The Nebraska State Journal from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 2, 1921 · 5
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LATEST NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SPORT SPORTING SECTION: ' BASEBALL, TRAP, GUN AND ROD, NEWS FROM THE RINGSIDE t 11 LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921. ! i T I' i Two N ew York Teams of the Major lies Will Contest for World's Championship. YANKS WIN FIRST PENNAN1 SEEDED 0E GAME AD WOX TWO FROM ATHLKICS. Wttklxtoi, In Fight far Third Place, Win Both Emda ml Twlm Bill Prom Boatoa. . . (L, f. NEW YORK, Oct 1. New Tork won its first American league championship today, defeating the Philadelphia Athletics in a double header. 5 to 3 and T to . Tbs second fime went eleven Innings. It only necessary for New York to win one came to capture the pennant. Carl Mays won the first fame for New York. his twenty-seventh victory of the season. Mays, however, was hit hard at times. Philadelphia (retting; five hits In the fourth inning, including two triples and a double. Sulivan. a Three-Kye league graduate, pitched agaiust Mays and made a good showing. V ild throws behind him handicapped hii efforts. The second game was a burlesque, in which Huggins used all or his extra players. Ruth shifted from left field to first base to pitcher. Philadelphia tied the score by scoring six ruus un Kuth In the eighth inning, but New York won In the eleventh on Rogers' double and Mitchell's single. Kuth made only one single in the dnubloheador. Prank Uraham. of the New York Evening Sun, today was elected official world's series scorer for the Giants, and Weed Dickinson, of the New York Morning Telegraph, official scorer for the Yankees. Score first samsi Philadelphia ab r h o a Witt, rf 4 1 2 2 Dykes, 2b 4 114 3 0 Walker If 4 0 1 1 0 Perkins, c 0 0 4 0 1 Welch, cf 4 113 0 2 Gal low ay. 3b 4 0 3 9 3 alio way, as 3 u 2 X 1 9 Brasill, lb 3 0 2, I 0 e'u.iivaa. p 3 9 0 U 0 0 Total 33 3 19 24 IS 3 New York ab r h o a Miliar, cf 1 0 3 3 l 0 IVckinpaugh. as 3 0 0 2 6 0 Uuth. tf . .j . 4 0 0 2 10 MouA'l, rf .T. 4 a 0 0 0 0 Ptop. lb 4 1 ! II 0 0 Ward; b 4 0 0 2 4 0 M.jNaKey. 3b 2 1 0 0 S 0 .-fa-hang, c 3 2 1 2 1 0 Mays, p 2 1 2 0 2 0 Totals 39 8 27 18 0 Philadelphia 9 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 03 New lorK 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 S Two haM hits Dykes. Three base hit Witi. -Welch. Mll'er. Stolen bases Miller. s:hang. 11pp. Sacrifice Mays. Double lays Pipp (unassisted; Ward," Peckia-jauKh and Pipp; Calloway and Hrazill. Left n bases New York 6: Philadelphia 3. i lutes on balls Off Sullivan 4. Struck out By Mays I: Sullivan 4. Cmprles Dineen. Wilson and Tallin. Time l:Si. SECOND GAMS. Philadelphia ab r h o a e Witt, rf '. 4 1 1 2 1 Lvlo), !b'. S 1 2 4 3 0 :." Walker, If C 1 3 3 0 0 Perkins, u 5 1100 J. Walker, c 1 0 0 2 0 0 Welch, cf S 1 1 1 0 Galloway, 3b S 1 2 1 2 0 Calloway, as 5 0 1 2 1 1 liraiill. lb 3 0 0 S 0 0 llommel. p , i 0 1 9 1 0 Totals 4S 1332 8 1 New York ab r h o a e Miller, rf & 2 3 3 0 0 Roger, cf 1110 0 0 .Mitchell, as 6 0 2 1 3 0 Ruth. lf-lbrP 4 1 1 S 0 Koth, rf 4 0 0 1 0 1 Pipp, lb 1 0 0 3 0 0 Hawks. If 4 0 1 2 9 0 Ward. 3b- .-v.. 0 0 0 0 1 0 Veweater. 2u 4 1 2 2 4 0 McNally, 3b 10 0 0 0 Baker. 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 lVvormar, e 4 0 1 9 0 0 Hoyt. p 1110 10 MUinn. p 2 110 10 Hoffman, lb 1 0 0 7 0 0 Totals 42 1 13 33 13 1 Two out when winning run scored. Philadelphia 0 000000900 0 ( New York 0023100000 1 7 Two-base hit Gailoway. Fewster 2, Mitchell. Three base hit O. Walker. Home runs Welch. Miller. Stolen bases Ruth, . Walker. Iouble play tykes (unassisted). Braes on ball3 Off Rommel 3; off Kuth 3; off Quinn 1. Hits off Ruth S In 4: of? Quinn 1 In 3. Hit by Ruth Witt. Stru. k out By Hoyt 2; by Ruth 1: by Kommel 4: by Quinn 1. Passed ball Perkins. Winning pitcher Ruth. Umpires Wilson, Nallin and Moriarity. Time 1:45. Cleveland vs. Chicago CHICAGO, Oct. 1. Chicago came from behind today after Cleveland pounded out a four-run iead on Kisssel in the first Inning, and hitting L'hle to all corners of the lot. won 8 to S. Hodge, who replaced Russell, held the Indiana almost helpless. The locals bunched the r hits steadily on Phle. interjecting a number of blows for extra bases, and drove him off the mound in the eighth Inning. Score: Cleveland ab r li o a Jamieson. cf 5 0 1 2 2 0 Wambsjranss, b . - 4 - 1 1 1 3 0 Evans. If 4 2 2 10 0 Wood, rf ... -. 2 1 1 0 0 0 Smith, rf 10 110 0 Stephenson, lb 4 1 1 3 3 0 Sewell. ss 4 0 112 0 Burns, lb 1 0 0 5 0 0 Johnston, lb 3 0 1 & 1 0 Shlnault. c 3 0 0 4 1 9 Ihi p - 3 0 0 1 2 1 Mails. P 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gordon 10 8 0 0 0 Totals 35 9 24 14 1 Chicago ab r h o a e Johnson, ss S 0 2 3 S 9 Strunk. It 4 112 0 0 Brslchi 1 0 0 0 0 0 F-alk. If 0 0 0 1 0 0 Collins. Jb 4 0 1 2 8 0 Hooper, rf S 0 2 0 0 0 Sheely. tb 4 1 3 11 1 0 Mosul, cf 4 2 3 4 0 0 Yarvan. c 4 1 3 3 0 0 Mull Kan. 3b 4 1 4 0 4.0 Russell, p 0 0 0 9 0 0 Hodge. I 3 0 0 1 2 1 Totals 3 8 IT 27 19 2 Batted for Mails in Ninth. Batted for Strunk in ninth. Cleveland 4 9 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 S Chicago 02021003 2 Two-base hits Sheely. 8trunk, Collins. Mostil. Stolen base Hodge. Double plays Johnson to Collins to Sheely 3 : Stephenson to WimtuKimsa to Johnston. Left on tase4 Cleveland. ; Chicago. S. Bases on bill Off Russell 1. off Hodge. 2: off Uhle. 1 Hits Off Russell, 4 In I: off Hodge, I In 1: of; l'hle. 15 :n T: off Mala 2 In 1. Winning pitcher Hodge. Losing pitcher l'hle. Umpires Kvans and Owena. Time 1:34. Boston vs. Washington. BOSTON'. Oct. .1. W'ashlngtonCs desperate fight for third place was aided today by i two victories over Boston. 7 to 2, and f to 1. in the closing of the local big league season Zachary and Knrkson P'trhexl effectively and were given sensational support, by Kiev. Score first game: Washington p ab r h a o e Judge, lb .". i ' I 1 0 0 Harris. !b 5 9 1.4 7 9 Milan, If 4 0 3 0 9 )Uc. cf 4 1 1 S 9 1 Goslin. rf 4 1 1 1 9 9 Ph:nks. 3b 3 1 19 1 9 Gharnty. c 2 1 9 0 0 0 o Rouke, sa 4 2 I 3 t 3 fcachary. p 3'9 l 9 1 9 Totals 33 7 9 37 17 3 Boston ah r h a o I.bold. cf 4 9 2 3 9 0 Poster, 3b - . '4 1 1 9 3 0 Pratt. 2b 4 9 I 3 3 1 Mclnnla. lb 3 9 9 19 1 9 tllms, rf 4 9 1 2 9 9 Bush. If 4 1 1 9 9 Pt-:t. ss 4 9 9 1 2 9 Walters, c 4 9 19 9 9 Pennock. p .-i 3 0 9 2 9 9 Totals 34 3 27 15 1 Washington 93029191 9 7 poston i 1 1 9 9 0 9 3 Two-base hits Shanks. elbo!d. O'Rouke, Three-bsse hit ?.achary. , Stolen bases Rice. O'Rouke. Sacrifices GharHty. Mi'sa. tihartk. l'oulile plays 11 Innu to Pennock to Walters: O'Rouke to Jodie; Zachary to O'Rouke to Judgt-: O'Rouke to Harris to judSJ. 2. I .eft on bases Washington -6; Boston . Bases on bails Off Pennock 3. Hit by Zachery Mclnnis. Struck out By . i STAUDUfG OF THE CLUBS. National League. Won Lost Pet. New Tork 94 6$ .911 Pittsburgh , 89 93 .68 St. l.ouis S7 45 .572 Boston 79 74 .519 Brooklyn 76 75 .603 Cincinnati 70 81 .464 Chicago 62 89 .331 Philadelphia 61 103 .331 American League. New York 97 55 .938 Cleveland 94 69 .614 St. 1-ouis . , 80 73 .623 Washington 79 73 .530 Boston 75 78 .499 Detroit 71 81 .487 Chicaao 81 J3 .399 Philadelphia 53 99 .349 American Associatioa. I.culsvllle 7 69 .5J4 Minneapolis ............ 90 73 .5i2 K.lnnas City ............ 84 73 .635 Indianapolis 81 ss .488 Milwaukee 80 85 .485 Toledo SO 88 .482 St. Paul 79 89 .479 Columbus 66 85 .410 Pennock 3. Umpires Chill and Connolly. Time 1:25. SECOND GAME Washington Judge, lij Harris, 2b Milan, If Rice, cf Goslin, rf Shanks, 3b Gharrity, c O'Rouke, ss fclrickson, p ......... Totals .' Boston Leibold, cf Pirtenger, 3b Pratt, 2b Mclnnis, lb Vltt, lb Collins, rf J. Bush. If Scott, ss Walters, c Karr, p Tnormahlen, p ...... ab r h a o e 6 115 9 9 3 1110 9 5 1 2 6 0 0 5 1 3 4 0 0 5 1 2 2 0 0 5 0 3 2 0 0 4 9 19 10 4 0 113 9 3 110 2 0 39 C 15 27 8 9 ab r -h a o e 3 0 1 3 9 1 4 0 0 1 3 9 4 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 1 10 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 4 0 2 3 0 9 3 6 119 8 4 0 1 3 0 3 0 9 8 10 10 10 0 1 2 0 1 0 5 0 32 1 7 27 17 3 112 0 0 1 9 0 8 Washington '. fston o 0 0 1 0 0 0 9 0 1 Two-base hits Shanks. Harris, Gharrity, Karr. Collins. Three-base hits Goslin. Sacrifices Gharrity, .1. Bush. Double plays harrlty to Shanks; Mclnnis to Pitten-gcr; Thormaulen to Scott to Vitt. Left on oases Washington 10; Boston 6. Bases on balls Off Krickson 1; off Karr 3. Hlta Off Karr 10 in 3 1-3; off Thormahlen, 5 in 5 2-3. Struck out By Erickson 5; by Karr 2. Wild pitch Thormahlen. Losing pitcher Karr. Umpires Connolly and Chill. Time 1:49. St. Louis va Detroit. PETROIT, Mich.. Oct. 1. St. Louis defeated Detroit here, today, n to 6 in eleven Innings after tying the score in the ninth. Manager Cobb, wbo has been suspended because of his argument with Umpire Kvans In Washington a week ago, was out of the Detroit lineup. Score: ropes .STEP ON COYOTES TRAMPLE OX WES LEY AN TOES TO SCORE OF 65 TO O. University of Nebraska Llae Has , Holding; Power Fast and Husky Backs, h 1 2 3 4 1 15 3 1 2 5 4 2 2 i 62 11 18 33 19 3 ab r 4 1 1 0 Tobin. rf i KUerbe, 3b , 7 j Sisler. lb 7 1 Jacobson, cf 6 2 Severeid. r. R 9 Gerber, ss , a 1 Wetzel. If 4 2 McManus, 2b 5 1 llayne. p 1 0 Vaneilder. n A n Collins 0 0 Lee 9 6 Totals letroit Barnes, 2b Jones, 3b . . Veach. If . , Heilman, rf 6 Blue, lb 4 1 Shorten, cf i 1 Merrltt, as 6 1 Woodall, c ,4 1 Oldham, p g 0 Totals 42 9 9 33 18 1 Batted for Bayne In ninth. Han for Collins in ninth. St. Louis ...2091000030 511 Detroit 4 0 1 00 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 Two base hits Veach, McManus. Three base hits Merrltt, Woodall, Oldham, Eller-be, Severeid. Stolen bas Barnes. Double Play McManus to Gerber to Sisler. Left on bases St. louis J.1; Kertolt 11. Bases on balls Off Bayne 3: off Vangilder 3; off Oldham 6. Hits Off Vangilder 4 in 8; of! Bayne 5 in 3. Hit by Bayne (Barnes). Struck out By Bayno 1; by Vangilder 3; by Oldham 4. Winning pitcher Vangilder. Umpires Dineen and Hildebrasd. Time 2:24. 9 11 2 4 2 4 1 9 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Minneapolis vs. Toledo. TOLKPO, Oct. 1. Score, first game: Minneapolis 3 8 1 Toledo 1 7 3 Loudermilk and Crosby; Wright and Hammond. Score, second garnet Minneapolis 7 10 3 Toledo 19 13 2 James and Crosby; Ayers and Hammond. Kansas City vs. Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. 1. Scored Kansas City 3 9 1 Iniiianapolis ; 2 8 3 Carter and McCarty; Petty and Dixon. St. Paol vs. Colnmbns. COLtTiBUS. Oct. 1. Score: St. Paul , ...12 10 0 Columbus ft jj 4 Merritt. Hall. Sheehan and Allen; Martin. Haid and Hartley. Milwaukee vs. Louisville. LOUI8VILLK. Ky.. Oct. 1. Score: Mlkvaukf e g 14 2 Louisville t 1 13 3 Sehaack and. Sengstock; Cullop'klng and Meyer. MA3TV MATCHES PLAYED. First v.onnds in Antelope Tonrney Almost Complete. . Saturday almost completed the first round of play in the championship tournament. The re suns or tne different matches played: First flight: Joe Tucker beat W. R. McGeachin, 5 and 4; A. J. Smith beat J. L. Dessner, 1 up in twenty holes; L. A. Getai beat C. A. Reynolds 6 and 5; A. H. Robertson beat W. T. Bulkley 2 and 1: Roy E. Gilkeson beat R. R Scott 6 and 5; W. B. Sicker beat W. H. Gray 3 and 2; Guy Hunt beat Dr. F. L. Wilmath 2 and 1. Second flight: W. G. Powell beat Bob Hall 2 and 1; J. H. Johnson beat Fred "JValt 3 and 2; L. W. Chore beat W. P. Edwards 5 and 4. Third flight: Lloyd Elliott be.M Leo Holland 4 up; Mike Worral beat R. S. Weeks 3 and 2; H. T. Lettin beat T: A. Leadley 2 up; O. F. Wil-meth beat Chet Ager 2 up. AMSPOKER WINS FROM WA17GH. Finals In First Fllnrht of Y. M. C. a. Tonrney Played. Sam Amspcker won from Sam WariKh. 3 up and 2 to play, in the finals of the first flight in the city Y. M. C. A. coif tournament, played Saturday at the Antelope club course Amspoker played consistent golf all the way and turned in the lowest qualifying score in the first round of play, when he eliminated. Fred Walt In the semi-finals he forcedout A. II. Robertson, last year's Antelope champion. The finals in the second flight will be played Monday between the winner of the Ronne-Pierson natch ana E. H. Mullowney. This is the first tournament played under the auspices of the local T. M. C. A., and the enthusiasm evidenced makes the officials feel that next year there will be three or four flights of sixteen' players each. The Cornhuskers walked over the Wesleyan Coyotes Saturday afternoon on the Nebraska grid to the score of 55 to 0. Nebraska's fast heavy back field coupled with a three-quarter ton forward wall that knew not the meaning of penetration proved too much for the Methodist. The lighter front displayed by the Coyotes was punctured again and again by the Husker backs who squirmed thru the line for tremendous gains. DeWitz, speedy Nebraska halfback, displayed a splendid game of football in his work. He played a steady, sure and fast game from the first whistle. The: second quarter ending was coupled with a piece of broken field running by DeWitz that drew the crowd to its feet when he squirmed out of a dozen tackles and was floored on the threshhold of a touchdown. Preston, engineering the Huskers, played a heady game, but unfortunately dropped the ball a couple of times. His running was good and substantial gains were made by it. Pucelik and Lyman, veteran tackles, and Guards Welrer and Berquist threw their bulk into; the pivot Coyote to the respair of the Methodists. Swanson and Schere opened at the wing job and were later replaced by Klempke and Schoepple. The entire quartet of ends showed a fast -heady game of grid work and were down, on the Coyote backs when ever they were needed to stop the Methodists on punts or passes. Wright, Hartley, Russell, ' Llewellyn and Hartman showed up well in the backfield with Noble, the husky speedster at half doing a great amount of line bucking and end running with perfect interference. Llewellyn's kicking was a feature, the former Lincoln high lad kick ing the ball over the Coyote line for touchdowns on two kickoffs. Swanson, Schoeppel, Llewellyn and hartley showed themselves to be capable of committing forward passes when necessary and made some substantial gains thereby. Hartley, DeWitz and Swanson kicked the goals. The game play by play: First Quarter. Wesleyan won the toss and chose to defend the west goal. Weller for Nebraska kicked off to Sowers, who caught the ball under the Wesleyan goal posts and returned 12 yards. Hare was thrown for a 2 yard loss on . try at left end and for another yard on the next play. Sowers punted 15 yards to DeWitz who caught the ball i and returned, 3 yards. Russell went thru left side for 6 yards. DeWitz made 2 yards and again 6 more on the left side for a first down. On the next play DeWitz went 12 yards I thru right tackle for a touchdown, i after four minutes of play. Score Nebraska 6, Wesleyan 0. Rstitt kicked off 40 yards to DeWitt, who returned 22" yards, to Nebraska's 32-yard line. Noble went around left end for 10 yards. Nebraska penalized 5 yards for being offside and the play was called back. Russell went thru the line for 5 yards on the next' play. Preston went thru right guard for 18 yards. A.? forward pass from Preston fo Russell was broken up by Weymouth. Preston went thru the right side, for 7 yards. DeWitt went thru left side for 5 yards and the first down. Noble went around left end for 13 yards and first down. Preston went thru right tackle fpr 3 yards, taking the ball . to Wesleyan's 20-yard line. Russell fumbled and" Weslejan recovered the ball on her own 21-yard line.; Time out Nebraska. Nebraska was off side on the first play and was penalized 5 yards. Weymouth went thru center for 3 yards. Sowers was thrown for a yard loss. A forward pass was incomplete, Weymouth to Rogge. Sowers punted to Preston who returned 15 yards. Ne braska's ball on Wesleyan's 45 yard line.: De Witt went thru right tackle for . 9 yards Preston went 5 yards thru right tackle and made first down. Ball: in play on Wesleyan's 30 yard line.j ' Noble was thrown for a 3 yard loss by Rogge. Time out Nebraska. Noble went thru right tackle for 6 yards. Preston went thru right tackle for 4 end 20 yards for a touchdown. De Witt kicked goal. Score Nebraska, 13, Wesleyan 0. ' McFarlane kicked off 50 yards to Noble who returned 22 yards to Nebraska's 32-yard line. Preston fumbled and Wesleyan recovered on Nebraska's i 33 yard line. Weymouth was thrown on a try around Swanson'a end for an 8 yard loss. End of quarter. ; Score Nebraska 13, Wesleyan 0 Second Quarter. Wesleyan put the ball in play on Nebraska's 40-yard line when Hare was thrown for three yard loss on a try at left side. McCandless drop kicked to Preston who returned the ball 33 yards. DeWitz went thru center for 14 yards and first down. DeWitz went thru left tackle for 32 yards, putting the ball on Wesleyan's 1-yard line. On the next play Preston went thru right guard for a touchdown. Swanson kicked goal. Score Nebraska 20, Wesleyan 0. , Weller kicked off 49 yards to Sowers, who passed the ball to Hare who returned 7 yards. A forward pass, Weymouth ta Rogge, failed. A forward pasi by Hare was intercepted by Noble, who ran 42 yards for a touchdown. Swanson kicked goal. Score Nebraska 27, Wesleyan 0. Weller kicked off 45 yards to Sowers who returned 15 yards to Wesleyan's 30 yard line. Weymouth waa thrown for 1 yard loss on a try thru Nebraska's right tackle. McFarlane punted 40 yards to Preston, who fumbled bat recovered the ball for a 10-yard: loss. Ball in play on Nebraska's 20-yard line. - Russell failed to gain on a-try at right tackle. Time out Nebraska. - , - , Prestoa made 3 yards thru right FOOTBALL BESULTS. At St. Loots: Rolls, hehool of Mines 0. Wufchingtoa university 10. , At Minneapolis: Minnesota 19, North Dakota 0. At West Point: New Hampshire state 10, Army 7. At Blsomington, Ind.: Indiana Z9, Kala-maaoo f MX Colorado Springs: Colorado Springs 87, Grand Island rollers 9. At Denver: Denver anivrsrity 41, Kansas Normal (Hays) 1. At Tspeku, Kan.: Kansas anlverslly 2S, Wsxhtrarn 7. At tmporia, Kas.: Kansas Normal 14, St. Marys . - I At Sooth Bend. Ind.: Notre Dame 57, De Psnn 10. At Berkeley. Calif.: University of California 14. Olrmplc club 0. At Stanford university: Stanford university 41, Mare Island marines O. At Salem, Ore.: University of Oregon 7, Willamette 3. At Portland: Moltnomah Athletic club 13, Whitman college 6. At .Seattle: University of Washington 24, Ninth army corps 7. At New York: New York university 86, Hobart 0. At New York: Fordham 101, Washington 0. At Hamilton, N. Y.: Colgate 14, . Allegheny o. At I ajettevlllr: University of Arkansas 88, Ilendryx collige 0. At Northfieid, Minn.: Carleton college 74, Concordia 0. At CoIlegevUle, Minn.: Ilnmline 17, St. Johns 0. At Jamestown, N. Ti.t Jamestown collect) 0, North Dakota a r tries 0. At Detroit: I ul verity of Detroit 35. Franklin 0. At Austin; University of Texas 33, St. Edwards col I ere 0. At Manhattan. Kas.: College of Emporia 53, Kansas azjries 7. At New Orleans: Tnlane 0, Mississippi college 14. At Newark, Del.: Mnhlenberg college 21, University of Delaware O. At State College, Ta.: Pennsylvania, state 24, Gettysburg 0. At Carlisle. Pa.: Dickinson College 45, Juniata rollere 0. At Cleveland: Western Reserve 23, Heldle-berg 0. At Kaston, Pa.: T-afayette 6. Pittsburgh, 0, At Ames, la.: Ames 28, Coe 3 At Chicago: Chirngo 41, Northwestern 0. At Annapolis: Navy 13, North Carolina state 0. At New Brunswick, N. J.: Maryland 3, Bulgers 0. ..At Omaha: Creighton university 21, South Dakota Wesleyan 0. At Ithaca, N. Y.r Cornell 41, St. Bona venture 0. At Madison, Tex. : Wisconsin 28, Lew-rence . At State College, Pa.: Pennsylvania state 24, Gettysburg 0. At Sioux City: Iiuena Vista 9. Trinity 0. At Syracuse: Syracuse 38, Ohio university . At New llaven: Yale 14, University of VVermont 0. At Princeton: Princeton 21, Swnrthmore 7. At Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania 20, Franklin and Mitrshull college 0. At Hanover, N. H. : Dartmouth 28, Mid-dlebury 3. At Went Point: Army 28, Springfield 6. At Lafayette, Ind.: Wabash 9, Purdue 0. At Washington: Georgetown 7, Lebanon valley . At Ann Arbor, Mich.: Michigan 44 Monnt Union 0. At New York: Amherst 9, Columbia 7. At Oberlin, O.: Obcrlin 16, Wittenberg 0. At Iowa City: University of Iowa 52, Knox 14. At Washington, Pa.: Washington and Jefferson 86, Iincknrll 0. At Fort Collins, Col.: Colorado Agrirul-tnral college 7, Wyoming State university 7. At Cambridge: Harvard 3, Holy Cross 0. At St. Louis, Mo.: Kansas City university 0, St. Louis university 12. At Columbia, Mo,: Missouri 36, Oklahoma A. & M. 0. At Columbus, O.: Ohio state 28, Ohio Wesleyan 0. i At Keno, Nev.: Pacific fleet 14, Nevada 13. University of Georgia 28, Mercer University 0. Georgia Tech 41, Oglethorpe 0. University of Virginia 28, George Washington 0. University of Trnnessee 7, Maryville 0. Vanderbilt 34. Tennessee State normal 0. At Butte. Mont.: Montana School of Mines 26, Mount St. Charles college 0. At Mount Vernon, la.: CorneU 20, Upper Iowa . At Iogan, Utah.: Utah' aggies 47, Ogden A. A. 2L guard. DeWitz went thru left side for 4 yards. Russell dropped back for a punt, but on a try at right end failed to gain and Wesleyan took the ball on downs on Nebraska's 29-yard line. Swanson threw Weymouth for a 5-yard loss on a try at right end, but the ball was called back and Nebraska penalized for being offside. McCandless attempted a drop kick on the 30-yard line but Russell caught the ball and returned it to the 30-yard line. Preston went thru right side for 25 yards. Russell went thru right for 5 yards . Russell went thru right for one yard. Noble was- thrown for a 7-yard loss on a run around left end. Russell dropped back and kicked 43 yards to Sowers, who was nailed in his tracks by Sherer, the ball on Wesleyan's 10-yard line. McFarlane punted 35 yards lo Preston who failed to return. DeWitz made a splendid run thru right guard for 47 yards, but the play was called back by Umpire Riddell and Nebraska penalized 15 yards for holding. Time out Nebraska. Russell punted 58 yar4s to Sowers. Weymouth tried thru the line but failed to gain. Sowers kicked 40 yards to Preston who returned 25 jarris. Forward pass, Russell to Noble, fpf'ed. Forward pass, Russell to Swans-.?, failed. DeWitz ws thrown for 2-yard loss on a try at center. End first half. Score Nebraska 27, Wesleyan 0. Second Half. Donahoe went in at fullback for Sowers and Furman at right half for Hare in the Wesleyan line. McFarlane kicked off 50 yards to Noble, who returned 20 yards. Ball in play on Nebraska's 30-yard line. DeWitz went thru left tackle for four yards. Preston went thru left for 7 yards and first down. Noble went thru center for one-yard. Noble went thru left for 6 yards. A crisscross play, DeWitz to Preston, netted Preston a 9-yard gain and first down. Russell hit the left side for three yards. Russell went thru left tackle for four yard3. DeWitz went thru left side for four yards and first down. Noble ran from a punt formation around left end for four yards. Nebraska got mixed on signals and Noble failed to gain on the next play. DeWitz hit the Methodist line for four yards. Hartley substituted for Russell at left half. DeWitz hit the Coyote line for two yards. Ball on Wesleyan's 20-yard line. Hartley gained 5 yards around right en-d. Hartley rammed center for 9 yards and first down. .Preston went thru right for 5 yards. Preston hit center for one yard and a touchdown. Swanson kicked goal. Nebraska 34, Wesleyan 0. Weller kicked off fifty yards to Furman, who returned fifteen yards to Wesleyan's 25-yard line. Furman made 2 yards off tackle. Weymouth made one yard on a line buck. Weymouth made one yard thru center. Furman kicked twenty-five yards to Noble, who returned thirteen yard3. Hanson went in for Parkinson at center and Littell for Fivecoats at right guard. Llewellen went in at quarter for Presteui. in the Nebraska line-up. Llewellen went ' around left end for nineteen yards. Noble went thru right for one yard. Hartley hit the line for four yards. DeWitz went over for a touchdown. Swanson kicked goal. Score Nebraska 41, Wesleyan 0. Bassett and Odun went in for Berquist and Weller, and McGlasson went in for Peterson at center. Llwel-len kicked 60 yards on the kickoff, the ball rolling over the Wesleyan goal line. Quarter ends. Ball on Wesleyan's 20-yard line. Score, Nebraska 41. Wesleyan 0. Fourth Quarter. Wesleyan put the ball in play on her own 23-yard line. Furman went around left end for 3 yards. Forward pass, McCandless to Har-rell was incomplete. Lyman broke, thru and spilled McCandless for two yards. McFarlane punted thirty yards out of bounds. Llewellen ran around left end for sixteen yards. Noble went around right end for fourteen yards. Hendricks went in for Lynian at left tackle. Forward pass, Llewellen to Swanson, resulted in a 10-yard run by Swanson for a touchdown. DeWitz kicked goal. Score Nebraska 48; Wesleyan 0. " Llewellen kicked off sixty yards over Wesleyan's goal line for a touch-back. Ball in play on Wesleyan's 20-yard line. Noble intercepted McCandless forward pass on Wesleyan's 33-yard line. Schoeppel went in at left end for Swanson. Wright went in for DeWitz at half. Llewellen made one yard thru the line. Forward pass, Llewellen to Klemke, incomplete. Llewellen went thru right tackle for three yards. Hartman went in at fullback fir Noble. Wesleyan's ball on downr Weslejv i failed to gain on a line buck. Forward pass was intercepted ball on Wesleyan's 35-yard line. Wright went thru right for six yards. Preston went thru left tackle for two yards, but Nebraska was penalized five yards, Schoeppel being off side. Forward pass, Hartley to Schoeppel gained Nebraska fifteen yards. Wright made three yards on a crisscross. Hartley was thrown for a two yard yoss. Pass, Hartley to Llewellen gained 12 yards, the ball being carried almost to the Wesleyan line. Bad pass from center lost ten yards for Nebraska. Forward pass Hartley Wright to Llewellen made Nebraska 15 yards and a touchdown. - Hartley kicked goal. Scorei Nebraska 55, Wesleyan 0. House went in at center for McGlasson and H. McGlasson for Llewellen at quarter. Layton went in at halfback for Wright. , Hartley kicked off 25 yards to Quante who failed to return; Triplett went in at tackle for Wenke Donahoe hit the line for- half a yard. Eckart went in for Schoeppel at end. Wesleyan lost two tyards on a line buck. Ball on Wesleyan's 32-yard line when the final whistle sounded. Score Nebraska 55, Wesleyan O.The lineup: le It Swanson Lyman Peterson Berquist Weller Pucellk Sherer Preston DeWitt Russell Noble The officials: ...Is.. .rg. . ...rt.. ...re... ...qb.. . ...lh. . . ...rh. . ...fb.. Referee Harrell McFarlans Parkinson Quante Flvet-oats Raitt Rogge Weymouth McCandless Hare Sowers Earl Johnson, Foane coMpita. ITmnire John Ritldell, Uni versity of Nebraska. Head linesman Roy Cowell. Harvard Win a Tight Game. - CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 1. Thirty thousand persons today saw Charlie Buell, Harvard's quarterback, lift a 39-yard drop-kick over the Holy Cross goal posts for the only points that were scored in a hard fought game. It was a similar kick by Buell that turned back the Worcester collegians last season by the same score 3 to 0. Holy Cross outrushed Harvard and in the second period took the ball in three plays from its own 13-yard line to within ten yards -of the Crimson goal. Gagnon tried for a drop kick, but the ball rolled over the line. Princeton vs. Svvarthmore. PRINCETON. N.J., Oct. 1. Swarth-more gave Princeton a memorable fight today, when those two teams clashed in the Tigers' inaugural game the Black and Orange varsity finally winning, 21 to 7. Swarthmore started off with a rush, running back the kick-off to Princeton's own 45-yard line. Swarthmore braced m the fourth per iod. Geiges received a punt and ran eighty-five yards thru the whole Princeton team for the Maroon's only touchdown. Long runs by Gharrity and Lourie and the forward passing of Snively marked Princeton's play. Earl Cooper Wins Hla Race. ' FRESNO, Cal., Oct. 1. Earl Cooper, driving his first race since re-entering the racing game, won the annual San Joaquin valley classic, a national championshiy point race of 150 miles today. Cooper's time waa one hour,-29 minutes and 18 seconds. Jimmy Murphy who finished less than one foot behind the winner was second. Anton Soules, went over the fence and received serious injuries. Mechanician Earner, who with Soules, also was injured. Iowa, Winner Over Knox. IOWA CITY, la., Oct. 1. The University of Iowa swept over Knox for a 52 to 14 victory here today in the opening game of the season. The visitors' defense waa shattered by the Hawkeye linesmen, and the backs romped for big gains at will.' Many second and third string men were used by Iowa after the first quarter. Captain Aubrey Devine of Iowa made a number of sensational runs. Riot at Baseball Game. ' SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 1. Police with difficulty quelled a riot at the baseball park here where Seattle and San Francisco Coaet league teams were playing this afternoon. .The trouble was said to have started over an umpire's decision. Hundreds of fans took part in the fight that followed. The game was resumed after a half hour's delay. TIGHTEST RACE IN BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTLE 10O8 STANDS OUT. IM Recalls the Famoas Boneaead Play of .New Tork Which Gave Chicago the Peasant. NEW YORK. Oct. 1. The greatest pennant race in the history of organized baseball was made in the National league in the reason of 1908, when, in the closing week of the campaign, Chicago, New York and Pittsburgh all were in an ace of taking the honor. New York and Chicago finished the season in a tie and in the playoff the Cubs won.: On October 3. 1908, after Pittsburgh had assumed first position,' New 'York played Philadelphia. It was Mathewson against Coveleskie and the latter won, 3 to 2. Pittsburgh and the Cubs won their games that day and the Giants dropped to third. ' Chicago and Pittsburgh then met in what was for them the last game of the season. One was bound to lose and, If the game were played to a tie there was a chance that JMew York would slip past both and' win the championship. Pittsburgh erred at critical moments during the game and lost 5 to 2 and was elem.inated in the championship race, having played their full quota of games. Chicago held first place, Pittsburgh second and the Giants third. The Giants, however, had- three games to play with Boston, and by winning all of them could tie Chicago. They won them. Now turning back the history pages a few days, to September 23, there occurred a play which set the baseball world by its ears. In the last inning of the game between the Cubs and the Giants, with McCormick on third and Merkle on first and two out, Bridwell, the New York shortstop, batted a clean hit over second base. McCormick scored and Bridwell touched first base. Every, the Cub second-sacker, remained at his point calling for the ball to be thrown to him. Chance, the club leader, as soon as it was thrown, demanded that Umpire O'Day declare Mergle out on the ground that he had not touched second base and therefore had been forced out. O'Day left the field, announcing that the play was suspended. After the crowd had left he stated that the run which supposedly was made by McCormick and which would have won the game for New York had not scored and that the contest, therefore, was a tie, 1 to 1. In other words, he had declared , Merkle out at second. The National league president, Pul-liam, sustained O'Day In his report and both teams protested. Chicago claimed it should have been awarded the game under the rule referring to the number of games which shall be played during the season and that New York should have played off the tie on September 24. The Giants protested against the umpire's decision, claiming it was not in accordance with the facts. . Pulliam called a meeting of the directors. They upheld the declsicn of the umpire and the calling of the game a tie, refused to grant the Cub claim on the ground that they had tied the hands of the league president by the filing of the protest and that the game, therefore, could not be played the following day. They then ordered the game to be played off at the Polo grounds on October 8. So, with the season ending in a lie between the teams they met on October 8 in a memorable contest. So great was the crowd that those left outside battered down the fence? and tore away parts of the stands in their frenzy. The Cubs won, Mathewson hurled for the Giants and he was batted In but one inning, but enough runs came in to give Chicago the game. Chance made a bad blunder to start the contest by starting Pfeister in the box. The Giants threw away their chances to win the game in the first Inning by poor base running. Brown was sent in to relieve Pfeister and he thereafter held the Giants safe. , The pennant races hi both leagues were close in 1916. In the National, Brooklyn won. Phildelphia was second, Boston third and the Giants fourth. Philadelphia was beaten i by fifteen points . in the percentago and New York, tho in fourth place, was seven games behind the leaders. Boston was nine percentage points behind Philadelphia, Boston won the American league flag with only thirteen percentage points' advantage over the White Sox, while Detroit was a close third. , In 1918, the American league race was close, Boston, Cleveland and Washington finishing close together. Last year's American league race was decided in the last days with Cleveland, Chicago and New York bunched. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. Loats and PlttsbarKh Battle to a Tie la Semi-finals. ST LOUIS. OeL 1. St. Ixuta put on a desperate battle In the semifinal contest of th season here today and Ued Plttshnrgh. 4-4 The game was called at the eno of tho ninth inning en account of darkness. In an effort to capture today's game Manager Franrh Rlrkey inserted twenty players in the Cardinal lineup, using six plt-h-ers, three cate-hrrs and two pinch runners Anothsr out standing feature of tho gams was the number of men left on bases. Of the Pittsburgh players cloven wers stranded on the bags, whlls 8t. Louis had ten. Fourteen bases on nans were anowso ny the eight pitchers of both score: Pittsburgh MaranvHle, ss . Carey, cf Whitted. If Robertson, rf . . Ttemey. ib .... Barnhart, 3b . . Grimm, lb ..... Schmidt, c Hamilton, p Olazner. P Totals 8t. Louis Mann, cf ...... Heatheota, rf .. Fournier, lb Stock. 2b Hornsby, ib . . . Rr-hultx. rf Bailey, p Korth. p The ah r h o a e 6 0171 3 0 1 5 0 9 6 1 1' 0 (12 16 0 3 12 11 3 1 I I $ 4 1 1 It 10 14 2 1 3 0 4 0010 33 4 1 27 17 2 ab r h o a 3 0 3 1 100 4 o a t i 6 113 3 4020 1 1 I 1 STATE FOOTBALL RESULTS. Neb. Inl .... Cotaer . . . . , loana Ashland , . , Ord Mcottsbluff laurel Broken Bow SS 1 17 7 28 S7 13 7 Wesleyan Cvtner Alrnnnl. Central College Wahoo ' forth Loup ... Kimball Wayne Loup City McHenry, If Lavan, ss ... Dilhoefer, c Sherdel, p . , I'feffer, p ., Mueller, cf . . Pertica, p ., Walker, p .. demons, c '. . Hunter Alnsmltb. o 2? 1 7 2T 1 Totala : 33 4 Ran for Schults In eighth. Pittsburgh 02101000 St. Louis I 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 04 Two-base hlts-McHenry, Srhults. Sacrifices Barnhart, Dilhoefer, Tlerney. Stolen bass Schmidt. Double plays 'lemons to Schalk. Bases on balls Off Hamilton, : off Parties, : off Pfeffer, .4; off Olasner, 2. Struck out By Pertica, 1; by Sherdel, 1; by Pfeffer, 1; by Hamilton, 1; by North, 2; by Olasner. 1. Hits Off Pertica. 3 In 1 2-3: off Walker, none in 1 1-S; off Sherdel, 2 lc 1. Umpires McCormick, O'Day and Clem, Tim 3:S. Boston vs. Brooklyn. BROOKLYN, Oct. 1. Brooklyn staged a four run rally In the ninth Inning today and Boston loses its final game of the season, 7 to 6. r'lve bunched singles and a batter hit gave th Superbas the edge. Score: : , Boston I ab r h o a o Nlson. cf : 4 2 1 3 0 0 Chrlstcnbttry, ss ..'. 3 1 0 3 4 1 8outhworth. rf., S 1 1 1 0 0 Nicholson, If t 0 1 1 0 0 Boeckel, 3b S 2 2 1 1 0 Holke. lb 4 0 312 1 0 Kord. 2b 4 0 2 3 S 0 O'Neill, c 4 0 0 2 2 1 Watson, p 4 0 0 0 7 0 36 e 10211 20 2 1 12 0 3 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals Brooklyn i ab r Olson, 2b 6 2 Johnston. 3o '6 1 Griffith rf 6 1 Wheat, If 6 1 Myers, cf 4 1 Srhmandl, lb 4 0 Ward, ss 3 0 Janvrin, ss 1 Taylor, c 4-0 Mitchell, p I I Nels 1 0 Eavrs. 1 0 Totals '. 3 1 IS " ,l xTwo out when winning run screed. Batted for Ward In eighth. Batted for Mitchell In ninth. Boston 112 0010 1 Rrnnblvn 0 0 2 0 9 0 0 0 4 7 Tw.-i "bass hits Nixon. Ford. Three baas i hits Southworth, Nicholson. Stolen hs Mitchell. Sacrifices christenbui artimanm. uonoie piay -Schmandt. Left on bases Boston 8: Brook lyn 10. cases ou inn TT""r",. Mitchell 1. Hit by Watson (Mltche Myers). Struck out By Mitchell 3. Umplr Brennan and Kmslle. Tlme 1:44: Chicago vs. ClndnnntL . m. a n., 1 TV, T?ds b both Alexnnder and Martin trt the Chlcairo . . j i. it,,i ,4 i erl,.ii 1 1 v in jsatlcnnis touay au "l"u winnlnB, 6 to . Maro.uard was pounded considerably In the later Innings. Uoltno s battlns was a feature. Score: ab r n 6 0 1 NOTRE DAME EASY WINNER SMASHING ATTACK SOON OV Kit-WHBLM3 DEP1DW, Score of ST to lO la a Gasao of Straight Football, Varied, ky Forward Passes. NOTRE DAME, Ind. Oct. lJfotio Dame won a 57 to 10 victory from De-Pauw today by a smashing attack In straight football, intermingled with a few forward passes. Johnny Mohardt was Nqtre Dame's star of the day. running the ends for long gains and passing well to Kelly and Anderson. Desch ran sixty-five yards for one touchdown. DePauw's scores came in the final period, the touchdown resulting from a sixty-five yard run by. Clark after he had blocked the punt. Bloodgood's field goal was from tho thirty-eight yard line. COT.N Ell OKl'KATS ALTTMiPfl. off ell. hit Chirtftro i Flack, rf Hollocher, ss Terry, 2b . . . loal, 3b .... Barber, If ... Maisel. cf ... Kelleher, lb ........... O'Karrell. o ..... Alexander, p Klugman ....i Killefer, c Martin. P Sullivan . .. Totals - Cincinnati I Boline, 2b Kopf. ss Groh, 3b - Roush, cf laubert, lb Breasler, rf Duncan, If ............ Hargravs, o ...... Marquaru, p 4 3 4 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 34 ab 4 3 4 4 4 3 4 4 3 o a 2 0 S 6 '6 . 2 2 3 3 10 24 18 h Totals ' ' 33 t 15 27 11 0 Batted for Alexander In sixth. : Batted for Martin In ninth. Chicago 00001010 1 3 Cincinnati 02010200 6 Two base hit Kelleher. Stolen base Oroh. Sacrifices Bresaler, Kelli-her. Kopf. Double plays Hollocher to Kelleher; Maisel to Hollecher to Deal. Iift on bases Cincinnati ; Chicago 7. Bases on balls Off Marquard 2. Hits Off Alexander In 5; off Martin C in S. Strurk out By Marquard 1; by Martin 1. Passed ball Har-gi-ave. Losing pitcher- Alexander. Umpires Holmes and Quigley. Time 1:27. r Philadelphia vs. ISew York. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 1. Philadelphia and New York split the final games of the season this afternoon the tuil-enders winning the first, 10 to . In the ninth inning and the new champions the seeond. 3 to 0. The Phillies hit Douglas freely collecting twenty safe-ties including homers by Konetchy and Lee. The Giants won the second from Ring by bunching three hits in , tho socond. Scors first game: - New Tork ' ab h o a Burns, cf 5 1 2 1 0 Bancroft, ss 4 z l 3 z Klisch, 3b 4 1 2 0 0 Young, rf i 4 3 2 4 0 Kelly, lb 4 0 2 7 1 Meusel, It 61231 Kawlings, 2b 4 0 1 3 1 Schreiber, 2b 0 0 0 1 0 Gonzales, c 41 2 4 0 Douglas, p 4 0 1 0 2 ..33 9 1525 ab r h 2 3 2 2 3 2 14 3 1 5 5 B 4 6 -5 S 4 1 0 a 3 3 1 i J 0 0 1 0 0 7 1 4 0 0 Totals ' Philadelphia-Monroe, 2b .... Both, 3b Wrlghtstone, If Williams, cf .. Konetchy, lb , . l.ee, rf liader, ss Henllne. c Meadows, p ... King Parkinson u Totals .1: :. 45 10 20 27 17 1 One oat when winning run scored. Batted for Meadows In fourth. , ; Ran for King in ninth. ! New Tork 4... 3O0O0014 1 0 Philadelphia . .. UOOIOIZS 1 10 Two-base hits Oonxalea. Wrlghtstone, Williams. Home1 runs Konetchy, Lee, Stolen bsse Wllllsms. Konetchy. Sacrifices Kelly, rYlsch. i Double plays Kelly to Bancroft; Meadows to Rader to Konetchy. Lett cn bases New York 6; Philadelphia 12. Bases on balls Off Douglas 2; off Meadows 2. Struck out By Douglas 2; by Meadows 3. Wild pitch Meadows. Umpires Hart and Rigler. Tims 1:62. SECOND GAME. 0 0 0 0 0 0 V 1 0 1 . 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 03 ..0040 000 0 0 Two-base alts--Bancroft, Stengel. Sacrifice Oonsalea Hits Off Causey 4 In 6: off Jounard 4 In 4. .Struck out By Jllng 3: by Jounard 7. Left on bases New York I; Philadelphia 3.. Bases on balls Off King t; off Causey 1. Double play Parkinson to Konetchy; Bfng to Monroe to Konetchy: Monroe to Parkinson to Ken- etchy. Winning pitcher (Causey. Passed ball Peters. Umpires Rigler and Hart. Time 1:11. New Tork j ab r h o a Connoly. If 3 0 0 2 0 Bancroft, ss.... 1 0 1 4 1 Hclneke, 2b 2 0 4 0 1 Krlsch, 3b 2 0 0 0 0 Kopf, 3b 1 0 1 0 4 Cunningham, cf : 3 0 1 1 0 Gonzales, lb 3 1 1 0 0 Htengel. rf 4 13 10 Rrhrelber. 2b-ss ........ 2 1 1 4 3 Gaston, c 4 0 0 t 1 Causey, p 2 0 0 1 1 Jounard, p ....... 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 22 3 2 27 11 Philadelphia ; . ab r h o a Monroe. 2b 4 O 2 4 r.npp, 3b 4 0 12 2 Wrightstone, it i 4 0 2 0 0 Williams, cf 4 0 14 0 Konetchy, lb . . 1 3 0 1 10 1 Lee. rf 4 0 10 0 Parkinson, ss. .......... 4 0 0 3 2 Peters, c i 4 0 0 2 1 King, p 3 0 0 0 4 Totals 34 0 8 27 18 New Tork Philadelphia , Itnlldofts Score Touch dowa aad Field Goal Against Foresee Stars. Cotner defeated the picked team of old Bulldog stars Saturday afternoon on the Cotner field by the score of 10 to 0. The first score came as a result of a field goal m the first quarter. The varsity had advanced tho ball by short, regular gains on straight football from the kickoff to the alumni's 20-yard line, when Rowland stepped back and booted a dropklck over the bar. The ball seesawed up and down th field for the rest of the first half, with the advantage in favor of the varsity, the heavier weight of this year's forwards telling in big gains on line plays. In spite of the presence of seven former all-state men in tho line-up the old grads were being decisively outplayed by the younger Bulldogs. ! In the third quarter the varsity staged a steady march to the goal, the touchdown being scored by a pretty 30-yard pass from Shull to Etie- nilller, who snared the ball just over the goal line. The fourth quarter passed without a score being put across by either side, t The feature of this period waa a 60-yard return of an Intercepted pass by Fullback Moss of the alumul. The solid defense of the varsity blocked further advance, anil after ineffectual attempts at wide end runs and passes, the alumni lost possession of the - ball and for the remainder of the game the Cotner goal was in little danger. The line-up: Cotner Varsity Cotner Alumni FUxelmiller Plerratt c) Hock Cave Lanft- Buladen . . . U. llsys .... Rowland ... Harmon .... K.ein ...... Shull Substitutes ,.le. . ... ..lg.. .0. . . -,rg. . ..rt. ,, , . rs . . , ql. . ..in.. ..rh. . . ,fb. . . L. Hays ,. Packer ... Bogiresri Parmentert ... Sheaf er . ...r. Urllt . ..I- Strain K. (Strain ...K. Brilt .. Knapplo Moss Fey for Harmon: Cod per for Klein, Davis for Lang, Harmon for G. Hay. Tims of quarters: 12 minutes. NORTIIH'USTKll.N EAST HlllK. Chlrasro Takes Initial Conference Game by 41 to O. CHICAGO, Oct. 1. Chicago university opened the Western conference football season with an easy 41 to 0 victory over Northwestern university today at Stagg field before a crowd of approximately 25,000 persons. Pyott, a comparative newcomer In Maroon football circles, was the individual star of the day with several twenty-yard runs and one of forty-five yards. Pyott did not start the game but replaced Neff at halfback at the start of the second quarter. His speed and i mashing plunges improved the Maroon attack greatly and were instrumental In much of the, scoring. Romney 's clever running and forward passing also aided in the Maroon attack. KAXSAS STRONG AT START. Winner Over Wash barn College ky A Score of 2S to 7. TOPEKA, Kas., Oct. 1. Kansas university defeated Washburn college in the opening football game of the season here today, 23 to 7. The university won by using straight football to break up the Washburn line and aerial plays to put the ball over. The Washburn defense at times was ragged and Kansas took advantage of this. Kansas made a touchdown in the first quarter, another in the second hand two in the fourth. At the opening of the second quarter Kendall for Washburn caught a forward pass from Stevens behind the goal line for a touchdown. ASITLAXD AND WAQOO TIB. Ike Visitor I'nnble to Score After First Quarter. WAHOO, Neb., Oct 1 Ashland and Wahoo played to a tie here this afternoon in football, the final score being 7 to 7. Ashland scored in tho first five minutes of play,! while Wahoo's lone counter came in the fourth quarter. Ashland played old regulation while Wahoo depended on the open style. Wabash, vs. Pardee. LAFAYETTE. Ind., Oct. 1. Taking advantage of fumbles, Wabash defeated Purdue at football today. 9 to 0. Quarterback Coldsberry of Wabash scored a touchdown in the first period sfter his team gained .he ball on Pur-Cue's twenty-yard line, where it rolled when Jones, Purdue center, threw a pass over the backfield. A fumble In the fourth period left Wabash with the ball on Purdue's fifteen-yard line and Singleton drop-kicked successfully. Colorado Beats Grand Island.' COLORADO SPRINGS. Col., Oct. 1. Colorado held Grand Island college of Nebraska to a 37-7 score today, the visitors scoring their only touchdown on an Intercepted pass which Rader, Grand Island lend, converted into a 70-yard sprint to the goal. Indiana vs. Kalnmssoo. BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 1. tTsine only straight football Indiana university defeated Kalamazoo college today, 29 toO. Kalamazoo tried th forward pass several times but with out success.

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