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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1911)
And There Was No Doubt in
y i r . I
5y, OUT) mwj,
LINED UP FOR THE CONTEST
Omaha Uigh to Keet Wendell Phil
lips Thanks giriDg Day.
HAUD BATTLE IS EXPECTED
Local Ma la Oou' Ca,llloa o4
Cork tlomatt Praia CartalM
' 4hal Thr Will Win
Th Thftnkifflvln game btwn th
Omaha Hl(h school and lha Wandell
t'MIUpa tilth of Chicago, to be playod In
Omaha, promlaca to b tha prumlcr batU
c( tha dar.
Tha undsrtaklnc of brlniflns . a tram
from CMcnfo la a (tupendoua on tor a
lileh acbool, tha,cxpna of tb (am
bulng approximately 7&D. KalUln( thla.
and wlflbing to maka th fa ma a financial
auooeaa, Omaha bualnaaa man, through
lha Ad cluB, ' tha Conimerolai club and
tha Unlvritr . club, hava all adopttd
rolution, Indoralns tbl gama and urg
ing thalr mambart to attend. (
AJthouglt Omaha la not laying claim to
atata championship honors, thy art
ratd just as high by vlrtua of tha aver
whslmlna defeat thr admlnlatared to
tbo BU Jo Cantral High sohool alsvcn,
that claimed MUsourt valley Interacholaa
tlo ftonora last year. .
Wendatl rhU'.lpi haa c!aned up every
thing In tha high sehoola of Illinois, with
tha exception of tha championship Oak
Park team. Phillips bald OaJi Park to
low score early In tha aeaaon and was
tha. first team to cross tha Park's goal
lln since IMS. Wendell Phillips and Oak
park have bean picked by recognised
lltiaola footjj bait Uuthorltiea aus tha two
bert high school elevens In the atata.
CMragf Hopea te Wist.
Tha squad will leave for Omaha
Wedneeday and Is in the very boat of
comilUoo to put up a stellar game. It
has a 24 to 11 defeat at tbe'hands of tha
purple and white to wipe out from last
ear and la coming to Omaha fully pre
pared to accomplish thla feat.
Although Omaha la outweighed alg
pounds to tba man. thla ,f aot la not wor
' rylng Coarh "Ebhle" Burnett, who U
relying on the speed of his back field and
the strength of his lino to overcome this
disadvantage. Several new trick plays
and shift formations which Humett has
kept cp his sleeve all season will be let
out In thla game and If they work out
as they have In praetloe during the last
month, the rtators will bo assured of
oma aenesl.o.ikl featurea.
Vergil itevtor, the purple and white's
star fullback, and "Man" Caldrttte. the big
carter, wbo were ca the hospital list all
at week, will both gat Into tha gaioe.
arr,'" I'.xman, the epnedy Hill captain
kitd rtglit half, will also ba seen In unl
L'ORKINGSIDE TO PLAY .
SOUTH DAKOTA ELEVEN
WO'JX C1TT. la-. Nov. r.-If the
til. Is favorable the ltugest crowd
that ever witnessed a foot ball gumo In
ivioux City will sa tha eonteat on Thanks-
g.v;ng between the South Inkota unl
veisity eleven and tha Morntngside
eleven of this city. Both teams will take
their f.nal psmetloa tomorrow and will
lct on Wednesday.
At Vermillion the chief concern Is to
nmr.gthen the poaer tf resistance that
we JiethodUis way be prevented from
hcur eg a single touchdown. Coach Harry
i, f of Mornlnsslde Is striving mightily
is add consistence to a scoring machine
that has proved to be erraUo during the
L4(e Pole Defeats Ckaawell.
IX'IXIK POLE. Neb.. Nov. ffr. IflnarlaJ
1 ii le Pole lits-n aubool baeaat bail
i: ,i ..tc the (happen team by the
in a to up oaiuray evening. Much
i.-ct ta tinir etioa la tne return
t :u. to i pi4 a Cuappell aooa.
fSNt GT HjOMO-M. q
DIPLOMACY WO KXtSpl
Or TKtfe feootj ?DC;
, Crucial Moment in the Cornjiusker-Wolverine Game Saturday
OWEN PRANK, NEBRASKA'S SENRATTONAL. HALFBACK IN ONE OF
liK MAUK A NUVUN-YAUD UA1N AT LKl-'X aAUKUJ.
for Bellevue Squad
Bellovue club will give Its foot ball
team a banquet this eveulng at e:M
o'clock at the University club. President
William Nlclioll of the club has been
busy the last few days getting everything
In shape fo rthe entertainment.
After the banrmt speeches will be
made by members of the college faculty
and tha foot ball team. Prof. WUllacu
Mcholl will make a short talk on "The
T.ina. the Plaoe and the Team." "Ho
Done Ills Derndest" will be the subject
of a speeclt by Captain Fred Paulson of
this year's tram. Judge A. L. Button
haa been assigned the subject of "Any
Little Team That Is a Nice Utile Team
.s the Ktght Little Team for Me" to talk
on. President 8. W. tttookey of tha col.
Use will talk on "Field Goals."
The club gives tin foot ball team a
bamjuet each year at the close of the
season, whfthar toe team be vlotorious o
not. The club la composed of about 69
alumni and ex-members of the aollege.
About f'fly members of the club are ex
pected to attend.
SCORES OF WEST POINT
GUN CLUB SHOOT
WE8T POINT. Nb.. Nov.- I7.-(Spe-
elal ) The newly org salted West Point
Quit club, which succeeds the Antelope
otganlsction. held Its Initial shoot at the
home of George Shaw (Saturday. Among
the gueru compitUug wc:e George L.
Carter, furrr.er sta'.e saxo warden and
D. D. G.-oee. The thatch was hotly eon
lesttd, the rivalry being kssa. Two
iwecty-r.vs-blrd events were shot off.
thtre being Iwc.ity con'.ntaats la the
first aad s.x'.isa In the second eve.it. la
ihe first forms.- Gene Warden Carter
nUssed his fl.'te:.lh b.rd clean and dustt-J
his twenty-fifth, but fahsd ta get lM mak
.Bg his score S3. Gross missed two clean
and ruffled the ediaJ of a third, ha
;ihal being U. At the final cou.it the
too re steodi First event J, It, iiadc
bach, It; Carter, U; Oioss, W. A. Kerl
and K. Ierl, eaoh H; J. Jensoa And O.
tUeftelin, XI; ; XIalcliQW nd 0. Boldt,
nn: bee. omaita, Tuesday, xovkmuku
Jeff's Mind, Either.
9 -J g "VROOT
it? - IS THtVT?
SO. Second event U. Haeffelln, 14; Gross,
Jensen, Hoist and Kadebaoh, 2S; Carter,
U, Nits, Malohow and K. Kerl. X
TICKETS ARE ON SALE
FOR THE 0. H. S. GAME
Tickets for the Wendell Phllllps-Omiha
High school Thanksgiving; came were
placed on sale resterday. They sold
rapidly at the higl. school building Mon
day afternoon, and with favorable
weather conditions a banner crowd of
students and the general public la ex
Keats wilt be placed on sale at Myer-
Dillon's and at Beaton's today. Pa
Rourke will also have a supply on hand
at the smoke house. Reservations for
the remaining boxes cn be made with
Prof. C. E. Reed, the hljih school ath-
letlc director, at his office at the high
Park Irkool tviaa.
The Park school foot ball team d
featrd Central school SatuiOav on the
t'relghtoa gridiron by the score of to 0.
The game was played immediately after
the game between St. Thomas and
Crelahtou and mas wltnepaed by about
Ml huol rootera. Park school has chal
lenged the Mohawks for the champion,
ship of the season. This game ta to be
played Thanksgiving oa the Crelahton
LewUvtle CJIrU Wis,
IflUISVILLE. Neb.. Nov. V -! peclal.)
Purtngfteld and lAulavllle high school
fins played a game of basket ball at
-oulvlll Saturday afternoon. The
lxiulevllla team won by a score of U to 7.
It was a well played game.
ANNUAL POULTRY SHOOT
DY OMAHA GUN CLUB
The annua.1 Creaha Gun club poultry
shoot was held yesterday with a large
number cf r.lmrods entered. Another
shoot will be conducted cn Thanksgiving
day. Amoni; the winners yesterday were
Gccige Rogers, five turkeye and three
geese: W, D. Tewnsend, three turkeys
and four geese; Chris Chrlftlaaeen, three
turkeys and three geese. A large number
of ethers went home with full bag a.
The key to suocesa in business Is the
Judicious aud persistent use of newspaper
HIS BRILLIANT PLUNGES THROUGH
Excelsiors to a Tie
Testertlay at the Benson Eagles' park
a tough battle was fougiit between the
Shamrocks and Excelslora, which resulted
In a 0 to 0 score.
For the Shamrocks. Qulglcy, Tuttle,
Callahan and Fa-en wero the particular
stars. These four men were In nearly
every play and fought hard for every
Inch of ground, and If luck had not fa
vored tha Exoelsiore the score would
have been duterent. Moore, Gutnane and
Eandau were the stare that shone bright
est for the Excelsiors. Fortvard passes
proved the chief ground coiners for both
teams. Qu!gley and Fagen made the
passes 'for the Shamrocks. while
Moore. Gulnane and Klmmcl did
the throwing for the Excslslors. Both
teems played a classy, clean fw. Next
Thursday tho Shamrocks will Journey
down to Paplllton and try to whip the
Cornfeda tiationed there. Next flunduy
these two teams will battle again out at
Fort Omaha. The Shamrocks will be
considerably stranger and tha Excelsiors
will undoubtedly put up a tougher fight
than yetierday. Consequently a duel of
the blocdy order Is anticipated.
Following is the Unsup:
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DEFENDERS LOSE HARD GAME
TO SOLDIERS BY 17-0 SCORE
In a hotly contested and Intensely In
teresting battle, the Defender toot ball
aggregation fell before the eoldlers at
Fort Omaha yesterday afternoon by the
score of II to ft. The Defenders were
considerably outweighed, but they put up
plucky fight, giving the soldiers a hard
tussle before they left the flold with a
victory. The Defendera were weakened
by the lose of two of their star players,
Ruhey and Miller. Thanksgiving they
will play the Auburn tonn team of Au
CORMCH. - CiQ UP XDHlA AND
G-Nfc HlrA TUG, BOUl- .
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THE MICHIGAN LINE.
HE IS BIIOWVl
COMES FOR JfOOL MEETING
Secretary S. W. McClure Arrive!
SAYS OEEAT INTERESTS AT STAKE
Wool Growers Hare Deosj Granted
IlrarlMgta by the Tariff Comuils
sloa oa tae Form of Duty They
Would I.lko Levied.
8. W. McClure, tecrttary of the Na
tional Wool Growers' association, arrivei
In Omaha yesterday from Washington.
He comes especially to complete the ar
rangaments tor the catlonal convention
of tha wool growers of the country, who
will meet hare December 14. U and 11
The tariff commission will have Us re
port ready for congress on December J,"
said Mr. McClure. "That ta a certainty,
as X was told whan In Washington. The
wool growers, In common with other In
terests concerned, have been granted
hearings by ths tariff commission. Wi
have told the members the form In which
we would like the duty to be levied, but
It Is up to them to figure out the correct
amount of duty. W want Into details
with the commission, showing them that
as the tariff Is levied now we do not get
lh benefit of tha duty: In fact, get the
benefit of only about 4 cents out of ths
11 we ar supposed to vet."
Mr. McClure said he had no Ida of the
amount of duty tha tariff commission will
recommend. He aald schedule K will have
a thorough threshing out at Use Omaha
convention, ene whole day being set adds
for that purpose.
Coming for Battle
CHICAGO, Nov. IT (SpeolaJ.) The
Wendell Phillips High school squad wUl
leave tomorrow for Omaha, where they
will clash with the Omaha High school
eleven In their seoood Thanksgiving gama.
The two stare. Alberta, captain and left
guard, and Bharman, left end, are both
u U their atudle aad will be able to
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&ir-CO teiNCH -TOUR. OFT-,iPR.(t4c. T
HERE WITH BALL IN HAND AFTER
make the trip. Both these men wer3
picked for the all-Illinois high school
eleven this season. Alberta featured In
the game with tho championship Oak
Park High team on November 11, In which
Wendell Phillips scored A touchdown or
tho Parks, the flrrt any team has bee::
able to make since 11X0. Wendell Phillip?
suffered defeat In this game by the scor.
of 20 to C.
The following lads will make the trip
In addition to Louis Boarlnl, faculty man
ager, and Clarence Gardiner, studen.
manager: Alberts, captain; Sherman.
Gorcan. Deveny, Hart, Keer.au, Pe'hv-
brldge, Cummins. Stern. Mooney, Koeh-
ter. Elatchford. Crist, Clarke and Orcen-
Many Games Billed
for Local Grids
Local foot ball teams will all be busy
cn Thanksgiving day, most of them play-
t2 cttn with a snap to it
-Kin ii in mi la-ri-- in mi- i rn n 11
OiJ StyU Lent a tha beer that H brewed just rifht-
ocaethUf entirely different in the bottle beer line jast
as good as evercould not be made better.
C IQXEMAN BREWING COMPANY. La Crease, WW
LERCII A VAN SANDT, Distributor.
311 South lTthSt,OMAHA.MCS.
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' lng their final frame of the season on
that date. The big Rame of the day will
bo between Wendell Phillips High of
: Chicago and the Omaha High school war
riors at Rourke fark.
Crelfrhton has a game with Pes Moines
college. Council Bluffs High will meet
Temple High of Lincoln over at the Bluffa
and South Omaha High will play their old
rivals. Nebraska City High, at Nebraska
Following are the Important ' local
Omahn High against Wendell Phillips
Hlirh of Chlcaso at Rourke park. ,
Crelghton against Pes Molncs colle?
at Crelghton field.
Council Bluffs High against Temple
Hlvh of Lincoln at Council Bluffs.
Deaf Institute seconds against the
Shamrock Juniors at Benson Eagles'
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