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Tim BEE: CM All A, RATUTIDAY, OCTOREIt 16, 1915.
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BRINGING UP FATHER
Opyrlght, 1"1, International
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
OUR WEDDING rNT1IVEfttrRY
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GREIGHTON TOO MUCH
FOR PLUCKY PERD
Warriors from Hill Deicead on
Teacheri, Overcoming Them by
Fifty-Seven to Nothing.
ALL VARIETIES OF GAME USED
Meent for Rpsnb. Armstrong; for Gray,
Ashley for Honey, Boyd for Cral;, Mor-
7:n for Shannon, Man sett for Fluintun.
i'Kourke fur Kamanskl, Klepser for
Plati, Cunningham for Hennessy, Brett
nan for Lute.
Officials: Ohee, Dartmouth, referee;
Caldwell, Marquette, umpire; BC Clair,
Iowa. head linesman.
Touchdown: 1'lat ff. Nigra (S), Has
ai'it, Wl, Cunningham.
Meld goals: Data.
Uoala after touchdown) Flati (4), Wla
DECISIVE DEFEAT FOR U. OF 0
What's the Matter With Yale?
Fifty-seven to nothing- tell the tale of
Crelghton' victory over Deru Normal
yesterday afternoon. The Peru team,
while outweighed by their opponent! at
least fifteen pounda a man, put tip a
fierce, scrappy tame, and mora than
once aent a scar into the Crelghton
eleven when a aucceaaful trick play 1
theatened to place the ball over the local J
sToat Crelghton' Una, however, eaally
prevented any scoring at critical time,
The vlaitora suffered particularly from
injuries, four regulars being- laid out
early in the conteat from impact with
VI 11 la beefy and eggresslv warriors.
Plata Bends Oval froaa FlelS.
Flats started Crelghtons' scoring early
In the (am when ha aent a drop kick
over the bara from the twenty-flv-yard
line. The auspicious beginning waa not
continued long, however, aa only one
farther eoore waa made In the first
quarter, when Vine snatohed up a fum
ale and dashed forty yarda for a touch
down. Plata kicked goal, making the
aoora 10 to 0. Gray, Crelghton' 40
pound guard, beoama overly anergetlo
at thia atage and waa removed from the
gama for slugging, much to the relief
of hla opposing player.
In the aeoond period paru punted.
Flannagajn, Shannon and Plata reeled oft
ten yarda each on straight foot ball,
whereupon riats carried the oval over
for the only aoora of the quarter. ' The'
kick for goal waa missed.
After the following klokoff. Peru
punted, the ball not going beyond the
visitors' twenty-yard Una. Crelghton
- tried a forward pass, which was cleverly
Intercepted by Boyd, who then raced
toward the Oelghton goal, but waa
downed by Wine after a pretty fifty-yard
run. Peru then worked the pigskin al
most to to the locals' goal by clever for
ward passes and a trick double pass,
first laterally and then forward to a
waiting man. Her Oelghton held and
Wise punted. During thia period the ball
was mostly In Crelghton' territory, time
being called with the teams near the
center of th field.
Crelghtwa Makes Headway.
The third quarter was all Crelghton',
twenty-seven points being amassed. Peru
kicked off to Ilennessy, and Crelghton
proceeded to march down the field irre
sistibly. Plata mad twenty yards aa a
starter. Wis added fifteen, staving off
half a dosen tacklara, and Shannon and
Doty Increased the gains. On an end run
Plats then carried the leather over and
kicked goal. Scor. to 0, Wise kicked
off to Peru, and the visitor made their
yards. - LutM, however, spoiled further
progress, and by two beautiful successive
tackle threw the Noramlite back fif
teen yarda. Peru was forced to punt,
and Crelghton again advanced down the
campus, Nigra taking the ball over for
a touchdown. Plata brought th score tip
to thirty by kicking goat ,
Bab Pat la line.
Mills now put in a number of substi
tute, who continued th good work for
the Blue, and White. Klepser tackled
the Peru runner on his own goal line on
the next ktckoff. and on the following
punt. Hasaett dodged through th entire
Peru team for another touchdown, Wis
missed goal. Score. 36 to 0.
Crelghton again kicked off and on the
first play Cunningham broke through
Peru's defense, snatched th ball, and
added another six points to Crelghton'
tally with a touchdown after a thirty
yard run. Wis kicked goal, th period
ending with th score 43 to 0.
Wis negotiated thirty yards nicely in
the last quarter when h stlf farmed three
or four tacklera. An attempted field goal
by Crelghton falled. but a touchdown
resulted Immediately after, when Peru
punted to Nigra, who raced fifty yards
through the whole I' ru eleven 'for the
Score. A few minutes later Nlgro added
another touchdown to Crvighton' list on
a forward pass from Plats. The latter
kicked goal, making tlie final score, 47
For the visitors, Boyd, Caldwell. Hous
ton and Jones were th stars, although
th entire team must b given credit for
their piuck and clever piay. Crelghton
waa several time outwitted by elusive
rorvara paMoa, ana even the line was
punctured by unexpected smashes.
bvveral Indians, believed to be forrger
Carlisle players, and at present Haskell
Indian scouts, watched the gam from
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Grand Island College Trima Visiting?
Flayeri by Score of Seventy
Three to Nothing:.
SCORING MACHINE STASIS SOON
ORAKD ISLAND, Nb Oct. 15.-Spe-ctal
Telegram.) In a drlssllng rain tha
University of Omaha met th der.lclve de
feat of TS to 0 at tha hand of th Grand
Island college today. At no stage did
the university men have a chanc to
score and they succeeded In making th
required ten yards only twice, it wa
th first gam of tha season for tha
Grand Island squad and th team showed
-up strong. Th locals were not only
much heavier, but also excelled In other
In th first half Orand Island piled up
a scor of 5S and Coach Morrow put In
som second team men In th second
half. Ten-mlnut quarters were played.
Th constant rain mad th ball- very
slippery, though a gra ground relieved
th matter somewhat. Grand Island was ,
penalised frequently by Referee Tully,
formerly of Doan for pushing and hold
ing. Th locals' backfteld machine
showed particularly well and end runq
of from twenty-five to fifty yard were
frequent. Owing to the slippery con
dition of th ball th forward pas was
Ineffective and waa usd little.
Th II n up:
O. Taft C.
H. Ooldensteln.R K.
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R. Taft. F.B.
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May Direct Takes
Third Heat and the
Two-Ten Pace Event
LBXINOTON. Ky., Oct. li.-Th forty
third annual meeting of th Kentucky
Trotting Horse Breeders' ' association
closed today with th flnah of th aeo
ond division of th 1:10 pao. i rled
over from yeaterday. May Direct win
ning th third heat and tha raoe, tha
second heat having gonto Patrick M.
Napoleon Direct, started by Geera to
lower hi pacing mark of I:0Mi. failed
to lower his record, making tha mil in
1:01. i . ,
Ktawah, also driven by Oeere, started
to beat tM and trotted th mil in
1:01. Th first quarter waa mad In
v:3l. th half In IKMi and th three
Quarters In 1:8S .
Pace. 1:10. 11.000 (two heats yesterday:
May Direct, b. in. by Very Direct
(Taylor) 1 1 1
Patrick M. br. g. by Norbelts (Val
entine) a i s
BmhI R, br. m. (Robinson) I 4 t
Krrn Hal. Gold e C. Comet. I'alara
talker, Filmer IDckson and The Im
porter aleu ran.
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KEARNEY HOLDS BEATRICE
TO TEN TO THREE VICTORY
BEATRICE. Neb., Oct. 15.-(Speciai
Telegram.) Outweighed twenty pounda
to tha man. Kearney held Beatrice High
to a 10 to I victory her today. Th game
was played in a drlssllng rain with
scoreless first half. Kearney' speedy of
fensive waa a surprise to Beatrice. Kyi'
touchdown and Kilnatiick' thirty-five-
yard place kick In th third pjriod eon-
muuiea oearaic a scores, imm drop-
kicked for Kearney from tha twentjr-yard
M ivi.non (C.)
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DOANE TIGERS WHIP
Negotiate Twelve-to-Nothing; Score
on Cotner Team in Hard
JOHNSON OF DOANE FEATUEE3
Tula la having it trouble on th foot
ball field even at this early stag of In
Mason. Th 10 to 0 defeat by Virginia 1
rankling In tha breast of th EU ad
herent. , .
For several seasons Tale ha bad aa
In-and-out team, which would show
flash of form en on Saturday, only to
play tha moat amateurish sort ot nam
tha following week.
Who la to blame T Th coaches, Cap
tain Wilson and every on els connected
with th gridiron sport at New Haven
has been condemned for th poor allow
ing mado by th Plue eleven.'
Whether or not Captain Wilson I to
blame I an open question. 3ut this on
thing Is true, Wilson had not been play
ing tha gama thia year that he did last
year. Early In tha season he waa shifted
from quarterback to a halfb&cic position
ou account of hla IBS pound ot weight.
but vn this shift, with Thompson at
tha pivot position, failed to bring the
bolstering up In tha tsanl that waa ex
Look Ilk a real blue aeaaon for Tale
with both Harvard and Princeton hitting
a good st rids Just now.
CRETE, Neb., Oct. 15. (Special Telegram-)
Coach Schlssler's Tigers defeated
Vlo IlSlllean's Bulldogs her today on a
muddy field In a drenching rain to tha
tune of 13 to 0.
Doan outplayed it opponent In all de
partment of the gama from the sounding
of th first whistle and had It not been
for the condition of the field, which
made open playing Impossible, should
have overwhelmingly defeated the former
Nebraska star's proteges. Time and again
a Doano man would get, Into th clear,
only to slip and fall, on account of the
Alt the playing of the entire first half
was in Cotner's territory, and the greater
majority of It waa Inside their forty
yard line. The half ended with tha ball
on Cotner' forty-yard line.
New Pep la Second Half.
The two teama came out for the second
half with a new pep Instilled Into them.
On a play on which Doana should have
been awarded a safety, th officials de
clared It a touchback and Cotner took
the ball on It twenty-yard line. With
the ball in the middle of th flel In
Doane's possession, Brambgugh, the Cot-
ner captain, wa sent out for roughness,
and although Doane should have profited
to th extent of half way to the goal line.
no penalty waa scssed. But th Tigers l
were not to b denied and on a crlsa.
cross, Klndtg went thirty-fiv yards.
A few bucks put the ball within strik
ing distance and Klein wa given th
tall to make a touchdown, but he fum
bled and Edmonds recovered tha ball over
the line, Edmonds missed gooal.
Doane's Ceater Leads.
In the fourth quarter, while House car
ried th ball over for th second touch
down, goal waa missed. The Individual
star of th gam waa Captain Johnston,
Doane's big veteran center. Ha played
his position in all atata style. Nlokl and
Klein hit tha line Ilk veritable ma
chine and It was on their line bucks
that Doano surpassed.
For Cotner Zimmerman, th big half
back, took honors. Had it not been for
his gains on their shift formation, Hal II
gun's pupils, would never have mad
their downs Schlssler's men, although
outweighed ten pounds to the mar) in th
line displayed excellent teamwork and
fought like tiger throughout. Lineup
Landstrorn 179 167 1W S3
Boord m 1 114 47b
Hayes 1st 149 13 6l
Kelner 195 1E6 150 ft
Totals 933 864 - Sl 1.60
MURPHY DID IT.
1st. M. M. Total.
MoCab 17 178 170 611
Bertwell 203 l" W
Gibson HI 18 lf.7 , 457
Dober 17 169 l"-
Fits 143 1 191 493
. Totals ....801 m 846 1.638
Games Played Today
On Foot Ball Fields
Of the Middle West
CHICAGO, Oct. 15. The following are
tha Important foot ball games scheduled
for tomorrow In the central west:
Wisconsin against Purdue at Lafay
ette. Illinois against Ohio State at Colum
bus. Indiana against Chicago at Chicago.
Northwestern against Iowa at lows
South Dakota against Minnesota at
Case against Michle-nn at Ann Arbor.
Carroll asralnst Michigan Agglea at
En st Lansing-.
Freshman against Notre Dame at Notre
Western Reserve against Ohio Wes
leyan at Cleveland
Kenyon against Cincinnati at Cincin
nati. INDIANAPOLIS IS TO
GET NEXT CONVENTION
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 15. The execu
tive committee of the National Women'
Christian Temperance union decided to
day to hold the next national conven
tion In Indianapolis. Th data, to be
fixed later, will be In November or De
cember, tni vrM. ;i , , -vwv.;jy!vi t
PAWNEE RACES ARE CLOSE
Two-Sixteen Pace Goes to Five
Heats, with Four Hortei
Jonna K B
J onus F.B.
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Beatrice. buhatltutee: Beatrice. Hive.
quarterback; fabcrwood, right halfback;
Moll, led end.
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Graa4 Ialaa High Vlas,
ORAND ISLAND, Neb.. Oct. U (Spe
cial Telegram.) The Lakavlew grounds,
on which the gridiron covered all of the
base hall grounds, waa so wet that one
uayer ven lost ni shoe fin J ndthor
team wss able to do its U-st In the York
i rsnd Inland lllvih eho l .vintest. which
Oiand Ialtind won, t '. i J Mur'i rriticlhti
was exei-esst ri oe the Yor' uinpl'e de-i-iftocia.
(Jrand ll i d h lt4 petia'is.-d
about ten tines and Vo k once, for ikee
Ms. irnd la'and aei'tirel a touchl.ai k
drin the ttrst and cnnut-i iive t:iiui in
the am'und by Grand isltul yHJJ the
oniy luutnaown in ma same.
REAL FIGHT OPENS
IH HIZZOU YALLEY
Straggle for Title On in Earnest
Among Foot Ball Aggrega
KANSAN3 OPPOSE DRAKE MEN
KANSAS CITT, Oct. W.-Th struggle
for th foot ball championship of th
Missouri vahey will get under full swing
tomorrow. Practice games with minor
teama are out of tha way and from now
on until th curtain fait on Thanks
giving day th eleven of the valley will
ba fighting for high order la th grid
Th Kansas Jaybawkers will be put
through a conference test tomorrow
when they tackl Drake at Lawrence. A
comparison of strength between th Uni
versities of Kansas and Nebraska teams
may b reached after the gama. Th
Cornhuskers piled up a big scor against
Drake, but the Iowana twice crossed tha
Nebraska goal Una.
Clash at CwlaaabUw
Tha University of Missouri and Uni
versity of Oklahoma will cl.sh at Colum.
bla. Th Tigers expect to run into a
hard game. With last Saturday's defeat
at the hands of Washington unlveraitv
fresh in hla mind. Coach Schukta has
been sending hla charge through a stiff
dally practice. Ha believe he has Im
proved a number of weak spots.
Washburn la not expected to giv th
University of Nebraska much of a battle
The Kansas Agglea will meet tha Kan.
sas State Normal school, which last week
suffered a defeat at tha haoda of the
University of Kansas eleven. Followers
Us The Bee' 'swapper" colum a.
Both games ar expected to ba closely
An Interstate contest to b decided ia
th game between th Missouri School
of Mines and th Kanaas School of
Mine, at Holla. The Missouri eleven I
said to ba In good shape.
to Take Place of the
Fall Street Fair
An Industrial exhibit of Omaha for the
Auditorium, open to th pabllo during
Ak-Sar-Bn festivities, ia a suggestion
the Omaha Manufacturera' association
will make to the board of governors of
Ak-Sar-Ben. This was roughly outl ned
at a meeting of the astoclat.on at noon
at the Commercial club rooms.
It ia planned that good manufactured
In Omaha could be exhibited there at
that time to advantage, and that deni lu
strations could bo given.
Further the association will suggest
that to take th place of the street fair,
an athletic carnival ba held, when ath
letea from all over the atat and sev
eral adjoining statea be brought her In
competitive work on a carnival ground
where an admission fee would be charged
nd prises would be offered. This tea
lure, they behove, would bring large
crtwda and help to mak up a F&iad
f jnd aa th carnival does now.
Lawrenc Emlth wa befor th asso
ciation at th meeting with hi tentv-
tlv proposition for a permanent Indus
trial exhibit la Omaha. He reported that
ha had seen aom forty or fifty manu
facturers who were willing to eo-oparat
to provide rooms for such aa exhibit as
near Sixteenth and Faraara aa pualU.
wbere exhibit of Omaha-mad good
could b shown all the time.
Tb home patronaa commlttc waa In
structed to arrange fjr a meet ng of
manufacturer on thia avsbject som t ni
Substitutes Kinney for Wallace. Mlckln
for Klndtr. Klndla- for Mickle. Mlckle
for Koester. Wsllace for Kinney, Dewltt
for Jelinek, Haytell for Klndlar. Johnston
for Newmon, Hscermsn for Brumbaugh,
Kennedy for Zimmerman. Keferoe
Racely, Nebraska. Umpire: Eager, Ne
braska. Head linesman: Kobes, Crete.
Touchdowns: Edmonds, Whltehouse.
Blank Central City
KEARNEY, Neb.. Oct. 15. (Special Tel
egram.) Tha Normal 1eam defeated Cen
tral City her today in a Jowly played
game on a muddy field, 39 to 0. The vis
itors were apparently not at their best
and wtth three men out of the game on
account of Injuries they never threatened
th cKarney goal. Shielda was th indi
vidual star fir th Normals, accepting a
forward pass for fifty yards for a touch
down. It rained during the entire time of
th game. Lineup:
OTHER EVENTS OF INTEREST.
PAWNEE CITY, Neb., Oct. 15. (Special
Telegram.) Yesterd&y'a racing program
for the Pawnee county fair waa run off
today, aa rain interfered with the sport
yesterday. The fair will continue over
Saturday on account of th rain.
The track waa heavy today and no fast
time was made. After th final heat of
the 2:S0 trot today Earl Beeiley of Syra
cuse, Neb., who was driving Len Medium,
was fined $10 by the Judge for pulling
his horse. Following Is th summary . .
Pacing. S:1A class, purse $360, mile heats:
Time, 2:23, IHB'A, 1:171. :(
Trotting, 1:30 class, purse $350,, mite
Alexandria S 1 S 1
Len Medium 3 4 12
Todd Wo'ney 1 J 4 4
Allle Axwood. 4 S S 3
Time, 2 30, 2:2f)i4, S:2i4, 2:S0.
Running, three-eightha-mlla dash, purse
$25: Stalby, first; Merrifleld. second;
Paw, third; Bob Logan, fourth. Time.
Running, three-fourths-mite dash, purse
$75: Blue, first; Concha, second; Merri
fleld, third. Time: 1:26.
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Chlcaaro Defeats Jap Toeuau
TOKIO, Oct. 15.-Tha University of
Chicago base ball team today defeated
me nine or iveio university. n.n.t;.
5 8 8 1.1
114 8 1
1 4 I 3,5
I I 1 I I
5 14 4
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4 loa Fight Kapected.
Washington university and Et. Iouls
university will play Wabash college and
Kooa collegs. rcspectivtly, tomorrow.
Foot stall Beawlta.
Crelghton. f7; Peru, .
Lflnvun, 7; Midland. 0-
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1st. 2d. Id. Total.
Shaw lift 14 lie 471
Radford 1 1J U8 47i
Johnson 1U 140 st
Roaey 171 144 11 b4
MoOoy J.O 174 8J3 6tfl
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Glbb 131 161 130 413
Coreon IS) b JaJ v.
Dudley 1) If 171 4M
Purshous 141 141 in 474
Metster 171 W lr 41
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ToUto Tl T41 836 t848
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