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9 A TH; OMAHA StTNDAY BKK:' XOVKMRKI? 11. lfw?. r 17 k ! I i J if WESTERN LEAGUE AVERAGES Stttiitioi Shew Dei If ni tb 'Grsateit" E Eunnert oi Earth. PUEBLO LIADS WITH THE WILLOW TvaMf -.x Batters Otfr Tlifff Hun. dred. Thrri X Whom Are Welch, Iliilnn and Autre? et Oraabn. V- " league statistician ha. I- his figures for the season.. They cer- lalriiy do no Injustice to Pes Moines From this compilation the fn sees that' Pm .... . l .... - nmnlnt (Mm m..inrB i;'"' - - i on curth. havlnn stolen 39 bases, whll even Unroln, which was In the der.l, at lean nftrr that famous fiasco to out Can-tlllon, when Ducky ducked with the rest of thorn and left Rourke holding the sack, only rets TA. Omaha Is put down for 1!4. Of course stealing . hnses is not such a dimnilt thing when the runner has the tip that the ump Is "right." Fueblo ranks first In battlnr with a teiii.i average of .?!I9 and Des Moinea first lr fielding with a team average of .S61. Omaha hatted .'Ml. which waa better only than IJticnin, which had a percentage of .2t0. Oniahn fielded .MB, tying Lincoln for second place. McOllvrny of the regular leads the league In hatting with an average of .1172. There are twenty-six .30f butters, and Omaha has three of them, Welch .34?, Dolan .321 and Atitry .311. Perrlng dropped to .5. Joe Dolan and Herman Iong, after all the hullahaloo that wvnt on over their "poor" work, rank first aa first baseman and shortstop, respectively, Dolan with an average of .81 and Long .914. Runkle, who played first twenty -eight games, and Sabrle. who played nineteen games are a few points ahead of Dolan, but Joe played In 10 games. Autrey quit the season with three errors for flfty-one games, giving him an average of .970. Here are the figure In their entirety: TEAM FIEXDINO. Games. PO. A. K. Tot. Pet. De Moines 149 1.S04 S7 K.0S0 .951 vJ.lncoln 149 3,M4 1.8J0 824 R.97H .94fi nmna liHI 3.M z.ih 343 6.342 .!"4S TVer 149 3.9 1.837 3K3 6.145 .91S J"ix City 151 3.911 2.0r5 410 6.3SA .9S.1 t'ueblo 149 3.848 l.Ki'd W 8,124 . 933 FIRST BASEMEN. Games. O. A. E.Tot.Pct. Pahrle. Des Moines... 19 191 14 1 Sns .995 Runkle, Omaha 28 2 18 6 2R2 .982 Dolan. Omaha 109 HM 57 22 1133 .91 lexter. Des Moines... BO flnu 23 12 t40 .981 Oondlng, Omaha 10 93 4 1 99 .90 Thomas. Lincoln 136 1335 89 311465 .978 Andrea. Des Moines. 50 507 27 14 648 .974 Mill. Pueblo 24 212 9 227 .973 Mc-Ollvray, Pueblo... 69 S 45 20 719 .973 Kaliiaky. Denver 30 278 16 ( i3 .970 MrHale, Denver 53 n (3 17 .970 Kreew. Sioux City.... 26 229 24 8 2K1 .99 Corbett. Bloux City.. 11 88 3 97 "8 Doyle, Des Moines.... 13 99 B 4 108 .9nt Williams, Sioux City. 33 291 12 IS 316 .958 Meyers, D.,-P..-S.City 80 7i 46 38 8W .96 'IVinneman, Pueblo.... 36 !7 27 13 T .964 Ruxsell, Denver..,..;. 50 4M 17 24 497 . 961 McKay. D. M .-Line. 10 95 5 6 1"6 .943 Bautr, Sioux City 28 252 10 16 27$ .942 - SECOND BASEMEN. Games. O. A. E.Tot.Pct. Magoon, Des Moines. 144 3c9 43.8 26 8 23 T. Smith. Denver 58 1.18 175 15 328 .94 Hhugart. Unc.-P bio.. 9 2fr7 W7 28 4"3 .930 Barlon. Lincoln...:... 99 348 27 88 6S3 .931 Vailr, Pueblo 72 187' EH 83 448 .92! Howard. Omaha 116 2S3 833 49 6K5 .926 Donahue. Denver 72 CA 1M 29 380 .924 Bteen, Lincoln 28 66 76 18 164 .922 75 70 13 159 .918 84 50 9 93 .903 18 18 10 46 .783 Render, Omaha 26 Elwert, Pueblo 19 Mcllitle, Denver 10 THIRD BASEMEN. Games. O. A. E.Tot.Pct. Hogrlever, Des M'nes 12 14 23 2 39 . BhRi-han. Sioux City. 61 86 1(4 16 205 .922 1'errlne, Omaha 150 211 342 47 fioO .922 Frost, Slotix City 92 ml 29 27 337 . 919 UUillin, Lincoln 137 1S1 251 44 476 . 908 liiddlek, IX'nver 119 154 213 37 404 . 8 Hehlpke, Des Molnes.103 108 163 28 299 . 907 Klwert. Pueblo 118 '.59.197 44 400 .f9) I is vis, Denver 18 22 43 10 - 75 .867 O Lenry. Des Molnee. 33 29 59 15 1 03 .854 Starklry, Pueblo 12 11 28 48 .812 SHORTSTOrS. Qames. O. A. E.Tot.Pct. Long. Omaha , 57 135 194 31 860 .914 Anrlreas. Des Molns. ',5 144 1 22 35 41 .911 Fil'man. Lincoln 65 143 Jul C3 377 .912 Runkle. Omaha 71 VJ 186 S7 878 .!2 .Newton, Sioux City..U5 210 892 84 706 .909 uagnler, Lincoln i-9 174 1! 37 401 .907 I'like. Pueblo 130 2H5 356 71 712 .9V J. Smith. Denver 63 116 VM 36 346 .896 T. Smith. Denver.... 73 137 309 41 S7 .894 Barton. Lincoln 13 25 39 8 73 . 889 Vigil. Pueblo 17 37 46 11 94 . 83 O'Learv, Des Moines. 75 115 182 41 S .878 Lawler. Omaha 11 26 29 9 4 .857 Heater, Sioux City... 21 35 58 21 J14 .816 Kroell. Denver 12 22 25 12 59 .796 OUTFIELDERS. Games. O. A. E.Tot.Pct. Corbett. Ploux City.. 15 16 Mowrev. Des Moines. 14 Hlake, Pueblo 26 60 Nobllt. Sioux City.... 149 270 Andreis, Des Moines. 17 30 Autrv, Omaha 61 87 Ketci.em. Lincoln. ...146 250 Caffvn, res Moines... ii7 195 Cook, Pueblo 143 267 Hotrrlever. D. M'nes.116 152 HuskaII, Denver 71 126 Hailer, Pueljlo 90 45 McGllvray. Pueblo.... 70 1 til Vnrrlson. Pueblo 10 22 1 0 Zl 1.0N) 0 ft l.OX) 0 38 4 10 19 i m .m 7 SIS .7K i .is .r,i 100 .870 t iX7 .9iS li 7 117 .9j !I !2 S - 13 8 1.1 ,w 9 5 140 .4 10 3 57 .fefi S 7 176 .9.'.0 1 I 24 .ft.S Be'.den. Denver 144 ZiO 11 9'i 95S Fheehan, Sioux City.. 40 Welday, Des Moines. 119 229 MeUhoir, Pueblo 149 219 Cmter, Omaha 89 147 Davidson. Lincoln 16 27 Campbell. Slutix Clty.150 23! "Wolfo, Linc.-Des M.. 44 55 I.iovle. Des Moinoa.... 17 25 liansey, Omaha 149 260 Fenlon, Om.-8.C.-I In. 87 121 Welch. Omaha 150 311 Tate. Hlmix city...... 4K 63 Randall. Denver 149 2i5 S 2 45 .9M 15 IS 2S7 .960 JS 13 7 .949 16 10 173 .942 1 2 30 .9:13 13 17 2'.l .W4 13 6 73 .932 2 I 29 .9:11 40 22 322 .931 10 10 140 .92 25 2H Sti4 .9?4 7S .(-! 15 23 2t!3 .912 4 11 120 . Holmes. Lincoln H6 1K McHale, Ienver ."olllns, Lincoln teater. Sioux City.. Cicotte, Pes Moines. Nl H!l 7 IS 172 .907 94 LS 11) 17 Ifil .ft 24 :' 28 .M.7 13 13 .M4 23 ..W 11 11 io io Harms, Lincoln Oillen, Pea Moines... 21 11 CATCHERS. Games. O, A. E.Tot.Pct. ZinrKii. Lin.oln. .122 4 133 9 746 .97 HoBrtever. Y. M'nes. 12 hi 15 1 77 .97 Gcm.llng, Omaha W 4.SX 1S5 13 .97 Wolfe. l.lnc.-Kes. M.. 2 IM IU 4 HI Messltt. Pueblo e; M U I 3M .97U 7alukv, Iienver...'... W 4LO X! 12 6J8 .977 Towne. Des Moines.. 72 i 11 477 .977 P-exter. Ies Mollies.. 8S t 3:' 7 K .973 Pettlt. SKnix City., .3) 96 14 t 112 .973 H-. Sioix 'ity 76 S& 1"4 11 479 .972 Rowers. Omaha-LInc 41 IsG 3i T i'X 3 Rennicker. I'ut-bln.... a.l 72 11 345 .9sd Kemler. Omnha St M 35 o 13 .SHI Ki'lirnnt. l'ver-P'blo. 2.t K) 16 i D .9iil WeliiHidt. Denver.... 7 3.9 HI 17 4i .9il Freee. Ploux City... bit ik2 li2 17 421 .9i9 PITCHERS. Giiiues. O. A. Ad. tins, Penver 21 7 44 limlev. Pueblo 13 11 30 McNeeley. Omaha 49 I d2 F.nBle. Lenver 34 12 72 Jarrott. Pmiix City... 39 io lis Wright. Denver 42 ' 10 7 McKay, Pea. M .I. in. 41 13 M fnnders. Omaha 36 13 M? JMllior. Ies Moines... 10 11 Oillen. Pes M..:ie.... 27 U 1 Fyler. Lincoln 49 11 UO lawyer. P. C.-Onmha 11 3 14 Corbett. Sioux t'it..30 10 l Zackert. Lincoln 22 40 M ink, Pes Mulnes. 3 S (i t ieoite, Pe Moines.. 32 IS Mi Koukal'k. 0;.'hii 1.1 0 :4 Paur. t. PueblJ la 3 41 Po.lg. , Omnia 4" 4 7 Newiin, riii'tix ":' .. 17 4 3 Corns. Omaha .. 3i s 77 E. Tot. Pet. 0 51 lOrt tT 4 99 4 90 S 52 7 95 2 2i 3 51 7 87 4 47 .915 8 !'3 .914 Jiicknr., dioiix City.. 4i) Pummel, puebl i M Morrison. P blo-Pen.! 17 PaUe. Ienver S3 Mortian. I'en -P'blo.. i.. Minor. Pueblo Jt ,turiei. Lincoln 37 Hall. Ploux l ily lrt Vollrmlorf. Pueblo li 13 1"0 11 129 914 5 95 10 110 .mm 10 12 14 4i 60 .9..I 104 13 129 .19 74 h) ! U 1"I IS 127 r ii; is i. .Kr 2 19 37 .M7 18 31 .MS PITCHING RECORDS. Games. W. I.. Pvl Hall, isloux City 1 I H Msnske. Pes Molni-s 3:1 23 Io .U7 4 icolle. P Moines ,. 27 18 9 .m.7 Vr-Kay. Iks Momes-Unc. an 2u 10 .bo-; kliiller, Moines 4.1 2 15 .w2 '.illrn. l-s Millies if 16 9 M.i Sindera, Omtba 34 21 IS .t.l llenley. Pnenlo li 8 5 ,hW Mwin, Penver-PUjeblo 30 18 1? .hoi McN"!. v. ikinaba r 22 1 .5 9 h vi. r l.in. oly 47 :s 2t lir.jlie, Denver ,. .4 13 II .54.' Jurrott. P oux City 32 11 15 f. 1 C vl licit, b uux City -S 15 It .n; 'a::;: !H 15 -.Mil 9 i' .5"0 I IS 20 .474 i i i . 1 5 .' 10 .444 11 17 .4.11 14 1" 4'4 12 2" 13 21 .2 3 5 .-ITT. 10 li .30 17 30 .:2 a .ill 1 in .x.i 3 li .:' 1 7 .13 H : 13 11 H .HI 4M S3 J4 Wright. Denver ... Vn irnt, J'ueblo Vollemlorf. Fucblo Adams, Denver 1 oi in, imaha lodKe, Omaha fcllinmel, t'uebln Jackson, FUoux City . Kt-c nor, Denver Minor, f'uehlo 11 Psige, lienver 47 Knuksllk, Omaha 9 NewPn. Sioux City IS Mr,rrlon, Ftiehlo-Omaha. ... 15 McCabe. Sioux City.. 8 TtAM BATTING. AU. R. III. TP. SM. 9H. Tel. Fueblo btA t4J i;xJ 2K7 117 1 I Moliips...4a K29 1417 17x7 152 3M -91 Ifrtonx 1ty....5:i.! 7 141 172 1 . 1 n j ;;;;;;;; J j ' $ Oinnhn l5i 651 1 14 1?06 14i 194 .261 j INDIVIDUAL BATTINO AVERAGES. j. Ab.R Bh.Tb bh.Sb.Ue. I HarniS fJno.ln III .III A Ih 1 I 1 I .37) M...,. is7. ;:.v:v,u :u 2? .s-m Woliay. nes M tt.t M9 sfc lui 10 31 ..'! Towne. Des Moines 74 4; Hi 113 4 10 .36i Aieicholr, I'ui tiio. ..li!i jz v 2ii iM It So 3.J talfyn, Dos Moines i i; M'2 140 I bo 6 U .'k yulliin. Lincoln LW 6:6 95 i 211 2 34 .3oi -annell, Moux C.lmi "2 132 211 ii 7 12 .:ii0 Han.lall, Denver. ...4 5V0 li 11.9 2 17 36 .S43 Cook, 1-ueblo li i 149 212 2M 9 3.1 .343 Welch, umuha 1W 563 102 1M) 74 17 'M .3W D.ivlitson, lncoin. M b K 20 24 0 J Starkey, Pueblo. .. 16 C! 9 21. 30 4 2 ..t-13 Dexter, IVs MolnePW 4 79 U'i K6 12 24 .:) Andreiis. l)es M....142 513 Y ltio 117 IS 84 22 Dolnn, Omaha 119 4M9 5.1 141 174 10 13 Not. lit, Sioux City .149 502 95 190 73 37 10 .3) lt'isMt il. Denver 121 4.4 7: l',2 196 15 10 Hhe-han. Sioux C..114 4'3 i2 131 172 36 13 .317 Shtigart, L.-l'ueblo 71 2M 38 M US 4 .314 muroi, Puebio 22 67 10 21 30 Z u .3L.1 Miller, ! Moinoe. 51 156 30 51 73 2 6 .13 Autry, Omaha 61 219 31 6S 92 8 9 .311 .Alnsky, Denver. .,114 415 70 128 191 8 15.11' Hicsler, Pueblo 14 39 8 12 19 0 2 .37 Lader, Pueblo ' 1H 42J 73 131 176 15 24 .3"S Doyle, Dee Moines. 31 87 18 IM 32 1 3 .299 WllHems, Sioux C li 11 17 IS W 3.2 Ketchem, Lincoln.. 146 667 107 169 2o2 13 28 . 298 Perrlng, OmahH . . . .150 5M6 H 1 H 258 12 29 .2SK Freese, Sioux City .. 89 319 37 94 12 9 8 .294 Thomas. Lincoln. . .144 573 77 168 242 14 27 . 293 Vollendorf, Pueblo. h 41 1 12 13 1 0 .2:'3 8nbre, Des Moines. 19 66 7 1 23 1 4.22 Klwert. puebl 137 51! fl 211 9 18 .2 Collins, iJncoln.... 9S 34 57 H) 12-) 22 28 .290 Hemler, Omaha 6'i '.';! 56 76 97 6 19 .2:0 Wolfe, Ian. -Des M. 76 26? 35 76 107 7 10 .i90 Weed. Kloux Cltv..l4s 6i'2 s" !72 228 11 10 .2 Hogriever. D. M... 14:1491 91 111 173 ?4 66 , 2 Jarrott. Sioux Cltv 52 151 14 12 46 1 0 . 278 Hauer, Sioux CUv.. 29 liO 25 30 43 2 6 . 275 Messltt, Pueblo 67 240 32 66 93 0 3 .:75 Corns. Omaha 40 lno 12 27 35 1 0 .270 Fenlon. Lincoln.... s7 339 51 91 114 2 21 ,26 Holmes. Lincoln... 77 244 38 65 83 14 21 .2C'i Magoon. Des M li 473 14 1.'6 148 19 34 .2 m Uassey, Onutha 149 693 17 215 12 32 .265 Corbett, Sioux City 64 197 2 52 79 7 2 . 264 Meyers. Dn.-P.-S.C. K 304 28 80 100 S 3 ,2a Tonnemnn. Pueblo. 43 154 13 40 61 0 6 .259 hlulr lin.Mn 111 AUO tK 1 0R 1 t.l 1 V O " ,'1 Shlpke, Des Molneslo3 Si3 50 102 131 21 35 .2.-9 Minor, Ptleblo 46 139 18 36 51 1 t .259 Newton. Ploux C..126 4S2 57 126 146 16 10 . 259 J. Smith. Denver... 63 271 41 57 70 6 10 . 258 McHnle, Denver... 146 695 107 154 196 12 38 . 258 Sessions, Des M.... 11 39 S 10 15 1 1 .256 Henley, Pueblo 14 51 7 18 17 0 0 255 Frost, Ploux City.. 98.353 44 90 106 12 6 . 265 Howard. Omaha... 120 40 74 123 156 8 16 . 254 Schrant. Den.-P 25 71 12 18 25 2 3 .253 Morrison, P.-Om. . . 36 115 in 28 31 0 0.252 Reddick. Denver. .122 441 64 111 142 10 13 .251 Morgan. Den.-P.... 40 118 12 29 33 3 0 .250 Welgardt. Denver.. 7! 237 2 59 68 8 4 .249 Runkle, Omnha 102 S5S 36 88 106 11 10 . 24S Tate, Sioux City... 49 134 22 48 66 9 4.247 Vigil. Pueblo 17 65 3 16 18 0 2 . 248 Hess. Sioux Cltv... 78 261 32 64 77 5 8 .215 Belden. Denver 144 513 61 126 166 22 16 . 245 Donahue. Ienver... 72 221 29 62 71 8 6 . 215 Rennlcker, Pueblo. 66 2T!3 31 57 66 4 1 .244 Oagr.le.r, Lincoln... 72 22 2.1 61 70 15 14.212 tiarion, LJncoln 113 389 39 94 110 25 19 .247 Zlnran, Lincoln. .. .128 436 .M J''5 121 10 4 .240 T. Smith, Denver...!: 634 7 126 143 16 10 .236 'iiinie, iifiivrr 1 n't i l j:i z V .ZJ Morse, Lincoln 10 SO , 8 7 10 1 1 .233 HHke, rueblo W 113 17 24 18 2 2 . 213 Hill. Pueblo i 25 95 11 22 2S 7 3 .2.11 Hester, Ploux City 46 165 16 38 44 4 0 .? Kngle, renver. 62 188 14 43 45 8 2.229 Wright, Denver.... 47 140 17 32 50 3 2 . 228 Kroell. Denver 17 M S 15 2S 3 0 .227 Oondlng, Omaha. . .118 4H 49 93 122 13 13 .2'. McKay, D. M.-Un. 61 181 27 41 48 g .23(1 Newlln. Ploux City 19 -58 1 13 13 0 0 .224 Flilman, Lincoln... 65 2fl 46 63 69 1 14 . 216 Mowrey. Des M.... 14 56 I 12 12 0 5 .114 Iing. Omaha 69 253 16 54 60 It 5.213 Sanders. Omaha.... 37 119 11 26 28 8 0.210 Jackson. Sloiix Ct.i 41 122 8 26 34 0 .K04 O'leary. Des M... .110 363 71 74 86 20 SO .203 Mj'ler, Lincoln 51 168 11 32 36 4 ? .202 Dads. Ienver...l.. 18 65 14 '3 15 t 0 .200 Sten. Lincoln 3i IM 12 26 34 4 1 .201 Clcotte, Des M 44 113 12 22 23 8 I .195 Palee. Denver 60 150 21 30 44 1 ! .192 McNeeley, Omaht. 52 156 14 29 36 I 3 .14 Olllen, De- Mnlnea 50 W 12 30 41 S 4 .18 Pettlt. Bloux City., 20 . 68 7 12 14 0 S .178 lawler, Omnha 11 40 2 7 7 0 0 .175 Carter. Omaha 325 59 4 84 18 15 1M Stlmmell. Pueblo... 36 116 7 IS 21 S 0 .155 l)oage. omaha 40 119 11 18 23 5 0.151 Jone. Lincoln Hall Plnux Cltv... Kotikallk. Omaha.. Msnske. Des M.. . 38 111 8 16 18 t 1 .114 12 4" 4 7 0 1 .143 13 29 4 4 0 1 .137 39 99 9 12 14 4 4 .131 46 134 4 16 18 4 1 .119 11 23 0 2 00 .i7 22 62 6 4 4 0 0 06I Rogf rs, Om.-I.ln. . Biwver. 8. C.-Om. Zackert. Lincoln... AMATEIR ATHLETIC MEETISG Irish-American i'lob Wins Indoor Contest. NEW YORK. Nov. 10.-Th national Indoor track and field championships of the Amateur Athletic I'nion of the United Slates, which began last night in Madison Square garden, were finished tonight. One of the feature of tonight's events was the defeat of Melvln W. fiheppard, the American crack half-mile runner, by E. H. Parsons of Vale, who Is the intercollegiate champion half-mile runner. Harry L. Hlllman -if the New Tork Ath- lof the American athletes to Athens last i Anrll urnriKed the crowd bv malfl.'.. a I new wnrtrl'a reenril in the ArfUvarri l...rHl event. Results: One hundred and fifty-yard run: L. Robertson. Irish-American Athletic club, won; W. W. T. Colohan, New York Athletic club, second. Time: 0:liiV Putting twenty-four-pound shot: M. J. Sheridan. Irish-American Athletic club, won, distance. S3 feet 1 Inch; James 8. Mitchell, New York Athletic club, second. Bunding high Jump: Ray C. Kwry, New York Athletic club, won. height, 6 feet 2 Inches; I. F. Weber. New York Athletic club, second, I feet. Six hundred-yard run: E. H. Parsons, New York Athletic club, won; C. Bacon. Irish-American Athletic club, second. Tlne: 1:14. Three standing Jumps: M. J. Sheridan. Irish-American Athletic club. won. distance, 32 feet 7i inches; Ray C. B:wry. New York Athletic club, second distance, 32 feet t Inchea. Sixty-yard daih: C. J. Seltx. New York Athletic club, won: J. F. O'Connell. New York Athletic club, second. Time: 0:t. Three-hundred-yard hurdle: Harry L. Hlllman, New York Athletic club, won; .1. J. Filer, Irish-AmericHn Athletic club, second. Time: 0:3V Hlllman's time is a new record. Pole vault for height: A. C. Qllbert, Yale university, won, distance, 10 feet 9 inches; ?,bJ.ed,d.'t 'r':h-,i,7::,Pan Five-mile run: G. V. Bonhag. Irish-American Athletic club, won; W. Nelson Pastime Athletic club, second. Time 26:1h! Point score won bv ilie Irish-America n Athletic Hub with 87 points. New York Athletic club second. with 72 points. Annnal Amatenr Shoot, Shooters from all over the state will be In Omaha Tuesday for the annual amateur fall shoot of the Omaha Gun club. The -ft? I professionals were si ia Joseph last week .lraVlowei toom .19 the amateurs. The Interstate association . 9M rules will govern except that when a , rnur 1110110. o. ,n. ii, n u in vrr .942 In the twenty targt events there will .926 .five moneys. 3D. '5. 20 15 and 10 t.er .9 3 are barred. Marshall 8har? of the U. M .921 i'. Co. will act as cashier. Three buudr."! 911 dollars has been added ln rash Io the purses. Basket Ball a !., . LYONS. Neb . Nov. 10 (Special -The Lyons li-u-ket Ral club was ug-iln organ-Ixed this week and practice was commenced I one- In oroT that a t-im "ila-t 1 hlnped leto condition for the arly season (Ames le i.feers elected ne'e as f. J-Inws: Ir- H. Hull nnnf: K.dn-ln RuQ-bius. captiiln. and Raymopd Hlldreih. treasurer llefcaders Benl Crrlablona. The lefiider Iwat the third Creighton lev en yesterday by the score of II to C. The tiefeniiers are now itching for kingdoms to conquer among -ihe US-pound monarch. Address lh defl o It Clark, 2710 Howard street, phone Harney-3391. ; livsl Cadets Pt tlaa AVNAPOI.18. Vd.. Nov 10. The Ntvel CJi'erriT football tearr, this sfternoon de- letted Pws.rthr.iore eolle eleven, i to 4, In a hotly contested game. K6 .9 .2 scored. The shooting will commence each " T!, n lnrC"" lne 'r U-j VeVil o " thr PWV Player, who VeVe g'ne Iiliftfii i a u-. j... .. a i .1.. i.... . i i ji ntber hand. Brome had moil of this r..rk 1 " T . .r . ' . . .... ' Burr l " " 1 IO t I t .1 nr. T tlirvei IA ailOf lh. mill t Will t, ' . . I I . u, n mA..lra vn rntll 1.. A 1 - ...bv ... w in . .. .i'.., on. ii.. i uinnrr , - - unsois io piay l n HIP IIIIH KdlTl, Will no . (J ir 4 71 .947 i will be served on the grounds The . to do himself, although Hronek was In- In the line-up today. Cornwell and Hunter. . , uri Roil o"" ! f3. grounds will be op. n for practice Monday. struot(a to play, back o help him. he waa halfbacks, and Goddard. quarterback. The 1 ir," " T""'h T II.'t'!,' 1 '. ir" 'v'n' ':' illh.Mom hack in' lime. Brome w. . ",,! I Superior. Will line uo a- follows: Gal- a,L R.K.il. E" CREATSHOW FOR t KKli.il ION LertlUii7er.it- Qi-si Corihoikan Hard Tunis at Vinton Fart SCORE SEVENTEEN TO NOTHING FOR STATE Omaha Tram Play rbraVa to gtaailstlll In th First Half (ood Craw gees the norl. Omaha had a real touch of iinive-?iily life at the Vinton street prk Paturdar afte-- noon, when Crclghton held -.the vaunted Cornhuskers to a score of 17 to 0. to the surprlxe of all. Last year the score waa 103 to 0. In the second halt Crelghton plavcd Nebraska to a standstill, but one touchdown being made, and that by a sort of a fluke. For the rest of the time of the second half the ball wns generally In the air near the middle of the field, and when, time was called It was on the Nebraska five-yard line. The scene at the Vinton street park wi one long to be remembered by the S.OOO or 6,000 people present. Two student bend led the rooter of the two universities and colors were galore. Crimson snd white and blue and white were everywhere and every body seemed to he rooting for one side or the other. A green ribbon was pinned on those who claimed to be eptltled to starid along the side lines, and these ribbons were cut in two and three and four until the side line crowd amounted to nearly 100 people. Theae formed an obstruction to the spectators who had paid their money to see the gama. The west bleachers were packed with a mass of howling and tooting humanity. The grandstand was well filled and the east aide of the field was lined with rooters three and four deep, and back of theee were autos, sight-seeing cara, band wagons, tally-hos and all sorts of vehicles, Crelahtoa Crowd Is Lara. The Creighton medics and Crelghton dents were out In force and inarched around the field behind banners declaring who they were, and these furnished amusement for the crowd and subjecta for the camera men until play was called. During the Intermission the gridiron was oon flllcd with students of both universities, who. - .. . . I . . , , . ! ..... , , . ... .... The cadet band from the University of Nebraska led a crowd of several hundred around tha field aeveral times. After five minutes of play Cooke, Nebraska's speedy quarter, made a seventy-yard spurt for a touchdown, amidst the wildest kind of cheering from tha Nebraska rooters, who had come to Omaha Saturday morning (CO strong. A fumbled punt enabled Craig to score the second touchdown In the first half for the Cornhuskers, a two-yard plunge through the center being all that was required after Cooke had fallen on the ball following the fumble. Matters, left tackle for the Cornhuskers, scored the third touchdown In the middle of the second half, when Brome tried to kick into safe- ground from the south line, and the ball was secured by Matters, who, crossed the line . so far to the eaat that a punt out had to be fried, but It failed, leavtnc the score 17 to 0. Crelahtoa'e Only Chaaee. Crelghton had the ball near enough to the Cornhusker goal on two occasions to try for a goal from the field, but failed on both attempts and except these two times the Cornhuskers' goal was never In dagger. Nebraska made a fourth touchdown In the second half, when Chaloupka captured the ball on a punt and made, a phen.orr.enal Hfty-yard run with good Interference and placed the ball behind Crelghton s goal Ljhivwaa not allowed, aa the umpire rule.! there -wss holding In the line and called the player back to the point from which the ball was kicked. Creighton won the toss and Brome chose the north goal, with a strong wind at Ms back to help his kicking game, and this side also had the slight advantage of downhill. After an Interchange of klcka Crelghton held Nebraska on downs end the hopea of the rooters were rals. for here waa the tram which had made auch a showing against Minnesota, the team which yesterday defeated Chicago, being unable to gain the required distance on the first try. The ball was kicked back and forth for Ave minutes, each aide trying for an end run, until finally, after five minutes of play, Cooke, behind perfect Interference and by superb dodging, succeeded In getting away from the field for a sixty-yard run and a touchdown, from which he kicked a goal. Score, to 0. ( Hronek Sanplnata Maglrl. , Maglrl was forced to leave the game and Hronek took his place. On the klckoff Taylor, the colored Cornhusker giant, fumbled the ball and Brome fell on It. Nebraska was penalised for off-side play and afler two attempts and no gain Crelghton tried for a drop kick and failed, the ball hitting the line of scrimmage. Crelghton lost the ball on downs and Nebraska waa penalized for holding after a fifteen-yard gain. After several exchangee of punts Nebraska tried some trick plays which foosled arid Johnson was forced to kick. Cooke fell on the ball on the four-yard line and one plunge put It over and goal was kicked. 8core, 12 to 0. Crelghton had the wind on the next kirk- off and after a few interchange of puuis and a few penalties had been Imposed upon Nebraska. Brome held the ball for a place kick by Ellsworth, but the ball went for a touchback. Nebraska was penalised aa many as twenty time, while Crelghton as set back half a dozen times. The Cornhuskers did not seer a to relish the fact of the lighter Crelghton team holding them so well and keeping them from scoring when they had expected to run up auch a large score. The players were furious and ! resorted to holding and the use of hands !wh!ch are more strictly prohibited under ,h. new rules. For this they were pen!- I aed time and again. The -ecotid half ended illth the ball near the mlrtdla of the field the middle tl the neia. ( Second Half a Kick feat. Til second half wss largely a kicking . i.v, ,,-, r, " . , , , 8 game and. although Brome got his k cka ! off ,ne D', the Cornhuskers handled the punta ln better form. Drain took the place of Cooke aa leader of the Cornhuskers ln ond half and he and Johnaon. tha I veteran colored end. and Little played back to receive .the whlrltna- mints whirh Hrnm. be ' the hero of the game ond to his headwork mni kicking Is In a large measure due the small score agalnet Crelghton. Nebraska had no Individual stars In tha game, with the exception of Cooke ln the Aral half and Jnhnaiit arhrt a.. a nli. who was auite busy Atthoinh rtroma k. , 1..1 .w. ...j " aum agalnst hlgi at the beginning of the sec ond half, he was not afraid to boot the ball and kicked It at every opportunity. The game was more open In the second half, ss there was more kicking and Nebraska waa trying all aorta ef schemea to get a man loose that a touchdown might be secured. In the opinion of many along the sldeiln s Crelghton played Nebraska to a standstill in this half. The only score made waa on a kick Brtme was forced to make while close to the grandstand at the south end. The ball did not get awav well and Matters cabbaged It and crossed th coxeted line. Outside of this , Nebraska had HtUe advantsge and was at I s r, what to do I ..... ,,u ... i ' c,lle,J 'tn th t11 ' 'N' Ir.i-ka s pr.selon on Its own Ilvc-vanl 1 line. Jornlson hail tiled to punt ami Mr-, Cm nilik broke Ihrouph nnd bkxke.l tlc jklik, the ball rolling to the five-yard line,! whre a t ornnu'Rer leu 011 11. treignwn j was unable to gain the required ten yards In i'thc game and Nebraska was held for I downs but once, although forced to kick I on numerous occasions necause no guln ' could be made. The offensive work of ' Crelghton was fine, but the line did not j seem to be able to hold the heavier line I of the l,lncoln boys until the backs could get away with the ball. Nebraska plays Kansas at Lincoln next I Saturday. j The lineup: i NEBRASKA. I. CREIGHTON. ! Johnson L.F.IRK Sncha 1 Matters ..L.T1RT Jones j Chaloupka L.G IR.O Plnednri Harvey C IC McCormlck 1 Taylor RO.'Lfl Wngner I Rice. Johnson... R.T. ' L.T Morganlh.iler ! M:ison R.K. L E Mirrin 1 Cooke, Drain. ...q H.IQ II Brome Weller L H j II H Stevens 1 Little R.H.I L H Avlenworih 1 Craig .... . . F. B.i F. B. .Maglrl. Hronek I Miller j Touchdowns: Cooke. Craig. Matters, j Gonls: Cooke, 2. Time of halves: :ni and ' 25 minutes. Referee: McDonald of Mlchl- 1 gn. I'mpire: Cspell of Council Blurts. 1 Head lli.esman: Murphy of South Omaha. ', Score: Nebraska, 17; Crelghton, 0. i YALE Wl "HSSATIOVIL. ft IMF. Team from IlroTTB c;Itcb the nines a Hard FIkM. NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nov. 10. Speed, staying and running power won oday at Yale field a victory for the Vale eleven over the Brown team In one of the hardest foot ball battles of the seanon. The final score was 6 to 0. Vale was unable to cross the Hrown line until the second half dnd Knox mifsed an easy goal. The vNitors played all around the Vale team for almost the whole of the half, sensatlonnl work marking the opening moments of the game. Brown started with a rush. Yale's defense was crushed, the line being unable to withstand the attack. Alcott and Forbes, the Yale ends, were boxed repeatedly and the Brown Interference swept past them for gain after gain. Brown gained on first downs twice nnd once rushed the ball to Yale's twenty-yard line, only to lose It on a fumble of a forward pass. In the second half Tale showed better form. Brown's offense was held In better check and the blues began to play more aggressive ball. A touchdown came In the first three mtnutei of play. lng runs by Jones and Knox placed the ball upon Brown's ten-yard line, Morse and Knox shortened tho distance on line plunges by six yards and Forbes was Jammed through Westervelt and Klrley for a touchdown. Knox failed to kick the goal. The lineup: YALE. 1 BROWN Forbes L.E.RE. Elrod Paige L.1.IU.T.... Brides L.G-1 R G. . .. Hockenberger C.IC Hazard , Aylor ... Conklln Westervelt Klrley Pryor . Schwarti Curtis , .. May hew , McDonald Erwin .R.O.IL.O. Blglow Alcott Jones Knox Veeder ...... Morse, Wernecken ....R.T.IL.T ....R.IO.IL E ....q.B IQ.B ... .L.H.I R H . . . . ....R.II IL H F.B ... .F.B.I FAST G.4MR AT RDRA9KA CITY floath Omaha Wins with a Score of Fight to I.oeal Team's Foar. NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Nov. 10. (Spe rial THegram )-The South Omaha' High school football team defeated the high ehrr1 team of this citv this afternoon bv the score of A to 4. The contest was the . - . . . . .. .i ..lin.Ht.H h.r. this nBin Knulh mn - in,.hrir,-,. bi,-ir and a safety; Nebraska City made her score on a drop kick by Ullmore, the Nebnska Citv .eaptnin. Conn, the Smith omaha cap'taln. made the touchdown and goal, and the safety was due to a tackle by Munaer after nn extremely long punt by Cohn. South Omnha wss only prevented from making two more touchdowns by the timekeeper s whistle at the end of each fnlily started. On the other hand, CM- half. When time was finally called the ' ca(ro-s nnc, though clearly outplayed by ball was In her .possession on Nebraska.. ... . . ., v., flrmlv ilv' flve-yard line. For tne visiting team Krug. Mctullough. Cohn, Munger, Klddoo and uram:icn a.a nouceaoie work The Nebraska . City backs and end' d serve mention, but team work was the strong point of the home team. Gllmore also played a magnificent game. The lineup: . - j ptpinhart .... N- O. H. 8. I - 3. O. H. 8. ,R.E IL.E. McCulloch . Dlckman Gibba ...R.T.IL.T.,.., ...R.O ll. G.... C.TC ...L.G.I R.O.... ...L.T.l R.T.... ...L E IR E.... ...Q B.lQ B.... ...RHJL.II.... Anderson .... Ballard Bone Gllmore (C.) Talt Hawley ..... Morse Gramlich Rock .., Klddoo .. Munger Birciav Cohn (C.) .' Steinberg Egsn .L.H I R H. . . , Kautx F.B.i F B. Krug i. ..JTir.. io.tfr Tof .ehr..u rif umpires. Austin of Nebraska City, Wheeler of South Omaha. Time of halves, minutes each. COB GIVES . IOWA BAD SCARE Final Score Shows Big; Team Only Three Points Ahead. IOWA CITY. la.. Nov. 10-(Special Tele- gram.) Iowa won from Coe college by the r' f,' VmiIL tThr ne". Iowa the greatest scare .of the entire sra- :C?t?m.teln eral substitutes Into tne game " ora"'a the team to play noh'" b.ut "'mP ' Tn w mi ?J?,,eh3oL in min rush, Kirk scoring a touchdown In two min- rotni.n;rfMo?row,,n As'Sr of cS to fcore two touchdowns mnklng the score 12 to 5 In favor of Coe. With ten minutes UcSowrwork'ed HUll ol.Vtor one touchdown. Kirk kicking goal, still leaving Coe In the lead one point. Iowa , 1 , AI . .i- . r,a .r.a .1,. v,Jii on Coe's thirty-yard line. With one minute naiea nil t"'.- " left to play Kent aroppea tne nail D"twen Coe's goal, scoring the winning points. With tha, esrentlon of Kirk and Kent the work j of the entire Iowa team was amateurish. A . heavy n-ld hindered the plays of both tm- ,Tl?A P' , Csrberry ...... .R.E.I L E COE. Astor Kelster i Ferrer R.T.IL.T i Elliott ...R.G.I L.G. Flnkham I MacFa.dden Pateman .. ! Thompson . j Abeo'""" Knowlton ....... .C. 'C. ... '!ckersoti . Swearlngen Hatche .... Ferguson ... Thompson Whaley ... Townsend Morrow ..UO RG., L.T. R.T.. L.E R E. ...O.RiQB.... .. .R.H IL.H. . .. ...L If.. P. H ... ....FBIF.B.... ! Kirk MICH Hi AX CAPTAIN OUT OF GAME Joe" Cartla Has Left Lear Broken In . Practice Play. ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Nov. 10 Csntaln "Joe" Curtis of the University of Michigan football team had his left leg broken thla afternoon during the second half of ntnmlelf Ineirges a nd sc?, Curtis, who had got played in the first half because of a weak ankle, was nm- "' the ball when he was tackled by Ed Langley.of the scrub team. The i tackle waa low, and as he fell his leg waa I heard to snap. He will be In the hospital for severa weeks, and his absence n the imrmr,-t m. with Pennsylvania ne.t Saturday will greatly reduce Mlehlgun's J chances of victory. "leta Bad Sanerlor. This afternoon, at Diets park. the Superiors will again meet the Diet, foot ball tesm. The first contest, which was I llsnen-l locnrv. leil rnu, miurr, iru im-nir m. t.e .,,.r.i- n u. .,,. roach; Knapp. right gurd: Reeble, right tackle; W. Ilaeiikten. rirni emi; wnit tackle; w lialisien. rirni enu; wnu - i . ........ I...L- l.f. K.lf. VrsVv4 rleht half: ' Rochford. full back! T I T The Diets line-up Is not yet decided upon. Tbn following players win report at is : a. m. c-unaay, iu asii. i.nnr, mirr t a. m, 1, 1 h ih. taunt will oe blCKea: OoOdarO. Cornwell. Hunter. Wahl. Tracy. Snow Tompsett. CJulgley. Watts. Mlllik'tn. Har. lis. Goodrich. Ferguson, Morlarity, Spell-man. Duran. Howard, Squires. Knight, Sline and Baum. Fatality at lireat Fells, Moat GREAT FALLS. Mont.. Nov. 10. In a foot ball game at Fort Phaw this after-noon, between Great Falls and the Fort fchaw Indian team. James Curtis, full i back for the Great Falls team, waa killed j i,oiit death. Curtis waa 25 years In a scrimmage, iniernsi injuries oring old and a native of Pyni use. N. Y., a lu re his parents live. llsslaa fAIn al Basket Ball BT ANTON. Neb.. Nov. 10. Special g'atu I The high school bai-ket ball team of this city defeated Wiener High scl.oil bv a soar es? f io 11 in a rapid and xui'ing j""ifT layed here today. MILTQtJ r T-V j.aWUl elp.:-J- wvV t. 4. i"i-i . r -t Radiant Home Cascburners The reason these wonderful heaters are bo celebrated Is because they are built for use nnd economy and not for looks and show. They have the largest heating capacity and most radiating surface of any La base burner, and perfect regula perfect regula- $29 tion mnkefa them most economical up from only , Stoves and Ranges Sold on Payments axWatfalbi rAl.nmr nrrr IT 111 linnVC1 GOPHERS DEFEAT MAROON , Etj Misaeiota Eletea Teo Much for ChictrVi Epeedj Itcifitld. TACKLE BY ECKCRSALL SAVES TOUCHDIWN Ffforts of Home Team to Advance Ball by Old-Fashlnned Ploys Fre-qoently Results In Loss Final ' Mrore Four to Two. CHICAGO, Nov: 10. Minnesota's foot bull i eleven defeated the University of Chicago . eleven on Marshall field this afternoon by I a f"('6rc of 10 2' "nn.Ilcapped by a so8B.v field nnd a slippery ball, the result of a 1 ,i.,..iini, in ihsi f.ll thrninrhniit the game. Chicago's speedy back field was sel- idom able to ttfl the ball within Mlnnc- ota-s danger aone. Minnesota's line stood , .im -P. attacks In fact Ohieaiio's " d W . ...... . attempts to gain by old-fashioned root I ball frequently resulted In a loes. as Mar- .i.u c,.a t.., i, .,. i i. ih. , ' i ' ' ., L ' ' .. P'' ann oroKe mem up twn.ro uu-y w. re i ' ! enough on -defense to protect Eckersall during all his punting, not a kick being blocked. Minnesota's four points followed a twenty-six-yard run by Robertson, who got through Chicago's right tackle nnd end and only a pretty- tackle by Eckersall i . . v,., ij,.. h. .r,..ri,t , ,, . ..ii. j ii i the ball to Chicago s thlrty.yard line and nrKer;a moment later Marsnan booiea tne Dan between the goal posta from placement on the forty-yard line. Once before thut nnd once after Marshnll tried to rcore by a place kick, but fulled. Chicago's Two Points. Chicago's two points came as the-' result , of a safety touchdown made by Quarter- i ' ..,.; - . ,. ... ixi. iv i-".. "i ......... .uvc ... ... o. v.- ond half. Getting one of Bckersnll's long nunts oh his own two-yard line. Instead of trying to advance the ball, stepped back of his own goal and touched the ban down. During most of the game Eckersall and! j Lrkin were engaged In a punting duel., 'ECke"a11 ""ih"y ,ldvaT,,aK,' ln ; thlgi but Minnesota's speedy ends seldom toP the return of hfi bal1 fo- ' -.., distance . tnJti rn1""";1 distance. I MlnneBO,a hpav'r m" P1"- ul,wl " oftMl as they dared, gradually wore down he lighter Chicago forwards, and In lh. ! latter part of the second half Minnesota dearly outplayed Chicago. Chicago tried desperately ,o score a touchdown, but trick ; Plays went wrong through the plunging , work of the Minnesota ends and bucks: punt. , . - m .. . -,,.. " The lineup follows. MINNESOTA. ! CHICAGO. Mnrxhall R E.I L E. Walker Chss Smith .... Bsndelln Vita Ittner ... Snyder .. ..H.T.l L T.. ..R.O.IL.O.. C.IC ..L.G 1 R G.. ..L.T.IR.T.. ..L E I R E.. ..Q.B i Q. B. . . .R. H.l L H. . ..L.H I R II.. ..K.B.t F.B. . I Ivirkln Robertson .. Phucknecht Current Touchdown Jd.lln V " S.,,pfr''" . Unwr Forbes. Referee: ui. v an win anis or i ennsjlUma. i mpire: tioM- v.. . ...... .. j . w. ...... t-. v.-m. HARVARD DEFEATS lDIA.NS Aborigines from Carlisle filve the Crimsons a Lively Tussle. CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Nov. 10. Harvard defeated the Carlisle Indians toda In a lively game on Soldiers' field by a score of b to u. The touchdown came through a fine forty-seven-yard run by Wendell in the first five minutes of the second halt. The Harvard back went through the Carlisle center on a d'luyed puss mid from his own forty-rlVe-yard line planted tha ball on Carlisle's eighieen-ysrd line. From that point clx Harvard rushes carried the ball across the line. Wenrtell bavlng the honor. Burr failed to kick an easy goal. Although they outklcked llirvard, the Indians pl'iycd a disappointing game. What few tricks they attempted failed to result In any material gains and only once In the entire contest am iney gum a nrsi flown, ... . . . ., . I . i . , . ri... rlu .ll,,u.l ii..r..ATA s lntrfere.ic Mnmm: i HARVARD. I INDIANS. M,.T,Hn,ld I ... T r.' Tf V. (.-vanriina ivciinsiu V ,' . : lu do airoque. Dubois Hunt .... Dillon Waseuka ... Gardner ... Libbey ...... ....Q B iQ B. . . . ruewiiuii Foster, Lincoln .1.11. RH Hendricka Rll 1,11 Mt. Pleasant ..F B. F B Porter i. - fc i lswoou : wnd'.". ' Touchdown: Wendell, iteferre: J. Pen- dleion. Boedoin. Umpires: E. K. Hail, Dartmouth; M. J. Thompson. Uemgetow n. Time: 30 and 26-ni!nuie halves. White Out of lie tiame. IOWA CITr, la.. Nov. H.-.ibieclal,l- Cresco White, one of the Btrongesi nnd m ist c iijli leiu cd players on the (ox. a umvtrMty team will hot be permitted to play in a iiil game lhl4 soason. This deration was reached by tho alhlelic ttUlliorilies of the university when it .us found nut tbut he would lie unable to return fir the Coe eol- lctte game last at-i-k. Only two gam-s now ! r.-malo to tie played vn the luwa university - schedule, one l against me aiumiu or ine university and t lie other against Ames. In case While played In either one of ihem one year would be taken off of his playing time ard the authorltls lalleve thnt they ran use him to better advantage next Ste ele- i ion. In keeping White oui of ihe gams the : t.aiches are believed to le una ) wrnkeu- lis- the Iowa team. The makeup of the alumni team, which will iUv the regulars on next balurduy, all! be ann.. uiucd some ROGERS Hi SOUS CO. 14TH AND FAR NAM STREETS. Original Cole's Hot Blast Holds fire 14 hours with a hod full of coal. The large number of attempted imitations of this stove Is the strongest testimonial of its Imonlal of Its .$1.0 marv?lous success. V.'e sell the genuine, up from . , fire Place Spark Guards, 1.25 time In the middle of the wek. Frnm now - hr, 7-hes ..?r,e .,. ?t nuat game to he played with Antes college on Iowa field, which this year, as for sev- eral vcars past, will decide the champion- ship of the state. Enormous crowds are expected to attend the contest. ARMY TEAM KAILS TO SCORK Princeton Tigers Defeat West Point Cadets Klght to Kothlax. WEST POINT. N. T.. Nov. 10. Princeton defeated the West Point cadets on the foot ball held here todny bv a score of S to 0. The visitors scored twice in the first half through the splendid kicking of Harlitn. His scoring of a goal from n drop kick wus the feoture of the gntne and his goal from placement was as straight as the Might of an arrow. After the first half the Prlneetonlnns did not appear to exert themselves and gave the Impression of helntr -Jatlflilwi to win wtt hrinf inklnr ntinpfMK-irv chancf-fi of inVirlng their players before the big gamn with Vale next Saturday Peveml times during the second half It IoiiiI M If th.- rAllovlin .niilii hnve ent fhe bnll over the . touchdowns had the score made It nfrctrari' to du so. The second half was full of exciting plays r.nd several changes were made in the "neup on loth sides, owing to Injuries, but the only one budly hurt was THIlon, who. It was said at the end of the game, was not seriously Injured. The lineup' ' WEST POINT. . PRINCETON. HaI),on ..L.F. L.E.. ..:.. WWtor ; Weeks ' Erwin Pultan L.T. LT Phillips .....L.O. L.G.. H Dillon C. C Herring R O. i R O Btannaril R.T R.T , Conner R.F. 'R.K..S Hnnglnnd .....Q.R. j Q.R E. Dillon LH.tL.H... Harlan R H. 11.11... Rulon-Mlller F.R.'K.R McCormlck Christy j, , Hen Stearns . . w0(hnMOfn : Hi)"".,"'., Smith - J... Goals from field: By Harlan. 2. Referee: Minds of the 1'nlversltv of Pennsylvania. I niplres: Mr. Morlce of the I n verwty of 'hIvl,-nl. nrt v, Rhinehrd of lj fayelte. Time of halves: Twenty-five and twenty minutes Indiana Wins from Notre Dame. I INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. 10. Indiana ! university showed Its superiority over j Notre Pame here today In the annual ! rootball same, winning tha chamnionHhio of the state from Notre Pame by the score of 12 to 0. Borne fast work was Indulged In by both teams during the first half, but -, k.- - a-. , . ui- , I.HI.r. hy steady work and hard playing succeeded In ' msklng 12 points in the final half. -VVaugtva work for Indiana was one of the criK) and cool nnd a' rrowd ,,,timied at over 12,000 witnessed the contest. t'RRANA 111 Nov 10 -The University ofwfsin todaySefeed th'e niveau v of Ullno's. 16 to 6. Wisconsin scored the ,"KMn following a fumble of a punt. Wisconsin made a place kick from he eighteen-yard line. Moynahan kicked off to the thirty-yard line and W'sconsln fumbled the ball and Gardiner got If. vc.forMmUPK KM VKt ift touchdown on straight foot hiUl five mlntitee before time waa called, , , u pfi,,i, e., mm .nwomi vr ball teams fought each other to a stand- .till hl flni.ir.n nllhr .Ma h.a nl.l. ' to score. Pennsylvania, however, came to seortn. and once had (he : bnll on Ijifayette's one-yurd line, where the Eastonlans made a great stand anc . Russell threw the Pennsylvania attack back. La-...... Noil fayette never had the hell nearer the Penn Anderson sylvanla goal than the thirty-five-yard line. ... Keily .... Parry; Lynns Scores from Bancroft. V",1. ' LYONS. Neb., Nov. 10 (Special Tele-Eckersall jrrain.i In a game of foot ball here tix!a lh. I.vnm Itiorh rhlw.l uvnn taam At feuted the Bancroft Hlcrh s.-hnol seconi team, 11 to . The features of the g.imi were the blah class nlavlnir of the l.von tMun Rn(1 ,he lnnlvdual work of Phlllipe ln(j uppnow oi Lyons. I Uuarterhnek Crushed In Mas Play. I MENOMINEE, Wis.. Nov. 10. In a foot 1 ball game here between the Stout Manual and high schools today, Art bus Os"n of Oconomowoc, quarter back for the Manuels, was crushed in a mass play and sustuln"d a serious. If not fatal concussion of the brain. Riot Slops Virginia G NORFOLK. Va.. Nov. 10 The Pucknell. (Va.) Polytechnic Institute football gam here today broke up In a r'ni The polic-were forced to draw their revolvers If save Referee Suter frnm a crowd of Vir glnla Polytechnic Institute students am friends. Missouri tlulplaya Arkansas. COLUMBIA. Mo . Nov. 10-Wlth the ex ceptlon of frequent fumbling. ( Mbsourl out played Arkansas today, winning by 11 t. 0. The scoring was done in the seonni' half, Tillina,n carrying the ball over fo: both touchdowns. Want Another Chaaee. Fort Crook foot ball men would like to have another crack at the Shamrocks, the soldiers, believing the recent mixup dn' not fully bring to the surface all then skill and powera asartlsta of the grid. Drake and MornluaTslde Tie. SIOUX C1TT, la.. Nov. 10.-(Rpeclal Telegram.) Drake university and Mornlnsrsld college tied, 8 to 8. In an exciting gaint here today. All the point were mane on field goai. Dea Moines West High Wins. ROCK ISLAND, 111.. Nov. 10-(8pecla! Teh gram. I--Des Moines West High schno here today defeated the Rook Island High School, 46 to 0. Scores of Other Games. At South Bethlehem Lehigh. 27: N' York unlvriiy. 11. Al Princeton Yale freshmen, 14; Pnnco-ton freshmeu, 0. At Craa fordsville Wabash, ii; Kai i-ham college, 0. At New Orleans Puuanea, SO; i ulane. 0 At Washington Georgetown university, 0; University of Virginia. 12. At Topeka Washhuin. 0; Kansas university, 0. At Iienver School of Mines. 11: Im-nvcr university. 0 At Pt Louis Washington university. 12; Central college. 4 At Columbia. Mo Missouri uMvorsity, 11. Ackausaa ui'nnin, 0. At Berkeley Stanford, Ij; California, 3. 111 J I r Hsu... ' 1 Quick Meal Steel. Range ; Our range Bale is boomlnr, The low prices we have placed on these high grade ranRes make rnre bargains for the wise . buywr.' No ' putty or stove bolts ' UBe,dr.lfi the't Quick Meal- all steel construction that's why they remain airtight; with high warming closet mxi STEEL RANGE. 6 Boles andClgh- Closet, $25 V 0; State ARrlrultural roUrj?e, 0, i-tmo -rslty. At Wllllamstown Williams. 18: Wes- leyan. 11. . At Hanover Hartmouth. 4; Amherst, 0. At Andovcr Andover, 6; Exeter, 0. At Medtord Tufts, 1!S; MaaHai'husc.tl I AKrivniuiini, v. At Delaware Case School of Science, 6; Ohio Wesleyan, 0. At Woostcr Wooster, 13; Oberiin. 0. At Cincinnati Wittenberg, 12; Univer sity of Cincinnati, 0. At Ftttsbui' Western University oi Pennsylvania, 17; West Virginia univer sity, 0. At Ithaca Cornell, le; noiy tross, e WITH Til 10 HOWI.UltS. The bowline on the Metronolitan alleys bv the Commercial league teams Is still Improving and scores are increasing- encli wei'a nn no? .-un ii..hiT". . Falstaffs still retain nil high honors, the Gold Tops are second, followed closely ny thu Colls, and Omaha Bicycle company. Captain Waleni has Instructed his men to drink a few more bottles of Life-Malt, so look out for the Life-Malts In tho future. O'Briens arc making a hard tight to get out of the bottom hole. Hua-diiy afternoon at S p. m. Hartley and Anderson against Huntington and Hlakeny: Sunday evening, Keyts Metropolitans against Krug Parks. Tho following table shows the standing of teams in the Commercial league: Total Played. W. L. Av. Pins. Palstafrs 21 19 2 .9"5 18.527 Gold Tops 1" Carman's Colts 18 Omaha Blcyclo Co 21 Life Malts 21 El Caudlllos 21 Black's Kats 21 Dally News 21 Armours 21 D. J. O'Briens 21 13 5 .722 14,310 12 6 .RiW 14,5) 12 9 .671 16,775 11 10 .5i4 17.524 10 11 .476 16.36D 9 12 .423 16.IH.2 6 15 .276 1.2S. 6 15 . 278 1 5.595 4 17 .190 15.5M) Schedule this week: Monday. O'Brien's Mnnte Chrlstos against Daily News; Tues-dav. Armours agHlnut Life Malts; Wednes-dav, El Caudlllos against Black's Kats; Thursday, FalstafTs against Carman's Colts: Friday, Omaha Bicycle Company against Gold Tops. INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES. Games. Av.l Games. Av. Pudley 3 3 195 Foley .. .15 .15 C. Primeau. Berger Lavlgne ... Keyt Jay Judy Klnnrk I.ehmarin .. Walenx lxiillamblet lSTi' Kaufman ... 179' Patterson ... 1771 Undrooth .. liiiGrotte 171! Nelson 175IWclmcr 174tHolomon l"2iParmalec .. . 172Paxton 1721 Barker 17l!Utt 170 Mclaean .... 17 Itaehr 169 Fngerberg .. ir'.ii(irltlllh KS'Stlne l7'Cronks lH7i White HWiHuff lK5P..ird HUiCamp 1611 McKelvey .. 163 Grimn -16.' Mathes i2l Da via 162 Ray 1GI Manning 16o lllgglns ln Bauman .... 159! Kohansky .. 1591 ir,9 li9 158 157 li 155 155 If 4 153 153 153 152 la2 151 loo InO 150 150 149 145 144 144 144 14.1 143 W 141 . 128 I'M i:is .14 ..IS ..21 ..21 ..21 ..15 ..21 ,..21 ..21 ... ...21 ...21 ...15 ...15 ... 9 ... ...15 ... 9 ... ... ... 3 ...15 ...21 ...21 ...21 ... 9 ...16 ...15 ...12 ...12 ... 5 ....15 ...15 ... t ...18 ... 9 ...15 ...15 ...18 ' Carman"."'."!'l8 Hull 18 I Beselln IK Stapenhorst I llinrlchs ... I Drlnkwater ..21 ...21 ...21 ...12 ...18 ...15 ...18 ...18 ... ...21 ...21 ...18 ... S ;..21 ...18 ...15 ...15 ... 6 ...12 ... Hnrlkoph .. Rice Button Ma honey .. Primeau ... Hunter Collins Caughlan .. Voss ........ Engler Polcar Moore McGee - Havens Seaman', i. . Clark Friable At the Association alleys last . night tue Onimods won two games from the Diuls Athletics. The first two mere fought down to the last man, each winning one by lti. than ten pins. The shoemen took the final game by a good margin. G. O. Francisco had the best total with 587 and Norene, the high single game with 216. Scores: ". ONIMODS. '"' 1st 2d., 3d. Tut nl. McCague 161' 192 20 1 , 544 Tracy 154 177 11 '" 512 MHglil 189 1." 188 i Si I I-'orscutt 17ft ' 115 173 493 Fram-isro 197 202 IS... 57 Totals 867 873 DIETZ ATHLETICS. 1st. 2d. Chatelaln IK! 211 Catherwood 163 176 Eidson 154 146 Norene 179 175 Sheldon 171 174 950 ;,;o 3d. Total. 127 531 174 111 216 20 5:3 411 570 645 2.ST70 Totals SCO KS2 S28 NEW BRANDS OF CIGARS RECEIVED EACH DAY We are getting in fresli Cigar Oar Kalna each day hut they (tre all old WLL KNOWN IIKAXDS lti-4-efore you take no chances. The vicinity of our cigar caa has certainly looked like a smokers' convention the last few days. Every man who bought a pocketful or boxful of cigars seemed to tell someone elan who. In turn came to avail themselves of our unreard of cigar bargains. This-Is not, we ci ensure the smokers of Omaha, n "Nine Days' Wonder" only but will be a permanent thing, or, at least, until conditions 111 the market are materially changed. Our brokers In New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Loul and Key West have been given explicit inst ruc tions to buy cigars for us In lots of from 10,000 to 25,000, provided always, that they be htund-ail. Well Known llraiiils, ii Prime Condition and at not over KO to til) per cent of their regular wholesale value. Come ln and see us, SI H. SMOKER, any day, from 7 a. in. sharp to 11:30 p. m. I Sherman & Mcuonnsll Crcg Co, . Cor. lata and Xod(, Oaaafcaa 1 ' r .a in i m $57

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