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THE I1EK: OMAHA.- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914.
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HHRITP.BR AW VAM PY TP1M CAPTAIN OF SOUTH . DAKOTA
uuunuuu vii I nuuu t 1 until .
r FOOT BALL TEAM.
Seven Selected for Mythical All
Missouri Valley Team.
HALLIGAN BEST IN THE WEST
iQtatn ,Vlc Cream of the Valley
and Greatest Lineman In West,
and aa Good as In the
ft -xtX -
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Captain of the University of South Da
kota foot ball team, wh eh meets Crelgh
ton varsity here Thursday.
P. . Ill SiTER,
Due lo the wonderful showing made by
the Cornhusker foot ball team this season
of 1914, the Missouri Valley conference for
the second time steps up to the front rank
and occupies as bright a snot In the
calcium as the Western conference or
any other circle of teams around these
parts. Kven the Jayhawk, Nebraska's
most hated rival, must admit that the
1 tuskers arc there when It comes to hold
ing up the honor of the Missouri Valley
For four times now Nebraska has won
the Missouri Valley conference champion
ship and this year for the second time
took Into camp two schools asserted to be
of greater caliber than any Missouri Val
ley schools. In 1913 Minnesota and Iowa
fell before Nebraska and the Huskers
had a claim on the western champion
ship then. This y ear the Michigan Aggies
and Iowa succumbed fo Nebraska, and
for the second time the Huskers can hold
up their own In asserting western su
periority. . .
Seven llnskers Selected.
go it Is only natural that the team
which so conclusively proves Its WP"IW
.... i .h Miunnri Valley should find its
men on the mythical All-MIourl Vallevj
team. Glancing over the Nebraska lineup ,
but four positions can be found which
would be strengthened by men from other,
Missouri Vallev teams, ine omor
are clearly Nebraska positions.
Of course the first selection Is Halllgan.
Captain Vic Is unquestionably the class
ot the valley.rHe Is the greatest lineman
In the west and as good as, any In the
land and he la a ure ana
kicker. He la also sure to be an
mi. iv He must go In at
looking toward the backfleld Potter Is
f Irpt choice for quarter. He Is a heady field
general, runs hta team well, runs th
hall equally well and Is a wonder at
heaving forward passes. Chamberlain
and Rutherford are easy first choices
for the half back positions. In the minds
of most Nebraskans they are all-western
men and It Is certain they are all-valley
Vhl at Fallback.
At fullback Nebraska must yield.
Neither Dclametro nor Doyle have the
ability of Uhl of Ames. Uhl Is a plunger
und is a whirlwind on the defense. He
Is a good first choice for fullback.
Warren .Howard, ' of course, gets the
left end. Howard Is a tower of strength
on defense, fast on Interference and a
marvel at plucking forward, passes out
ot the air. He is also a good, consistent
The -other end must be given to Jones
of Amea . Jones plays a faat game and
is especially good at breaking through
the line before the play is started by the
(lay TtKers Candidate.
Clay, caPtaln of the Missouri team, gets
the right tackle Job. Clay Is far from a
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that he makes trouble for the beef.est of "
. are enthusiastlo over the prospests for
Abbott of Nebraska I. the best guard n"? . " L f "n f ln
in the valley. Hi. work last year d j 'bigger list of entries when this I. pulled
this proves that. Working quickly and 011 ,n umana
smoothly tli ordinary spectator fails to 1 ,
t.eo the effectiveness of Abbott's work. TfOlUIIl 013.11 iteSGrVeS
but close perception w!ll show that once I
though 'Abbou. ppc'lns b"ek c Win from Spauldiiigs
The other guartl goes to Ptrother of 1
Kansas.; Another Is not particularly With a crippled team the Columbian
strong, but he Is the next best bet after Reserves held the fast Fpauldlngs to the
Abbott. score of 0 to 0 at Rourke park Sunday
Cameron-Best Center. afternoon. The Reserves outplayed the
Cameron is tho best center In the val- Spauldlngs through all stages of the
ley. Jones of Ames holds a mighty rep- J game, Dutcher being the only man able
utatlon. hut Cameron made that husky to gain ground for the Spauldlngs. Con
farmrr look tlck by constantly breaking away, Herbert, Anderson and "Chuck"
through when Nebraska and Ames played. Flannagan started for the Reserves. On
Cameron could undoubtedly hold up his Thanksgiving day the Columbian
t n with any center In the country. rervea will nlv at Himhrr l
OMAHA LANDS THE MIDWEST
Bowlers Enthuse .
Over Landing the
Tourney for Omaha
Half dozen bowling enthuslasta of
Omaha who bowled In the Midwest tour
nament at Sioux City last week, are back
!n fine spirit because of having been
able to swing the big tournament for
Omaha for next year. When they were
not actually juggling the balls they were
"buttonholing" other bowlers boosting for
Omaha as a location for the next tourna
ment. And they landed it, tnat la the
thing that pleases and counts most In
Among hose who did real active work
In swinging this tournament Tor Omaha
were Webber, Klnnerman, Pslcfiie, Cain,
Fenton and Terrell.
There were ninety-eight teams entered
In the contest. As five men compose a
Bowling Tourney Will Be Held in
Gate City Next Year.
ST. LOUIS FORCES ARE ROUTED
Goodly Amount of Prise Money Will
lie Carried Off by Winners
In Kventa on the
NOTED BIRD MAN TO LO0F-THE-
LOOP HERE THURSDAY.
Dick Brothers, Des Moines
Jetters, South Omaha
Slrotr & Stnff, Des Moines
Hub Cloth erd. Dubuque
Lent 1 hul, Chicago
H intlngton. Omaha
K. Illouin, r-hlcago
Klnnenjan-FlogenBChue, Omaha 1,1iW
Howers-tiiuns, Omaha 1.11
liuckett-K. Hlouiti, Ch,c-.HO 1.1.1.
Conrud-Fanton, Omaha 1,1-1
Terrell-K. Si-lple, Omaha 1,111
Luby-Lee, Chicago l.U!
GJbreath-Zlmmerman, Omaha I.lol
Koptf-mlrtxky-l'ecaut, Sioux City !,(!
McCabe-doff. Omnha l.
Kramer-Moilltcr, Remscn, la l.W-l
EIOl'X CITV. Ia., Nov. 2.1.-Speclal
Telegram.) by unanimous vote of the
delegates, Omaha was awarded the 1911
tournament of the Midwest Rowling as
sociation at tho annual meeting today.
George F. Stortx of Des Moines was re
elected president, H. B. Harley of Kan
sas City was elected treasurer and Oeorge
C. Rowo of Kunsas City, secreturv.
Vice presidents chosen were Wooster
Lambert of St. Louis, W. IL Musich.
Bt. Louis; Fred Dixon, Pueblo, Colo., and
C. E. Ellis of Sioux City.
Victor Parrlsh of the Omaha Commer
cial club corralled enough proxies and
votes among the visiting and local dele
gates to put St. Louis out of the running.
Sioux City voted In a body for the Ne
Announcement was made by Secretary
Lowe, of tho prize list for this ycor'a
events. The team making high score
will carry off 250. Some thirty other
teams wlil share the prizes varying from
t5 to 225.
Charles Foots, of the Chicago Bowlers'
Journal, rolled into first place in the
singles today with 609, replacing W. T.
Banks of Lincoln, who has 608.
In the five-men events, the Stors -squad
rollei 2.591 ; State Journal, Lincoln, 2,495.
Kinnvman and Fiegenschue of Omaha,
retain the lt-nd In the doubles with 1,160.
The Storts Staff team of Des Moines
went into third place with 2,670.
Scores made today by Omaha men
Leaders In doubles were:
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For Speed Tests
All Conference Team
CHICAGO. Nov. Four players from
the Vnlverslty of Illinois foot ball eleven,
11(14 champions of the Western Intercol
legiate conference, were nsuiod today as
members, of the all-conference eleven by
Walter IT. Eckersall, former star quarter
back of the University of .Chicago and
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an Italian car, and Fred ""''.. r.r..n. r,cr...... .
ti-lll tiling tlA- u nB n uripf MLRcr miu I'uiiivr,
A second racing machine hits been pro
cured by the management of tho Omaha
Auto Speedway to race against time at
the dedication of the track Thanksgiving
day. The big .boat Is a ninety horse
Turner, a racing drlvrr, will pilot
The Merchants say that the Montclalra
hail a big dusky youth on their lineup
and that they drew a color line before
the game. When one of the Montclalra
wa.v hurt they wanted to put In the
negto, whereupon the Merchants said,
nothing doing, and the disagreement
arofe. Tho Merchants are without a
game for Thanksgiving day. Tobe Bex
tun 4244 Grant, Is manager. His phone
number Is Walnut 1171.
mnrlilne. The car Is In Bert I Bron's
shor under process of reconstruction, and
Ixt Bron and Turner believe It can lie
tuned up to manipulate from ninety to 100
I miles an hour. In addition to the Flat
Jack Shea will drive the famous Na
tional S, which Is owned by Louis Home
and which holds tho Indianapolis record,
aaliiKt time. Art Smith. Hie aviator who
h' llie loop a la Beachey, will arrive In
Omaha today and probably give an exhi
bition flight Wednesday.
Big Chief Johnson
Wanted on Charge of
Wilbur Hlgh'ower of Northwestern uni
versity ac captain of the eleven. His se
lection In first and seconds teams follows:
Cherry, Ohio State....
lVs J a Mien. Chicago
Ton It Ion.
Hlghtower. Northwestern (O..RIirht half
Ia., Nov. C-"Chlef"
a well-known Indian 1
('arsons, low a
I -eft end
Team Composed of
The Kansas City Journal'! foot ball
expert has so much faith In tho Uni
versity of Nebranka foot ball team that
he selects an All-Missouri valley team
which consists wholly of Cornhutikcr
athletes. Never before In any conference
has one entire team been selected aa an
all-conference team. And the Kansas
City man's choice is all tho more re
markable because h!a paper circulates
In Kansas and Missouri, both of which
rtH'2 iv uw tuuitut nun luminous
6s2 1 on the second team.
56l Here are the members of the AU-Mls-sourl
Valley team the Kansas City man
Minneapolis Five '
Makes New World's
MINNEAPOLIS. .Nov. S3.-In rolling up
a score of 3.147 points In a match gamo
under tournament restrictions with the
local Zumulw-olga team last night, the
Schmidt bowling quntet of St. Paul
claims to have, established a world's
reiord. The previous high score of J,0U
was mado by the St. Paul Knlspola at
the Toledo tournament in 1913.
GAME WAS NOT FORFEITED
base ball pitcher. Is being sought by the CLIFTON HILL LADS SAY
Sioux Cly police and the police of sev-. . ' 7 ... . . .
rul other cities on a warrant charging
b in with wife desertion, sworn out at
Pender, Neb. Johnson formerly played
with the Cincinnati Nationals and fin
lulled lat season with the Kansas City
Federnls. He also has played on West
ern league teams.
The Clifton Hill Merchants have a
grievance. They dispute the assertion
that the Montilalrs won from them by a
forfeiture Sunday. They declare the game
was merely called by the referee and
that the score was 0 to 0 at the time.
653 1 FIRST TEA. If.
647 1 Ball!
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for Creighton Game!
VERMILLON, S. D., Nov. 23.-(Speclnl.)
The Coyotes came out of tlte Yankton
game In fino sl.ape, practically no ono
receiving even a serious bump. Saturday
evening Cortrlght raced his men through
nt tenuous scrimmage preparatory to the
Creighton game Thanksgiving day, as.
but two practices are Icrt this season
on Dacotah field. The Catholics are
looked on as strong antagonists. They
always put up a strenuouit scrap, and
In light of comparison, via the South Da
kota (20)-Morrilngslde (0), Morningslde
k)-Nebraska Weslnyan (13), Creighton
A White Diagonal Cheskea Madras
Tot Sal by the Tollowiag flrma
..... Jodm, Ainu
... Clay, Mluotirl
. ,. Jamea, Kana
:!r,.:t'b.r"'KanaM i G3)-Nebraska Wesleyan (7) route appear
....Wood, Kmiiuia to be worthy fo-?s. At least the coach Is
Lke, Ml. OUr , .,,- rko sn.l Kill .nl 1,1.
taking no chances and
heaviest lineup asalnst them.
SA. lA-CrA -
Thos. Kilpatrick & Co
.IC7 I (belts Strict
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C. lalaats Irmnsf Ca.U Crtkv.BiJL
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mi tt$LiikM AaJaairei Saj'saifAjs'1 W
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a On the second team the four Nebras- I
tTfirstn CORNHUSKER FAN4? LEAVE
hree men on the second eleven, Kansas, MONEY IN IOWA CITY
three and ytawur cne.
FIRST TEAM I SBCXJND TEAM. j IOWA CITY. Ia.. Nov. 23.-(BpeclaU-
Huvard. Nbrak. .1. E. I K E Balls, Nrbraaka - . ,
Haiitgaa. Neb L.T.I K.T Cony. N.braakai Slightly over ,000 of Nebraska money
trothcr. Kaavaa. ..LU
i umcrua, NelM-aaka.-.C.
Ai-ln.lt. Nebraaka. JIt.O.
la), lilaaourl H.T.
JoiMa, Aaiaa HE.
I'ullar. Nebraaka... tj B.
ftutharford. Nab LH.
huubarlaia. Nab. K H
t bl, Arnaa.
MAZDA TlfjEKS BEAT ONE
OF THE CLASS A TEAMS
J, Kanaaa staved In loia-n fltv aa a raanlt nf lh
..NorVia?hN'ebruioa! Iw touchdown Saturday, according to
Raa, ami the report ot, one smokehouse here.
nr, nan.aa wt,l..l, I . . .1 ,
Its patrons. Over f),000 was placed In
wagers at th'a smokehouse on the game,
most of It that the difference In the
score would be ten or fourteen points.
Foley's lloaey aad Tar tmpoaU
Croup scares you. The loud, hoarse,
croury cough, choking and gasping for
The Mazda Tigers, a class B team, took
on ttie Thirtieth Street Merchants, whom
the Tigers assert are class A, yesterday 1 breath, labored breathing, call for tro
artemorm and came home victors. 1 to . 'mediate relief. The very first doaca of
Some disagreement arose after the game, Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will
but the Tlgera made good their escape, master the croop. It cuts the thick
The Tigere declare they bavo bad sched- , mucus, clears away the phelgm and
" ultd games with the Spaulilngs for two ! 0Pn up and eases the air p-nsages.
successive Sundays, but the Spauldlngs ! Harold Berg. Mass. Mich., writes: -We
have cancelled the dates. I 'vc Foley's Honey and Tar to ur th i.
; driii for croup and It always act
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Read Daily by People In Search of Ad-j by all deaiuis everywhere. Advents
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MANAGER 0. H. S. BASKET BALL
Kingsley Turns In ,
High Score at Live Blocd Sufferers
Turkey Bird Shoot
Ruy Kingsley turned in tho high sccrc
at the live bird shoot held at tho Omaha
Oun club Sunday. Kingsley broke IT) out
of a possible 175.
Thor Uronderslev copped first honors
In taking home the live bird prl-ea.
Bronedslev's score was 169, one behind
Kingsley and while KlngxU-y was making
his run, Hronderslev was collecting
enough turkeys, geese, ducks und the like
to feed the entire ul'l'd army.
The shooting started at 10 o'clock In the
morning and continued until shortly after
t o'clock In the afternoon. Luncheon was
served to the tappers between rounds In
the shooting box. Flfty-tlireo thoolers
participated in the competition and over
l.OuO of the blue rocks were trapped during
Magee Will Sign
Gould was elected basket ball
for the Omaha High school bas-
team by the athletic board of
High rhool. fKjuld
CHICAGO, Nov. 23.-That Lee Mugee
of thu St. Lou's Nationals will sign with
the Brooklyn Federals, and that the lat
ter experts to land Arthur Bhufer of the
New York Nationuls were announce
ments made here today by Charles
Weeghman, president of the Chicago
Federal league club.
Weeghman said Magee already has
given ten days' notice to the Bt. Louis
management. Shafer Is said to tie at Los
Angeles. George Stovall of the Kansas
City Federals, also is in the California
telegram from President Gll-
nent member of the senior class. He la'"10" or lr' 'caerais today asked him to
major of the Second battalion and a ! Ket tn tmt,n wl,h 8h-f,r-
t.mni1i,e nf Ytn ft tr 1 ut ailff Tlit-i--
wri fuiir candidate., who applied for the
Want to Know
The Light U Turned on to
Subject of DarkneM.
U a proml-l1'1. nl
lass. He Is'""" of th
jo but iuu!d stood highest In favor of
trie board He will commence his cutles
Bueklra's Arnlea Halve
cured Ben Pool of Threet, Ala., after be
ing dragged over a gravel roadbed,
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