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THE BEE: OMAIIA, MONDAY, OCTOBEB 36, 1911.
Jeffs Black Hope May Be Game, but He's an Awfully Slow Thinker
By "Bud" Fisher
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The Giant3 in Batting Array and How McGraw Figured They Would Affect the Opposing Pitcher.
nyl. Won. X.ot. Pot,
CHICAGO, Oct IS. The Ur(it crowd
jthat vrr w1tni4 a b b)l (tint
'in ChicMro taw th Chloaco American
Uurua team win Its third tuocesitve
from tho local National league club
IB ' tho city - ohajtiplonshlp atrlea today.
4 to &
'Official flfuraa announced by rtpre
JomtAtlvea of th National Baa Ball
oommlaatoQ. undr tha auaptcea of whloh
jtlsa carWa la bains' plajrod. ev th at
tendance a M.M6 aad tha reoolpta at
.5ifift. Tbouaaoda of peraoua wera re
fuaod admission to tha park. Tha aale
of Ucketa was rtopped at 1:16 o'clock,
'mor tttas M hour bafora tha iama
j Doo Whit a, who yatirday opposed tht
Cuba aad waa driven from tb box in
laoa than an IsnlDg, pitched eplendlilly
today, hoU!xLt tha National laasuara Ho
all hlta, whlla the Sox haramrrtd Cola
r.d ITalntlra for ten, four of -atlch were
doubles.. . '
Tha fiox atarted the ccora lb lha third.
Vhen Whita slnfled. after EulUvan bad
faoinvd. and went to thlrtt on McOan
reli'a double. Lord stnclsd to rlxht.
cartas' White, MoCoinoll fo)n to third
x.l corlar en paaMd balL .
Cb loor la fmartb.
In tha !sth the Cox scored another run
'hoa Bodl was paaced, went to second
on CalUhan's saorlfloe and oountad on
TannahlU's double. tUngles by White.
McConnell and Bodle gave the Box an
other acora In the neventh.
Tha Cuba acArd their final tally In the
14-nth. Ti-hAn ' Sheckard walked. Stole
second an 4 counted on Doyle's hit, which
McConnell knocked down , and threw
1!lly to first.
The teams ar scheduled to play tha
fourth and perhaps final ejne of tha
series at the National , La"u park to.
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Arthur Flotcher, shortstop: Charles Hor- rrass, cantar field; Captain Larry Doyle, regular batting order, with Devors lead- pitcher. This Ulustrates how evenly bal
sos, third base; JTed Markle, first basa; second baas, and Joshua. Devore, loft log the attack and &eyer brtaglng uplaocad is tha hltUn- straaKth of the New
York club. Meyers, who bats last, 1
tha heaviest and most consistent swatter
of the entire bunch.
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Twn-bae hits: Bheokard, MeConsell
2, TamiBliill 2l. Hits: Off Cole In
thr inntflim: off Mrlntyre, In fix' !n
Mt?i. Sacrifice hits: Lord. Cal'shau.
:oien taj: Zeidwr. Bheoltard btruck
-jt By Cole J (KoUe, Sulltvani; bv JJo
Jityr. 1 (Callahan): by White, t
M-huits. filer. Aroher. Mclntyre.
Tmkert Basra on tl! ' Off llclntyre.
$, o ffWhite, . Left on baes: Cuh, 7;
x hlie f ox, I. Wild pitch: Mclntyre.
I'sf.eU baU- Arrher. lime: t ). Vna
piree; O Leughlin and -O Day.
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CLEVEXjlND. (X, , Oct. Cincinnati
Kron the Inter.lessue series, to decide
e championship cf Ohio here today, by
defoatlng Cleveland In" the second game
t the double-header. 7 to 0. Cleveland
win the first game, 4 to 2.
rxlz games were plsytd to decide the
-uprenscy of the teams, one at Clncln
rati and five at Cleveland. Cincinnati
woa the first three, dropped the next
t-o and then captured the sixth.
1 4n the tuoanUma, pltcbed shutout
Vail, for Cincinnati, it waa his second
shutout victory at ths sorte. f core, flrtt
f v'na ...C10100O6 0-4 t 1
CifcliicaU .. 0 1 e 0 4 4 1 0 0 i t I
Batrlei: Kaler and O'Neill; Keefe.
r.'"iv.m and Clitrka Uiuplres: Evauj
i Score, second game: K.H E.
r-iveiand 0 0 0 ft 0 v ft 4 ft
Clil-laattl 4 0 I ft 0 0 1 87 ( ft
ffctKht tnninye )
fcltrle: fciMniStng, Mitchell. .Tames.
3fcatett nl O'Neill, fe'iggt and Clarse.
iiircmix HIGH . VICTOItlOUS
Mia ihel Goes Throagb Farker
Lias at. Will.
HITCfrELU 8 V., Oft. U-'SoeUal
Telotraxn ) In a fast and hard-fought
game on the foot ba:l field this after-r-oca
iiitchci; High chor.; defeated Tar-
kr HWti sohool by the cor of W to 0.
Ml l'. tell went through the Parker line
la the econd quarter and In the third
quarter Zavits got the ball on a fumble
c.sking a forty-yard run across the field
M lt:d the bill behind the goal One
of the Farkrr r'r aa hujt during
the Kiitr.e being tfrut'k on the neck and
l.a i to b taken ojt Hia injury U not
3fce Key to ti.e Kit u!ito - Ads.
BELLE YUE SHUTS TARKIO OUT
Kissourifljii Oatolaaied in Game
Ending igat to Nothing.
GOAL IS JTEVEB EJ I) ANGUS.
Bellevwe Penalised 'la All Over
Haadred Yards for Boldln
Tarklo Had New Mea la
TARKIO, Mo., Oct UW6peolal Tele.
gram.) Bellevue played Tarklo to a
standstill this afternoon, winning S to 0.
The Mlsaourlana were outclassed In every
department of the game and never threat,
ned Bellevue1 a goal, playing In - their
territory ' on the defensive throughout
Sellevue kicked off and Tarklo returned
to their twenty.flve-yard line. Tarklo
failed on a line buck and a pass and
punted. Then by a, series ofpessea and
Una plunges Bellevue carried the ball
over Taorkto's goal but fumbled. ' The
first quarter ended to 0. :
In the aecond quarter Moore of Belle
vue scored a pretty drop kick from the
forty-yard line. Again In the third quar
ter Bellevue crossed Tarklo'a goal line
on line, plunges but fumbled. In this
last quarter Fowler. Bellevue' fullback,
carried the ball over but Moore missed
goal Score, 8 to 0. Bellevue was pen
alised la all over 1C0 yards mainly for
holding. Fowler and Poulson starred for
Bellevue. Tarklo 'had five new men la
the lineup. The Una up;
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Fo ler rViiD.
MtaMy L H ' L H .
Kritiee: Moore ot ivMUiuny,, umpire :
MiiSrtn cf Nebraska Field lildge: O.
Litbler t'Uon. ltcJ litisinan: l)rexel.
AEH1AKD TIES SOUTH OliAHA
wift Geese. Belweea Evealy
Matched 111 ah School Teases.
AKHLANP. Neb., Oct. 18 (Special Tele,
gram The Ashland High school foot
ball team ptaved a nothing i nothing
game with South Omaha here today. The
two teams were fairly well matched, the
greater weight being oa the aide of the
Ward. Lowry and Philip of South
Omaha played an excellent game all
through, Ward especially showing up well
by his daring tackles . .Sanders snd Clark
proved to be the backbone of the local
team. The lineup:
ASHLAND. ' SOUTH OVUM 4
HAWKEES BY LUCK
Xbrnixigide Make Strong Showing
FINAL SCOEE ELEVEN TO FIVE
Methodists Almost avs Heavy as Old
Cold aad Much Faster, lowans
Foaling Badly Ratios;
IOWA CITT. la., Oct l&ASper-tal Tele
grain.) Morn Inge Ida college of Sioux City
proved unexpectedly strong yesterday, and
With the Hawk eyes playing a ragged
tame, held Iowa to a score of 11 to ft, In
the opening contest of the season. Pure
luck won the game for the Hawkeyea.
McOlnnis recovered a fumble by Knouse
of Mornlngslde la the second quarter and
got away to the visitors four-yard Una,
from where Murphy went . over on the
third trial for a touchdown. 'O'Brien
. Mornlngslde outplayed the Iowa eleven
In tha first and fourth quarter, .while
Hawlcya men had a margin Jn the Second
and' third quarters. McOlnnis, who went
In In place of Bowen early In the first
quarter, was also largely responsible for
ths other score made.
Mornlngslde was almost as heavy as
Iowa and much faster. The visitors were
much stronger than was expected and
the Hawkeyea difcappolntod Lhalr support
ers by their poor showing. Captain Mur
phy, MoQinnls snd Buckley were about
the only members of the Old Oold eleven
to snow form.
The Iowa team, as was the ease all last
year, fouled badly and was penaitsed re
peatedly. Trickey being the chief of
fender in this respect. Culbartson, 3f-
fert, Winterrlnger snd Vernon played a
great gams for Momlsgeide.
lows. I MoKvjNr,s:rs
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Moiiore H M 1 1 H
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I'Mnhf Wehb J-fere: Westnvrr.
Fl-ld 1'id(r- llartwell. Linesmen: Nick
sua sod Morria TlmaktKpcr; WoUen.
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Waterlo Wlas First Gam.
WATERLOO. Neb.. Oct IS. ftpenial
Telesram The Waterloo foot ball team
flavd the flit gant of the season ye
ntly with the Aihletiis of Otnalts and
won by a sore of Is to t). The game
was a fat one. both aides battling u
antly for every arl tuiwlii. Time. l;w
UiJtiute quaitns. P.nfr.e, &iL tL'jiw
pu e, Jwlu.evo bf Onie ua.
klurvbr (CI r.f...., HolLMrt
luu.hdwns. Muii'ns; ci), Holbrt ol
from touchdown: O'Brien, bubs: Ptn
nlnRton for Alexander. VonMsur for
Curry. VonLackum for Banton, McOinnls
ti.r Bowen, Hnuton for VonLackum,
liowen for McQ'nma; Wsrburton fxr Ver
non, tmltb for Sn-ivlln. Smyll for Smith.
Referee: Rtid of MlrhiKsn Umpire.
Graham of Grlnnell. Field judge: Bur
chain of Drake. Head linesman: Seymour
of fprinffieM Ttalning schoul. Time of
quarters, II minutes.
IN -OMAHA SATURDAY NIGHT
Frank A. Ootch. World's Champion
wreltlar. will meet Jess Westergaard. the
Iowa giant, at the Auditorium Saturday
evening. In two-best-out-of-three falls
A second exent of the evening wilt bs
a finish match between Tuslff Mshmout,
the Terrible Turk, and Oeorge Weber,
ths sturdy Oerrran The third -erit will
be a match between Bill Hokuf and
John rparmsr) Kersenbroch of Crete.
Manager Glllan announces that prepara
tions will be mads for raised seats so
that sll may see the match. The sale
of eott begins Wednesday morning at
JACK SWIFT WINS COLT RACE
Geers' Three-Year-Old Captures Jhe
Feature of Getaway Day.
EEACE GIRDLE TAKES 2:03 TROT
Olcett Axworthy, the BUad Trotter,
Defeats Good Field la Two
Fifteen Clase Branheaa
The Key to the tlluatwa The Bee g
LEXXNQTON, Ky Oct li-Jack 6wlft
well driven by "Pop" Geers, today won
the Kentucky stake for 1-year-old trot
ters, the feature of the closing day of
the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders'
association fall meeting,. In straight heats.
Brarite Girdle was easily the best In the
2.0S trot, winning; allithree heats.
Ths :1S pace also was a straight heat
racH Fred Petchen being the victor. Ol
cott Axworthy. . the , blind son of ; Axworthy-Trinket,
took the 1,15 trot after
losing the first heat to George J.
Ty Cobb, second la ths first heat of ths
109 pace, took the other three easily.
Bran ham Baughman took the 1.-04 pace
In' straight heats.
The "Surprise Cup" was awarded -to
C. K. O. Billings, owner of Uhlan, and
a cup presented to the association by
Mr. Billlnga to be given the winner of
the fastest heat was awarded to Thomas
W. Murphy, driver of Charlie Mitchell.
Lin tha free-for-all trot, whose time was
1 ot4 in the aecond heat of that event
Class J.15. pacing; purse, SMo, three In
Fred Petchen. h. g by fttsr of
Patchen (Jamison) , . 1 j
Tom Riley, b. g.. (Jones). . t 4
Howtella. b. m . (Sweeny). .......... 4 S
Iso. ch. h . (Floyd) g g
jonn L. u..g., (Bates)
Nacona, b. g., (A'alentjne)..,
Time: 3 10;. J 1W4. J.L1V
Class 2:15. trotung; purse, 11.000,
Olcotr Axworthy, b. h., by Ax
worthy, (Nlckols) 4'
George J.. b. g., by Hesperus.
(bhackelton) I g 4
Casus Dome. b. 11. (Chandler).. 4 4 11
Marrha C. b. m,, (Wrljrht) I II I
Hiram B-, bl g.. (Jones) I I In
rewe. i. g.. (Oeere. t i Tro
Country Tramp, ch. g . rtlorine) I I Ira
Francta W.. b. m . (Gahagant.. f 4 I ro
Time; S:! I U4, 2:11V S.WV
Class I 0, pacing, purse. ll.OiiO. three la
Ty Cobb. ch. g.. by Slmmocolon.
Bill feajley. gr. g., by Jay Foot
org Penn. b. g., (Rigrst 4
Patnck Pointer, b. h.. (Crist).... I
F.dward B., b, g., (7tokest , T
Cinnaman. eh h.. (Madnck)......
Dora J., ch. on.. (At wood) ds
Dora Jr.. ch. s , (Atwoood) S 4 ds
Shakespeare, br. h., (Spears) 4 7 dr
Time; ! il", oru. S to1 ir.
Clan 2:0i, trotung; purse. 11, iO. three
Brace Clrdie, b m., by Tregan-
tie (McMahOn) Ill
HaJ I worthy, br. g, by Axworthy,
(Gears) T -
r air Margaret, b nx. (J. V&n-
yon) t S 4
orac. ch m , (McDevItt) . I T S
Pen Lkbor br. g., (Kenilin 4 S
Nancy Boyce. blk m. 'McCarthy).. I 4 T
H.'.ng tiio.ik br h , (Hiffwlns) 4
Time 2iT,. l0rK. (;.
The Kentuckv stake for -year-old trot
ters. value, two in three-
Jack Swift, blk. e.. by Swift BeU
(Geers ) j i
Peter Boy. b e CW111U) t t
Bo, blk e , (Toung) t I
Time t 124. 1 U.
Class 10b. pacing: purse, 11300, three
branham Banahman. br h, by
Gambatta V. ilkes (Cox) 1 1 1
Lorinorta B . h. h.. (Murphy) I I 4
Hoillns, b, g . fLoom'sl . 1 4 I I
OMid eeal.a. Ci, --V , , a g g
1 1 1
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4 4 ro
Harvard Gets Three
Touchdowns in Game
CAALBRlDGt. Maas.. Oct 1. -Harvard
scored three touchdowns snd three goals
on Williams today, winning by the score
of IS to 0. The three Harvard scores were
made on straight marches down the field.
Forward passes were tew. The only one
Harvard tried was well done, but gained
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Smith, etine for Jenks, Paramenter for
6torer, 6toresvfor Paramenter, Hitchcock
for Gardner. Dana. Hoi lister. Mllholland
and Lin guard for Howard: Freedleln for
Potter. Ftothlngham for Wendell, Camp
bell for Reynolds. Morrison for Orausteln
for Blackell. Williams. Oskes for Loth
man. Lolhioan for Oakes. Harvard; IS;
Williams. 0. Touchdowns: Wendell (3).
Campbell. Goals from touchdowns: Smith
(2). Holllster. Umpire: Pendleton of Bow.
doln. Head linesman: Andrews- of Yale.
Time: Four twelve-minute perioda
Creighton High Men
Wallop Benson Boys
Creighton' High school defeated Benson
High school by the soar of 64 to X In
the - opening game - of tha season here
today. The local boys had everything
their own ..way from the start of the
game. The Benson players showed their
lack of experience and at no time were
their opponents ta danger.
A touch back was secured on a fumble
by Benson. The Blue and Whits young
sters showed some real foot ball talent.
Kane at right end. JClocke at right half,
and Powers, fullback, did some fast work
and took turns In running the ball be
hind the posts.
This waa the first venture of tha high
school at Qrelghtoa, and they give prom,
lse of -developing a first class bunch for
when Spalding was thrown on Tale's
two-ysrd line for a loss. Tale carried
the ball to the forty-five yard Une where
Freeman's punt waa ilocked and car
ried back by Derby to the thirty.yard
Irrigation Cong-rass Call.
CHICAGO, Oct 16. A call for the nine
teenth annua National Irrigation con
gre.r was sent out today. It win be
hold In this city from IWmhr S to .
Ida Grove Euns Over
the Sao City Eleven
IDA GROVE, la., Oct 11 SpodI Tel
egram.) Ida Grove luiu ccioJiered Eac
City hich by a score of 101 to 0. spring
41 the first a.lf and C3 the cecor.d. Ida
Grove scored eighteen touchdowns and
Captain Mareh kicked all but five goals.
Long rur.s ty Marsh, Harrlg&n and Scott
marked ths game, and Cosch Hunier
merry der.iw..-'..aled that Ida Grove has
produced a stat scoring machine. Miller
played a great plu;i!:i luliback game.
The line, from titkle to tackle, Was in
vincible. Ida Grova successfully exe
cuted a' number of forward passes and
did not make a fumble or jumble a sig
nal. 6ac City was game and played
without a substitute. Lineup:
F. a Il.o..
L O j R.Q. .
R T 1 L T...
L T -R.T..
R E !b K ..
r I r
GRDflTElL TZLjIZ ZIGiZLilDZES
Dei Moinca Team t.i.-u :y tbo Score
of Te-esfy-Thiri. tit Xothlas.
uiu..NLL, la., Oct li v'S;ieclal Tale
gram.) Hlghlmd Park and G.-inne'.l met
here today sad the scare.. was 25 to 0 In
favor of Grlsne'.L
The Grlnnell boys w&ra rileker on their
feet and bsttir trained. Grinneil played
atralght foot ball. Hiffhland Park ussd
the forward pass largely, Eajan and
Fleck. Btarrsd. for Grinnoll. t'uthcrland
made the Cwt toucjfion In the , flrtt
ijua.rte?. arod:.of, Grinnell hs4 a log
broken. ' Peterson was a leader for High
land Park. Grinnell urei a .number of
substitutes for practice. Van' Meter of
Drake was umpire and Jones of Iowa
referee. Talrty-mlnute halves were played.
: KIOHLASTD PARK. I ORDJNELL.
Vu Nocker UH IL.B rier.k
. . . . Edaon Ova
Pariah L.O I R.O. ...Bro4r. Kunkla
Lansboae C.IC Frr. McAlpIn
Pile R O lL.O.....Wllaoo. Eastman
Oraber B.T.jLT Creanwooo
Moamaw .... ... R E. L,X ,. Haul:
Ftaerta F ir
pateraoe P-H !r H
Slattarr L.C IR E
Ama , lt.ir T.
A BnrntBs; Shame
Is not ia have Buckien's Arnica Salve
to cure burns, sores, , piles, cuts, wounds
snd ulcers. 2Sc. For sale by Beaton
. Two Sunday Games
bTT. LOUIS OKAaCPIOJ-tUUF SSBXEa
flayed. Won. Xo. vu
Amerloens ........4 S 1 .yo
nationals 4 X Z .260
xfxrst game a tie.
ST LOCI3. Oct li. City major league
contest. . Score, first gam: R.U.Z.
Americans .....6 S 0
Nationals .. T 1
- Batteries.' Lake and Stephens; Steele,
Harmon and BUss,
Score, second gam (called end fifth
account darkness): R.H.E-
Americsns 10 U 1
Natlonsls t 4 1
Bstteries: Brown. Hamilton. Mitchell
and Kntohell; L Lauiiermllk. Geyer and
Bliss. Umpires: Johnstone and perrlne.
PROVES EASY FOR YALE
KTW HAVEN. Conn.. Oct lS-Tale
found Virginia-Polytechnlo Institute easy
this afternoon, scoring five touchdowns
snd goals snd one goal from field. The
only time Virgins was at all deca-erous
was 3a thav twain al;vg of th third period.
noiv is your opponToniTY to
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OCTOBER 16 to 28, COLISEUM, OMAHA
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STAHDARD ROAD OF THE , WEST
Lecturers, by the aid of motion pictures and
stereopticon views, will give intensely inter
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products ' arid its', possibilities.
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S A'TRIUMPH IN'THE ART OF BREWING fel
THE LEADING BEER 1 f lpe fi
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