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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1011.
By "Bud" Fisher .
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PUEBLO BEATS OMAHA TWICE
Loll and Sindelar lose Two Games
to the Orphani.
KANE AND WILLIAMS HIT WELL
Faker Pitches Both Came for l
eU'sRaaca and Mold Oaiaba
All tae War Tbroagh the
PUEBLO. Oct. 30. Pueblo won both
name from Omaha today. Fsber pitched
both rtmu for th locals. Score, first
AH. R. H O A.
tohotf, Jt ...
Lynch, o 3
. TotaJa. u
27 27 8
... 1 0 A 0 0 0 0 1-2
....1 8 0 0 0 0 3 4
Rocrner, MMdloton Two.
i Stolon b
, fcaaa hlta:
WUlUuna. MlddlAton. Lynch.
ThrM-but hit: Kane. Double nlay
.Moor to Kaoa la Lynch. Pacririea hlta:
Niehoff, aomona. berger, Koerner. M11
'dleton. Btrurlc out: By Faber. S; by
Lot i. 4. iiaaes on balla: (tt Lota, 8.
lime: 1:4&. Umplrea: Clark and Mo-
Br ore, aeoond iiran
Ab. R. H O. X. E
Moore, lb 4
NlenoK. 1 4
Thomaaon. cf 4
i Willi ama. rf...
.rarmll. aa. . ..
Ab. Rj H
peraor, ea ....
Tota.:a S3 S 37 li A
Oniaha 1 0 0 0 ft 0 0 A 01
pueblu 0 1 0 M I M
Btolen baeea: William. Mlddleton 2).
CraJ (S(, Hugliea (2, ftohmid. Two-baee
hlu: Borrer. Belden. Koerner. Three
W bit: Mlddlctton. sacrifice hita: Coyle.
vaidea. . Btruclt out: By Faber,-: by
(Modeler. C Baaee on balla: Olf Sindelar,
Time: 1.3i. Umplrea: Clark and Mc
Dowell. DRIHMCRI TAKE TWO GAMES
First Oat With LIcola Oofs to
' EUMllli Socoad Forfeited.
VT. JOeEPH. Mo.. Oct. X -8t. Joseph
took two game from Lincoln here this
afternoon, winning th first game, 3 to
t in eleven Inning. Umpire Morgan for
feited th second gam to Bt. Joseph, t
to 0, when Lincoln refused to play.
In the eleventh Inning of the flrt
fame. Umpire Morgan put tour mem
er of the Lincoln tejm-Mi'Oormlck,
Btratton. McOraw and Dundnn out of the
park for Jumping on his feet end Jerking
him around. He fined each one lift. He
would not allow these player to take
port In th second game until they had
paid ttlr fine and they refused to pay
tbem. Donald lepaln. owner of rh
club, then took his team off ' the field
and Umpire Morgan gav th gam to
Bt. Joseph. Score:
Cole. 2b 1 S
Cobb, cf, ss I
MoCormlck. If I
Wolverton. P. If 0
Miller, cf. tb 4
Dundon, tb 4
MKiraw, o 4
mlih. p 0
Horrelt. lb 4
Ha-rnan. p. rf ... t
I '33 1
AB. R K.
Powell, rf ...
" Borton, lb....
Fl ee man.
Total S9 t 12 88 in 1
i "Two out when winning run scored.
Batted tor Chellett In second.
Lincoln i OOO00O0OA o
ot. joeepa 0 eoOOOOlOO 13
stolen bases: Powell, Relllv, Bortoo il
Bacnflu hits: Killv Jm,.. u-.n
Meinke, Hagerman. to-bi hit; Borl
. wu, voi. norreu Btrit' k out By
Choi lt t, 1; by Freeman. 5. by Hager-
.v, utr Jiagerman,
" fhelleii. t In two inning
off FiMmiD. 3 In eiht inning, off Hu
rnvan. W in ten Inning: off Smith, i In
mnioi on e.se: Bi Joseph
.U. Uncoln. 1 Umpire. Knapp atd
Morgan. Time; J oo.
PERU ATHLETIC BOOSTERS
ARE BUSY WITH TEAM
. PERC. ."b., Oct. l.-4Bpecll.t Th
chapel period was turned over to th stu
dents yterday morning for a fool bail
tally and the sailing of season tickets
it waa th most au.-cestful event of this
hind tiere. Over jui tic kets acre sold
Next fcarurday will be th fu-t gam
for Peru a;i th second university teaun.
' Tb Key to Buanneee tow
rrferO- p iT&TM r Jill c- SsMWi3?rtffi mZF Sis'
1 . i corrrterrp mi jrmtert j
MARQUARD'IS IN FINE FETTLE
Giants Shatter the Pennant Aspira
tions of the Chicag-o Cubs.
RICHIE WALLOPED AT FINISH
Heav- HlttfM from fe York
Poonpf I'fon Stnr Ttrlr-r Who
Had n(i-n Them In pealnK
(aiue of Treaent ferlra.
CHICAGO. Oct. t ChiCJo,a pennant
hrjpea were shattered attain by New
York today, when the visitor shut the
local out, R to 0. About the beet Chicago
can expect now ! to tlo the eaaternera
for the pennant, aa New York la eeven
and ono-halt eamna In the lead and
Chicago hns "nlv ilx remaining Kernel
on the ache . while New York still
hae twehe ;.::. to play.
Today' tanm wa a pltrhere' btl
between Marqnard, v. ho wa eny for the
locaW In one of the prevlou games, and
Rtrh.e. who won the opening itume with
ease. But today Merquard ehowed hi
old form and wa elmot Invincible He
alowed the local but alx Bcatt red hit,
while Richie, who held the easterner to
three hlta up to the eltchth Inning,
weakened and wa hit hard.
Seven hit In theee two Inning, netted
five run for New York. Merkle opened
the eighth Inning with a double to the
left field rlrcu eata, which were aat
up for the expected ' overflow crowd,
which did not come out. He wa sacri
ficed to aecond and acored on Fletcher's
double. Fletcher advanced a base on
Meyer' out and acored on a ingle by
Not being satisfied with their lead.
New York scored three more runa In th
next Inning. L. Doyle alngeled,. but waa
forced by Pnodgr. Murrty faned and
Merkle got a alngle. Henng alngled and
Pnodgrasa counted. Fletcher doubled to
right center, acoiing 'Merkle and Her
og and wa himself put out. when he
tried to atretch hia hit Into a triple.
Chicago got a man aa far aa third
baae In the second Inning, and again In
the venth Inning, by which all base
were filled, Once again they got a man
a far aa the third In the ninth. In thla
Inning Doyle and Hofman each stole a
base, the visitor making no attempt to
catch them. Soore:
CHICAOO. KfcW YOJUC
AB.H.O.A.E. in w a a m
herku'4, If. t I 0 ODinn. If. .. I 0 1 0 e
scnuite, rf . ( 1 I 1H Degrle. b t I
Tinker, h... 4 I 1 SSnedgrsM. et 4 0 1
Zlm'nita. A 4 IIMiirro. rf . . 4 1
J. rioyl. lb. 4 I 1 I SMorfcl. lb.. 4 1 7 A A
lr. lb .. I 1 'Hrloc, lb.. I I I t
KI..HI.. a .
1 nriHrhtr, 4 I I t
S 0 1 Mysrs. I I I 1
I I 1 Urutr. B I 1 (I 1
1 a e o e
. .W in 31 u I
Total. ... .It . T U 1
Batted for Richie In th ninth.
Chicago A 0 0 0 0 A A 0 00
New 1 ork A A 0 0 0 0 0 3 85
Two-be hit: Baler, Merkle. Fletcher
(2). J. Doylo. Bacrlf les hits: 8aller, Her
og Stolen base: J. povle Hoffman.
Double play: Tinker to Zimmerman to
Bier. Left on bases; Chicago. 9; New
York, 8. Basea on ball Of Mar
quard. 8. Struck nut: Bv Marquard, 7;
lv Richie, t. Time: 1.65. Umptr:
Brennan and 0Day.
Soprano Sets New
COLUMBUS. O., Oct. 1 It requlrei th
final afternoon of the fall trotting meet
ing of the Columbus Driving aasocla-
tton to add a new world trotting raoord
for four heat lo a rac. Th time of
the race. 3 06H. 3 0544. 3 06i and 3:05V.
constitute a new world record for four
trotting heats In a fac. and the fourth
heat was th fastest fourth heat ever re
corded. . Summary:
2 14 trot, 8 lo 5. purse tl.IOu:
Myrtle Oranneit. blk. m.. by
iitanett iHarrlson) at
Martha C, by. m.. by Pet Clare-
twilshl) i t
rtnemore. b. h. (LoomU) J 4
Castle Dome. b. h (Chendlon ... 1
Hubert K Alcott. Axworthy. Jeremiah
Dixie i:raln. vwilla. L. Miwl.r m,l
aui'i fariiKa( aiso aiarteo.
lime, i), l:0S.
2 07 trot. make. & in 5. nr I'ika
oi.i'riiiu, iu. m., oy tseiiani (An
Grace, so m., by Peter the Ureal
Willy, b U. (Pennock. j
i ; i
Io Labor br. g ililml)n 1
Major v elllngton also started
lime, rucj, j on',. 2.fe4. J.0'.'4.
BASE BALL MAGNATE LOSES SUIT
Conrt Rentiers Jndgmeat FsTorlug
KEARNEY, Neb . Oct I -tBpecla.
Tlegram. Judgment for 8120 and cost
w mi QKiiiun ui juue i . u nana
in th suit of A. U Mahol. president
of th Kearney Bese Ball aasoclation.
against Henry Blevera, president of the
Nebraska Btate lsgus. sftsr ths ess
had bn beard In luetic court la Kear
ney yeeterday. Th action of Pres.
dent Biavers In paying Cj Black upon
recommendation of tb board of director
salary to th extent of SI JO out of the
Kearney association guarantee waa the
ctuk for suit.
DAYIO CITY IM riRST GAME
Tak Nebraska Mtlltarr Afiavdesar
' lata Tut of S ta O.
DAVID CITY Neb.. Oct 1 iSpeclall
The David City High school eleven
s'arted the aon In a proper mnnr
Frldav by bringing home the l a. on fiom
the nill'.tary bo at Lincoln David City
played on the opposing team territory
during the entire game, but no touch
down seemed lo be there for them.
The score as It wau. waa male by the
home team's star fullback and punter,
Peauek. bsa he made a drop kik vr
Ua sari fisaa Uui fortje-yard Un.
. An Interesting event In Danish athletic
circle will take place next Thursday
evening at Washington hall, when teams
representing lodges No. 19 and No. 195
will engage In a tug-of-war for a large
llver loving cup. These two lodge are
BOOSTERS LOSE AND WIN
Divide Last Double-Header at In
dianapolis With Colonels.
SECOND CALLED IN FIFTH
First Contest floea to Hooelers br
FIt to Foor Second. Two to
One for Colonels.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind . Oct 1 -Ths sea
son closed here todav with a double-
header, divided between Louisville and
Indianapolis, the first going to the lo
cal. 5 to 4. and the aecond. which wa
called at the end of the fifth on account
of darkness, to the visitors, 3 to 1. Score.
1Trt ISVIUE INDIANAPOLIS
ABH.O A E
AH H O A I
(Utrt'r, b 4 1 1 e OHtllmso. rf. 1 t A n
Hnirl. lb til OWoodruff. It 4 I 1 A A
Onmthaw. HUM 1 Huffman r.f. I 1 I A a
Ball. 3b . .. 4 A OHuslar, lb 4 1 IS A A
Havitan. H . 4 t 1 A AMrC thy. 3b 4 1 I A
Bouchir, a 4 I I J AMrKee. e .. 4 0 I 0
tunlav. of . 4 110 owmiams. lb 4 1 I I
Hufhaa. ... 4 t I A Mowt, as ... I 1 4 4 A
Heexn. t .. I A O 1 "Man. I 10 1 A
H Baser... 10AA0
. Total M 11 IT 14 1
Totals ... 14 J4 t
latted for tlearne In th ninth.
Indianapolis 3 A 0 0 1 A 1 0 5
Louisville 0 A A ( A 0 A A A 4
Twn-baae hits: Hunger Howard,
Boucher. Paed ball: MrKee Bases
on balla: Off Hesrne. S. Sacrifice hit:
Hearne, Mow Hit by pitched ball:
Howard Btolen base: Stanley. Struck
out: By Mers. 3; bv Hearne, 3. Double
plav: Mowe to WU!lm to Hunter
t2); Mowe to Hunter: Bell to Boucher to
Howard. Left on base: Louisville. 5;
Indianapolis. .V Baae on error' Louis
ville 1 Time: l.Ml. Umplrea: Chill and
Bcore second game:
AB H O A R AB H O A C.
Stsa.b r. Sb a I A t oHallmsa rf 1 A o 0 A
H Bakar lb I A T 0 (Wc4rutf. If 1 0 I A A
OHmanaw, If I I A A AHnffmaa. cf 1 1 1 0 0
Hulavltt. lb 1 t 1 AHuntar lb I t t I A
BI. lb.. .. 1 0 A $ OMcC-trir. tb t A A A 0
Havdan, rf.. I lis AHtuar. c . t 1 ISA
B..un.r, aa.. I 1 A A nwilli.wa, ib J 0 1 1 A
Maniry, tt . I A A A AVlnv. as . 1 1 t
Ulil e l 1 4 1 0.MHlr. p. 0 0 0 A A
L. BaWar. . 1 0 0 1 OVhl'. p ... 10 110
McKaa .. . A A A 0 0
TaUll 31 Ut0
TUU .11 I li I 1
tatted for S . hlitter in the third.
Louisville A 2 0 A V!
Indtajiapoli 0 A 0 1 0 l
Two-base hits. Hoffman. Stansbury.
Base on ball. Off So-hUtaer. 1; off L.
Baker. 2. Struck out: By White, 1: bv
U Baker. 4 Hit Oft Schlltser. 4 in
three innings, ot7 White in two In
ning r-tolen base Hoifman Sacrifice
hit McKee, McCarthy, Left on
baeea: Louisville, 6; Indianapol:. .1
Time: r&Y Umpires: Chill nnd Eler-
Brewers Win from Sstntx.
MILWAUKE. Oct 1 -In s game
marked by loose play, Milwaukee won
the first or what waa ippoaed to be
a double-header from 6t. Paul. Th
second contest wa called, becaus of
darknet in th fourth inning with th
score, l to 0 In favor of St. Paul A
douUe win would have put Milwaukee
In the firet division. Score:
T TAIL MrLWArKEE.
AB H 0 A t AB H Oi l
nans, ir :t J l s-ona U .10 10 1
j Bui lr. lb
4 111 lr-hftrlak fV t t 1 f A
Id 1"S. aa 4 A 1 A 1 Fanlall. rf. 4 111
Iwlabaaiy. rl I 0 I ejoaaa. lb ... I 1 I t A
Autr.y. lb 4 I t Brau. rf ... I I
Baausxint. cf I OA ACIajk. tb.... 4 t I
UuJ. 4 I ALewia as ... 4 111
M'Ci. lb 1 I I Af-rb. s 7.. . I I
Lm. ... J e Oal.Olysa. 4 I
C Inca. If tOlte
rw.-aa are. p A A A Totals ... 11 14 1
Karr . .. 1 I 0 0 A
lwao .... 1
TMala is I 14 14 4
Hatted for l.ai.n in the seventh
Eaiud for Deannierr in th ninth.
St Paul o o l A 0 A 11 o l
Milwaukee A 3 0 0 0 4 4) ft 4
Two-base hit: Ivewl. Charles. Land.
Home runt: H Clark, J Clark, bases
on balls Off Laroy, 2; off Decannlerr.
1. off McUlvnn 3. Strpck out: Bv La
roy. 1; by Deiannlerr. i, by McGInn.
Time: 2 li. Umpire: p0 and Ed
dinger. tees and Mller Divide.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 1. -Kansas Cltv
snd Minneapolis split even tn a double
header here thl afternoon The cham.
pious won th first game, 10 to T. and th
local took th second. 4 to 8, th gam
being called at the end of the fifth In
ning on avecount "f darknea. This close
Ui iunaricaa vaooi4Joa oa. wuh
Will Engage in
a i. li fa. I uV1. IV ...r.rf-- I
. U'f k V Nl-t I
the remaining victor In a aerie of con-
test lnce tb cup was presented more
than a year ago, and Thursday night'
event will decide which lodge will come
Into permanent poasesston of the trophy.
No. 19 has more victories to Its credit
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NAT'L LEAGUE.
Denver ..If 52 .670 New York 92 5ft .(AS
Bt. Jos'ph S9 S .575 Chicago .. 87 till .593
Pueblo ... S8 71 .55S PKtsb gh ..81 tM .hiO
Bo. City.. 8J 7S .5121 Phils 78 US .542
Omaha ..81 78 .W7 St. Louis.. 78 70.611
Lincoln ..81 78 .5071 Cincln tl .. i 81 .46t
Topeka .. 57 101 364 Brookl'n ..00 S3 .43
D. Moines 48 log 304 Boston ... 3H 106 2nr
AMtR. ASSN. AMER. LEAGUK.
Minn ap 99 i .602 Phils 9i 48 .71
Kan Cltv 91 70 574 Detroit .... S7 61) .693
I'olumbus 87 78 Cleveland.. 77 70 .5.1
St Paul.. 79 85 .Irt. New York 7 71 .517
Mllwa kee 79 87.478 Chicago ... 74 72 .5-1
Toledo ... 78 8 .477 Boston 72 76 . 489
In ap lis ..77 89 .W Wash 8S 419
LouLsv 1 .68 100 .402) St. Louis.. 41 105 .;sl
St. Louls-Detrolt; rain.
Louisville. 4-2: Indianapolis, 5-1.
St Paul, 3; Milwaukee, 4.
Minneapolis. 10-8; Kansas City, T-4.
Omaha. 2-1; Pueblo, 9-5.
Sioux City, 1-1: Topeka, 2-2. (Second
game called 'In fifth.)
St. Joseph. 2-9. Lincoln. 1-0. t First
game, eleven Innings; econd. forfeited )
De Molne. 5-2. Denver. -S. (First
game, fifteen lnnlnga.i
New York. 6; Chicago, 0.
Brooklyn-St. Louis: ram.
Western League Omaha at Pueblo,
Sioux City at Topeka. St. Joseph at Lin
coln. De Molne at Denver.
National League Boston at Philadel
phia New York at Pltuburgh. Brooklyn
at Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louis, i
American LeaKue St. Louis st Chicago,
Detroit at .'leeland. Philadelphia at
Wa--hl!i:ion LcMun at New york.
Mmneapoll In first place and Kansas
City second. Scor, first gam:
MINVEAPOLIS KAN BAB CITY
AB H O A C. AB H O A H.
KUlltar, lb. 1114 OBarbaau. Ib. 114 11
0111. lb I i 11 1 Atb-haiiar. If.. 400
Oravath. If 1 I A 0 OHyait. rf.... 4 1 1 A
Daw oa. ef.. : 1 8 0 Lavs, of 4 1 1
uilib 0.114 AKlyoa. lb .. 4140
W helan Si 4 A I I lB'kenr. ib ft I I I 1
Lvratta, rf ft I 1 0 0 Downey, a . 4 4 I I
rVahlor. 3b I A ! 1 10 Conaur. c 4 e I I A
Cavat. p 2 1 A 1 OFtana. p ... 1 i I A
WaJdcll. p.. 1 0 0 1 lSiabart. p.. . 1911
Totals ... J 11 !T 11 I Totals IT 17 19 t
Minneapo'.is S 0 0 S 2 0 0 0 010
K.unsaa City 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 1 07
Stolen baae: Gill Sacrifice hit
Cravath. Caxet, Gill. Dawson. Two-base
hits: Rockenfield (2 Home run: Cravath.
Double plays. Flene, Barbeau, Downey;
Killifrr, Gill Hits: Olf Klene. 9 In four
innings: off Siebert. 4 In fixe Inning;
off Cavet, 8 In four Inning: off Waddeli.
4 In five Innings. Struck out: By Cavet.
2; bv WaJdell. 8. Bae on ball: Off
Fifne 2. oil Cavet. 2. off Siehert. 4: oft
; Waddeli. 3. Hit bv pitched ball: Ktlllfer,
by Siebert. Wild pitch : Flen. Time:
2:05. Umpires: Owen and Hayes.
S-core. second gams:
MTN'NCAPOUS. KANXAJ CITY.
AB H.O II AB U Oil.
Klllttr. Ib. 1111 lBarbMO, tb. 111
Olll. lb I I 1 A AR.-sallar. it.. I 0 t
Oravair.. If.. J l 0 0 AHyait. rf.... Ill
Dawson, c. I 0 OLuva. of Ill
Loudall. rf . Ill 1 nun, lb .. I
Wba.in. a... 10 1 OK kfoTo. tb 1
lAvaretl. p. I 1 0 0 Wallow. b I I I I
H.hler. St. I I A 1 Powner. as 111
WadJaiU rf I I A A 0 'im.l t I I I
r-ovall, p ... 1 A
Total ....IS 114 I IBaa. ... 1
Altrvr. p .. 1 1 1
Totals y 1 I
Two out In fifth when wiuning run
Batted for Reagan In th toond.
Minneapolis 0 0 1 3 ft S
Kansas City 1 1 i
. . . w . . e.-K.TI.r im'i UlrAi-k I
Hi. Hyatt Tmo-basehit: Downey. Dou
ble play: Wagner, Done Flynn Hit.
Off Powell. 1 in one innings: off Reagan,
none In one Inning, off Rhode. 1 In on
inning, off Altroek. 5 in two Inning.
6truck out: By Powell. 1; by Leveaette.
4; bv Rhoades. 1. Base on balls- Off
t -v.'rette. 5: off Rhode. 2. Hit by pitched
ball: Altroek and Love. Passed bJIt
Jame. 2 Time: 0 54. Umplrea. Owen
J, W. Copelund of Dayton. O., purchase
a bottle of Chamberlain's Courh Remedy
tor his boy who had a cold, and betor
th bottl was all used th boy's cold wss
gone. Is that not better than to pay a
Aootor'a bUX For sal by U deal era.
Tug of War
than No. 135, having won five and lost
one contest. . No. 195 haa won three and
lost two contests. The team are well
matched atid much Interest' Is being cen
tered on the coming event.
Second High Team
Loses Out at Blair
The Omaha High school second team
opened the season Saturday afternoon by
losing a close and hard-fought game to
the Blair team by the score of t to 0.
The game was played on a heavy field
and, although Omaha waa outweighed,
they put up a stellar defense. "Bud"
Gould, right half of Omaha, was the
particular star of the game, breaking
away for two thirty-yard runs In the
first half. McFarland at right end also
played a etiff defensive game.
The first half ended mlth the soore 0
to 0, and It was not until the last few
minutes of the third quarter that Mles
ner, right half for Blalr, made a tblrty-five-yard
run for a touchdown. Haller
Omaha High second team meets Coun
cil Bluffs at F.ourke park next Satur
day, while the first team Is playing st
Norfolk. The lineup:
MrFarlasd RE jtB.
Mooner R T S t..
Moaer ..: ...BO Rf..
Woolary C c
Craig L i I L o..
Nelsos lT. I T .
Burke. Inkaier .... 1. E L, E. .
Culvar. Mo ormlck: . Q.Q ...
Ooulii. Lanran RHiKH,
ingle .. LH It, H .
Co, a F Ir
umpire. Carn of Omaha; field
Judge. Gadoo of Blair; head linesman.
Andrus of Omaha. Tim of halve,
Kilbane Gets Verdict
Over Frankie Conley
LOS ANGELEo. Cal.. Oct. 1. Johnnv
Kilbane of Cleveland was awarded the
decision over Frankie Conley Saturday at
the end of a !0-round glov contest.
Th Key to Suslnes Success The Bee
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' Oruellins scrlr.irr.age -.oik occupied
the time of the Creighton foot bill squad
!1 of last week and a marked Improve
ment wa noted In both the backa and
line of the college eleven. Next week
Coach Miller will tart with more scrim
mage - worfc. apainst -the-scrubs and by
Friday h hopes to have the qnad far
along on the last lap of the condition
The team that la to represent Creighton
thl year has not been picked as yet.
although at leat t half a dozen men know
that they are sure c place. McNichol.
Hefferman and MacOuIre look good and
so docs Miller, , who' Is trving for quar
ter.' Coach Miller Is rsylng a good deal of
attention to tne back field, which he
believes should be considerably strength
ened. The line, wh:le not a part'eu
larly heavy one, Is exceptionally fast,
which Is exactly to Miller s liking. The
coach plan to have a scoring machine,
rather than a steam roller and Judging
by the men, who are making good, hi
ideal team will be reallied. - "'
S..0. Alumni Team
Wins from. Regulars
The. South'.Omaha High school alumni
foot ball team, beat-the South Omaha
High school squad Saturday- by a score
of 10 to 0. Although the school team
put up a stiff gam the old stars of the
former high-school teams . succeeded . In
carrying the ball over the line for two
In the first half O Sullivan of the
alumni team regained the ball on a cross
kick and with a clear field: in front car
ried .the ball between tb posts, miking
tho first scor of the game. In the sec
ond, half a. forward pas' by .Rahn to
Nixon wa pulled Off successfully, and
by a cross fisld run Nixon, carried th
ball over the line for a 'touchdown.
The following . IS the tchedule for the
high school team: October 7. Nebraska
City, here; October 14. Ashland,'.. here;
October , 3. , Blair . at . Blalr.; October 38,
Lincoln, bore. Th dates have not been
sat . for the Fremont.. Beatrice and Coun
cil Bluffs games, although It Is expected
to play those the first part of November.
HIOH SCHOOL- I . , AWMXI
Bargsr . . . .
Lyman . .
Connor . .
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...F. . Enaor
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Fairfield Wins Two. Game. ,
FAIRFIELD. Neb.. Oct.. 1 (Special. )
Fairfield won the championship of the
county by defeating Sutton and Elderado
at the Clay county fair at Clay Center
Rehrer started things going In the first
coast league next year, caught both
games and did great work for the locals.
Rohrer started things going In the first
game by landing on th first ball pitched
for a nome run. score, nret game:
R H E
Fairfield .... 1 1 A 3 0 0 8 0 -7 10 8
Satron 001AOA03 04 64
Ba?rtes Butler and Rehrer, Buttell
The game with Elderado was an easy
one up to the ninth innings, when the
visitors came within one of tvlng it up
with a home run hit with two on base
Moris of Grand Island pitched. for El
derado. and was bit freely. -
Fairfield ...'.."ft 3 0.0 10 1 0 -g 0
Elderado- A 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4 ' 7 4
Batteries; Robert and Rehrer, Mars
and King , .
OMAHA, 0; NEBRASKA CITY, 0
Local Foot Eall Season Opens with
Regular Mudhen Exhibition.
SECTOR'S RUN ONLY FEATURE
Plater Slide In Wcter and Bote
Sides Fumble Feminine Fans
Enthusiastic and Defy
In an exhibition of wet and llpperj
foot ball In three Inches of mud trii
slush, Omaha high opened its season wltt
Nebraska City on Creighton' field Sat
urday by playing to a standstill at 0 to a
The game was a veritable water pole
matcb and the 250 spectators were treated
to an exhibition of ten-yard "mud slides"
and line slides through mud puddles ankl
deep. There were no star Individual
plays or anything else to excite foot ball
enthusiasm excert when Verell Rector
broke around right end for a thirty yard
run and a tcuchdov n. which was not al
lowed because he had run out of bound.
No estimate could be gained on th
defensive or offensive work of either
team. No one was injured and the lineu
of the two teams remained tho same
throughout' the game. . Despite 1h
weather, fully 100 feminine supporters ol
the Omaha lads attended the game and
rooted themselves' hoarse under um
brellas and raincoats.
.The game began t 5.30. when Carisen,
fullback for Omaha. Kicked off to Ne
braska City. Gllmore. Nebraska ' City i
right half, recovered the ball but w-ai
downed on the visitors line. Omaha held
for downs and Vergil Rector then broke:
away, for a thirty-yard run around right
end for 'a touchdown, which was net
allowed. From then on the ball see-lawed
back and forth, both teams fumbling
continually, until the half ended with
the ball in Omaha's possession on Ne
braska City's fifteen-yard line, scom
0 to 0. 1
In th second half both teams wert
fagged out and time was taken out sev
eral times to allow the players to wat
th mud out of their eyes. Rector tried
a. place kick, from Nebraska City's
twenty-five-yard line In the last few
minutes of play, but missed. The gam
ended with the ball In Omaha's posses,
slon on Nebraska City's twenty-yard
line, score 0 to 0.
OMAHA. NEBRASKA CITY.
OMotj HI L B ... J Porta
Rector RT L T Hawbacker
Ballman-.. ....,RO L... Peirln
Baldnsa C H'lfhev
Peteraoa 10 O Clark
Raibmao L T. R T Hawlej
yi II lard Lt. R E Jnhaaon
Selbv Q Q O. Porter IC ,
Bo man (CI R H R H F. Gilinort
Munneke L.H LH Seller
Carlson IMF 1 OHmora
. Referee: Coach Miller of Creighton.
Umpire: Cedric Potter of Omaha Field
Judge: McKay. Head linesman: Aldrich
of Jfebraska- City. Tim of halves; li
SHERWOOD WINS MATCH
AT HAPPY HOLLOW CLUE
On of the best golf games of the sea
son at the Hsppy Hollow club was tht
Onals for ths John H. Beaton cup. whea
P M ' Sherwood, with a handicap of
Peat W. E. Rhoades. with a handicap ol
15. 3 up and 2 to play tn thirty-six hole
In plavlng off th medal handicap Ol
from last Saturday, W. E Shepard, Jr,
heat R. M. Lavertv, 2 up. ,
The golf dinner will take place Monday
evening at 7 o'clock, when the ie son's
prises will be awarded.
possess e sufferers from lung trouble till
th laarn Dr. King's New Discovery
will help them. fA- and 8100. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
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