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YORK COLLEGE WINS
FROM COTNER TEAM
Professors From Upstate Walk
All Over the Team From
LOOK TO WES LEY AN GAME
York, Neb,, Nov. 10. (Special Tel
egram.) York college wo nits fifth
straight game here from the Cotner
Bull Dogs. The game was slow and
featureless with things al' York, 32
Aside from being the fifth straight
victory it was also the fifth straight
game in which the opponents had no
show whatever in scoring. The col
lege precahers have not as yet been
forced to their limit and it is not
likely that they will be until they
meet'the Wesleyan Coyotes at York
The game promises to create as
much interest in this part of the coun
try as the Nebraska-Notre Dame
game at Lincoln.
York kicked to Cotner and then
loafed throughout the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Shelmadine
carried the ball- over for the first
touchdown followed by one on a for
ward pass with Priebe on the receiv
ing end. York scored two more
touchdowns in this quarter and then
did not score until the fourth quarter.
York did not have any particular
stars, Thomas and Newman played
the best game for Cotner.
Reynolds . . . .
"Reynolds . . . .
. . . . Moore
. . Vorschn
. . Thomas
. . Strang
Hmtth for Reynolds,
Moyors for Reynolds, 8aundors for Blank,
Rurke for Olur, Coffee for Shellmadlna,
Shellmadlne for Paulson. Cox for Olur,
for Glur; Cotner. Conwa for Brltt. Touch
downs: Conwsy' (2, Shellmadlne, Prlebs,
Burke. Goals fro touchdowns: Meyers (2).
Officials: E. Frank. Nebraska; Corrl, Ne
braska; Harman. Nebraska.
Central High Goes
To Capital City for
Accompanied by a' special train car
rying some 500 rooters, the Central
High school foot ball eleven leaves
today for Lincoln to clash with the
high school team of that city in the
battle which will determine the in
terscholastic championship of the
No such keen interest in an Omaha
Lincoln game has heretofore been
manifested during the twenty years
of rivalry between the two schools.
Neither team has yet met defeat.
Omaha has not had its goal line
crossed, It is expected to be one
a Nebraska gridiron.
Coach Mulliean expects to send his
entire team of regulars into the fray,
as none of them were badly hurt in
the' Beatrice fray last week. The
coach has put his charges through
grueling workouts all week and it
is believed the local warriors will be
at their very best this afternoon.
Omaha ranks a slight favorite over
the Lincolnites because of the Beat
rice victory. Mulligan and the team,
however, are not over-confident and
realize they will be up against the
stiffest encounter of the season.
The special train will leave at 12:15
over the .Rock Island. It will return
directly after the game.
Curtis Aggies Lose ,
Close Game to Cozad
Curtis, Neb., Nov. 10. (Special
Telegram.) Cozad defeated the Cur
tis Aggies today, 7 to 6, by a fluke
in the last ten rounds of play. Curtis
scored in the last quarter and with
ten seconds to play, Cozad recovered
a punt for a touchdown.
Genoa, Neb., Nov. 10. (Special.)
The county offices were all, excepting
clerk, captured by the republicans. W.
H. Sisler received a majority of 340
over the present deputy, who was
running for clerk. For treasurer, L.
S. Donisthrop; for county judge, W.
R. Fulton, re-elected; sheriff, C. J.
Warner; clerk of the district court,
F. H. Hitch; county superintendent,
Lillian Green, re-elected; county at
torney, John Barsby.
Hebron High Wins.
Hebron, Neb., Nov. 10. (Special Tele
aram.) By cleverly executed fake plays
the Hebron High school eleven defeated
Kalrbury's heavier team here today, 22 to
6. Hebron's score was made by Talbot,
Clrey and Cruise. Falrbury's single tnuch
lown came In the last three minutes of
the game after a series of line plunges.
Holllster starred for the Falrbury team,
making long gains by end runs.
Pierre Wins State Title.
Pierre, B. D., Nov. 10. (Special Tele
graph.) In the fight for stats champion
ship between Pierre and Aberdeen High
here today the home team won by ST to 7.
Aberdeen could not break the Pierre de
fense and only got around It onco Just be
fore the clone of the last quarter.
HOPES OF BROWN DEPEND
ON BIO HALFBACK.
X :,k ) '
N A ,
Faith in the ability' of Andy Hill
house, the 190-pound halfback, is all
that lends hope to supporters of
Brown when the Rhode Islanders
clash with Yale Saturday. Hillhouse
was out of the game early in the year
oneaccount of injuries, but since his
return 'the team has assumed much
more .strength and Brown followers
are hoping that Andy will lead his
team to victory against the bulldog.
THE KANSAS AGGIES
Just One Big Foot Ball Game
Will Be Played Today in
HUSKER. WARRIORS IDLE
Only one big football game to be
played in the Missouri Valley confer
ence today, but upon it will depend
much of the chances of the Missouri
Tigers to claim equal honors with the
Cornhuskers, of Nebraska, in the val
lev race. The game will bring to
gether Missouri and the Kansas Ag
gies, whom the Nehraskans already
have forced to bow in defeat.
Kansas will Dlav Washburn at To
peka. Iowa State (Ames) will meet
Morningside at Ames; Drake will
have bimpson at Des Momes ana
Knox will contest at Washington.
Nebraska will be idle, preparatory to
the Kansas battle next week. Texas
and Arkansas, likewise, do not play,
as thev meet each other in the an
nual game at Austin and Oklahoma
has only a minor affair with King
fisher at Norman.
Snort bossid does not concede the
game to Missouri and it won't be de
cided until the official count is in.
The Kansas Aggies and Missouri
have a strong line. Neither has exhib
ited a brilliant offensive, however.
But tomorrow, it was said, the Mis-
sourians will have Pittam and Col
lins, stars at slugging the ball, and
only Muir, the drop kicker and lines
man, will be out because of injuries.
The Missourians are ruling today as
With Friend Uni On
Local Field Today
Friends university of Wichita, Kan.,
will oppose Creighton on the gridiron
at Creighton field this afternoon.
The Wichita warriors come to
Omaha with the reputation of being
Sretty tough terriers. They have
een cleaning up down in the Jay
hawk state, where they turn out a
good brand of foot ball players, and
they are predicting victory over the
The blue and white athletes, how
ever, have regained some of their lost
confidence, due to their victory over
St. Louis, and are just as sure they
will vitkquish the invaders.
Beatrte High Winner.
Beatrice. Neb., Nov. 10. (Special Tele
gram.) In a hard-fought gams, the
Beatrloe High school foot ball team de
feated the state farm lada from Llnooln,
10 to T.
- Kllpatiick won the game In - the last
quarter with a field goal. The Beatrice
team was badly cripple, several of the reg.
ulars being out of the lineup. About ISO
rooters accompanied the slat farm team
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916,
International New Aefrtoo.
SOUTHIES COME '
IT OVER BLUFFS
Dworak, la Last Minute of
Play, Oarrieg Ball Over
SCORE SEVEN TO NOTHING
Joe Dworak saved South High
from a scoreless tie against Dudley's
Iowa pugilists in their battle on the
Luxus lot yesterday afternoon. In the
last minute of play, when the South
backs had failed to gain on three lint
smashes, he carried the ball forty
yards around the end on a punt for
mation and then hurled a twenty-five
yard pass that dropped directly into
the arms of Captain Billy Graham,
who skitted across the goal line and
made the score 7 to 0.
Jo-see-phus by this procedure is a
hero in the South Side.
Mr. Dworak was the consistent star
of the game. When South High
wanted to gain they simply called
Joe, and Joe went through. Such is
the simplicity of attack, when an all
star halfback is considered.
Bluffs Look Powerful.
The Bluffs looked mighty power
ful at the end of the first half. The
game was at that moment a tie, but
several times Dudley's phenoms tore
up the South defense and went
through to striking distance of goal.
And more true did it seem when
young Caldwell, Patton's new and
fighting tackle, broke his left arm.
He was carried from the field un
conscious. Then "Fat"; Curtis, the
South's heavyweight guard, of some
180 pounds, who had been on the
sidelines, went in and the game blew
up in the air.
"Givn us the ball," some Packer
yelled: ''Lemme have it. I'll take it
over." Joe was given that ball and
Joe went over. The Bluffs, on the
next play, recovered a fumble. An up
hill drive forced the oval to the
South's twenty-yard line, where, in
three downs, Coach Dudley's heavy
weights at their best couldn't gain an
Twice South High carried the ball
down the field in the last quarter,
only to be held for downs and see the
skin punted into safety territory. The
third time the South offensive pene
trated to the Bluffs three-yard line.
Some punk on the Iowa team inter
cepted a pass on that particular line
and like a fool held on to it, when if
he had merely blocked it the ball
would have been carried back to his
own twenty-three yard line. Referee
Delametre allowed the' Bluffs ten
yards in which to kick and after the
South's fumble in midfield the Iowans
swept up the field to the South fifteen-yard
line. Here is where Dworak
made the run that spelled the Bluffs'
SOUTH HIOH. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
. . Dattiman
. . . . Joeeph
. . Mahoney
.. Magee. .
. ... Stevene
. ,R.E. I..E. . .
NMtor F.B. P.B...
8uttitutwi: Curtu for Caldwell, Tinier
for 'Haneheiter, Murphy for Mahoney.
Tonohdown: Graham. Ooal kicked: Dvorak.
Time of quarter i 16:00. Referee: Harry
'Foot Ball Scores
BeUeme. 0j Twn, 18.
Booth High, It Caunell Bluffs, 0.
Superior High, 7 Neleoa High, S.
AlUanco High, 78 Kidney, 0.
Hebron High, 88 1 Falrhary, I.
Nebi-Mk Weeleywn, ltj Grand Inland Col
York College, 88 1 Cotner 0.
Bftttrtre High, 10; N 'brack Aggie, 1.
Alliance to Play North Platte.
Sidney, Neb.. Nov. 10. (Special Tele
gram.) Alliance defeated Sidney today, 71
to 0. Al lit rice playe North Platte next
week for the yeetern champ) onehlp.
Curtta Agglee, 8; Coiad, 7.
Pierre (8. !.), 87 Aberdeen. 7.
Haetingt College, 8; Doane,
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Nebraska Wesleyan Gets Good
Start and Pulls Away
DROP KICK BY CROZIER
Grand Island, Neb., Nov. 10. (Spe
cial Telegram.) A lucky getaway in
the first few minutes of play and a
clean, btu also lucky, forward pass
toward the middle of the first period,
gave Wesleyan twelve points and a
lead, which Grand Island college
could not overcome, though holding
the visitors tightly through the rest
of the game. Clozier of the Wesley
ans featured in a forty-five yard drop
kick for goal and Holtz of Grand
Island in a fifty-five yard run for a
touchdown. Wesleyan won, 15 to 7.
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Umpire: Keefe. RefereeHalllfan, Lines
Football Games Today
At Columbuir Indiana va. Ohio State.
At Bvanaton Iowa vi. NorthweeUrn.
At ManHattan MlBiourt va. Kansas Ag
gie. At Sioux Falls Notre Dame vs. South Da
kota. At Topeka Kansas va. Washburn.
At. St. boula Knoi vs. Washington Unl.
At Stillwater Central State Normal ve.
Oklahoma A. and M.
At Norman Kingfisher vs, Oklahoma.
4 At Milwaukee St. Louis vs. Marquette.
At Grand Forks South Dakota State vs.
At Indian tapolis Depauw vs. Wabash.
At Indianapolis Franklin vs. Butler.
At Terr Hatite Earl ham va., Rose Poly.
At Oberlin Case va, Oberiln.1-
At Cleveland Mt, ynlon vsi West. Reserve.
At Cincinnati Ohio Unf. vs. Cincinnati.
At Iak Forest Monmouth vs. Lake For
est. At Cedar Rspids-Belolt vs. Coe.
At Peoria Illinois Wesleyan vs. Br edify.
At paoatur Illinois College vs. Mlllikin.
At Fargo North Dakota Agglea-Vs. Fargo
At Charleston South Illinois. Normal vs.
East Iltlnote Normal.
At Abingdon West Illinois Normal vs
At Cambridge Princeton vs. Harvard.
At New Haven Brown vs. Tale.
At Ithaca Michigan vs. Cornell.
At Philadelphia Dartmouth vs. Pennsyl
vania. At' Pittsburgh Washington and Jefferson
vs. University of Pittsburgh.
At West Point Maine vs, Army.
At Annapolis N. Carolina Aggies vk. Nsvy.
At ' Portland Holy Cross vs, Rowdoln.
At Hamilton Rochester vs. Colgste.
At New York Bwarthmore vs. Columbls.
At Washington--West Virginia Wesleyan
vs. Georgetown. ' -
At Washington Maryland Stats vs. Cath
olic University. , v
At Washington Eastern college vs. George
At Gettysburg Williams vs. Gettysburg.
At Haverford Dickinson vs. Haverford
At Baltimore Wsb tern Maryland vs .
Ah Eii eon Albright vs. Lafayette.
At South Bethlehem Fen n state vs.
At New York Colby vs. New York Uni.
At Northfleld Vermont vs. Norwich Unl.
At Nw Brunswick W. Va. vs. Rutgers.
At Springfield Tufts vs. Springfield Y.
M. C. A.
At Syracuse Susquehanna University vs.
At Schenectady Amherst vs. Union.
At Collegevllle, Pa. Franklin and Mar
shall vs. Urslnus.
At Will tarns town Massachusetts Aggies
At Atlanta Alabama vs. Georgia Tech.
At Athens Furtnan vs. Georgia.
At Chattanooga Sewanee vs. Chattanooga.
At Knoxvllls Vanderbllt vs. Tnnneanee.
At Jacksonville Auburn vs. Florida.
At Lexington, Va. Bucknell vs. Washing
ton and Lee.
At StarKvt lo Louisiana vs. Mississippi A.
At Charlottesville South Carolina vs.
At Louisville Kentucky vs. Louisville.
At Houston Rice vs. Tulane.
At Hamilton, Ala. Howard vs. Hamilton.
At Waco Texas A. and M. vs. Baylor.
At Roanoke Galludet vs. Roanoke.
At Hampden -Sidney, Va. Richmond vs.
At Ashland. Va. William and Mary vs.
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Given Seven Years
Fort Smith, "Ark., Nov. 10. W. M.
Boone, former president of the de
funct American National bank of this
city, was sentenced today in the fed
eral court to seven vcars' imprison
ment as a result of his conviction for
making false reports on conditions of
P. A. Bait, A. S. Dowd and E. M.
Dickinson, former cashiers, were con
victed of having assisted in making
the false entries. They now are serv
ing five-year sentences.
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than $.'00,000 as a result of the alleged
A Great Sale of
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For Men and Young Men
cheerfully ex -
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Corduroy Mults at a re
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Today's Calendar of Sports
Kowlnr Hoerlal raeo between the )our
Vale rnr.lt) elahl., on the HoiiMtonlc river.
Ileneh Shows rlret annual show ol lauls
laaa Kennel elub nnene al New Orleans,
Alhletlrs Yale-llrvarl dual em.s-emin-try
raee. at Cambrldfe, Maas. Colsvte-Hyra-ruse
dual eroes-counlrr raee nt 8yra
eu.e, N. V. CorneU-l'ennejIvanlal dnnl ernes
wiuntrr rare at Vhllndelnhla. Wllllams
MasiMirhuNetta Alrrles dual eroes-untry
raee, at Wllllem.luu n. Illinois-Purdue dual
ernsa-eountry race, at t'rbana, 111, Ohio
NUte-lndlana , dual eroae-colintrr race, at
Aneeer Columbia vs. Vale at New Haren.
Horse Shows Twenlr-rlrst annual exhi
bition of National Hnrae Hhow aeeoelaMoa
opens nt Madison Hquare Garden, New orfc,
Crellnir Close at the annual slx-dar raoo
rtoxlar Joe Welllnr vs. Willie ftenaffer,
ten rounds, nt Brooklyn.
HERE'S sale to talk tbemt. It prove beyond any
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$2, S3, $S, mad $7 JO
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wonderful quality Soft tt Alt
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Fiber Soled Men's Shoet
Greatest Sbos values: fine tans and
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Rasa Troops Jtenalsed
Berlin. Nov, 10. (By Wireless to Sarvllle.)
Russian troops which have Invaded Hun.
Sary on the northern Transylvania front In
the Oeoreeny tnountnlns, were repulsed res
lerday, the war ofrloe announees. In Bou
manla. near Rnthenthurm Pass, the Austro
Oermsn forces captured hill positions. In
Dohrudja advanced forces of Field Marshal
von Marksnsen'e army retired. '
TAILOR TALK .
Woolens re higher in price. We main
tain the uaual high quality and the extra
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each suit. We haven t rained our prieee
either. We make the same fine qualities
At the smse old, pricen26.00 to $4ft.OO
, "TAILOR COMFORT CLOTHES"
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Remarkable values ta sitra-oaallty
warm fliraoe lined and perfectly
mads ribbed Shirts and Drawer:
per far. .
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Talaes as theao. xoeptfonally fiae
shirtings in handsome bright eolor
lngs and oonwrratlye .
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