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SEPTEMBER TO
50PEN
FOOTBALL
AT COLLEGES
Big Ten Conference Opens
Practice . September 15
Several Teams Will Be
Strong.
, By WALTER ECKERSALL.
With the advent of Sepjefriber, the
month devoted to preliminary foot
ball training, gridiron squads will
be mobilized at the various institu
tions to receive instruction for the
opening games, to be played the
flatter part of the month.
, All indications point to the season
being just as successful and featured
vbv the same, hard fought battles that
characterized the one of a vear aero.
The schedules have been drawn, and
the list of games promises a rarS
treat for the follower of the pigskin
game. Aside from the contests
jV.-hich will decide sectional su
premacy, a number of important in
,tersectional clashes will be played.
Prep Rivals to Meet.
Although the east and west have
never met with representative teams,
lrep school foot ball supremacy will
be settled this year to a more satis-
factory degree than ever before. Fol
' -lowing the successful base ball game
between the leading teams in Chi
cago and New York Citv last vear.
a Chicago newspaper is backing an
intersectional foot ball contest this
year which will brine the best eleven
;f!r Chicago against the best in the
eastern 'metropolis.
. ; The Olympic games showed plain
ly tha.t not enotgh encouragement is
given our prep school athletes. The
Vwserable showing which the United
-ta(cs made in the long distance
funs at Antwerp demonstrated that
:Jbng distance running must be fos
v' tered and encouraged in the prep
school if we are .to be successful in
future Olympic contests. ,
Better Coaching Needed.
j. The prep school elevens are g'rven
"little orino encouragement during
the season. Their teams as a rule
- are coached byv -alumni or by the
captains. These men seldom have
good idea of advanced foot ball. As
a result, prep, school stars have a
Jot to leant wher they enter college,
Their games are arranged in a hap-
X hazarrl manner. nnrt. if ihfv arc
beaten at the beginning of the sea
son, they dp not enter into succeed
ing games with the proper spirit.
With a chance of meeting tfie best
jn -New York, City for foot ball
supremacy of1 the two cities, the
prep school players in both cities
will enter, into their foot ball train
ing, not 'only to win the titles of the
respective cities but, for the right to
demonstrate which plays the better
brand of foot ball. Sucli a series is
a mighty good thing for foot ball in
--general and especially for the prep
school warriors.
, Big Ten Starts September IS.
In the central west mast of the
big teams, especially tfiose in the
western conference,. are forbidden by
' rule . to start practice before Sep
tember. 15. There is jtro rule, how
ever to prevent the players from
tinK in physical condition as
soon as possible, so that they will
be able to enter into practice on
the opening day with plenty of en
thusiasm. '
Center' college of Danville, Ky.,
and yalparaisb university of In
diana, jf-hich wjjl meat Harvard in
important early swflson intersec
tional games, will start worlj this
week. It goes without saying that
tne western elevens will be opached
to the height of foot ball perfection
when they go east,Nas each realizes
a victory over the Crimson will make
the season a success, no matter how
other games result.
Change at Northwestern.
' Only one ciang has taken place
in the coaching departments of con
ference institutions. Elmer- Mc
Deavitt, a former Yale player, has
succee43 Charley Baciman as head
gridiron mentor at Northwestern.
The new Purple coaijh has a mighty
hard schedulers his team will play
its first important game with .Minne
sota October 9 and will close with
Notre Danta on the'Saturday before
Thanksgiving day. .
-"i At Chicago, where Coach Stagg is
Lwauy laving plans for the two-
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-ia;nc series wnn rnnce;un wun
dpiens next year, a new, foe will -appear
on the Maroon schedule. The
Midway- rtoach has- taken on Ohio
state for the first time since foot ball
has been played at either institution.
The game will-be flayed at Chicago,
. October 30.N
Strong Schedule for Maroons.
Director Staee has arranged one
of tne best schedules in years. Only
one gan e will' be played away from
home, and that with Michigan. - It
will be 'the !irst trip of a Maroon
foot ball team to Ann Arbor since
1904V when the VVolverines, led by
the-great Biily Haston, were victor
ious in a great game 22 toJ2. The
Maroons will also play Wabash for
the first t:rfic since 1903. Illinois,
Purdue, Iowa and Wisconsin will
be' the other Maroon, opponents at
Chicago "'' 1
Although h is rather early to draw
a line on the comparative strength of
thi teams, it is certain that,Minne-
for the breU won by Illinois last j
year after a rreat battle with Ohio
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Illinois, however, will be strong, as
will WSsconsii and Indiana Purdue
and Iowa will bear watching, , while
Chicago can be depended upon to
have a team which may be a con
tender. " Ohio State will be withont
the services of Chick Harley, but
Coach Wilce h-i? the nucjeus of an
other 1 formidable aggregation.
Imoortant conching changes have
taken place in the east. J. W.
f4eisman, who -g?:rd country-wide
recognition, as a foot ball coach at
Georgia Technical, w ill be head men
tor at the University of . Pennsyl
vania. Bob Folwell. who hals coached
foot ball at Fern for years, will oc
ccpy a similar position at Annapolis,
while Tad Jones will be in charge at
ibble, Canadian Amateur y
Sculler, May Become Fro
it is reported doo iiouic oi xjuu
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Rnu,-;nir club. Toronto, amateur
single sculling champion of Canada,
may -turn professional and compete
against Eddie Durnanr American and
lnadian champion, next year.
JAPANESE TEAM -.
MAY. PLAY BALL
l HERE IN SPRING
Waseda University Club Plan
ning Trip to U.tS? Armours
Offer to Meet Them. y
Japan's best base ball team fill
appear in Omaha next spring if the
plans of the Armour semi-pro club
do not go awry. v, '
. Bernard J. Boyle, manager of the
Armour crev, has asked the Wase
da university base bait team, Japan's
best, to play a three-game series
here next spring with. the Armours.
' The 'Japs are planning a long trip
across the United States next spring
and summer. They expect to spend
five months in preparation for the
trip by touring Honolulu during the
American mulwintet, playiiiH the
fast American, Japanese and Chi
nese teams of the island- In early
spring they intend to tour the
United States' western coast and
then work their way east to the At
lantic. The Japs are amateurs.
TWOTTTuTAR
BALL GAMES ON
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Paulson's Fords and Maney
jlling Co. Teams to Mix at
Luxus Park for Class B
Flag. '
The Sunday class B amateur
base hall championship will be at
stake this afternoon at Luxus park,
Twenty-fourth and Vinton streets,
when the Paulson's "Fords, cham
pions of the American league clash
with the Alaney vMilling Co., Boost
er league pennant winners, in the
deciding game of-the series.
With one game each to their cred
it, both teams are confident of car
rying off the title and have been
practicing hard "for the contest. One
of the largest crowds of the season
is expected to attend.
At a late hour last night both
Manager Fred Krafecik and Man
ager Dode Hubatka of the Maney
Milling Co. and Paulson's Fords,
respectively, wre undecided as to
who they would send to the mound,
but it understood that Joe Man
cuso,v who ' has been hurling good
ball for the Fords will "Be in the
box for the American league cham
pions, while Manager K-rajecik,
who failed to give the Fords a hit
in 6 1-3 innings last Sunday will
take the mound for his warriors.'
Winners of this game will meet
the winners of the Saturday cham?
i e . ,i n
pionsmp ior ine ciass a city title
and also earn the righ to represent
Omaha in the class B inter-city
series. j.
In the preliminary battle, the Mc-1
Kennqy Dentists, pennant winners
Qfthe Gate City league, will cross
hats with the Commeree Juniors.
champs of the North Omaha circuit.
in the first of a three game series
to settle the class C city champion
shio. s
me McKenney Dentists have a
strong team and during-the Gate
City league season finished with a
clean slate, winning 14 games out
of thV same number played, while
the ' Commerce Juniors ran a neck
to neck rac.e with the Excelsiors,
winning . the pennant last Sunday.
The opening game will start at
1:30 o'clock, while'the Maney Mil!
ing Co.-Paulson's Fords fray will
follow immediately after.
following is the Iinefup tor the
Maney-Paulson contest.
Sfaney's Paulson's
Smith lb Poesch
L. Chleborad 2h D. Hubatka
Lanr 3b Stahurski
Vavra as...; MeAullffe
Stancok rf F. Hubatka
Kennedy cf Bloemer
Vest K HorniR
T. Chleborad c Hanson
C...T. ... MeliauKhlln
Krajcclk P Manruso,
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Red Cross to Hold Meet.
San Francisco, Sept. 4. Life sav
ing teams representing Oakland, Ber
keley and San Francisco wiM partici
pate in the Red Cross Life-Saving
Corps aquatic meet to be held here
on September 17. The meet will be
'open o' both men and women and
ine evnis include rescue, races, low
ing races, resuscitation dris, retriev
ing relay races and competitions in
various rescue holds.
Swimmer to Get Salary.
Portland, Ore., Sept.' 1. Miss
Thelma Payne, while- competing at
the. Antwerp Olympic games in the
diving events will hot lose hef salary
as chief telephone operator for the
city of Portland. Recently the city
council adobted a resolution author
izing payment to Miss Payne of $250
for ten weeks, the period of her ab
sence. '
Only 2 Double Victors
In the, Olympic track and field
sports at Antwerp only three athletes
won two first places, namely: A. G.
Hill of England, the 800 and 1,500
meter ruffs: Frigerio -of Italy, ,a
walker, who captured the 3,000 and
0,000 meter events and N urn,,, e
Finn, who won the 10,000 meter, rim
ana cross country races
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NICHOLSON TOPS
HORNSBY, PLATTE
LEADS MIMES
National League Takes on
New Hitting Leader-Lee
Leading Western League
Base Stealers.
. Outfielder Nicholson, the Pitts
burgh slugger, has taken the lead
among Ihe National league batters,
from Roger Hqrnsby of St. Loujs.
Nicholson experienced a great per
iod at'bat. during the week and is
topping the list with an average of
.381. The averages released today
include- games of last Wednesday
Hornsby dropped to .365. However
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he is well ahead of Eayrs of Boston,
who is in third place wijh .338.
Hornsbv. however.' increased his
rtlead in total bases to 254.
Cy Williams , of Philadelphia,
seems to havejstruck a hodoo in 13,
as he has not added to this number
of circuit drives in the past two
weeks, but still he is three in front
of his teammate, Meusel.
Mix Carey of 'Pittsburgh stole
three bases in the past week and is
showing the way, to the base steal
ers with 48; Burns of New York has.
taken the lead from Bancroft, a
teammate, as the best run-getter.
Burns registered 87 times to Ban
croft's 81. . t
Other Jeading baters:' YouiTg, New
York, .336; Roush, Cincinnati, ,336;
Stock, St. Louis. 3.v; Jj 5mi
ith St.
k. 32.3;
Louis, .324; King, New'York,
Hollocher, Chicago, .318; Z. Wheat,
Brooklyn, .316; Konctchy, Frpoklyn,
.3 1 S ; Fournier, St. Louis, .313;
Mvers, Brooklyn, .311; , Wiliarus,
Philadelphia, .31L t ;
George Slsler, the 'St. Loute star,
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American league, ran into a slump
when the Mound City club invaded
the ea't,.on the last jaunt, and as
a result Tris Speaker, 'manager of
Cleveland,' is heading the proces
sion with an averajje of .395. Sisler
is the runner-UD. however, onlv one
point behind with .394. Eddie Col
lins, captain of. the Chicago v hite
Sox, has greatly improved his bat
ting mark and is pressing Jackson,
aleammate, and Huth of New York,
Jaekson is batting .377, Ruth. 374
and E. Collins. 367.
" "Babe" Ruth has played only one
game since 'the last averages Were
compiled and in that contest
cracked out his foijty-fourth home
run. His total base record was
brought up to .316 and his scoring
rVcoxd to 134. Ruth is out of the
game because of an infection on his
arm, but is expected to be back in
the line, next week. -
Jice of Washington was not able
to steal any bases during the past
week, but his 45 thefts give, him a
hig'Uead over his nearest rival, Sis
ler. Vho pilfcrred 28.
Other leading batters: Meusel.
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New York", .348;y'Murphy, Chicago,
.347; Jacobson, St. Louis, .341; Hen
dryx, Boston, ,341; Kice, Washing
ton, .340; Judge, Washington, .339;
Weaver, Chicago, 335; Felsch Chi
cago .429; Cobb, Detroit, .326.
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Bogart ofyfoplin went back to his
place las runne-up to East of
Wichita, for batting hWTprs ia,the'
Western league, and Yaryan, the
home run king of Wichita, dropped
back to third place among players
whoiave participated in 5Q or more
games. East is topping-the list with
an average of .30, while Bogar's
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yan has crarVd out 26 circuit drives
and is far in front in this depart
mentwhile Lee of Omaha is leading
Pitt of Oklahoma by one theft for
stolen base honors. Lee stole 32.
Yaryan, in addition to leading in
homers, is ahead in .total bases, with
287. -
Other leading batters: Shestak. St.
Joseph, .328; .Pitt, Oklahoma City,
1326; rlatte,- Omaha, (323 ; Bck
Wichita, .322; Lelivelt, Omaha, .3$;
Tierney, Tulsa. .321;.Lindimore, Ok
lahoina City, .324. N
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Tennis Tourney Are On Tap
' Forest Hjlls, N. Y Sept. 4. WU
liamM. Johnston of San Francisco,
national champion, was matched
against G. Colket Kaner of Boston
and William T. Tilden II of Phila',
delphia against Wallace F. John
son, also of Philadelphia, in the
semi-final round today of the 39th
annual lawn tennis singles cham
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