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TIIK BEE : OMAHA, "WEDNT.SDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1911.
"US BOYS"-Poor Mary, She's Not Used to the City Yet
gaxtatere InWti turn runt OfAr.
By Tom McNamara
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1 I 0 r- f I IpnMtdAKHR I THE eR6 .
CHANCE TO SHOW STRENGTH
Cornhusken race Foe that Will De
mand Best Attack.
WHERE WEAKNESS HAS BEEN
Sanotherlag of Kail lluus Iiii I'a ra
il ae Nebraska Offensive Plar
Tng Blaarnl (iamra Do
Far Tbl Iraaou.
Nebraska will Saturday have an uppor
' lunlly to decide whether the present foot
j ball eleven It entitled to high rank In
I Missouri valley circle thU fall. The Corn
j busker are to moot Kansas university at
Lawrence In the annual clash ut the
j two greatest rivals of the valley. Ne
' braska's showing In this contest will be
j the piece of work from which all Judg
I tnents must be made for the autumn.
; Tber la no use denying that Corn
busker foot bll this fall has been dlaap
i pointing. The showing against Minne
sota, undoubtedly the best eleven In the
1 'it. displayed the weakness of Ne
braska's attack. The Cornhusker were
kelpies when on the offense, with the
xonptlon of an occasional end run that
wa pulled off In the opening half. This
aneans of ground gaining, however, wag
oon smothered through the excellent
work of the Gopher ends and backs.
Again, In. the Ames game, the de
plorable state of Nebraska's offense was
laid bare. Up against two strong ends
SDd a fighting eleven, the Cornhuskert
were helpless. The game should have
been won; lack of a satisfactory offense
prevented this result, fend run were do
ponded upon and Coach Williams had de
vised a protection for these, which soon
showed the Cornhuokere that the wing
were not to be turned. There was no
field goal klck.T among the Cornhuskert
and the forward pass was not sufficiently
developed to net gains. Missouri was de
feated simply because the Tiger were
very weak on the defense.
Kaa Well prepared.
In Kansas the Cornhuakera-will find a
foe prepared for forward passe and end
runs. Nebraska, far thi fall, ha
n.adn Its most brilliant gain on end
runs. The pass forward, of course, netted
the touchdown of the Ames gam.
The chief orltlolsm to be made of the
Nebraaka coaching system Is that too
much derer.dtnce has been placed In the
fleet runners of the hacafleld. Koot ball
players cannot be nude out of oprluters.
If Coach eUluhm ha profited by the e
peilfoce of the Ames gdina, Nebraska,
wilt have a hard time def fating KtvhHaa,
unless the Ksnsat ends and line of for
wards are weak. These extremities were
not strong against Oklahoma, but they
should be much more powerful by Kat
urday, tor the Jahawker couches know
where the main strength of the Nebraska
eleven lies. It the Kua end can
prevent good gain by the Cornhunker.
the game will be ciusaly contested; uth
erwtte. the battle will be an easy victory
forward rasa tr Kansas.
Kansas will resort to the forward pass
and the loose ball game. The Nebraska
line Is too strong for consistent Jay
hawker geir.a, gnd the Nebraska enda too
experienced and capable to permit satis
factory swlnga atth wtnga. It will be
the game of the Jsybswker to use the
forward pass and to kick.
With Lelariey' toe workins properly
the Cornhusker will oxprrlcn'' much
trouble In bundling punts. 80 far thin
fall the Cornliuekeis liuve been woefully
weak in receiving punts. It would not be
surprising to see tlio Jayhuwkcra scoi-o
through a fu..ibllnl of a punt by Ne
braska. Hayes Gets Decision
Over Frankio Burns
NEW ORLEANH. Nov. H. Urover
Ilae of Philadelphia won a tiewapuiicr
decision uvcr Frankio tv.i;ns of fan Fran
cisco ill a ten-rwund bout he! before
the Orlouna Alhl.-tic club tnn'aht.
After two m'nuie.i of f sitting In the
openliiH- round, Hayes floored the t'uli
furnlan with a rent n the Jaw. Hur 11
Mas on his f-t in a second and beuuu
boring in for mote
The bout was fait from start to f n
ieh, both tf being strong aud appar
ently taKer. After the knockdon In the
firrt round both c jnr.nod themselvr to
n.f ilit.iili until th filth.
in tli eighth Haves opened up Burns'
ear and If Was hlcnl.tig fur1o.:ly from
the bard rleht swtngi. In the ninth
bums fought furiously. He kept Have
biiey pruttct'.ng lilmtclf. landing fre
t4iutly In the mld-tection. Just as the
vong sounded lluyes a'.inont cauxht Kurns
off his Lalance wl'.li a terrific .right
swlHg to the head. Hums wavered, but
taught hlmiielf in time to save a knock
down, lioth.wt re t.rlng In the ti-nlli, but
!' was ttrnngcr and pllnrj off his
opponent with repeated right and lefts
to the bead.
PRIDE OF HA RLE".! WHO WANT8
TO KEEP HIS POUNDS.
.... j.. -n
Tommy Murohv. the crtda of ttsrlam.
who la haggling with Packey McFarland
over the weight question, lie It matched
to clash with the Chicago atock yard
boy In California, but the ODlnlnn deems
to be general that they will never get to
gether. I'ackey I obdurate In his stand
"that he will not train down to the weight
that Murphy demands, saying ho could
not do so and at the same time enter the
ring strong. On the other hand. It Is
easy to figure why Murphy will refute to
Kivo away to much poundage that hi
Journey ail the way to the coast win be
for nuught than to face a certain beating.
SCRUBS SCORE ON FIRST TEAM I
Hard Scrimmage Practice by the
DEFENSE WORK IS RAGGED
Krnle Frank Make Trro Sen an.
flonal Ilaos, Taking; Hall for
l.ongr Distance Through
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. H.-fSnec!al Tele
gram.)-Twilight put a stop to the Corn-
husher praotlco tonight after Coach
8tlehm had put his regulars through a
long, grilling scrimmage and signal play.
The result w not altogether, satisfac
tory to the Curnhuxker mentor, aa the de-
erimve worn 01 the Nebraskana was
ragged at time and the regular per
mitted the acrub to score against them
To perfect the forward pan wa appar
ently fjjtlehm aim Tucday night, for he
pent considerable time drilling hi back
field and end in the play. The result of
1 lie drill was somewhat dlaeourarlnu- tnr
the player displayed the old fault of
tumbling th', ball, fitlehm pursued hit
tactics of curing the fumbilna- mil fnin
on the ball. The regular scored two
toucnaowna on th tcrubt and five on the
freshmen, who replaced the scrubs after
the varsity had completely outplayed the
second team men.
The acrub were the first to amr. t
consistently hitting th Una for good
gains, in varsity then braced and
inerraiter mere wa nothlnr riolna- f.
the tcrubt. The varsity toored two touch-
oonn in nort order and were marching
Steadily acroe the field the i,tr
when Btlehm called in tbt freshman. Th
irs year men were bo match for the
varsity after' .the firat team men haA -
,ten together and five touchdown were
cored In about fifteen minute. Krnle
Frank reeled off twj sensational run,
taking the ball on the klckoff and elud
ing the entire freshmen team. A moment
later he took the ball again and broke
loos for a run from the klckoff, eluding
all but on tackier and placing the pig
skin within a few yard of the freshmen!
AMERICAN LEAGUE PRESIDENT
AFTER NEW YORK MAGNATE.
W '": V,.-' r w 1
. President Ban Johnson of th American
league, who is proving the nemesis of
John T. Brush. In lnHlstlng that . the
owner of the New Tork Giants clear up
the situation in regard to the world'
erics ticket scandal. President Johnson
declare he ha unrefutable evidence to
hew that the New Voir club u tog
nlxant of the .fact vfct tickets Were get
ting; Into the handrf of ten I per and that
prompt and forceful action by the Ootham
magnates could have prevented the whole
goal, from where a tuuc;idown was
scored. Kussell also pulled off a scintil
lating run from the klckoff. tuklna- the
ball eighty yard.
American League Fielding Averages, 1911
ties. They decided that the game which
wa planned to follow the contest with
Nebraska at Lincoln would keep the mem
ber of the squad away from th clas
room fur nearly two weeks and thus
seriously tLffect their collegiate work.
South Dakota Picks
Up Wesleyan Game
VEHMIUON. 8. I)., Nov. 14.-oiith
Iakota unlvora'.ty eleven defeated I'a
kotu Venlevaii at toot ball h- today
In a b tterly fought game, 1 to l Th
lono score wa made by Bheeka, South
Dakota halfback, with a goal kicked from
the fui-tv-vatd line an a climax ot a
swlra of forward pas. W.ilyan wa
on the d-frnxlve nivci of the time, elim
inating open field play.
MICHIGAN REFUSES TO PLAY
GAME WITH COLORADO
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 14 -The
proposition mad by the t'nlveraity of
Colorado foe a foot ball game with Mich
igan at Denver !' In November ha
bu i4evltd by the Michigan aulburi-
Janitor Quits Job
When Pipes Freeze
Superintendent N. M. Ciinhtm of the
South Omaha High school cautioned Janl.
tor lid Ryan, faturday, abuu keeping
UP the fire to prevent the plpei from
frcrilni;. The janitor said he knew hi
tUHlne:-.. and prsiieeded to ignore th
cold f.up. The rcult Was a freeze. Tim
school lard toAU up the mutter luet
cvtiilng ai d aeeeted liyun'a rntlgnatlon.
Oscar Hunimcll was appointed In his
DEBATING CLASS HAS
ITS FIRST SESSION
I'rlncipal Mellugh's ilj in debating
started yenterday afternoon In the -.icii.blv
room at the 'school, about twenty
lails being .pieent fur the first levson.
This cus will be peraonally conducted by
M h Mi llugh and mil be held on Tues
day end Thursday afternoons of each
week for the remainder of the mouth
until Trot. Edfttn Ilurke of IWlievua col
leg la ready to take charge of the work
in lueemlcr L
The following marriage licenses have
Name and Itrahlence. Ape
Felix Wlsor. buuih iimaha :'l
Kva Iulwejc. 8outh Omaha J7
Frank Voil heater, lcatur, Neb S.
i:t.lel Ilouta, Itecalur, Neb 2-
William K. Ktearna. Omaha M
Clara A. Mat-n. Umaba L'U
f'lrcncu K. Talbott. (.'niniell Hlufls. Ij,
Uii urns lierman. Council llluffs. la.... 11
Albert I. 8. I,ykk. Omaha r-
Anna I'eteiaon, Omaha , Jj
rinuel II. Pray. York. Neb
Itugtiie 11. Dellvckvr, Ouialia...., SJ
. , ,,. . O. He. A. E. Pot.
Zelder, Chicago t Xi U M,
i.ijolc, Cleveland 41 Hc4 ii 4 ,,m
movai. Philauiini;i....ll iui 7 IT
Newiiam, M. Iaiuis W M 14 .imti
Mclnnes, Pnliad,4phla. W lot 66 17 .VKa
Knight, New iork 11 j I Mi
Kut.na. St. taiuls It 24 li ,iki
KChaeter, Waanlnglon.lol luii 7l Is
Cuhlns, Chicago W 6.1 It 21 .ViS
Doiehanly, lHirolt U 7 Ki u .7
KaMa, Pniiadnlphia (1 ul M 11 .H77
(lallier, Heirolu W 7l i!H IS .Ufa
Engie, Ikislon U M 41 Is .VI a
Uiiilams, tiosiuii. ....... 61 tui l 11 .v.'b
Chase. iNew Voik 14 1.! ii M .,
black, tit. I.0111. 64 6l 7 M ,71
llenry, Washington.... 40 -l 1 .(.(
Mullen. Chlciigu m 17, ia
Myers, Hjan.ii 8u Loul 13 2.1 I .vit
itowai), tit. i,ouls U Itil 11 10 ,y4j
McConnell, Chlcaau... . lug isi gu ll ,s;3
Co. Una. Pbilad-lpiii4.,.ia2 Jit Jli 14 .wm
U'Lvary, Detroit j 1HJ Ml 14 .Wxt
t.arducr, Itoatuii yj iu VJj 1.1 .lint
DcjiIck, Pnl.adelphla.. XI 44 hi 4 .niO
..hi dner, New ihk.,..1uI 1M t.t
Taniitinlil, Cnloago t; il t 1
Klherleid. Waamnitioii. 144 M 16 .M
i aumaiiu, Detioll 3.1 64 71 6
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l.ajolrt, Cleveland Hi HI yj 10 .tHH
Delahanty, livtrvit St l.'J) lxi rj .H."
VVagncr, ltoatotl 40 101 i U .Kt'.
IIhII, Cleveland 1H iOi iJ.ll M
lU'llnan. St. l.ouls 1 xj m 1
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J. Lewis, liostou.. IS . 61 .jl
JJoille, ChUago lti ai 40 7 .apt
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Kn.glit. New York il 1,4 W 17 .W7
Turner, Cleveland 1 114 SOS 10 .T0
ttsmner. Huston ;. n p. 10 ..'
J'olan. New York 14 .'1 a;i J ,nt
ltalitr, hi'adeiphla....l4s S17 i'.i : .!M3
Lord. Chleaso I.ftl 176 So .Wl
Hartsell. New YirK....lJi 1.4 Til M .stii
Austin, rn. l.mila its ,;7 4S .::I
Conroy, Washlmttoti. . . v5 n? 177 :t .ioi
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t.lt nilnghum, t'ley. hind 1 Zi Sj ii
.MorgMn. W'ashlnvtoii... :." ir 4'. k
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l.iutlaay, Cleveland ii U 7 .Wl
1'urteli, Hoatou 1J ti h ..r
Knglo, lioston II in) ins .s.u
Tannehllt Chicago 102 SnO H AM
harry, IMilludelphla. . . . I.'f :ta .U
Nallace. 8t. IuIb VU 417 4 .fa
McKn.te. Vaahlnitoii..l.4 M', M .Ml
Yeikoa. Hoston 117 2. SV 45 .f.-ii
Corhan. Chicago 41 itii ai ,"4
Hush. Itetrull t.'.l Xi fc.Vi 7. .K'.'l
Oliwn, Cleveland lti 4.'S 7.' .!
Jolllnon. New Voi-K 41 7 l.'i Jl .i7
Kmht. New York M Ji 7 4i .!C
lin'l.uan. St. I.uls ."4 iU K' u .'nj
elrier Chieaao 1; :14 44 P .SVi
Waxner. lloeloii X! Ii el S
Mclnnes. I'hilailelplila. 4 67 44 Is .NL
Kuteher, Cleveland 114 r7 6 1 .M
Olditmp. Philadelphia. .11 L'-l 11 6
I'rawtord. Detroit Il'i ISI 14 6 .H75
itirnilnsham. Clevjl nd i ll 11 7 .'.'
Hoiiie, Chicago U a M I) ..-
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1 .011I, Philadelphia V-3 ITl IT II .!
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Jaekson. i'leveland 147 . SI 11
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hreakrr. Hoston 1.3 T 24 1.1 .:K,
Hooper, llovlnn IM ll i7 1 '.C
llenilkaen, Hoetnn Hi : it .'l
llemphill. Nyw York... 6 i 4 S .k'.j
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Melon ie, Chicago I4 I! .1 Is 14 IM7
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Drake. lHirolt M 141 4 it .SHJ
lauiels. New York UM t,t li 17 .fU
Lellvelt, Washington... 4
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Bchw.itter, Bt. Uoul.. 64
lMjugherty, Chicago.... 64
Hlggert, Hoston as
Hogun, Phlla.-st. L....124
Uraney, Cleveland I4i
Comiwn, Ht. Iaiuis....
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Ueloan, Chicago-t. L
Qnlnn, New York
Pelly. tt. Uiuia
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Johneon, V amiington.
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Mitt hell. Cleveland 31
Mitchell, si. l.oul? :'4
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Sweeney. New York H
Pavne, Chicago 64
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Stephen, st. Louta. 44
KHlchell. SI liiiln.
Henry, Washirgiun M
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BOWLING RULES ADOPTED
Greater Omaha Association Decides
on Plan to Be Followed.
HANDICAFS ARE TO BE GIVEN
Players Moat Have Howled In at
Least Fifteen Games 41 fore They
.liny Kater the Ilia; '
All the necessary rules to govern the
next city bowling, tournament were
adopted at the meeting of the
Greater Omaha Bowling association
held at South Omaha on Sunday.
The following league were rep
resented: Commeroial league. by
Charles Drlnkwater; Omaha league, Ed
Tracy and Rich Grotte; Magic City
league, F. M. Leplnski and Dr. Hunt;
Booster league. C. T. Batekln and F. C.
Whlttemore; Mercantile league., Ben
Lamb; Metropolitan league, Charles Ort
tnan. and Packers' league, R A. Ham
mond. The tournament will be rolled under a
handicap system, the handicap to be fig
ured on a basis of an average of 180 pins,
190 being scratch and each entry whose
average la between 100 and 180 will be
given the difference, and all below 100
receive 20 pin per game, but in order
to receive thi handicap a player must
bave participated in at least fifteen
game, the average to be taken at the
end of the week preceding the tourna
ment, which open on January 8.
A handicap committee consisting of the
seven secretaries of the even league,
member of theaaociatlon, will have ole
charge of th handicap and their deci
sion shall be final,
Pl-ed OJerde. F. M. Leplnski and Phil
Walen were appointed is oct or. the
schedule and prise committee.
The five-men event will be bowled op
th FrancUeo alleys, the doublet on Gar
low alleys at South Omaha and the sin
gle on Keyt'a alley.
It i expeoted that the entry list will
surpass any previous tournament of the
kind ever hold, a the handicapping will
have much to do with aecurlng the entry
of the weaker teams, who now have at
much chance a the stronger ones.
The aeoond and third terle were rolled
last niirht In th .llrr.tr,. .1 . .-.LT
- - - , , ' -........ v 11 ,uuj Mniiiam
for a diamond rlna at Matrnnniiun .1.
ley. At the end of the cond series
Moran and Saynlah were low. three play-
n ram. nln VJ I . ,
. , --! isuuenscnweger
and Dolan. Oodenacn wager's connistent
Dowllng won for him In the last serle.
Balser being behind him In the last ser
ies tanlati nlna ... .
ond game. Qodensohwager had hlKh
game of Ml, high total of 692. Total tor
three series. iWi, 642. 692. Average per
Scores, second aeries:
Uodensch wager ls2
'I'hlrd nnrl las, .
Pel Lochs Take Tawa.
On the upstair Metropolitan alleys the
Pete Lochs took two game from th
'or the Crown fat Angleberg shot
h gh elhgie of m and high total ot 69J.
McMartln shot a nice game of 21 tor
high single tor the Pete Loch and
Kuhry s total of 680 was high total. Score:
BHODKG AAIID CKOWNS.
lt. 2d. 3d. Total.
Berger ll im 4a?
Voss 1U4 lu 160 i,l
w eoer i
2u2 151 44
100 199 frii
11 IU , ixi
Total K9 1,010 tJ9 2,77.
In the (-reanetil Umiid .1, vr.t
politau basemuiit alley's toe ilraixlen'
D,ei ri.nvu uut kvun iao games
from thu Independents, joe Kernel ot
ttle .leweleia liu IiIhI, M,n.i- wi.u m.
ami high total w it ti .On. Score:
,v , , lt. 2d. ad. Tottl.
;Tern'-d Cullen HJ j. iu izi
Joe Kernell Ml ijo itia t.lu
F. O. Brad4hw isj n la;
Totals 44.1 asi
Joe Yanoin ua tu
r.d Vanoud pji Jn
v illlam Cattiroa l c Ul
Sit 411 ail l.io;.
Tlie Maney'a Sunklat trimmed tlio Derby
WiMiU.u Milla mree ktralgltta In the
Metropolitan Ilaaeinent league. Dolan of
lite sunklst team aui horn hlgn tlngie
of Zl'J and tota-a of .al. Aniadcn got higli
totals vf aOa lor the Dcrbys. Scorcn:
1st. !d. 3d. Total.
Laird iai l. 4H
i'olan i73 paj ni ' 6j
vJrlffltll 104 la4 171 491
riuuo . .
A Life rrublvaa golvrd
by that great health tonic, Electric Hit
ter, it the enrichment tf poor, thin
blood and strengthening the cak. U)c.
For tale fer Beatoo prug Co.
mA?SrCirrTT0R0! HARD AT WORK
AT FOOL AND BILLIARDS. !
Yost Regards Pennsylvania Game
Most Important of Year.
.3 i:; J.
MORRIS OUTCLASSES GEYER
Referee White Stops. Fight in the
BATTLE PROVES HARD AND PAST
Denver Man Prove III Ganiroeas by
Coatlaoally Boring; la, Bat Former
White Hope' Superior Wright
Is Too Bis a Handicap.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14.-The bout between
Carl Morris, the Oklahoma heavy
weight, and Jack Oeyer of Denver was
stopped by Referee White in the ninth
round tonight. Morris easily outpointed
the Denver neavywelght throughout.
The ponderous Okluhoma mun took the
scale at 236. with Qeyer thirty pounds
lighter. The bout wa a hard, fast bat
tle. Although Morris outpointed his man
In every round, except possibly the first.
Geyer showed wonderful pluck and was
continually boring in, hi most effective
blow being a short left uppercut.
Morris frequently had hi man on the
roue in the rushes for the ring was
seventeen feet square but the Denver
man showed his gameness by fighting
hard after hi left eye hud been closed.
The referee stopped the bout In the ninth
to save him from further beating.
Geyer opened the fight with a rush,
ending a left and right to the head and
then In a clinch landed a right uppercut,
but got a hard one In the stomach In re
turn. The Denver man tried another right,
but got one himself on the Jaw. Morris
then Jabbed twice.
At long range fighting Geyer might be
said to have had the better of the round,
but In the second Morris kept working
a short right uppercut. In the th'rd
round the uppercuttlug had puffed
Geyer't right eye and In the fourth Mor
ris continually got to his bad eye. Cloyer
hit low, but Referee While declared the
Both played for the stomach in the fifth
and clinched frequently. Morris used his
superior weight In forcing and the round
endfd with hard Infighting.
In the sixth, seventh and eighth. Geyer
fought more or less at random, being un
bla to fee out of one eye and was al
ways weak at the bell. Another round of
Morns' forcing convinced the referee It
wa time to stop. Th" general verdict
was that Geyer was not mitgamed, but
wn wholly outclassed.
TWO SCRUBS TO HAVE CHANCE
Chicago Promised Shskrap anil a
1V-t-k of Hnnl Training by Conch
J-tuKB, n Preparation for Con
test with Cornell.
ANN ARUOR. Mich.. Nov. 14 -Afternoon
and evening practice, at least three
acrlminages. the tryout of two men se
lected from the scrubs, and hard, steady
work to perfect new trick plays and
Yost's new evolutions ot the forward
pass, it the foot ball program for the
present weelt which tlio Michigan squad
must complete before meeting renrnsyl
vaniu on Ferry field next Saturday. The
coming contest is regarded by Michigan
aa the all-important game of the sea
son. Yont today pulled Peteraon and Wey
man from the scrubs, hoping to make a
regular lineman ot the former and sub
stitute halfback of the latter. Barring
new injuries. Michigan will face Pennsyl
vania with a stronger lineup than that
which played Cornell, for it seems cer
tain that Ci-aig will be able to play and It
Is quite possible that Quarterback Mo
Millan will be ready. That McMillans
absence cost the Cornell game Is what
many Michigan supporters claim.
Coach Yont tonight sanctioned the re
quest of the Detroit Alumni of the .Uni
versity of Michigan to send immediate
meaaages to several former Michigan
foot ball stars, asking them to hurry
to Ann Arbor and lend Yost their as
sistance in preparing the eleven for Sat
urday's big game.
The alumni inylted Tom Hammond,
"Octy", Graham and Hert Graver, all
of whom are believed to be in Chicago.
It has been many yeart since Michigan
adopted tuch a course.
StagR Promises Shakeup.
CHICAGO, Nov. 13. Coach Stagg prom
ises a shakeup and a week of hard train
ing for the University of Chicago eleven
In preparation for the game with Cor
nell next Saturday. Poor tackling and
blocking, slownebs with the open field
tactics and Inadequate defense are a few
of Jhe faults Coach stagg will attempt to
Several shifts in the lineup are ex
pected when the team meets Cornell.
Davenport, who made, some brilliant runs
against Northwestern university last
Saturday, may be given a regular back
field berth. Scruby probably will go back
to right end and Canning will return to
his regular position at right guard.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
EXPELLED BY FACULTY
SPARTA, Wis.. Nov. 14Fourteen stu
dents, all members of the Sparta High
school foot ball team, were expelled to
day from school, as a result of a con
troversy between the faculty and the
Principal Atherton ordered all the foot
ball games cancelled for the rest of the
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