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Jeff Let His Sense of Humor Get Away with His Judgment
Drawn for The Bee by '" Fisher
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Cornhuskers Are to Meet Powerful
Eleven from Michigan College.
Hlsr Game May Be Snrprlae, at Kraut
Will Show Strength of Prluce
ton and Eliminate One
Team from Race.
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fruiunKTon ana jerrerson in an easy
battle fqr the Blue. The Indians will
have an easy time with Georgetown. The
Navy will have to fight to win from Pitts
burgh. Penn state meets Gettysburg for
a close scrap.
Nebraska against Adrian, at LJncoln.
(i t'relghton against Morningside, at Sioux
Chicago against Purdue, at Chicago.
Missouri against Oklahoma, at Nor
; man.
Minnesota against Iowa, at Minneapolis.
Case against Ohio State, at Delaware.
Ames against Grinnell, at Ames.
Kansas against Kansas Aggies, at Law
rence. Indiana against Northwestern, at
Wabash against Notre Dame, at Notre
Michigan against fc-yrac-use, at Syra
cuse. Princeton against Dartmouth, at
Princeton. ,
Army against Colgate, at West Point.
Carlisle against Georgetown, at Wash
ington, i
Harvard against Brown, at Cambridge. ,
Lehigh against Ursinus, at South Beth
Navy against Pittsburg, at Annapolis.
; Penn State against Gettysburg, at
State C.
Tale against Washington and Jefferson,
s at New Haven.
The Missouri Valley conference
schools getting Into action tomorrow are
Nebraska against Adrian. Missouri
aealnst Oklahoma, Ames against Grin
nell, and Kansas against the. Kansas
Aggies. The Kansas and Missouri games
should give a further line on the strength
of these two elevens that the battles In
which thev lost last week did not bring
out. Nebraska S Expected to win from
Adrian, but of this Michigan college m
tle is known by the general publio, and
If the Cornhuskers are held to a low
score, the Impression' that Stiehm's eleven
Is weak will soon go abroad. It should
he known that Adrian college. Is one if
the strongest secondary elevens in coun-
pessibly outranking even some 01
Missouri Valley conference teams.
uurinff the last three years Adrian has
suffered only one defeat, that being at
the hands of Notre Dame.
Adrian Veteran Team.
On the Adrian eleven are eight veterans
-Just three less than a whole team. The
eleven weighs as much as the Cornhusk
ers, and some of the linemen are stronger
and more powerful than the Nebraska
players. Byrd, halfback. Is an athlete of
international fame. It was he wno won
second place in the discus throw In the
Olympic games last summer. Several
other good athletes are In the lineup, and
It would not be a great surprise to fol
lowers of the Cornhuskers If Stiehm's
mn were held to a low score. Just at
present the Cornhuskers are not In. the
best of shape. They have not nuiy re
mvM from the effects of the Minne
sota battle. The backfield Is intact, but
the line Is not playing -well.
Missouri goes Into battle against the
Sooner-, and probably will lose, unless
Coach Brewer has worked wonders with
his men since the Ames defeat. Nebraska
meets the Oklahoma eleven In the final
game of the fall, and, knowing now the
strength of the Tigers, this game of
Saturday will give the Cornhuskers a
line on the- ability of the Sooners. Kan
sas plays the Aggies, wno were licked by
the Cornhuskers by a large score two
weeks ago, end should hold the Jay
hawkers to a low score.
Crelghton at Sionx City.
" Creighton university meets Morningside
college of Sioux City. It is expected that
the Omaha college will win by a fair
sized margin. Coach Miller has molded a
fine eleven and he will undoubtedly win
most of the other games this fall.
Minneapolis and Iowa meet at Min
neapolis. The Gophers are going fast
now and. unless they have had a setback
following the Nebraska battle tJtey will
whip the Hawkeyes worse than they de
feated the Cornhuskers. Iowa has one of
the best elevens that that state school
has turned out In years, but the Gophers
are playing fine foot ball and can be ro
iled upon to lick the Iowans decisively.
Chicago should run up a large score on
Purdue. Ames will have an easy time
with Grinnell. Indiana and Northwestern
will furnish an Interesting battle, with
Indiana winning, undoubtedly. Case and
Ohio state should hav a close battle
Wabash writ furnish little opposition for
Votre Dame. -
Michigan in East.
Michigan Journeys, east to meet Syra
cuse. The eastern eleven Is not strong
this fall, while Tost has one of the best
teams of years. He should run up a large
score. Princeton and Dartmouth meet at
Princeton In what should be the best bat
tle of the east . The Tigers are picked to
win. but the Dartmouth team will show
fine fight, and might, with a little luck,
win. The Army meets Colgate In a battle
that should not seriously test the West
Pointers, Harvard will find Brown n
hard proposition, for the Brunonlans are
playing excellent ball now. Tale meets
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Supplies for equipping all school play
grounds with facilities for organized play
are being received by Athletic Supervisor
R. L. Carns. With the first Indication
of the break of the winter the play
grounds will be equipped with tennis
nets, places to play volley ball, base ball
and croquet grounds.
During the winter the supplies now
being received will be used for indoor
sports. Mr. Carns has been investigating
all the new "games" and forms of play,
and will spend his vacation next summer
in further investigations. The most help
ful of these sports are being incorporated
in the organized play system here.
Tennis Tournament
is Down to Finals
The girls' tennis tournament has pro
gressed rapidly with the renewal of good
tennis weather, and the play has ad
vanced to the finals. In the consolations
the first round has been played. The
winner of the tournament is picked to be
either lone Fogg, Nettie Muir or Cather
ine Culver. Play was uninteresting al
though there were several matches that
were hard fought. "
Catherine Culver defeated Bernice Nel
son, S-, 8-1, 6-4.
Catherine Culver defeated Barbara
Churchill. 8-1. 6-t
Cella "Vest defeated Laura Myers,
6-1, 7-5
Helen Curtis defeated Martorie Bry
ant. 6-0, 6-1. ' .
Mildred Hoag defeated
Cartney, 6-i. 6-2.
-Rachel Metcalfe defeated
Hendee. 8-7. ft-4
Marie Bloom defected Olive Christian
sen. 6-0, 6-1.
Helen Bioknell defeated
Woodrourh, 7-6. 6-1.
Hazel Laverton defeated Vellsta P res
son, 2-6. 6-3, 6-4.
Martha Noble defeated Emma Ring by
Margaret Mo-
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Friends Again After Ten Years
NEW YORK, Oct. fi.-MoOraw, pilot
of the Giants, and President Julmsun of'
tin; Aniriican league have buried the I
i hatchet. Tliev are friends airaln after I
i ten yfai"j of estrangement.
Ban had been aftir MeCtaw's s;-alp
ever since the New York leader deserted
tli? American league and Baltimore in
the old dys of the war and Jumped to
Xe York with the best of his players.
This desertion for a. time threatened to
break up the then young American
league. v
The reconciliation of these two bijf
men of base ball means much to close
followers of the ame. There is much
! speculation among the wise onos as to
i what startling results may follow. To
begin with, arrangements are impress-
ling for the use of. the Polo grounds, the
National lengue park In New York, by
(he New York American league team
next year, a proposition which will savs
the Yankee
club ciHny thousands of
trttsiw .it. mm V
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High School Ready
to Meet York Foes
The high school foot ball team Is pre
pared for today's game with York High
school at York. This is the first outside
game of the season for the high school
lads. , The York team Is a husky crowd
and will be looking for revenge over the
defeat administered them last year by the
Purple and White.
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.-Racing praotlealiy
Is at an end at the Mineral oprmgs track
at Porter, Ind., the owners having today
sent word to the office of Governor Mar
shall of Indiana that there will be no
horses left In the stables by Sunday un
less an injunction is granted. The state
troops that have been In charge of the
course are expecting to be ordered home
by Sunday.
Judge Tuthill at Michigan City, before
whom an application was filed for an
injunction to prevent the state from in
terfering with the racing, has given no
indication when Ms decision will be given.
KBARNET, Neb.' Oct 2R.-(Spedal Tel
egram.) North j Platte's heavier high
school foot ball team went through Kear
ney High's line this afternoon for one
touchdown, Kearney making one drop
kick. The score was 6 to 3. Captain
Norrls of the North Platte aggregation,
playing tackle, made practically all of
the gains for his team. He was respon
sible for Kearney's defeat last year, be
ing one of the best high school players
In western Nebraska. Quarterback Lants
of the locals likewise made the largest
gains for his team. The North Platte
team was accompanied by a sarload of
high school rooters.
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct .-(Special Tel
egram.) In a fierce struggle today the
Beatrice High school foot ball team de
feated the Hastings tefcm by a score
of 35 to 0. At'no time were the visitors
able to break through the Beatrice line
and they were held safe at all times. Will
Maxwell, halfback for i Beatrice,
cepted a forward pass and made a
seventy-yard run for a' touchdown. Earl
O. Eager of Lincoln was the referee.
Iowa Foot Ball Teams
Have Busy Saturday
DKS MOINES, la., Oct. 25.-Iowa foot
ball teams will play, more games this
Saturday than any other week of the
season. Also the games for tomorrow
are more distinctly state games than tho
offering of any other week. Because of
the former lmnse rivalry between the
teams and the strength of the Simpson
team this year, the Drake-Simpson battle
is the principal one on the boards, with
the Ames-Grinnell game not far behind.
The Saturday schedule follows:
Drake against Simpson at Des Moines.
Ames against Grinnell at Ames. i
Iowa against Minnesota at Minneapolis.
Highland Park against Ellsworth at Des
Coe against Leander Clarke at Toledo.
Cornell against Beloit at Mount Vernon.
Creighton against Morningside at Sioux
Iowa Wesleyan against Lombard at
Mount Pleasant.
State Teachers' college against Charles
City college at Charles City. , ,
One game, Des Moines against Penn
college, is played today at Oekaloosa.
Bowling- Notes.
The rolling of the Clara Belle team in
the Booster league has been little short
of sensational. They have twice broken
league records in individual games and
on total pins. Their score this week
was their latest contribution to the new
record column. Their 2.944 total is the
best score rolled this season, excepting
only the recent high total made by the
Metz team. The team is not a one-man
affair, but well balanced one, consisting
of such stars as Eidson, Wartchaw
Jaros, eain, Johnson and Stunz.
Firestone had a hard time getting
started Tuesday night. He came up
strong in the last game, finishing with a
fiE4 total.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Oct ?S.-Sd,
cial Telegram.) Grand Island High school
won the foot ball game here todayi fr.-wn i meal ticket
Charley Zarp is still the heavy man
for the Jetter team. He is going good In
both leagues and don't seem to have lost
any of the old-time accuracy he bad
when hewas state champion.
The Storz Bottlers got away nicely In
the Cellar league. Every man wis over
500. This Is good shooting.
Frank's Colts came very close to nab
bing three straight from the J. S; Cross
team. They lost one by the narrow mar
gin of two pins.
Grotte is delivering the goods for the
J. S. Cross team in the Gate City league.
His 641 this week is good rolling. This is
not his first good showing this season
and he bids fair to keep it up.
Look out fo Howell, every other week.
In the last four he has gone at the rate
of 649, 445, 678 and 433. Next week is his
big week. '
The Advos are right on the heels of
the Metz team. They are going good and
stand a good show of overtaking the
fast aggregation.
-A youthful follower of the game on
the r.'delines the other night made a re
mark that the rolling of Joe Berger's dope
ball was a good imitation of the Salome
dance. Henceforth Joe will call it the
"Salome ball."
Jimmy Fitzgerald was seen bowling in
his stocking feet the other night. Jimmy
got down to the game late and did not
have time to put on his bowling shoes.
Herr Hamlet has arranged several spe
cial matches for the coming week. He
will play a series of eight games with
Fred Balzer, total pins to count, and four
rames to be played on the association
Inter- aUeys and four on the Metropolitan al-
uvs. Next Sunday he plays a match
game wun riresione on me Asse';iiion
and Metropolitan alleys.
Kay Kennedy, South Omaha's Sham
rock pride, broke Into the Rooster league
Tuesday night with a fi6 total.
McCarthy's . rolling V this season has
placed him up among the sharks. Mac
is going a 101 gait in the Booster league
nd Is also piling- up good scores for the
Luxtis'team in the Omaha league.
Fen Vo"- won the Uneeda Qu'ck Lunch
on the Metropolitan alleys
the Metropolitan alleys Hamlet defeatcl
Balzer 16S pins.
"Stop 'em!" The Clara Belles have
won nine straight games in the Booster
Old-time bowlers could well learn a
lesson by watching those dentists. The
enthusiasm displayed by the members or
this new league is without a flaw.
Lathrup of the Cottage Arcs was" the
star shooter In the Gas league Wednes
day night. He piled up a total of u4,.
The Old Saxon Brau rolled the higiiest
total in thf- Morrison league Wednesday
night. One noticeable leature of the
match was the consistent rolling of the
placers. Fritscher. Ml; Gjerde, 638;
Si'h'oenman, 6M; Sclple, 526, and Yousen,
Dr. Cox was the star performer In the
Tri-aty Dental league this week. He
rolled a grand total of 685.
"Dutch" Kolanacheik is a new Gate
City roller. "Dutoh" is a southpaw and
throws a speedy hook ball.
Next Monday night Ted Neale and
Frank Conrad will play a ten-game series
with Sciple and Yousen.
Pat Anglesburg.has just returned tiom
a trip to the important bowling- centers
In Iowa. Pat had a few match games
with several of Iowa's best sharks and
returned with a pocketful of dimes.
Dan Butler has been practicing every
day and says that he intends to take up
a far of the challenges floating around
the city. Dan made three strikes In one
game Wednesday night. An attempt wasj
maoe ,io Keep n a secret, out the news
leaked out through the pin boy Dan for
got to tip.
Hard Game Expected
By Nebraska Eleven
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 26. -The outlook
tonight was for the appearance of many
substitutes In the Nebraska foot ball
lineup when It faces Adrian college Sat
urday on Nebraska's field. Harman, at
tackle, is still suffering from hurts re
ceived in the Minnesota game, Purdy Is
crippled and Halllgan, full back. Is unable
to play his usual game. The coaches are
drilling the scrubs for emergency use,
and several will probably go in at the
start. The practice drill today by the
regulars was lively, but not satisfactory
to Coach Stlehm. The Adrian eleven,
which Is expected to arrive this evening,
is reported to be fully as heavy as the
Cornhuskers, and the Nebraska men must
depend on their speed if they win, as
they expect to.
Rlchard Cruoe was burned to death and
property damage of $UK),O0O done by a
fire that destroyed seven brick buildings
here early today. The blaze started In
a theater building from an unknown
Cruoe, a brother of M. H. Oruee, a
banker, roomed over a drug )ptore that
was burned. Rescuers who were unable
to enter the structure heard shouts:
"Boys, I'm lost!" Just before the build
ing collapsed. Search of the ruins after
the fire failed to disclose the body.
Authorities here believe the fire was
of incendiary origin, as the nozzles of
the fire hose were missing when the
alarm was turned in. Twenty minutes
later they were found In a sewer. By
the time that the water was turned on
the fire was beyond control.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25. Proposed In
creases In railroad transportation charges
were suspended by the Interstate Com
i(erce commission today as follows:
Two cents a-hundred pounds on starch
by the Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific
from points in Iowa to points In Mis
souri, when Intended for shipment be
yond, the increases being effected by
the cancellation of existing commodity
rates and the application of class rates
until February 8. About 3(1 per cent by
western lines on shipment of excelsior
from St. Paul, Minn., to Kansas City;
Mo., and other western and southwest
ern destinations until February 12.
Drake Squad Does
Not Show Tip Well
DKS MOINES. la., Oct. 25-Prospects for
putting the full strength of the Drake
squad in the game against Slmpsoi., Sat
urday, has lessened with each day's prac
tice this week. While none of the men.
are especially damaged, those wh played
against Kansis have not rounded into
shape as expected.
The Initial, lineup Saturday will pro'u
ably find substitutes playing the halves,
at one end, and at quarterback. The
greatest to the team Is Simons, whose
forward pass usually Is a factor in the
team's work.
LEIPSIC, Germany, Oct. 2f,.-An at
tempt to obtain from the Duchess de
Talleyrand (Anna Gould) the sum of
$10G,K0 was declared' yesterday to be
founded on extortion and usury by the
Imperial supreme court.
A real estate company having claims
agulmst tho Due de Talleyrand sent a
representative to the duo and duchess
when they were staying at a Berlin
hotel In l.'Hl and forced the duchess to
sign a note for the amount by threaten
ing her with arrest. The. court decided
that the note was not valid.
Ames Men Feel that
Next Games Are Easy
AMES, la., Oct 25. Light practice has
been meted out to the Ames foot ball squad
this -week. The game against Grinnell
Is not considered critical. It will be fol
lowed with another essy game against
Morningside unless the' Sioux City team
the Kearney Military acalemv eleven. I ,at r;erl ,s a big fellow and mm- shows better form than it has In its early
Romey's place kick in the last three mm.-, " . UK! nu wc" Delore games. , ...
utes of play wan the game, giving Grand j In a fire-game match on the Associa
Island the only three rWrts made In the tlon alleys Fred Balzer defeated Hei r
game. The teams wre evenly matched i Hamlet bv a ma-"in rf fi:ty pins. Bal-
to'M vi a"X with an eve-see of
-,d,,B. t a.,,ra0 1
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 25. -With a
knife in his hand Ma the w Bocarde,
brother of former Supervisor J. B. Bo
carde, crept into His wife's bedroom this
morning to kill her while she slept. The
woman awoke, leaped from bed and
.grappled with him. Bocarde threw her to
the floor and slashed her throat.
Mrs. Bocarde lay still, feigning death.
Her husband went Into an adjoining
room and cut his own throat.
The wife will live. The husband, It Is
believed, will die. It is supposed he
went suddenly Insane.
In a riturn match on
"All the men who played against Mis
souri are in shape, with the exception of
Crawford, at- guard. He could play If
necessary, but. he is being held to gala
better condition. .
AUBURN, N. T Oct. 2S The national
board of arbitration of the National Asso
ciation of Professional Base Ball leagues
today handed down these decisions:
Claims allowed: Player Davis against
York, Neb.; Oakland against Troy.
Claims disallowed: W. Earl against
Illinois-Missouri league; O. Shannon
against Great Falls.
Awards: Player Nelson to Lyons, Kan
Deputy Sheriff Shot
By Greek Strikers
BINGHAM. I'tiih. Oct 26.leputy Sher
iff Tid well was h t In the breast and
probably fatally wounded and Fred
Marines, Hum foreman, was shot In the
arm in n fight between officers and
Grwk strikers, which marked the re
siimrtlon of niK rations by l!m I niteil
States mine tramway Unlay. Two Greeks
being taken to work by TMwell also
were shot uiwl -me seriously Injured.
Dozens of liiiliets from the rifles of the
pickets fell at Uie feet of it. S. Miller,
ciii tuln of a detachment of guards, who
was slur, Hi g In t lie rear of the United
States mine office when the firing
opened. SiMeen guards rushed to the
scene as Tldwell fell, and Immediately
opvneii fire on the assailants, who fled
to Hie hi Ms. A posse of 150 mounted
deputies heavily ninud started In pur
suit. The blowing of Hie whistle, for the men
to go to work ut Hie mine was Hie signal
for the attack by the men, who were en
trenched In the hills across ' the gulch
from the mine. They fired several vol
leys before they retreated.
cradle last evening, both seemed a little
ill, but their parents are at a loss to ex
plain the strange double -fatality.
LONDON, Oct. 25. Reports are current
hern of serious trouble in Crete. The
Un ek government has announced the ap-
iioliituient of former Premier Stephen
Dragoumis as governor-general oi tho
Island, which Is In defiance of the ar
rangement of the European powers. Dra
uonnils is said to have arrived In Crete
to take up his appointment.
Censored telegrams received today from
Crete refer to a naval demonstration by
the warshlpps of the powers, which is
said to have been ineffective.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 25.-After his con
science already had driven him. to mall
back to the Soo line freight office all
the checks still uncashed among the
seventy-three Htolen from a railway mes
senger yesterday, the police say Owen
Morris, a former freight checker for the
road, was arrested today by detectives.
Detectives declare Morris, who is only
22 years old, broke down In tho presence
of his wife and child, and made a full
confession, Implicating A. L. Borke as
the man who aided him in cashing the,
checks. Borke also was arrested.
The foot, ball team of the High School
of Commerce will play the Deaf Insti
tute eleven this afternoon at 8:30 o'clock
at the Deaf Institute.
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.-United by death as
well as by birth, Genevieve and Jeun
nette Wiley, twins, 2 months old, were
this morning found dead in their cradle.
Their father, James Wiley, who d'scov
ered the babies were dead, said that until
last night they had always seemed In
good health.
When the twins were put Into their
BOSTON. Oct. 25.-An Indictment charg
ing the larceny of tl,000 from four
Michigan copper mining companies was
returned today against Stephen R. Dowe,
a stockbroker. Dowe was released on
15,000 cash bail. The Indictment alleged
tl'.Ht the defendant wrongfully obtained
funds from the Indiana, Algomah, Frank
lin and North l.ake Mining companies.
Dowe resigned as president of these cor
porations at the time of the failure of
Stephen R. Dowe & Co. last month. '
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Courteous sales men,
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