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Mutt s Should Have Taken Jeff and
I.oteen took Franoe' j.:ai at lft guard.
Oallaurr took Paul's place at lacklo for
Play was resumed with Hit ball 'on
Harvard' elgbtee it-yard Una. rotter
in sued a gosl (rom (he field. Tha tall
n brought nut and Riven to Yale on
lt twenty-flve-yyid line. Hltclx-ock
I roke throu-h anil thrw Knalrltng for a
l'M. Camp, on a fak kick, gained a yard
tnd kirk d out of bounde on the next
down. Reynold took Campbell's place
at left liair-barli. O., n delayed pas
llrynolds made tlx yard. Title wn pen
allied five )ard (or off-aide plav. It
as Harvard'a ball on Yalo'a forty-five-yard
Harvard' First Peaatty.
Then came Harvard's first penal'y. a
I loss of five yard for otf-alde p aying.
Pttter tt'Wd a forward pass but thi ball
jwrnt to Yale. On I'm next play l'lillhin
.went through Harvsi'ri's renter and ran
jthlrly-flve ya:ds. Me i thrown by
Potter In the middle of the field. Phllbln
'mad five yard:. Yule tried an on-ilde
l:lrk. The bnll fell short and went to
Harvard cn lis own foity-yard lln. Pot
ter kicked to Cnmp on Tale's forty-five
line, Yale tiled a fcrwaid fas. It
dropped and Ya's still retained the
ball. Camp . punted to lloynold. who
waa thrown back for toa of tlx yardn.
Itoth aide tried rushing and kicking, the
I ha.ll flurtuatlng. Itomleater dlnlocated his
right arm and Fheldon took lila place. It
iwaa YaJe'a oU on Ita own fortf-eix-yard
lire. On a beautiful wtng ahlft. How
made (tret down on Yale's elffhty-yartf
Ilea. Avery a Injured nd tha gima i
waa delayed. Yal had the bull on Ita
flftr-four-yard line. How triad a run
from a fake klek and was thrown for a
loa. Camp kicked to Tleynnld. Avery
threw tha Harvard back for no gain.
Harvard kicked to lh center. Iiowe was
tackled for no gain. YaJ tried a forward
f.aa, but failed. Tal atllt had the ball.
Camp received the bait on a poor kick
and hurled It. There waa a rrramble, but
the, tall went to Harvard cn Its elxty-flvo-
Poor at end ot second period, Yale, 0;
Play was resumed witii Harvard kick
ing out of bounds. Yal tried a forward
Pais with Avery twenty yards away. Tha
ball fall to the ground and waa taken
back to the four-yard line and the play
Camp kicked. Reynolds fumbled. Yal
got the ball on Its own tUlrty-elght-yard
lln. Camp punted. Tha ball waa fum
bled on Tal' thlrty-flv-yard line. How
mlftMd a goal from tha field by ten yards.
Tha ball went to Harvard on their twen-ty-ftve-yard
'n. on a double pa Rey
nolds waa thrown back for a loss of four
yards. Wendell road six yards and Har
vard kicked to Ya'es fort-tght-yrd
Una, where, ther waa a fair catch. Rush
ing gave Tal a first down on Harvard'a
frty-lKht-yard lln. Rushes by Yal
gave Harvard tb ball cn tliclr own
forty-five yard lln.
TTerd-ll was burled back for a loss of
1hr yards. Fell on punted to How on
Yale's twenty-flva-yard line. Yala ran
It back seventeen yarda. phllbln drove
through cenur for flv yard. Cainn
punted to Harvard'a forty-yard I'na.
Reynold in on- a faU kick tor a Uvh
of frva rards. Wendell realnej five
yards and then Felt on kicked to How
on Tale's furty-flve yard lln. Rutlios
put th ball on Yals's fifty-yard Una.
Yal kicked to Harvard'a UUrty-flve-yard
A mlxup gave th ball to Hen ard In
th center ot Ihi t e'd. Harvard kicked.
It waa Yale'a bait on their nine-yard
line. Perry took Gallauer's p'.aee. Howe
could not gain. Camp kl.kej to Reynolda
on Ysle's fifty-yard Hue. Hrard tin
covered a forwaid rats, then rcored their
first down, with the ball on Yale'a forly
yard lino. Tl.t Crlmaon lost fifteen yards
for holding. Iteyoolda ran It bark six
teen yards. Then there waa a forward
Ire by Hsrvard. The bnll fell to the
ground and waa elven to Harvard again
on Tale's twentv-slglit-yard Yna. 'The
play for tha third period endel with the
ball In Yalo'a jioMfeMjti 0:1 their own
ten-yard line. "
Score: Yale. : Harvard. 0.
Babklttates Go la.
Substitutes went into each line In
the last period.
t of bound, en
I or Dounas on
troves at tha beelnnlna ot
Camp started, kicked out
Yale's twenty-tnire-yard line, (in the
(list rush ther wtt holding In th Har
vard line and the te'.l wot back to
Yale's thlrtvelgbt-yera lln. Thers was
twelve mlnutr lime to play In th last
I er.ud and th tal wat In ItarvarU's
poselon on Yale's tnlrtr-cljht-yr.rd
line. Harvard tiled Xor a forward a
but How taught on Ya'e'e thirty-yard
line. Plefinan totk Kpaltling'S pluce.
Howe kirkvd nut of b undi vii Tale's
Harvard was forced lo kK'k Ucu ot
Tale's strength and it was Yale'a ball cn
their own thirty-fly yard lln. lluidl'.ig
In Harvard' I n gav the tail to Ysls
on Tales fvity-two-yaid line. A triple
mi - - r "
ya around Harvard's risht gvs YaiejJ
, eievrn yaras. iiowa ir.ca an on-aia kl u.
but It went out of bounds oa Harvard's
tlilrty-ysrd lino. Harvard picked to Howe
In th middle of th field. Th ball went
1o Yal. On fak forward pas Bmlth
mad to a first down on Yala's forty-yard
I ri. Harvard rushed twenty-fiv yards,
lleynold mad flv yards through neater.
Then a delayed pass placed th ball on
1 ale tbirty-oae-yerd line, wher U was
first downed for Hsrvard.
fiftrvard failed a( a forward u i'oi-
rwi&CTiN - oh, r.
jerr wont knojj
. Mow 3. GT N
ter inlesed a goal from the field. Tii ball
was given to Yal on ths twenty-flve-ysrd
lib. How kicked to th center, where
th ball went to Harvard. Play ended
with th ball In Yal' possession on their
own thirty two-yard lln. Final acoro:
Tal. r?: Hamril, 0.
Smith I. r.
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Itinllr. L'inDlie: liavld I. i.-u.k iirnu
Field Judge: H) Ham Morlic, Pennsvl
vtnla. Heed llnesmii, .1. H. Pnnlieton.
Ilowdoln. Time of game: Fifteen minute
AMES WKrclASSY FIGHT
Shuts Oat Drake by Score of 8ix to
TOUCHDOWN IN TWO MINUTES
Mmmn' Te Prevents Mere Marks
j UyrlaaT rieree Coatest that
Wageil tm gtadlnas Marst
' tK Proves Whirlwind.
. iR8 MOINES, N'ov. Z!.-Kp,,c al Tele-
flam.) Ami proved its class today by
detesting a strensthrntd and hard fight
ing D.ake eleven on th stadum grldlorn
inis anernoon, 1 to A Weather cnd.tons
woie peiftct, Flv thousand persons wit.
nssd th atruggl. Th only score of
the game was a touchdown mad in th
lint two minutes of plsy. ,
Ulmons raa back to kick off fifteen
Voids. Ha fumbled when tackled. .'An
Ames man covered, th pigskin Ilk a
flash. Csptaln Hart and Weyrsuh tore
off a first down In a twinkling, then
Hurst, the clvr Aggie field general
pulled off th unexpected. A double pass
nd ths Uttl qua. terbsck was taclng
madly to th westward circling Drakes
left wing for eleven yard and a touch
down, Wurg kicked goal.
A revised Drake lineup was presented
t th start of th contest. But th new
lln could not wlthatand th rush of
tho Ames bsrk field which pletcsd It
for Ions gains throughout th game.
Only Simons' tos prevented tnor touch
downs. Tho Drak star outklrked Burg with
many yards to spate, but th splendid
handling of th punts by Hurst prevented
lh blue and whit from keeping th ball
In Drak teirltorjr.
Blmon Imitating Burg, varied M
punts, mixing in ths low naity bounders
with th high twisting spiral. But they
all looked allka t llttl Huist.
Ames gained twe a much ground as
Disk, but It was penalised three times,
wheie Drsk was penalised tns.
Th co ntest waa filled . with ptnlt:
mcst of which wsi disastrous set backs
for ths onward matching Aggies.
Rurg tritd four plac kicks, on miss
ing by a nairaw margin.'
Am mad two auccossful forward
passes out of six attempts, Drak tiled
three forward pap, one of tha at
tempt netting eloven ) arc's, tut th An.
btks. Csptaln Hart, tturg and Wy.
lach. wilgglsd through th Drak line
repiatedly for substantial gains, the for
mttlins and Interference showing a
Wonderful Improvement over preceding
Captain Hart. Wcytaeh. Durge. 1 1 are t.
RutUdg and Chappell starred for th
undisputed stats champions, whll Simons
and Reeves took the most honors fjr
D:ake. Ths lineup:
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McCormlrk, MoOormirk for Iteews
ItllVV., Inr 0..akaM . I m .. .
ivwtii iar tieeven,
'"' ell. Mlniud for Csilxn
i-Ti!""'. ,!? McCrelght. Hurvham for
jelk. Westherwax for Crull. Wsrren for
tensing, airlioraw for 1 banp I. Wall
for Hunt Officials: Reid f Mlchlgun.
lefeiee, Wbltteinore of hi own, umplie.
NAYY sfuTS0UT ARMY
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man ot ths Navy In th fourth pirtod
and punting kept th game of lively
UiUreet at vry play. Neither goal was
In danger during the lest of th period
aad the game cudd with the tall In the
Navy's l ands In thj center of tho f eld.
Ths llerun Is as follows:
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Bsrvard: Ituesioaa. amitli, Psansyivaala.
Th key t Bucosss. In buslnrs is the
Judicious aad persistent u of aeweysper
advert li In .
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This team has played strong foot
aggregations. It has mad eighty-one
SHERIDAN fflGMETS TITLE
Gain Undisputed Championship
Orcr Wide Territory.
DEFEATS LARAMIE, 0 TO 8
Each Tan Scores oa Toaehdowa
la' First Qevarter and Bark Team
Make Plac Kick fa
SHERIDAN, Wyo.. Nor. .-(SpectaI
Telegram.) By a scors ot I to I. In a
sr-ectaeitlar and furiously fought eontat
at th city league park, th 8hirldn
High school this afternoon defeated th
I-aramle High school, champion ot
southern Wyoming and northern Colo
rado, winning th undisputed high ohool
gridiron championship of Wyoming,
northern Colorado and southern Montana,
Th victory Is doubly noteworthy In
view of th fact that many ot Sheridan's
signals and trick plays had bsen dlsolosod
to th Laramie team prior to th gam.
Flv bundled fans witnessed th struggle,
Each team score! on a touchdown In
the first quarter, Sheridan making good
on a place kick tor th on point that
decided tha game. Sheridan and Laramie
each mad a field goal In tha third. Tha
work of Grsngcr, leit bait for Bheridax
was the feature of th frame. Tw he
saved the day for Sherld.tn by overtaking
and pulling down n opponent within five
yards ot the goal t'.no. He aisi starred
In spectacular runs and In breaking
through Laramle'a line for gains. Lara
mie Is th first team to scjro on Sheridan
Mitchell High Takes
Aberdeen in Tow
UITCHEU.. 8. D., Nov. S3.-In a hard
fought game this afternoon Mltchsll High
school won from Aberdeen High e-hcol
eleven by a s.-ore of 4 to on two safeties
In the firat anil ivinit rt-l.w4a il,A
game. Three or four limes both gosls
wsr In danger of b ng crossed, but th
lines of each team bald for down.
: Stirring ground gains wer mad at dif
ferent icriod and both teams seemed
.liable lo score cn a touchdown.
i CUP WILL BE AWARDED
FOR CROSS-COUNTRY RUN
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On Decsmber 1 a cross-country run will
be put on for all boys In th boy' de
partment of il: Young Mini Chrlvtlan
I association tiver Id years of age. Men of
I senior age, whether members of th asso
: r1atio4 ur nut, will take part In another
j does-country run uf about threo miles.
tutrlea will l9 made by flva-maii teams
nprvKjitlug many of the t hurchea as
j well as th I utversiiy of Omaha, high
srlioil and the Young Men's Christian
aesoi'lation wliUh at being formed for
the event. A cup will be awarded for the
tt you I ave young clrrcren you hav
lirrbaps noticed UisI disorders of th
stomsch ar their must common alliaenL
To cyrre.-t tli's you will find Chamber.
Iain's Ktomach and I aver Tablet excel
lent. They are easy and plewaant to
take, and mild and gmtle la affect. For
uU by ail ucaleia
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at I i m s
SUNDAY BKK: XOVEMnKK 2(, 3011.
j "TOW HrVtJ TO i"3 j
Cl . fNf
School with Splendid Record
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nitOKEN ROW HIQH SCHOOL TEAM.
ball during th season and ranks first among th western Nebraska high school
polnta to the opponents' eight point.
BELLEYUE DEFEATS DOANE
Takes Scalps of the Tijers by Three
to Nothing Score.
MANY ALUMNI WATCH THE GAME
Kretslnger, Wllklnaea, Moose I)ew
dersetn and Fowler Star Tigers '
Outplay Indians la Game's
In a close, clean gam yesterday. Belle
vue defeated tha Duan Tigers, the score
being 3 to v.
In tha first half tha Tlun rtearlv n
played the Indians, but In th second f
th Bcllevuo warriors took a spur
tha better and showed their real
form, holding the line ot tha i
fiercely. Tha sidelines were lined
large crowd ot alumni and frb
Bellevue, many of them tntastf
chance to seo Nebraska play thil
gen team solely to support thi
team In th yearly battle with th
Kretstnger. and Wllk nsoo ktai
th vioitors and Moose, Bonder
Fowler distinguished themselves
locals. Bellevu finishes the si a 4
three vlctoiles, on tla game and
louts on Its elate.
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Aroas4 Dames t'oaaty
GRAND 18UAND. Neb.. Nov. I5.-(8pc-clal
Telegram.) Th Grand Island High
rchool foot ball team won from Lexington
yesterday, n to 0, adding another vlotory
to their long attlng. L'nllk other game
played, tha locals mad big galna with
th forward pass. Th visitors did not
hav a lookin at any slag ot th gam.
Neither aide played straight foot ball
much and bcth were repulsed In trying to
go through tha line.
Buechler scored th first touchdown on
a long forward pass a tew minutes after
tho oen'.ng of the ram. Dahlstrom
went around the end In the second quar
ter for, a touchdown. i.inor scored a
touchdown on an cnslde kick In the third
si.d Fluke was shsed over f r th fourth
touchdown In the Imt qusrter, which
en.'ed with the ball on I-exlngtotVa five
Poth squads wer t rippled and many
changes wer mad In th lineups. Dalit.
Strom, Cosh and Sinke wi tho ground
gainer a. while Minor and Roney starred
as tackles. Thorton and Krint did star
work tor Ltrttngton. Tha Hnup:
Ixlnrton. Oraod Island.
llouser L.E. R.I Nagl
Tin is UT. R.T Rouay
Dun.ap ...UQlK.O blulk
Maloney O. C Dvkks, Sievers
I6.iumtr R l L.O O p ol.er. Huvok
IUk R.T. L.T. Hovers. Q'p'cber
K.uens K F. L.K huechUf. l!nnr
Iborton gUyU Blt,k
Duiil.tp LH .ft H Minor, Loan
I- Kilnt HH.ILH Dablstiom
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MAROONS BLANK BADGERS
ChicagD Wins from Wisconsin by
Score of FiTe to Nothing-.
GAME DEVOID OF OPEN PLAY
Saner tarries Oall Over far Maraoas
and Scraby Falls to Kick
Goal for th First
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Average weight: Chicago.
171 e ll; WIS'
consln, lS3-n. L'mpir. Captain Mumina.
Wt point. Refetce. lieutenant Hsckett.
West t-olnt. Held 'JjJk. lKnbrtKik.
Michigan. Head lineamaa. porter, Cornell.
NEBRASKA MILITARY TEAM
OVERCOMES KEARNEY ELEVEN
LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. !5.-3peclal
Telegram.) Tho Nebraska Military acad
emy defeated th Kearney Military acad
emy Friday afternoon at th academy
ground by a scors of 17 to , and In a
gam absolutely devoid of sensational
feature. Th Lincoln boys outweighed
their opponents and resorted to Use
pi una lii g tactics, scoring all three touch
downs on line bucks.
Th Keerrey Military academy scored
Its lone touchdown, a forward pass to
Mason, after he b4 run forty-five yard
with th ball. For Kearney, Nigra and
Mason stsrred, wh'.le Daniels, Hasty
and Ward played th gam for Ncbraaku
Military academy. Th linup:
NKBBASKA. I KKARNKY.
Hsy R E 'L E Hart
Mitchell RTiLT Booker
Linn RO.jI.u Proud
Waid Co PrettyiUiUi
Taylor L.O.I RG Ilayee
Riff L.T.RT Smith
Brown L.K-lR.K Wheeier
Hasty Q H i u a". O'HrU-n
Walsel RH.lFB M. Nlgro
Daulela . F.B I R.H Nigru
Penuey Lli.lL.tl Kisaon
Scbavitulea: Cussons and iwssel for N-hi-csha
Military academy; Sutherland f jr
UNe -yovjI-U HAS TO
THB HCTeVD COACH ,
THAT FELLOW OVItTNe.5
POLUNO or rUSRweVC!
GOPHERS CONfiUER ILLINOIS
Minnesota Claims Western Foot Ball
Title as Remit of Game.
ROSENWALD BATTERS THE LINE
After Playlac pa Clame for Two
Period Wlthoot Sarcessfal tialas
Visitors Resort, to Famous
Phlft ta Third.
CHAMPAIGN, III., Nov. 23.-L'ntverslty
of Minnesota foot ball players tonight put
In their claim tor the "Big Eelght" cham
pionship. By their victory over the I'nl
verslty of Illinois, 11 to 0, here today, the
Gophers claim tho western foot ball tile,
as Wisconsin was defeated at Chicago.
Wisconsin played"Mlnnesota a week ugo
for the conference honors, tha game re
uniting In a C to S tie. Neither team had
been defeated this season until today.
Minnesota's triumph ever Illinois was
the result of the bulldog spirit of Rosen
wald and Stevens. After playing an open
gume for the first two periods without
succeesful gains, Minnesota resorted to
the famous shift In the third period.
Hosenwald waa usext as a battering ram.
For nine consecutive plays he plunged
through Illinois' line, ga.nlng from eight
to ton yards on every attack. When
within two yards of Illinois goal he tore
through for Minnesota's first touchdown.
Morrell failed to kick goal. In the final
period Stevens shot a perfect forward
pasa of eighteen yards to Smith, who
carried ths ball five yards before being
dawned. Rosenwald dove through tackle
for a yard gain, and then Btevena was
shoved over the goal for Minnesota's sec
ond touchdown. Morrell booted the ball
squgrely between th posts.
Punting characterised the game
throughout, 1 although both teams fre
quently used forward passe for effective
gain. Minnesota played th better open
game, while Hall got the better of Capron
In kicking. Four attempts at field goals
wero made by Seller, but all of his kick
Went wld of their mark. Smith of Minne
sota failed at goal from the field. Lineup;
Cipro . , .
HubtltUtlonn Wnw Utnnua.it. Uau. u
for Johnson, Elder for Powers, Aldwo:th
for Wallender. For Illinois: Seller for
Oliver. Prlnc for Thompson, Dillon for
rioDtris. xoucnaowns: Rosenwald,
Btevena Goal fro touchdown:"Morrell.
Officials Fleager, Northwestern, referee;
51?w Michigan, umpire; Hatns, Yale,
field Judge: Menage, Dartmouth, head
man. Time of quarters; U minutes.
ST. THOMAS TIE
(Cuutlnued from First Page.)
uid to th spectators It w-a appar-
good, but he missed hi mark by
arrowest margin, i
Faarth Qaarter Fust.
fourth quarter was full of good
and hard fighting. Crelghtsn at
ed on forward pas after another,
vlth tho exception of a very few
wer either too high, too low or
epted by th alert St. Thomas men.
mad th beat run In this quarter,
around St. Thomas' right end for
tain Gllman of SI. Thomas retired
the first few minutes of play, owing
i old Injury. He was replurcd by
y, who proved a aubstitute worthy
game was cleanlv nltved and hard
fought and th score Is Indicative of the
teams' relative strength.. A good crowd
attended the game and the day was Ideal
for foot ball. Uoth teams expected to
win and thtlr disappointment la entirely
mutual. The lineup:
Hffrnian It O
M iru L O
UeSdea, icNally..H K
Hallar, Blatk UK
. L'lbba, Nellaa
LH I R.H...
Keteiee: Johnson of NebranKa. em
pire: Kan or Michigan. Field .iudi;e:
Totter of t'nlon oil.ege. Head lneHiuan:
Dow. Tim of quarters: r'ltieau miuuics.
IN BATTLEWITH KEARNEY
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. Nov. Si -(8pe-clal
Telegram.) North Piatt defeated
Kearney yesterday, I to , in tha most
spectacular gam of th season. Kear
ney was completely outclassed In every
department. North Piatt scored th
first touchdown by an e'.ghty-yard run.
Weasburg followed by a field goal.
Kearaey'a defense was powerless before
the terrific lln smashes of Norrls. the
giant tackle, and fast end run by Lin
coln. Injuries wer numerous. Little
Meld was put out of th gam by being
thrown Into th grandstand In a tackl
by Cuen.ngham. At this point, with on
foot to go. North Piatt betd Kearney
for downa la on of th grandest rallies
ever teen on this field. Captain Davtes
starred for Kearney la every play. Th
CORNELL BESTS GRINNELL
Three Drop Kicks Win Close Con
test by Score of Nine to Nothing.
CRAFT SCORES WITH TWO KICKS
Kramin, Loft Half, Make Sensa
tional Runs Both Team Fumble
Frequently! bat Cornell Re
MOUNT VERNON, la., Nov. 25. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Cornoll defeated Orlnnelt
on tho Ash park gridiron thi afternoon
by a eeor of t to 0.
Cornell's scoring was th result of three
drop kicks, two by Quarterback Craft
and tho other by Quarterback West.
Cornell outplsyed tho Scarlet and Dlack
eleven from tho start. Orlnnell got as
clone as tho twenty-five-yard line onco.
during tho garno, as tho result of a re
covered punt, but Cornell held and forced
Orlnnell lo punt and tho ball was put-
Into play on tho twenty. .";ve-yard lino.
Cornell punted out of danger, . Other,
than at thia tin-.o, Crlr.nell did not havo
an opportU3i;y of soorlns;. Tho left sld -
of Qrlnnell's lino was wock, allowing tho
Cornell back to mat' most Of thslr
gains on that ido.
GrccT70od sad Larsoat Star.
Greenwood end Larson were th stars
o: th line, Sherman and Sutherland wr
not able to pull off any of thslr long;
runs, both being a llttl out of condition.
Quarterback Croft, night End West.
Fullback Eago, Left Half lira mm, and
Quarterback West wer th star for Cotv
noil. Right Half Lett was a consistent,
graund-galno;-. West, at end, played a.
trriflo oKensiv gam, gtUng both th
imerfereneo and th man tlmo after time.
Craft's drop kicks wer features, both
aiilng squar between tho. poets.
JCramm at left half was a ssnsat.'on,
punching through tho arlnnoir lln e!n-
iuiik gan, ..
Captain Whltli' work ,'a th lino was
a notloal:o point Of lh game. Both
team furnblad mors or on account of
slippery . ground, Orlnnell unusually was
lucky In laoovoring, . ..
Reran R.Jt.l L H. ..
nnarman tV.I fen : K. n . ,
... I. Weal.
... K. Weet.
,., Whit II
fiuhstitutes; Tarre for West at fulluaert,
Gruewell for Denlo at guard, Ctaft fof
West at ouartei t-aok, Carhnrt foe Wasa
at end, Edwards top fluihorland at fluae
ter. Urysn for Mary at end, Andersnn
for Fleck at fullback. Drop klslts- OrafE
(3), Pony West, Itefereet I-sw of Ames,
I'mplre: Jones f Iowa, Ftft'4 tudet
Kerns of Bc'olt. Heaj llnairr.ani DolisiKt
of Dnkota Weslysn. Tims of quartsrst
AMES TEAM WINS FOOT RACE
Iowa Farmer, Finiik Firit in Croat
NEBRASKA FINISHES FIFTH
Flftr-TUreo Ma, Raaeassatlugf
Klaven 1'ntreirsUI, gtart , Wis.
' remain Man IVIii JndU
' IOWA CITY. la.. Nov. J.-(Bta:l Tsl.
egram.) Arr.os won tho annual ' ''III
Eight" cross-country run whlou finished
on Iowa field her Just prior lo th
Iowa-Northwtrn fool ball Am
score was ft. fteoond plane waa grabbed
by Wisconsin with scors of t Mlnne,
sota came third with M and Purdue, took
fourth with He. In order then cam Ne
braska SO, Iowa 132, Indiana 1 North,
western J and Chicago tii.
Cleveland of Wisconsin led (tie field at
th finish and Ms lime was 9:UUi.
Farquhar of Ames was second, Hasten
of Wisconsin was third and Thorson of
Fifty-three runners from eleven o'.uls
wer entered. Th couse wss a miserable
one. being stretched over a flve-tnil
course of slippery mud. At th start
Northwestern lead, but scarcely was tha
Iowa liver bridge reached befor th
entlr half lmndrd were mixed in every
kind of order.
Cleveland of Wisconsin, who was first
to enter th Iowa flold gate, had a full
fifty-yard lead over Farquhar, th Ames
runner. Heaton if Wisconsin, who time
third, was closer to Farquhar than Far.
quhar was to Cleveland sod had smaller
margin between hlmtclf and Thoraon of
Northwestern, who finished tuurth. There
were few clos finishes but In gencrsl thu
runners wsr rot ss exhausted as would
hav been supposed over such a miserable
Nebraska, th team doped by many tu
win, flniahed fifth In th final standing.
Anderson waa th first ot lb bunch 1 1
com In, lnishlng la th fifth place, llagg
finished In twenty-second plac and
8 wan son cac.e In twenty-firth.
Then came plater, taking tblily-arv-snth,
Kennedy took forty-fourtli and the
last man, Kales, waa ptaoed fertylghtb.
Key to tha S'.iuatloa Ut AdetrUsing.
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