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RKAL ESTATE LOANS
i AND SHt for loans on beat class city
residences In amcunta 12 up, alio
fiirm loans. Reasonable commissions
PETERS TRUST CO., 122 Farnam Pt.
OMAHA tiomM. Kast Nebraska farms.
O'KEEKE RKAL EfTATK CO..
IHi Omaha National. Phone Douglas 171S.
MONEY on hand for city and farm lemna.
H. W. Binder. City National Bank BUlg.
CtTT LOAN8. C. O. Csrlbrg. Sl
w Ji Brendi Theater Eld.
FARM A RAM II l.A.MK FOR ALB.
FLORfDA Any one wishing a large
ranch for stock raising anil loed ne, ad
dress Taveau, Altaiuoute -springs, Kla. o
10, or 160 a errs good hea vy oil, well
settled part of Todd county, Minn
rood roads, schools and chunhea. Price,
115 to 8i0 per acre. Terms, $1 per acrs
cash, balance 11 per acre a year; 6,0)
acres to eelcct from. Schwab Bros.. lO'.'g
180 Acre Missouri fa mi, 66 cultivated;
house, barn, orchard, spring. 31. W.
Terms MOO. Farm list free. Ward. Moun
tain Home, Ark. o
UPPER WISCONSIN-Deat dalnr and
general crop stats n the union; settijrs
wanted: lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central t.nnd Grant. Excellent lands
for stock rnlsina. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards.
Address; Land and Industrial Dept., 8oo
Line Rallwey. Minneapolis. Minn.
Miser 1 In neou.
HAVE) YOU A FA KM FOR BALK?
Write a food description o your land
and send it to the Kloux City, (la.) Jour
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Frl
day evening. Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening; and Sunday for one
month, prtvtng sixteen ads on twelve dif
ferent day for 32; or GO words, ft, or 76
Largeat circulation of any Iowa news
paper. 250.000 readers dally In tour great
FARMS FOR RENT
FARM FOR RENT-1!0 acres, about 55
acres In alfalfa. Inquire Wal. L34 2, or
apply to J. C. Root.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
NEW BUNGALOW 1I0ME
Five-room, has oak finish In three
rooms, one a sunrooin; beam ceilings;
bookcases; window seat; fine large
kitchen with convenient pantry and Ice
box room; furnace heat; cemented base
ment; fine lot; paved street; close to car;
located near 19th and Laird Sts.; easy
terms or lot taken as first payment.
log McCasrue Bids;. Douglas 1653.
2614 Chicago St.
An 8-room, all modern house, with
full lot, 66x146, only short distance from
Creighton college and high school, and
walking distance from center of town.
With 3100 spent in repairs, this house
would be easily worth 33,000. We are
athorfzed tou sell it. for a- few dnys, at
a real sacrifice $2,400; 3i0 cash and
monthly payments to suit.
The Byron Reed Co
Douglas 297. Si 2 ' 8. 17th St.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
New Home For
Sale, Easy Terms
House, full two stories, frame and
stucco. Firenlace, sleeping porch, oak
finish, 7 rooms, most conveniently ar
ranged, exceptionally well built. Can
take good lot or acreage as part pay
ment. 30:25 California st. Trice. KW.
George & Company
Douglas 756. 902 City National Hank dldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
We are offering for sale 2 choice lots
located on Nicholas St., between 60th
and 61st, for 31.260 each. The location
is about the highest in Dundee; good
sufroundlngs all new houses; on paved
street; sewer, walks and city water. Will
make terms. See us about them at onco.
HASTINGS HRVDHN. 114 Harney Bt.
ITS BRAND NEW
Beven-room bungalow; all modern; oak
finish; large living room; rooms all new
ly decorated; screens, window shades,
water meter, full basement; fine 6-foot
lot; paved street; located In the heart of
Dundee. Price right. Terms eay.
10 McCagu Bldg. Douglas 1853.
New Dundee Home
New 6-room, strictly modern home, ad
ditional sun room and sleeping porch;
oak, mahogany and white enamel fin
ish; south front, high and sightly loca
tion; want offer. Call Walnut 1431 or
REAL ESTATK INVESTMENTS
44 ft next First National.
$45,000 asking price. Make offer.
Harrison & Morton
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
To b sold this week, corner lot, 70fcx
140, with three cottages; good location,
and all rented and bringing In good rev
enue. For full particulars regarding this
sale, call Douglas 498.
FOR 6AL1 Modern house. Doug. 4502.
REAL ESTATE VACANT
LEAVING City. I owe on my lot at
Iftth and Dodge. -Ninke otter for iuy
squlty at onec L-144 le.
Apartments, flats, r.ouses and cottages
can so ranUd quickly and cheaply by
Be "For Rent"
Notice is hereby given that scaled pro
postals will b received by the Board of
Directors of the Short Una Irrigation
District at their office In the Village of
Bayard. Neb., for the purchase) or fif
teen thousand five hundred ihty-two
dollars face valua of the g per cent
serial bonds of sala district until 1 A
o'clock p. m. on the 7th day ot Decemb7
11; said bonds art isuued under and b
virtue of an Act of the le,-i,atur of the
Stat of Nebraska, approved March 26tn!
lM. 8elon Law Mi. Chapter ;o and afl
amendments thereto and pursuant it, J
vol o the majority of 'thy qualltiad elec
tors of said duttrict. The Board xpre..ly
reserve ths right to reject any and fcf,
bids and IU in no event sell any of ald
bonds lor , ...... .i,ti,-iiv, per cent
it the tv valu thereof. By order
th Board of Directors
Secretary Short Liu irrigation District.
Omaha Bowlers Fail
to Make Big Scores
In Five-Man Events
Luxus Team Shoots Into Ninth Place
Total of 2,633, Other Locals Fall
ing Behind Them in the Race
THIS IS GREAT DAY ON ALLEYS
Team City. Score,
Jack D.nJals. St. tools 8.750
Valao Cafe. X. Mara B.704
Atosa Praus, St. touts a.eai
wtshiatons, st. tout a.eea
rtlstaffs, St. touts.
St. tvclN Sosoials. St. touiS 8.633
no3nt Powder Co.. Bt. touls 8.951
rtats, Minneapolis 8,633
KiT.nir Brngg-emaa. Slonx City... C5
Al Wrtohow. Omaha 640
K. t. McCoy, Omaha
Jnl Kclmitt. St. tools "84
FTred Schlappe'al, St. tools 633
H. 1. Sslmnas, St. Joseph ......... 681
Gsonr Toman, Omaha 604
J. Pureiald, Omaha 601
taw Waldeoksr, St. tool 803
W. n, Bchoenman. Omaha C08
Brno Carrett-Charley Houssr, St.
W. K Kadlsr-Oust Tolmaa, St.
IfraiM'h Solnla.Clyd Ooobraa
3. 3. tChrla.J. t. Bohaefsr. St.
n a. tumi.rN mi. St.
Ted Keala-rrank Ooorad. Omaha .1.143
Trad Strna;l-Jak Pflueger, St.
totW . 1.J45
Frank Janosh-T. Frits. Omaha 1,144
CUnt Cde-Walter Khea, Mlnneao-
Carl Cr u E. Tsrrsll. Omaha 1,114
AXt EVE BITS,
Brae Jarrett, St. tonls 1,7V J
And Jtdllcka, Brain ard. Hsb 13
tew Waldeckar. St. tonls 1,738
H. 'R,. biemacs. St. Joseph 1,717
Her am Brus"rman, Mioxxx City. ... 1,733
One of the largest crowds that has
witnessed a bowling match In Omaha, for
many moons, assembled at the Farnam
alley last night to watch the home con
tingent strive for a place In the five
man event of the Midwest tournament.
The Omaha bowlers were as a whole
out ot luck and did considerable less than
was expected of them. The Duxus,
Jetters, Old Age (South Bide), and Far-.
nam teams did the stellar work of tho
evening, and nosed ahead of aevoral who
are among the near leaders in the race.
Fall to Meet Hopes.
It was confldcntally predicted and
hoped for by tho big crowd that one
of the local quintet would surpass th
OMAHA TEAM GOES
INTO THIRD PLACE
Hen Sciple and Clyde Cochran Get
Into the Money by Boiling
1,168 Score in Doublet.
NEALE ANP.....C0NEAD SIXTH
Kenneth Sciple and Clyde Cochran
went Into third place In the doubles'
event of the Midwest bowling tourn
ament yesterday by marking up
a count of 1,158. This score places
the locals four pins ahead of Wehrle
and Schaefer of St. Louis, who
previously occupied the third posi
tion. Sciple was the chap who turned th
trick. He blasted the lumber for 27 pins,
and only some bad breaks In his third
game, which dropped to 169 pins, pre
vented him from turning In a higher
score. Ken's second game was his big
one. with a 249 count.
Ted Nealc and Frank Conrad, another
Omaha team, waltxed Into sixth place
by rolling 1,145. Conrad was high In this
team with 91, and Noale rolled an aver
age game of 564.
V. Jarosh and FIti were Just one pin
behind Neule and Conrad and thus went
Into seventh place. Jarosh and Fits
started out like 'a young hurricane and
it looked like they would set up a double
mark which no team In the world could
beat. Jarotth cracked the lumber for 257
and Kltx tumbled 2"9 pins, And then they
Jaroah did fairly well In his second
game, with 195, but Fits split 'em wide
open, and barely registered 152. In the
third game it was Jarosh who split 'em
wide and he only made 144, while Fits
picked up a bit and scored a 187 game.
Other Tenuis Kali Down.
Cain and Terrell and Looney and Hall
were the only other Omaha teams to roll
1.100 in the doubles event up to 1 o'clock.
The remaining teams fell down hard.
Apparently the alleys on which the
tourney is being staged hav annexed th
"goats" of the Omaha trlble. Yesterday
such crack teams, as Huntington and
Jimmy Jarosh. Martin and Toman' and
Teal and Fanton rolled 9u0 counts. When
such teams as these fall below 1,100 tl.
only logical explanation la that the alleys
are too fast and there Is no question but
what th Farnam drives are In superb
BEAVER CITY CLAIMS TITLE
IN SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA
BEAVER CITY. Neb.. Nov. 25. Spe
clal Telegram.) Beaver City High school
won the championship of southwest Ne
braska from the McCook High school
this afternoon, IS to 7. McCook made a
touchdown la the first quarter on a fak
play. Beaver City followed with a touch
down in the second quarter and one In
the last on line bucks. Neither team
made a successful forward paas. This
game gives Beaver City a clear cham
pionship, having won from Cambridge,
Oxford. Red Cloud and McCook. They
have not been defeated by a southwest
LONG STRING OF VICTORIES
GOTHENBURG, Neb., Nov. 26. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Gothenburg High de
feated Cozad High here today, 22 to a
Gothenburg goal never was in danger.
Basklns and Halllgan. both of North
Platte, were referee and umpire. Gothen
burg has defeated Curtis. Hastings.
Broken Bow, Scott's Bluff, Kearney Nor
mal seconds, played an unfinished game
with Lexington and lost to North Platte.
Kalrharr Ham tiaards Wis.
FAIHBl'HY, Neb., Nov. . (Special
Telegram. Fahrbury Horn Guarda de
feated Bellevtll. Kan., In a shut out
game, 1 to 0, her today.
hhihwater mark of J.7IA mads by the
Jack Daniels team of St. Louis. That
they failed even coming clos to this
Is amply proven by a glanoe at tho scortf.
Walter Ooffs L.uxus looked like th real
McCoys for a time, but eventually drifted
behind and out of the running but still
ahead of thslr competitors for th even
In. It is likely that the Jack Daniels crew
will gallop horn with the rocks, although
there Is still a llght chanc that thoy
may be topped by an Omaha turn,
Crowd Stay Loyal.
Whll th result was dlsappolntlnt to
th horn rooters, nevertheless there was
some extra good bowling and averal
brilliant hits brought a good hand from
the crowd. -
The teams went through the evening In
double-quick order with the reault that
the games wer finished ft a comparl
tlvely early hour.
Today the Omah crowd will deliver
their shar of the two-man and Individual
events. They will start at o'clock
In th morning with th two-men events,
th last of these being set for 1 o'clock
In the afternoon. Following this. Indi
vidual events will comprise the program.
On Chance Remain.
In the evening the five-man events will
be continued, starting at 8:80 o'clock.
It Is here that the Omaha fans place
their last hope of victory In the Jetters
Old Age squad. They will be forced
to compete against such strong opponents
as the Chalmers club of Pueblo. The
latter posses Wallle Pierce, the champion
ten-pin artist ot the country, who last
year bowled th phenomenal figure of
Til, the world's record at the A. B. C.
tournament, at Peoria.
Good Work In Sight.
The last mentioned teams are expected
to open the eyes of the throng, and If
the past records ot the members are any
basis for prediction, they will equal. If
not surpass the Jack Daniels figure. An
extra big throng Is expeoted to attend,
in fact indications last night were that
many fans would be dissapolnted
through lack of seating accommodation.
EYANS WINS FIRST
Ames Entrant Victorious in Annual
Y. M. C. A. Event, in Which
Every Starter Finishei.
NLBBASKA TEAM TAKES TB0?HY
John D. Evans of Ames was the
first of twenty runners to finish in
the fifth annual cross-country run
t.nder the auspices of the Omaha
Young Men's Christian association
He covered the course of about fifty
one blocks, or more than three miles,
in 19 minutes, 344 seconds. The
Young Men's Christian association
cup, awarded to the team making the
; best showing on points, went to the
j University of Nebraska, whose comJ
I'euiure won encunu, luira ana IIIIQ
Every one of th score of starters fin
Uheo the complete course.
With Bare tears.
Omahana who wre abroad on the
fc' reels were given their annual surprise
when they saw twenty youths, bareleggsd
nnu wearing only thin and abbreviated
runing suits, dashing madly through the
; downtown streets of the city. A coursa
northwest from th Young Men's Chris
linn association and back to the starting
place was laid for th runner,
i Walter Malsey, an Omaha High school
j entrant, finished fourth. Omaha Young
unrisnan association secured sec
ond place In the teams' contest The fol
lowing runners held the first seven places
In the race:
John D. Evans, Ames, time 19:8414.
Kmmett Garrison, Nebraska, time 18:63.
Harold E. Qrlbble, Nebraska, time 20:11
Walter Malsey, Omaha High.
H. B. Pascale, Nebraska.
U O. Griffith, Omaha Toung Mens
I. W. Bcott, Nebraska.
NEBRASKA AGGIES TRIMMED
RY NELSON COLLEGE TEAM
NELSON, Neb.. Nov. 2S. (Hpeclal Tele
gram.) The Nebraska Aggies wer de
tested her today by th Nelson college
team, t to 0. This was the fastest and
most bitterly contested game ever seen
tn this section of the state and was wit
nessed by a record-breaking crowd In
j spite of the misbehavior of the weather
The ball was played most of ths game
In the Aggies' territory. The Aggies
r .irsed their only opportunity to score
when they fumbled on the Nelson's flve
yt.ro. line. The visitors outweighed th
r liege by five pound to the man in the
line, but the speed of the college bsck
j rielc was too much for the Aggies.
. Ntl'her side was able consistently to gain
iy line smashes. The 'Aggies attempted
forward asses throughout the game, but
to no avail, while Nelson relied mostly on
, It th last three minutes of play
Pcounse for Nelson scooped up a fuinblo
I punt and raced thirty yards through the
crtire Aggie team for the only touch
down of the game.
Tht playing of Captain Owens, Bltten
fhld and Scounse captured the game.
Loth team played a remarkably clean
gfme, neither side being penalised tor
holding or rough playing.
Liverpool Grata Market.
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steady, No. t hard winter, new lis trdd,
old, li 3Mrd ; No. i Manitoba, lis 6d, No.
I. 11a t'd.
CuHN tipot, firm; American mixed. La
Plata, s id.
told Blasts Srlattra.
Sloan's Liniment will hlp your sciatica.
Get a Xo bottle bow It penetrates, kills
lb pain, stops many aches.. All drug
Jayhawkexi. With Heavy BacWI
Have Advantage in Gam
Played in Downpour.
FINAL SCORE IS EIGHT TO
COH'MBIA, Mo., Nov. 25,-Kansa
fcatnd Missouri today. S to , in a ;
pour of rain. The heavy field wm a
vantage for Kansas, whose heavy i
hurled themselves at the Tigers' lliv
brought the ball clos enough to
sourl's goal for Ulndsey, th Kansas
back, to kick two field goals. The
Jayhawkera' count was a safety !
first quarter, Missouri's only count
In the third period, when Captain H
man recovered a Kansas fumble
sped to a touchdown.
Kansas won th toss and rhosH
wert goal, with the wind at Ita
The game began in a downpour of
Woods Itetarns the Ball.
Groves for Missouri kicked off
yards and Wood returned the ball fl
Reber failed to gain around right
LJndsey punted forty yards. Pitt am
a long forward paas, which Wood
cepted and ran back ten yards. Kd
ball on Missouri's forty-yard line.
Steady plunging carried th Jayt
era to the thirty-yard line. Wood
away around Missouri's left end t
Tiger ten-yard line. Kansas was put
to the twnnty-flve yard line on a pe
A forward pass. Llndsey to Wood, g
ten yards. Llndsey missed a drop
from the twelve-yard line.
. It was a touehback for Missouri
Tiger put the ball tn play on
twenty-yard line. On a punt the Mi
center made a bad pass, the ball r
over the Missouri goal line, where
souri downed It tor a safety. Score
Kansas, t; Missouri, 0.
' Dropa the Ball.
Missouri put the ball back In pi
the twenty-yard line, where after
Ineffectual attempts at the Kansatj
Ptttam runted forty yards to
Twice forward passes, Llndsey to 1
gave Heath a clear stretch of the
but h dropped the ball each Urn,
sas recovered the ball on MIsi
twenty-yard line, where th q
ended. Scor: Kansas, I; Missouri,
Lindaey wicked off forty-flv ya
Stankosky, who returned twelve
Fast recovered a Missouri fumbl
Missouri's thirty-five yard lln. K
hit the Tiger line Ineffectively
souri took the. ball on downs.
Kansas was penalised five jrr
offside plays. Rider mad flv
MHsourl was penallied fifteen yar
holding. rtttam punted twen
Ualns K I Kht Tarda.
A forward pass. Llndsey to
gained eight yards. Llndsey klc
field goal from the fifteen yard 1
Lino plunges took th oval to tit
yard line, wher Llndsey dropped
and sent another field goal betwert
Missouri goal posts as th period
Score: Kansas, 8; Missouri, 0.
After a few-plays in the third oj
Specimen, Missouri's captain, recove
a Kansas fumble and raced thlrty-flv
ranis for a , touchdown, Th goal was
missed. Score: Kansas, I; Missouri,
Fourth period: Glltner replaced Clay.
Missouri made thirty yards on a forward
pass, Collins to Glltner. Leppy replaced
l'ittam. Llndsey Intercepted a Missouri
forward pass and it was the Jayhawker'
ball on tho Kansas thirty-five yard line
after an exchange of punts.
Kansas pushed the ball to the Mis
souri's twenty yard line on straight foot
hall. There Llndsey missed an attempt
at a field goal. With only two minutes
to play Kimpson, Missouri's champion
hurdler, went Into th gam. Missouri
punted out ot danger. The ball was In
mldfield when the game ended. Final
core: Kansas, I; Missouri, I
... K.T. L.T
,.Q B.IQ R
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University of Colorado
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 26 Th Uni
versity of Colorado was hopelessly over
matched today by the I'niveralty of
Washington, which piled up a score of 41
without special effort, while Colorado
failed to score. A night and morning of
rain had made the field sloppy, and rain
and sun alternated during the game.
MINERS AND AGGIES
ARE GRIDIRON VICTORS
DENVER, Nor. .-The curtain was
rung down on Rocky Mountain confer
ence foot ball for the season of 1915 to
day with the defeat of Colorado college
by the Btat School of Mines, I to I, In
Denver and defeat of Denver university
at Fort Collins by th Colorado Aggies,
34 to i. The Aggies hav gon through
the season undefeated while both the
Mines and Colorado college have suff
ered two defeat.
The Mines eleven proved too strong for
the Tigers, making consistent gains
through th lln almost at will. It was
a case of brawn against spd and brawn
held the balance of power.
Omaha Five-Man Team Scores
mo ".rii.v:::w J" "
o zu 147 1"J Ml
Warichow ... 72 144 iso 4
Learn " "
JkIIKK H ULI AUh.
v 1m1. ;d. ad. 1 ut.
Totals ....842 W 851 24U
1st 2d 2d Tot.
Lefcrlo ....171 107 K9 f,1
Cox 183 170 172 62S
Ixxmey ...13a 178 14H 44
Hall 187 IK 171 613
Kennedy ...166 174 178 611
Totals ....830 M4 84 26J
.liil 170 lal kil
.1SS 14S liS M
.ff W 213 HI
.121 liis 2
,.10 l'O lot M
Totals . . .7H t4 16 2621
1st. ii- 3d. Tot
How era 14 17o 1
J.rh . . 1M J' 1 W
llum.ngton .1 1 I' W
"oi'rad If I" M
Keal 1 M
Totals ...7 71 IS tbS
V ROTH'S CAJ-B.
1st 2d Ikl Tot.
Thomas ....171 17 Ml !
Llndaay 143 li 142 M
Hanson 1M 1"1 2U &5
Teal 157 1T6 Mi 60
Fanton ....1M 1" 171
Totals ...M 64 tiiTt
lbisr BK(,W iNU
1st. 11. 3d. Tot
Totals ...8M 777 8r4 24
Ltt. 2d. 3d Tot
Morgan 142 22 127 471
Olson 1'4 I".' if.l U1
C'hrlstensen 134 H3 170 4:t
Johnson 175 13 1-7 161
Weeks lo2 174 152 4H
Game by Thirty-tare to
DESPERATE PLAYING FEATURE
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. J6.-(8pe-
lnl Telegram.) Grand Island college de
feated Des Moines college, tS to 7, With
the opening of th game Des Moines re
ceived and made steady gains down the
lino, the first Indications being much In
Its favor. Grand Island held on thej
twenty-yard line, got th ball and re-1
vi.rsed the order of things,, the lowansj
tolng unable to hold the heavier Ne
braakans In straight foot ball. The lat
ter put th ball over for th first touch
down In th first quarter.
Grand Island repeated in the second
quarter, but the first half ended with
loth aides using the forward pass for
their greater gains. Grand Island again
opened out strong In tho third quarter
and want right down th lln for, the
third touchdown, but failed to kick goaj.
Eoth side were fighting hsrd, but Grand
Island made two big gains on forward
posses, the second resulting In a touch
down and goal, making the scor 27 to 0.
Grand Island again went ih.-vmh -
lln aftsr this, completing with a for
ward paas, but failed to kick goal. Dea
lers ta playing followed In the last ten
minutes and Des Moines worked Its Ut
rial passes and was once very near tho
goal lln when Grand Island blocked all
Hays and worked th ball back to the
twenty-yard Una. But again the lateral
passes won territory for the Iowans and
resulted in a touchdown and goal four
n lnutes before the end of th gam.
Vebb of Des Moines was Injured In ths
first quarter, but not seriously. Jones
Creighton High Loses
to Nebraska City
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Nov. 5.
(Special Telegram.) Th gam between
Nebraska City and Creighton was devoid
of spiced plays. Creighton could not
play as a team. Nebraska City won saslly,
19 to 0.
Cambria- Cilrl Wis iters.
CAMnRIDOB. Neb., Nov. 26-f8peclal
Telegram.) The Cambridge High girls
rhut out th Oxford girls, It to 0 In an
Interesting taaket tall game, L. Bhesman
1 Isved her usual star gam for Cambridge.
1st 2d Id Tot.
168 lit 1M 4X2
170 1M 16i U3
W m lui 610
TRACT BROS, "POLO."
, lt. Id. 3d Tot.
Prlmeau ....171 1M m 6S3
tnT m 117 1 44 87
HoUiany ....174 171 Mo m
Amadcn ... ..16 lb3 iu 475
Ket 180 1M) 104 524
Totals ...318 823 7M34J5
ih 12 un
23 164 441
Barthol 1S2 W m M I
Shields ....m 181 2lit 600 i
(tydnn IK) ijj 2 481 I
Terrlll 168 154 Wit
fcchoneman 142 187 184 4&3 I
Total 8G5 842 8t4 M
MURPHY DID IT.
'jldltcka ....101 300 m un
McCahe ... 173 180 2"1 53
Bert well ....1W I08 141 4ui
Diber 138 lis) 17 5"7
Ftegenshuh 148 M 118 41
Total 7b8 52 856 Z546
In) lfni 180
K3 VA 1x7
1M 138 144
187 1M 11
171 14 151
ta 787 247 I Total
.J0 7:4 8-4 2,510
Blanked by Norfolk
NORFOLK. Neb., Nov. 2S.-MSpeclal
Telegram.)-Fa!!lng In all efforts to e-'
ecute their favorite fake forward pass I most gruelling and hard fought that I ti
and finding the Norfolk line Impregnable ever been seen on th Wlsner gridiron,
the Omaha Bouth High school team Inst Although defeated the freshmen aoQom
thls afternoon, 38 to 0, to Norfolk High, pllshed a feat that no other team has
A cold blast from the northwest did I ever done against Wlsner' In the last two
not check th enthusiasm of the fans years, scoring a touchdown. This wai
who choked th side lines and cheered I done at the beginning ot tho sec.o,i I
vigorously. Th first quarter was evenly
divided, and probably in Omaha's favor,
but th othtr thrse quarters belonged
entirely to Norfolk.
Captain Schelly, who Is practically
sured a place on the All-Stat team, was
easily the star of the game. He dupll-
cated Omaha's efforts at the fake for-
ward and went around Captain Botts'
left end for a ssnsatlonal forty-five
yard ran for a touohdown.
punvtnrcvpn. n. r. Nnv a nmwn
overwhelmed the Carlisle Indians' foot
ball aggregation today by a score of 30
to t. The home team had the upper hand
throughout the game, rushing the ball
around the field at will. Carlisle's only
score came in the final per'nd. when F.
Broker booted a field goal from the
twenty-two yard line after three attempts
to ln throush the lln. had failed. Can.
and Pollard starred for
WINS CROSS-COUNTRY RUN
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. IS.-Mer-cersburg
academy of Mercersburg, Pa.,
today won the cross-country run for the
Interscholastlc championship of America.
E. M. Shields of Mercersburg finished
first In th record time of 21:40 for the
four and a half mile course through' Fair
mont park. The previous record was
31:67, made by John Gallagher of Phila
delphia In 1909.
CHICAGO UNI PLAYERS
LEAVE JAPAN FOR HOME
MANILA, Nov. 25. The University of
Chicago base ball team, which has bee i
touring Japan and the Philippines, all"l
for horn today. Th players expect tJ
rach Chicago late In December. A large
crowd gathered to see them off. Tho
team has won thirty-three gsmes .ind
lost svn on Its tour. Bight games
were played In Manila with six vl' .oika
for Chicago, ene defeat and on tie.
LCS ANGELES HIGH SCHOOL
TEAMS HAVE TWO FIGHTS
GALVESTON, Tex., Nov. 25. It was
learned today that th commission for
relief in Belgium has chartered five
steamer which will carry cargoes of
wheat from this port within the next
few weeks. Th first ot these ships, the
steamer Photlnla, docked today.
Boat tailed Off.
SHREVEPORT, La.. Nov. 25. Th fif.
ten-round bout between Hobby Waugh
of Fort Worth. Tex., and Joe Mandot of
New Orleans, which was to hav takn
place In the open her today, was post
poned until tomorrow night on account
o( weather conditions.
4 hear a Beats Wasjaer.
NEW YORK. Nov. 25. Young Ahearn,
ilea! heavyweight, conceded alx pounds
tc "Kid" Wsgner of Wtlkeabarr and
easily detested him in their ten-round
brut In Brooklyn today. Wanner was
outfought and outpointed throughout.
WISNER. Neh.. Nov. :5 (Special T
gram.) The Wlsner cornfeds today de
feated the frashmen of the Nebraska
university," 20 to 7. The game was th
quarter. -. ; -
The second quarter started with thi
ball on Wlsner's threo-yei n I
Wlsner held their worthy r fr
three downs, hut on the fo r'h c'o'vn
the .freshmen pushed the bull over by
J about two In-'hes. Wlsner was unabln to
"core during the first half and the half
ended with th score 7 to 0 in favor ot
, the freshmen. . '
j Wlsner started off . with a rush In th
second half and on the second play com-
' Hinted ffir vA tpMBl.. . T
- " i " " a i .iin, v yi ia
Kane, who made a forty-yard run for
In the fourth quarter K. Kane Inter
cepted a forward pass and went for a
touchdown. Hhortly afterwards a for.
' ward pass, Franks
to Breetikee. who
made a great catch, resulted in carry.
Ing the ball over for the last touchdown.
Wlsner feels elated over this victory
as this freshman team has held the re
nowned Cornhuskers to manv a low
I SCnre rflirinor nr. nil...
i ' ' ,
W tan,r e" to mh " Sunday
anu play the Nonpareils, th champions
of that city, a post-season gam. This
tame will drop the curtain for the Wls
ner team for this season.
Earl Cooper Victor
Upon 'Frisco Track
SAN FRANCISCO, . Nov. 2S.-Earl
Cooper woon the lflO-mlle dirt track au
tomobile race at the Panama-Pacific ex
position today, making the distance In
1:48:97. The prise was a 35.000 purse.
Barney Old field led until the ninety
eighth lap. when Cooper frgoed ahead to
a victorious finish. It was a close race
throughout .and the racers were bunched
until the ninetieth lap, when Oldfleld and
Cooper went Into the lead to fight It out.
The racers wlnlshed In the following
order: Cooerp, Barney Oldfleld. Cliff
Iiurant and Teddy Tetslaff.
Chicago Lane Tech,
LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. 25. Lane Tech
nical High school of Chicago was over
whelmingly defeated by Lincoln High on
th foot ball field this afternoon, th
final score being 88 to The visitor
were outweighed and made no showing
In offensive play.
SHENANDOAH ALL STARS
AND FONTENELLES TIE. 0-0
SHENANDOAH, la.. Nov. . (Special
Telegram.)Th Fontenclle of, Omaha,
held the Shenandoah All-Stars to a score
less tie In the Thanksgiving foot ball
game here today.
4'anibrldaa ta Vie tor I as.
CAMBRIDGE. Neb.. Not. 2S-r'pecUI
Telegram ) Cambridge High won from
Oxford, T to 13. Oxfurd secured liitoi oi
cewns on a fumbl and a fluke. By p jr
mirslon Oxford used town players.
' A Room for th Roomer, or a Roomer
for the Room. Be Want Ada Do the
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