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AS . u;, i i L.ViUiL..' ii in ICC iUUi. i'XTEjt AT DES KOINES 11 die tct 'I onrnariicnl to He I I Meld In llrrruilifr Will tie Iten rfwnlril by ft l.eaat Party Omnkt (nrk Hnnlm. MUrnui: or c;amk for wkkk Vrtronallfsn l.nnnf. K HTT'S ALLEYS. M :.i:iv KunklKl aiain.-t Derby Woolen Ml.,K. I ..rr!u liesclln's Mixer asalnsl Ie1s A i l.cilo rluli. Wednesday Ilumnhr's Specials against Pl. i; mulling I ler.artment. Thuisoay orrtren Hum against Drum mers. YM.iy XV. O. W. snlnt Chris Lyrks. ranntrrUI Leaarae. KBITS ALLKTB. Mor.dtv-I'l Lochs against Broil. issrd Crowns. I uday DrelVi C'atidy Company ta-ntt lax Valilore. 1neoay l-erunts against Gold Tn. ; Thuraany Lutus MUnit Bt. Jurat. Mearlo Cltr 1 UARLOW8 ALLKTU, SOUTH OMAHA. Tneadey Boyee Cracker Jack agalnxt I Fu. ........ .m.cr Com mt axainft Cu.- , kin's Cubs. Thursday Oarlow's Colt against ivt, erions candy Kld, Martins Ttrs feainst ftouth Omaha Ice mil Cow Com pany. Pllim' Lea erne. OARLOW8 ALLEY. SOUTH OMAHA. Monday Omaha Wint Cudahya, Btrlf t against Armour. Omaha leaaroe. FRANCISCO AU.ET. J YMse O'H'in'i Kanriy Kids aaslnst Met Hro., Hosp Company asalnat Mf ord-Brady Advoa. J. S. Cross against Hwi Clothing company. Ftamator Lea era. FRANCISCO ALLEYS. 1 uesday-Oumha Bidding company ftnt ,nnrt. Frame Colts atrainat , rturfner Tailor. Ferreil's Syrup against Cnarantee Clothing Company, rtnrx Malta against London Tailor. Kvrraatll Lensrne. francisco alleys. Monday A. O. IT. W. Nn. IT ' s gainst A. 11 IUot Printing Company, Midland Ulan B.owers against Commblaa. Cnrey McKensJ Priming Company against s-Tsuldings. El Paxos against outlaw. Tha Omaha, repreaentatlon at tha Mtd dla Weat Bowling tournament wUI xed th flrat estimate and It la bow peted that at leat forty howlers win enter tha event Met Brothers, Rtorg Triumphs, Pete Loch. Jabes ft, Croes. Jettar Gold Top ff Omaha. Jstter Oold Topa oC South Omaha and At laaat two team from tha Booster league will and in tbclr ant Dm before November , tha cloilue data of I ha antrte. 8crlary Waber wlU try to raaarva tha daja of Daoambar I and for tha Oman Viowlcra, a It takaa two daya to bowl in b'.I tha avaata. Tha officer of tba Middle Went ao- latlon will mart at Dot Molnea on V ronibar 4, at which tlma an effort will ba i and to organiaa an Interstate two-man tournarrwmt between team In Mlnaourl. Iowa and Nebraaka. William Lucaa of Ktnaaa City, who shot In Omaha lait ar during the tournament of tha aao rlatlon, la nthuolaatio over tha propol tton and la confidant the loagua would be a blf auccea If org-anlnad. Tha cltlea MiggMted to form the 'league ara Kansaa cay, Bt. Loiil. Dee Molnee, Omaha, Bt. Jccph and Blous City. Tba two-man end Individual game could ba rolled only di Saturday and Sunday, tha teaina mould thu ba away every other Veek or mi tier upon theaa two day, making but one city at a time. It tha raoa result) In anything like a clnea contest it would I I ps ts great Interest In the sport, Lucaa v.anta a franchise for Kansas City. UU I. aula would ba sura to make application, 1m I)ca Molnee. Pa Klnneman of fit. Joteph la one of the originators of the plsii. so It la eertaln that he will want tu gt la. It will be up to Omaha and Moux City to make application to com-l-lite the circuit. Many Hwmlera Kntrreel. - Omaha bowlers should enter Into the middle west tournament bavsuae it will !a the largest entry aver bad in the nociai.cm. best prise fund, and ba tha best tournament of the middle weat te Mulnr is making great preparation to that everybody naa a good time, th ellry whi be cross planed. Each bowler tiitf six. alleys so he Is bound to get a n even break. U'g events In the bowling world will now follow closely upon esjch other, nrst wtu be the middla-west at ! Molnaa December I to XL Inclusive; George Htoru -f te Molnee la preeldent and William K. 'Weber of Omaha la secretary. Kntrlo lose November M. Any bowling team in Uie country sboeUng under American Bowling congress oaoctWn can antor tha event. Folllwlng this tournament th Urear Omaha Howling association HI bold tha annual city toura inoiit commeoslng an January I and con. tlnulog unt January IS. bowlera of tha Omaha, Commercial, Metropolitan. Mr Buoeter, backers and Maglo City ugua are eligible to shoot Ed Tracy ia preaideot and Kleh R. Orotta. aecra arv. Tbea couws the International aaso tlauoa tournament at U I'aul February ii. m , luciusiva. T. J. orone naia, one of the best known bowler ft the northweet. la secretary. Th l.t but most important cf them all Is the .MnerK-an Bowling congress. International tournament, to be held at Chicago from March i to U In the LVstr Park pavilion; A. L. Langtry of Milwaukee, secretary of th congress, will furnish u the tutor, nation desired regarding this affair. it 'U1 ba disappointing to many of I i.e bowlers to bear that A. C. Jelllson. a member of tha Luffy team of t. Loui, - J ,T years, will not ba among tba shoot ts from that city at the tnld-west, as )i haa but recently moved to Cincinnati und will make that city bis home. "BaJdy" or "M Uard" aa he waa usually tailed, was on, of tn, br.t alnl.h-.i khooters In tha wst and for years waa . t-tm iot bi. laiuis bowlers, but had to take Ms hut off to our nw t.aa. Nri during the tournament held in this I'j iai year. A nmteb cf flv. game wa arranged, but after Neale had shot four of tlis turner, averaging ja a gam for th four J.iU.n gv up and did not finish 1.1 f.fth: a perfect soor of could not n in ir.e mau n. Thl wr th cause 1. a reat aii or rlalry betwen th Omaha and bt. Loul bowlers, sod It ivi i iisi a meii'h would b U t at Louis during the American Howling congress, but after NVale shot .a n.e laurnan.biit gimee, with an av raK? or -J per game. Jolllson or Ms '-e. ir.tr could imt i,c fcund anywhere. I.e hcbntldii. I'l' k und Ulil, sre hold I t i.. .y i. l uS Hie lrf.rHn M k(r ' i n'' tin-in iii t(, l,ri..up fi m.uid bs .ill eft with thtr Mftlu , ...:u:i 1 i niii r. ief it- l.u. thi.aln t draft riom a n If l i I ' aMm dou't in . ..5' MAROON TEAM VICTORIOUS Northwestern Beaten ' by Chicago, Nine to Three. SdLUBT'S TOS 13 BIG ASSET Wlanere let Tesrhdens la First Fear Mlaates of Play, After Which Northwestern t'lays Stiff Came. KVANHTON. 111., Nov. 11. Chicago de feated Northwestern today, to 3. Chicago scored the first touchdwon In four minutes of play against Northwest ern on Northwentern field today. Nor- gren took the ball over after a punting duel that ended on Northwestern' five yard line. Bi ruby kicked goal. Northwestern after the first reverse held Chicago safely. Aided by the wind, Linn and Oruhn were able to keep the ball In Chicago territory, four times In succession sending It over the Maroons' goal line. . . Th teams mat on equal terms In the second period. Norgron waa replaoed by Fonger. Chicago begun to gain toward the end of th period, but Northwest held for two downs on her own five-yard line and LI mi punted out of danger. Purple Get Tautdown, As tha third period opened an exchange of punt ended With the Maroons hav ing th ball on their own five-yard Una, Pierce having badly mishandled Linn's punt, which boundnd sixty yardx. The Purple in threa . flrce Hue plunges by Oruhn and Ileese made fifteen yards. Linn then kicked a field .ial. Chicago, 8; Northwestern, I. Northwestsrn had all the best of the straight foot ball (hat followed. A series of line buck by the Purple ended In thirty-yard run by Linn around the left end. After a struggle, in which neither side oould make a gain and hold it, Chicago in the last five minutes of play drove th ball yard by yard to the purple goal Northwretem held on the one-yard line, but the Maroon scored again ton a field goal by Buruby. , Score: Chicago, ft; Northwestern, 1 Lineup; NORTH W'8'N. C1UCAUO M Phwrtn L.T. Fletcher Ltt. Sheppard L.U Robin C. iYils R.O. Wandrack H.T. Pierce K- linn .....u.M Heeee Ull.M. lAink H.H Oruhn F.H. L.K..,... Kauasulker LT Kadeniaoher L.O He.lra C Whlilng lit) Harris H.T, Carpeniar H.B Uoettler J.H Palna UIH, Bauer K IC.B Norgren P.B Pierce ST. JOE TRIMMED BY HIGH ELEVEN (Continued from First Pag ) and fur muffs. A goodly representation of tha fair aex were on hajid to wave pennants and howl defiance against th biting north wind Omaha won th toss and chose th north goal, thus having (ho wind to their advantage. BU Joe kicked off to Omaha, and before tha first four luinutea of the first quarter were over Rector had plunged across the Mlsaouriau' goal for a touchdown. Munnek missed 'goal Score, Omaha S. Bt. Joe 0. Jn the sec Ond quarter Rector mad two more touch downs, Munnek kicking goal on one of them. After some plucky line plunging Johnson of Ft. Joa ripped serous for touchdown, but Jamison mleeed goal. feWir at end of second quarter, Omaha K, tit. Joe 13. Become Walkaway In the remaining two quarter th game proved a walkaway for the purple and white, and line plunges coupled with som of Coach Burnett' trick play conv pietely baffled the Mmsourlans. Johnson at fullback fr BL Joe. was able to score a touchdown tn th fourth quarter, but when th smoke of the battle bad cleared away the score stood Omaha S8, Bt. Joe 10, with the ball In the MUsoW.an' pos- eilon on their own forty-yard line. The lineup; Bt. Joe lllkh Millard UK'TLE etankownki Rsihnian i ailmttn Itotidris . 1 renriii.il, Ca iMiri . (ddeon ... he.l.y ... ....U T.I K. T.Bell,- C. Borden ....L.U.K.U Wlnoi , O.jC Marshall ....R.U.IUO Wakeinan ....It. T. U T Orwall ....It K L. E Lewi u. 11 ill. B Jauilwon ( ) I H H lit H.B... Johnson M unneke IM-amatre It H. B.I I H. B twlise Bei lor n F. B. K. B 8. BorUe Touchdowns. Kertor i, Johnson ., n mm. Car.suii. iluili fioai toarhdowi Munnek K. rlubttliut'S. Borden for Bell ot hi. Joe. Krfn. Potter of I'uloR rol Use. uniirn. Teach of I'nlvrrslty 1'lac field iuAmm Ulii,,, 1 NeliiiiHha: liraf linrsman, Montgomery (4 Wlwoiisin. 'lime ef quarters, lii gild l-' n;liutts j Att-adeocs. 9w. 1 TUK OMAHA Nebraska School Teachers Who Can- jf " f -i rr( . )-( '-5- Jr PERU NORMAL TEAM. Koot ball squad from the Peru Normal school who won from the University OMAHA TEM1LACKS SUPPORT Finances Suffer as Be suit of Stu dents' Lukewarm Attitude. ROOTERS' CLUB NOW ORGANIZES Reason Has Bren Hard, bat Resaaln- Ins; Game Ara at Horn and flood Contests Ar As. sored. The students of the Omaha High school ara lagging In their support of the foot ball eleven this year and as a result. Prof. C. ft Reed, athletic director, Is having a hard time to bolster up the fi ances of the athletic department to a cund basl. . At no game thin seaxon have even half of tha 2.000 students at th school turned out and tho Booster's club got busy last week a a last resort and organised a Rooter's club for the real of the season. Iowever, this scheme did not meet with nufflulcnt approval to warrant a grand success of the undertaking. Printed cir culars were panned around In classes last week for students to sign up as members ot thin Rooters club, and In several In- tances, out of classes havtng an enroll ment of twenty-five or thirty students, not more than five names were sub scribed. In addition to this lack of spirit, there Is a tendency among some students, in cluding seniors, to "knock" certain mem bers, of th teutil. Thl tendency comes as a rule from students whoJtnow- very Ittle about the grlJido.i sport and' who know nothing whatever of the hard after noons ot practice the squud goes through tn preparation for each game, but who attend tha game on Saturday and are dissatisfied It every play the. home team makes is not a ground gainer or a thriller. Tha team ha worked under a stress of difficulties ever slncu the season ntarted. In September there was no adequate grounds for holding practice and tho lads had to go to tli dirt grounds at Twenty, ilret and Paul street every afternoon, to work out. . Through the courtoey ot Father Devlin at Crelghton University, the squad was given tha ue ot Crelghton field fro practice grounds. In addition to the lack ot practice grounds Coach Burnett bad to splve the problem ot constructing a new Una and developing a nun for tha quarter posi tion. Nevertheless ha has whipped out an eleven of flr.it class caliber. Tho team has carried tha - hardest schedule In th history of tha gridiron sport at the school. Teams like ork, Dcs Moines West High, Sloug City, Beatrice and Ht. Joseph Central) are all able to put up stiff, hard fought battles and with a constant hovpllal liet of three or tour regular in vogue halt of tha season, Omaha haa made a remarkable, showing. Tha eleven is working hard. It haa a good coach, and the remaining games this season will be at borne; Council Bluff High on November-U, and Wendell Phillips of Chicago on Thanksgiving day. Indoor Championship Blanks Are Issued J NEW YORK. Nov. 11. The entry blanks for tha indoor American Athletio union championships, which ara to bo held In Madison Hquar Garden on Deoaiubar 38 aud tt. have been Isausd. The llt of events for the two dss Is as follows: , December elenlor, Ti-ysrd run. l.ooo- yard run, V-yard run. two-mile run, seventy-) ard hurdle (tlx flights, three tent six Inches; hurdles ten yards apart; t yards to first hurdle, ten yards fin ish), standing broad lump, running hop. tep and jump; throwing f Ifty-aix-pound weight for distance. Junior. HM-yard run. one-mile walk,. 4W-ysrd hurdle (ten flights of two feel six Inches; hurdles forty yards apart; forty yards to first hurdle, forty yards tlulsh), standing hlkh jump, three standing broad jumps. lecember 17 Senior, sixty-yard run, yard run, liO-yard run. five-mile run. teV vaid hurdle (ten flights, two feet six 'ru-heB, hurdles forty yard apart; forty cards to finish hurdle; forty yards to liilnh), standing high jump, three sland ng broad Jumps, putting torty-poun hot. three-mile walk, po'e vault for height Junior, seventy-five-yard run ne-nills run. seventy-yatd hurdle (six flights, three feet six Inches, hurdles ten vards apart; ten yards to first hurdle: ten arda' finish), running high jump, running hop, step and jump-, thi-owing flfty-fclx-pund aright for helsht. Key to th Situation B Want Ails M'XDAY HKK: NOVKMUKIt 12, anil. y. 1 1 -r FORTUNE FAVORS PRINCETON Ball Bounds Over Cross Bar on Dewitt's Drop Kick. DARTMOUTH BOYS FIGHT HARD rrlaoeton's Defease Again Save Day for I.acal Teaaa, for Tigers Are Vnable to Do Any. thlugr on Offense. PRINCETON, N. J.. Nov. U-Fu tune enable Princeton to defeat Dartmouth in the final period here today, t to 0. With the ball on Dartmouth's thlrty-yaid-Ilne, 'em,oi .Princeton made an attempt to drop kick. The bnll hit the groun fifteen yards from the goal line, bound. over the cross bar and was called by Referee Langford. The result was In doubt until th v hlntle. Princeton's defense aga the day for the Tigers. On th Princeton could do nothing and able to gain consistently by Btr ball. The lineup PRINCETON. DART . wnite ....'.....I E.R. E ri l,. i. Brown. I U, Dewitt R. H. B Blumunthal O rt. T.... H. O.... L. H. B Mei.ormlck. ....It U. L. O. rinhps .......R. T. ... T. I'unlai R. K.I. K Pendleton u. B.Q. B Baker .,'.... I.. H. li.trt H. B. Iew1tt K. 11. B.U.. II. II. Vaughau F. B.;F. B - Viewed from the Gall The team In the Pickers' loi developed a regular three In a 1 1 the Omaha laklna three from! mourn ami the Hwltts a like mini the Cudahys In last week's coil Heap B g Magnate Swift of t j era Is holding down the boot 1 league with the gigantic avers, f Fore Bherwood has not iho much la.s.1 this aeaxuii. but do i look the fact that it as the e year, it takes the holiday a to Into form. Koko Kohansky Is a bit ov After he takes off about sixty It s curtain tor anyone that tat for a game. What has become of midget McDonoughT Can It be true tl brenner took all the desire to 1 of him when he took him on 1 big X? Bonlta Bunnell, the Imported II stock irom fctloux City, N rslnlng rag each we k. About (M used hla usual evening performance, Stub Toman stick to the ton ri ine packers ladder llkg a flea to dog. lummono Z4 is still me nign V ana irom tn past pertormanees o member ot th league It should ttl fur the balance of the route. in snout tim or flailing uaitrea u tn k , tila ftnnnul wlnltr m nni. rm n.' ' U ll Iftv Hlnrlchs .has It on any side wheeler In the Commercial league, end when It eomes to consistency he is a Jewel. ' OMAHA LAD MAKES GOOD ON BIG EASTERN TEAM. . VOYLE RECTOR. Voyle Rector, two fears stsr tackle on th Omaha High school eleven and last year l.-rt tackle on the All Nebraska Ulglt school team, la playing a alar game at, left tackl on the treshiuen lsven at Dartmouth thl year. In the game with Wooster academy on October -1 lie suffered a badly sprained shoulder, which kept him out r the next two games. In the W ouster gume Dartmouth won by the score of to . Bettor Is the son of E. T. Rector, SU1 Hawthorne avenue. Virgil, hla younger 1. )! her. In iholng up splendidly on th I, nm tl,l year at fullback an. bids fair ti., eq'ml his big bi others pre. 1 1 t f .x Y : I V V 1 ' " - '. i .... t i Play Some Foot Ball o .C'.'V I r r t.i . f - 3 v: W of Omaha Friday Afternoon. PURDUE HUMBLED BY IOWA Hawkeyes Make it Eleven to Noth ing at Lafayette. VISITORS' OFFENSE IS' VARIED Players from Iova City Show Greatly Improved Form Through ont the Contest Corry Re relvea Another Injury. LAFALETTK, Ind., Nov. 11. (Special Telegram.) Iowa defeated Purdue here today by a score of Ml to 0. ii. uii klckoff Murphy I l' ried tba ball to Purdue's thlrtv-flve- yard lino and after being held twice O'Drlen dropped a field goal from th forty-flve-yurd line. Murphy ran the next klrkeff back to Purdue's thirty-yard line. Curry went around the end Hor twenty but Iowa was penalized. McOtnnls then made two good gains and time waa up with the ball, on 1 tho Purdue five-yard line. . The Iowa team played a greatly Im proved gam throughout. Curry reap peared in the gams for a short time and showed all bis former speed, but waa hurt again, 'tlirlen was handirapiied In hi picking by poor paiwc. Nanson played a great game in the line, and punted fifty yard consistently. McOlnnls' work showed great Improvement The team finished th game In good condition. Murphy played on of the greatest games of hla career, carrying the ball con tinually. Tha Purdii defense waa utterly unable to stop hlnC Pennington did well In his new place, and Von Lackum made bis aide a stona wall. Alexander1 put up a good game, with a bad knee, Trlckey worried the Purdue back continually. O'Brien was In good form. Purdue was utterly unable to gain, making first down but once, when Ollphant got away after three men had apparently nailed him be hind tho tine, for elx'y yards. But for penalties Jowa would have scored at least two more touchdowns. Lineup. ' IOWA. PennltigrOth ...L.E. Nev L.I. FliKDUE. R E Bail K.T Collins 1 lansen .L.Q ! il.G.Ruffner, Hn t id O Brlen (' c GlossoD Trlckey RO Alexander ItT You Laekum..K.K Wclxy. Currl.. .tj. Moil mils LH. Balrd k-It Murphy (C.).-.F.B. L..O Collins I LT Winston L.F. Miller 1. Iluuhlna, Fl cher L.H Tavey (O.) t (..Olfnt, Learn g F.B Ogan Touchdown Met i. unlit. Field Goals O'Brien m. Kefr- Bller, Illinois. I'm pire KllpatrV-k. Yal. Field JudK .W hite. lUli'n Head Linesman Pol ter, Prlni-nton. lime ot Quarters PIKeen minute. , The Permit positively will not permit theinaelvi-s to tak nu,i than one game a night Freddy Balxer as yet he ti.t shown the form that was expected lie would develope during lb coining san. "1 ( ( v. 1 wn 7-i T'i- :!.(rSM', WESTERN OPENS APRIL 19 First Games at Pueblo, Topeka, Denver and Lincoln. SCHEDULE COMMITTEE NAMED 1nb Owners tn Session at Chicago Take Definite Action In Con nectlon with Next Year's Plnylna Season. - CHICAGO. Nov. 11. Next yeur's play lng season In the Western league will open April 10. with the eastern teams r-Jng in the east and tha western teams ng In the west. . The opening games be played at Pueblo, Topeka, Denver Lincoln. committee was appointed today to dete the schedule and report to the e officials at Its- next meeting, this n being taken by the- club owners sslon here. -' e following members were In attend- when the meeting was opened? unk label), . Pueblo; John Holland. Joseph, W. A. Rourke. Omaha: loan Fairweather, Kloux City; J. C. ill, Denver; D. C. Dexpatn, Lincoln; ter Woodward. Topeka, and Norria III, Des Moines. mbers went Into exec.eutlve session he offices of President Charles A. iskcy and the entire afternoon was ted to the consideration of official ies. ' iorts of the present season's biulneea each club were read and discussed, year's schedule was tentatively con ed, but no action taken. It was re--4 that no Important trades were iwted i sldent O'Neill said: "We are doing ng but talking over routine business, have received a number of reports the different club and ara conald plana for next year's seasqn." lmont Presents Two Thoroughbreds W YORK. Nov. U.-August Belmont, man of the Jockey club, ha pre d two mor thoroughbred stallions ie United States government for .nils purftuifrs. .as i gave Henry of N famous as stake w tP government. Thi ling purpose. Last jeer Mr. Bel- avarrt and Octa- winners and sires. They were brought home from Franca by Mr. Belmont and were sent to the government breeding es tabllihment In Virginia. It was announced that Mr. Belmont also had donated the J-year-old Footprint, by Rock Sand; Pettish and th 2-year-olds on the New York tracks. He proved victorious In seven races, including th Tremont stakes and the double event In th latter event h took the measure of Meridian, Naushon and Novelty, the subsequent futurity winner. Ttpsand dis played sterling quality In races on the Canadian tracks this year. Rock 6and. th sire of these horses, was purchased for I13S.0UO by. Mr. Bel mont several years ago and when racing in this country enjoyed unmeasured pros perity. In Kngland Rock Pand won 000 In stakes and purees, Including the derby, 1000 guineas and the St. Leg or. He Is a son of Malnfotn-Hoqueburne, by St. Simon, and Is at the head of Mr. Belmont's nursery stud la Kentucky. M13KWI0) AK9 fKiaX" i AKLW I !lw " I M " Jl jf i m v . . I'W-frool. It Is Par I ahosot.jn.prootatrengiB. nend tl.M pr gal I Lakewood X btralsht loo-Proof Wblakey as y. I ,"Vv 1,7ouaon',BrtIunceHthebtwliil I eudUbackwwiJ!promptlyrtundyourmoie I personal rbeeks. W ecauuotaflurd to uiTnirk LAngwOOO tlT. COWS-AWT, NORMAL MEN ARE VICTORS University of Omaha Eleven Loei Game on the Gridiron. SCOBE AT END THIRTEEN TO SIX Schoolmaster lino Awnr whs Their Onnonent In th Second Half on CreUhtoa Field. By a score of 13 to 6 the Peru State Normal school triumphed over the Crlm srtn and Black of the rnlversy of Omaha. Friday afternoon at Cre.ghton field In the presence of 4X) enthusiastic fans. This was Omaha's fcond game slncu th organization 01 tiie scftool and It first since It was admitted to member ship in the Intercollegiate Athletic A- soclatlon of Nebraska ,nnd consequently th Normalities expected to win by a more decisive Score. The' game was fairt and clean, only four penalities elng inflicted. Peru wa penalized three times for a total of fifty yards, wh'le the locals lost but five yards for offside work. It wa not until the lost five minutes of play that the game was won. The game was featured by many loti. runs and sensational tackles. In tackling, Quarterback Tarlsh of tha university was easily the Ur of the jame. Time and again he would break through the Inter- ff rtnee and throw the runner; or, when he was playing a- defensive end, the oppon ents would try to circle his end he would throw thejn for a loss, or when they went around the other end he would come from behind and tackle the man currytnir the ball. The other local men who played Tcctacular ball were Captain Dow, Paul 9elby, Reel and John Beiby, though the entire team played good steady, con sistent ball, but fell beforo the line rushes of the more beefy schoolmastere. nrnfro Saves the Utnir.i The one scintillating star for the Blue and White was Quarterback Renfro, who dldTiot get into the game until the sec ond half. Whenever called on to carry the ball, he waa good for from five to twenty yard. It was after one of his runs whlch went for thirty yards that Peru scored the touchdown that won the game. After his appearance the Nor malities' went in wih -a renewed energy and won. Blm at fullback and Captain Bbafer at left tackle also played stellar foot ball. Omaha was the first to score. Peru won tha tons and kicked off to Omaha, defending the north goal. Dow returned the ball ten yards. Reel advanced it ten mors on a forward pass, then after a few line plunges, Dow punted to Ludka. who dropped the ball. Paul Selby . had to run down under the punt and when Ludka dropped the oval he tucked it under his arm and raced forty yards for the first score of the game. Dow kicked goal. - . The lineup: OMAHA. , PERU. Reel. Larson.. R.R.L.K Schott Salisbury R.T L.T....(cap.) Shafer L.O Nippert Strehlow ...R.O. friansden C. O Gifford Jorgenson ......L.Q. J. Selby L.T. Parsons L.K. Parish Q- Dow L.H. p. Selby R H. R.G Cbrlsteusott ItT Lundy ItE Wlckhain y.B. .Ludka. Renfro I..H....Jonea, Tyson R.H Roleton Solomon .F.B F.B Pirns' Referee: McKay, ex-Pennsylvania. Um pire: Nickerson. ex Coe. Field judge: Andrus. Omaha High school. Head lines man: Rachman, Omaha HlKh school. Touchdowns: P. Selby, Shafer, Lundy. Goals from touchdown: Dow, Ludka. Time of qtarters: . Fifteen minutes. . Friday evening the normal team and students were tendered a reception by the losers at the. home of Miss Clara Barnes), 1328 South Twenty-eighth. The rooms were decorated with the colors of the ,two schools. Amateurs Resentful Toward Release Rule NEW. YORK. Nov. ll.-ln the minds of those who control the Amateur Athletio union It seems, there lingers a belief that amateur athletes ought to wear col lars and tags and be Impounded when ever they are found. The latest inven tion Intended to Increase the, eubjuga- . tlon of the amatour Is a "two-day re lease'' rule. . Thl will soon be voted upon and, as amateur athletes havi noth ing whatever to say in affairs of thl sort, will probably find, a place in th book of rules published annually by th Amateur Athletic union. Tho "two-year" clause provides that hi amateur athlete, who has competed un der the colors of any club cannot com pete under the colors of any other club with t'o years, unless "released" by tho first club. For example, an athlete might be a genuine, due paying member of th Pastime Athletio club. He might be come a member of the New York Ath letio club, a bona fide membet paying his due and having ail the privileges of his membership. At the same time he might resign from the Pastime. But unless the Pastime chose to "release" him ha could not compete under the colors of his owu club, the Ny York Athletic club, until two years had panned. This rule Is tyrannical In the extreme. If. In the suppositious- case outlined, the Pastime Athletio club had a contract with the athlete had him under salary like a professional player the club would have a right to claim his services for the full term of th contract. But an "amateur" is supposed to be one who competes for the pleasure of competing, not tor any financial Inducement.' No club owns him or baa any moral right to "claim" his ''services." , ilMBW w know all the In aud euls of th wbinaey business and weknon Itts posatble to make and sell the blxbeet grade whis key such as our Laaowood X stralitbt H-Proof tor ouly 1.M a sallon. Tb reason Is plain. Any whiskey distiller. It be would tell you the truth. Would have to admit that the actual coil of making a gallon olwhUkey, paying tbe Internal rev enue tax on it. aujraae, container, shipplug expenses, etc., Is ouly about ll.M. Any di.uiier should he luti.Ued with s pro fit of loo n gallon. That Ii all tbe profit we eipeetaad that, added to the i( eoat of l.bv, makes our prloe to you Munojr you snould allow nuscrupuious k lis Plunder you any 1 nuort Any reason nhyyoul HLZ "' blohcost them only ll.be n gallonf Certali.ly r -nl 1(0 KANSAS cur, ".