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TUYi JtKK: OMAHA. MONDAY". XO'KMBKU l!u. 1911.
Jeff Lost a Lot of Time Learning Foot Ball
By "Bud" Fisher
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ATTACK OF TEAM EXCELLENT
Cornhuskers Show Kansas Beit Scor
ing' Pluyj of Several Year.
MUCH DRIVING POWER IN BACKS
I. liar mf fnrnprilii Itlaplara Attaoklntf
J'ot-pc that Mhatlrra MprlaMr
Prrpar4 Orffmr aatl Ulvra
' Hole, for fiala.
Not i.lnte tb Oaya of '-Btimmy" Kooth
, Imva th CornbvwkerB had an elvn tlit
I worked wo smoothly, no pronliely and thitt
v. o rura of Itsoif a thai loam tha.t
j k hipped KMikaii on MoCook field Hatui--iln.
Thera ma a lift and rirlva to tlie
; aiic k that cniialnly never waa 'en on
. a ('oruhimker elovsn coa:hed hy Colo.
and It ai unllVe anything that haa been
; dlaplayed by tbe Comhurkers In any
; game thla fall.
In the MlNsoort battle the C'ornhuckera
ran away with the Rama teiuaa they
. had ativolutely, no (iiipoiiltlon. It waa
' airnply a case of taking the ball and
.running throut;) a aliattered Una or
round two extremely waak lendn. But
la the Kunmia Ram. It took brain, apeed
. and conconttated efforta to win, and the
,' t.'ornhuakera had alL I
Tbe Kaniaa line waa torn to piece
' airnply becanae the Nbnink forward
took the Jump on their opponent every
! lima and ahored tlicm out of tlie way.
i Tte . Netiraaka, tacklea did not wait for
I the Jayhawker opponent to come at
j them; they went Into the Kanaaa tackle
mid bowled them over. The guarda r.t
, tbaXebraaka aide ripped through. Elliott
at center. aye had hi man out of the
i way, Thla big Cornhukor playod wtth
' aoctt abow of auength and ginger that he
j 4eaenrei a high plare In HlWaourl valley
feot ball record thl fall.
Harkflelat Kaat aad (.
IB the baukfleld the Comlnmker liad
! a attack that could not ba checked.
' Owia Frank, who proved the etar tt tb
' gam, waa a marvel. Ilia ability to
j earry tUa ball through any pait of the
' line or around end waa astounding,
j Frank, did not wait for openings to be
point, out; h found them hlmanlf with
t romarkable qulukn and ducked Into
them. It charged agalnat tacklerr
l eluded them and puahad on for gre!
. galua. He tnuat have averaged fifteen
! yards en hi ball-carrying attempt, a
' moot remarkable feal
' fo prove that hla work wee not alnurfy
' that oecaaloned by sudden atrengtb In the
! opening half. Krank went back Into the
i (una in ina iinm m
touchdown. a aoon aa he entexea toe
game the attack of the Cornhuaker be.
rffetK-a and the ball waa ruahed
j down the field for a aoora of six more
I Little Ernie Krank dianlayad bis excel
' lent dodging and runtng qualities on two
' brilliant occaslone. One of theae was hla
! ncnaatlonal return of a punt for a touch
i down. The aecond came at the klckoff
; or the second half. The little fellow
j caught the ball and raced It back fifty
frve yards before he could be brought to
i t he turf.
fetbeeia Kick. tustjclteally.
tilbeun. playing at fullback In the open
ing half, waa never ao brilliant ua la thla
same. Hla puma were very long and of
the wurt that is hard for bake to handle.
They went off quickly. Olbaon did better
than ttaual In carrying the ball, and his
plunge with the oval for the ar-ond
louchdown, after being tackld. waa on
of the really good featurea of the gains.
Nebraska's endjt were atars. Their rapid
down field work prevented galua on the
return of pirota and time after time Quar-
lerback Hell or tbe Kaaaaa eleven waa
tackled where he caught the oval.
Warmer' a gtmeralahlp maa the best he
has ever shorn n. The plsya he called In
he fir at quarter could not have ben bet
ter, and to him inucli credit for the first
touchdown must be given.
The succees uf the forward paaaea of
the Comhunkera, encouragea Nebraska
aiipporterm to tbe belief that the team mill
ia able to soore on Mirhigatr. 'When the
Curnhuekors really wanted to'cruaa the
goal 11 ao of the Jahamkera baturUsy
tbey uaed the'pauaa and majn good. tVar
ner and O. 1'riuik both pazaed the ball
accurately, and the receiving playera al
ways gTaaped tbe oval, and with three
exceptions, held It.
ajtrfraM Heart mt I 'all.
Nabraaka'a interference was tb beat of
the fall. It funned rapidly and there was
a deul of 11 belore the runner. The game
waa free from fumbling, and Belt bur team
lost much through thla fault. The rn
hubkera held the ball aecurely all the
and were the gamma om-e through
a bad fumble new U.e a'aneaa goal.
era mm a hard one, not a member on
(lie aquad Buffered serious Injur!;-, and
the plnyer nhould be In the bcHt of con.
dltlon for the final game of tbo tr.aon.
Omen Frank suffered ft aliaht Injury In
the lart few inli)tita of play nnd the real
of the pluyerg wrre rllchlly hruMnl, hut
In belter ahape than on the day following
uny big game this peaeon.
'reparations are going rapidly forward
for the hlcg-t game of the nhedule.
For the flrat time In It htntni; . Michi
gan will af-nd team trmt of tn M.
aourl liver and frotn all appeivancee m-lll
he greeted mith a tomai-ible iralberins
of foot ball enthusiast-..
.Manairv ISager has completed th ar
ratigementa for the niAatlng apace and
evrry available foot of ground ori the
athletic fMId will be utilised. Stands have
been erected for the full length of the
field on both eklea and alanila, slightly
elevated, have benn erected on both ends
to occnrnmndatA Ihoae, holding genentl ad
The Michigan alumni have completed
arrangement a for a hlg banquet at which
it la expected that fully IK) graduates of
the Maine and Blue school will be present.
The Fort Crook hand has bven secured
to furnlah music for the occasion and n
number of prominent men In the middle
went will rexpoml to toavta.
On the same night the annual Corn
huaker banquet will be held and it I.
ipected that a larger crowd will attend
una arrair tnan In recent years. With
hundreds of alumni returning Saturday
to wltnesa the Michigan game, the man.
agement In cbarao of the h.n.,.,..
pects upwords of 4C0 in attendAnce. Many
novel new stunts have been arranrx.i ro
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Luaab.aal.era la Utccllcat Iwadltlata
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LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. U.-hp UI Te.e
gram. Tbe Co.iiuucker foot ball aujjl
leuirned huma SunJy morning and waa
oust at the d'-pot by a crowd of admlrera.
Ariaugemruta are now ou fdot for a ape
c)aj calebration for the Kanaaa victory
on Ue university campus Monday morn
The Coriihussers are In excelleat shspe
for the final week of practice In tbe foot
ball acauion of U1L The meek will be apent
hv the hardst scrimmage and signal
work of the reaeoni. fcUehm being Intent
bpon whipping hla Uam Into the best of
condition for toe big game with Michigan
(.eit fiaturdsy afieruoou.
' . 4tiUu.bg a tit Vat Us with the Jajbawk-
ATHLETICS INJHE GRADES
Boyi of Omaha School, to Be Con
erted Into Athletei.
CLASS A1JD TEAMWORK STARTED
ITl.ee Cwaalatl..; ( Medal.
tbe iadle t be ahTC
Greatest Ameaat mt
tendeT ' i? m-work by Superin
tendent Qraff and Prof. Carn.-tr!.yi out
for tb. flrat time thl. f.,, ,ltt, vk
most satlafortory results and !
-u-.pended inning ., "h"
SJSn ,Way" who
ontered tba 0m.ha ,chooI b
give thanks for the healthy and mell-de.
veteped bodies they will p0lll,M,.
oMtt!!.ib"-ta,,,,,B of t1"4 "rh001 year ,h
H...?T "tontly printed
ItaeJf for solution. Should all the boy
f . " Blv,n th Unt "f an
thleuo tralnln, or should all attention
" on a lavoied few? a raff and
.rL?!. mVOlld 5,,m competitive
-v.,,.llc. wnerein all boys lrreapeotlve of
their apparent physical worthle.ne.s
Thrme eUaees of athletic, were organlaed
and a badge for each tUaa-goId. allvmr
and bronse-offered to the winners In
dividuals were Impressed with the nec.s
alty that their class work should bs of
Kacl, day Prof. Carna conducts hi
classes In jumping, running and lifting.
Tbe whole school corneals.
1'rlaoli.al the Jede.
Only the boys whose effort, attitude and
deportment are satisfactory to the prln
clpal are allowed to enter the tct The
principal. Is the sole Judge. The system
haa Increased the popularity of principals
tenfold. In order to win one of the
badgea a boy mtiet qualify In all four
event In the rta-s In which he entere.
j ne standards are:
f'laaa 1-C.old filled hariar
Vn'?1. ".L,!,""Twr",y.:,,,,t "onds.
:. v"""""ai ine limes.
Inche'a? Kh J uu",ou- f-t four
lncheadlnS: Brf J"np-Sevn feet thrv.
Class S Kilver badge.
0-Vard laah-t eeco.iiln.
riill-up HIM tlmna.
Itunnlng Hla-h Jump-Three
Standing Hroad Jump ('
Claaa Hionae badge, i
v V rd Iah-7 tmvndi.
Pull-up Four times.
Running High Jump-Thte feet four
Slandlng Bread Jump-Five ft nine
Following are the rule governing the
Trials-There shall be only une trial In
running and churning, three ttiala In
Jumping. If needed.
Chinning The boy may take any hold
on the bur, he ahi.ll exieud himae'.f to
Id full length before and after each
pull-up. and ahall be obliged la raise
hla body without a kick, snap, Jeik or
sing, to auch a height as to bring
hla chin higher than the bar.
Jaaaplaa; mm tlaawtag.
Jumping The stand ng broad Jump.
Two parallel lines, tl.e right dtarK-o
gpart. afjul be marked oa tns g;ound.
or on a mat If held Indoors. Tue con
testaat must toe ous llns aud have boiU
hel enUiely over tbe other line at Ui
end of his lump. Crow-hopping Is not
Itunnlng High Juinp The bar shall be
started at a point .Is Inches below tits
standard and raised two Inches at a time,
the contestant to t glxtn three trial
(If besaar t each height.
Three Crack Members of Yale's Defense Gridiron Corps
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; - i ' ' )J Cl":- . SCUL.LT,. Tackle.;
Clvarley Iaut, a veteran of Tale's line
and one of Us most dependable men on
defense, who Is expected to rP great
boles in the forward column of the Har
vard machine when the big game of the
year take, place next Saturday, Novem
MICHIGAN, i lr PENNSY, 9
Craft of Yost and Speed of Craig:
TRICK PLAY ' BRINGS VICTORY
Uame.aa VVhol Indlcalem 1 here is
l.lHle to (boose Between Two
Eleven Mercer Able t
rierve ' lefroae.
ANN AllUOU. Mich., , Nov. W.-The
craft of YokI and the speed of "Jimmy"
Craig, overcoming the wonderful Indi
vidual playing of Miner and the deadly
right leg of Marshall, enabled Michigan
to defeat the I'nlveralty of Pennsylvania
foot ball team. II to II, in an ley blltiard
on Ferry field yratmday afterncon.
MU hlguji scored a touchdown in the I
econd quaiter and Couklln missed goal.
The tm hdown wlili-a won the game was
the result of a double pass during the la-M
few minutes of ploy and Craig carried the
ball over after a twenty-Blx-yai d sprint.
Conklin nutdo inn, goal,
Two thrilling inns by Captain Mercer,
totaling iiKie than lidy yard, gave
I'ennaylvaula a touchdown In the third
quarter, and Mloda kicked goal. In the
final period, a. few tntnutea brf.jro Micl.t
gan won the game, Marshall was substi
tuted for Thayer and he executed a per
fect drop kick fron the twenty-five-) srd
Uefeu.1 waa starlug MJcbiagn in tbe face
when tho trick play brought victory.
Michigan's interference atarted to tbe
right and the red and blue secoiidary de
fence followed It. Then the ball was shot
to Craig, maltlug far to the left, and after
dodging two men and outsprlntlng an
other, he croaacd the Pennsylvania line.
There was little to choose between the
tmo elevens. Mercer, tbe star of the
game, maa the only Pennsylvania man
able to pterve Mi-hlgan'a defense, and
he also out punted Meek by using better
Judgment In placing his ktrka. Michigan
made gain afler gain through the Penn
sylvania line, one touchdown coming a.
a direct rem.lt.
'rU Mirhlgira orf.tnsrlve and de
frnsive l-.n-o. Tha gutuc mas clean and
nappy. mina Ivaula aufleivd mo. e from
peualliea, u. Ing ullty of holding on two
or three critic! occaUns. Unoup:
M ICl 1 lO A N P I : NX'S VLV A MA.
STOYE LEAGUE WAITS FOR PA MARQUETTE FIGHTS TO WIN
He Will Bring Back Interesting Creifhton, Though Outweighed, Puts
News from the South. Up Plucky Battle.
SWIFT WORK IN BACK FIELD
TO TELL OF HIS LUCK AT JOPLTN
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Slay He Able tu Aatioaaee tbat
srlns Meetlaa uf the Western
l.eaa tVill He Held
The key to .ucceee to 'ous'.ness is ths
JuUcious and persistant uce of utmtpapcr
Nlereer it ' .
M.Dstttuttona: tor Michigan Cnrpel fur
Torbeti. Itueucl for WcIIn. For Pennavl
vaniaSpruai:e f..r Youna. Maratuii for
lhajei. Touchdowns: A'ill, Craig.
Mercer. GokI fr.nn toilchitown: Conk
lin. Mind. Field Koul: Manhall.
uf the aton.a p. Hcr torpor, lam back
and weak kldnea are overcome by Kl-c-tno
Klttera. auaranteed. tV For sal
by ataatua liug Cw
Spoil gokxtp urouud the P.uuiKe smuiil
house la n-aroe these day and the round
er sre anxiously awultlng the return of
Pa Rourke from San Antonio, miiere he
has been attending tho meeting uf r'o
feaeioiuil baie ball men, for it la known
tbat he mill hate a burnt, of real hot
tuff to hand out for the nrxt few day.
Chief item among this same hot stuff
1. what luck Pa had in closing the deul
whereby th Kourtie will spend a full
month In Joplin prior to the opening of
th Western league season next year. It
has been suited that Pa mill train In
Joplin next spring If he can complete ar
rangements wit It the powers that be at
that place. Before h left for the south
Pa said he was sure tbat things were
atlafactory aud tbat th terms which
ha offered mere O. 1C, and all that re
mained wus for ll in to take a glance
over Hi grounds at Joplin and cloee the
doal. It la the intention of Fa to take hla
whole squad about March 10 to Joplin,
where he mill remain with the bunch until
April 10. The Western league e:,on will,
In all probability, open on April 1) and
therefore the Kourkes mill be able to
play a few icamea on the may home.
That tb trip Pa made to Sun Antonio
ma not trultlea maa evidenced by th
fact tbat tmo new pl'.chera were acquired
by him from the Minneapolis team for
It 1 understood that Mr. Rourke whl'e
In the Tcxae city, maa working hard to
locate the meeting of the Weatern league
owners next spring . In , Omaha. , At .thla
meeting the schedule will be drawn up
and several other Important l.-vjurs rel i
tlv to th mi season will be broiwht up
for discussion. It Is understood thst the
Western league managers and oeners
at split up regarding tbe 1-Ji-gJin sched-
MllvianUce Men Hall l Forty-Fear
Points Agaiust Sevrateea "cored
by Omaha Team One-Mded
MlLWACKJiJ-:. Wis., Nov. IS.-iSpe
c.al Telegram.) Creighton. although out
melglied almost to the man, furnished
Marquette with a surprise and gave the
sturdy Wisconsin team one of the hard
est games of tho aeason. The .core at
the end of the first half mas ?7 to 17, and
at the finish, to 17, for Marquette,
The grounds were hard and both teams
depended upon the forward pass for
gaining ground, llucgle played a star
game for Marquette. A fluke and trick
play gave Crelghtou tmo touchdowns In
thla half, with Pool, fullback, allowing
up In great form.
In the laat tmo quarters Marquette tore
through their light opponents and brought
the acore 41 to 17. l.linlon, who ment in
for lluegle, made tm-o touchdowna and
kUked both soul. The linup : I
FRANKLIN ACADEMY -
PLAYS HASTINGS TO HE
FRANKLIN, Neb., Nov. 19 tpecial.)
The Franklin Academy and Hastings
foot bull teams played a tie game Friday,
the score standing & to 5 at 'the end of
the game. Franklin made lta touchdown
after a twenty-flvc-yard run by Arnold,
but failed to kick goat Hustings mude a
touchdown about four minutes before the
close of the game, and alno . fulled to
kick goal. The Franklin team is feeling
good over the game, aa they consider It
a victory, inasmuch u Hastings has been
playing in fast company this year and
were considerably heavier thun the home
lairs. Franklin now claims the champion
; ship of the Republican valley, having
defeated Heaver City, Red Cloud, the
high school here, and have only lost to
the Norton, Kan., ' county high school
team, mho used their coach, who Is a
crack university foot ball plsyer, to win
OAKLAND HIGH BESTS WAYNE
PRINCETON HEADS BIG FODF
One Championship Settled Among
Big Foot Ball Teams.
GOPHERS AND BADGERS IN TIE
If Chicago Defeat IPVIaroaela la
Next Saturday's (Verne Mloncaota
Will Lead lit HIM, with
Princeton has won the championship of
the "Bij Four'' in the east.
The Army and Navy elevens, both un
beaten, remain to cloah for supremacy at
Harvard a nd Yale, the ugh still among
the top-notchers, must nettle their ancient
rivalry this week-end, each with the
Htlr.g of tm-o defeats. '
Pennsylvania, four times beater, ha
loHt much support as a favorite in its an
nual clash with Cornell.
Dartmouth has ended its Fcason, de
feated by Princeton and Harvard In such
close contests thnt it may easily lay claim
to a plnce among the lenders.
FonnsylvanU State, still unbeaten,
looms formidably for Its last game with
Pittsburgh anil for recognition by tho.e
who peek to define the eastern champion
ehip. The Carlisle Indians, too. remain a
strong eleven and favorites for the two
more games on their schedule Hi-own ami
Johns Hopkins notmlthstnndlntr their
progress was marred by defout by Syra
cuse. Tho Intorsectional championship Is an
undefined honor, as tbo defeat of the
Michigan team by Cornell In the east was
evened when tmo eastern teams foil vic
tim to western foot hall Saturday Penn
sylvanla at Ann Arbor and Cornell at
Gopher nnil Iladac-rs Tied.
Irf the "Big Kighf circlo of the middle
west the situation la complicated by (he
tio ganus between .I!unesuta und Wlscon
sin, leaving the Gophers und Badgera tied
for first honor.- as the games stand. Wis
consin meets Chicago on the latter s
grounds Saturday and If Chlcogo wins it
gives MmnirotJi tho leadership with a
record of no defeats and ono tie game.
This outcome would place Chicago sec
ond and Wisconsin third. If Wisconsin
defeats Chicatfo, the present tio wltli
Minnesota continues unsettled. Plinoii,
Northwestern, lima, Indiana and Purdue
stand in tho order named amons the con
i-rinceton .i victories carry with
the one name must conspicuous in
..si or. iiKiivmuul stMrs ko lar, that
am V bite, the minner of n.ur.y a
ball game for the Timers, hut who
corning to tho Interesting report,
tlcally had io bo dragged -on to the
Iron, for he had never liked foot
H Is credited with senHiLt ion u I
which won both from Harvard arid Yale
J he point-to-point atandlnr of thn i-o.i
ln eaatern teams to date is:
Prlneeton . - -
Administers Ms tu otbin shuteat
t'pon Slippery Field.
OAKLAND. Neb.. IVov. 19.-(?pecial
Telegram.) Oakland High school defeated
Wayne High school, C to 0, yester
day on a very' slippery field, two Inches
of .now falling Jut before the game.
Tli local scored on a trick forward pass
during the third quarter. Punting was
resorted to. as long rungs mere some
what out of the question. Harry Larson,
Oakland's midget end, featured In acv
eral long run In . the snow. Oakland
plays Norfolk soon.
LIGHT, OMAHA BARBER, IS
SUCCESSFUL MAT ARTIST
That wrestling Is not a played out
game because there seems to be no one
able to cope with tho champtou Frank
Gotch le pi-oven by Jack Light, an Omaha
barber, mho In the laat week haa had
three matches and has been victorious In
all of them. Lijfht returned from Decstur.
Neb., Thursday, where lie defeated
"Gent' Mc.Mai.l8at, a youth who has won
considerable prominence In tbat rectloi
of the state, and Wednesday evening lie
grappled witU one "unknomn- in Wood
bine, la. At Sprlnghlll, III., a suburb of
Rock Island, over 600 sports from Rock
Island, Molino aud Davenport turned out
to see the Omaha maareur who mas the
principal attraction. Utht ha tmo
matches In Iowa for this meek.
pains In the chest require quick treat
ment with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Prevents pneumonia. IQc, $1.00. For sal
by Beaton Drug Co.
Wood worth ...
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Il'ieftle 1..H KH.
r'ubHtituttoua: Cupmt-il for Hcballer. Wolf
for Murdell, Lludon for Hueale. Toucli.
idowns: Miller (.'I. Madden. Ituetrle. Wood
tmoiib J), Waldrun. l.lodon u'i, Capmell.
Gol from field: Schaller. Ooala from
touchdowns: lJi.uon cJi. liu.gla (ji, Toml
i Kit. Referee; Korbler of Chicago. L'm
pire: Hannlflu. Field judge: Fox.
Mrs. C. W. Itruce of Atlantic, la , is
visiting relatives here.
Theodoio C. Woodbury of New York,
pirmdt-ui of the Omaha Water company.
M In Omaha, atopiaiia; at ti.e llenenuw!
ll Is here in the lnia-ret-t of the W star
cotniaay la its fight with tn city.
VA TRIUMPH IN THE ART OF BREWING
THE HADING BEER
IH THE KIDDIE WEST
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