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You Dont Always Have to Settle at the Other Fellow's Figures
LOPES WIN WITrf A RECROITB0ST0NS DEFEAT
DAN TIPPLE WINS
AND THEN LOSES
Rourke Star Twirler Blanks Wichita
in First Fray, but Is Ham
mered in Second.
SPORTS SECTION f
FOOT BALL SEASON
Bush Hurler Wins for Lincoln
Against Des Moines.
PIRATES IN SIXTH
IN -WEST AT HAND
FETAL SCORE. IS THREE TO TWO
Brares Drive in Seven Scores in that
Gridiron Season in Central States
Frame of Contest with
FINAL SCORE IS NINE TO THREE
in Full Swing, with Opening
Although, llitmr Tram la Oathlt, tt
Slip Away nlk Opeatnar
rnnt af the
ALLOWS BUT THREE BLOWS
OTHER TEAMS ALREADY START
Only Two Wiohitese Reach Second
and They Lie Ignominious
LINCOLN. Neb., Sept. 19,-Isncoln used
Visitors Tally ThreeTimes in Second,
Maroon Prospects This Year Said to
Mora, a recruit pitcher. In the opening
game today of the Des Molnnes series,
and he won. although the local were
When Davis Passes Two and
Three Hit Safely.
COOPER GROWS WILD IN BOX
Be Growing Brighter a Train
ing Time Approaches.
IHOMASOFS HOMER ONLY RUN
SIX REGULARS EXPECTED BACK
But that One Count Was Enough to
Trim Walter Slagle,
TIP WINS SEVEN STRAIGHT
Dlsasfrone Second Game Breo-ka
Record Pnlrhrltodlnona Harler
lias Been Compiling; Dar
ing; Last Month.
WICHITA, Kan., Sept. 15.-(Fpecial
Telegram 1 By winning the first name
of a double-header here today Dan Tipple,
Rourke's etar twirier, accomplished hla
seventh straight victory. In essaying to
make It eight even by pitching; the sec
end contest, the youngster fell down,
Wichita getting; away with the long end
of a 10 to t score.
The Omaha lad was Invincible In the
first game, holding the Jobbers to three
Scattered hits, but two men reached sec
ond base. O'Rourke walked in the first
and stole second and singled In the
fourth and again stole. Slagle waa pitch
ing- almost as good ball for Wichita and
the only accre to count was Tbomason's
home run in the fourth Inning.
The Rourkes missed a chance to count
a second run by Plow base running. In
the eighth O'Rourke'a error put Schlleb
ner on and Seabaugh sacrificed. Tipple
doubled to center, but Schllebner was
thrown out at the plate on the relay from
Thomas at short played a star game
for Omaha and Rapp featured In the
field t'i- V Uhtta.
Rent Fatal for Tip.
Tlpp'' . c-Vcd so good In the first game
that M. r- -, r Condlng sent him back In
the ma . The ten-minute rest threw
him iff .- ml (he Jobbers started In col
lecting base hits In the first Inning. Two
lilts and an error scored two runs. A
doublo and a single scored another In the
icond. Four hits and a sacrifice fly
counted three In the fourth. Three sin
gles and two stolen bases scored two In
the fourth. Three singles counted one in
the fifth. A double and a single scored
one In the" sixth.
Scott was on the mound for Wihi
and he was hit almost as freely aa Tip
ple, but they did not come In the pinches.
Hell's single and Thomaaon's double
sored one In the first. Thomas and
Schllebner singled In the second, Bea-
baugh and Payne singled In the third.
Krueger and Thomas singled In the
fourth, but without effect.
m To show Low the luck waa breaking
against Omaha, In the second gam three
singles, a double and a sacrifice seore?
but two runs. Tipple fanned to start the
fourth. Payne singled and King- doubled.
Pell' sacrifice fly scored Payne. Thoma
son singled, scoring Krug. Kraeger sin
gled, but Thomas waa out, O'Rourke to
Henry. Krug singled In the seventh and
Bell's double put runners on second and
third, but Thomason popped to Henry
snd Krueger flew to Jones. Score, first
H. O. A.
Payne, 8b 4
Krug, 2b , 3
Pell, ir. 4
Thomason. cf 4
KrucRer, rf. 3
Thomas, ss 3
S.-hllebner, lb S
Tipple, p. ...
Tydeman. rf. ...
Nicholson, If. .
K mrke, 2b. ...
J itzslmmons, ss.
Totals 29 0 3 27 17 1
Omaha 00010000 01
Wichita 00000000 0-0
Two-base hits: Krueger, Tipple. Home
run: Thomason. Stolen bases: O'Rourke
til. Double play: Thomae to Schllebner.
xBases on balls: Off Tipple, 1. Left on
t-lawies: Omaha. 3; Wichita. 3. Struck
ijfct: By Tipple, : by Slagle, 2. Time:
J:t7. Umpire: Myers. Score, second
AB. R. H. O.
Tydeman. rf 4
Mchoison, ir j
O'Rourke, 2b 4
Fltzolmmons, ss. .. 4
Bills, rf 4
Rapp, 3b 4
Henry, lb. 3
Jones, c 3
Scott, p 3
18 a 8
AB. R, H. O.
4 12 1
4 12 2
3 12 2
4 0 2 8
4 0 2 0
3 0 2 1
3 0 14
3 0 15
3 0 0 0
Payne, Sb. ....
Krueger, rf. .
Thomas, ss. .
Schllebner, 1 .
Seabaugh, C. .
Tipple, p. ....
,1 0 o O
2 13 2 1
Called seventh, bv agreement.
Ieft on bases: Omaha, 7; Wichita, 7.
Sacrifice hits: Bell. Henry. Two-base
hits: Henry. Bills (3). Krug. Bell. Stolen
bases: Boll, Nicholson (2), O'Rourke.
Struck out: By Tipple, 4; by Scott. 6.
Bases on balls: Off Tipple, 3. Wild
pitch: By Tipple. Time: 1:22. Umpire:
Red Sox Can't Hit
Recruit; Naps Win
CLEVELAND, Sept 19. Boston was un
able to hit Tedrow. the Cleveland left
handed recruit from Portsmouth, O., to
day and Cleveland won, 5 to 1, Collins
was knocked out of the box In the seventh
Inning. Tedrow helped to win his own
game wltb a two-baa hit with two oa.
Score: ' R.H K.
Cleveland 1 0 0 S 1
Boston 0 0 0 I 0 0 0-1 7 0
O'NfllJ; Boston, . Collins, Bed lent and
Jaeohaen Awarded Medal.
It Is aniiouned that Outfielder B II Jacob
xen. better known as "Baby Doll," of
the Chattanonga club, haa been awarded
the Rosa diamond trophy as the most
useful player In the Southern league thta
season, decided by a vote of the commia
eion, composed of on sport writer in tach
H O. A. E. I
0 5 10
18 2 1
19 0 0
1 3 0 0
0 10 0
n i o o
0 o o o
1 5 3 0
0 0 6 0
4 27 11 1
H. O. A. R.
2 0 0 0
0 3 0 0
0 11 2 0
0 10 0
3 5 0 0
12 3 0
10 0 0
O 1 ti 0
0 2 4 0
7 24 16 0
Lloyd, lb 1
Wlllama, lb 4
Sehetber, cf 1
Altman, rf 2
Ortet. 3b 2
Breen. If. .
Hahn, rf. ...
Jones, lb. ,
Hunter, of. .
Haley, c. ...
Ewaldt. Sb. .
Hogan, p. ...
Uncoln 0 0 1 0.0 2 0
De Moines 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Earned runs: Lincoln, 3; Ies Molnnes. 1.
Two-lace hits: Rrecn. Unify. Left on
banes: Lincoln, 3; Des Moinc, 6. Double
play: Jones. Stolen base: Bieen. Sacri
fice hit: Ewuldt. Struck out: By Morse.
3: hv Hogan, . Hn.v on bnlis: Kit
Morse. 2: off Hogan. 4. Wild pitches:
Hogan (5). Trrne: 1:30. lmplre: Cullen.
Bruins Take Pair
'- From Holland Boys
DENVER, Colo., Scpte-19. Denver won
bcth games of a double-header from St.
Joseph today. 9 to 8 and 3 to 2. The first
game went ten innings. The second game
was called at the end of the sixth on ac
count of darkness.
Score, first game:
I. R. H. O. A. E.
2 0 2 3 1
12 3 4 0
2 1 10 1 0
1 2 0 0 0
1 4 2 0 0
0 0 14 0
0 0 4 0 0
rt 0 1 1 0
0 0 2 0 2
0 10 0 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
8 11 14 3
1. R. IT. O. A. E.
2 3 4 3 0
12 2 11
2 4 10 0
2 2 0 0 0
1 1 4 B 0
0 1 14 0 0
0 2 0 3 0
0 0 5 .1 0
0 0 0 ! .
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2 0
1 0 0 0 0
IB 30 18 1
I the eighth.
Haskell, p ,
Two out when winning run scored.
St. Joseph 0 O0OJ1 040 1-SI
Denver 4 (V 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
Rrntn kiM Vf kit.. !
Kaye. McCarty. Coffey. Three-hase hltsijlJlOSe MatCUeS in
Williams, Fox. Struck out: By Thomas,
2; by Vance. 2; by Gaskell, 3: by Si lifcl
ber, 2. Bases on balls: Off Thomas, 1;
off Vance. 3; off Gaskell, 4: off Zaniloch,
1 Double plays: Matthews to Coffey to
Fisher: Burrell to Krltton to Patterson:
Cussldy to Fisher; Hchrolber to Coffey to
Matthews. Hits: Off Thomas. 13 In seven
Innings; off Vance, 2 In two and one-third
innings; off Gaskell, 9 In seven and two
thirds Innings: off Schrclber, 1 In two
thirds Inning. Time: 2:38. Umpires: Van
Syckle and Stockdale.
Score, second game:
H. O. A. E.
10 0 0
0 10 0
12 2 0
0 10 0
0 0 0 0
0 10 0
0 0 0 0
IS 6 1
H. O. A. E.
0 2 0 0
0 2 0 0
2 2 0 0
10 0 0
0 10 0
0 6 10
0 13 0
13 0 0
6. 18 0
Burrell. 8b 1 2
Fox. If 2 0
Britton, 2b 3 0
Patterson, lb 3 0
Williams, rf 2 0
Watson, cf 8 0
Stoioff. as 1 0
Griffith, c 2 0
Agnew 1 0
Bennett, rf 0 0
dterzer 1 0
Totals 20 2
Matthews, 2b 2- 0
Cassldy, rf 2 0
McCarty, cf 8 1
Butcher, If 2 0
Coffey, ss 1 1
FUher, lb 3 0
Fa ye, 3b I 0
Block, c 1 1
Harrington, p 1 0
Batted for William In fifth.
Batted for "Willey In sixth.
Culled end sixth, darkness.
OiSt. Joseph 1 oooi o-2
OlDeiwer 0 2 1 0 0 -3
0 j Stolen bases: Burrell. Patterson. Block.
0 Two-base hits: McCarty. Britton. Three-
0 baso hit: Harrington. Struck out: By
O.WIiley, 3; bv Harrington, 3. Bases on
balls: Off Willey. 4; off HarrinKton, 3.
OjTinie: 1:15. Umpires: Van Syckle and
1 Sloe kdule.
Dodgers Twice Beat
the Cincinnati Reds
0 BROOKLYN. N. Y., Sept. lfl.-Brooklyn
5 twice defeated Cincinnati today, 6 to 0 and
lis to . Viiigling. by a single with two
Ojdown in the eight, spoiled a no-hlt, no
!run game for If offer, whose teammutea
! pounded" Ames hard. Wheat got a homer
off YlnclinK in the seventh. urooKiyn
tied the second game with two runs In the
seventh and wou In the eighth with (wo
runs scored on singles by Wheat, Egan
and Miller. Brooklyn used four pitchers.
Brilliant catches by Wheat saved Brook
lyn on several occasions. Score first
Cincinnati ...6 0000000 00 1 2
Brooklyn 0 0500010
Batteries: Amea, Ylngllng and Goniales,
UlockBon; Pivffcr and McCarty.
Score second game: R.H.H..
Cincinnati 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 tO-6 11 1
BrklV 1 0 0 1112 3 14 8
Muttei-ies: Iear. Douglas and Ooaxales;
Ragan, Schmuts. Steele, Allen and Miller.
LORD, REPUTED ORGANIZER OF
FIRST BALL CLUB HERE, DEAD
MILWAUKEE. WTa., Sept. 1.-Charlei
M. Lord, who is said to have organised
the first base ball clu bin Omaha and
nas Deen manager or tne Evsnsvine, ma..
j and St. Joseph, Mo., teams, died here to
North I.onp Wine.
ORD. Neb., Sept. IS.-h Special Telegram.)
The second game of the series went to
North Loop. Score: U.H.E.
North Loop...) 0 1 0 1 1 S tH 4 3
Old 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 8
batteries: Wright and Davis; ThulssLng
and Shannon, Umpire: Qulgley,
Conselman. Who Replaces Him, Hit
for Double and Single.
THESE ADD FOUR TO THE ROLL
Gorerner Tener, National l,rti
Presides, and Ilia Wife Among
Spectators Seeing the
BOSTON, Sept. IS. With Governor
Tener of Pennsylvania, the National
league president, and Mrs. Tener among
the spectators. Boston overwhelmed Pitts-
made three runs In the second Inning,
i. - a .i . i ..
n ri.ii I'd, in '!"!.rtj i u mrii mm iiiicv
others hit safely.
Cooper, In the box for Pittsburgh, be
came wild In the sixth, passing two men,
after which hits brought In three runs.
Conselman, who replnced him was hit for
a double and singles, the net result of
which was four more runs before the In
ning whs ended. Score: R.H.E
Pittsburgh 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 (V-3 10 S
Boston 0 1000710 -9 8 1
Batteries: Cooper, Conselman, Kan
tlehner and Coleman; Davis, Tyler and
Sioux Cop Battle
On Topeka Mishaps
TOPEKA, Kan , Sept. 19 Errors by
Topeka spoiled a pitchers' battle and gave
the visitors the game. Score:
AB. R. H. O A. K.
Foray the, rf.
. 2 0 0 1 0
. 2 0
A It. K. IT. O
Sioux City ..
1001 2000 (V 4
hit: Clarke. Two-base
hits: Raips. - Leieune. Sacrifice liltn:
Reinigt, Lejcune, Davidson. Sacrifice fly:
Kune. Doublo play: Happx to Tonne
man. Stolen bases: ClHTke Kane. Uaird.
n , ii r a i .i.i... n. ..ft
I T)1,i.i i ,. u nni.irt 7
i ,irrV: Gaston and McCafferty.
The Hastings Young Men's Christian
Association Tennis club closed the season
with the finishing of the city tournament
There were eighteen entries, most of the
plaj'ers having a chance to win. Atlyn,
last year's champion, lost In the first
round to Flynn, a High school star. Flynn
in turn lost to Kinney.
In the doubles Allyn and SchlsMer
played clear through to the finals. Allyn
played a star game at all times and the
attack in all the matches was on Schtsslcr
who played a remarkable game consider
ing that this is his first year at tennis.
The match between Allyn and Schlssler
against Flynn and Harder was partlcu-i
larly hard fought, lasting three hours and
extending into two days. Allyn and
Schlssler won this match only to lese In
the finals to Snyder and Russell. Scores:
Singles: VV. Knlcely won from H.I
Welch, 7-5.. 8-0; V. Felker won from P.
Schlssler, 6-3, l-, 6-4, In the preliminary
First round: L. Kinney won from.
Knlcely. 6-1. 6-4: It. Flvnn won from A.I
Allyn, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3; E. Harder won from
fio r.vans, t-u; jian iiem won rrom
G. Taft, 6-1, 6-2: II. Snviler won 'ram I..
Cook. 6-4, 3-6. 6-1; J. Davis won from J.
AUIwm, 6-3, 7-6; Felker won from Carl
Kohl, 6-0, 6-3.
Second round: Kinney won from Flynn,
7-5, 6-1; Hargcr won from Klein, 6-2. 6-0;
Hnyder won from Frank Pierce, 6-0, 4-6,
i-X: Felker won from Davis by default.
Semi-finals: Harder won from Kinney,
6- 4, 6-1, 6-u; Snyder won from Felker, 7-5,
7- .'.. 4-6, 6 8, 6-2.
FinnlH: Snyder won from Harder, 5-7.
7-5. 6-4. 6-5. .
Doubles First round: F1yp.n and
Hanler won from Cook ami Knlcely, 6-3,
6- 2; SchlHHler and Allyn woo from 1 lerce
and Kinney, 6-4, 6-3; Snyder and Russell
won from Taft and Kohl, 6-1, 6-2.
Semi-final',: Schlssler and Allyn won
from Flynn and Harder, 7-5, 2-6. 7-ft, 4 6,
7- 5: Hnvder and Russell won from Kline
anil Welch. 6-2, 6-1, 6-2.
Finals: Snyder and Russell won from
Allyn and Schlssler, 2-6. 2-6 6-0, 6-2, 6-1.
Sullivan Buried in
' Brooklyn Cemetery
NEW YORK. Sept. 19 James E. Sulli
van, for more than a decade the dominant
figure of American athletics, was burled
in Calvary cemetery, Brooklyn, this aft
ernoon. Along the mile the funeral train tra
versed from the Sullivan home to the
church, the streets were lined with school
boys. Fifty medal winner In public
school athletic events marched before the
hearse, carrying an American flag draped
Mrs. Jackson Wins
Women's Golf Title
OLEN COVE. N. T.. Sept lS.-Mra H.
Arnold Jackson of Boston, eastern sTolf
champion and one time holder of the
woman's national championship, defeated
Mies Elaine Rosenthal, a young player
from Chicago, today on the Nasau county
club links fur the national woman's golf
championship. Miss Rosenthal first
played In a national tournament only
last year. Considering her Inexperience,
she put up a game fight.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MOltNMXCi, , SKPTKMHKlt 20, 1914.
Men Harvard Counts On to Win National
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ABOVF fLFFT TO RIGHT) CAPTAIN' CHARLES BRICK LEY, H A HDW1CK, MAHAN AND IilGAN, WHO MA DPI UP
LAST YEARS BACKFIELD. BELOW PRACTICE AT SNAPPING BACK THE BALL, WILCOX IS PASSINQ TO
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Sept. 19.-U Is
on Its veteran backfleld that Harvard Is
counting to defeat Yale at the opening of
the new stadium and to defeat Michigan
when the Harvard mem clash with the
westerners for the national foot ball
title With each day's practice at the
ktndium It becomes more and more ap
parent that the Harvard backfleld, all
veterans of lat year, will be forced to
PHILLIES TRIM CARDS TWICE
Defeat St. Louis in Both Games, of
ITRST ONE OF THEM A BLANK
Alexander Invincible In Onenlna;
Event, Fannlna; F.leven of
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 19-PhlIadeI-phla
ran Its winning streak to eight
straight by defeating St. Ixiuis In both
gamaa of a double-header today, 7 to 0
and 7 to. 6. Alexander was invincible In
the opening event. Only twenty-eight
batsmen faced him, of whom he fanned
eleven. Only two hits were secured by
St. Louis. It was Alexander's twenty
fifth victory this season. The second
game was hard fought. Rlxey was
knocked off tli rubber In three innings
and Perritt watt taken out in the fourth
after tho homo team had taken tho bad
by scoring five runs. Score, first game:
I SI. Iy.uU 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 0-0 2 2
Philadelphia . 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 7 11 O
Batteries: St. Louis, Perdue and Wlngo,
Roche; Philadelphia, Alexander and
Score, second game: R.H E.
St. Ixiuis 0 0 S 0 1 1 0 fl l- 13 3
Philadelphia. .1 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 -7 10 n
Batteries: St. Iiuls, Perritt, Urinee and
Snyder; Philadelphia, Kixey, Oeschgcr
and Killifer. Burns.
New York Yankees
CHICAGO. Kept. . New York won IU
last game of the season In Chicago today
when It defeated the locals, 4 to 1. One
handed catches by Weaver ar.d Cook
were the features of the game. Score:
R H E.
New York 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1-4 7 1
j Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 7 1
I Batteries: New York, Keating and
Sweeney; Chicago, Scott, ltilirop and
Withdraws from Haee.
HI 'RON. 8. D.. Sept 19.-R. K. Dowd-ll
of Artesian toUay withdrew as a esiidl-
rl u tu fur af.ni.fr, itn lh Irifi.'ii.-n.lnf tirn-
jkret-sive ticket in favor uf M. I VJ tlM
I of Watertown.
benr the brunt of I he work. Captain
llrlckloy, declared to be the most won
derful player the foot ball world haa ever
seen. Is In the best of form and makes a,
tower of strength for Percy Houghton,
the coach, to construct hla team about.
The same old closed style of piay that
baa been the vogue at Harvard for so
many years Is being followed by Coach
HouKhton this year. On the other hand
GIANTS TRIMCHICAGO CUBS
Keep Pace with Boston by Taking
Their Fourth Straight Victory.
TESREAU EFFECTIVE IN PINCHES
Otherwise He la Wild and Badly
Supported llagerman Knay for
Mew Yorks, Who Win nt Ills
Kiprnar, In Third.
NEW YORK, Sept. 19.-New York kept
pace with Boston by defeating Chicago
In the first game of the series by a score
of Uo 4. Jt was New York s fourth
Tesreau was wild, and waa badly sup
ported, but was effective in the plnefces
and held Chicago to five hits. Hageman
was easy for the champions, who batted
him for three runs In the first and won
the game at his expense In the third In
ning when they scored two more runs on
tuo hits, a pass, a hit batsman and a
steal. Burns made a wonderful catch on
Bues, a Chicago recruit. Saier hit hla
eighteenth home run of the season In the
ninth innings. Score: HUH
( 'hlr-ago 3 0000000 14 6 0
New York 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10
Batteries: Hageman, lavender, Smith
and Archer; Tenreau and Meyers.
Tip Tops Take Both
From the Kawfeds
BROOKLYN, Sept. 1.-The Brooklyn
Federals today broke their losing streak
by winning a double-header from Kansas
City, 6 to 2, and Vi to 6. Kansas City in
the first game failed to make a hit off
Lafitte'a delivery, but the Brooklyn's
P'tcber wildness prevented him from
shutting out the visitors. In the second
game Brooklyn pounded out hits almost
at will, getting a homer, a triple and
lour doubles beside eight singles. Score,
first game: RU E
Kanxus City 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 0 .1
Jfiouklyn 1000200 3 - I
BHtterles: Cullop, Stone and Easterly;
Lafitte and Owens.
Score second game:
Kansas City 100001012 I 2
Brooklyn 3 0 4 0 0 8 1 1 12 14 4
Batteries: Johnson, Stone and Faster! y.
Brown; Chappelle and Land.
Foot Ball Title
Coach Yost of Michigan has adopted the
new open style of play and will use It
when his team clashes with Harvard this
fall for the first time In fifteen years.
Harvard expects to have a walk-over
when 11 faces Yale. The only veteran
playing on this year's Ell team Is Cap
tain Talbott and all of the men are far
under the average weight of the Cam
TIGERS TRIM THE ATHLETICS
Take Series, Two to One, by Four to
MACKS RALLY TOWARD LAST
Thvy "core Ron la Klajhth Inning;
nnd Hammer Caret tint of Boa
in Mlnth Main Slops
DKTROIT, BepL 19.-By hitting Plaaik
hard with men on bases Detroit defeated
Philadelphia, today, 4 to 3, and claimed
the series, two games to one. The Ath
letics rallied In the closing Innings, scor
ing a run In the eighth and knocking
Cavrt out of the box In the ninth. Main
took Cavet'a place after three hits and
a run had been made in the ninth and
stopped the slugging. Score: IUI E.
Philadelphia . 0 1 0 l) 0 0 0 1 13 ft 1
Detroit 2 0000110 -4 0
Batteries: Philadelphia. Plank, Breas
le.r and Schang; Detroit, Cavct, Main and
. Divide Double Bill
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 19. St Loula and
Washington divided a double-header here
today, the visitors taking the first game,
4 to L and losing the second, 3 to 3. The
second gamo was called on account of
darkness after St. Ixiuls had scored the
winning run in the eighth inning. Score,
flrkt game: . H H E.
Washington 0 0001021 04 & 1
St l-oui 1 0000 0 0 00-1 ( 4..
Batteries: Kneel, Shaw and Henry;
Leverens, Baumgardner and Agiiew,
Score, second game: R.H.E.
Washington 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 1
St lxiuia 1 000 0 0 1 13 6 1
Batteries: Ayres and Atnamlth; Weil
man. Baumgardner and Agnew. Cub-Id
Kansas City .
S 13 1
S 10 4
a is o
Nine Old Men Reported Returned to
Play at Indiana.
BADGERS SAID TO BE STRONGEST
Wisconsin Will Have Rest aqaad e(
All Conference Schools Be.
CHICAGO. Sept. 10. The foot ball sea
son of 1914 In the central states will he in
full swing with the opening Monday of
practice among the snuadu of the "Rig
Nine," other Iradlni; teams having al
ready begun work.
Prospects that the Cnlverslty of Cht
cngo will have a squad from which Coach
Stagg will be able to round out an eleven '
capable of defending Us title as confer
ence champions have grown a little
brighter aa the day of opening practice
approaches. Six of last year's regular
are expected, led by Captain Des Jar
dlens, center. The others aro: Earl
Huntington, end; Paul Russell, quarter;
taurena Hhull. tackle; Laurlston Ciray,
half; Denton Sparks, end. In addition to
the regulars, the following promising re
serves, some of whom have had brief
varsity experience, and sophomores are
expected to report for practice: Ioula
Berger (formerly with Wisconsin), half;
I'hlla Jackson, half; Frank Whiting, ren
ter; Richard Boyd, tackle; Wnlter
Bchafer. full; Wesley Acker, full: Ken- .
neth Coutehle. a "C" man of 11)12. half, j
and Herman Stegeman, the hslf-mllcr,
end. It Is possible that 'Butch" Scanlan,
guard, also will return.
HI a: tit ltrnlara K peeled.
Through the los of Ollphant, the back'
flsld. which brought fame to Coach And
Smith and Purdue last year, probably,
will be weakened, but eight of lat sea
son's regulars are expected to appear for
first practice. Including Captain Herbert
O'Brien, halfback and chief punter of the
team; Harry Routh, guard; r'rann
Blocker, tackle; I'rban Turner, end; Mel
vln Ptlnchfleld, end; John Finn, quarter;
Emerson Applcgate, half, and Kenneth
Bishop, guard or center. Likely candl-'
dates among the scrubs and sophomores
are: Richard Abrell, quarter; Charles
Fast, full; Warren Van Aken. hair; Stan
ley Kldrldge, half; Charles Dixon, half:
Raymond Arbuckle, guard or tackle and
Robert Smith, tackle.
Nine regulars are coming hack to In-'
dlana, according to reports to Coach C.
C. Chllds, Including Captain Krehart,
half; A. S. Worsey, tackle; Mather Win
ters, guard; John Redmon, guard; Sher
man Mlntor, guard; Arthur Krause, end.;
C. O. Dice, guard; H. B. Deckor, end;' I.'
T. Zarlng. half. Erehart and Decker
ars expected to do the kicking. A . big
squad of csndldates with little or no
varsity experience Includes: F. K. Allen,
end; Archlo Erehart, half; Travis Will
iams, full; Frank Whltaker, quarter;
Paul Weiland. center; Fred Tavenor, half;
Joe Swope. quarter; Fred Shenkwller,
end; R. M. Pecklnpaugh. half; Glen Oll
phant, half; Walter Matthews, hair;
Freal Mcintosh, tackle; J. E. La Duron,
tackle or half; W. O. Qlackman, end; C.
P. F.rnl, tackle, and Vernon Burns, half.
Badsrera Perhaps Btrongrest.
On all the conference schools, perhaps
Wisconsin wHI have the strongest squadj
reporting Monday. Coach Juneau's first
string men Include Ray Keeler. captain
and guard; Frank Bellows, quarter; Her
bert Taylor, quarter; Leo Cummins,
half; Hoy Clayton, full; Howard Buek.
tackle: Ed Stavrum, end; Ed Geleln.
guard; Tom Kennedy, center; Al Kes
aenich, quarter, and George Davy, full.
Bellows will be depended on for the kick
ing. In the reserves, there probably will
be found Ray McCrory, quarter; John
Mitchell, guard; Ray Albright, center;
Arlle Mucks, tackle; Taul McMaster,
guard; Harold Ambler, guard; Georgto
Hoot he, quarter; Weimar, half; Loula
Kreui, full; Finn Olavers, full; T6ny
Tomasek, end: McKerill Rodolf, tackle.
Including Captain "Slooey" Chapman
and Quarterback Pogue, Coach R. C.
Zuppke expects the following regulars to
report for practice at Illinois: Watson,
center; Lansche, guard; Slebens, guard 1
Prultt, tackle; Graves, end; Derby, end;
Armstrong, end; Pogue, quarter; Scho)
Inger, full; Rue, half; Carpenter, half,
and Benneff, half. In M scomber and
Clark, not classed as regulars last year,
Zuppke hopes to develop a capable punted
and drop kicker, while other second strlnaj
men are Kuulrea, end; Hackman, guard;
(Continued on Pkge Two, Column Two.);
Men Who Will Form f
Bulk of Creighton "-
Eleven This Year,
New men will form the bulk of the
Crelgliton foot ball squad this year, ac
cording to the present outlook, and lesn
than half of last year's veterans will bej
seen In the lineup.
The last veteran to fail to report la
Walworth. The star halfback of last yaar
has not yet shown up and It is stated
by one of his close friends that AVallle
will btay in Wlsner, his home town, this
year. His loss will be felt in the back
field. Walworth's loss will be somewhat coma
pensated by the wealth of good back fie 1 4
men now practicing. This list waa sup
plemented by the return of Tamlsea ta
the fold. Insuring the team a star kicker.
The Crelghtoa coaches are well pleased
with the work of the recruits.
The first game of the year wHI tvo
with Bellevue college next Saturday oa
Creighton field. Coach Miller states thai
he by no means expects to repeat the
victory of &S-0 of last year. The Indiana)
are being coached thla year by Georgo
Racely. former Nebraska man.
Creighton men held their first light
scrimmage of the year Saturday after
noon. Trainer Dr. Kelly reports the
Creighton team except Coady and Er
hart in food condition.
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