Butler 52, Zig-Zags 0
Untl.r 6U, Zlar - Zaga O, , , The Butler University and Zig - Zag bicycle elevens dared a brink irama at thet Vamt Ohio - slree; Park,' in this city, Saturday. Three suVJut4?s were playing at Butler's center and Captain Soiaerville was away, but Albert Hall made the team play, so fast as to dazz! - i the bicyclers. Bauer's men were somewhat "rattled" at first, and after making tlyeir first touch - down it looked as though tbe Zig - Zags would tie the score. They pushed the ball to Within - a foot of the line and still thad three downs to make, but tho Butler men were desperate. They piled up before the Zig Zag wedges, and - tbe ball did not move au inch farther. Alter that the eame was one - sided. Jiutler knade twenty - tour points in the first half aid the game ended 2to0 in Butler's favorf Horace Sebern, the bicyclers' captain, was hurt early in the game, and Minor, so long the star half - back ot DePauw, directed the team's play. Lister old the best playing for Butler. The Zig - Zag's chief weakness was lack ot team practice. practice. They will play the Light Artillery eleven the Saturdnv after bptL .