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It Will Be Harder Than Ever for Nebraska io Get a Big 9 Place Now
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luskers Triumph Over
Oregon; Coast Champs .
Defeated by Score 17-7
-Aggies Score Only Touchdown
wnen Oregon Warrior Ee
covers Caley' s Fumble
and Runs Length of
GAME IS FULL OF THRILLS
, All of Nebraska Backs Make
Consistent Gains, While
Hnsker Defense Is
WESTERN MAY DROP
TWO KANSAS TOWNS
Savage Refuses to Remain in
Topeka and Wichita Looks
Like a Lost Bet.
MAY BE SIX-CLUB LEAGUE
COREY KICKS A FIELD GOAL
Aggies Have Ball on One-Foot
, Line in Last Period, But
Fumble Proves Fatal.
i CALEY MAKES BOTH'SQORES
Portland, Ore., Oct 21. In a game
replete with spectacular plays the
University of Nebraska foot ball team
-defeated the Oregon Aggies 17 to 7,
, n Multnomah field' here, today. - All
. of the Nebraska backs went con
sistent ground gainers while Conn
was the only member of the Aggie
team who was able to make ground.
An intercepted forward pass ' by
Dobson of Nebraska in the center of
the field was followed.by -a.tenes of
line plunges, end runs and forward
passes which gave Nebraska a touch
down. Caley plunged through right
tackle aeroM the Aggies' goal line.
Caley also kicked goal. .
A flfmht ha- th. A .t. t. . .
. ; ---- - "j "8bic" put ine Dan
in Nebraska s possession on the Ag
te.1yard line- Nebraska worked
the, balLto within a few feet of the
Aggie goal line.- Caley took the ball,
but fumbled. Conn caught the ball on
the fly and ran from behind his own
goal post for the full length of the
field to a touchdown. Conn kicked
, goal. -
After several spectacular tackles
Tanfatn t .1.. a .
r... u, me nggics was put
out of the, game bv injuries. Srnr..
urasxa, uregon Aenci. 7.
Early in the third period Nehrat
punted fifty yards for a touch back.
vuuun oi ne AniH ran tiff.... ... i-
around life end. Aft.r hnth ..m.. uj
lost the hall iMfl xt-i
ooiainea possession of the ball in mid-
iciu. ruuueu or weDraska ran thirty
yards after a trinle naV. rL-
eleven yards around right end. The
period enaea with the ball on the
Aggies' five-yard line. Score: Ne
braska, 7 Oregon Aggies, 7.
The Oregon Aggies held Nebraska
yu wc siKKies inree-vartf line anrl
i ..... r i ; . . . . :
j -orcy KicKea a tieid goal
IV ,9T Nebraska, from the. twenty-yard
aU line. Newman tnr th.
play Dobson of Nebraska, intercepted
- . tt.,u y.,,, gna ran tnirty yards.
Caley ran twenty yards around left
end for a touchdown. Corey kicked
B TT-V "CU'M juniDiea a punt and
Hulibard of the Avare ran. it f.
yards to Nehraekv. i i:
. The Aggies lost the ball on a fumble
um-iuut ii urn ipnrak-a- ant i
Final ami.. Khr-,0, 1. r
- UI 1 .
Selph . . ,
k Bandenon ,
W Newman ...
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, By.Lone Star Team
VDAm Tex" 0ct- 21 University
uuuuiu wcni aown to defeat
before University of Texas in their
annual interstate foot ball rta.h h.
today, 21 to 7. Costly fumbles by
the visitors were the cause of their
undoing, although Texas' last touch
down was the result of a clean for
ward pass totaling almost forty yards.
Oklahoma's defeat virtually puts the
Sooners outof the running for the
Southwestern conference champion
shipj which they won last year.
unmson snuts Uut
Bay State Aggies
Cambridge, Mass., Oct 21. Harv
ard piled up forty-seven points
' against Massachusetts Agricultural
.uiicgc iuaay and , easily kept the
visitors from scoring. Notwithstand
ing the big total tally, Harvard's of-
iense Droved verv rao-r . r.A..
again gave a brilliant exh hiilnn f
en-field,.running, but his long gains
were due chirtlv, tn M caA
' ceived little help from his interfer
The Western league may start the
1917 season next April with but six
clubs. - . ,
The' Western league situation in
Kansas is in a very chaotic state.
What will be the eventual disposal
is a purzls to the Western magnates
will have to be dropped entirely.
A couple of weeks ago John Sav
age, the Topelja owner, -announced
that he would not continue to conduct
a club in the jayhawk capital. Sav
age offered to sell his holdings to any
body for the price he paid for them.
He said he would willingly accept the
losses of the last two years in order
Hut innirMtl. T 1.-1 :. i r
those patriotic citizens who are will
ing iu apeuu a nine money in order
to keep their city on fhe base ball
map,, for Savage's offer has brought
' "" 'Topeka Is Throufffi: '
So the eitv rtf Tnnl., ,
not oe in the Western eairiie nvf
year. What Savage will do with his
franchise is uncertain.-. There are fouf
cities he might possibly be able to
transfer it to. They are Kansas City,
ano Peoria, III. Colorado Springs is
the only city he can transfer it. to,
however, without first obtaining the
consent of the base ball powers. The
Kansas Citv. Mn rlnh k..
to sanction the transfer to Kansas
Cltv. Jfa -1 J-.
TK T i V f 1,cuy m tne
ickuc ana looitn in fh,
Kansas Citv Van 1An1.o l:i. .l.
best bet of them all and Savage will
H.uu.iMj ciucr mat town it he can
obtain the necessary permission '
Isbell Has Trouble. :
Frank Isbell, who was given a nine-
i.- H, u" lIc wicnita tran-
Linse, nas Deen encountering difficul
ties in th. lAkl..' ..:it r.
... JUuuiuB yniage. rrank
went Hnun lk. t 4-11.
.. . .v.,v (u u over witn
the business men, but didn't find anwi
, vi ciiuiusidsm, ne nrat
Owners nf A7.oU, tt
been unable to make a satisfactory
when he ntnrmrt ok. k..-:
A. -v.-vu Mis uuamcss men
of the city he won!d-hr5W r Western
48uc iimcnisc ior Wicnita : If Sj,000
was raised fn e
layers, nobody seemed to be in any
urry to help-provide the kale. .
g ovKC tin una a way to break
into Kansas fi'tv ;:.!.:.
chise grobably could be taken to Colo-
uunuga im mus tne eignt-dub
league he retained If . L.'A-i. .
such proceedings should occur the
Western may have to become a six
club circuit again. . - -. '
May Cut Salaries. v
Sntn tallr nf A.l 1 .
.1.. T " y"."""vlcr reuucnon in
the salary limit is being heard around
$2 6X)rCU"' 'imit Ust year was
known tnT if,."?.raae8.?re
, " " sun anotner
r5d uct!2n' and 4 Pretty big one . at
inat. ine argument is advanced that
the Onlv WAV fnr the T.i I
. - coicrn league
to make money is to sign up young
players with a future, not a past The
Onll wav in tn-iL-. -II L- .
, ..- ..E ulc magnates
observe an agreement to play the
youngsters is to keep the salary limit
down. ' . .
. As a result it would not be surpris
ing to hear that the moguls at their
next meetintr - t '
dollars off the salary limit-figures. '
Local University Fails to Stop
Hall County Warriors, Who -
Capture Fray, 28 to 0.
' . i
(MUDDY FIELD HALTS PLAY
Plavinor atmerinr . fnnt I hall. Hran,4
Island college trounced the University
of Omaha - yesterday afternoon " at
Ducky Holmes' park by the score of
28 to 0. ' ,
The Baotists took the initiative at
the start, securing their first touch
down bv a forward Dass. Hnlt tn
John, in the first eight minutes of
play, Loach Lie JLamatre s warriors
tried vainly to stem the Grand Is-
lanl tirle hut tn nn numn,. TU.
visitors excelled, in every department
of the game smashing through the
Omahans' defense repeatedly for first
downs and making long gains by the
lorwaro, pass rouie.
. The wet field made snappy playing
out of the question. Both teams were
seriously handicapped in getting se
cure footings. The backfields time
and ao-ain slinned itict on the eilo-e nf
breaking loose. This condition. was
ottset Dy tne impossibility ot tne ends
ana tacKies to nan tneir(meih . -
Line Holds Own.
'T'Ce fitrsU litie raln.J I . L -
addition of Newman, who supplanted
Captain John Seibert at right tackle?
-U.. UM it ...:.L al.- tl
1IIUI G IMCI11 1IC1U 113 UWH Willi II1C X3ap-
tists in the second quarter.
Omaha t-eneateHlv .Ui...
of form in the last half, but the sparks
were not sunucient to avail ue La
matre's nrotcizes a touchdown. The
visitors had little opposition in gar
nering anotner touchdown by straight
fqat ball at the close of the period!
quarter tounn urand Island
HHiff iM'iMiiH-L. .. " "l with long
end runs, seldom faiTmL , m15e.,ten
varila nn .a.h ..-irhe Ye nw
and Rlarl- warriors ,rAcAlaOmaha's
line twice, piling up the score
to 0 count.
; j. De Lamatre Is Star. v
Howard De T.amatre the 1,'t.
tie Omaha fnllhaL- u.aa the ..11
operator for the local university. . I(
was De Lamatre who stopped the big
Grand Island backs and it was De
Lamatre whn was the mat Ane.0t-,
Omaha ground gainer. Babe Allwine,
at right half, also showed up in fine
fnrm Tnhn Flrevel nt 1- hlf
.... w.... v.kA,.,,.ai leu. .iimi, re
peatedly saved the Crimson and Black
hv hi-intina not nC iL. .
left o-i,ar1. a1 :
HiKciiaiciii, ui center,
also showed up strong for Omaha..
Jo"hn, Holtz, Goldstein and Lowry
were the shining lights for the visit
ors. - - ' : ...
The game was one of the cleanest
witnessed on an umaha Held this sea
son, penalties being an exception
aiiicr man tne rule, ine UneuD'.
(IB A Mn Tar a un i ..... . r
CREIGHTOli III TE
SCORE SIX TO SIX
Omaha's Pets Find Tough
- Match in Boys Over on
: Banks of the Mississippi.
GAME A i FD3EC TASK
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1916.
HERE THEY ARE. THE SPEED DEMON QUARTET Rivals on the track, yet great
friends, are the members of this quartet: From left to right they are Eddie Rickenbacker,
Daino Resta, Ralph De Palma and Johnny Akkens, the cream of facing automobile drivers
in this country. -'. ,- " v., " v
Button .... , .
Newman for Seibert. Auxler for Drexel!
SfS ,-;PtA '. Rfe": Thoma. Time
of quartera: IB minutes. -
tt.n. , , .
i i w 8 ior Aiiwins,
Denver Police Want to
' Pull the Omaha Swedes
Detectiye Charles Van Dusen has
received a letter from the manager
oi tne Denver ponce iug-oi-war team
challenging the Swedish team of
Omaha, of which Sergeant Al Samuel-
auring tne norse snow in January. A
reply was sent saying that the chal
lenge would be accepted if the ex
penses of the Omaha team were guar
anteed, and the receipts divided on a
60-40 per cent basis. The Omaha
hcandinavians have plenty of money
to, say they can beat the Mountaineers.
Navy Wins From the
v West Virginia Team
Annapolis, Md., Oct. "21. Again
taking quick advantage of the breaks
of luck the Navy, in the final mo
ments of play this afternoon, won a
!2-to-7 victory from West Virginia
jniversity. -w. '
A penalty for slugging, and a re
covered fumble, nut Navv within
nking distance for their final tally.
forward Da.ee lanrl,1 tli Kll An U.
nnf-var1 (in mn ... 1
. , ' ...., uviii wiicic 11 was tar
Hitchcock Far Behind
v In This Train Poll
A nt-.1t nf Ptnrli-i XT
entering Omaha from Lincoln, last
niffht. talfpn hv Thti r.n, nii
North Forty-fifth street. hn,A
niM.iH.utK iar Dcmna Kennedy in ,tht
H;1.i,ueSU t, -w- Kenndy, 60;
Miu.ui.iiu, ii. j.ne vote on presi.
de-tjt resulted, Hughes, 63; Wilson, 60.
Fort Yellowstone Closed as -Army
Post a.d Troops Leave
Lander; Wyo., Oct. 21. Fort Yel-
loWStOnO. Wtinei. . tnnna L.
have guarded and pqliced Yellowstone
National nark. i-lr.j . :i;
tary post yesterday, and the 200 fed
eral troops stationed there were or
dered to th hnrHpr Tkl,.. XT: ,
park rangers will take the place of
The change is said to be part of the
nnlirV nf ih nalinn.l 1
1- t ii iiiA uureau,
which will employ only civil processes
iu pnce ine paric instead ot the mili
tary nnwpr uhirh hai U.n .. I
r r---- .. vtii uscu since
tne paric was touncjed.
Bluffs High Scores
Upon Beatrice, But
Loses Fast Contest
HMtrir. VK n ft c I
, -.v-., vvi. .i.- special
Telegram.) Beatrice won from the
Coun-il Bluffs tMtn fhia of,.n
20 to 7. . '
Council Bluffs made a touchdown
m the firef half nn r..n t I
forward pass, but in the second half
me vieuurs were neia tor downs and
were unable' to break through the
Beatrice line, although at one . time
iney naa tne Pall within a few yards
nf th o-nal v;tH-:-i. I vl. ,
starred fnr Rrafrfr. rn....:MDi..cf.
. .......... w.iini xjiuila
me nrsi team to score against Beat
mis season, ine lineup:
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av.vnuiivnwvi - eeaeeaapw! -"v
Iowans Upset Dopt and Tommy
Mills' Athletes 1 Barely 1
TORWARD PASS IS SUCCESS
Dubuque, la., Oct. 21. (Special
Telegram.) Dubuque college and
Creighton university battled to s 6
and 6 tie here this afternoon. The re
sult completely upset the dope, as it
had been anticipated Creighton would
pile up a big score. ' .
When the teams appeared on the
field it was estimated that Creighton
outweighed Dubuque more than ten
pounds to the man, but it was one in
stance where beef -aid not count,
In the first half Creighton was on
the defensive most of the time and
was forced to punt every time it got
the ball. It was ay blocked punt on
Cretghton'a thirty-yard line in the sec
ond quarter that gave Dubuque its
touchdown. Jones, right guard, did
the blocking and the ball rebounded
to Creighton's goal line, where Kipp
picked it up and carried it over. In
the second half Creighton took the
offensiy. In the thiVd quarter a long
forward pass, Plata to Long, put the
ball on Dubuque's four-yard line.
After two' line plunges failed, Platz -made'
another long side pass to Flan
nagan, who carried the ball over.
In the final quarter Creighton again
threatened to score, but the same
Jones mussed up a long forward pass
and the game ended with the ball in
Dubuque s possession on Creighton's
Creighton was unable to do any-'
thinff aorainat niikn,i'J - I Ji
...j." -.WHU, , line aim IC"
lied more on end . runs and line
smashes and were worn out at the end
of the first half.- Cronin's fifty-yard
C Pay aaniuirt VtiH tvae Ana .f .U - I
YOSTS WIN FRO
Field Goal bv Snarks
I Touchdown by Maulbei
. Win tor Wolverines
SCORE NINE TO
K. Bohner . . ,
. . . . Tenter
. . Jnaenh
. . . Lowrey
. . Manoney
. .... Clark
. . ,' Barrett
Spiritualists Fainr nrpmatinn
And End of CapiVsl Punishment
raui, Minn., uct. il. Chicago
Was chnspn ac th 1017 ....:
: iiaiionai spiritualists associa-
"p ciosea its annual gather-
ii m uerR nxiav KHninimn. a . i
include an endorsement of cremation
and urged abolition of capital Dun
lshment . v
B'neis Yeshuron Society -
lOMoia its Annua Ball
Th B'n.ia V..h.. :. .;!
, .imiuii wtiety wilt
hold its fourth annual ball at the Audi-
tnrintn 'siinrtair nlnk. t. . ...
i aI i? i j S"V uL..",e ocnetlt
of the Talmud Tnrali TL. rra .
-.. me aiiaiT l
expected to be one of the most bril"
nam jewisn social altairs of the year.
O rerun HeaW elltornla. '
il.rk.l.v ..i tJ a. . v.. .. .
of Oregon defeated the Unlverelty ot'c.u
fornla here Inlaw. 9a i. .
w. replete with apectarula'r pl.ye. Oreaon.
euperlor team play contributed mainly to
their luperlurity. ' .
..R. r.. .,..,
,.f. a. ,
Rubetltntea Beattlce: rh.elc
Bonner for Parrott. Coancll Bluffer Lemon
m?V 5u TmI"'' "orPh'y for Sulhoff. Of
nmsjan, rereree. Max Towle,
Lincoln, umpire. Woode, head llneeman.
Coaches Turn Toward . .
' On-Side Kick Again
New York, Oct 21. Though noth
ing of the sort has yet been attempted
on any major gridiron, foot ball tacti
cians thrmio-hnnf . h ......
looking foryard to a notable revival
of the on-side kick this season. This
olav. like the fnrwarH n. .1
. , tj i,m Always
been extremely unpopular with a cer
tain dement among tne rule makers
and coaches. More recently, however,
there has been a revulsion of feeling
In its favnr. and lact nrint.1.
L 1 n. mi, o JIlCCLlllg
of the rules committee developed an
amazinor intereaf 1'n nA.n:t.:i:.:
of this mode of attack, and the leeway
that would be permitted in the use
of it -
York College Gives First ,
Defeat to Nebraska Central
. Central City, Neb., Oct. 21. (Spe
cial Telegram.) York college de
feated the fnnr hall .1..,.. t XT. I
ka Central this afternoon, 7 to 0. The
fied was in very poor shape and there
WaS little dPmnnBlpatina nt m-.A TU.
earns played in close formation with-.
.....Bni. line oucking. Kork scored
on tochiown in the second quar
ter. The nm. ...a- ....11 ... I ,
v . " " " o wen aiicnucu,
vork rooters, numbering 200, charter
ing a special train. This is the first
ucicat ior Nebraska Centra thi. .
Ames Runners Win at
Columbia Cross-Country Meet
VUJUIIlUia. Mn.. Ilrt Hiinneri
reoresentinir th Ti-ure. it.
a .... .una VUIIEKC
won the annual dual cross-countrv
race htw..n u-. B.i.Hni i .i
vetsity of Missouri here this after.
noon, finishing just before the fnni
ball teams of the two schools played.
Canthorn, Crane and Heustis of Ames
piacea nrst, second and third with
Symon and Flint, for Missouri, fourth
Ann Arbor. Mich Oct'"21
goal by Sparks in the first jferi
a touclidown by Mau betsch
fore the final whistle blew gal
University of Michigan a o.tol
tOrV nver fhn XtinUirran km'.Al
couege loot Dill-team here tod
game was iiercely played arid
uenaiues were nutnrnna .... .
Snarlrs ui9i.th. Dt.. U-M.
tacular runs of ten, fifteen "and
yaras and directed, his offen
good judgment. In the first
Maulbetsch dropped back
thnrty-five yard line, seeming
ior a goai; ine Dan was sn
Sparks, whose beautiful di
gave Michigan three points
In the final period, Bake
Aggies fumbled a punt and
Iran man v.n,..v.J .1..
um.i.kuidu me uatl
Irnal. A fin.-.. rA
Snarlfa and a 1m nlnn.
.1 . Kmi'B
oetscn resulted in a touchdo
Badgers Beat Re
. jjub otar m
Madison, Wis., Oct? 21.-
sm won a costlv -victorv f
kell today; 13 to Q. In a V
in the final period, Eber
the tar RartD-pr.halfhai-u- u
hard and received a severe
his left knee. He will be d
the Badgers were forced to
hard. at in tuan a .... ... .
long runs and fierce tackling.
Bellevue Cripples Are
Th. D.llvn. fnnt hall am.
was expected from the fray Wi
itv nn FrtHflv. Williame'
han. haa ttlcn.l niti a .
bruise, which, however, will keen
out of the game for a week or two
Johns' ankle is .sprained instead of
broken. Stewart, who was knocked
linrnneriniie fnr nil., turn hnn-. in Um
list tignt wntcn tarmmated the game,
haA r.l-Ov.r.d ku- QslHrit.ir mnn;.H
and will be out in uniform again this
week. i.ne remaining players on the
l,gm althnnnh ....r.l.. k...i I ...
........ n...iwuei. .v.iiy ui uiacu UU,
will take their places again by the
nuuuie ot ine week.
Cambridae HinhElevfin '
, . Minces McCook's Men
' Cambridge High school defeated
McCook hnday, 23 to 0.
Kodwell, the Cambridge .quarter,
tnnlr thn hall nn Vi . t nl... .f.
. . - - .iiv .no. pmy aiic,
the kick-off and ran the length of the
neia tor a ..touchdown. Stansbie, the
Cambridge fullback, was injured early
ui uic game, aim iarroi, wno replaced
him, tore the McCook line to pieces.
The second touchdown was on- a for
ward pass, Redford to Easter. Red
ford made the third one. Rodwell
kicked a drop from the twenty-yaVd'
fin. V Rnll.a l.(t tn.L1. 1 i.i,:i
....... w..va, L1. Hiiu IVltiVlll-
len, guard, starred for McCook.
Atlantic anal Adair Tie. ' .
Aflantl. 1. d., .., . irf.. .
and Adair Hlsh ichool. played a tl. same,
i to C, at the local field yesterday. A muddy
field wee a bid advantage for the Adair
haavv h.pV tl.lit W. l.W ..4 u .
, ..m .. Hlu nmmm aiarrea
for Adair, and Wltken for Atlantic Moee of
Amee w.a referee and Norak of Co. umpire
Atlantle ptay. Harlan next weak and Adair
the tallowing- week.
to Connie Mack
Evervhnrlv Uraa mnrrtrlAf
- .-.j j muj wnen incy
heard that the batting behemoth of
tne seals was to be sacked, told and
delivered tnvth 4!
Connie Mack, et al, for next icason,
"w -uiiicb ,nc news oi a dittcr-
etlCe m SalarV IrrgnrromHta anI U.
possible hint that Ping may continue
' ( 'nnriii iimlf ..... xt n it.
"...s naj, ne
thrpatpnn in hsvo rx,r,rr AH
doubtable Ping if the lattci so much
oo DuKKcaia more money, ine tact is,
Pin it haa nulrorf fnr .:
- o .w. an lAll a Bine UI
kale, and Connie is all het up about
I uucs not propose to have
Bodie pull a Robin Hood on him. He
feel! that th PhJln-Uk;-. a.ui..
i"uv iy.ua mincilVB
can very easily dispense with the serv
ices of Bodie, whereas the Seal Stick
ing star can ill afford to escane their
For a sum said to be $5,000, or $7,
500. nr ao-ain $(;nnn ;n ....!. J ..!
ers, the Seal management disposed of
Bodie to the Athletic management
some-weeks ago. Since then the offer
of S.lftOO ii th. ..a..I ..i i...
been offered to Bodie by Mack. Ping
i ucinauuing ,uuu. ne reasons that
it's worth mnr mnn.v tn htm t,.
inconvenience he will suffer in mov
ing his family and belongings east
oi the season here vestertla?
The visitors excelled on. forward
naAH.i a n H h.M U...inn. ! .
r--- -v... ii.aiiiiKa ai.urcics. un
til the last quarter, when Pottorf went
over me line ior Hastings only touch
down, . , - '
Elmer Larson OutDlavs
; - Andy S.wanson at Pool
Elmer Larson defeated Andv Swan.
son, 100 to 62, last night in the third
a-ame nf thi. etat n.L.t k:n:.-j
..... uvvkvi . uiiuaru
tournament, now being held at the
suoway billiard rooms.
"Urini," 1.... tru
...lavii fiaya naroia
Moonev Mnnriav ntnht r...i. 11
t ft l i f ' a , wi-iwww t,o,
n. w u V1U1.K.
Ohio Sheriff Gets Forty Days
rur Leiung rrisoner Joy Ride
Cnllltnhne Ci nt Oi Cl :te
w., w.. . 1. llCl III
Alonso. T. .Swtniloe nf tTna. . ...
vice president of the American Sher
iffs association and president of the
Ohio nheriffa' nroani.ttnn :
.... v.B.....n,,ull, n .o given
a sentence of forty days in the Dela
ware county jail by United States
Judge John1 E. Sater here today for
permitting a federal prisoner in h-s
custody to take long automobile rides
and have, other liberties. '
lara inhn.nn . ,
afferial ranaritv wh.n t.. . .!- 7 '
...lb ncKru uiw
the aam. thm A ...... i:. l . , A
.... - ......8 ..I nueuana Dy oeat-
mg Tommy Burns, thinks that he has
once more found a boxer who wilj
u m ine top ot tiis class.
nt now nas under his wing Harry
Segal of New York, who has been
fighting under the name of "Battling
Champ," and although he has yet to '
meet the top-notch welterweights, he
his shown the crafty old manager
enough to make him believe that he
has another title-holder. . - '
Segal is only a youngster, and Fitz
Patrick is easing him along the route
of the aernnrl.rat... . U. r. -
that is full of action and a heavy
, Tarklo Keeervea Smotharad. r
llhatnatndrka It Tm mi . c. . . . .
wt. DpwiMI Tla
r!!l-)8for,n thr touchdown. ShMKO. :
flOaih H vh ainainlhaiujt m- .
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rv Jo 0. Beck nd Rosen itrr.d tot ;
I) i f a KrKiQ ena, i in ft hos-
r . - ...nuu via ilia) vnifKOODi Ana "
an y, which wrt badly Injured. .
- Mick Slew Student,
Vftuvhan, ttudent at the Univenity of
Wliooneln, hu been limed by Connie Mck
manner of the Philadelphia American buee
bait club. , , , vr"
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