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:Co&ch Stiehm Hold Down Scrim
J Taxgt Work for Team.
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Elliott at Ccater.
UNCOLN. Neb.. Nov. I.-(8pelal Tal
t in. Twenty-one Cornhuaker foot
'lbtai warriors will Invad th Amea camp
Saturday afternoon. Coach 8tlhm baa
deciiled to taka tha aaroa number of
playera to Iowa that ha did to Mlnne-
. Hota.
; but two exceptions the same
players will be taken to Amea as to
MlnneBota. The Nebraska party, In
cluding Manas-er Earl O. Eager, Coaah
Rtlehm and Assistant Coach Tlathbona,
will leave Friday afternoon over the Rock
. , Island, retumlnc by the same road.
i Tha list of players Includes Captain
. ' Hhonka, Loffrefi, Mulligan, Chauner, Mo-
" , Kea, Harmon, Bwansnn, Anderson, rrar
on, Elliott, Ross, Hornberurr, Warner.
" letter. E. Frank. Turdy, O. Frank, Rus-
sell. Gibson, Racely and Ptelk.
The players leave at 1 o'clock Friday
afternoon and will be accompanied to the
' depot by a big crowd of Cornhusker
'rooters, where the teem will be accorded
a farewell sendoff.
Although the cold weather has put new
Ufa In the overworked Cornhuskers, It
also did away with scrimmage work
Thursday night. Coach Ptlehm desiring
to take no chances with bis squad. The
evening was spent entirely In signal prao
, . tin and In outlining soma of tha plays
which It Is believed the Cornhuskers will
'. encounter at Amea -
I Klllott at Center. . .
. Tbe signal practice was spirited. Coach
' Stlehrn running both the scrubs and
varsity at the mme. time. The team die
: played plenty of pepper and ran through
all of the formations smoothly. Horn
berger has been switched from center to
guard anu Klllott from guard to center.
In all probability the game will be
started w.u. this lineup, ttlllott likes the
renter position and does great work on
the defense In the pivot position.
Hornoerger, on the other hsnd. played
guard all of Isst season and Is thor
oughly versed In the position.
All hope that Racely would be In shape
: to go against the Aggies was given up
when the little halfback failed to return
i to practice this evening. Racely will be
; taken to Ames, but Is not expected to go
S Into the game, the Injured leg being still
I very painful. lie will not be out for
practice until week after next, when the
! final preparation for the Jayhawkers
Two complete teams of first year nu n
wera out today. After thirty minutes of
i play In which the regular freshmen eleven
j as coached with the Ames plays the
freshmen and varsity lined up and went
( 'through tha plays without scrimmaging,
j Whether the band will go to Ames Is
j still undecided. The Omaha alumni have
responded liberally, but the Lincoln grad
i uates bsve failed to come In, and unless
? the athletlo board decides to bear part
uf tbe expense It is quit probable that
J tiie plan will nave to be given up.
Bellevue, Doane and
I Cotner Will Debate
I Recall of Judges
! CRETB, Neb., Nov. Idlsclal.)-The
' question for the triangle debate this year
' among Doane, Cotner and Rellevue is,
Resolved, That the Recall Should be F.x-
teaded to tha State Judiciary." Work h
ommenced at Duane In earnest, and the
: new debating class under Prof. Taylor
. Is now meeting regularly. This provides
' for class work oa the question and thus
gives all debaters the benefits of co
uperatlon, both llh each other and with
;tbe teacher. Only one out of both of last
year's teams Is not In school this year,
eo that pi os pacts for a championship sg
giegatioa from Doane this year are good
Much interest Is beiti? shwn in lHae
Hnd there will probabljy ba at least twenty
in the preliminaries. Resides this there
will be the, Inter-society debates on the
same question for the Stephens cup.
trophy offered each year to tha debating
rlub that mine its debates with the other
two. All this preliminary work will put
tha fellows in good shape for the triangle
A . boxing carnival will be held Kridav
at Holmes hall. Twenty-fourth und Hur
delie, by the Pastime Athletic iluli, the
!roe-d to be given to Fred Mills, en
old time mt-mber of the club, who has
l.ern romptlltd to undergo a n.-cond sur
;Uul tK-rtioii. due to tbe breaking (if h
kni-e cap.
The bouts scheduled are: Kid Jvnscn
and Johnny Sudertx-rg, six rounds; Ciuy
Buckles and Kid Snipes, four founds;
J'sul Murray and Al Gray.
A Lite Problem fculved
1 that great health tnnlc. Electric
ters. Is the enrichment of por.
blood and strengthening the week
j 'ur sale by Pes toil ll ug Co.
Perr!lvt Auvertimr.g
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1 ''Strong Man" Huntington, star full-
back of tha Harvard tuam, who IS ex
pected to prove a tower o fstrengih be
hind the crimson Una In the battle with
Princeton, risturday, November 4, the
first clash ltween the two universities
In fifteen years. Huntington Is not only
Ames Expects to
Win from Nebraska
Team Saturday
AMES, la.. Nov. t-tSpeclal.)-lf noth-
Ing unforseen happens the Ames elf .n
will ba In tho best of condition to uwet
Nebraska Saturday. The team and back
ers are expecting a hard battle. The de
cisive defeat of Missouri by the Corn
huskers last Saturday has s..iien the
hopes of snythlng like an easy game, but
the varsity is prepared to fight their
For tha first time sines the Minnesota
game five weeks ago every man on the
varsity squad la able to ba In the came.
Lattlmer. the fast end whe received a
broken hind St that time, got Into the
Qrlnnell game again Haturday. Taylor
at quarter received a sprained ankle In
the Coe game, which has left him jut
until this week. McDonald, vVeyrauo..
and othera are still suffering from minor
bruises and sprains, but will be In con
dition by Saturday.
The lineup will probably be tne same
as against Missouri two week sago. Vin
cent, last year's fullback, seems to have
lost his place permanently to Uurge, a
new kicker a horn Williams has devel
oped. In tha Missouri sjid Orlnneu games
Uurge proved himself a good punter and
speedy playei. Ue doea not punt ex
tremely long, but places them remark
ably, which really was the cause of the
touchdown against Missouri. With the
remainder of tha back field, consisting
of Captain Harte and Weyrauch at halves
and Hurst at quarter, some fast work Is
The Hue will no doubt remain the same
as all season, though Wllnaras la still
trying to doctor a few wesk places, a ha
aquad haa been doing aecret practice
aork all wek.
Interest Is running high aa the rooters
figure that If the team wlna from Ne
braska the Missouri valley championship
is aafely won.
York Decides to Stay
in State League
YORK. Neb.. Nov. (SpcUl ) Th.
base ball fans held a meeting la.l nigh
and deilded that York would have a hand
n trying to win the pennant In the Ne
brsska rHate league In 1V1-. The following
officers were elected: J. N. Klldow,
president; William Overstreet, vice prei-l
tent, Frank Rorden, treasurer; W. R
Meek, secretary; E. C. Felton, director
The financial statement for the last year
hoaed total gate and grandstand re
ceipts of Y'. Is), and a cash balance on
Key to the Kuutloa-Bte Want Ads.
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a crack on tha
gridiron, but Is the "strong
man" of the Cambridge Institution. In
the annual strength tests he far surpassed
his nearest competitor and broke the long
standing records, although he weighs only
llkHa pounds.
Bellevue Plays
Wesleyan at Home,
This Afternoon
liellevue'a first home game will be
played against the Nebraska Wesleyan
eleven at Dellevue Friday afternoon ai
i o'clock. The Methodists have theii
strongest team In years In tha field, and
have defeated Cotner, Orand Island and
Doane, without having been scored upon
this season. They have a heavy line and
a fast back field. Tha contest will ba
jlosa and well worth seeing. Rellevue
Mtk defeated at Hastings last Saturday,
-n account of injuries to Captain Paul.
en, fullback Fowler, Quarterback Mas-,,-ell
and Dowden, end, all of whom wars
aid out early in tha game. With the
xcaptlon of Dowden all these men will
je hack In the line-up Friday, and tha
rajn la lit ahape to put up the strongest
;ame yet played. The familiar gridiron
in. I the support of tha side-lines will
telp greatly; and while Wesleyan Is con
fident. Rellevue Is In fighting condition
and frame of mind, determined to wipe
iut the defeat by the really Inferior Hast
ngs team of last Friday.
Doane Tigers Say
They Have Come Back
CRETE, Neb., Nov. t-lSpeclal.)-After
the defeat at the hands of tha Wesleyan
eleven, tne uoans Tigers have been going
better than ever this week. They had
won three games In a row and ths slump
In all probability was a natural one, but
everything points to tha supposition that
boys have "corns back" and will be
at their best for Friday's contest. Coach
Johnson has introduced several bed Ideas
nto their play, and has put them through
a at Iff scrimmage every evening this
week. In Wednesday evening's practice
the team walked up and down the field,
making ten to fifteen yards st every
down, against tha experienced scrub team
showing that every one waa back in
fiu-m. and playing a atrong game. With
the exception of Rice, who received a
kick In the ahoulder In last week's gams
ami ho has only been doing light prac
tice this week, every one is In good Wn
iltton and when the Doane Tigers meet
Hasting' Rronchos at Hastings Ftldav
afternoon they will be In better fighting
array than at any time thla -sasoo. Next
week Doane line up against the State
university team.
I.aavferd Aaalralta,
t angford, the nero pugilist, who is on
Ills wv from )tnton to Australia to
ii'eof the heavyweight fighters in that
cmintrv. tof'ay aa'led on the Australlun
liner Zealsndia. which hd been held M
& C:hr 11 1 1 L III "I M 6UCM A FRiTTTH AT I UfP
aaii ii ii n iiiix.iT'.Tt ii ill . -sj m j i i i i ill . .......... . m
hour fur Klin.
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Quarterback Potter Only Man Kiss-
ing; from Lineup.
rrlmmif with "crabs Indicates
There Is tlll amber of le
fecte la Work of the
rirat Team.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Nov. 2 The Har
vard varsity eleven showed tip well
against the second team today In the last
practice before the Princeton gsroe next
Saturday. All the regular men were In
the lineup, with the exception of Quarter
back Potter. Uardncr filled that position
today, hut Potter will be In the game
Saturday. Tomorrow the team will leave
for New York and proceed to prlnceton
early. Tho varsity squad will consist of
thirty-seven players, eleven coaches and
four managers.
PRINCETON, N. J.. Nov. 8-A light
scrimmHgn today ended Princeton's hard
work for tho Harvard gsmo Pslurday.
The scrubs at no time could gain con
sistently against their bigger opponents,
but despite this there was sll! a number
of defects In tho work rf the varsity line.
especially on offensive.
Creighton Prepares
for South Dakota
Crelghton's foot ball squat Is taking
strenuous, workouts these days In pre
paration for tho gsme with touth Da
kota university, here Saturday after
noon on the Creighton field, geveral new
plays are being tried out and the fol
lowers of the pastime at Creighton are
are of the belief that the boys from South
Dakota will run up against a Tartar
Saturday afternoon.
Although the loss of Young at left
tackle will be felt severely by the Crelgh-
ton team It Is thought that with Heffer.
nan In this posiilen. tho hole will' be
patched up in good shspe. In order that
they may get all the eorlmmsge prac
tice necessary Creighton will play against
the University of Omaha team every
afternoon until the day of the game.
The big game on the gridiron next Sat
urday will be between Harvard and
Princeton, and alumni of tha two schools
all ovsr ths country are eagerly await
ing the result.
This gams will to ths first between
these two schools for tha last fifteen
years, as they have not met on the grid
iron since 1894, when Princeton tri
umphed by ths score of 11 to ft. Sine
1882 Harvard has won but one gams
from Princeton, that being In IUT by
the score of 11 to 0. During theaa twenty-
eight years Princeton has scored a total
of 15S points agalnat fO made by Harvard.
Ths two teams ars about evenly
matched this year and a hard-fought
battle is expected. Harvard has two of
last year's members of Walter Camp's
AU-Amerlcan eleven playing with them
this year Fisher, captain and right
guard, and Dendell, right half. Prince
ton has Pendleton, last year's star half.
who was picked for a place on the first
AU-Amerlcan eleven laet year by Walter
Camp and othera.
1SS3- Princeton 2B. Harvard 7.
ldt4 Princeton M, Harvard .
INvi No game.
in Princeton 11 Harvard 0.
18 Harvard U, Princeton 0.
IMS Princeton 1H, Harvard .
lo Princeton 1. Harvard li.
1mK-1-:-3-1H No games.
lxi Princeton Harvard 4.
1kwi Princeton li. Harvard .
lH'MH-No games.
With the Bowlers
The German Homes won three games
from the W. O. W.'s on the Metropolltsn
Basement alleys last night. Score;
1st. td. M. Total.
Hansen 13 1M 132 420
J. Landwehrkamp.i lit lx 111 eW
H. Landwehrkamp.. 14 U4 UT 487
. 43
O. W.
.. Hi
,i Hi
.. 7
43 ttH
td. Total
114 i?l
104 fcl
Jacubslck .
M7 M
L Valdoras took two out of three from
Rogere Perm ts In tha Commercial league.
Chrlstensen bumped the runaways tor
147 high game ana nign totals oi aus tor
ths 1-a Vaidoraa. Rondo gut high game
of lsl and high total of 487 for Hie Rogers
Permits, eoore:
M. 3d. Total
21U 164 it
167 1 47
141 Hi 417
las 147 if
Iftl 171 7S
07 t 14M
M. Id. Total
ltt 14 44
loS 14
12 114 445
1M 14a 44J
1J Its 47
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.... 171
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Horwick ..
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poberty ...
j. Hoe ley
H. Howley
Totals ..
Thursday, November 3.
St James
IVte Ixx-hs vs.
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Yale's Quarter
Captain Arthur Howe, star quarterback
of tha Tal eleven, who Is expected to
get Into the game with New York uni
versity on Saturday, November 4. for the
first time In three weeks. Howe hue been
kept out of the fray by an injury and
Omaha High Fears
the Beatrice Team
Coach "Ebbie" Burnett Is putting the
Omaha High squad through a at.ft line
01 practice tula week on cieignton tieiu
In preparation for tne big game-with
Beatrice Saturday afternoon at Beatrice.
Tha Beatrice High school lad are set
upon winning the state championship
this ear and have already defeated sev
eral Of tne leading asp. rants .n the etate
for ths title. Omaha anticipates the
hardest game of the season Saturday, and
although three regulars are still out of
tne game, tne team iSf.uiy is rounding
Into form and the substitutes who are
filling regular position are showing up
wall. Ballman, who Is holding down lett
tackle at present, was exceed. ngly active
la ths Sioux City gams la blocking punts
and is showing up fine In praoncs this
week. Bowman's place at right half has
been filled by Crocker, who waa ehlfted
from left and.
Ths Beatrice game is creating consid
erable Interest, aa it 1 the first time
that tha purpia and whits haa scheduled
a gams with ths down slats lads since
1107. In that year Frank Latenser,
Omaha's famous right tackle, was cap
tain of the team, and Croatia iiiuwpiieu
to ths tuns of 26 to 0. Bo Beatrice haa
old score to revenge, and they csn
bo counted upon to do their best to ac
complish ths feat.
Jack Dillon Defeats
McGorty with Ease
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 1 The fourth
meeting between Eddie McGorty, the
Oshkosh tWls.) middleweight boxer, and
Jack. Dillon of this city, took-place to
night and after ten rounds Dillon earned
a clean-cut victory. McOorty out-pointed
Dillon In only one round, the third, when
ho landed a vicious uppercut to the Jaw
and had Dillon almost out. The latter
covered up well, however, and came back
atrong In the fourth.
. Dillon was the aggressor throughout
and was McQorty's superior at int.gbt-
tng. McOorty used a left swing and up
percut effectively In the esrly rounds.
but as ths fight progressed Dillon formed
a good defease against this style of box
ing. "Kid" Mttchtii, who waa aubsti-
tsted for Freddie Clo iu the preliminary
was no match for Jimmy Anderson of
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Coming Back
his stellar work has been sadly missed
bv the blue cohorts. Had he been fit to
piav In the West point game, It Is likely
that the cadets would not have humbled
the sunn of 1.11.
Girls Play Tennis
in Spite of Weather
With tha temperature hovering about
twenty degrees above sero, Catherine
Woodworth won the consolation finals In
the high school girl's fall singles' tour
nament by defeating Nettle Muir. runner
up, In a hard fought match on the courts
at Twenty-second and Capitol avenue,
Wednesday afternoon.
The match was the longest and hardest
played one of the whole tournament and
went tha full five sets before Miss Wood
worth was able to win by the score, 6-3,
8-6, 6-3. J-6, 7-6. The winter costume
worn by the girl were the feature of
the match and the two players resembled
hockey plaer more than tennis en.
thuslaets. .Both girl played a sensa
tlonal game at time and because of tbe
chilly weather some exceedingly fast ten
nis was pulled off. Miss Woodworth
played the steadiest but her opponent put
up a plucky fight and Wr a time In the
final set It looked as if she was going
to win out.
When you have a rad cotd you want the
best medicine obtainable so a to cure It
with as Utile delay as possible. Here Is a
druggist's op nlon: "I have sold Cham.
brlila's Coush Remedy for flftMn.
vcara," says Eiios Lollar of Saratoga,
lnd.. "and consider It the best oa ths mar-
het." For sals by all dealers.
raaiil; Irsor &uptur4l u,
w'haa. Slorx,
I'.'OO; Independent U-lL.
By Tom McNamara
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ON mi j'mmi
Shakeup Generally Expected for
Game in East Saturday.
Dopesters Find tt Difficult to De
termine In Advance What Ar
rangements W ill He Made
to Fill Holes.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.. Nov. 2.-M!nus the
supreme confidence over the outcome of
next Saturday's Kme with Syracuse, con
fidence which departed s'!inly yester
day when "Shorty" McMIUun. the stir
quarterback sprained a leg, the Michi
gan foot ball squad today ir.dulfred in
the third straight afternoon of heavy
"Jimmy" Cialu was still on the hos
pital list and Torbett was at left half.
Picard got his chance st quarter and as
he haa thown fine JndRment and equally
fine mechanical ability during the few
opportunities that have come to him this
year. It Is possible that he may hold
down McMillan's lob next Hat unlay.
There Is. however, u feellns that Yost
will probably shift Wells to left half siiij
mart the Syracuse game with Cra'.g nt
quarter. This will mean a severe nhak.
up for the eleven, ns It will switch Pon
tius from tackle to end and probably glee
Kalner, a sub-tackle, a place l:i the vur
slty line.
Last Sunday the mighty Shamrocks of
South Omaha defeated the Soldier at
Fort Omaha in an easy manner. Up to
date the Shamrocks have not been scored
on, but their opponents for next Sunday,
via., the husky Belmont aggregation, say
they are going to whip the Irish lads
If such a thing Is possible. Yesterday
Frank Quigley and Chris Lyck completed
arrangements whereby the Shamrocks
will utilise the Benson Eagle park foi
their contests the balance of the season
The Benson gridiron, which Is dlrectl
opposite Krug park, will be fitted ou'
with all the necessary equipments for
first class foot ball field, and as good
games will be on the menu card and th
street car compsny guarantees gocd serv
ice, large crowds will undoubtedly at
tend all the games. There are two goo4
Omaha teams, vis., the Superiors ant
Monmouth Parks that the foot ba.i devo
tees of Omaha would like to see clask
with the shamrocks, and ths Irish ladl
are Just pining for a chancs to play ?oth
of these squads, but from appearanoes
it aeems as though these teams are afraid
of the Shamrocks, for they have been
aaked several tlmea and even begged to
play the Shamrocks, but they keep put
ting the South Omaha management off,
saying they will arrange a gam later on,
according to the Shamrocks.
Tha Shamrocks would especially like
to hear from out-cf-town teama. For
games address Frank Qu.gley, Slu Maple,
or telephone Douglas 40J4. or Webster
2585, or Captain Callahan, 839 North
Twenty-fourth street. South Omaha;
phons South 1891.
Free Concerts.
Omaha ts being treated to a very unique
musical feature Juet now in a free per
ioimance In the assembly room of the
Brandei Store.
Each afternoon the Victor Vlctrola fur
nishes a concert on a miniature stage. A
notable feature ot these musicals la the
fact that eacn ettrnoon at 4:16 a special
concert Is given for school teachers at
an hour when they can conveniently be
present. Teachers are cordially invited
to listen to these Instruments and hear
their favorite music. It Is the policy to
play numbers on request. Tbe regular
program for Friday follows;
A Nostrl Monti Trovatore Verdi
Homer and Caruso.
Prologue PagUacol Leoncavallo
Stride la Vampa Ti ovatore Verdi
Chs Oellda Manlna ooehme Puccini
Solanne in Quest 'Ora Forsa del Des-
tlnlo Verdi
Caruso and Scottl.
Songs from "The Pink Lady"
; Mnnrlrtrm Corj'JI
Victor Light Opera Company.
Tuttl 1 fior Mme. Butterfly Puccini
Homer and Farrar.
Caprice Vlenols Krelssler
1'tionoa Webster