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OMAHA AND ST JOE TO CLASH
Hard Gridiron Battle Looked For at
Vinton Park Today.
HIGH SCHOOLS. TO CONTEST
As it Cartnln It alter I Up Second lllsh
School Team Will Meet the
Team from the Blnlr
Tho Omaha High school foot ball squad
held its final practice yesterday In prepa
ration for Hie big game with St. Joseph
Central Hlgn school eleven at Itourke
Park this afternoon.
The team lias been practicing hard this
week and Coach "Ebble"xHurnett is leav
ing no stone unturnej to whip the team
Into shape. Hector is bock in his old
position at fullback much to the delight
of his teammates. Crocker has been
shifted from his position at left end to
right half, as Bowman,, captain and right
lialf, will nut be In condition to go in at
I. is regular position In tho St. Joseph
game. Millard and Gideon will hold down
the end positions and Selby will be at
his utmal place at quarter.
Considerable Interest has been aroused
In the game by Prof. C. K. Reed, athletic
director, and through the efforts of the
Boosters' club at the school. A section
of the grand stand has been reserved for
the newly organized Rooters' club of the
school and It la expected to have fully
1.000 students attend tha games In body.
So far this season the students have been
lagging in their support of the team and
strenuous efforts have been made this
week to arouse greater Interest in tho
gridiron sport. The Boosters' club of the
school will attend in a separate box
As a preliminary to the St. Joseph
game the second high team will clash
with the Blair High school eleven. This
game will begin promptly at ' 2 o'clock
so that the big game may begin on tlmo
at S o'clock. ., . .,
Following Is the line-up of the Omaha
St. Joseph teams:
OMAHA HIGH. ' 8T. JOB HIGH.
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nefeiee: Potter ot Unloi4 college. I'm-
plre: Teach of University Place. Field
judge: ('p.llahun of Lake Forest. Head
lncsmart: Montgomery of Wisconsin.
Klulr defeated the local lads at Blulr
early Inthe aeascsyby the score of 5 to 0
and the purple rind white warriors have
been working liuid in practice this wjek
to be in thnpe to pull off a victovy Sat
urday. Coach Andrus has been puttln.
the leds through a stiff line of signal
practice this week and several rrew trick
plays have been worked out:
Following is the line-up:
2D OMAHA HIGH.
Culvrr (C.) Mirt.'or-
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Cartoonist's Impressions of the Great Gridiron Match
HE CBUtD ONW JuMp ACTTTN ARE OF 6RE-AT SERVICE lT AcJ Zl' cTnn?
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Iowa Team Off
to Meet Hoosier
Grand Island uocs
Victory Over Hastings
GRAND ISLAND, Nel.. Nov. 10. (Spe
cial Telegram.) With the 12 to 0 defeat
of Hasting.-) today, tl-.e tlrand Island High
ei liocl made It a fen hall record read
four iclorlr-s und one tie. Hastings,
however , pnve din locals the hardest
light of the neries. The visitors out
weighed the lot-ills and the f.rst quarter
liud tl.o bill largely In Grand Island's
territory, ihoiiKh the quarter ended score
lens, la the tecond, the visitors were
hold in better uhapo and made good
line mr.asl.ie. On a thlri? dow.S the
Ktn'n u'.tcmiued a place kick. The kick
(ailed, but drand Island got the ball
and pushed it over the line. Goal was
klckid. The third quarter was again one
of divided honors and no score. In the
fourth still &i:a;pler playing took the ball
close to the Il03t.nns goal Una and the
latter kicked for safety. The ball was
blocked and taken over the line for a
touchdown. Coal was kicked. IJrieup:
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PES MOIXHS. ,1.. Nov. 10.-(Speclal
Telegiam.) Tbe annual loot ball game
tiiat Is of greater local Importance than
any otter mum pluyed at Drake stadium
today. It via the Kast high school
vcaiuit tho Wul high school, and It was
V!jfJ lu prrttuco of what was declared
l be tlie L--gi.'t crowd that ever assem
bled lu Ilia stadium. The result was t
tu 2 l:t favor of the East high cfco?l. It
Vua a-, auusuuJly well played game.
IOWA CITY, la., Nov. lO.-(Speclal )
The Iowa team, coaches and trainers left
Thursday night at 8:23 over the Rock
Inland for Lafayette, Ind., .starting the
third long trip In as many weeks. The
following men were taken: Murphy,
O'Brien, McUlnnts. Ualrd, Uanton, Pen
nlngroth, Ney, Hanson, Trlckey Alex
ander, Von Lackum, Korf, Loudln, .dem
ons, Repass. Druuda, Von Maur and
.. , 'j-'u- oT tie team will be Is
hard to teU. Murphy will be at full, with
MeJoy at quarter, McUlnols at left haJf,
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'mo line presents tile problem. Buck
ley's Illness has left a hole at left end
which Penningroth will be culled upon to
fill, at the start of the game at least.
Von Dockum is certain to be at the other
end, and Ney will go In at left tackle.
Alexander is very lame, and will not be
used unless Purdue Is stronger than an
ticipated. Trlckey will probably start at
right tackle In his place, Repass going
to Trlckey 's place at guard. Hanson,
though In poor t-lmpe, will p)ay left guard,
his punting being nex:ewvry. Whether
O'Brien, the particular star of the team,
will bo ablu'to go in or not is Uuubtrul.
iiawloy doslres to have him In good con
dition for the Ained game, and fears
further Injury If ho plays aguinst Pur
due. But his mighty toe Is likely to be
badly needed. Probably he will be kept
out until a chance for a field goal up
pcara. In that case, demons will start
at center, where he played several games
lit year. All of the subs who will be
sent In are valuable men, but hardly
oqual to the veterans v;hom they will replace.
Perslsteut AdvtiUilug U tha Itoad to
Hard Game Saturday
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 10. The Marquelte
university oot ball eleven after a week
of hard work Is In fit oondltlon for the
battlo' tomorrow afternoon with South
Dakota at Milwaukee. The Dakota col
legians have established a credit ible
reputation for themselves this tall and
Coach Juneau of the Milwaukee cloven
expects a hard fight for his team.
The Milwaukee team tomorrow will
have the services of Captain Munsell.
who was declared eligible during tbe
woek, after be ng out of the game tbe
entire season due to "cons."
William Hanley, the big tackle, will
not be able to play, his place being
take nby woodsworth. This Is tbe only
switch In the university lineup.
Scores Twice for Princeton
BEAVER CITY SWAMPS
THE CAMBRIDGE TEAM
BKAVEH CITT, Neb.. Nov. 10. fSpoclal
Telegram.) Kaver City played rings
around tbe Cambridge team here today
and won, 11 to t Cooibrldgo was com
pletely outclassed and were never nrar
Beaver City's goal while Reaver City
went throug Cambridge's line and around
their ends at will for large gains.
Remington, Cambridge' fullback, was
hurt In the fourth quarter and had to re
tire from the game.. Mlnnlok was the
star player for Cambridge, while It would
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BELLEYUE DEFEATS COTNER
Weak Line Brings Defeat to the
Christiana of Bethany.
SC0KE AT FINISH TWELVE TO SIX
Paulson, on Itlaht Und, Deri hni
Good Work, While Henderson
Is Not Far llehlnd.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 10.-(8peclul
Telegram.) In a foot ball game that wa
hotly contested from start to finish, Uelle
vue colli ko defeatedo Cotner university,
12 to ti ut llthany today. The winning
touchdown that broke a tie of 8 to 6 was
mado by Curtis, IJellevue's right tackle,
who mude a spectacular run from Cot
ner's forty-yard line In the last lew
minutes of play.
Mooro, quarter back, made two floid
goals for lielleevue. He booted the first
one from the Christian's twenty-five-yard
line during the first quarter, and sent
the next one over the cross bar In the
second quarter from the twenty-yard tine.
Cotner scored a touchdown In the second
Half on a forward pass from Myler, right
tacklo, to Jester, left end, on Bellevue's
forty-yard line. The pass was well exe
cuted. Myler shot It from the center of
the field directly Into Jester's arms. He
was but a few feet from the side line,
and evading the tacklers, rushed over
the coveted chalk line for a touchdown.
Close Until Finish.
The game belonged to either team until
the last few minutes of play, though
Curtis. Henderson, Paulson end Mooeo
kept Cotner uneasy by their effective
line plunges and end runs.
Paulaou, the Uellevue right end, played
a speedy game, breaking up Corner's
plays lepeatedly In the second half and
making his gains around the Cotner ends.
J'endeilun, with fenrful line plunges,
time and again broke up Cotner's defense
and nulled Ogden, Cotner's swift half
buck, be for he rould get away.
A weak line, both on the offensive and
defensive, was responsible for the Beth
any collegians' defeat. Tha lineup:
Earn White, the hero of the Trince-ton-llarvard
game, who was the cause
for both cf Princeton's score. White
jiliked up a fumble and ran nearly the
length of ihe field for a touchdown in
the first quarter. In the third quurtei
he tackled Huntington, Harvard's full
back, so bard ufter the latter caught a
kick that the Crlmonslte was forced
backward over his own goal line for a
safety. White's sensational work entitles
nltn to a place In foot ball history along.
"oi arrt wwitt. and it Is
almost certain to earn him the position
u uii Waller Lamp's All-American
be hard to name tbe star for Bcuver City
as they all played first class ball).
Heaver City setled an old score with
Cambridge as It was the only team which
beat Uraver City last year. Leaver City
Is out for the championship of southwest
Nebraska and as yet have not
bcatrn by a bigti school team.
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Eings Around York
YORK, Neb., Nov. 10. (Special Tele
gram.) York was no match for Lincoln
toda yat foot ball, for the score, I to 18,
does not tell the cunning tricks the
Lincoln boys played on the local team.
York had the satisfaction ot being t lie
fust team to cross ILnooln's goal line
this season, due to a drop kick from the
thirty-yards lino by , Gsborn. Unooln
kicked off to York when they funmbled
and gave Lincoln the ball on York's
IJnooln made three oltne on a drop
kick. After an exchange of punts, Lin
coln carried the ball oyer for touch
down and kicked goal. Koore, first half:
IS to 0.
In tbe last half the ball was In U m
coin's territory most of the time. I -coin's
trick plays, by Do ye and MJjn,
and line plunges by V. Westover, were
the features of tho game. York's star
players were Mapps, Hopkins, FYlcd and
Osborn, In their ground sains.
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Ask Supreme Court
to Decide "Corners"
Violate Trust Law
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10.-For the first
time the government todiiy axked tha
supremo court of tho United States to
proclaim as the law ot the land that
"running a corner" on a stock exchange
Is a violation of tho Sherman anti-trust
Tho point came up in the oral argument
of Solicitor General l.ehmann In support
of the Indictment of jntnes A. Patten,
Eugene F G. Scale. Frank n. Hayne
and William P. llrown on charges of
conspiracy on January 1, 1910. to "run
corner ot cotton" on the Now York
stork exchange. Knscnttal counts In the
Indictment had been declared erroneous!
by the United States circuit court for
southern New York and the government
was arguing for a reversal. Ex-Senator
John G. Spnonnr argued for an affirmance.
Once or twice In the argument Chief
Justice White asked If the government
considered that a combination to force
down the price of a commodity would be
In violation of the law, as well as a
combination to put the prices up, as
charged In the present Indictment. Mr,
Lchmann said he was not familiar
enough with the market to reply.
The chief Justlco also failed to get
ronrtao answer to his query about the
legality of planters combining for higher
Mr. Lehmann, In attacking the holding
of the circuit court, referred to It by
saying that no restraint on competition
In Interstate commerce was charged III
the Indictment. Ho urged that the Sher
man anti-trust law was not directed
against of competition, but against re
straint of trade. He added that even
If It had been aimed at restraint of com
petition that the competition caused br
an Increased price of cotton would be
temporary and abnormal, a thing which)
the law aimed to prevent.
FOOT BALL FIELD MEET
AT BEATRICE DRVING PARK
HEATmcrc, Neb., Nov. 10.-(Speclal.)
In the foot ball field moet held at the
Driving park yesterday afternoon under
the direction of Coach Guy Ilathbun, tlir
Beatrice boys distinguished themselves In
making records In the various events.
Tonnemaker won first place and the cup
with W. Maxwell second. The winner
and the points are as follows: Tonne
maker, 24; W. Maxwell, 1.1'i; Nlcho as
It; Ralph Powell, 10'; Luse, ; John
Cook, 7V4: Tutherford, 0; M. Maxwell,
i; Royal Green, 2V.
JAKE STAHL WILL MANAGE
BOSTON AMERICAN TEAM
YOUNG8TOWN, O., Nov. lO.-Presldent
James McAleer of the Boston Americans
today made the announcement that Jake
Stahl bad signed a two-year contruct to
manage and play first base for the
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