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HA, Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 2G. 1913.
in, was the
, o vi-l ed it.
tv.i.emt South Dakota waa to the local'
A young man named Vldal who pae
tlmea at left half (or the Invaders from
the north and who evidently has b"en
told be ha an educated toe essayed to
do a little goal kicking from the field on
diver occasions, but hfl muffed them all.
On place kick and three drop kl ks were
Attempted by the red-s westered athlete
and all fell ahort. Putch Data alio tried
two drop klcka for Crelghton and they
foiled to chalk up the three polnta which
would have won the battle.
Dep to I pert.
It might be ald that Crelghton. like
many other team thta year, took a
mighty wallop at the well-known dope,
by holding th Coyote to a 0-to-0 co'unt.
A large number of peraona after caatlng
their orb over the lata Notre l)anv
core offered a little of the coin of the
realm that Crelghton would loae by
twenty polnta. . Thoee peraona are, aa a
result, decorated In mourning now,
Crelghton played a defensive game that
manifested marked Individual playing by
every member of tha squad and proved
that Tommy Mill and Warren Howard
had performed some masterful coaching,
South Dakota boaata a backfleld and a
couple of end of great repute aa ground
gainers. But they couldn't get away from
the Blue and White lads, who charged
through tha Coyote line from end to end
and nailed the fleet-footed barka before
they could get away. The Bouth Da
koia Interference never once got past the
Crelghton line and it was a simple matter
for the locals' secondary defense to down
.the man with the ball.
South Dakota mad but two long gains
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gain netted the hostile uoi Ums7a""l i3
Crelghton defense was Impregnable from
Aerial Attack rails.
Another marked feature Of tha Crelgh
ton defense waa tha aaaa with which for-
waid passes were broken up. The men
from tha north attempted Innumerable
playa via tb aerial route and only- on
Hut tha game waa not all Crelghton.
Cor tha South Dakota defenae waa every
bit as good. The Crelghton backs couldn't
gain any better than could tha South Da
kota back. It waa a case of horse and
horse with both teama playing great de
fensive games. South Dakota carried tha
ball tha majority of tha time and th
ball waa more often In Crelghton' terri
tory, but It was alwaye near the middle
of tha field.
Tm Hadly Hart.
Tha gam was aion marred by two
rather aorloua injuries. Burford, the
plucky Crelghton oenter,and Homer, th
Coyot right guard, both sustained broken
anklea in the first half and had to be
carried off th field. Burford also Buf
fered a wrenched shoulder.
Brooks, th husky South Vakota guird,
was fired out of th game in tha. first
half by Refer Brennan and South Da
kota was penalised half th distance to
the goal Una. As the ball waa In Crelgh
ton territory when the foul occurred th
penalty did not prove fatal to th Coyotes'
chance. Mr. Brooks wag caught In th
act. of taking a wal'op at Stapleton.
To Btapleton and Gray must go most of
the Crelghton honors. This precious team
of guards made monkeys out of their op
ponents and were, largely responsible for
. milium 1 xwnton riei
alone. South Dakota recover(ftlTintpJn0 lineup:
when Gray tapped it with his fingers.
Flanagan, plats. . Luts and Shannon
also put up a neat gam of foot ball and
Wis easily held his own with Vldal in
th punting department.
First Half Slow.
Th first half was a van affair, .with
both teama trying to gain advantages
through punting. As Vldal had tha wind
he did a llttl better than Wise, but it
gained blm nothing.
Vldal attempted his first field kick In
this period, Parllman heeled a fair catch
on ona of Wise's punts on the forty-yard
mark and Vldal tried a place kick, which
' Th second quarter was a repetition of
the first, with neither aide able to make
any appreciable gain. In this period Plata
tried a drop kick from th forty-yard
mark. It fell short.
Roth Tram Ope a
Th third quarter waa th period which
appealed to the halt-froscn spectators- as
both- teams opened up In the hop of
gaining a score.
South Dakota kicked oft to Crelghton
on tha Blue and Whit thirty-yard mark.
Crelghton waa penalised fifteen yards for
holding, right off the bat, but Dutoh
Plata immediately got back the yards
by a quick run around th Coyote left
flank. Here Mr. llrooks waa handed the
gat and Bouth Dakota penalised thirty
five yards. This placed the ball on the
Coyote thirty -five yard mark, but Crelgh
ton lost Ita chance when Plata waa
thrown back fifteen yards on the next
play. Dutch then attempted a drop kick,
but It went bad.
The ball was taken out to th twenty
yard line for scrimmage and after falling
to gain tha M'ttors punted to the middle
of th field. Crelghton took th ball and
tried a forward pasa. Bprague intercepted
the pass with a clear field. Crelghton took
' th ball and tried a forward pass.
' Spragu Intercepted th pass with a clear
field in front of him and he sprinted
J forty-seven yards up th field before
. many rianagan maae a nero oui 01
I himself by running him down. On th
next play the Crelghton rooters went
wild, for South Dakota f jmbled and the
I alert Lutes fell on the pigskin. Wise
' punted back thirty-five yard and here
Parltman mad his thlrty-ftv return,
j bringing tha ball right back where it
was. Th Crelghton line waa a atone
jwa.ll and held for downs, after which
j Wis punted. Th Coyote also punted
and th period ended with the ball In
the middle of th field.
Vldal rail Acala.
To start the final chapter Wis punted
one high in tha air and Vldal ran th
ball back to tha scrimmage point, from
which Wis kicked. The punt was very
.short. Hanson made five yards on a
crUs-crosa and then Bouth Dakota made
Ita first ' successful forward pass, from
Parllman to Vldal. Falling to. gain fur
ther Vldal wn called spun to work his
toe. Th kick was from the forty-two
yard line and went wld.
Wis punted to th forty-eight yard
mark after the Plus and Whit was given
tha ball for scrtmraag on the twenty
yard Una. Th Coyote charge was futile
and again Vldal essayed a field goal.
This time It waa from th fifty-yard Una.
Th kick mad th distance, but went
Crelghton again punted from tha twenty-yard
scrimmage Una and again Vldal
; tried to kick, after hi ntatea failed to
lla ground. Th attempt thla Uin was
fur forty-eight yards and th ball and
Vldal s to mlaaed connection, with the
result the p'gskln went low, short and
" Arelata Haa Ball
Once mor Crelghton punted when the
ball waa taken out for sorimm&ge. Wis
booted U the middle of the field. McCur
1 nilck hit the line for nine yards, but
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Dakota fumbled on the next play
was Lutes once more who recov
Wlth th ball In Crelghton' pos-
1 on th forty-yard mark the whls
, Indicating th culmination of one
beat defensive game aver seen on
. ,.H. T.
Q. H. .
Brennan of Ames. Umpire:
Vlo Halllran of Nebraska. Field Judge:
Corey of Nebraska. Head linesman: Keete
of Notre Dame. Time of quaxtere: 0:15:00.
Huhstltutes: Orelghton, Kamanskl for
Burford: Bouth Dakota. Aleman for Hor
ner, Imncan for Aleman. McKenna for
Beatrice Lays Claim
to Valley Honors by
BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. .-Speclal
Telegram.)--By Its decisive victory today
over Lawrence (Kan.) High, 28 to 7, Be
atrice makes a bid for Missouri Valley
High school honor. Unable to pierce the
strong Beatrice line, Lawrence resorted to
passe, completing ten out of twenty-six
and scoring a touchdown in the, third
quarter. Beatrice's driving attack was
Irresistible, and four touchdowns were
rolled up by Coach Rathbun' athletes.
Callahan Will Run
Los Angeles Club
LOS ANGELES. Cau Nor. S.-John
F. Power, owner of the Los Angeles
Coast leagu club, announced today that
Jam Callahan, formerly manager of th
Chicago American leagu team, would
manage the Loa Angeles team next sra
son. Callahan bought a block of ' Loa
Angeles stock and succeeds as manager
Frank Dillon, who has piloted the aggre
gation for ten year.
Callahan will have at least a fourth
Interest In th Loa Angeles club, accord
ing to Powers, who added that Callahan
might buy out Thomas Darmody, a mi
"Callahan will be out her before th
holidays." said Powers. "U will have
full authority to do with tha club aa he
NORTH PLATTE OVERCOMES
YORK IN TIGHT CONTEST
YORK, Neb.. Nov. I5.-(8peclal. Telr
gram.) North PlatU defeated York to
day, I to I. York outplayed tha visitors
In th first half but lacked th necessary
punch to score a touchdown.
In the second quarter H. Meyer made
place kick from the'thlrty-yard-lln.
North Piatt scored In th third quarter
on forward passes but failed to kick goal
Cool waa the atar for th visitors.
Tim and again he would aklrt th ends
for good galna. 1L Meyers, center and
J. Conway, tackle, were th local stars.
Meyer broke through repeatedly and
downed hi opponent for a loss. He in
variably went down on punts and tackled
th man in his tracks. J. Conway mad
most of York' gains and waa a terror
on defense. , North Piatt could not stop
hint until he had torn off yard after
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Unbeaten Bed Come Back Strong
and Win After Having Been
Given Bad Scare.
TWENTY-FOUR TO NOTHING
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. Za.-Cornell de-
reated Pennsylvania here today 24 to 9, !
but not until th claimants fof the east- !
ern foot ball championship had ben
given a bad acare. , It waa a desperate '
strugglo all the way. When the final
period opened, tho fighting Quakers had .
th unbeaten Red team down by a score
of 9 to 7. Then th Ithacana rose In their
might, battered the Pennsylvania line to
piece and scored two touchdowns, with .
goals, and a field goal by Captain Bar
rett, Details mx the Play.
All th playing In the first period was
In Pennsylvania' territory. Pennsyl
vania showed fine defensive work and
Cornell waa compelled to . kick often.
One Cornell carried the ball from mid-
field by line-bucking by Shlverick, Col-J
ma ana otrraii ana a iirteen-yara tor-
ward pass, Barrett to Eckley, to Penn
sylvania six-yard line, where Cornell
was held for downs. Pennsylvania punted
to its own forty-yard line. Then Cor
nell mad another fifteen-yard gain on
a forward pass, Barrett to Tllley, and
added ten mor In line plunges,
Th ball was on Pennsylvania's fifteen-yard
line when the second period
opened. Two tries at th Quaker line
failed and then Captain Barrett swiftly
swung around Pennsylvania right end
and, eluding all tackier, scored a touch
down. He also kicked goal.
Later Pennsylvania got the ball on
Cornell's fort y-f bur-yard line on Shlv-ei-Usc'
fumble. Pennsylvania was 'pen
alised fifteen yards. Then the Quakers
made two wonderful forward passe. Th
first. VUler to Hopkins, carried the ball
forty yard to Cornell' nineteen-yard
tin and th second, William to Bell,
put th pigskin on Cornell's one-yard
line. William then took th ball through
th Ithaca team for a touchdown. The
kick for goal waa a failure.
Just before th period ended Barrett
fumbled a punt. Pennsylvania recovered.
Hawley, substituting for Hopkins, failed
at a field goal from Cornell' forty-yard
line. Cornell getting the ball Barrett
tried to forward pass, but It was Inter
cepted by Rockafeller of. Pennsylvania.
Then Hawley tried another field . goal
from the Cornell twenty-elght-yard line
and mad it.
8c ore end second period: Pennsylvania
. Cornell 7.
Pennsylvania 1 Penalised.
Early la th third period Pennsylvania
waa penalised a total of thirty yards for
holding. Barrett tried a field goal from
Pennsylvania's thirty-two-yard line and
failed. Cornell then worked the ball
down the field again to Pennsylvania's
thirty-yard line, where the Quaker line
held and Barrett made a second unsuc
cessful try at field . goal. Score, end
third period: Pennsylvania, ; Cornell, 17.
Th final period opened with the ball
in Cornell' possession on it own forty-seven-yard
Una. By terrlflo line smash
ing It managed to batter the ball to
Pennsylvania's flrty-two-yard line. Her
Captain Barrett broke through Pennsyl
vania's first defense, dodged the second
line of protection and uo forty-two
yards for his second touchdown. He
also kicked th goal. Cornell after this
again worked the ball into Pennsylvania's
territory and again Barrett failed at a
field goal. Then Captain Barrett Inter
cepted a Pennsylvania forward pass on
th Quaker' thlrty-yard-lln. and fine
Hit bucking took th ball over for an
other touch town. Shlverick carrying the
ball. Barrett kicked goal. In the sub
sequent playing Shlverick made a fine
run and then Barrett kicked . b s first
rinal score: Cornell 24, Pennsylvania
CURNBLU . I PENNSYLVANIA.
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Ire, David L. Fulls, brown; field judge.
Cvrl It. Marshall. Harvard: head linea-
Lyn. W. K. Oakson. Lnign.
period, tt minute.
ST LOUIS WARRIORS
BT. LOUIS. Nov. . Georgetown over
ran 8. Louis. H to t, today chiefly by
th use of bawildering double and triple
forward and literal passe by Walter
Ollroy. Lelgley and Cusack.
Fltsgerald kicked twelve goal after
touchdowns and missed one. Only once,
in th last three minute of play, did St.
Louis mak a first down. Twice, they
held Georgetown to two touchdown.
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OMAHA HIGH BEATS
GRAND ISLAND 14-6
Local Team Chmes Back After Being
Three Times Defeated
GAME IS HABD-FOTJGHT BATTLE
Omaha High school "came back" yes-
i, niay after having been beaten this sea-
ron by three strong teams and defated
Grat.d Iiland by a score of 14 to .
The game was a battle from stsrt to
finish. Grand Island put across Its only
touchdown at the begging of the second
.uarter, but failed to kick goal. Every
man on the Omaha team played a star
game, fighting for every Inch of ground
from start to finish
Morearty took the balL over for the
f'rft touchdown after grabbing a long
I asa from Welrlch, cox'erlng the remain
der of the thirty yards and placing the
t all squarely behind the goal posts be
fore a Q rand Island player could get near
him. Fullaway kicked goal.
The second touchdown wss put across
ly "Chick" Neville Just after Orand
Inland had been penalized fifteen yards
for holding In the middle of the last quar
ter. With the ball in Omaha's possession
mi the ten-yard line, plunged through for
the remaining distance. Fullaway again
In the first quarter Grand Island pro
ceeded to march right down th field,
but Omaha held near Ita goal tin and an
(attempted dropkick by Beuchler. failed.
Omaha then punted end for the rest of
the quarter Omaha waa in the defense,
Tlth tha ball see-sawing backward and
forward. , On a crlss-croa play Krebs
tf.ok the ball to the ten-yard Una, Omaha
keld and Buechler again - attempted a
tiropklck, but failed. The quarter ended
with Ftillaway punting from behind the
coal line after Omaha had failed to gain.
Grand Island F'lrat to Score.
Grand Island started the second quarter);
. . -'I
with their pet criss-cross play, making
ten yards, and being stopped on Omaha's
seven-yard line. Grand Island then put
over their only touchdown, .a ten-yard
Mss from Kaufman to Jones doing the
work. They failed on the klckout. Then
began a punting duel between Fullaway
and Buechler. Grand Island used their
crts-cross play to good advantage in this
qtarter, making large galna every time
it. was attempted. Kaufman proved the
best ground gainer for the visitors, rip
ping off twenty and twenty-five yarda at
a clip. The half ended with the ball in
the center of the field in Omaha's pos
session. At the beginning cj tho second half
Fullaway kicked off to Kaufman, who
returned twenty yards. Grand Island
could not gain and punted to Neville, who
fumbled but recovered instantly. He was
tackled in his tracks. Omaha continued
to play on the defensive and Fullaway
prnted. Tho Grand Island line began to
taken and Grove broke through, block
luff an attempted punt. Beard began to
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make life miserable for the Grand Island
backfleld, continually breaking through
and muss ng up their plays. Grand Islaml
was penalized twice In succession for
holding and was forced to punt. Krebs
continued to star for the visitors, making
i;ood .gains on the crlss-crog. the third
t uartrr ending directly after he had taken
the ball from the center of the field to
Omaha's seventeen-yard line.
It was the visitors' ball on the eeven-teen-yard
line, but they failed to gain
and Fullaway punted sixty yards down
the field and rolled to tha goal line
when Kaufman fumbled.
Omaha Cialna Advantaare.
From this point until the rest of the
game Grand Island seemed to slow up.
It was Omaha's ball on Orand Ilsland'n
thirty-yard line when the visitors failed
to gain. Then came Omaha's first touch
down. A brilliantly executed forward
pass play in which Morearty received th
ball and while going at full speed, from
Welrlch tied the score. Fullaway kicked
goal and Omaha was one point to the
good. Nothing could stop the "Purple
and White" (rom then on. Grand Island
received the ''kick-off and returned to
the center of the field, but lost the ball
on a fumble. Omaha then walked right
through the Grand Island huskies, rush
ing the ball" to the ten-yard line from
where Neville went throng center for the
second touch-down. Fullaway added the
final point by kicking goal.
' It was their last game for Neville.
Beard, Nichols, Welrlch, Pullaway,
Orove and Crowley, all of these men be
ing Seniors. Beard refused to leave tht
game when Coach Mulligan sent In a
substitute for him In the last few mo
ments and finished the game at center.
Fullaway saved Omaha on numerous oc
casions by his strong punting, one of his
punts going sixty yards, and th reat
averaging over forty-five yards.
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....R.G. L.G Dempeey
L.G.I R.G Buettner
....L.TIH.T :. Buechler
...R.H. r,.H Kaufman
M rear.l.y .
Kit hat II lit.
Substitutes: Omaha. Peterson for
Smith. Cohan for Paynter, Logan for
Morearty, MacFarland for Nlchola;
Grand Island, Augustine for Dempsey,
Smith for Brown. Officials: Referee,
Charlesworth, Nebraska; umpire. Ghee.
Dartsmouth, head linesman. Maxwell,
Young Men's Christian asaorlatlnt..
Omaha. Time of quarters: 15 minute.;.
Touchdowns. Jones, Morearty. Neville.
Goals after touchdowns: Fullaway, 2.
MRS. MAY SUTTON BUNDY
BEATS THE TITLE HOLDER
LONG BEACH. Cal.. Nov. . Mrs.
May Sutton Bundy. former national
women'a champion, defeated Molli
BJuratedt. the present title holder, fl-1.
6-4. in a feature match of an' Invitation
tennis tournament, which opened h?rc
Miss Bjurstedt won from Mrs. B,d'id
in an exhibition match recently in ar
r Mlaa Florence Sutton, slsser of Mrs
Bundy, defeated Miss Mary Brown, whi
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times, 0-4. 6-3. in an exhibition match.
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