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!THK OMAHA SUNDAY HKE: (KTONKK 14. 1!Kir.
CREIGI1T0N BEATS CORNELL
!(iTnm G I own Under the Ltctl
Rush by 15 to 0.
MUCH KICKING AND F I'M BUNG IS GAME
e Rales loaely Adhered and
I'anla Karhanged n, (.rent
1 Kresjfaenejr Darin Bath
The foot ball Imiti, from Crcighlon uni-
""") ou a splendid victory over the
-trong Cornell (la.) team at Vinton street
park Saturday afternoon in a game which
gave a good Idea of what the nrw rules
will do. Crelghton started with a rush
after the first kickolt and it looked ui
though the blue and white boys would
sweep Cornell off its feet, but t'i. Iowa
lada braced when their goal was In danger
and kicked the ball out of danger mid It
neuaawrd bock and forth in the renter of
the field until time waa called for the first
Crelghton won tlic toss ami choose tlie
downhill Hide Instead of taking advantage
i me wino, and this counted onsld' rably
against them, aa the punter of llic Cornell
team doubled the distance of C'relgliton'a
punts every time. Crelghton got the ball
, on the first kickoff and Brume made a
' forty.yard run to Corneli a forty-yard line.
i and then by consistent plunges tarried the
ball to the three-yard line, where it Waa
loat. Cornell punted to Brome, who thn
. tried for a drop kick from the twenty-Bve-yard
line, but failed. The ball waa punted
to the middle of tha Held and Crelghton
, tried to work a trick play by meana of a
forward paaa. but failed. The half ended
with the ball In the middle of the field.
Maglrl took Lnmphler'a place in the sec
ond half. Crelghton kicked off and the bull
waa fumbled on Cornell'! ten-yard Hoe.
Aylesworth carried It to the three-yard
line and on the next play put It oyer In
tho. corner of the Deld au Brome missed
the goal. Score, t to 0.
Cornell kicked forty yarda to Brome.
who waa tackled hard and dropped the
ball after a hard run, giving the bail to
Cornell on the forty-yard line. Cornell
could not gain. In fact made the distance
on downs not more than twice in the game,
and waa forced to try a quarter back kick.
It worked successfully, for a Cornell man
got the ball In the mlxup. Crelghton lout
Ave yards by an offside play and fumbled,
giving the ball to Cornell on the twenty
three yard Una. Cornell could not gain
and was forced to kick and after an ex
change of kicks Cornell got possession of
the ball on Its own fifteen-yard line. Cor
nell fooaled the kick, and It was
Crelghton' ball on the twenty-yard line.
Many kicks were exchanged, until finally
McCormick broke through and blocked a
kick from Cornell. The ball waa picked
up and carried over by Maglrl and Brome
nlsstd the goal. Score 10 to 0.
Broaac Mlsaea Third Goal.
After a good start Cornell was again
forced to Its own goal, where another kick
waa blocked and Crelghton got possession
of the ball on the three-yard line. Rooney
carried It over and Brome mlseed the goal.
Score IS to 0.
The game waa noted for the numer
ous times the ball was kicked. West kicked
for Cornell and excelled the Crelghton
kicker. Crelghton also had considerable
difficulty :n handling the punts, which were
twisters. The team showed speed at drat,
but alackened after the first rush to Cor
nell's goal- The line-up:
PlafUmnuth amateurs here tndsv. Pern
won hy a seme of 44 tu . Officials: Howie
rOMMTlUN 41 F OW t TK M
Tackle and l.narn1 la Donbl
IOWA CITY, la , o. t. 1 : i Spc. lnl 1
Th feature of the week s work during the
tmst two Hays hits been the discover' that
Bobby Miller, the crack SIntlx City sprin
ter, can run the team at unarterbai a.
Hlnce the disqualification of Remls. Brn
Rerman has been the onlv quarterhai k on
the reg'ilar snuad From the av In
which Miller has he n working It is be.
Ileced be will give the pavenpn,' o.
hard run for first honors. Both men ar
playing an excellent gume, getting the
plays off nulcltlv. paastns the ball well
and tackling hard and sure In the hack
On the whole, the followers of the game
here are better sntlsfled with the way In
which the men are performing now. The
opening mme of the season Is mill two
weeks In the future, and tn fourteen days
it la believed here thit John Chalmers
can teaoh the men a lot of the fine points
of the grent game. Purlng the rtrsi 1
of the week practice was hindered by the
fact that there were not enough men on
the field to line up two teams. Since a
number of attidcnta have been Induced to
report, that difficulty haa been overcome
and the men are developing rapidly.
The tackle and guard positions are the
most unsettled on the team. Klllot has
been moved back to hla old position at
guard and MacFaddcn Is being tried out
for right tackle. Washburn seems to be
a fixture at left tackle, where he has
greatly improved his game over last year.
Heck and Nolte are the other candidates
for the guard positions, but the eventual
selection is still a matter of speculation.
For ends Knowlton and Carberry seem
to be the first choice at this stage of the
game. Cresco White la still on the hos
pital list, but be Is expected to report
The back field, with the exception of
the quarterback, seems to be pretty well
settled, with Kirk at full and Allen and
Kent the two halfbacks. These th-"C men
make the fastest triumvirate of ground,
gainers Iowa has had in those positions In
three years past. Substitutes for these
positions are lacking and Coach Chalmers
will turn hla attention to this problem
KI.LEYIB SMOTHER T.tHKIO TEAM
Ynang Preaba terlans Prove Terrora
n Foot Ball Field.
By the score of it to 0 Bellevue defeated
Tarklo college yesterday afternoon on the
Hellevue gridiron. The game was watched
by a large crowd and was full of sensa
tional end runs and gains on fakes.
The ball was kicked off by Tarkio and
was carried back Into Tarklo territory,
where it was kept during the first ten
minutes of play. Bellevue made good gains
on end runs and forced the ball twice to
tho one-yard line, where Tarklo both times
braced and held them for downs. O. Hen
son tried a drop kick once from the twenty-five-yard
line, but failed. lister in the
half be made two more attempts, both of
them being successful. One waa made
from the thirty rive and ' the other from
ihe forty-yard line. The feature of
the first half was tha end runs or Tulles,
B. Benson and Marvel. The half ended
with the score 8 to 0, In favor of Hellevue.
In the second half the two Benscns, Mar
vel and Tolles tore around the ends for
gains of from fifteen to forty and fifty
yarda each. Bellevue also gained eaelly
on fakes and a forward pass from B. Hen
son to Marvel netted the first touchdown,
after an exciting sprint of forty yards. O.
Benson kicked goal, making the score 14
With eight minutes to play, Tarklo kicked
off to B. Beiuion. returned ninety yarda to
the Tarklo one-yard line. The next play
Harte was pushed over for a touchdown.
Rice made the last touchdown on a twenty-five-yard
run and O. Benson kicked goal,
sending the score to 2. Rice of the Bel
levue team was In every play and did
some phenomenal work In breaking up
Tarklo's interference. The lineup:
Cornbcskers Fcr Ones si Rfio.it f
BmsotB Fiere of Plsj.
TACTICS OF NEW RULES ARC OVERLOOKED
or lrfe Kick Penalties Heavy
McDonald Makes Forty
(FTom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) The Nebraska Cornhuskers . won
from Ih-nke on the gridiron today, but the
tnwana threw a scare Into the Comhnsker
camp, for Nebraska victory was by ths
slender score of t to 0. Drake marshaled
I an eleven slightly heavier than the Corn-
hnskrre and played a stiff game, both on
the offense and In resisting Nebraska's
charges, but the Ilawkeyes muffed punts
and lnt the ball so persistently on their
fumbles that they were never able to get
within hailing distance of the opposing
I goal. The work of the Nebraska backs
In handltrg punts was much ciesner. the
Cornhuskers exhibiting strong Improvement
compared With their weakness In this de
partment a week ago.
Nebraska excelled In ground gaining,
carrying the ball a total of 170 yards, com
pared with eighty for Drake. McDonald.
Nebraska's left end. once sprinted forty
yards with the ball for the only brilliant
gain of the day. Penalties were heavy
against both teams. Nebraska forfeiting
sixty yards snd Drake thirty.
Both elevens displayed a persistent ten
dency to play the new game under the
tactics of the old. Not a forward pass
or one side kick was attempted by either
side, and both found It Impossible to retain
the ball on downs by the usual resort to
The first half was scoreless. Nebraska
once captured the ball bn Drake's twelve
yard line, but surrendered Its possession
on futile efforts to pierce the Drake line.
The Cornhuskers changed quarterbacks in
the recond half. Cook succeeding Drain,
and st once took a brace. A trick play
was responsible for the touchdown. With
the ball only two yards from the side
line, Cooke bluffed at a plAy around the
middle of the field, but McDonald took
the oval to the other side and raced forty
yard, being downed within three yards
of the Drake goal. Drake braced desper
ately and the Cornhuskers took all three
downs to force the ball over the goal on
line bucks. Denslow missed the klckout
and Nebraska forfeited Its chance for a
try at goal. The rest of the play was in
Drake territory. Benedict once missing a
drop kick by only a yard. The lineup: .
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Ellison. I'molre: Kllick. Head
V. A. Duhrldge: linesmen: Dr.
M. N. Loonils and Q. A. Stephens. Timers:
Art. Coud snd 11. N. Twogood. Time of
lutlves: and 20. Scores: Crelghton:
Crelghton's rooters were so enthusiastic
after the game they got permission from
Coach Cavanatish to aive the memhera nf
the team a little spread at the Henahaw j ""wlce''
H.tturaay nign: and a large number joined
In. Many of the alumni of Crelghton were
presi nt and considerable entkusiusm was
moused, enthusiasm which will help the
team durin? the week In its preparation
for the Hellevue game next Saturday.
0 Besses (( apt)
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Hirv.r. Matters L.T.IR.T...
McDonald. Benedict. .L.R.l It.E...
Drain. Cook QB. IQB...
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Ma.on. captain ll.ir.B
.. Krana, Pinch
Touchdowns: Mason: I niplre: A. Ora
ham of Oritinell. Referee: F. D. Cornell
of IJncoln. Head linesman: C. W. Krvin
of Lincoln. Time of halvno: Twenty minutes.
Murla II apt I
B. S. Mori
Time of halves: X and
Cadet Team la Much l.lhter, hat Only
Oas ToscMsniTi Made.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Oct. 13. Princeton this
afternoon' manager to score one touchdown
against the much lighter and plucky foot
ball eleven of the naval academy mid lo
keep their own goal line from being crossed.
The game was played before nearly 8.(-)0
persona From the start Princeton played
hard, line bucking foot hall. This con
tinued through the half with neither fide
able to score.
From viirht under the Koal pi. His. where
Dillon received the kickoff in the second i
Illinois Kails to Score.
CHAMPAIGN, III., Oct. IS.-The foot bkll
teamn of the Walmsh college and the
1'iilverHltv of Illinois ooened the season
Porta' ! ,l,,re t,K,y aM played a tie game, neither
ru ri-tiiiK. ii waa iiie nr&i lesi or
the new rules on the Illinois field. The
visitors outpluyed Illinois in (he first half,
stopping end runs and piling up plavs Into
the line. In the second half Wabash
threatened several titties and once forced
Illinois to punt from buck of the goal line.
Tltn forward pasa was tiled several times,
but with Indifferent results.
Harvard Win from Farmers.
CAMBRIDOK. Mass., Oct. IS The Har
vard foot bull team defeated the Masga
cltunetta Agricultural college eleven todav,
7i to 0. After playing malnlv on the de
fensive In the first half. Harvard clianred
tactics in the second and made their last
two tomhilow-ns hy rushing tho ball. Har
vard made more than ten yard each time.
The visitors did not make a tint down
during tht forty minutes of plav. They
o-eu an niegai rorwiirtt pass, witn which
tney guinea inirty varna twice
KOI Til OMAHA HKiH SCHOOL WIWKR
half. Princeton began agnlit to hanmer the I Imve the ball recalletl.
line, playing sirt'igni ttmi
ball. Twice they literally bucked their o score in Army-Colgate Game.
way UP the field to within reaching Ols- , WEST POINT. N. Y Oct. 1.1 Neither
tance of the navy gotil. but tl- liiiclwliip- able scored in the West Polnt-( 'oluate
men saved themselves by breaking P a i game todiy. The tlrst half consisted of
trick formation and once by holding the freiiucnt exchanges of punts, with aiiutll
Princetons. alternate gains for either side. In the sec-
After eight minutes of play Spencer re- j nd hm( hy m,rt.,sve line bticking. Col
i..kl lull, in a mint on the navy s n'e-yaid ui . ,. r-.i.t n, t..n , ,i. .....'.
Mine. Spencer kicked the ball out of danger , va,.(1 nn(1' and ost ,, 0, west
, to Dillon, who heeled for a flee kick cm . t.o1nt rn1(1j , nn r.,.v ,,.v f , f
ine navy a iuii-inyi .'"i" .i "Pln lime was called with the lull In
fumbled Cooney s kick and downed the ; w(1, Holm s possi ssion on Colgate's
IMntlsnittMlh Outclassed r Beta from ball ror a toucnaown. ini r twenty-yard tie.
miiimwaiN an iRn.ru " ' raiail i - vn r1 line SlillCf'r
racking Town. , ,,. wa(l received hy McCormick In mid- Hngb, t.a.ne at Stanford.
The South Omaha High school won Its Held. Front here Princeton began to buck . FORD Pal fw i n ti,. nr.r ,t
111 st game yesterday front the Plattsmouth its way toward a score. McCormick started . f "7P' J.Vihv VJ? TTm L
Hisli arhm. by the decisive score of 79 to ). off with twelve yards and Sutever and K. "l' f "r rur' t ' P' ' on
l'M :tMi...uth played a plucky gume hrntigh. ; A. Dillon alternated w ith him in gains. ..''V,'" " Ti i T V ,1 J Ti.1
out. but wai outclassed by the superior which placed the ball on the navy s lh
s,ed and science of South Omaha The -yard line, where two rushes, by M',p- J "'v'
game was distinguishes! by sensational long Inlck put it over. Dillon felled to kick a , '"r",0' rdr',olf 'H,n,"r, penal lied
end runs and open plavlng all made by difficult goal. Time was called shortly ; rreouen,y 8Ild California s score was dl-
South Omaha, however. Plattsmouth pin v. . after. 'Jt "i"v ,h't Penalties
In atrnlirht foot ball throughout. An even 1 """ b the ref. iee.
fioseti long runs' ranging from fifteen lo 1 KVI.V AM l"SBI.K TO 'OKF.
fortv yards were mule by South Ornahu j.
' The fiUs't "hlif" started w.ll for Plaits- iwartkmore Win b M-klnat Toneh-
mouth, but Its opponents steailled on their down la Jleconrl llal
Beatrice Ontplaya Pawnee.
PKATRKT:. Neb.. Oct. U. (Special
Telegram.) The Beatrice Hlirh a. hool
i foot ball team defeated the Pawnee eleven
orteen-rnrd line, and there securing the i" piflL.VDF.1 PHIA Oct IS. The fi.i- today at the Driving park In an niterest
ball tore down the Held for a touchdown. I p'ennsvlcanln foot hall te-un wns ; lug and exciting game by the score of (1
In r.errlj- all of the rest of the half tho ', .Ti rbv Sw'arthmore today. 4 to 11. ; w II, Beatrice's Hue waa Impregnable and
ball w:s !n south onisit:i s posscssinti. p,,mavlvanla eleven lost the game in- the visitors were outplayed at every
After Plattsinoutli secured the ball !t was I " ' of ,,er,ii,tent holding and fumbling point.
forced acroka Its own goal line for a safety. J J" (h nril hfHi,d the further fact that .
The third touchdown was made bv Munaer j j,, no drop kl'-ker. i Fatality at Morrlitews, . J.
after a senSattonMl thlrty-vard run The; i.', ,h. r,t half Pennsvlvanla workeil the : MORRIRTOWN. N. J.. Oct. 13 -Charles
ball insiiie nwaruintoie "''T ,,
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Sw:uihiiiore's score came in the second
half. Captain Uteene of Pennsvlviinia
i." i.ti l.n hi. own fifieen-vnrd line.
pwarthinore was penalised liriecn yanls for
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llslf ended with the cn-e standing Is to 0.
Vtattsniout n punted rrequentiy in tne sec.
mid lialf. and so held Bouth Onvi'ia to two
touchdowns. The final score vi.a to .
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Leonard canity starred for Plattsmouth.
Pt.ATTSMOl'TH. SOI TH OMAHA
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Touchdowns: Mct'ullougli. Munger. 8tln
lerg. Krug, Pohn. G.ls: Cnhn 2i. 8fey:
Kouih Umaha. Referee: Koas of fcViuth
(maha. l'mpire: V'ates of PlttsmHh.
Head linesman: Daly. Time of halves:
MDHMM-'IPr) r'AII.S-" It I MIIRI"
IV am from Sloas (llr Realea la
saaay r.aaae at A airs.
AMK8. la., th-l. 1.1 (Special Telegram.!--MorningiJde
college of Bioux t'lty today
Itild Iowa Stat rollege to the Inytest score
It has mad.; thia year. The Moruingside
players are snappy, and played a good
gnriie. 'Oie. Ames players expected confi
dently to pile up a big score. Inn Morning
side h'ld them 10 a lower score. than eil'.ier
lies .Moines college or C'oe of Cedar RapMs.
'ihe mini s'-ore was S: to v, with .the fol
lowing lineup 1
litck 10 (he thirty-yard line h.h.1 sent the
ball whirling beiween the uprights.
AHK Al l. KKOM V MRI.KS
(iraarf Islaad llefeala Hastings Ularb
Mehool T ele o Sis.
IIA8T1NOS. Xeb.. Oct. 13 .-(HMclal Tele
gram -The C.rattd Island High school foot
ball team defeated the llaflings High school
tesni this afternoon, 12 to . No scores
, 1.. 1,.. !, t,.lf The ueconft
h7f ," with I.ll... -Hastings, scorlug tlinle. V
of Carrier's reach. He also exhibited bet
ter control than his opponent. As th? win
ner of laat year's tournament Is not in
school, he will not la? able to defend his
title and the championship will go to Rip
ley. KVBST!) TNK HUMMI TRICKS
Btiydan, Is years of uge. was killed today In
a fool ball game Itetw.eti the Morrlstowu . .i..i.i n.Hl-
bigh school and the Morrlstown boarding "eshabllle las Hie Municipal llauoi
school. Vcung Suydan. who was on the 1 rap at Bel moat Park,
high school eleven, was accidenily tripped. 1 vnlH. ... i.Mi1bilie with
lie fell heavily, breaking hi. neck. I .NJ-VV "- X. iJZ. V .n .
. j WKitmyy lu in,- ...... .....
llama Defeats Pierre.
riKRRK. 8. D.. Oct. 11 (Special Tele
grams Huron High school defeated Pierre
High school today. Score. IS to .
Scores of Other Games.
At Ithaca, N. Y. Cornell. 24; Uuck
At Madison, Wis. Wisconsin, 5; iw
At Prlnceston. N. J. Princeton, .
Pratt Institute. 0.
At Terre Haute, Ind. Karlham, ; Rose
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hirar pliyers for Ames were McKliiliiney
bines enil llri-gger. On (If Mm iilngi.d
t-.Tin llciltcan and Kricaou ii. goml work.
I hi day wat loeal for :i f. ball game.
Tue crowd was large and line music w.i
f.(rn'hej throughout b the college ban I.
I he crowd from Hiou City was about fifty
trong and twenty men camo as iihtyers.
No cerluus injuries were receive J in tin
rni and little time 'ai taken out. Tli
Sioux City team arrived this morning at
14 o'clock and left th a evening ut o'clock
(iir borne. '
a touchdown on Grand Iwianti luninie 01
a foraard pass. Both of Grand Island's
touchdowns were made on fumbles of
punts. Officials: Heartwell. Histlngs; Prof.
Matthew, Urand island.
Trelaktou Third Team 111".
As an eveopener to the big game at Vin
ton street' park Saturday afterntsm, Crelgh
ton's third team played Boyles' college
team ami won bv Ihe -nre ef 6 lo i. The
f ame was (lie tlrst of the aeaeon for the
ioyle team anil the superior work of the
collegians won for them. Ttoth teams
showed thev bad good material end should
b heard from laie In the season. The
I, K. S.ait (Cast,
At Cedar Rapids. Ia. Pes Moines. 0:
At Hoboken. N. J. Trinity, 1;
At Cincinnati Cincinnati. 0; Miami, .
At St. Louts Hi. Louis university, JJ;
8t. Charles' Mllltsr- academy, 0.
At Amherst Amherst. IS: Tufts. .
At Hanover Part mouth, 4; Inlverslty
hanrllcan at a mile and three ouarters H
Belmont park today, defeating Ironsides
by eight lengths, with Mlsa Crawtord
third. The time, 2 ::;, ia a new truck
record. Ironsides was always favoille at
S to 1, while Deshabille was hacked from
0 to 1 down to 4 to 1. Red Krlar was
strongly played, bis price dropping from
1 to I to 5 to 1. H was never Hanger
otia. Sailor Boy went out to make the
pace, followed by Ironsides ami Red
Friar. This was the order into the back
stretch, but at the fur turn Ironsides
moved up to the leader and led Into'llie
stretch. Meanwhile Knapp on Deahahiilc
was gradually working his way up. and
!.. .tr.ihiened for the run to the wire
j - I .. .... aaallv Irmialitea VA'AS I
orew . In Ve:
Al.S r I 7,eCbat..,J;.TnvonV-
steeplecnaae ai aoouv i..,eC ....... ... ' j N. IllitkemoreT blk. g. I Funic)
Bitter Miss second, Zliiaugii third. Time:
Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth miles:
Whipporwill won. Shining Star second.
Oratorlan third. Time: 1:4.
HARMOSS IIAtlNG IN I.KMX.KIX
Talpa Wins Ihe Xioll Stake In (be
Fourth If eat.
LKXINOTON, Ky.. Oct. :i The tliirty
fouith annual meeting of the Kentucky
Trotting Horse Breeders' association incit
ing was brought to a close t tales aft. I noon
with the Bioli stake as the feature of the
program. Taluu, a representative uf the
Oakland farm of Wellsvllle, N. Y., won
the race. Talpa had no trouble aft-r losing
tiie first beat to Pr. CIpihc. 1 11 the -other
heats she never waa headed. The 2:fi class
f..r .,n, -em went lo Kubv l.acv lu a fcatuie-
Icsb race, a the mare ouiciusel the ft",.
On account of scratches tne i::ji trot was
It la a peculiar fact that accidents tuarroil
the liiat and lant races of the meeting,
in the Htoll stake Pavld Cnhlll. driving
Bister Colleie. collided with Charles J.iml
son. driving Kapnlnn. Until drivers were
thrown out. but neither was seriously in-
The' Rtoll Htake 2:19 trot, value H.'iOO,
orsnal Wakra Hla ro
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.jiil iSvMinsl fuvl bail team pliad llie
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Knot Hall at llalou.
Ian games oC foot hull will be played at
Vinton stieet park Sunday afternoon. The
Shamrock will play Missouri Valley and
th. Superiors will plav the Podge Ulit
Guards from Council Bluffs.
falls WIm at Webster t in.
WEBSTER CITY, Ia.. Oct. IS. (Spe
cial Telegram ! The Webster City High
school teat. 1 lost a ragge, game of foot
ball to Iowa Falls this afternoon, 4 u.
Usiaaa Niara Win.
Ihe Freniera were smothered l.v the
Omaha Siaj s at Twenty-second nnd
W'eluter meets yesterday afternoon. Tbt
inr tui :i to 0, In (avur of th btars.
Conn. Wesleyan, 0;
of Maine, n.
At Audover Yale Freshmen, il; Phil,
lips (Andoverl, 0.
At Wllllamstown Williams. 1; Mld
At !:elhlehem Ilaverford. B: lehigh. 0.
At TieMefont. Pa. State college, 0; Oet
At ICsston. Pa. Lafayette, 14; Medico
C'nirurgical college, 0.
At C olumbus. O. Ohio Plate university,
S3: WIttetiburg. .
At Marietta. O. Marietta college, 46;
Ruekhannon ('. Vs.). 6.
At F.xeter. K. II Harvard Second, 4;
Phillips 1 Exeter). .
At I-awrence, Kan. Kansas, 17; Ar
At Manhattan. Ksa Kansas State Agri
cultural college, lu: Haskell Indians. S.
At Colorado SpringColorado college, C:
I'tah university, .
At Columbia. Mo. Missouri riversily, ti;
Rulla ek hool of Mines. 0.
Ida Klgper Wlaa Tesrsri.
John Rippey. '07. won the high school
tennis tournament, which closed Friday.
The final contest was between Rippey and
8am Carrier, '(7. the former winning. 7-,
8-1 -4. D-. 8-4. The right for the honor
was a hard one. reiu'r'ng live sets to settle
it. Carrier played a tine same, winning
niosi of bis points bv lobbing ami in!'-
,iwtmii on mppey s part. He also showed
good Judgment In placing. Rippey placed
a r.l iti'lvn
W H. Panlel won the Nursery handicap,
six furlongs straight, by a length from
the "l-to-l shot. Turenne. Sewell. tn win
ning the first race, equaled the track rec
ord for seven furlongs by stepping it In
1:25 fiat. Results:
First race, seven furlongs: Sewell won.
Grapple second, Penrhyn third. Time:
Second race. Brook cup steeplechase,
.Kami three miles: Alfar WOU. ColigtlV
second. Jimmy Una third. Time: S;t)7. 1 KeI H, ci. g' (pilliigei 1
1 1 1
I i 5
t 4 2
a S i
7 a 1
4 -i liH
Kthel 1. ch. 111. lUahagani 4
The Phantom, blk. h. (Walker) ... ti
Klslfr Collette, b. ni. (Calilll) .... 5
k'Htinvna b. 11. iJiimlsotl) 7
Time: i:ll'4. 2:11. 2:-a- - '-'i-
Class t JK pace, purse fl.tKAt, three in
Ruby Lacy. b. m. (Tiilmadge) 1
Third race. Nursery handliap. six fur
longs, straight: W. 11. panlel won.
Tourenne second, Altuda third. Time:
Fourth race, live and one-half furlongs,
straight: Ben Strong won, Ace High sec
ond. Royal Brceie third. Time: : 1:0(H.
Fifth race. Municipal handicap, mile and
three quarters: peshabille won. Ironsides
second. Miss Crawford third. Time:
Sixth race, one mile: Orollne won,
Bivouac second, Cederstromo third. Time
1IIH LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Oct. IS. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Alaono won.
Airship second. Sorrell Top third. Time:
Second race, one mile: Auditor won,
Bellevtew second, Pudley third. Time:
Third race, six furlongs: Platoon won.
Garret Wilson second, Lady Esther third.
Fourth race. Traveling Passenger
Agents' handicap, one mile: Hannibal
14. v Vim fretenalon Beeonil M i-l I e. im.
the ret most of the time and In this way I third. Time: 1:40.
a hla lu pUvu many ut the balls outf JIPu rave, sis, t urluugs Cb won,
Perberthit.-th. 111. (Boucher)
Moore, b. g. t.Murpnyi
Itcprochless. blk. 111. (Dodge)
j. el. itanion, OIK. K. IIU-HI
3 1 1
1 4 :
5 i 3
7 t 4
Susie W, ch. 111. (lieindoni
Iiitie K. b. 111. (I-rfing)
Time: 2:11. i:r.4, 2:10'. 2:lu'.
MISS I I RTIS IS GOI.F f lHWIMO
Boatoat W amaa Wlai atloaal Title
l.laka at West er toa.
stymie for Mlsa Curtis. A two-foot cop
bunker on the seventeenth green uccuiu
pllxlKd the deleat for Mies Aduins.
The seventeenth proved Miss Adaius"
Wiiuiloo. Miss Adams sliced her bail into
the woods, but an accommodating tree
headed it into the fair green abort of Ihe
bunker. She jUM (ailed to pilch over the
lau-fnot cup and played two more from
the trup heioie reaching the green. Her
tlfth stroke struck the edge of the cup
and .lumped nut. Miss Cm. is played sale
und won the match uud the chiiiiipionsiiip.
I lie curds were:
f. 7 5 3 5 4 u 5-4;
In 5liti467(i4 C'-W
Out 5767465 I -4K
lu ti(i566446 -41-o9
OMIHI (.OI.FI'.m AT BIOl X 4'1'I'Y
Dr. Kumaf) la Beaten lu Flaals b
SIOCX CITY. la.. Oct. 13 (Special Tel.-
gram.) Pr. II. C. Humney nf the Ouuilut
Field club was defeated here today In tne
finals of the championship round of lh
Interstate golf tournaint nt by Warren
Plckli.011 of Pes Molnea. 2 up and 1 to
play. pr. Sunuiey was not p!iiing as
strong a game as Friday, when be nut II.
H. Ferguson of Cedar Rapids, la., termer
sjnte champion, nut. of tit running. 4 up
and 3 to play. The championship match
wits for thirty-six holes, picking n took
the lead at the very beginning mid held II
throughout. Drorge W. Shields of the
Omaha Field club won the championship
in the solace event this morning, defeating
Albeit Fullerton of Sioux City. 6 up und G
to play. A. C. Jones, also of the Field
club, won the champiogship In the consola
tion event, defeating J. l Huminla uf
Lemars, up and 6 to play.
mou fly casting event, cast 14s-feet
Inches, a new worlds record. Enrlght
also set two other records.
ST. MH IN AMKHIt t Fill HTH
Second On me Veslerdar n TI.
ST.' LOII8. Mo.. Oct. 13-The local
Ann rienns won their fourth victory over
the St. IxiiiIh Nationals by taking Ihe first
game of a ilouhh --header, a lo I. -Parknesa
endol the second gmne at the otel of the
fifth, score u to o. 'Ihe series now stands
Americans, won 4; .Nations la, won none
A double-header la announced for tomor
Score, flrat giime. r y4
Amcricnnf. u 0 1 ii n II ii j j j
S'iitbuals Ii n 1 u o (I (i ol j 4
lotteries: Howell nnd Spencer; Karger
and Aln r!tall.
Score, keciuid game: R II E
Americans o o u o 0 n 4 i
Nationals 0 Duo 0-O 1 1
Batteries J'elty and Spencer; Beehe snd
(.oil at Cesstrr lab.
Tlie warm game of the golf season has
been arranged for next Saturday after
noon between two felscted teams from
the Oniahft Country club. One xf theae
teams will be captained by E. H. Sprague
and the oilier by F. II. Gaines. Theae two
captains are probably about the two mrwt
eiilhuMlasllc golfers In the city and have
! .e.'ercd Into the contest with a vim and a
WEST NEWTON. Mass.. Oct. 13. lils ; .-itermination to win. The winners will
Harriet S. Curtis of Boston, playing fro.il idine ntxl Saturday evening at the expense
the Essex Country club today, son, the
woman's national golf championship by de
feating Mlsa Mary B. Adams, also of Bos
ton, but playing from tlie Woilaata Uotf
club. 2 up and I tu play, on the links of
the Brae Burn Country club.
Two thousand p-ople followed each stroke
throughout the seventeen holes and were
rewarded for their exertions by seeing
some fine driving, good approach work and
many sensational puta. Miss Curtis out
placed her oplHiuetit, although Miss Aduui
tut unfortunate In severnl of the lioics,
notably tlie thil teentn. which happemd to
be a critical stage of the game. Her lbO
vaid dtlve fetched the ball oil a hanging
ilne and on (he green she Just mlxked a
half bv being compelled to lift the hall
I (rum wbal wiia althiu half au lucu 01 a
of the luscrs and the cuns snd trophies
of the season will be presented to the win
nets by the president, E. H. Sprague.
Basket Ball at Alns ortn.
AIN8WORTH. Neb.. Oct. 13. (Special
Telegram.) A splendid game of basket ball
wua played here this afternoon between
Aln.worih and Johnstown. The score
'J to 11, In favor of Johnstown.
New Fig tasting Herord.
NEW YORK. Oct. 11. Fishermen from
Europe and America competed for fly
casting honors st Central park today in
tlie first annual tournament of the
Anglers' club of New York. John Kn
ilgUl vt lislauu, lu Us iwu-baudvia
' Bi.a Ball at Dirts P,
Tlie Omaha, Western lea aim f m' .in
again meet tha, pjet, teams In a double,
header Uiis afternoon at ptetg psrk.-."Ws-hoo"
Sum " CnifcTord. the famous right
fielder of the Ietrolt Americans, will per
fotm In center field fr the Onmhas. "0..
Hull formerly with Omaha, lute of Sioux
City will pitch the second game and George
Clark of tho Daft pes Moines team will
cavort in light field with Johnnv Gondlna
guarding the initial sack the games are
c.-rtaln to bn fast and Interesting through
out. This contest will be professional
against AmaLeur, every player with Omaha
being a professional, and the Pleta teams
a III endeavor to eecure revenge for their
driest lust Sunday. These games will
piohably be the last of the season and as
the gala receipts go lo the players the
management hopes tint a large representa
tive audl.ncs of (ana mill I on hand at
.: p. m. Following la the lineup, first
Plets Athletics Position
Latham ; Third ,
i.n.eup, second game:
Piets Assn. Position
Hunter, Massman. Catcher
1 amp First
Annerson A 1 1 McNeelev
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