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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1913.
R. Harding Davis Has Nothing on Mutt and Jeff as War Correspondents :. Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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DOANE TIES WITH ST. MARY'S
Two Teams 5ut Up Sorappy Battle
on Kansas Field.
SC0tE SUNS. SEVEN TO SEVEN
Tlfreni of Ctrie College llnro One
of 'lardest (James of Year
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CilETR Net., Nov. M.-i(Hpcclal Tele
gram.) Th Doano. Tlscta returned Irom
BL Mary, Kan., at 12.40 p. m.. whom
eight of the boys played their lat gtmo
tie score ot 7 to 7. St Marys won th
tms and chosa to kick and recovered on
a ihort kick and then cnrrled the ball
to Daana's twenty-ynrd line and lost ott
downs. Iioth t)atiiB resorted to punts ahd
the first period ended, 0 to 0.
In the second IqiArter P6'ne gained the
ball on the thirty-yard lino and punted.
Johnston recovered ahd wont to St.
Marys thlrty.yard line then: with Wo
passes fronv.Krebs to Kretslnser and
Koester Poane scored. Kretalnccr kicked
goal. In the second halt Bt Marys scored
In th first three minutes of play by
fakes and a pass from Mulleady to Don
donvllle, Uurns kicked goal.
In the last quarter Doane rocotved
kick, , but lost on a fumble, then 8L
Marys with line bucks went to Doaij's
cne-yu-d line and fumbled. Krcbs gained
the ball and made 'a. run to St Marys'
twentir-yard line, Doane failed on downs,
Bt Marys went tq Doane'. fifteen-yard
Hn n4 tried to place kick which was
Woekftd, the rcevered and attempted
sc&Ui, tut the ball missed about four
Inchep, Medlar punted to 8t Marys'
thirty-yard Use and the trama ended.
DvMNB, . , ST. -MAUY'S,
North Platte Team
is Entertained by
Some Omaha Friends
. The .North Flatta foot, ball team was
given a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner
and a rouslnr reception bt the .home of
B, j, Neville era Jones street, last night
after ths gora was completed and the
boys were allowed to fcreojc their strin
gent training rules. Coach M. K. Neville
bf ihe North Platte team Is a relative of
Mr. Neville and as Mr. Neville's son Is a
member of the Omaha squad and played
at quarter book for a few minutes against
the 'boys from the upper Platte, Mr.
Neville decided to make the boys' stay as
pleasant as possible.
Although the Irksome thought of defeat
was hard to overcome1 the boys ha1 a
Joyous evening and aftfr they secured
their fill of the Thanksgiving morsels
the atmosphere of gloom entirely evap
Most of the North Platte rooters, ot
whom quite a number were girls, are still
Ih Omaha, as they came here with the
express purpose of spending the holidays
with friends and relatives. A few who
only came to see the game returned horns
on the night trains.
NAYY IS SLIGHT FAYORITE
Brilliant Contest" Expected on Polo
ARMY NOT WITHOUT BACKERS
must, . ks.
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R.O, ,,, Concad
R.H. ;. Sullivan
hoadi linesman. Hamilton. Tounhilnwn'
IDontonvllln. Goal from touchdowns!
Omaha Boy Manages
Following a successful season as as-,
alstant manager of trie Dartmouth foot
ball team, Jehn U, Loomls ot Omaha has
been elected .manager of the eleven for
the 19M seabn. Ho Is a son of N. II.
itoomls, solictor general of the Union
Pacific railroad,, and was prominent In
Omaha High sohool affairs white a stu
dent here. His father has just returned
from a two weeks' eastern trip, and
rays that his eon's . team played good
foot ball against Carlt In the recent
gome, although defeated.
PA ROURKE TO SEE THE
ARMY AND NAVY GAME
William A. Rourke ha written Omaha
from New Tork, where he Is at present
on his wedding trip, announcing that he
has been Invited to bo the guest of Frank
Farrell at the Polo grounds Saturday af
ternoon when the army and navy clash
In their annual gridiron battle. Mr.
Rourke has accepted the Invitation and
will do his best to make himself just as
conspicuous as -the president He will
return to Omaha the latter part of next
week probably' Thursday;
Start Thtir knm Mid-Stison
Ciufiftci Salt of Suits,
Griffith Wants the
Runner-Up to Be
In on the Money
Clark Griffith, who has slnco time Im
memorial been a victim of bnso ball cir
cumstances, has finally come to the con
clusion that Washington Is bound by
fato never to win a pennant, for tllo Old
Fox ho sot forth a new Kiiovance and
wishes to have the teams whor finish
second and third In the pennant race re
warded for their endeavors. Sir. Griffith
believe -that It would only bo appropriate
for the team which finishes second to
recolve tlQ.000 for so doing, and that the
third team In the raco should bo' given
Cripple Knocks Up"
Flies for the Boys
Fred J. Wltto, tho crippled newsdealer
who ha had his stand on the stops of
the United States National bank building
for many years, celebrated Thanksgiving
by "knocking up flies" for the boys near
Hanscom park during the Jato afternoon.
Although ho Is unable to stand unas
sisted he used the bat and ball whllo
tlttlnc down and nra6l hlmnolf n Vw
quite a latter. Ho said ho was thankful
he could use his arms, even though his
lower limbs are useless.
It' just another Instance ot their big,
broad way of doing things giving their
patron the btnaflt ot every underprlce
occasion at a time when It will do them
the greatest service and they will ap
preciata it the most
The sale 1 ono that women of Omaha
and vidnlty have learned ' to wait' tor,
realising from past experience that the
elections are beat and 'the values are
greatest of any time during the season.
This Tear it will be1 bigger and better
than aver. Mora fine suit and more
wonderful value than Orkln Brothers
ever offered in any like sale, and to re
alize that you certainly must appreciate
the fact that the money saving possi
bilities are simply wonderful. In fact
it's an opportunity to buy your suit now
In November at January prioea about
bait toe regular price.
Tho .entire stock of high class suits
is Included not a single garment re-
ssrved. Every favored material Is rep-resent-
I the choicest colors and
scores ot pretty Individual and exclu.
alva Styles ready for your choosing. It's
Indeed a wonderful opportunity for you
to tecuf the prettitut and oholcest ap.
parti a( toe most amazing reductions
of ths seaaoa.
JOE TINKER BACK TO CUBS
IS THE TALK AT CHICAGO
Joe Tinker, who- has gone tho way of
all mailagera who essay to manage the
Cincinnati team in their old right, is tho
center ot a good deal of dope talk, not
the least Interesting of which Is that ho
may land back on his native heath at
short for tho Cubs.
it will be 'recalled that President Mur
phy announced his Intention ot dispens
ing with at loast eight Cubs ot 1913. In
the list Corrlden Is snld to be Included,
possibly also Roger Ilresnahan, kept at
10,000, It 1 thought, as the successor to
JSvers should he fall down on tho man
agerial job. John did not fall and now
rumor h 'L Murphy Is ready for a
dial on Roger. . .
Roger and Corrlden for Tinker Is the
Certainly the Cubs can use greater
strength at short although Al Brldwoll
is a good man. Tinker still ought to go
along fast for some -seasons, though Mur
phy, in letting him go, said he was slow
ing up. -
How it would suit Joe to return and
play Under his old sldbklcker, Johnny
Ever, is another question. There Is
msny a )lp 'twlxt cup and Up In such a
deal, but tho story Is fine for winder con
Statistics Hiving Weight nnd Height
of Member of Both Tennis
Nnvy Una Won Nine anil
NEW TOniC, Nov. M.-The final chap-
ter of 1S1J foot ball history will bo com
pleted tomorrow with the playing of the
annual Army-Navy foot ball
the Polo grbutftls In this city. In honor
of tho occasion New York, which has
not been the ceno of a gridiron classla
In mort than a decade, has taken on the
combined aspect of a military encamp
ment and a college campus. As If to
refute the charge that ho thinks but of
and In dollars, the busy Inhabitant of
commercial canyons has cost aside busi
ness cares and is talking tonight In a
weird jargon consisting of equal part ot
foot ball, military and naval vernacular,
That tha game, asldd from Its spectacu
lar features and attendant gathering of
notables, will result In a contest abound.
Ing In brilliant foot ball play and strat
egy, is the opinion of those who have
followed the gridiron career of the two
elovens during the present season. Al
though tho Navy team is a alight favor
ite, owing to It Imprcsslvo list of vie-
Pits backers, who aro willing to wager
that, like Yale, the Soldiers in their final
stand of tho year will be far more for
mldablo than generally believed,
Nat? Is Favorite,
It is on this ability to arise to the oc
casion that the supporters of the. cadets'
are counting on the game tomorrow, for,
judged by their season's records, the:odds
of 10 to 7 offered by unaffiliated foot
ball followers scorn to bo Justified. Tho
Middles have developed tl'l season one
ot the heaviest, yet fastest teams of
recent years and havo mowed down alL
mil ono team punng cigni games pre
ceding tho Army test. In. the opening
game ot the schedule, thq powerful Uni
versity of Pittsburgh eleven succeeded In
holding tho Navy to a no-score tie.
Thrf Middles followed this 'inauspicious
opening by rolling up double figure
cores on the succeeding sevejn teams and
ire generally credited with having one
ot the got elevens that ever represented
tho naval academy.
Although the cadets will follow the
jsual custom of wagering oyen with the
toldlers on tho chances of their team to
morrow, it Is generally conceded that the
Army record litis autumn ddes not war
rant such generosity on tho part ot the
averago foot ball follower. The West
Point team ha played erratlo foot ball
all season, winning games from strong
opponents by one-sided scores only to
lapse a week later against eleven ot
similar caliber. The soldier just escaped
defeat by Colgate and Tufts and were
completely outplayed by Notre Dame.
Karly this month the combination ap
peared to find Itself and ran up scores
over the. half -century mark In games with
Albright and Villanova.
Ileaalts of Other On men.
What may be expected in the way of a
close,' hard-fought contest Is indicated in
a general way by the results of preced
ing games ot tho series. Since the
elevens of the two academics first met
In 1S90 seventeen games have been played,
bt which the Navy has, won nine and tho
Army seven, with one a tie. In these sev
enteen games the Army has scored 160
point to tho Navy' 130. The largest
score of the series was made by the Army
team of 1903 when It defeated the Bailor,
40 to 0. Tho smallest score victories wcro
thoso of tho Navy In 1910 and 1911, when
. . . . i a i
a single neia goal gave ine miuuiea a
3-polnt margin over the soldiers.
The probable lineup and physical stat-
tlstlcs of the two team for tomorrow
Player nnd Position. Wt
H. U Ingram, L. E..
n. n. Ralston, X T
WILLIAM DWYER, FORMER
BASE BALL PLAYER, IS DEAD
DKS MOINES, la., Nov. M. William
Dwyer, once manager ot the Des Moines
Western league team and Us leader
when it gained the league championship
in 190, died in WatcrbUry, Conn., early
today, according to a message received
here this afternoon. Tuberculosis was
he cause of death.
Oxford Falls to Score on Alma
ALMA, Neb., Nov. 21 (Speclal.-The
foot ball season closed at Alma Thanks
giving day when the Alma High school
team defeated the Oxford team by a score
of IS to 0, In a clean. Well played game
before a large crowd of lovers ot this
sport The local team is composed ot all
light weight men, who make up for the
lack of beet In fast work and the use ot
Two Glrnvfood Tepms Lose.
GLENWOOD. la., Nov. Si 8pdaU-
uienwooa was aeieatea twice on Thanks-
ftvlng evening at basket bait Glenwood
llgh achoot I; South Omaha "Squsbs."
SL. Pomuuy I of aienwood wu dafriteil
j by company K of Corning at Corning.
1 1A tn 11
G. T. Howe, L 0 304 8.00
It F. Perry, u ".w
3. H. Brown. R. 0 205 6.02
R. U Vaughan, It T 191 6.02
k. i: uncnnsi iu.j, it. iki o,vj
W. 8. Nlcholls, Q. B 163 6.09
K. U Blodgott I H 197 6.02
C. J. MeReavy, It II 178 6.00
II. Harrison. F. B 180 6.10
R. J. Mitchell, Q. B 164 6.08
H. II. Vail, Q. B 1(9 6.10
H. It Leonard, Jr., II. B.... 161 6.09
O. II. Falling, H. B 190 6.11
W. D. Alexander. II. B.... 164 6.10
J. II. Miles, II. B 164 6.07
It W. Bates, F. B 1GS 6.07
II. E. Overesch. end 18 6.11
J. It Redman, tackle 18 6.00
J. W..Wlck, tackle 184 6.10
R. N. Kennedy, guArd.,,.,. 181 , 6.oi
A. T, Bmmerson; guard... 71M 6.10
II. K. Hirer, guard ..IK , 6.11
A. W. Walk, center ITS ' 6.11
J. P. Markoe, L, E.. 170 6.00
W. W. Wynne. L. T 187 6.10
W. G. Jones, L. G 190 6.10
T. J. McEwnn. C 195 6.01
II. Huston, If G 193 6.02
A. M. Weyond, It T...v... 195 8.01
U A. Merrlllat R. 10....... 165 6.00
V. E. Pilchard. Q. b 168 6.10
It F. Hoge (C), U II 168 5.10
P. A, Hcdgson, It II 167 6.11
C. C. Benedict F. B 170 6.10
J. It Jouett I IB 166 6.00
0. Packard, L. T 178 6.11
1. J. O'Hare. L. G , 195 6.00
J. C. WaddeUY C 189 6.00
T. B. Larkln. R. T , 178 ' 6.11
It. B. Meacham, R. 0 190 6.00
W. If. Brltton, It B.. ...... 170 6.10
W, W. Doe, Q. B... , 156 6.09
F. W, Mllburn. U H... 151 6.08
L. 8. Hobbs. It H..... 170 K.m
js. Ij. rora, sr. d 176
The scores of previous games In the
Army-Navy aeries follow:
1890- rNavV,'24: Army..0.
1891- Army, S2; Navy, 16.
1892- Navy, 12; Army, 4.
1S33 Navy, 6: Army, 4.
1899-Army, 17; Navy. 5.
1960-Navy. 11; Army. 7.
1901-Army, It; Navy, 6,
1909 Army, 22; Navy, 8.
1903 Army, 40; Navy, 8.
1901 Army, "11; Navy, 0.
1906 Army, 6; Navy, 8.
1908 Navy, 10; Army, 0.
1907 Navy, 6; Army, 0.
1908 Army, 6; Navy, 4.
1910 Navy. 8: Army. 0.
1911 Navy, J; Army, 0.
1912 Navy, 6; Army, 0.
The records ot the" rival eleven this
October 4 Army, W Stevens, 0.
October 11 Army, 2a; Rutgers, a
October 18-Army, 7; Colgate, 6.
October US-Army. 2; Tutts, 0.
November 1 Army, 13; Notre Dame, 33.
November 8 Army, 77; Albright, 0.
November 15-Army, 65; yillanpva, 0.
November 22 Army, 14; Sprlnfield, 7.
Totals Army, 231: Opponents, 48.
October 4-Navy. 0; Pittsburgh, 0.
October 11 Navy, 23; Georgetown, 0.
October 18 Navy, 24; Dickinson, 0.
October 25-Navy. 76; Maryland Agricul
tural college, 0.
November 1 Navy, s; ienisn, y.
November 8 Navy, 70; BUcknell, 7.
November 15 Navy. 10; Pennsylvania
8Ae. . ... .
Novemoer z avy, ti nr
Totals navy, aw; uypunoino, ..
HARVARD HIGH TRIMMED
BY THEY0RK ELEVEN
YORK, Neb., Nov. 27.-(Special Tele
gram.) Two games ot foot ball were
played here this, afternoon. Seward fire
department was defeated by the York
fire dopartment 14 to 0, and the Harvard
High school team by York High school,
47 to 0.
Poultry Show Plnnned,
ASHLAND, Neb,, Nov. 27.-(Speclal.)-
The third annual show of the Union
Poultry association will be held In the
Whlsler building here December 2, 3, 4, 6
and 6. Grand prize ribbons, sweepstakes
ribbons and many cash prizes will be of-
Set Crushing Defeat
Frank Quigley's All-Star team waa
crushlngly defeated yesterday by the fast
up-state Nebraakans, losing to the Wisner
team by the score of 27 te 0. The Wisner
town team has not been scored on this
SQUABS BEAT GLENWOOD
IN BASKET BALL CONTEST
The Young Men' Christian association
boys' team, known aa the Squabs, de
feated, the Glenwood High school Thanks
giving evening In a one-sided basket ball
game, winning by .the score of 26 to 8,
Glenwood was completely outclassed,' not
making a basket during tho entire game.
For Omaha McLafferty and Painter
we're the stars, their team work being
responsible for fourteen ot Omaha'a
The 8quabs are desirous of meeting out
side team, weighing under lis pound.
Ths' Squabs ore working fof the city
championship, claiming to have the. best
team of Its class In the city. For gomes
write to George McLafferty of tho "Omaha
Young Men's Christian association.
STORM LAKE HIGH HANDS
CIPHER TO WEBSTER CITY
STORM LAKE, la., Nov. 2S.-(8peclal
Telegram.) Outplaying their opponent
In every department of the game. Storm
Lake High defeated Webster High here
today, S to 0. Storm Lake scored in
the first four minutes of play nnd was
able to win on every kind ot play,
Holmes proved the star, ground gainer.
Captain Troeger, Walker and Stull
showed, real toot ball.
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PULL WAH00 TO VICTORY
WAItOO, Neb., Nov. 28.-(Special Tele-i
gram.) Wahoo high school foot ball
squad defeated tho Nchawka high school
team by a score of 20 to 6 this afternoon.
Louis Hamilton and the two Karlson
brothers were the ground gainer 'for
Wahoo. The quarterback for Nehawka
was their star player.
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