsrry, lb I 4 11 1 s
Mrvanhr. If. I t'l I 1 Murray, rf... 4 114 4
Lewla, ss 4 I I I'lHarler. ss... I I 4 4 1
AlpSrmsa, lb. 4 4 4 1 INosaaa, c.... 4 1 I I I
Hiit.r, e I 1 IS 4 raw lord. lb. I 1 I 1 S
MilBtrra. p. I 1 4 1 1 Basks. i 1 I 4 4
Totals. U II II U I TUla...,..4l 1111 II I
On out when winning run was eoored. '
8t. Lout 0110040000 &
Brooklyn .1 010100100 1-4
Two-base hits: Bennett. O'Hsra. Sacrlfics
hits: O'Hara, Burch, Bennett, Maloney 2.
i.umiey, utu. stolen oases: uurcu.
Beebe, Jordan (2).. Doubl play: Harlsy.
Bennett ana Barry. Lrt ou oases: at.
Louis. 10; Brooklyn, 1. bases oa balls: Off
Mcintyre, L Hit. by pitched ball: By
Mcintyre, 1; by Beebe, L Struck out: By
Mcintyre, 4: by Beebe, S. Passed ball:
iNoonan. who uitcri: Beeo. llnie: I. MX.
Umpire: Johnstone and Email.
bcore, second game,
BROOKLYN. . ST. LOCIt.
B-H.O-A.K. ' B.H.O.A.B.
Csssr. lb.... 111 SCTHsrs. W... 1144
alalensr. af.. I I llwtt. ef.... 1141
Lamlar, rt. I I BwaasU. Sb.. 1111
Jorsaa. lb... 1 III burr. lb.... I 411 4 1
Mecanki. U. I 4 4 4 Murray,- rl... I 14 4
Lawla. aa.... 14 11 SHoalak'U, rf 1 I 4 4 I
Aipanaaa. lb I I I I sHaris. as... 1 111
Bartaa, S....4 I 4 I IMarihaU, s.. I I I 1 I
Scaalsa. ... 1 4 11 CrawrwTd, Ik. 1114 1
tUUiras, I f I
- TsUai M4111II
Totals. St I 11 U 1
Gam caUad; darkneaa. ' '
St. Louis J..... ........4 0 0 0 0 1 41
Brooklyn v...K r.. l 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Sacrlfioe hit: Lumlcy. . Struck out: By
Mctilya, 2; by Scanloa, 4. Left oa bases:
Bt Louis, a. Umpires: Emille and John
stons, 'lline: 1 JO.
o f . -Btaala-,(
Ptayed. Won. i Last. Pet.
COACH AND TRAISER ARE IT
Mai ia Control of Tsatna of Great Import
anoo Uader Kiw Kulea
IOWA UNIVERSITY IS HAVING TROUBLE
Maay Old Mem Bit aa aad
Kew Material I Rat All tkat
Is Desired far Ft .
Chicago .......... las . ' ie
New York -14a 4 U
Pittsburg ............141 17 ' 44
Philadelphia ...... ..m ' 43 . 74
Cinc-tnuati ;'.lb .'-. U
Brooklyn-.....I.. 14U -it - 11
6t. Louis ....its e ' M
Bostaa U2 41 07
Gaines today: Pittseursr at FhOadelDhla.
Cincinnati at New Yura. Caboa at straw. a-
ijn, an. uoutm a atosma. ,
IOWA C1TT, la., Sept. 24. (Special.)
On account of tha radical changes In ths
playing rule of the great American game
of foot ball, ths coach and trainer are by
long odds the most Important figure on ths
gridirons this fall and a knowledge of the
men who will direct tbs destinies of ths
Iowa college teams during th season Is
necessary to get a correct understanding of
ths" early season situation. They are as
State university of Iowa. Chalmers, hesd
coscn; Catlln, trainer.
Ames Agricultural college, Rlstlne, head
coach; Williams, assistant coach; Watson,
DrsHe university. Pell, head coach and
Orinnell college, Hamilton, head coach;
Des Moines college, Boyle, head coach.
Cos college, Bryant, physical director.
Mornlngslds college, Griffith, hesd coach.
Cornell, head coach.
Maa Well Kaown.
All of ths men are well known to the
followers of the game In this atate and last
sason they led the respective college
teams. Ths agricultural college will begin
the season with a heavier coaching start
In point of numbers than any other school
In the stat. The Stat university and
Orinnell college Will each have two men,
a head coach and trslner. At the present
time, the state championship is conceded to
rest somewhere between Ames, Drake,
Orinnell and the State university. Upon
ths material In the four schools and Its
adaptability to the new rules snd upon th
original foot ball genius of the toot ball
coaches will depend the final honors. At
this point a hasty review of the mors lm
portsnt features of the new rules is Im
portant. The most Important changes In th play
ing rules msy be briefly summed up aa fol
lows: ' .
1. Forward pase permitted.
s. Amount of "time out" materially
J. Number of men In a play at stand
ing lessened by one.
4. Penalties heavily Increased.
. Must gsln ten yards in three downs.
Since the new rules were first announced
sporting writers east and west have at
tempted to determln how. the game of
foot ball will be affected by them, and they
have united In declaring that exceptionally
fast mm and team will have to advant
age and that the Increased distance which
will have to be gained In three downs will
necessitate a large number of spectacular
plays of the. trick, variety.
As to Trick Play
The writer believes that - the trick play
will occupy no more prominent place in the
repertoire of the toot ball teams in the
etate of Iowa then It ever has. Th fact
remains that sver sine foot ball -has been
plsysd teams have attempted to advance
th ball . as' far and as rapidly as they
wer physically capable of doing. : Where
a coach found hia material consisting . of
light men he must needs .adapt his style
of gams to the men at his disposal. .His
tesm always played an open game. Heavy
teams made their gains on wide tackle
bucks Where spsed and - weight were
combined . the style of. play was mixed.
This ia elementary. : i ' , i
Now these ssms men ', are confronted
with the. necessity, of making -ten farde in
three downs .Instead of five, and the at
tack le weakened by the loss of one man,
while th . defense remains, aa strong as
sver. By what reasoning can a man urge
the adopting of a style of play this year
which failed to gain consistently last. Th
possibility of - the foot ball squads now
working on the gridirons of the four load
ing schpols of the state' making consistent
gains on wide end runs snd complicated
trick plays is beyond belief. They are not
fast enough to do it. They never iiavs
been fast enough to do It during the past
four years and the new rules are not going
to call out fast men this year, because they
were Just as welcome In the gam last year
and they could not be found.
' Bpeeed has always been, desired on foot
ball teams. Bpeed and weight, combined,
have been prised above all things, 1 but on
Any first-class team weight alone did not
count for very much, agitators to the con
trary notwithstanding. Trick plays and
sensational wide snd attacks are not going
to take a leading part. . In . the game of
Iowa college teams, because up to the
present time Iowa college players have not
shown . symptoms of being fast enough to
execute them. If they had . been fast
enough to execute them they would have
bn used last season and the season be
fore and Iowa coaches would not have been
compelled to depend so much on th mass
tackle plays The wrlUr does not believe
that the forward pass even - will exercise
such great Influence on the game. The
long pass and to be Important the forward
pass will in ths majority of oases be a
long pass has never been found practicable.
Effect ef New Rales.
Thsrs are two ways, however, In which
the new rules will materially affect Iowa
foot ball during the coming season. The
first of these Is th probabl elimination of
unneceassry roughness. This result will
of rours depend upon the stamina of the
officials, but the heavy penalties, rigidly
snforoed, ought to purg th gams in Iowa
of all of Its dirty features. Ths second
will - be the encouragement of the kicking
game. The more important games between
the mors evenly matched teams will un
doubtedly consist of a constant Interchange
ef punts, becked and eupplemanted by
short gains mads in practically tha same
way as thsy were last year.
At Ames, working under three coaches.
are seventy men, with practically every
member of last year's team back. At th
stats university sight membar of last
year's team have left school. Coach Chal
mers Is having difficulty in getting enough
men for three teams, and the caliber and
ability of the 'men reporting thus far la
remarkably poor. At Drake "Doc". Pell
has begun work with five or six old play
ers and not much to speak of In the way
of new material. Orinnell is also begin
ning the season with new players. Few
Iowa football seasons have started out
with as discouraging: prospects for as many
Iowa teams and with as good prospects for
ultimata victory for the Agricultural col
leg. . -
This year will be Rlstlns's last chance to
redeem himself. Two years ago Ames
found the Hawkeye team In a crippled con
dition at a time when Ames had by long
odds the best malarial In the state. The
Agricultural college was defeated that day
because Rlstlne was outgeneraled by Chal
mers of Iowa. Whether the Ames coach
can develop anything new this year or
whether he wIM permit Watson and Will
lams to utilise some of their ability In
building up the strategy of the Amis
eleven will depend th eventual success of
ths farmers, The only other factor In the
way of Ames, success this year In Coach
John Chalmers of the Stat University of
lews, who thus far has proved himself to
be a master craftsman In building u some
thing out ef nothing.
GOL05 HOT BLAS
Wonderful Heater and Fuel Saver
For Soft Coal, Lignite or Hard Coal
Ktyli Sett Ceal i&r
-' i ' ' .'..';'..'
Cost of Stove Saved in Fuel
As yon know one-half of soft coal is gas tha en tiro gas supply for many cities
and towns being made from the same kind of soft coal you are using.
The extent of unburned gases in hard coal is shown by opening the magazine cover
Of a base burner when the extra oxygen supplied fills the entire stove with flaming gas.
Other stoves allow this gas, which is the best part of the coal, also a large
part of the heat, to pass np the chimney. This waste will average from $10.00 to
150.00 a year for every family and millions of dollars in fuel are thus wasted annually.
The Original Cole's Hot Blast Stove
Saves All Waited with Other Stoves
Cole's Original Hot Blast, by means of tha Patented Hot31ast draft need
in connection with other patented features, distills this gas from the npper sur
face of the coal, utilizing it as a heat producer along with the fixed carbon or
coke in the coaL ,
On account of the patented air tight and gas tight construction giving perfect
Control over the drafts, it also saves tha heat usually wasted up tha chimney.
15.00 worth of bard coal, soft coal or lignite, or a 11.50 ton of alack or coal
sittings is thus made to do the work of twice the amount of fuel ia other stoves and
the cost of the stove Is more than saved la fuel each winter. 17.60 worth
of slack will heat your house all, winter, five tons at $1.50 a ton dose tha work.
Build only One Fire a Winter
Cole's Hot Blaat is so perfect in construction that fire keeps all eight,
and when the draft is opened in the morning will burn two or three houra
with the hard coal or soft coal put in the night before. No other stove does
this. Fire, therefore, never goes out, kindling fires is dispensed with, and
the rooms are kept at an even temperature all the time.
Read tbe Guarantee. We are the exclusive agents for Cole's
Original Hot Blast and sell it on the accompanying guarantee which
cannot be made on any other heating stove in the world. If yon went
to save half your fuel bill and would enjoy the luxury of getting np in
a warm house on cold winter mornings without kindling fires, buy Cole's
Original Hot Blast now.
We gasrsrrte every '
sieve te rsmslo ab
lutWy air-tight as leag
We swarantse a aalw
farm hast dsy and night
with soft coal, slack, sift-Ing-s,
or bard eeal.
W guarantee that
tbe reesms can be basted
frees ens te two hours
sack ssernlnv with the
soft ceal, slack r bard
sal pat In tbe ateve tbe
W guarantee Cote's
Met Blast te ass less bard
coal lor beating a (irsn
space then any base
berasr msde with sasse
We roarsnta fb lord
door to bs smeks-proef
and thst ths stve will
bold fir with soft eeal.
bard ceel er slack
thlrty-slx bear witkovt
The above guarantee
Is msde with the under
standing thst the stove
be operated according te
directions, and set np
with a good flue.
. . ' y Imitations of this Original Hot Blast are many. None of them has the absolutely air-tight and gas-tight construction through
out which Cole's Hot Blast has by reason of its numerous patents. A Patented Steel Collar connects the elbow draft to the stove
body and cannot open by action of the fiercest heat. The Patented Compound Hinge on the lower draft cannot warp, and the
draft door closes air-tight by its own weight. The guaranteed Smoke-proof Feed Door prevents smoke, dust or gas escaping when
fuel is put in the stove ; , j. ; , ... : ,
Imitations soon open seams and cracks which spoil them for keeping fire and cause the gas half of the coal and much of tha
beat to escape up the chimney. ...
' i' See the name "Cole's Hot Blast from Chicago" on the feed door of our 6tove. None genuine without it.
'sk to see the patented dustless ash cover for removing ashes. Our method Is the only clean ways
SOLD BY: Milton Ropers & Sons Co.. Orchard & Wilhelm Carpet Co.. John Eussie Hardware Co..' E. L.
Jones & Co.; G. F., Beavers, South Omaha; Hayden Bros., Benson, Neb.; Paddock-Handschey Hardware Co., Council
Bluffs Iowa. ,.'
by the Ashland team fionnors, pitcher
for the home aggregation, has mad
a wonderful 'rword. During . the three
games he' tmI struck out 1 fifty-two
men and llowel but eight hits. In the
game , last .SatuWIay with Henry Snge's
Sterlings of Omalgia he struck out eighteen
men and allowed but Hve hits.' Webb, for
Omaha, allowed'eevrn hits. The gain waa
a ten-Inning ..content, tha. score standing
a to- 8 and the gam being called in order
to permit the jOmaha players time to make
tnelr train.. - Batteries: Sterlings.- Webb
and Rockford; Ashland, Connors and La
Chappelle. ".. .
GAMES IX THE WESTERS' LKAGl'E
Denver Wrangles with Inspire aad
DENVER,' Srp't. 24. The Orlxslles for
feited the opening game of the aeries nere
this afternoon at the end of the first half
of the sixth Inning, when' the score stood
4 to S In favor of Denver. ' There was one
out and McHale was on second when Dona
hue hit- a grounder to Elwert. 'Elwert
tagged McHale and threw the ball to
Tonneman. Donahue was safe, but accord,
lng to the decision of Umpire Van Slckel.
he turned to the left on fair ground when
Tonneman touched him. In disputing tlie
decision, Zaluaky ueed aome offensive
language and Van Slckel ordered him out
of the game. A wrangle followed and Van
Bickel gave the game to Pueblo by a score
of 9 to 0. A double-header will be played
here tomorrow and Wednesday,- The
score! v '
: . AB. , R. H. PO. A. E.
Belden. If ..w 3 2 11 0 0
Smith, ss I 1 0 0 2 2
Randall, rf 3 1 2 2 0 0
Russell, lb 3 0 0 8 0 0
Zalusky, c 3 1 o 1 1.0
McHale, cf 3 0 2 0 0.0
Davis,. 3b 2 0 .0 0 0 0
Donshue, 2b . 8 11 8 2 0
Reynolds, , p ...,.... 1 0 0 0 4 0
Totals .22 1 7 16 a '
-, AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Cook. . If 3 2 3.0 0 1
MoGtlvray, cf 8 2 2 2 0 0
Bader, 2b 3.0 0 3 2 0
Melcholr, rf ......... 3 1 8, 0 1 ;0
Klwert. 3b 8 0 2 2 2 0
Tonneman, lb ......... 3 0 1 10 1 0
Vigil, as 3 0 11 4 0
Bttmmell, p 2 0 0 0 2 0
Rennicker, ..w 2 0 0 1 0 0.
. Totals w. ..T.-.a8 6 10 . 18 12 1 '
Denver ' ...v 4 10 0 1 0 4
pueblo 2 0 10 1 6
Stolen base: Tonneman. 8acriflce hits:
Reynolds, Davis. Two-base hits: Cook,
Randall, Mcllaie. ' lilt by pitched ball:
Stlmmell. Double play: Elwert to Tonne,
man. Lft on bases: Denver, t; Pueblo, )
5. Time: 0:45. . Umpire: - Van Slckel. At- I
Standing of tbe Teanss. . I
Played.-Won. . Lost. Pet.
Des Moines 140 M 46 .671
Omaha.... 139 70 60 .604
Uncoln , U . 74 . 6 .ot
Bloua City ,..,.., 140 : 64 76 .457
Denver 13-..- (K 78 .463
Pueblo 139 67 62 .410 ;
Game today: Sioux City at Omaha, Des
Moines at LJnooln, Denver at Pueblo. -
Osssars Msass.s fireaf Raeerd.
ASHLAND, Neb.; fVpt. 44. 8pclal
la th last tar gaaiea ot bsil plsysd
atllla Jolas White Sex.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Set. 24. Lee Qulilln.
third baseman on the Lincoln team, and '
one of ths sisrs of the Western baae ball
league, .left today to Join the Chicago
"While Box. " President Comisky secured
the service of Quillln earlier In the season,
but he was permitted to stay with Lincoln
until the present. Yesterday Comiskey no
tified Manager holmes he must hav him.
UARSESS. RACIMO IX CINCINNATI
GsT.rssr Praaels Wlas the Horse
CINCINNATI, O.. Sept. 24. Th fifth
grand circuit meeting upened here today
with a guod attendance. Bweet Marie, who
broke her own . record at Coliunbus last
week, was the attraction of th day.
6weet Marl wa driven by A. P. McDon
ald in her attempt to break her record of
2:02. The California mare was not etjual
to the occasion, however, and ths best she
could do was 2:U4V. Shs went the first
quarter in 0:3U, tbe half In l:Oit but broke
at the three-quarters, which waa - reached
in 1 111. She was soon settled and finished
the mil In 3:04V
The 2:13 pace brought out a field of sev
enteen. Bystander, an outsider, won in
straight . liru. C'arri B-. was the favor
It In th betting.' Rounding the turn in
the stretch. Murphy, driving Mies Gay.
tried In the last heat to- com down on the
rail, but a cloud of dust obscured the real
of the horses and he waa run Into by
Country Boy, driven by Cos. Both men
wer thrown from their sulkies. Murphy
sustained a broken collar bone, but Cox
Only fvur horses etarted lu the 3-year.
old division of the Horse Review futurity
and Blue . HlU was an easy winner in
straight heats. ' "
In the 3-year-old division Governor Fran
cis was an easy winner In straight heuts.
The track was lightning last,,. Summaries:
2:U class pace, purse 11.000, three heats:
Bystander, b. g. by Zolock (Hall)... 1 1.1
Carrie B., ro. in. (Pootet , 10 2 . 2
Fred Miller,' ro. g: (Stout) 2 3 3
Angelhic, b. m. (Valentine) I 10 1
Country Boy, ch. g. (Cox) r. 6 4 15
Karina, ch. m. (Snedeker) 4 7 8
Queen of Clubs, blk. m. (Hopkins). 17 8 4
Marcla, h. m. (Fleming) 7 6 6
Miss Gay, b. m. (Murphy) 16 6 16
Golda Right,, b. m. (Taylqr) 14 6
Deceiver, br. g. (Bowarman) 6 12 11
Blue Grass Hambletonlan, Jr., b. g.
(Eckert) 11 13
Jim mle O., b. g. (McPherson) 14 8 14
Abe J., b. a (Rons) 13 11 10
High Seven, ch. g. (Stuard) 12 16 12
Grace Direct, blk. m. (Ellison) 16 J7 13
Tertlmln, b. g. (Estes) 8 "16 dr
Time: 2:10, 2:08, 2:08.
-Horse Review futurity, trotting, stake
Ilu.Ouo. 3-year-olds, three In five:
Governor Francis, br. c, by Arlon
(Foote) v 1 1 1
Ed Custer, ch. c. (Chandler) 2 2 2
Vera Vrodlaal. br. g. (Chlids) 3 4 3
i Ijiboudle, b. f. (Bandera) 8 3 4
Ughtsonie. br. f. (Benyon) 4 7 6
Sheeoey, ro. c. (D. Thomas) 6 6 6
Daffodil, br. f. (Ameai 7 6 7
Vendetts, br. c. (Curtis).. tt ds
Bessie Murrin, b. f. (Bowerman)...ds
Maricopa, br. c. (Nuckols) ....ds
Time: 2:114. 2:11H. 2:U.
Horse Review, stake dlvialon, for 2-year-olds,
trotting, two in three:
Blue Hill, 1. c. by Bingen-Nellle Mc-
! Bon Ainl. br. f. (Mavln)
.The Native, b. c. (Benyon) 3 3
t Time: 3:184. 2:14-4- . . . .,
Special event, exhibition against time,
t2Bweet Marie, b. m. (A. P. MoDonald),
lost, .lira.; .vt-.
BOWLING SEAiON IN FILL SWING
Commercial Leasee Gets Into the
Game Moaday Evening.
The bowling season opened last night for
the Commercial lesgue with s series on
the Metropolitan alleys between the Jetter
Gold Topa and the Life Malts. In which
th former took two games out of three
from the last year champions of the
lesgue. The three games were so closely
oontested that In each case It required the
last frame to decide the results, and ths
Gold Tops won in the totals by only four
teen points. White, the one-srmed wonder,
struck out In the first and third, cinching
both games, which otherwise would have
been lost. Stapenhorst carried off the hon
ors of the evening with 1H4 for single game
and 628 for grand total. The poor scores
are laid to lack of practice. ,
Mayor Dahlman and Dave O'Brien were
preaenl as guests of the league and each
delivered himaelf of a few appropriate
thoughts on the glories of sport. Seats
were reserved for the women, of whom
there wa a large attendance. Olson s
orchestra furnished music throughout the
evening and cigars and punch were served.
Tonight the Falstaffs and the El CaudU
las will play on the Metropolitan alleys.
Following Is last night's score:
JETTER GOLD TOPS.
1. 2. 8. Total.
Prlmaux I1 164 178 6u0
Mahoney 172 166 Vrt 6:0
Orotte 134 1T2 108 , 44
White I I31 li4 7,i
Foley 13a i.o . los si
I PEG TOP TEOUSffiS I
when cut right are the best looking and '
comfortable Trousers a Gentleman can
M0L0NY CUTS THEM
.... also those . . L . 1
ICHAS. E: BUOLONY'l
320 South 15th Street, Omaha.
Ths 8 tors
sanies from the Krug Parka last night on
th Association alleys. Nous of th scores
were high, but sll had fair totals and
among th ten Individuals six men ran
freui 641 to-64v Fritscber led for th even
ing with a total of sso. Tonight the teams
are th Cudahys and Mats Brothers.
Cot li ran
' TOtmJsl . eft. ft ss ea
2. 3. Totsl.
152 ' 146 48
170 , 2J2 641
' 170 Dos 468
lo , 1.S4 644
lo . lua 6i0
868 ' sKI 2,843
3. , 3. Total.
Ill 1U 68U
I'M . 1W 654
172 173 &4
. 178 178 644
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