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TJ1K HKK: OMAHA. MO.VDAY. (MTOKKR :.o. 1111.
C9RNHUSKERS PLAY BETTER
Stichm Men Show Ii provement Over
Work Againit Minnesota.
CREDIT DUE MISSOURI COACH
Mllh l.tsht Mdtrrlnl Tatnr nrrrrri
Has ITrlopril Faat KImh I bet
Made l.ond ftknif ln Apalnat
Star tbe two
schools bees bees, pley
aa loet but ona fane
luf Mebreeka b
to tne coiuroma
18; Mlseonrt, 3.
18; Mlaaonrl, 18.
18; Missouri, 10.
8; Mlaaoarl, 4.
48; Mlaaonrl, 0.
47; Mtaaonii, 6.
18; Missouri, 0.
61 1 Mtaaoari, 0.
18, Mliaottrt, 0.
34; Mlaaonrl, 0.
To 1ve due re1it o Coach r.rewer of
!!! Missouri eleven foot ball fnne who
a v the Pat'inlay rame with Nrbrnak
nv the ricire of the Ctirnhuskrs nhouli
:i .t bave been to high. HI team deerved
a letter show, r. Sni only a few errors
of Judgment by the plnyers f the Mia
souil eleven Kvo the Cornhuk th th
sixn score thev have. Coach Hrewer be
Ivm the Nebraaka' touchdowns should
have numbered ahmit three; probably four
would better how tha merit of the two
The Corn finals i a mounted to large a
lrimber of points brnne they kept trark
of the lall and followed It all the time.
T!oth ends and all the forward" were
down field on the oval at every kirk. The
in. n of tho vleltlnK eleven who rerrlved
ihe oval were not permitted to return for
any c.rodltahle distances. Only twice In
the second half did the TlKera run back
mora than ten raids with the ovnl on the
irturn cf punt.
apaln Shack l'lays Well.
Captain Hhmk of the Missouri eleven
played a plucky aamn and waa In moat
f tha playi for ull there waa In him.
Ho was rhneen captain thla wrnek after
Cuptaln Marknny, who la disabled for tha
vtnton by an Injured shoulder, resigned.
HuuMon, right iruard. was atrotig on tha
Jn the Xrbranka Una Captain Bhonka,
left tackle, and Elliott, lift Ruard. stood
out with brillant play. Captain Bhonka
waa a terror In ajettlnc down field to aJd
the runners. He was with Owen Prank
when tha halfback made ona of his lone
runs, the Interference formed by the
Cornhunker captain enabling Frank to
make a touchdown. Tha big captain waa
called out of the Una on many occasion
to carry tha ball when the Cornhuskers
needed to make a few yarda for their
ft rat downs. Ha Jammed Into tha Mis
sourl line and the Tlgera alwaya f-ll bark
toward their gral.
Elliott often broke through tha Mis
aourl Una and aided In atopplng tha Tiger
playa before they were well on their
way. He brouKht much trouble to the
Missouri mm at aJI tlmea.
Tha right atda of tha Una, In which'
Harmon la tackle and Teteraon guard,
display much mora aggressiveness and
a peed than In ' tha Minnesota contest,
whan thla wtng of tha forwards was a
weak place, Ixafgran played well though
he did not ahlna eo much aa tha apeedy
and bard charging Chauner. it waa
Chsuner'a work in following the ball so
closely that permitted tha Nebraska
eleven to make many gains; and that
indirectly resulted tn two of the touch
downs, Owen Frank made his first run that
brought tha bleachers to Its feet a min
ute after tha klokoff at tha opening
of tha second half. Warner received the
bell on tha klokoff and, then on the first
play, directed Frank to essay a run
around the left wing of tha Tlgera. Frank
dashed through tha line. Just off tackle,
and crammed hla way through en open
ing formed by bis Interference. He was
tackled by Knobla and almoet pulled
to tha ground. He squirmed himself
away and swerved off to tha left, where
another man tackled him. He hurled
off thla man and dashed' along until
Khonka began forming a way for him.
Then tha tin el tackier of the Missouri
ans, Lenlre, came up and had all the
chance In the world to bring down the
fleet Cornhuaker. Frank used the
straight arm and made away and stayed
free. He began this run on the Ne
braska thirty-yard line. Ills other run
for seventy-five yards was practically a
lTiTttllon of this first race.
, lter and Warmer ar.
Totter, who went Into the game for
Warner, ran the team well and charged
uround the ends with a fierceness that
made him a dangeroua player. Warner,
who started the game at quarter, ran
tho eleven wlUi excellent Judgment and
worked tha playa rapidly. With the ex
ception of bis railing a forward paa at
the wrong thno hla work could not be
excelled. He made good gains when
carrying the ball, too, and did a brilliant
piece of work after hla forward pass had
been Intercepted In the first quarter. He
ran down Mills, the man who took the
ball on the pass, and brought him to
earth near the fifteen-yard line, saving
the Cornhuekers from being acored on,
Tito Is'ebraaka backfleld played better
than at any time this fall, tllbson showed
l with hard hitting work at fullback.
He charged the Missouri line with head
lowured and seemed to fear no opposition.
1-2. Frajik, brother of the foinoue Owen,
tame In for a great share of the glory
through hla alertness and ability to follow
tit ball- lis made fine defensive tnn
tonal. Purdy and llacely ahowed more
pfd than at any time thla fall. An
Injury to Itaoely pulled lilm from the
tame before be had a chance to give the
oleven hla best. 1'urdy, however, waa
In the game for seveial minutes and did
well in carrying the ball In drtvta through
the Una. -
' Free frosa Kwatbllag.
The Cornhuakera did not foul ofun and
fumbled but once. . Fumbling and penal
ts were the cause of the large score
sgutnrt them in the Minnesota game.
They struck their stride In thla game
today end should be playing even better
ball when Ames la met next Saturday.
Coach Brewer of the Tlgera declared
that Nebraska couij cereat Amea by a
score of 50 to 0. He Is not willing to
uceda that Amea has a belter team
than .Missouri, but he admlta that the
Oi'iibuikere are superior to his ployera.
The game, throughout, waa clean and
lhe flneat kind of aportamanahtp pre
ttied. Tbe Cornhuskere outweighed the
Utasourtans, and may at tlmea Beamed
to be rwugh, when they were altnply play
tng a hard game. Thla contest savored
(tune of the roughneae that marked the
play ef tha Minnesota-Nebraska battle,
lb weather (or tha oootaat waa Ideal,
with a bright aan and only a alight wind.
bleb blew over the field from the aouth
weat and did not disturb the kickers at
all. X Urge crowd filled tbe elandg and
ovrrfl.mcl Ir.tn the srnnt at rrn at lxMh
fnrta rf thn fi.
RIMOHIM. OIKH TlllilH If TUB V
on ConfMrnt of Ulnelna Mlaaonrl
galley i hnmplonalttp.
l.I.VCOKX. !,., oct. 2 '.-'pec Inl T"le
Kram.) For tho fln-t time since the open
ing of the foot ball neaon Conch Ktlchm
Saturday evenlne; euai.ftidrd th strict
ruining regulation and allowed the foot
Ml! men to relax from the ntlff coure
which wna outlined for them. After
coring neatly double the rcore which
Silehm thought tho lVrnhukerN would
win by, the Nebraska mentor van e
coedlngly happy ard decided ti allow the
n-embers of the s'iuad to attend tinlver
M'y function" befnre the rigid prrpnra
t'on for the battle with Ame next Satur
The pleyers took ndvantiive of the op
t oiluFilfv and several atended university
dHnceg. there being an unusual number of
wial functions for the university stu
dents Pnturday. With but one exception
the Cornhimker squad came through the
name with Missouri without a scratch.
There was but little rough work In the
ronteM und the tackling while hsrd and
accurate was uniformly clean. IVorscm,
who haa been suffering from a bad
"Charley horse," sllxhtly Injured his leg
In the Tiger game, hvt was able to con
To little ltacely, the Hellevne boy who
liss proved such a find for the Corn
huaker squad, fell the hiinlext luck. In
on attempted end run Tiacely v.ia tackled
fiercely by the Missouri backfleld men,
two hitting him at the sunie time. His
leg was severely twisted and he had to
be carried from thn field. For a .short
time It was feared his Injuries were seri
ous but he eoon recovered nnd while he
will be prevented from pHrflelpatlng In
scrimmage for a day or two, he will be
In good shape prnhnbly for the Amea
game. The cln cut victory of the Corn
buakeia over the Mlxentirlans Is still the
subject for celebration by the university
students. The disappointment Immedi
ately following the Minnesota game was
forgotten and Nebraska la rejoicing In
the excellent prospects for a Missouri
1 luring the last week Ptlehm hue made
remarkable progress with the Nebraska
lino. In the Tiger game, Missouri found
Nebraska's forwards a stumbling block
and without exception were thrown back
for loseoa In attempting to gain through
the line. In fact the Missouri gHtne
found the Cornhuskere' defense the most
stubborn It has been since tho opening
of the season and Missouri was unable
to do anything on straight foot ball. The
remarkable kicking of thed Missouri
punter was all that held the score down
from a much higher figure.
Amea' showing against Orlnnell waa not
at all reassuring to Nebrscka supporters
Haturday. Orlnnell is known to possess
a strong leant and the Aggies had little
difficulty in defeating thtni.
The Cornhuakera probably will be ac
companied by a large bunch of Corn
huaker rooters when they Invade the Ag
gies' camp. The practice of the week will
be much surfer than In preparation for
the Tigers nnd Btlehm will especially call
for scrimmage during the coming week.
Notea of tha Uaaae.
A tnOflaT t hat t.Mt A tnrel Vara wnan
Oniahn people. Those visitors went to
Lincoln by motor cars and train. A
urge number returned hv inin
evening and gave tha Nebraska yell when
cj ainvru ai ine iiuriington cjepot.
former Contain . James llarvev
Coach Kwald RHahm nl.lr.
Bhonka in hla embrace after the battle
and Uie two big follows hugged as though
""ii murnra iuinrr ana son. .
Tate Matters, formerly m Una f
the Cornhuekers. waa on the field. He
haa bee n aaalMilnar In eru.hit.o. k k .... .. i ..
during the last week.
The rooter were Interested In the Iowa
Minnesota (tame. The result. U to , In
favor of tha Ooiihe ra. ehiiwa thut ih.
Cornhuskere have the edge on the
Iowans. The Hawkevea. Inrii.ed mr ,..,
considered to bo In Nebraska's class.
The runs Of Owen Vrink in on,r.n ,v..
longest ever s.en on Nebraska field.
1 he rather of the Frank l.ova wna
among the spectators.
The Nehrnska CO ed sound niiniherlntr
more than S0", occuided seats In the new
stand on the north aide of the field.
They all carried pennants and took a
prominent part In the rooting.
The Missouri players Impressed the Ne
biaska rooter aa being fine fellow
and clean sportsmen. They were roundly
cheered when they came to the field.
The officials gave the heal kind nt
satisfaction. Once when Nebraska waa
penalised, a rooter called out "..t
offlclkla." Coach Htlehm heard the wc.
mark and yelled back at the bleachers
that the penalty waa deserved and that
the official was correct In hla decision.
C. K. McDiide. the field In, la. i. .nnri.
Ing editor of the Kansas City Star and
former nansaa university student.
"Doo" Eager, manauer of tha Cornhuuk.
era, waa delighted with the weather and
the crowd. "loo" says the Michigan
game la going to he the best lhe Mlaaonrl
valley haa ever seen. There are lots of
seaia tor mat game, you Know.
lleserved seats for the Nehraaka-Mlchl
gan game will gon on aale at Mever.nu
ion a, in tms city, some time during the
South Dakota Blanks
University of Denver
DKNA'ER. Oct. Js.-Relylng mainly upon
old style foot ball South Dakota today
won from the Denver university foot ball
team by a score of 10 to a The visitors
made their first aoore In less than three
minutes of play, when Sheets, right half
back, made a spectacular run around
Denver's left end for a touchdown.
In the aecond quarter Sheets drop
kicked a itl from Denver's thirty. five
A poor pass by Palmer when Denver
had the ball on Its own eight-yard line
In the fourth quarter resulted In the ball
being pushed over Denver's goal for a
safoty, the final score of the game.
. ' SOITII DAKOTA.
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C 'f ....
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far rat l
. .. f t'titley
CREIGHTON HIGH BOYS
BEAT DEAF INSTITUTE
Crelghton High school team was de.
fasted by the Deaf Institute team jester
4uy afternoon by a score of 12 to 0.
Both teume played some good foot ball,
but the high school boys were a little
outweighed. The silent boys, however, put
up a nice article of foot ball and deserved
Cuscada and Nelson were responsible
for the two touchdowns. J. Francis
Roberts, quarterback for the loaera, play
a classy game and ran tbe teem well.
Kane also played hla usually good game.
rAF INSTITl'TB. I CKEIOHTOX.
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STANDINGS OF THE BOWLERS
Record! Made by Teami in Their
Competitions in Omaha.
MTZ AND O'BRIENS ARE TIED
'"'a Tailors Lead la llooatrrs .
Ierbya llrst la Metropolitan ass
Merlin's Tiaere I-ead la
Following are tho scores of hosiers and
standings of teams In the leagues of
Omaha for Ijit week:
NlltiM. Ar. Ximn
fnih im Slum
I "nni it MrMartln
; Hi' ltd i
Hartley M Hantln(tM
1 ' le IM Tra- r
I Ye'iwn jyj Zimmerman
; '" 11 Weiickew
Olerte IM Rlakener
orhrin .. . )t Keaells
j Mil army ' llali.r
-n.-yfO Ml XVmLm
. . lit
Tollman ij HammonS
Marthaia IM K. Ilimin
Jnhann lot w .Himas
HrnIH Hi VI1r
Krlt. ir ti MrCaena
"rotie iM Benlo
. r. P W- 1''t-
liondon Tailors...... l W ti .Till
Ituffaer i Tnllors U 1", K .filt
1 onsen's Colts zi j i io .b'ji
cluaisntem Clothing. Tl 11 V .ft.'l
Matcppsa irt 11 .474
Htorx Mltn L'l 10 II .474
Omaha Holding Co.. 21 V! .4l'S
rarrell Byrups 21 4 IT .1!0
O Johnaoa ..
IM Ft net I (
17ft g. Johnaoa .....
171 Drunimf (
17S g. Dlarmaa ...
laa ataii .-
1 0. Btarnaa m,.
. Rice ,
haatmaa , IM Atibett
V. KUa 1(7 rarrall
ferbv Woolen Mills 13 (
Huhmoi-'a Bports IS 1
Htors Bottlers 1R 10
Iteselin Mixers 15 9
Uriimmere 1 A
Maney Sunklsts IS 7
Chris kyoks 1
Herman Homes 12 4
Hpecluls ( Z
W. O. W 12 0
Kama. Ay. Names.
Sandara 14 Hallo
Mi'i'iirmli k 171 Cnnrloa
Imlan i.... 1TI Ilr4
Name and Oub. O.P.
V. Hockewtll. Superior 101
Corliett, Columbus , 4ft
Ink, Seward ii
Kulien, Fremont P
Payne. York HI
Henry, Seward 6
Magerkurth, Kearney 2
Armstrong, Orand Island At
Cooke, Hastings 1)1
Plulre, Kearney H7
t'opple, Columbus 37
Porkorney, Columbus 'Hi
Copple, York 10
SKCOND BA8KMKN. .
Morse, Orand Island 11
booth. Fremont K
lioracli, Superior 2H
Outsman, Coniinhua .' 10
.Vefr. Seward 73
Watson. Hastings Irt;
K. Brown. Columbus ,. V)
t.lraham, Columbus 7'i
.Smith, York ?h
Downey. Kearney 70
Hargla, Orand Island d
Jiradbrook, York 2
C'hlllgord, Kearney 11
Rondeau, Fremont 4
Johnson, Fremont It
Foster, Kearney 2
Cooley, Seward 41
Hover. Orand Island 14
McLoar, Orand Island -U
Kllng, Hastings 10
Hootli, Orand Island 10
K. Brown. Columbus...
Ward, Orand Island
.. IS I
Marshall, Orand Island.
Claire. Kearney ,
Payne, York 17
Perte, Kearney ii
Chlllgortl Kearney SS
I'aglne, Kearney xt
Smith, Grand Island 104
Michael, Superior PM
Robinson. Seward 47
Thompson. Fremont , M
R. Brown. Columbus 104
iye. York ij
owney, Kearney !
Fortman, Hastings M
Stanley, Seward r4
Hutchlnaon. Hastings 13
f'ard. Fremont W
Felton. Hastings it
Coike, orand 1 aland
1 1 aim. York
VcKlbben. Orand Island
Urrult K earner
Fielding Averages Nebraska State League
Name und Club. O P.
Stevens. Superior 34
Rouse. Fremont -
Irvla. Suierkr 34
Watson, Fremont 17
l.uhraon, Superior 14
Orth. Hastings M
H. Smith. Fremont....
Wright, Kearney 1J
Maple, Kearney la
Oibeain, Sutarlor ?7
(Ireen, Or. Island ISi
Imlair, Columbus it
Cioaiinaui. Or. Island... '.'4
Hansen, Seward 89
S'entreaa, York 1
Harmon, Sewara U
Paul, Columbus U
I K. M B. W.P. S O. Won. Loat. pet. I
18 41 4 IM 18 .760
15 134 8 128 20 1 .714
25 1.7 2 lni 17 7 .708
41 4 1WI 13 5 .ii!
12 43 4 t4 9 i .Mil
11 93 ft M4 21 11 .,-, I
3 W 4 ?A 18 10 .814 1
.1 441 1 M 8 6 .l.isl
H 55 8.1. 8 .ua),
10 84 3 116 18 11 ..t
It 4 4 122 18 11 .577
13 78 i 12J 11 in .54,-,:
7 90 1 179 11 It .642:
26 94 IV 21 18
11 Kl 102 17 18 .Uil 1
18 W 1W 11 10 .&.
1 92 3 IfcS 14 15 .518
10 . 38 ' 1 .Kul
24 1 U 8 I ,tJ
14 II r'ie)kama.
! A I'Mller
1l H HuHr
141 i Mudynkamp...
1(7 !.. B ,
Ort ma a
Made (liy l.eaan
Jettey'a Oold Tops
uiKin s i u os
Itoyce Cracker Jacks..
Y',.teran'a I'lnrlv Klda
BO. IJIIUIIH i-.C t I.OBI
Ay. 1 Kimn
lt Kl'r ...
. l .M
. ir. j
. i a
IT culkln .
. 17K M.nn
. 1711 Sherwood ..
. I"S I'laybnra ..
. 174 Matnmontl .
. 171 Hakrr
, 171 Heyrbek ...
. ITS Tamlirlnk .
. las Green
, 144 K. Wlntera.
, 144 Martin ....
, 147 Pr i-n ...
. 147 Marietta ...
1 Mullen ....
U ! Toa l
141 Condon '..
I'7 Nallaon ...
, ir.4 Otaoa
, lb Wolta
!." I'elaraen ...
, l'4 Orlbbla
M inj .
Hchcdale for the Week.
Monday, Dctobcr 30-Alleys 1 and 2,
Jetter'a Oold Tops vs. South Omaha Ice
and Con I companv; alleys J and 4. Peter
sen'a Candy Kids vs. Boyce Cracker
Thursdsv. Novtmber 2 Alley 1 and 2.
Culkln a Cubs vs. Htellinirs; alleys 3 and 4,
Martin Tigers vs. Garlow Colts.
Mondiy. November C Alleys 1 and 2,
Jetter's tiold Tops vs. Martin Tigers;
alleys :: nnd 4, Koyce Cracker Jacks vs.
Thurxday, November 9 Alleys I and 2,
Garlow Colts vs. Btelllngs; alleys S and 4.
Bouth Omaha Ice and Coal company vs.
Petersen's Canity Kid.
p n. i p.i.
El Paxos HI 15 t .715
Solumbla Fire -.'I IS .715
utlaws i 1.1 .fil"
A. O. I'. W. No. 17. 21 11 10 -524
Corey A McKenii ;.. 21 10 II .47ti
A. I. Root Printing. 21 Vi
Spauldlngs 2t 7 14 .:m
Midland Paint 21 5 16 .SIS
. Inlivldtial averages:
O. K, Jnhaasn
IfJ C. Sttiekwell
171 Moreau ....
Hamlll Hit H. Smith
tiowara 14 fhrlalynen
Ia Kmlth lt It. Zarkmylater
Nflnmi 14? O. A. Jnhnann
K. Stnrkatcll 14 H Zmkmler
Benaatnn 144 Mokre
Carpyniar 14 llnfrer
(ireen 141 Ilriflln
Slmpaon 141 Wantvorth
Jarna 141 Potter
Kranda 11 kernel
HlKh teim total, Corey A McKenzK
High team rame, TA Pbjos
High Individual total. Lamb ....
High Individual game. Lamb
. IK 11
8 10 .444
t S Knai.lrr
IS 8 10
P.O. A. K. Tct. I
11 IH W) IS .(ll
4ft 17 .tl
8w 1 8 .il
47 M 21 .vni
M7 i :i .m
tiW 30 IH .V74
sun 7 .v;:
t9 4 14 .'.171
10UH M , :w .W6
WI3 H ai .MM
14 in 12 ;.
22 : 1.1 12 .W3
bi 4 7
W 2:'4 30 . .WW
17 L':l 2 .2
a;i wi f .14 m
VH M 10 .!'4I
IrtO 17s 211
M SIS 41 ."IS
4 41 7 .9:11
S 1H 27 .J0
m HI 31 .:"7
IS" 14 23 .2H
102 2 19 .M4
41 7 10 .Cil
M 'il Ti .ti2
IK 1K 38 ,m
18 13 IS 78
.1 414 17 ,87S
St 113 :i .S70
14 33 ft .MM
M M 8 .KVi
14 11 6 .Ktl
1 10 .(aw
H W .Ml
1211 174 22 .!'2
32 .M & .!0W
Kl 112 n .
123 204 31 .Hid
K0 l.Di S3 .H
117 142 SI
i a3 4.1 .mm
. w ai .2
Klfi lHti M .KaS
5i HI 6 .?
42 11 .K71
M 4 12 .MK8
2N 4r m .wrj
10 IB a ,7H4
'27 41 It I .!9
U 27 4 .tig
S7 7H IH .SH)
3 121 a .K
2!a kJ .NOT
170 IN M ,4h:i
S4 IS !l .SIIJ
1S7 t 4.1 .SSS
1h6 ;w) 141 .Will
IK 2-J i .(.7s
H S7 19 .S71
. lea 17 M .WW
1JH W 44 .M
lf 1 1 .7W
1 X7 H! .774
1 LM 13 .771
14 Oft" .14SS)
23 1 .lis)
'J 4 0 .1(41
114 1 0 .bail
"14 ti 0 .liiuu
1 ti 1 .m
i 1 wl
SJ 4 2 ,tm
"iT 4 3 .H7
1 17 3 ,.!7S
l'vi 12 G .V'.i
K7 11 5 ,V74
H II ,73
IM) 1J r, ,ii70
IM IS 1 .MS
b' W C ,iaS4
2ti 0 1 .DtVt
7il T 3 Mi
11 R 3 .1a
3 IS .
P.O. A. K Pet
JVJb lii 214 .Wl
3n liKi 22 .1M5
in.1 isa itj .944
247S llvt 2J4 .W4J
Name and Club.
( ampbell. Fremont.... 18
Hill. Hastings 14
Shaner. Haatinga 18
Wheeler, eeaard 18
Walworth, Columbua. .12
Perry, Haetinga JO
Jarrott. Kearney 10
llartruan. Or. Island. .30
Trimble. Kearney 31
Hay, Columbua 11
Slndelar. Hastings.... X
r I Individual averages
1 aa CV rr
177 Ha.lar ...
1C Vol a
I4 lletfner ..
1I Miller ....
Ifl Knlaht ...
if.7 Carlann ...
. . y-t
. .. 140
V- rimer ..
League Will Open
CV. LOCIS. Oct. 29. With Kamms City
playing at Pittsburgh and New York at
IJoston. the National ltllllnrd league will
open Its session tomorrow nlpht. Ama
teurs, according to Charles Peterson, sec
retary, will compete fcr the three-cushion
The piny will continue through to April,
1012. each of the right thorns will play
three games at home and three on the
road. Chicago, Kunsas City. Httsburgh
nnd St. Louis are the western teams of
the league and Now York, Boston and
Philadelphia are the eastern teams.
Tho winner of last year's tournament
will not play this year becoue he has
become a professional.
Joe Mandot Floors
Saylor Seven Times
NEW ORLEANS, La., Oct. 29. Flooring
his man seven times Joe Mandot of this
city knocked out "Young Saylor of In
dianapolis In the fifteenth round of a
hard grilling fight before a large crowd
at the West Bide Athletic club this after
noon. They had been matched for a
DEN1S0N HIGH SCHOOL WINS
Mlssoarl Valley Defeated by Kcore
of Forty-Three to Nothing.
HENIHON, la., Oct. 2?. (Special Tele
gram.) Denison High school defeated
Missouri Valley at foot ball yesterday,
43 to 0. The winning team used the for
ward pass effectively. Principal Humpy
entertained both teams at his home in
Yankton and Huron Tie.
Ht nO.V, 8. IX, Oct. 29. (Bpeclal Tele
gram.) Yankton and Huron college
played a 0 to A tie game yesterday,
one of the best ever played here. Both
teams were In fine condition and closely
matched. Busch Is coach for Yankton
snd Kelley fur Huron. Chamberlain of
Huron umpired and Haruy of ltedfleld
was referee. Sherwood, right end, and
Klnner, fullback, did splendid work for
Huron. Dan ford, right end. and Uren
nan, right half and quarterback, were
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Name snd Club. O P. T O. A. K. Tct.
Coyle, Superior 110 1W 2 8 .!iii
cooley, Seward 14 21 3 1 .K"8
Hargla, Kearney 3.1 40 4 2 .Kin
i rlmble, Kearney 18 40 2 2 .Wib
Melxell, Columbus 112 17!) 13 .'."
Mcixar, Grand Island 101 140 7 .'.'M
Iturns. Seward 22 38 1 3
Henry, f-eward M 72 ' 4 4 .i)6o
O'Brien. Hastings M W S 4 .942
May. Seward 21 63 2 4 .IM2
I. . Oray, Kearney 94 124 22 10 .9:1
P.adura. Columbus 28 63 4 4 ,9U
V. Hockewtts. Superior 79 124 12 10 .94
Speed, Seward 10 12 2 1 .934
Synck, Kearney 41 37 4 3 .9.U
Rlack. Kearney 32 a i 1". .932
Hohner, Fremont f2 t'.2 ft .ffcs
Jarrott, York IS 8 5 1 .
Hanlsey, York 112 lf.7 9 11 .927
Imnnelly, Heatings : 24 11 2 .920
H. Oray, Kearney 22 :0 1 2 .913
House. Fremont 3T. 6! 4 .913
McDowell. Superior 2n ,'!l 0 3 .912
Downev. Kearney Ill 19 1 2 .910
WeixenherKer. Columbus 1 74 8 11 ,M
Neff, Fremont 54 75 3 13 .fcf
Fenlon, Kearney 10 10 1 tt .047
Hay. Columbus 11 3 .V, 0 .1000
Maple, Kearney , 15 7 33 0 ,11M
Connor, Seward 13 5 is 0 ,luuu
vtauHin, Fremont 21 & ii 1 .981
Klsaell, Columbus 441 15 103 S ,9i
MorHe, Orand Island 31 11 93 4 ,9b
House, Fremont 36 J.l 99 6 .943
Harmon, Seward IH 8 yg 2 .96V
Trimble, Kearney 85 10 121 6 .900
Hartnuin, Orand Island 35 10 '7& 4 .9uu
Delalr. Columbus 2S 5 - l8 3 .9C45
Stevens, Superior 29 8 65 3 .9iw
Wright, Kearney 21 7 64 8 .96
Wilkin. York 30 H 107 6 .962
Masters York 14 8 &7 2 .902
Smith. Fremont ...y 37 17 54 4 .947
Fentress, York 22 8 93 6 ".944
Val worth, Columbus 1:1 9 42 3 .944
Halllett, Kearney 17 1 33 S .943
Luhrson. Superior 19 2 46 8 .941
Wheeler. Seward 22 14 60 4 .941
Orth. Hastlnga 40 1 4 95 7 . 940
Closman, Orand Island 2ft 1.1 M 5 .940
Shaner, Hastings 27 6 bl .9it6
Oreen, Orand lxland XI 18 77 7 .931
Jarrott. Kearney ,., 14 X 38 I ,929
Hill. Hastlnga 23 1 8 68 t .927
Hansen, Seward ii 24 138 13 ,92S
Slndelar. HasttngH 30 13 f4 ( .923
Oreen, Kearney 13 8 1-0 8 .921
lrvln. Superior .T 2H 13 43 6 . 911
Crawford, Seward 14 3 .19 4 ,911
Perry, Hastings 1:1 1 rO 2 .913
Olbson, Superior 32 8 64 C .912
"mlth, Seward 15 II 2J S .91
Smith, Kearnev 15 t 43 S .881
Tlmmereman. York 37 79 11 .889
Paul, lumbus 1 1 2! 4 .81
Fox. York 10 0 8 1 .N67
nade. Columbus 10 5 38 8 .743
Campbell, Fremont 24 8 31 19 .078
Copple, Columbus 10 38 9 0 .luOO
Corbett, Columbus 17 16 1 ,M1
Hanlson, ColumbUH 30 47 4 .sni
Hnchannn, Orand Island 30 l'VJ 3 .us,
Wally, Seward lOj kc7 118 IS .94
Neff. Fremont 63 378 ;tr 7 .iisj
Donnelly. Hastings 17 12.1 22 3 ,9H
Townsend. Kearney 13 78 18 3 .;
Prucba, Suayrlor 37 325 41 8 ,VT
Copple. York S 2rt .".J 7 .971
Coe. Hastings 42 ft"3 44 10 .1171
Hohner. Fremont 81 4J 45 II .970
Hoernle, Haetlngs 6 348 i;2 It .987
II. Oray. Kearnev 1 348 73 15 .WA
JukerKl. Orand Island 89 470 78 li .lalS
Maa-erknrth. Kearney 61 173 67 11 ,u2
Kelley. York 38 164 41 9 .S
Snellman. Superior fc! 837 . 88 1 ,9M
Agnew. Columbus 32 130 39 8 ,V66
I uucbanan. Yotk 18 104 10 8 .964
Steward. York 19 1 18 7 .si.l
Met. Columbua IS 35 10 4 .913
P.O. A. F..
2798 11 M 248
2A8 1341 262
2920 TCul Ss9
2446 1411 2M
I P. B R. W.P. 8.O. Won. Lost. Pet.
8 38 9 82 9 It .4.--0
7 S p 8 10 .444
15 47 8 98 8 10 .444
4 6' .1 120 7 .4.17
18 49 1 84 7 9 .4.17
47 49 8 7 . 417
38 2 80 4 8 .
21 3 SO 4 8 .40A
11 i-4 I 111 12 la .4-11
21 91 150 13 1 .3x7
8 M 3 43 a 8 .24
U 84 1 158 II 18 .:7
a 47 124 17 .21'
ST 1 S 4 8 ..W
8 41 1 10 4 9
44 8 48 8 7 .
8 SI 4 82 3 t .27
U & 44 I .200
WISCONSIN CRUSHES PURPLE
Northwestern Loses to Badgers by
Twenty-Eight to Three.
WINNERS OUTCLASS OPPONENTS
Home Team's Military .core Is Made
In the Last Period of Contest
In Coarse of a Desperate
KVAXSTON. III., Oct. 2li.-VIconsin
proved too strong for Northwestern yes
terday winning the game. 28 to 3. The
Wlaconln team never was In danger,
Nnrthwestern's one Held goal being the
result of a rally In the fourth period.
The Purple atiack, which for a moment
forced tho Kadsers to the defensive,
soon flickered out, however, and the
game ended In the shadow of the
Northwestern goal posts. Except for the
brief shift in the lat period almost all
the play was In Northwestern territory.
The Dadgi r players were heavier than
the Northwestern men nnd made fewer
fumbles. Both Moll and Tunberg ex
celled Gruhn In punting both in dis
tance nnd accuracy, Wisconsin having
the better of nearly every exchange. The
Northwestern players were fast on their
feet and tackled hard and snfely. The
Purple line also held well, neither team
seeming to have a great deal of ad
vantage in rtralKht foot ball. Pollocks
fifty-ynrd run for a touchdown seemed
to catch the Purple backs napping .On
other trys the rcarlet backs had been
dropped in their tracks behind their own
line by the svife Purple players.
Pollock, Wisconsin's ftiirdy right half
back, was the Mar of the game, making
three touchdowns. Moll showed up well
in the kick department, making two
field goals nnd puntins hard and accu
rately whenever the Padgers ' failed to
gain around the ends, or through the
line. In the first period Hoeffcl scored
a touchdown ngainst Northwestern in
eight minutes of piny. Van Riper failed
to kick the goal, as he did on Pollock's
Northwcstern's solitary score was made
In the last period. Tho Purple braced Its
line by throwing In fresh men and made
a desperate attack to break through the
defense of the triumphant Hadgers. For
the first time in the game the ball was
kept In Wisconsin territory for play after
play. The Purple attack was so swift
and for the moment so successful that
It brought Its supporters to their feet and
kept them there while tho Northwestern
players In one line plunge after another
fought their wny to within striking dis
tance of the Badgers' goal. On the Wis
consin thirty-yard line the play halted
for a moment and then, while the Purple
players held their opponents behind A
stonewall dofeiine, Linn, who relieved
Burkhart at quarter, sent a a perfect
drop-kick over the Padger goal.
This was the Purple's last effort. The
Badgers came back fiercely and the rest
Of tho play was within twenty yards of
tho Purple goal.
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Opponents with Ease.
VISITORS -CROSS GO2IL ihtB
(on tee at aJlftrtde Results I
"core of Twenty to Six liar,
vard Offense at All Tlmea '
CAMBRIDGE. Mas.. Oct. 29.-Brow
was no match for Harvard at foot ball
yesterday for the score of 20 to S,
does not tell tho full strength of th4
Crimson offense. Yet Brown had the
satisfaction of being the first team to
cross the Harvard goal line this season,
a feat due to Its perfection In forward
passing. Excepting In the second perlotl
when Brown scored. Harvard was alwayi
master of the situation. There wa8
scarcely a Brown play that was nol
smothered or torn to pieces before il
Two forward passes carried Brown
from the center of the field across the
goal line. On the first one Ashbauph'
nl.inrel 41,, l.yll . 1 ).. ..-n - . v. I .... .
.. n iMiiiiicu l iaif iih inn aa nru nil.
five-yard line. Tenney then rounded tha
Crimson right end for a touchdown and
Ashbaugh kicked a difficult goal. Har
vard, made its first touchdown ap-d goal
kick In the first period. In the seconc
the first period. In the Beconc
Ullholland kicked a pretty field
m the twenty-elght-yard line. J
!rd Harvard score was due to th
ickllng of the Crimson forwards'.
who threw Sprackllng so hard when ha
attempted a quarterback run that lit
dropped the ball. Campbell picked It ug
and sprinted thirty-five yards to the goal
lino. The goal kick followed.
The fourth and last score came when
rotter caught a thrown punt and ran .
sixty-three yards to the three-yard line,
Wendell then carried the ball over, but
Fisher failed at goal. The lineup:
...t,.T I K.T
... K.T.I L.T
..n r.. lb
,.. L.H.I I..II ,
..H.H. R II
Smith: Magulre for Leslie; Farmenter fci
Ptorer; Keays for Fisher:. Jecnkes fo.V,
Oirrllner: (I'Hrlen for Kelton: Freedlev
for Potter: Mllholland for Campbell
Reynolds for Mllholland: Campbell for
Keynolds: Reynolds for Campbell; Plerc8
for Ileynolds: Morrison lor Wendell.
Brown, Wilson for Adams; Oelb for.
Bartlett; Marble for Crowther: C'rowther
for Marble; Marble for Crowther; Snell
for Jones: Jones for bnell.
Score: Harvard. 20; Brown. 8. Touch-
downs: Wendell 2. Campbell; Tenney,
Ooals from touchdowns; Fisher 12), Ash
baugh. Ooal trom field: Mllholland.
f l.'van. WIMinma I'mnlru1
Thorpe, Yale. Held - .lu-lge: Burleluh,
Kxeter. Headllnesman: McOrath. Boston.
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