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GAME FOR THANKSGIVING DAY , FO GME WITH HARYARD
Lane Technical School of Chicago to
t Meet Omaha High.
GREAT GAME IS EXPECTED
Krt a Re Made ftomrJklagr of
m lira (onl( of Many
I of Fcrnrr Omaha
Word haa been received that Lan
Trhnlcl achool of Chicago haa Wn al-
, lowed to rrorgantM Ha foot ball team
and will be abl tv pome to Omaha for
the Thatikaalvlng- day name. Ijine Tet'h
h tied Efileoo'I for the champlonahlp
' of Chlcajro and haa beaten Oak I'ark and
. Two year ago Omaha High met Lano
Tech at Omaha on Thankagtvtng day and
on, t3 to 0.
Tha average welrht of the. Lane Tech
men la U0 nounda. and Omaha averagea
practlrallr tbo aame. Lane Tech haa
met defeat three ttmea tlila year and haa
on six One of their defeats wu
In the Bme with Clinton, la. 4t that
time the team wu In bad condition from
loit of aleep and ioea of five of their beat
Tha OmaJia aama will be the i bit
tlnn of the rtrt annual homertun.ne of
th alumni of tha Omaha HlKh achool.
lioxe will be arranged for the dlferent
Manager Richardi Wires It Will Be
Impoeiible to Aocept.
CHICAGO ALREADY REFUSED
I.IMIe (liaart IlUaola Will Coasoat
to Meet t'orahaekera "erlm
( taaare for law Game la
DOVE FLIES BASE BALL COOP
Taft Bay. Break in Weeghman't Ne
gotiation! for Cab Stock.
FED MAG CRIES WAR TO KNIFE
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LINCOLN. Nov. lS.-(fpeclal Telogram.)
Harvard will not arrept Nebraika'a
challenge for a poet-aeaaon game. A
newspaper dispatch from ManaKer T. K,
Rlchardaon of Harvard daahea the hopei
of Cornhuaket fana for a champlonahlp
battle with tha eaatern leader. The d La
"Ail hopes for a poat-aeaaon gam be
tween the University of Nebraska and
Harvard vanished today when T. K. Illrh
ard of tha Harvard Athletic association
declared the Kama agalnat Tale at New
Haven next Saturday would be positively
tha last tho Crimson would play this year.
Harvard cannot see Its way clear to ac
cept N'ebraska'a dtiallenge." aald Rich
ards. N Poet Reasoa flamea.
"Tha game against Vale will close tha
season here. We er forced to roject
an Invitation from the president of the
University of ChlcaKo te play the winner
of tha western conference for the cham
pionship of the United States.
"perhaps nel year things may be s
arranged a to make post-season games
between the eastern and western teams
not only possible, but desirable. But this
year, o far as Harvard la concerned. It
Is out of the question."
Although disappointed, Nebraskaa nest
turn will probably be tu challenge Illi
nois for tha western championship. And
thera Is tltttu chance Illinois wants any
of Nebraska" game. Dispatches from
Urban also Indicate that tha big eight
conference champions are durklng.
Total Receipt Heavy.
Manager Guy E. Reed this afternoon
announced that the total receipt from
the Nebraska game were approximately
UK.fflV. with expenses of officials d
dunted, Nebraska will receive about
)(,s0O for her share and a llko amount
will go to Kansas. Reed had a splendid
letter from Manager Hamilton of Kan
ss today In which he states that Coach
Wheaton lias written to Walter Camp
concerning the work tf the Nebraska
team, especially Rutherford, Chamber
lain and Halllgan.
Coach Stlhm gave the liuskrrs tlis first
hard .practice for the Iowa gams to
night. Ha kept the vanity In srrlmmng
until nearly dark before tie called a holt
The regular also spent a little time
working out some new formation for
Iowa. Tha team leaves hera tomorrow
afternoon for Iowa City. Clssaes will be
dismissed to allow the students to es
cort the players to the depot.
in Girls1 Tennis Play
The eml-flnta of tha girls' tenni
tournament have been reached.' Ullian
Andersen, who was the last fall cham
pion, suod high, and very likely h
and Sylvia Brandts will play In tha
finale. It Miss Hramlss wins the match
she will have to Play her alstep for the
championship of tha school, as s:
Uiandce Is tha spring champion. The re
Ruby Bwvnscn beat Irene I'srr. 7-J, g-i.
I.llllnn Anderen best Mur Bloom,
An:be1le Douglas heat Jeaa Wallace,
Bylvla Brandes . boat Leona Harm.
Lillian Andersen best Ruby lawensen,
t-t. t-2. In the last rounl, and the only
match left before tha tlnnla la that be
tween Annabflle Douglas and Sylvia
Lrande. The dope a the match will
be a t'ght nin.
Harakr atll Has gay and He stands
la War of DealHaver Brnss
haa to Maaaae C klcaao
CHICAGO. Nov. 18 Developments uf
fect ng the Chicago National league club
and through It the stale of the baseball
war existing between the Federal league
and the parties to the National agree
mnt, came fast yesterday. First was the
revelation that Charles W. Murphy, de
spite his having been "ousted'' last win
ter, still haa a large Influence among
those dlrectng the club's affairs; then
came Charles P, Taft'a declaration of
a break In Charles Wecghman'a negotia
tions for the purchase of the Taft Inter
ests In the club, and third waa the defi
nite announcement that Roger Bresna
han would be manager of the Cubs In
Bio Chance far Weeghaaaa.
Murphy's Influence became apparent In
th success of his fight to keep the Cubs
on their Wast Bid playing ground, of
which he I a half owner, with Mr. Taft
holding the other half. On returning
from Cincinnati Murphy declared there
waa no chance for Wecghman'a buying
Into th National league club, and this
waa confirmed soon after by Taft'a an
nouncement that negotiations wars ended.
Finally Murphy stated positively that
Bresnahan would succeed Hank O'Day
a West Side pilot. Partial confirmation
of this came later when President
Thomas waa requested by Tsft. over
long distance tallephone. to bring Bresna
han to Cincinnati, there to attend to
morrow a special meeting of the Cub
directors and discus terms under wl.lch
he would take over tho management.
War to Ptaleh.
"If Mr. Taft ha called off negotiation,
between himself and me regarding the
purchase of th Cub stock. It moans
war to a finish between th Federal
league and organised ball,' said Welsh
man, president of th Chicago Federala.
"Th Federal league was anxious for
peace, but If we oan't have It, we are
more ready for war than ever."
All I Off.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 18.-AU negotia
tion between Charles Weeghman, presi
dent of th Chicago Federal league club,
and Charls P. Taft, majority owner of
th Chicago National leagu club, for th
purchase of the latter' stock, were
broken off abruptly by the latter today,
In anawer to a telegram from Weegh
man, asking for an extension until De
cember 1 of an option on Tsft' stock In
th Chicago Na.tlona.ls. Weeghman waa
aent letter not only refusing to extend
th time, but Informing him that all
negotiation looking toward hia pros
pective purchase of the . Chicago Na
tionals were at an end.
When asked what effect the failure of
Mr. Weeghman to purchase the Chicago
Nationala woull have on tha proposed
peaoe negotiation. Chairman August
Herrmann -of the natlopal commission
"I cannot tell as yet. 1 have no Idea
at this time."
rrdexala Meet Clevelaad Mea.
Whether Cleveland wilt have a Federal
league ball club next yer ' discussed
at a two-hour conference her today by
President tillmor of the Federal leagu
and O. B. Waul and W. R. Hobertson of
the Brooklyn gnd lluffslo Federal leagu
clubs, together with local men Interested
III the project At th conclusion f th
conferences the confer mad an In
spection of the site for a ball park on
which local Federal leagu enthusiast
lnv taken an option.
Hawkeye Team is
Reported to Have
Trained Too Hard
IOWA CITY, lu., Nov. II (Speclal.)
C'oach Jesse Hawlny of the Iowa (quad
expreased u fear here tonight that hi
nwn were going stale following the usual
"They are not acting Ilk they should."
declared the coach, "and there seems to
be something got Into the team savoring
of stalenrvs. I don't blame them much,
but thai doesn't help my worries any."
large delegation of his fellow townsmen
from Orovllle, Cot Mitchell of Clcvoand
pitched for the Americans. The score:
Americans (11 6
National 9 11 2
Batteries: Mitchell and Henry; James
Creighton Foot Ball
Men Theater Guests
The Creighton varsity football team
and coaches will be the guest of the
management of the American theater thta
evening at "The College Widow."
Practice la proceeding at lively clip
at Creighton field In preparation for
Thanksgiving. Neither the Creighton
vanity nor the Creighton High achool
squad ha a gam scheduled for next
A Bratao or Cat
Is rendered antlseptlo by Bucklsn'a Ar
nica Salve, a sure remedy for sored,
bruises, piles, ecsema. 24c. All drug
ALL NATIONALS WIN
A FEATURELESS CONTEST
SACRAMENTO. Cel.. Nov. 18.-In a
ragged and featureless game, tha All
Nationals defeated the American her
today, 9 to 4. Bill James, the Boston
hero, waa given a great ovation by a
STORK OP THE TOWN
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KTORE OF THE TOWN
ARE VOU A ROOTER?
Nebraska-Iowa Football Game
at Iowa City, la. Nov. 21st
GREATEST GAME OF THE SEASON
The Hock Inland will run a r-peeial train of Pullman
sleepers and coaches, leaving Omaha 11:30 p. m., Nov.
20th, returning, leave Iowa City 10 p. m., Nov. 2 1st.
Round trip railroad fare $11.02
Round trip Pullman fare
Per standard lower berth $3.00
Per btaudard upper berth $2,50
Per tourist berth $2.00
For further information inquire at
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
14th and Farnam
Wendall Back and
May Teach Swimming
G. P. Wndsll. formerly swimming In
structor at the Carter Lake club, haa re
turned from Chicago, where he has been
I brad siv.mmlng instructor at the Central
Young Mut e christian association.
Upon Wendiill' ddrlui from Chi
' cao O'oro thai: 2" of his pupils and as
' -clals tcnioree him a signed apprecia
tion of his i-v..-- In tl-.e'r behalf duilng
lis s'.ay I hoi Th fo.UTenl conUIra
I the signature of It. V. Western, chair
man of the swlmmUti committee of the
Amateur Alhlette federation; Fred J.
M ?CuniMll, taptaln, fcf the Chicago water
pol team, which won th championship
of the world; limld Chrlai'anaon, all-
around aalmining champion of th Ama
teur Athletic federation; Karl Bauer,
chawplrii of' St. oMits In 11)3 and
and Dr. H. K Clapp, water tuiulst ef
During hi term tr. Chicago, Wandall
Conducted several aquatle meet. He or
ganised a clans In Ilfe-savlug . which
eirned him conaiderabl publicity, and
hi team won tha Inter-Y meet
Th total Young Men' ChrlslUa associ
ation ai.d Wind all are negotiating for
Wrndall to devote two or thre n'ghts
ieak to teaching Omahana to swim. In
Chicago WendaQ waa recognised as oa
of th beat alsamlnr Instructor In the
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