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TO ME FOH A ON-1N-
LAW- what iv
OPiNtriM r I r
OMAHA MEN VISIT
: WRRKTMNR TURK
He Think i They Are Spiet Givei
Hie Viewi on Wreitlinf
! and Boxing;
J IS A QUESTION OF NERVES
J lr ID W. 1MITII.
I CHIOAOO. Nov. l.-(Spec1al.)-Break-,
ln in on fin nap h u having yee.
itordsy in hi room at th Morrlaon hotel
i several "plea" from Omaha created th
; flrt rlf fl of anger that Tusslf f Hussan.
the Turk, who U matched to moot .
!8tcher In Lincoln Thanksgiving after-
noon, haa ahown sine ha came to Chl
iciro to flnlah up hla training.
I Ilussane'g ' training- 1 partner. Karl
j Schultt. brought th Omaha men Into
j Hussane'a room, Inhoncently enough, be
i causa they said they wanted to sea the
Turk. They were Introduced to the man
' from the Balkan mountalne and when
he found out they were from Omaha and
merely wanted to find out what condition
; ho waa In, the Turk waa furloue.
j "You bet, I'rre itwd, right now." he
' roared at thm, a he spread h!s bathrobe
open and ave them a flash it hla shsp.
"Tou co bet on your man, and I'll bet
you loae your money; that'a all 1 got to
Tha reception waa ao peppery that the
men from tho weft t least they aald
they were didn't linger long.
Hussan made a mild break In hla
training- on night to go up to Milwaukee
to aea Andre Anderson, who haa been
running on the road with h'm, fight Fred
Fulton. Andre got licked and this broke
the Turk all up. -
Does Wot Train Rlfhl.
"Ha no can train the right way." the
Turk aald on the way back from the
arena. "He train like moM American ,nd
foreign wrestlers. He get fat and siny ft
never get that big body down where It
eand mm punishment.
Further discussion along th's line
brought out the fact that the Turks al
waya haa bad an ambition to become
a fighter. While ha admits that he Is a
trlfla too old Just now he 57-he still
haa a strong leaning towards the aloo
game. He haa been around a good deal
with Jim Flynn, the Pueblo ftr. msn
and vetrean trial horse, and haa done
considerable; boxing with him. Here are
a fow ideas that the Turk gave me aa
a matter of comparison between tin
wrestling and the boxing game:
"When I its In condition for a hard
match en the wrestling mat I CDuld go
along for four or flva hours and at the
end feel pretty fresh and not as tired
as one aould expect.
-But when I try the boxing geme-ah.
that's entirely different, rve gone on
and boxed with Flynn aevrral times.
Kvea though J considered myself In fine
ahapa physically, strong and well all
over. I tire aa quickly as If I oeer had
done a minute's work to fit myself.
' MoalBC Is Different.
"Why, at tne end of a couple of rounds
of feinting and Jabbing and soms f ist
footwork, my arms simply go desd on
me and I have trouble holding them
up In front of my fare, It's the queerest
thing X ever saw.
"It must be that the nervous strain
In boxing- is much greater then It l tn
wrestling. When you grsppTe with a man
you get a chanoa to rest a HUle now
and then and can exercise and pJt Into
action different ids of muscle. But In
boxing It is all along one Jlne and that
la where the strain romrs In.
Terns ps well conditioned ,bor
might find it difficult to wrestle for sny
length of time without tiring..' jest ss 1
find It Impossible to box for more than
five or six minutes without golttf to
pieces. It's a etranee thing aid Ie
nver heard St satlafaotorlly explained.'
Ida Grove Trims
Lake City Eleven; v
Fourteen to Six
IDA GROVE l ; Kbv, t.-i,ietlsl
Telgram.)-Wlih' Fullbmck, King. Half,
hsck Bluer snd (luurris CIojj and Jen
sen, of the regulsr Ids Orove foot ll
I em en the s'de l'ne and their pi sees
filled by substitutes. Ida drove defeated
Lake City this afternoon, U te .
Early In the third quarter it looked
like the same oi;l end In a row as
Lake City refuted to acoj,t a penalisa
tion ef half way to their goal and banish
ment of Tackle Wrltrlit for slugging. H
wsa claimed II. si Wright ha4 been prev
iously wsmnd twice to destst.
LeUte City scored firet, a long forward
pass to Cochran psvltig the wsy. Ids
Orove rallied strong and five minutes
had carried the ball the length of the
field for a touchdown and added another
in tba third quarter. Just twfore the
Lake ( tty held Ida Ureve for downs on
their one-yard lln. Goodrich mad both
ecorea for Ida Urove and Nofcee scored
for Lake City. Ida drove ends tie sea
son Thanksgiving dy with a gam with
OraaJia Commercial Hign school her.
The have gone through thus tax wite a
vuifurua iit ef victories.
CARE. NOT WHAT
You Sav - i
i- I I OLD
BY THE WESLEYANS
Visitor tt No Stage of the Game
Have a Chance to Soore, Home
Team Bathing the Flay.
HARD FLAYING FROM START
V NIVEIUJTT PLACK. Neb.. Nov. II
( Special Telegram.) Before a large num
ber of arumnt, who had arrived for the
annual home coming festivities, the Wee
leyan'a defeated the University of Wyom
ing, here today, 10 to I.
Members of the foot ball squid from
the University of Iowa, who will try
conclusions with tha Comhuskera tomor
row, were the guests of Wesleyan and
occupied grandstand seats. Most of the
Cornhuskers wer also present. '
Wesleyan won the toss and shose to
take advantage of the wind, which waa
rather strong during part of the con
test. By meana of Una bucking. We.
teysn worked tha bell down to the visi
tors' goal and Durham went over for the
rirst touchdown In eight minutes of play.
Illnman missed a difficult goal. Wea
leyan. ; Wyoming, 0.
Teeleyan Adds Haven More.
Wyoming tried the line, but could make
no gaina, neither were forward passe
effective. After anme kicking the first
quartsr ended with the ball In Wes
leyan'a possession In the center of the
About tha middle of tha second quarter
a forward rass, Hlnmann to Alexander,
was good for a gain of thirty-seven yards
and tha speedy end ran twenty yards
more for n touchdown before the visitors
knew ht had happened. Hlnmann
l icked goal. Wesleyan, II; Wyoming, 0.
The remainder or this period waa fea
tured by soma very aggressive work by
Craig, who wsa tha best ground gainer
In the third quarter Wyoming tried a
number of forwards passes, but could not
The Last Toarbdovta.
The last touchdown came when Wes
leyan gslned possession of the ball on a
blocked kick and Hudson ran ten yards
through a broken field to the goal line.
Htnnmann kicked "goal. Wesleyan, W;
The last quarter was mainly a defensive
one for Wesleyan until Coach Kline put
in several new men to replace some who
have been nursing Injuries.
In the last few minutes Wesleyan
ruehed the ball almost to the end of the
ftekl and was cheated out of another
touchdewn only by the blowing of the
The game was fast and clean, with few
Injuries. Kston played a greet gme
at quartet', as did also Kline, end Leah.
One or the letter s tackles was especially
Penalties far HoMlasr.
Wesleyan surfered most from penalties,
incstly for holding. Wesleyan completed
three forward passes for a total of lflui
jaids, wMIe Wyoming completed two
for twenty-five yarde.
Wealeysn fslled on three and the
vUitors on twelve attempts to gain
ground by the aerial route. The line up:
WMLEIAN'. I WTOMINfl
L.K.I 1. IP
. .. Irwin
. .. Dr.iw
, i .
e l i'
Ih H rl n rV
Mc'r'ck tC.)!H T.I H.T..
Illnman R B i U.K..
Ketoii ....Q.H. Q B..
lrheivi yu v a .
Officials Rferee: hHoe. t nlvfrxltv
pf Iowa fmt.lie: Hj-ll'gsn. rx-.Va'.
trefka. Linemen: All. n.
Scalped bv Doane
Tre B!vue Indians loel to the Doane
T1re by a score of 14 to yesterday
Although Doane carried the bell four
and a half times aa far as Bellevue. they
succeeded lit scoring only two touch
down. Hel'evue wsa contlnuslly on the
defensive and Doon on the offensive. At
no time wss Doan'a goal In danger, the
Indians never getting nearer than their
forty-yard line. Once only the visitor
wer forced to punt from their fifteen
Doane felled to soore in the first
quarter, slt.iough twice they backed the
ball to their opponents' goal Una. twlo
losing the bell on Intercepted forward
Tl' second period passed without a
score until the last few minutes of play,
when Kdrnonds place-kicked from an
j angle on the Iwentv-ftve-yard line.
! Throughout the first half Belleoua punted
' consistently on first downs.
The second half loane came back with
more drive end punched the bail down
th field five times, twloe for tallies.
.After carrying tha ball half tb length
of th field by steady tin amashes in
the fourth quarter. Donna failed a touch
down by trying two forward passe ever
tike goal Una, each of which waa Inter-
oapted. The gam ended with Down'
taU on Bellaoaa'g tea-yard Bne
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I LL Fix
New Haven is ringing with tha name
of Otla Guernsey, the man who had
more to do with the; snatching of vic
tory from th Princeton eleven than any
other player on th Tale team. Guern-'
eey will be closely watched by Harvard
In th great gam of th year next Sat
urday. And Juet because of Guernsey,
Yale will trot onto the field at Cam
brWf with less odds agalnat It thaa
would have obtained tern week ago.
THE KANSAS AGGIES
Undefeated Sooner. Eleven Defeats
Jay Lawk Farmert by Score
of 21 to 7.
MANHATTEN MO 0UTPLATED
MANHATTAN. Kan.. Nov. 14-Th un
defeated CnlvtrsUy ef Oklahoma foot
ball eleven added another victory to lt
long uat of games today by huntbllng
the squad from tb Kansas Stat Agrt
cultural college, a to T. Th Oklahoroana
outplayed th Manhattan men, th only
Aggie touchdown coming aa th result
of a fuaibla a fw minute attar tb
first parted opened.
To MulUvna tha Aggie quarterback.
t tha honor for m siliut th OaJsv
IT" c" r::.;i
OMAHA. SATITHDAV. XOVKMHKK 20, 191 :.
HOLD M OCA
Will Watch This Lad
GUERNSEY GETTINO A WAT A DROP
Yale has come back, and her victory
ever Princeton proved it. Standing oa
the flfty-flve-yard una Guernsey booted
the ball over the cross bar In the great
est kick seen on an eastern foot ball
field in thirty-two yeera. In his run
ning, too, Guernsey showed himself on
of the most capable fullbacks of tba
eastern gridiron world.
Guernsey haa played on Yale Steven
for three year, but never distinguished
homa goal lln. . Th fleet Manhattan
player snatched up the ball when an
Oklahoma player dropped It and sped
fifty yards for a touchdown. Hartwlg
kicked goal. , . -
With th count 7. to In favor of th
local eleven, th Oklahomana opened up
and on straight foot ball, pressed across
th gridiron to a . touchdown. Seven
point wer added In tha second and
again In th third period.
In th final period tha 'aAggiea grew
stronger and held th Sooner eat.
Lincoln High Scores
Touchdown on York
YORK, Neb.. Nov. i.-(Siial Tele
gram.) In one of the scrappiest games
of foot boll ever pulled off In York and
la which the visitor wer frequently cau
tioned against rough work. Uaooln High
defeated York High, T ta H bam today.
Bohntldt of LineoU had a aaausaor broke
ta th gi
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
YOU TOLD ME
YOU NEVER ?MOKEO
inT minute? c' r
himself before. This year he waa out
of tha gam nearly all iaon because
of tllneaa and when ha did ooma out for
praotloe he oould not round Into condi
tion enough to warrant a piao being
grvea bin. With 8oovtl out because of
a broken nose and a broken thumb
Ouarnaey waa tha. only available man
to hold down th full back lob. Tale
waa forced to us him, and so forced
to win ovwr Prlnoeton.
Kearney Normal Wins
In Contest with Peru
PERU. Neb., Nov. -Special Tele
gram.) Th beet gam of several sea.
sons between Peru and Ksarnay elevens
was won by Kearney today. IT to a Pre
ceding the gam all classes were dis
missed tor an bour and a half and all
th students, taama and band participated
In a grand rally, after which several
floats carried th competing toama with
th students four abreast marching In
a grand procession three blocks long.
The game waa clean and well fought, al
though there were no spectacular Plays
on either side. There wer no stars and
th story really reads that Kearney haa
the better team. Th forward pass well
xeouted) won the game. Matters of
Omaha was umpire and Dudley of Coun
cil Bluff, referee.
Attar the game Peru) boys and faoullty
gave a raoeptloa ta Kearney la tha gyiu-
& -m-ir . ill lr- b
LET HE "1 C
Ci hi !,.
OYER OMHA LADS
High School from City Up the River
Wim Over Omaha Eleven by
7 to 0 Count
Both SQUADS LACK TEAM-WORK
In a game that showed a great lack of
teamwork on either aide, Sioux City High
defeated Central High at Rourke park
Friday afternoon by tho scor of 7 to 0.
Omaha had numerous chances to pueh
over a touchdown, but through mlsplays
or fumble threw them away. Toward
the close of th third quarter the locals
woke up and dashed down the field fifty
yards on two beautifully executed for
ward passes. With tha ball on tha eleven-
yard line Omaha then lost tha ball on
downs, due to three successive misplaya,
each on of them counting; for a loss.
Montgomery proved th star performer
for th visitors, while 8ml tS Grove and
Nichols played a star game for Omaha.
Grove at lrght taokl stopped every play
sent through his position, and on the of
fensive acquitted himself equally as well,
making good gains on tackle-back anft
tackle-around play. Smith at end
stopped all play sent around his end and
never failed to gain when given the ball.
Nickol ran th team most of th game,
taking the place of Neville, who did not
start tha game on account of an injury
which he sustained In th Lincoln game.
Ha showed generalship all through the
leeie la ecead Period.
Th Bioux touchdown came at the start
of tb second quarter. With tne ball in
tha middle of the field the hostile crew
wept the Omahans off their feet with
series of well sustained rushes down
the field, and little Montgomery rushed
through th line for the leet ten yards
and a touchdown. He kicked the easy
The Central eleven waa considerably
weakened by the absenc of Fullaway,
Morearty. Reea, Beard, Newton and
OMAHA. SIOUX CTTT.
smith R.K. R.E.
Grove R.T. R.T. .
Payntar R.O. R.tl. .
Krogh C. C. ...
Mason L.O. L.O.
Crowley L.T. L.T. ,
Daugherty ....JK. L.& ,
Nichols Q Q. ...
Welrloh R rf. R.H.
Peterson F.B. F.B.
lnn I.H. L. K.
, . Montgomery
Substitutes: Omaha f'nhan n
Neville for Nichols. Nichols for Pper-
"n. jjrogan Tor favnter; Ploux City
Tarashan-ky for anson. Brown for Gates.
ruuennown: Montgomery. Goal after
touchdown: Montgomery. Officials'
Haoeley of Nebraska, rnferee: Rathbun
or Peetnee. umpire: Mever nf w.iav.n
head linesman. Time of quarters, 12 mln-
Omaha Mat Fans to
Have Pullmans for
Ovwr S500 worth of seats to tha nt-h.v.
fHuasan match at Lincoln Thanksgiving
anernoon were sold on the first day the
eats were put on sale at tho Merchants
hotel. This Is taken by Promoter Melady
to Indicate an enormous interest in the
match. Other reports from all over the
country also testify to this Interest.
In the Merchant hotel iiwui r
twenty-ftve cars, which will run over the
(Burlington next Thursday afternoon, will
W - .. TX..I1 a-
m r-usnu.ii COAL' net rof trim fn-O
eommodatloa of th women folks who
will fo from hw to attend the match.
sfeaoo Laaaae. Msek
DREADNT JXTMPRR8. Paul
1st. d. 3d. Tot.
Courtney ..141 H 117 SM
Van Hern.. KS 111 VI 1
Larson 1 10 19) 40
Hargadm . M 148 14 w
Glasgow ...147 IK 11 in
Totals ....6M 4 s 1M4
, Totals . . . .174 M 4 17S
, . 1st. Id. Id. Tot
Johnstoq ..-133 137 1M 431
Mr-Lafferty 115 14S 100 tot
Prooopte ...111 in 364
Kirkhm U9 llt rj
Rothke lul 156 HO
Totals ....tit 670 461 1004
OAK BRAND OVERALLS
w , 1st Id. Id Tot.
Mullck M4 111 171 4H
C. Smith.. ..Ill 114 111 157
Berka in 144 176 471
ToUle ....448 in V
1st. M. M. Tot.
Plereon ....lfl 113 114
Harberre . 1"1 K 164 S4
Graham ....137 137 177 411
Harrington 111 111 111 1M
Masllka ...14 Ub 1 PA
Totals ....841 (Ut 684 1178
1st. Id. M. Tot.
McDougal .1 130 1 DM
Maseey la) 12t 1J 1X1
Bis ford ....111 111 1U M
Swanson ...130 171 144 44
Bushnell ...161 141 111 431
Totals .... tt 3U90
1st. Id. Id. Tot
Parker 127 131 1-4 413
Knee 134 ISO 1M a
Cornell Ut 111 111 X4
Florkee ....1 171 1 470
Weslergrd .190 161 1ST em
Totals ... H 461 43 IS
1st 3d. M. Tot.
VaKin ....171 1T1 11 !B4
Terrell ,...14S 1ST 10 4M
Cain 12 lfS ! 47)
Toman ....17 l4 1
Cochran ...170 T12 1 VJ
Total 13 xr,
1st M. Id Tot
Ooff 17T n 14 IS
P. Jaroah..l4 161 ltt U7
Totals .... 7i4 711 HM
lt. Id. fcl. Tot.
Hay Vi 1J
Bver ....l:" lt W ti
Phelp lol 140 1 II
Del 141 Ul Ul 4u
EACX TO MY
Undefeated Eleven from Lincoln
County Gives Drubbing to
Opponents, 40 to 0.
HEAVY LINE TURNS TRICK
NORTH rSLATTD, Neb., Nov. 19.-Bpe- .
clal Telegram.) North Platte High's un
defeated eleven won an easy victory to
day from Lexington, 40 toO. Lexington
played desperately during the first half,
holding their opponent to a 7 to 0 score.
They wer weakened, however. In the sec
ond half before th lino plunge of the
local and wer unable to prevent them
scoring almost at will Th lineup:
LEXINGTON. NORTH PLATTE.
On minings LE. L.E. Overman
Morgan L.T. L.T Baker
Bwen -...La. L.G Crook
L. Hewett C. C Calhoun
Haaenoamp (c).R-G R.G Hood
House R.T. KT Bogue
Crandell R.E. R.E Thompson
Houaer Q.B. Q.B Jones
McKea UH. L.H.. Cool
Atkinson F.B. F.B Kelly
P. Hewett R.H. R.H Christ
Touchdowns: Bogue (a). Baker, Jones,
Kelly. Goats from touchdown: Cool.
Thompson (3). Subetttues: O'Connell for
Hood, Norrts for Cool. Reynolds ror
House. Referee: Baaklna. Umpire:
Halllgan. Linesman: Hesnard.
College Wins Over
Hastings by 7 to 6
HASTINGS, Neb., Nov. 19.-(8pecla!
Telegram.) In a bitterly fought struggle
Grand Island college defeated Hastings.
7 to , this afternoon. A a result Grand
Island reiterated its claim to the state
title, disputing the claim made by Wes
leyan. and aa these two teams will not
play the championship may be left un
settled. Hastings scored ita first touchdown In
tha first few minute of play. Prince
carrying tb baU over after White and
Pratt had made long runs. A forward
paas by Taft and Lowrey netted Grand
Island twsnty yards to Hastings' one
yard line In tha second period and Lowrey
made the touchdown and kicked goal.
It was an even struggle from then on.
Riley, Bteln, Whit and Prince were tho
Haetlng stars, while Taft and Lowrey
were th principal gainer for Grand
island. Th lineup:
L. Stein L.G.
R. Stein R.G
Pratt (o) La
Dunlap F B
vvtiite RRiRH.. (I ni...,::
HubsUtutes: Hastlna Brown Moss
Bltner. Brown. Stratton. Refere?:
Kearns. Omaha. Umpire: HagerT,
MISSOURI VALLEY TEAMS
W,LL PL.TURKEY DAY
Th elevens of the Univeralty of Mis
souri and Kansas will rest today prapara
toryto the big battle between the schools
at Columbia on Thanksgiving; day Bth
elevens have rounded to fine condition
and while Kansas is a favorite, the Mis
souri supporters maintain tv... ,v
...m. viiqjt will
have a number of surprises for the Jav
Other bnportant Thanksgiving day
jam, axe the Univeralty of Taxaa-Notr.
d"h ' AmrOn. the Drake-Ame.
contest at De. Moines, the Oklahoma.
City and th Georgatown-St. Louis unl
versity game at St Louis.
l?n M 111 4KB
- 114 127 141
Doharty ..J17 y ir 4.
Wartohow 1S4 m 101 g-g
Learn xq m jjg
Total ,...tn7 '1 STgi;
WROTH S CAPB.
n. .XL 'L V: ot
Lindsay ...lil 14T 1M
Hansen ...90 1i 23i
Teal 1M Kl m
Panton ..lfil 17
Total ....(CM 91! rgg
Bowers ....164 1M
J. Jarosh .lw y,
Hunt'gton tti m jtn
Conrad ....171 H7 81
Naal ....17 Jul a&j
in. Z1. M. Tot.
..101 13 141 11
..128 1H lat n
..134 1K Its 4H4
.. 11 11 a 61
Tftal -...gal 911 1064 !
i UL.n AGE.
1st Id. Id.
?aler ITS V 1
"land i 1M jS4
1 154 17t
Elm'rman .1 l VQ
arp J68 m joo
Total ....17 wa 46 tbSi
lt. Id. Id. Tot
rritcher no lrt 11
Orieble ....114 1?a l 446
Lefler U7 l.t 176 4U
I.oney 179 1S 1
Kennedy 171 17 Ul
Total ...J!) 75 M 55
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