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VOL. XLI. NO. 21.
Western Gridiron1 Heroes Who
v-x S7 J t NORTH PLATTEJAKES GAME
' ' captain ncKKRiN-o. o BHiKN of tow a. f . I -1 .''i" 1 HlK, 1 -v 'II Gcts Revenue Upon Kearney Mili-
Minneu. . .tap r i. - ta7 Academy, 12 to 0.
ST. JOE TRIMMED
Defeat of Tear Ago Wiped Out by
rurple and White by Score
of 38 to 10.
GAME SWIFT IN SPITE OF COLD
Flayers Bace Through it in Sweaters
; . and Ear Muffs.
MUCH - FUMBLING ' AS RESULT
Visitors Lose Ball Repeatedly from
RECTOR PLUNGES THROUGH LINE
Fallback of, Omaha Easily Hxcela
Jaaalaan, taa Klckcv tor Mia
' aarlanat Tackles Groaa
The Omit Hlgrh eleven avensed their
defeat of ' last year by trouncing the
much-touted ' championship Bt Joieph
Central' High team to the overwhelinint
tune of SS to 10 at Rourke park Saturday
The fame vrj played ' with the tem
perature hovering around ten degrees
above ve zero mark and sno'w flurries,
combined with a strong north wind, add id
1o the disadvantage of either team play
ing anything' like Ideal foot ball.' As. a
consequence there was fumbling con
tlnually, although fit. Joseph seemed to
feature in 'this particular part of the
game. The two " eleverui resembled
hockey players a? they dajhc.1 about clad
In heavy sweatei'3 and veatinz.enug U.
el caps, borne cf the puiyeia wore
gloves and one enerceUo youth had .a
pair of earmuffs Instead of a headgear.
Rector at fullback for the puro and
white waa tho feature of the game with
his wonderful line plunges and end runs,
scoring five of Ornpha'o touchdowns.
Rector was in the gumo all the time and
waa never thrown for a loss of yarda.
lie easily excelled . Jtunluon, tho little
(Usourian lilckcr. !:i the. punting game
and the booU of 1i',j left toe often went
as far as sixty yards with the wind.
Omaha Tram Work Wood.
As to Individual play, tho wuole Omaha
tnani negotiated a sltady and brilliant
tlaaa of foot bail, nl'dld team work
and excellent lntertorcr.ee . on the part
ff the bac!:a hhowinj 1.3 at all times,
omaha'a two tackle-, iX.jtin,j.n at left
and "Ole" Carlson ftt r'a::t, both figured
as sure ground (minora, and time and
again big Raclimt.n drajed two or throe
of the St. Joserh players for five yards
or more until ho was downed. Ie
Lamatre and Mur.n-.ke, hiv, and t'elby,
quarter, pulled off aome excellent lntr
ferenc and .good Individual gains,
jnilard. lfcft end. toro off a thrilling
thlrty-ftve-yard nn in the third qua
ter which braught the crowd to their
Johnson at right half, starred lor the
visitors, scoring bofli of tnelr touch-
uowna Jamison, captain and quarterback,
waa a consistent player and, despite the
fact that he was handicapped by having
a weak line. u able tu get away for
everat good fain.
Back Firlda Well Matched.
t. Joseph was slightly outweighed on
the line, but the backfieUs of the two
teams were about evenly matched. No
one was Injured during the came and the
lineup of the both teams remained the
same throughout all four quarters, ex
cept when Charles Borden was crnt In at
light tackle fur the Mlsoourlana In place
of Bell In the final quarter.
A large crowd attended the game d-.
kltte the winiy leather and yelled
1 1. tin selves hoarse from beneath blankets
Continued u Secoud 1 ago.;
''v-c::' :':r :SYW
OMAHA SECOND BEATS BLA "v 'X p " t " i!L.AATUa
Extra Field Goal is th.e Lead of J f . 1 i rn" I,,rrlt,' Rv-0 fP
local Lads. W.' " J H I
GLOVES WOEN IN THE GA1
fmmt flmy Fern Ait Itif Wy Throu
In Multe of the old WbUM
' Midi the Boys' Dlovd
uraplied over the fast Blair Hijh c(
lads by the score of 9 to 6 aa a pralln
ary to the big- Omeha-Bt. Joe gajna
Both teams (cored a touchdown
kicked boal before the firat two .quarj
of the fame were over and It was
until Cole, the purple and white left 4
was able to score a drop kick In the fl
quarter that Omaha took - the lead
Mo C ' .
Inkster, right end. Sole, left end, ;
James Durkee, fullback, were the e
for th. .n k4. hunting odne. Fred Masters ana w. A. wunraiu i uiir-"""
quarter wbea he chased down tho fl
and fell on one of Omaha'a punts fcJ
touchdown, beblnd Blair's goal line.
also played a hard game and place.
perfect drop kick between tbe goal w
from Illalr's twenty-yard line in the f
quparter. . .'
I la Her, fullback and captain of
. . . ,,J' 1 lie hiviiiiivuiii nwi .... " '
visitors, was Injured in a head-on colli ant fr nUndy, Nuveinber 8. To ar
wlth one of Omaha'a backs and hu.1 range this date call Lou Uovlne, Pouglaa
bo carried off the field. His injury t; -764-
. not seiioua, howievei:. - Cariyle. tlie main equeese of the Dodge
Haller at funback and Mle.ner at.rlJ
half, pulled off aome fast playa . for tlirTllirK1
visitors, Al leaner getting away for several
end runs of from fifteen to thirty yards.
ClaJr nt the quarter position also played
a plucky game. .
The feature of tho game were tho big
white gloves, worn by the Omaha lads
and they,, drew the undivided attention
of tho crowd for several minutes In tho
second quarter. Lieaplte tho chilly weather
eome, thrilling plays were pulled off and
the white gloves of the Omaha lads clung
like big anowflakcs to the red Jerseyu
of the Blair" nun-tors. The. lineup:
2D OMAHA HIGH. BLAin . HIGH.
..R.E.I R E.
. . . 1", Ha Her
J. Uurkee F.B.'F.B (cap) HaUer
ToMChdowu: llesner, Inkster. Field
gual: Cole. (Jool from tourhdowns: BIt,
C:o:e. Rfforee: Ringer of Nebraska, t iri
pire: loiitgomcry of Wlcni.m. Field
Jula; Kemp of Wayne. Head linmman:
Uates of Blslr, Time of quarters; Ten
CORNELL AND HARVARD WIN
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. . 11. -Cornell's
long dtstanra rfinners defeated the cross
country teum of the University of Penn
sylvania today over tbe flve-mlla course,
21 to ii. Berna, the two-mile champion,
and Jonoa, the American mile record
holder, finished first and vtoond for
Conic-iL liemt'i time was ST; 49. Jonas'
time was i7:ot.
NEW HAVEN. Cor.n., Nov. ll.-Iiar-vard
won Kit 11 the freshman and varsity
cross-country raoes from Tale today by
Kermit Rovceveit, who ran with the
Hai vard varsity team, completed the
cistance. six miles, in thirteenth position.
PRINCVM'OX. N. J., Nov. ll.-Tbe
Piincesn cross-country team won a
rather alow raoe from Columbia over the
Intercollegiate course here today, Score,
22 to H.
tuns City Wlas.
8IOVX CITT, I., Nov. Ii Speclal
Telegram. 1-Football: Sioux . Clt, 11;
North Dts Molnts, fi.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MOUSING. NOVKMHKlt
f i1 4. y w ihii I'll . I . '
I ilt V'. f t .1 : ,'i'.M If v V Mil I ....
I u - -V . jiupt or rniCAqo. kkckib moll,
I f r t t J Brilliant lunter.' AVieconsin's Benaationai yuarteruuoK.
V. A. WUNRATII.
A two claya- Hhoot fn j'luito river, uiree
two davs. They were mostly majlards unl
snid town election day and
I heartily apreo thHt tliey had the bent
rood foundry in tna country.
For mixes with the fast Belmont com
bination address Oeortce Hagomarif 1j'j13
North Seventeenth; lelephon. Webster
M I. n I. 1. rK an nn.n
by hli I husky
liciiv wnul.l like to arranaa
One T0UWWH"t horde for Thajiks-
M'CORMICK MAKES STAR RUN
Nails Paust on Druke's ThlrtyFtve
Yard tine aad with Clear Field '
Scores Oaly Touchdown
, of the Game
DBS MOINES, la., Nov. ll.-(Spwlal.)
trake trounced . Grlnnell In ' a poorly
played game in tho m!4et of a snow
torm, 6 to 0. , Drake's victory came in
the fourth quarter after Grlnnell . had
forced them to an uphill fight air the
way, when MoCormlck, Drake' tackle,
recovered on of Rlmon's punts on Grln
tiell'a thlrty-flve-yard line and ran th
romalnder of the distance with uo one
between him and victory.
Grlnnell could nor compare with Drake
tn carrying tho ball anl made firftdown
but twice during the battle,, whlls Drake
ripped tholr line open for from five fo
ten yards at a clip and at least three
tlmea ware within almost reaching 's
tance of the coveted goal line, but not
a Drake back could be found who could
batter down liinnell's defense for th
few yards that were needed. Lineup:
DRAKE. I GRINNEf.r.
jiLcureignt JLt,. H.K.....
R. Orison R'f. H.T
Reovee H-G. KG..,..
Culvlll C. O
Hofman UG. UO
MoCormlck UT. UT
Carlnon L.E. L.K
Btmotis R.H H. IR.11B..
Weathtrwax ...F.B. K.B
Cruli L.H.B. IL.H IS..
NEBRASKA CITY TAKES GAME
Omaha School fur Deaf Loses Hard
NLBRA&KA9 C1TV. Neb., Nov. 11
(Speolal Teles : am.) Th local high school
foot ball team defeated the tiVvra of the
Omaha School fr the eaf and Dumb
by a ecore of -i to 0. It was a hard
fought game, the first half being 11 to 0
and tho rceond half It to 0. A large
crowd v.as out. despite the heavy wind
und aero weather.
- PeritiKtent Advertising 1 the Road to
TIGERS BITE ICE
cers Beat Them Playinjr in
jf-SEVEN TO NOTHING
OMAHAkea rat In l.lne, Xabraska
miiea wri a n.o-.i...
Back Field far Three
N, ' Neeb., Nov. 1. Ilaylng In
of a November gale, with the
lure " ranging closo to rero, No
oday defeated Doann college ot
a score of 37 to 0.
receive cxc numoer mo lianas or me piay-
fumbling wall frequent, both
ffendlng equally. Nebraska pre-
a aubstllute line, with only two
a In the back fluid fo th first
uarters, but the new mon per
their part well, taking tho mean-
tbe lighter colUgo boys at si-
the outset, scoring one touchdown
h quarter up to the final, when
several substitutes went In and fairly
tore up the poana line. The forward paia
wan worked ' with suofeaa, and several
long end runs marked tho lant two
MrKe b K.B iMvldua
SwaJlaoa I-T. R T Brinoa
llk 10- 11.0
lltI-K1llott C. ; Ai1m
Rom , ... H O ua...( Ml. kl.
Aaiwriioo H.T. LT K,g
MulltMa E I. B hl
W(rulr:. Krink.-Q B ly.H Wilkinson
fcuMH.fclwll ...Ull B L.H B KomU
Purdy ri.KB. K H.li Krtiliiiir
Olhwi !'. BiFB UnU
Kubstllutes for ' Nebraska: Warner for
R. Frank, Chaunter for MfKeo, Hhonka
for Anderaou, tJlilott for Ptelk, Pearson
for Rose, O. Krank for Russell. PunJy
for Gibson. For Dearie: Moorman for
Rico, Dickinson for Moorman.
MINK LEAGUE HEARS REP0RT3
sleeting mi Nebraska C ity Goes Over
NKURAKKA CITT, Nov. 11 .-(Special .)
Th dlreorors and offtoers of tn MJnk
Base Ball league met in Ihta city Thurs
day evening. Among those present were
N. 8. Lyon and l 'ki. Leeds of Fails City,
E. F. Gaua of Shenandoah, la.; T. J.
Kawthorn of da rind a, la.; Lafe lllgglna
and Warretj Cummina of Auburn, A.
tiugney ana r.. a. tuix ok iihs city ana
President Fred Carey of Omaha. The
meeting waa called for th pufmc of
auditing the accounts of the officers of
the league and to get a full report of the
season's work. Treasurer Morehoui was
unable to be present, -but sent an item
ised account of the monies received by
the league and from whutn. Also how It
as disbursed. Each club la to receive a
detailed statement of the entire thing in
a short time. No action a as taken ie-
gardlng next season, but the matter war
dlacuraed and also tbe aupport given by
each of the town a.. Tills will all be
gone over In detail so it will bt In shape
to properly present at a meeting to be
held in March. A vote of thanks waa
given President i'arey for the effli-lent
work he. lied done to make the !egue a
The key to hii'-h-ss in btirlnea is thet
Judicious and j-rilstut u of newpaper
Good Work for Their Elevens
KANSAS AGGIES WINNERS
Beat Creighton by the Score of
Twelve to Nothing.
M0RGANT HALER IS A STAR
Gets Away Trlth a Clear Field, bat
la Nailed from Brhtad by a
Faet Kaasaa Half
back. MANHATTAN. Knn.. Nov, l!.-(Ppeclul
Tlegram.)--A alxty-yard run by Mornn
thler from .Crelghton'a thlrty-flvo-yard
line In the laat quarter of the game
added the vpectacular to a hard fought
battlo between the Kansas Aggloa and
the Omaha school here today In which
the Agglea wore victorious ,by th aroro
of 13 to 0. Morgaiithaler, who got away
on. a tacklo awing, had a clear field to
the Kansua goal, but Hehn, the fast
Aggie half, overtook and downed him on
the Kansas fifteen-yard line. After work
ing the ball up to the Kansas, ten-yard
f . , I
mo AHiw vuixvjl out oi.uaHgcr. '
tt i. un viiix yviii .11 w, f, w 1 1. w ... 1 v. u
the Kanraa goul was Beriousl threat
ened. Later Crelghton tried for a. field
goal fro mtho thlrty-flve-yard line, but
tho ball tell suverul yards, Hhort.
The Arglea did all their scoring In the
third qusrter, though they threatened In
the second. With a high wind in their
favor the Agglea puntod into Crelghton'a
territory, held thm foe downa at their
forty-yard . line and by line plunging
curried the ball over. On it tickle swing
Captain Holmes carrlnd the bull from tho
clglit-yard line to th ftoal and Pimm
was pushed over with It. Howenstlno
kicked goal. Hcoro: Kansas, U; Crelgh
ton. 0. 1
Thrno tulnubes later Plahl, the raiun'
KanBHa end, re.Tuvei.il a beautiful on-lde
kick from Crclglitou'a thirty-yard lino
and ran twelve yard for a touchdown.
Ail easy goal by lloweustlne made the
si.ors 13 lu 0 In favor of the farmtir.
The Aggies made their best galua
through the Crelghtun lino with Hehn
frequently carrying the ball to advantage.
Crelghton was more successful with end
runs, In which play Prucha often dlstln
gijtlied himself. Few forward paasea
were 'tried by either side and none was
Uuoceeful, tltough Madden missed a
beautiful chance to score oil a pasa when
a guat ot wind carried the. ball Just out
of his reach. The lineup; '
K. . A. C. I CREIGJ ITOX.
Felp ")- Hauler
Wherle Ui R(l. Hall, St pleton
Collins , UT. R.T Taylor
Ktahl L.K.'UG Hoi.kli.s
Burkhelter ....R.O. UT... Morganttisler
lomis R.T.J Up; lialler
Holmes K. 1 . R.T
Schaffer It. K. i. K Madden
Hopper : It K.'R.E Black
Slmms. Voui.g, g.H.;Q H Miller
Hqwensteiue .J.M UH MvCoily
Helm R.H. , R.H. Prucha. Levi
Hulni F.B.'F.M Tamsoa.
Hartwlg ....... F. U. I F. B
CKEbTOV, la.. Nov. II. (Special Tc.lc
gram ) Kgrdles f the storm the Cre.
ton High school fit ball tfntn played
Cha-iton ttlth a scute of f to 17 In favor
of (V.eion. The attemlaiice was large
r-gardle.s of tlic stoiin.
The l;y to 'aureus In biiMlriess Is the
Juillctoua and pediment ue of nrwfpsper
mi I'LATTK, Nb.. Nov. n.-fSpe-
Telegram.HVlth tho Umperaturo at
and biting north lnds sweeping the
.i:eiu isorth Plstta defeated tho Kearney
Mllttan- aeudemy tMdiiy, 12 to a Taking
revenge for live dofeat last week at
Kearney, North Flatte scored 011 touch
downs by Cunningham and Lincoln on
hort end runs, Norrle kicking goal in
both instances. Forty-yard runs by Lin
coln 11 iid N'orrls featured.' The etrong
wind made forward pacw.'S difficult. North
PlBtto getting away with threj and Kear
ney making good on one., O'Brien starred
for, Kearney by fast end work. North
Platte's Interference waa perfect and Ita
line plungea alwaya made good gains.
Despite tho extreme cold the attendance
was good. Lineup:
WeHaberg . . . .
R.H ,R.H O Urlen
F.H. F.H N Irro -(C)
L.H., J. Naanrt
Referee: Ke.fe. Notre 1'ianie; Umpire:
K. N. Russell, Kearney MIMtsry academv,
field Judge: Walltnr, Jhlgli.
By Cornell Team
ITHACA, N. X., Nov. ll.-Mlchigan
was defeated here today l to ,0. , The
11 'nriiA 1 un.i Mini. i -.. .... .. , . . .
w. .. . . -..tu u,l,14f. IjlliW .UIQ 111,'
I . V.,.. ... .... .
the . first half. Neither
team's backs could make any beadauy
by ordinary foot ball, und puniing was
resorted to, with gains about even. But.
er tiled for a field goal front midfleld,
but It went wide. Neither goal was
threatened seiloualy throughout the half.
. Ps lemon
rnderhlll 76'. B
U K. .
Kyrlch L. 11.
Munk ) UT.
U G. .
(' Rourke U
J B. Whyte
Champaign ... R. T I
rVlta R. K.
Butler J. H ! U n...
(I'l'mmor u h.ih. a...
R. li. Whyte.. R H.F. B. ...
Ames College Hands
Cornell a Shutout
UIEH. la.. Nov. IL-Iowa Ftate college
defeated Cornell here title afternoon,
eccre, 10 to 0. Hunt and Pfund did spec.
tacular work and played the Cornell lino
to a standstill. The local team waa In
bad condition whim the game started and
It was necessary to make a number of
substitutions. Burge was the star bf th
game, making fourtaen out ot fifteen
possible punta and a touchdown, on which
Ring helm kicked goal In tho third quar
GOVERNOR WILL KICK
OFF AT FOOT BALL GAME
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 11. To Governor
Chester H. Aldrlch falls the duty of kick
ing off at the atari of play In the Michigan-Nebraska
game on November &.
Manager Karl O. Eager has secured tbe
governor'a promise to participate and at
the sound of tho referee'a whistle, the
state's executive will send the pigskin
whirling through the air. The governor
declined to say whether he would Join
the varulty squad for practice before at
tempting to perform on (he foot ball field
before the crowd, nor would he say what
tMgs be would wear fur the ottatlun.
COPY FIVE CENTS.
KANSAS FALLS TO
TOE OF OKLAHOM A
Boot of Captain Capshaw of Sooners
Brings First Def eat of Season,
Three to Nothing.
JATHAWKERS BLOCKED 5Y SNOW
Brand of Flay Compared to First
VISITORS IN FIGHTING . FORK
Dogged Defense Eares Filing Up
CHANCE TO WIN PASSED BY
Six Time Lawreia ' Men Tint
Opportunity t Croaa Goal Lia .
. bnt Fall omca gtlchm
LAWRENCB, Kan.. Nov. U.-tSpec!!.)
Playing In a blinding snow storm with
the. wind blowing over th field In a
fierce gale, the Kansas Jayhawkara lost
their first gam thla aeason to Oklahoma,
by a 8 to scors. -
The day waa freeslng cold and It was
Impossible . to . play good football; The
Sooner outkltiked-Kanraa and had th
better 'of th game In offensive play. lit
this department of the gam, th Jay-'
hawkera were cleanly outclassed by thair .
Captain Capshaw and Courtrlght. the
Sooner ha I fa.-played brilliant foot bail'
and time after tlm they- carried th ba!
for twanty-lv yard around th Kanaaa
end before being vdowned. The playing
of these two men alone waa ' responsible
for th victory.
After three minute of play, th Okla
homa team worked th ball to th Kan
aaa twenty-flv-yard line, wher ' Cap
shaw kicked, a . field goal for th only
score of th gams. Kansas fought hard.'
in the latter part of th gam, but could '
not scoro. -
Reeds, th Oklahoma punter, eom-
i pletely outclassed Delaney, -Kanaaa ' uni
versity a star punter. Th Oklahoman'a '
kicks averaged forty yari In spite of tho
high wind, that waa blowing. Delanoy's,
boots wera miserable and Kanaaa unhei
slty Buffered. The playing of Hell, the
Kansas quarter, and C Woodburj-, waa
tlie fuature of th Kanaaa play. Their
vork waa the only redeeming feature for
.;ausaa had six chances to acor in th
amn and each of the time Delaney
failed at drop kick. Playing in the ec
ond and fourth Quarter wao In Okla
homa's territory, but Kanaaa could not
punt th ball over. Coach Btlehm of Ne
braska viewed th gam thl afternoon,
it waa much surprised at th poor show
ing of Kanaaa. - .
"Th Oklahoma boys war too faat for
the Kansas ends," eaid the coach' after
th game, "but Kanaaa played pretty
good foot ball.- W expect lo win from
Kan next Saturday, but aot. without
The- Jayhawkera did not play their
hardest game thla afternoon. Only on
Urn did they mak first down and mad
but two ruooeaaful forward paasoa.
Today'g defY will' not figure In th
Missouri valley championship. Kanaaa
la pointing for Nebraska and, will put up
thejr atrongeat fight vxt tfeturda;,'
agalnat (tie Comhuekers.
U B.IR. E.,
Hll. Wilson O
Davis R. H.
. Woodbury.. L It
Am mens c),
Field goal, Capshaw. Official-Refeie..
Brownfleld, Iowa, umpire. Gordon, Michi
gan: field Judge, Riley. K. C. A. n : heed
linesman. Fjit". Kansaa City. Tim of
quailers, li Bundles. Attendance, let".'.
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