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.HE BEE. OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911.
THE BATTERIES FOR TODAY ARE-
By "Bud" Fisher
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Cornhnskers Confident of Showing
Well Against Gophers.
DRAWN TO STATION IN WAGON
Will Arrive Karly Ttale 'lamias I
Minneapolis and Will Mold On
' Mara Prartlra Ilrfor Ih
What the Polo Grounds Looked Like When the Athletics Won
LINCOLN. Oct. 19.-(Ppeelsl Telegram)
Twenty-one stalwart foot hall phivers
comprising the squad of the University of
Nebraska loft amid tha rhorrn nf l.fliK)
tudanta assembled at the Euiilnrton
depot on tha annual northern Invanlon for
foot ball honors on the Mlnnrta field.
Drawn to tha depot In wagons tha foot
ball players wera given a short oppor
tunity to speak. . Coach Btlehm, Captain
flhonka. Prof. Fred Hunter. Owen Frank
and Jerry Warner made short speeches
Indicative of a determination to set tha
Gophers" aralps. Other member of the
team were called and tha rally was one
of tha moat enthusiastic held in recent
Following a short rail yheld at tha
chapel at 11 o'clook arrangements were
Immediately completed to give the Corn
buskers a royal aandoff. With braolng
foot ball weather and the lona:, hard
preparation for the coining battle with
tha Gophers over, the Cornhuskers raced
tnrougH twd hours of tlsnsl practice
Thursday afternoon on Nebranka field
and behind closed doors. The only man
missing from tha lineup was Captain
Bhonka, who had work to keep him from
tha signal practice. The work was by
far tha best seen on Nebraska field this
season, aad tha squad, apparently enjoy
ing tha cooler weather, went through the
signal with a precision and speed which
auger well. Th Cornhuskers have a
number et new formations, the result of
tha long drill of tha last thres days, and
to the outsider tha plays look exceed
Tnosa who' comprised tha Cornhusksr
squad wars as follows: Captain Bhonka,
Anderson. Elliott. B. Frank, Fteltag,
Harmon, Lofgren, Pearson, Purdy, Itoss,
8 wan son. Chaunef, El well. O. Frank,
Olbsoa, Hornbarger, Mulligan, Potter.
Racely, Russell, 'Warner.
The team will arrive In Minneapolis
early Friday morning and go Immediately
ta a hotel. Tha morning will be spent
In idleness aad In tha afternoon Bttehm
plaa to give the varsity the last prao
tloa before tha game. All of the squad
'are In axoellont condition with the ex
ception of Lofgren, who Is suffering from
a lama Side. His Injury is not at all
serious aad he will start In the game
and unless Injured mora will play the
first quarter. In order to rest him for
tha final quarter Mulligan, whoae work
hae been sensational since the Aggies
gam. w!11 relieve him at and and Lof
gren will go In during the final round.
Between thirty and forty rooters will
accompany ths team In addition to the
P--ir iyiilH . liji . .
First pholngrspha of the world's series.
Christy Mathewnon Is shown etrtkinu;
out the first Athletlo bailer, Urlaooe Lord.
Girls' Tennis Down
to. the Third Round
Tha second round of the high school
girls' fall singles tournament has been
finished. Mis Dumont, who Is managing
tba tournament, expects to have all of
the fourth round matches played off by
Following ar the results of the third
round play since Wednesday:
Carmelite Jauklns defeated Beulah
yrd. t-0. -.
Laura Meyers defeated Catherine Cul
ver by default.
Anna Purdy defeated Irene Cotter, t-4.
Luclle Fellers defeated Delia Rich, t-L
UUs Dumont defeated Elisabeth
Ralney 0, 7-6.
TrllRD ROUND DRAWINGS.
Olga Anderson plays Carmellia Jenkins.
Iurt Meyers playa Anna i'urdy.
Uary Marston playa Hrlun anford.
Luoile Kellers plays k.ffl Clellanil.
Irene Majors plays winner of Maskl-
Miss Dumont plays Florence Dow.
lteitn Johnston plays alias SteKnar.
Helen Curtis plays winner of bchon
Mlse Duraonl defeated Florence Dow,
Helen Johnitoa defeated Mls Etegner,
Plaaeer Ball Player is Dead.
TROT. N. T., Oct. 1.-Marhal Ney
King a pioneer bae ball player and one
of the original "Haymakers," dlt-d tnilay
at his honte here, aed W yrara. Hia f iat
rrofrestonal erigagement was In 1.1 with
the Chicago Nationals.
Cornell Expects to
Give Iowa Varsity
a Hard Tussle
MOUNT VERNON, la., Oct. , 1. -(Special.
)-Coach Finger thinks that If the
Cornell 11ns gets Into proper working
order by next Saturday Cornell will
battle the Hawkeye team harder than
the Iowa rooters are figuring on. In
the Cornell-I'enn game lust Saturday
Cornells weak place waa In tha
Una. Heavy Bcrlmmagoa every night
this week have shown considerable Im
provement In the line and in spite of Us
weak showing In the first gam of ths
season. Coach Finger thinks that they
will be effective against Iowa.
tsi years All-Iowa half. Kramm. Is
playing a strong game at right half,
both on the ofrenslvs and the defensive.
Cornell will miss a star punter in Cod-
peas, who Is Ineligible for the Iowa
game, but Quarterbacks Wsst and Craft
are damonst rating good form at boost
ing the ball. Quarterback West haa
promises of putting up a class of foot
ball this season which will be aqua) to.
If not superior, to that of Curry of Iowa.
A gam scrap between thes two quar
terbacks Is looked forward to.
Coach Finger shifted Kramm to full
back In the last half of the gam with
Penn, but as to whether he will keep
hlra ther Is not known. Reltsell at r-ght
sod is playing steady and consistent ball.
nelow, at the right. Is Fred Merkle. the a good Idea of the wonderful condition
I mplre Klem la behind Catcher Meyers, j Into which the Polo Krounds were put
Omnia' first baseman. The picture gives I for the opening champlonHhlp game.
peels to got all the cripples In shape by
Omaha High Leaves
Tonight for Game
With Des Moines
The Omaha High school foot ball squad
will leave over the hock Island at
o'clock this evening for Des Moines,
where they will clash with the fast Went
Illirh eleven of that place tomorrow. A
squad of seventeen will make the trip. In
sddltlon to Coach Burnett and Prof. C.
E. Reed, athletlo director.
Tha following squad will make the
trip: Baldrlge, Ballman. lilttlnger. Bow
man (captain), Carlson. Crocker, Do La
matr. Gideon. Lindell, Millard, M'oser,
Munneke, Peterson, Rarhman, Rector,
Selby and Smith. Prof. Reed, athletlo
director: Coach Burnett, Rex Houlton,
student manager, and Gordon- Mills
trainer, will aiso make the trip.
Dea Molnos West High and Omaha are
about evenly matched and a cloae game
la expected. Following Is the lineup of
the two teams for Friday's same.
OMAHA HIGH I rKS MOINBS HIDH.
Onraar. W. Smith. .UB. It E Kvans
will take on the aspect of a wrestling
Mahmout, the Turk, who, according to
Farmer Burn, 'Is Ihe king of all the
foreign wrestlers, will also appear in an
exhibition Saturday evening.
Doane and Peru
Play Foot Ball Today
CRETE, Neb., Oct 19. -(Special.)
Doane plays Its third came at Crate
Frldsy afternoon with ths Peru Normal
team. Ik.an has won both Its games
this year and as yet has not been s.-ored
upon, both Cotner and Grand Island
drawing blanks, but the Peru game may
make a difference In the record. IUc
at end and Kins- at tackle have hn
out of the game all week, the former
with a severe cold and the latter with
a large carbuncle on his left arm.
Kornb and Goble In the back field are
both hobbling as a result of too stren
uous mlsups, so thai the outlook for
Doane Is not rosy. Coach Johnson has,
however, been putting his pupl.a through
stiff scrimmages every afternoon and ex.
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FRANK GOTCH WRESTLES
HERE SATURDAY NIGHT
Frank Gotch. twice conqueror of George
Hackenschmldt, ths Russian Lion, ths
worlds champion heavyweight wrestler
will glvs an exhibition of how he han
dles the big fellows at the Auditorium
Saturday night when he take Jess Wes
tergaard In a finish match.
This will be the first time Gotch haa
come to this city since doing away with
Hack, and It may be hi last appearance
on the mat In Omaha. Although Jess
realizes what he Is going up sgalnst hs
Is confident thst he will at least maks
as good a showing against the Humboldt
man as the Russian Lion did. Several
good preliminaries have been arranged
for ths program, and Saturday night
Second High Team
to Play Deaf Boys
As a preliminary to the Crelghton-
I'nlverslty of Omaha gam Saturday
afternoon on Crelghton flold the Omaha
High school second team will meet the
fast Deaf Institute eleven.
Harold Andrus. last year's star tackle
and member of the All Nebraska II gh
School eleven, has been coaching the
second team this week nnd the lads
have all worked hard. Following is the
SECOND HIOH. I DEAF INSTtTl'TC.
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MrFarland H E. U.K.. .
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Sin. Ira L.ll. R.H..
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Martha 1 1
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CREIGHTON PLAYS UNI
OF OMAHA SATURDAY
Owing to the cancellation of their game
with South Dakota Mines, Crelghton will
rut on a strictly local contest Saturday
afternoon., when they play omana uni
versity. This Is the first contest be
tween these schools, and it will probably
establish relationship and make this an
Coach Miller' men are now In fine
trim, and It now begin to appear as
though his bunch was caught napping
In the opening of the season. They dis
played real foot ball against Yankton
last week, and outplayed their opponent
In several departments, but were unable
to break away with mora than a tie.
Coach Miller seem to hav inreciea
some of that foot ball snap into them.
Their aim Is now focused on Morning
side, who seem mor than usually strong
this year, and not Oil then will Crelghton
be able to surmise the probabl outcome
of such a babble as Marquett. oppon
ent of the near future.
MORE RAIN IN PHILADELPHIA
Fourth Game in the World' Series it
THOUSAND PERSONS NEAR PAKK
Fans Were Standing; In Rain Walt
I n a- for Opening of Gates When
AnsoSnreatent Was Made
Oldrlngr'a Slater trad.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 1.-Raln today
caused another postponement of th
playing of the fourth game between
Philadelphia and New York for the
world's base ball championship. The .
grounds wvre in a sjgy condition and.
as a light rain was falling, the umpire
called up the members of the National
commlHSlon in New York und Informed
them of conditions. It was decided to
call off the game for loday and it will
be played here tomorrow if weather con
ditions permit. .
V hon the postponement was announced
there wire nearly 1.000 perrons around
Shibe park hoping that the rain would
cease and thst the game would be piayed.
Death has entered the family of one of
the Philadelphia players, but It will not
break up the combination. Reuben Old
ring, the Philadelphia centerfieldor. was
notified today that his s.'ster. Lillian
Oldrlnsc, had difd last night In Mount
Vernon. N. V. She had been ill since
July and the announcement of her death
was not unexpected, but at the same tlm
It was a shock to him.
"My first Impulse was to Jump to New
York," said Oldrjng today, "but consid
ering the matter calmly I have decided
to stick to the team It may seem
ttrsnee for me to plaj- base ball with my
slr'.ed dea, but 1 can do her no good,
a. d ut thU critical stase of the world's
idles I feel I had better remain wu.i
Oldrlng will go to New York today and
expects to be back for tomorrow's game.
In case Oldrlng later decides not to
play In one or any of the games fitrunk
will play center field, fitrunk Is a good
substitute. He played In four of t..e
world's serie's games last year, making
five hits and scoring two runs, his bat
ting average being .278.
JOHN M'GRAW IS CENSURED
National Commission Must Not Re
peat Misconduct of Tuesday.
MERKLE DRAWS FINE OF $100
Giaats First Bsaesiss Scored for
Using Improper Language Moth
Meat Waraeal Removal Will
Follow Beeoad Offena.
played on the Polo grounds In New Tork
City on Tuesday, October 17, 1911, and
you are warned that a repetition of this
offense will result in your disbarment
from the remaining games of th present
world series by th commission."
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vertlse It in Th Omaha Dally Bee.
How Snodgrass "Got" Baker at Third Base
Files First Brief in
Eailroad Rate Cases
WABHINGTON. Oct. U.-The fight of
th Slates for unrestricted rights to ij i
lata stat rates on railroads was opened
formally today In the supreme cou t of
th Cniud Btatc. when Edmund t. Dur
tnent filed th first brief in the cats
Involving state rates. Thes cases hsv
bee sat for oral argument on January t.
lit. Durment was one of the counsel for
tha tat of Minnesota when the 1'nlted
State circuit court for Minnesota hell
Its stat rates unreasonable. H will
tot appear before the supreme court as
a representative of ths ut". tut his
brief today represented If i views.
f deadly microbe wi . an throat
and lung dlseaaes sre treated with Dr.
aging's New Dieovrv "V and 11.00.
JTor aU by alon Drug Co.
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first Injury in tha world's .rl.a . iti th fix I h linimt nf the opener ut New , Tlimiiaa uud Is spiked In th arm la th
raaa la fkvlureU stcaUng third baa 11 era. uaaar tumble a gooa mrow iruua t ciuimuu,
Banqaet to Superiors.
Manaae.r Bverlv of the Superior gave
his team and star rooters a banquet
last evening, which was by no means
a small affair. There wer about twenty-
flva present, and th card tournament
was won by "Buck" Woosley, the star
guard for the. Superiors, and Hachten
won tha "Booby"' prise.
Steel Trust Will
Cancel Ore Lease
NEW YORK. Oct. 18. -The Pnlted
States Steel corporation will cancel Its
lease of the Greet Northern ore prop
erties, one of the largest leases of the
kind' which the corporation holds. The
rumor, current in Wall street today, wss
confirmed sfter business hours from of
When the lease will b terminated is
undetermined. The contract stipulated
that It should continue until all the ore
Is exhausted, unless on January 15, 1K15,
the lease should be abrogated under the
option reserved by the lessee and In case
the lessee so determined, two years' no
tice should be given.
The Great Northern properties ar esti
mated to include deposits of SOO.OOO.O0O
tons of Iron ore. Officials of the tel
corporation refused to state th reasons
for the cancellation of the big leasa and
this phase Is a matter of conjecture.
NEW TORK, Oct. 1.-The National
Esse Ball commission today censured
John McOraw of th New York National
league club for hi conduct during th
Athletics-Giants gama bars last Tuesday
and notified hlra that a repetition of
misconduct would result in removal from
th field dlabarment from all further
world' series game and a heavy fin.
Klrst Baseman Merkle of New York
also waa fined 1100 for Improper language:
Th National commission mad public
tonight thi latter to McQraw, dated yesterday:
In th discharge of its duty to main
tain order and discipline In th series
now In progress for th championship of
th world, as required by th rule and
regulations. Jointly enacted by th Na
tional and American leagues on February
lti, Uufi. for the control of this event, the
National con-mission ha taken official
cognisance of your unwarranted conduct
and language while passing from the
coacheis' Una to your team bench dur
lug th last few Innings of the gam
played on th Polo ground on Tuesday,
October 17. 1911.
Threatastd with Removal.
'Notlc la hereby served upon you that
repetition of this misconduct on your
part will at one b called to th at
tention of the umplre-ln-chlef of the game
in which it occurs, with Instructions to
remove you from the field and th com
mission will disbar you from all sub
sequent game. In addition to this pen
alty a severe fine will be Inflicted upon
"The commission will not permit a
manager or player to attempt to Influ
ence by word ' or deed public opinion
against a capable and conscientious offi
cial of the ftame, and unless decisions are
accepted by you in a spirit of sports
manship you will be dealt with aa indi
cated in thia letter."
The letter to Merkl reads:
"You are hereby notified that a fin
of UU) ha been Imposed against you by
the National commission for using Im
proper and lndeount language In th gam
is Given Promotion
T. M. Orr, assistant to President
Mohler of tha Union Pacific, has been
promoted to the same position on the
Oregon Short Lin. Last Saturday Mr.
Orr was promoted from his old position
of assistant general manager to assistant
to Mr. Mohler. He received word of hi
new promotion on the Oregon 8hort Line
Three Sailors Are
Eaten by Cannibals
VICTORIA. P.. C Oct. 1. Rev. J. O.
Patton, who arrived today from Male
cules. New Hebrides, where he ha been
a missionary for nineteen year, ald that
shortly befor he left, a French trading
vessel mad a raid and a number of na
tives were kidnaped. Th natives, In re
venge, attacked tha steamer and captured
three of the crew, all natives. Theae were
killed and eaten.
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