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LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR. SEPTKTV1RER 29. 1935 ..EVEN—A and Down Jackson High Plays at Falls City in Week’s Feature Prep Mix In another part of the sports section is a complete resume of the 1935 game laws, furnished by Secretary O'Connell of the game, iorestation and parks commission. It is printed as a convenience to the thousands of Nebraska hunters who are in danger of being arrested for law violations because it is not possible to spread the information to all corners of the state by handbill and poster. The summary is worthy of a careful reading by every hunter. There will be more pheasant hunters in the field this year than in a long time, due to the increase in birds in most all open counties, and the rules are somewhat different than they w-ere last year. Radical alterations in the duck hunting regulations also merit a close study to avoid the possibility of arrest for infractions. BOIH wm H IGNDEFEIITEO LAST MS Lincoln Entertains Sioux City in Valley Scuffle. East Evans VI ins Junior Chamber Softball Crown for 1935 An editor in a central Nebraska county is irked because his county was declared “open” this year. He says there are no pheasants in that region and f fears that these “beautiful” birds will be rendered extinct. I suppose next they will be classing the raucous throated ringneck as a songbird and demanding that it be protected the year 'round. They did that with quail, and ^ there are fewer quail than before. And of poorer stock. Inbreeding gets ’em sooner or later, and unless hunted occasionally L the coveys will not break up. w Goodbye to Bars. With a short season and low bag limit on ducks, I w'ouldn’t pay a whole lot of money for a i blind this year, and especially I not one on the Platte river. For I the new federal rules prohibit ' practically all sandbar blind.s, . you cannot use live decoys, and with the exception of three counties all shooting on that stream must stop sharply at noon. The three counties thru which the Platte flows where duck hunting will be permitted until 4 p. m. daily are Scottsbluff, Morrill and Garden. In the other counties which the river touches the closing hour for river shooting is noon. They include: Deuel, Keith, Lincoln, Dawson, Buffalo, Hall, Merrick, Hamilton, Polk, Platte, Butler, Colfax, Dodge, Saunders, Sarpy, Cass and Douglas. The 12 o’clock restriction includes the river itself and ten rods on either side. This will shut out a lot of shoi)ting on cutoff.« and sloughs adjoining the river proper. An explanation by J. N. Darling, chief of the biological survey. of the rule which says there shall be no blinds more than 100 feet from shore, makes it plain that the rule applies to sandbars. A letter received this w-eek by the game commis.«;ion in clarification of that point shows definitely that blinds must be within 100 feet of the main banks of the stream or pond, or within that distance from the shores of a permanent island. Sandbars, being of a shifting nature, cannot be used as sites for blinds unless within the specified distance. Darling’s letter .says, in part. “The above regulation applies to nvers and other inland waters as well as to coastal waters. “Islands in the Platte river which arc really permanent islands will have their shorelines and the regulation applies to the u.se of blinds and boats beyond the 100 feet from the shoreline on those islands. As to sandbars of shifting and temporary character, they would be in the same category as clusters or areas of vegetation more than 100 feet from the shoreline or from the outside edge of continuous vegetation fro mthe shoreline.” OMAHA RACE UNDERWAY BY GREGG McBRlDE. Jackson high of Lincoln and Falls City, two undefeated teams of the 1934 Nebraska high school football campaign, will meet this week in the feature game of the early October card in Cornhusker prep circles. The meeting will be on the Falls City gridiron and is expected to produce plenty of good football as both outfits are well supplied this season w'ith veteran material. Only Tecum.seh and Beatrice made it interesting for Coach “Jug” Brown’s Richardson county athletes last year. Falls City winning each game by a touchdowm margin. Jackson on the other hand was hard pressed by Bethany and got no better than a draw with Crete and Havelock. The gain« also will mark the 1935 appearance of “Bus” Knight, Jackson’s versatile athlete who shone as a sophomore performer last year. The Omaha city race gets under w'ay full speed with Benson playing South and North meeting Tech. The Bunnies and Maroons appear to be slight favorites. Creighton Prep crosses the river to meet Teejay and Omaha Central entertains Central high of St. Joseph. Lincoln Plays At Home. Lincoln plunges into Mi.ssourl Valley competition by meeting East Sioux City on capital city soil. Cathedral opens the Greater Lincoln slate of Bethany high. The strong Tecum.seh eleven invades College View and the fa.st Hebron team moves into Havelock. Mid-State league headliners take York to Columbus and Grand Island to Hastings. York looks stronger than the Discoverers, while anything may happen in the Grand Island-Hastings cla.^.s¡c. Kearney, slightly below par this fall, ha.s a tough assignment at North Platte. Cambridge will test Gothenburg championship hopes and Holdrege should run trouble at Cozad. MRS BREAK EVEN CA TWENTY-r« O WAIJ. EYES IN THIS HUM II —Photo by Town»(?nd. Top row, left to right: Harold Petr, Sig North, Dwight Bedell, Kenneth Van Sant, Dr. Merritt Lower row’: Roy Butterbaugh, Gene Masters, Dr. Norman Carlson, John Hollingsworth. M. W. Baldw’in, Roy Mills. FRANK FRISCN SIGNS R1936 WIEN CARDS St. Louis Manager Will Be Back Again at Present Salary. ST. LOUIS. hPi. ' Manager Frankie FrLsch of the St. Louis Cardinals Saturday signed a one year contract to continue at the helm of the club, its officials announced. His FRANME FRI5CM Have you had j’our gun plugged? Have you bought your federal ^tek stamp? Neither have I. Harvard Meets Edgar. In the Southern conference Harvard will endeavor to stop the Edgar squad while the Ix 3 up Valley headliner is Ansley at Loup City. Northea.st Nebraska fans will center their attention on Albion at Norfolk and Neligh at New'man Grove, while in the far w’e.st the three leading contests appear to be Bayard at Scottsbluff, Morrill at Gering and Mitchell at Kimball. Friday schedule: • (iamr« ThU Hrplirnil. Benson vs. Omshn South M Tech tield (Tnur»d*y). Sioux City East at L.iicoln (Saturday . Crelxhton Prep at Thomas Jeffe son. Cathedral ot Bethany. Tecmnseh at Culiege Vie» Hebron at Hase’.oclt, Omaha Central vs St. Jo-seph Central at Tech {letd (Saturday), Omaha North at Omaha Tech, Jack) on at EalU City Albion at Norfolk, Uurdoa at Alliance. Alma at E'raiik- lln. Allen at Newc.i»tle, KImvtood at Adams Aiapahoc a* Beaver t'lty. Auburn at Sabetha, Kas, Arcadia at North Loup, Aurora at Sutton An.lev at Loup Citv. Beatrice at C ete Homer at Bancroft, Omaha Central escrves at B air. Arapahoe at Beaver City. Bladen at Law reme, Randolph at Bloomfield. Murvrell at Sarvent. Bridgeport at Lyman, O Neill at Butte. Bayard at Scottsbluff BatUs Creek at TUden. Bas.ett at At- ktnvoii, Brady at Calla« ay. York at Columbus, O^'allata at Chapel!. Holdrege at Cosad. Canib Idge at Quthenburg. Cra vford at Heintngford. Oreighlon at Wausa Com,stock at Dry Valley. Odell at Conland, Ealintoni at Drshler B'llevllle. Kas , at Falrbury, Oeneva at Exeter P»lk at Fulleilon, Guide Kock at Fairfield, Max»el st Farnam. Mo:rill at Oe tng. Kearney reserves at Gibbon. Curtis at Grant, Guide Rock salary, the same as last yep, W'aa not disclosed. With the an- noimcement of his signing, Frisch said he would continue as a player- manager, as long AS his legs hold out “I intend to play in every game w’hen I am able to play next year,” he said. “I was a regular at the start of the 1934 season and went out when I hurt my leg. When the leg healed Whitehead was going so strong I felt I couldn’t break up the combination. “But next spring, when the .squad assembles at Bradenton. P’la., Frank Frisch will be my first candidate for second base.” The Fordham flash declared himself “perfectly satisfied” with the one year papers, “St. Louis is a great place in which to play. The city has been very good to me and I am happy to remain.” There will be changes in the Red Bird machine next campaign, Frisch declared. “Everybody know's that we must strengthen our pitching staff and every effort will be made to add hurling power.” The Huskers should not raise their sights above Ames in order to see Minnesota. They should and undoubtedly w’ill concentrate on the game around the corner. Nebraska fans perhaps saw more football, good and bad, in greater variety than they have seen in a full moon. The bad spots tended only to emphasize the numerous sparkling plays. The Huak- em will profit from this game as they were taught things they never could have accumulated from the so-called “breather.” Coaches know w’here to apply the polish and why. Confidence now in the Husker bag will do no harm unless the bag becomes bloated. The cast- iron schedule of the year should not permit bloating. Sam Francis was the victim of an unusual Injury as the Husker shoved across their opening touchdown. He ran a rusty nail in his foot, the point piercing an antery. He was removed from the game but returned at the start of the third period. The right side of the Husker line still needs plenty of work. It no doubt W'ill get an overtime schedule before the Iowa State tussle at Ames Saturday. PÜT PEPPER IN BOWLERS Rowe and Lawson Win Final 8-3 After Bridges Drops First. CHICAGO. (.1’». The Detroit Tigers split a doubleheader with the White Sox at Comiskey park Saturday by capturing the nightcap. 8 to 3 . behind the pitching of Schoolboy Rowe and Roxie Lawson after Chicago pounded Tom Bridges hard in the pinches to win the opener, 6 to 3. The veteran. Sam Jones held the Bongals at bay while fanning nine in the first. Rowe retired in the final after allowing seven hits in as many in- Rings. Detroit ab h o a Uhlcago ah h 0 a White cf 4 (» 4 0 Radclttf If 4 0 10 Cochrane c 4 l ,3 0 Simmons cf3 0 10 Gehr’ger 2b 4 2 15 Haas rf ;i X 1 1 Green’rg lb 3 0 112 Bonura lb4 16 2 Gosltn If 4 0 10 Appling BS 3 0 ft 0 Fox rf 4 2 2 0 Kreevich 3b 4 12 0 Rogell ss 3 0 0 2 Hayes 2b3 0 12 Owen 3b 4 2 0 1 Grube c 4 3 9 1 Bridges p 3 12 1 Jones p4 110 Walker 110 0 Total« 34 9 24 11. Totals32 7 27 6 Walker batted for Bridges In ninth. Detroit .. 000 011—3 Husker-Maroon Notes. There were no easy moments either on or off the field. Elbow's were jabbed into ribs thruout the .sixty minutes of playing time and since no “licker" wa.s in evidence, this WHS charged or credited to en- thiiFiu.sm and uncertainty. With Jay Berwanger galloping hither and yon no margin was considered safe. He did all that was expected of him. The difference between he and Cardwell was that Cardie did more than any human could or should expect. Benx’anger got some first class interference on his touchdown and Cardwell had plenty of help before he put on full steam on his mad gallop across the chalklines. CARDS CONQUER BRUINS 7-5 BUT irS TOO LATE (Continued from Page 5-A.) atrlk«ouU: French 3. Kowmllk 1. Wlnford «. HU r ; Off French » In 7 InnlnK*. Kownllk 3 In 3 (one out In llth). Wlnford 12 In 3 1-3, Hatned 0 in 1 2-3; Walker 1 In 1. Wild pitch; KowallK. WInninK pitcher: Walker. Loilng pitcher; Kowallk. Umplrei: rinelll, Klem, Rlgler and Reardon Tima 2:18, Dodger« Whip Fhlli. BROOKLYN. (API. Befora only 194 eaoh customar*. the amRUeat crowd of the aea- ion, the Dodger« defeatacl Ih# Phlllie« 12 to 2 Saturday for thalr aixth atraight victory. George Earnahaw pitched eight Inning* and allow'ed only four hit«. Kmll Lefinard waa touched for two more blow« and another run in the ninth. After drtving Hugh Mulcahy out m the fifth with a five-run rally featured by IJnua Frey’a homer, the DtKigera *ent aimoat a whole new team Into action. AI I.ope waa the only Dodgei to play the whole game. Phtla. ab h o a Brooklyn ab h o a Chloxia 2b 4 13 4 Bordagary If 4 3 0 0 3 0 I 0 Tremark rf 4 0 7 0 Frey aa 4 18 0 Dedeaux la 4 2 2 0 Bucher rf 3 0 0 U Mill« rf-lf 1 0 0 0< I.ealt« lb 1 (»0 0 McCarthy lb Records of Past Week Show Pin Smackers in More Advanced Stage. Lincoln bowlers displayed a general improvement in form the past week, this credited largely to cooler nights. Most leagues are now strung out for the long pen- ant chases with the Junior Chamber to open W’ith eight teams Monday at 7 p. m. On Friday night prospective members of the mixed doubles league, one of the peppiest of pin smashing organizations, met for the purpose of putting names on dotted lines. Dewet Pegler captured honors during the w’cek’s play as the be.st pin smacker, turning in tw'o stellar achievements, a 637 total and 243 top single with National Assurance in the Booster and a 633 top total with 244 single w'ith Bob’s in the Elks loop. In the Husine.ss Men’s league, Midwest Roofing copped high team total of 2784 w’ith Lautenschlager pulling prize three-game individual of 580 follow’cd by Tony Bli.sh, of Unger’s, w'ith 578. Gertrude Wendelin collected 562 pins for her three games with Modern in the Ladies league and topped her fine evening's performance with single game of 201. Capital pulled dow'n high team total with 2299. L. F. Hollweg, left, and F. M. Brigham, back from a three day fishing trip at (Jttertail lake, Minn., display their catch of 22 wall eyed pike weighing from 3».a to 5 pounds. ChlcRKO .......................... (HMI 002 04x—6 Runa: White, Ochrlngcr, Owen, Simmon.««, Haaa 2. Appling. Kreevlch. Hayea. Krror: Cochrane, (lehrlnger, Oreenberg, Simmona. Haas. Apphng. (irube. Rtjns batted In: Cochrane. Bonura 2, Haaa, Orube 3. Two has« hit; C<Khr«ne, Boniira, C.ehrlnger, Gnibe. Home run: Haas. Stolen base: White, Gehrlnger. Kreevlch Doubl* play: Bonura (una.«slsted). Left on base: Detroit 8, Chicago 6. Base on balls; Off Bridges 4, Jonea 4. Strikeouts; By Bridges 3, Jones ». Wild pitch; Jonea. Umpire«: Morlarty, Quinn and Marberry. Time 2:00. SF.COND GAME. Detroit .................. 200 400 011—8 12 1 ChicagJ ........................ OiKl 012 000-3 9 1 Batteries: Rowe, Ijiwson and Hayworth; Stratton, Salvesori and iihea. Indiana Win Bair. CLEVELAND, (API. The Indians won both end.s of a doubleheader with the St. Louis Browns Saturday, taking the second with the aid of Hal Troaky a 2«th home run of the season, 7 to 3, after blanking the Brown« 3 to 0 in the flrat game. St. l.g)uia ab h o a| Cleveland ab h o a Ijiry as 4 13 UC.alat er rf 4 12 0 Burns lb 4 2 7 0 Hughes 2b 4 114 Bolters If 4 110 Averlll cf 4 3 3 (I Coleman rf 4 14 0 Vosmik If 3 0 2 0 Maezera cf 4 0 3 0 Hale 3b 4 0 0 2 Hemaley c 4 0 .5 t Trosk\ lb 4 0 14 0 ('lift 3h 3 1 1 2 K'k’b’keraa 3 2 2 7 Carey 2b 3 0 0 1 Gaibark c 3 13 0 Andrew« p 2 0 0 2 Harder p 2 10 0 West 1 I O 01 Van Atta p 0 0 o l' second quarter Coach Bible’s ball carriers had actually lost nine more yards than they had gained in the period while Chicago had netted 84 yards, 13 of which were on pas.ses. But the complexion of the game changed as the third period got imder way. Numerous substitutions from the Nebraska bench soon began to take their toll and Chicago’s tiring forw’ards could not stand the pace. Maroon Threat Falls. Chicago’s only serious threat other than its lone scoring effort in the .second quarter came early In the final chuckker. Starting on their own 29 and w’ith Bartlett and Schuessler lugging the apple along W’ith an occa.sional flip by Jay Berw’anger, our guests found them.selves on the Nebra.ska 12 yard stripe and a first and ten. Lehnhardt could make only tw’O yards on as many tries and Les McDonald knocked down Bcr- wanger’s pass before it really got under way. Johnny Richardson, subbing at right end, snuffed out the rally by Intercepting Berw’an- ger’s desperate pas.s on the 5 yard marker, Douglas Looks Good. Frequent fumbles, usually prevalent In early .season gamo.s, cost the Huskers at lea.st one touch- dow’n and a whale of a good chance for another. Jerry LaNoue, w'ho unfortunately had a nightmare of an afternoon, w’as the STAHD Detroit N. York ('lev and Boston .AMERICAN I.EAOl E. w 1 pt'f.l w 1 pri. 9.1 ft« .624 Chicago 72 78 4St) 88 .ft» ..ft»9 Wath ton «7 8ft .441 «1 70 , 53 « St. l.i>uia 64 86 .427 77 74 .fttO Phirphla 67 »1 38» NATIONAL I.EAOl E, w I pet.I W 1 pcL Chicago 100 53 .6.54 Brooklyn St. IxJUiS 95.58 ,«2t Cln ci tl 67 84 ,441 N. Y'ork 90 61 .596lPhl'pht« «4 88 .431 ntts’gh 8.5 66 .563 Boston 37 114 .24» • seemed to improve the cause ia that section. The final statistica gave the Hu.sker.s an advantage all the way around. They outdow’ned Chicago 14 to 12. netted 254 yard.s to the Maroons’ 239 and completed 3 out of 12 passes for a gain of 20 yards to the Big Ten team’.« 2 completions out of 13 tries for 31 yards. Summary: Nebraska— Scherer .................... I« . .. . Shlrey ......... It .... Williams ........ I k .... Morrison .................. o ......... Hubka ...................... r* .... Heldt ......................... rt .... Dohrmsnn ............... rm .... Bauer (C) «ih . ,., LaNoue .................... Ih ... Cardwell ................ rh ... Francia .................... fb ... Score by period«; Chicago ............................. Nebraska ............................... Touchdown; Berwanger, —Chicago Perret* .......... Wright Jordan Whiteside Mie« , ........... Bush C.lllerlam N\qul*t (C) Berwanger ... . Bartlett . ... SUonlnf 0 7 0 0— T 7 7 7 7-2S Cardwell .•», The two great stars distinguished themselves: neither fell below par. If one climbed a few notches above, the other did not rràirirèid I suffer in comparison. Thirty thou- Orand Island at Hastlnia, Ponca at I oj. seventy thousand fans in I Harttngton, H«rvard a* Edgar. Holbrook I , It won’t b* Ioni, now, The w-ild- ' ! “¿IriT/on wbeth“ ewt o “ w«t fowl has started moving out of Kunhall. W.yr« .t Laurei, L-Xlniton at on the part of tw’o stellar backs. Cardwell did more because more waa to be done if the Huskers were to walk home with the bacon. Watknia If J Moore rf Camini lb Allen cf Todd c Holden e Wilson c Vergex 3b Gomex as Mulcahy p Prim p 4 2 0 6 Btrtpu 3b 3 0 5 2 Skaff 3b 2 0 0 2 Boyle cf 1 0 0 2 Cooney rt I Jordan 2b I Sherlock 3h ! Ijopex c I Karashaw p j I.«onard p 10 0 0 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 o 3 110 2 110 4 2 8 1 10 3 0 4 2 10 110 0 2 0 0 0 3 12 0 2 0 13 2 1 U (I 4 18 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Canada Five inches of snow COV- Mind«n. Utchftell at Ravenna. inoiii J a I * flu i« (Ho Kearnty at North Platte, Lodgepole at 1 play ered the ground last week in the potter, ve digr« at Lynch. Lvon* at dc - haci, Athabavka country in northern calur, imperial at McCook Siapleton at an,« é »..a (w. Alani Mema, Rosalie a» Macy, Neligh at New- Alberta. and in northern Mam- Grove. Santee at Niobrara, Naponee toba, and it started the ducks at Bhwmington nn Bniithvvarri Orlean« at Republican City. Oakland and gee.se on ineir SOUinwarn w.Uhlll WUaonvilie at Oxford. Cner- hop. The temperature droppim ton at tlwood Wymore at Pawnee Cttv. down into the twenties. Imeraon at Pender, Platt.mouth at Valley. Sterling Schuyler. Ru.ihviUe at The Nebraska ace had the sup- at Peru piep, Piiger at | porting edge. He had Sam Francis One Lure. Two Fish. I Ru.ihviUe at valentine. Red Cloud at i i'* ready to pick up three, - = 8 ui>erior. Yorfcc reserves ml r#- ntx or nine yards whcn ncoded. Arthur Donovan, city clerk of aervea, Shubert at Sacred Heart (Falla r'ntild relv not onlv on Sam’s cer- r^nlral Citv found that all the city». Stuait at Bprlngvlew, HtUer Cre*k ' noi oniy on irmm 8 ter central i uy. louna inai an inc ^ talnty in a yardage way but on his bass haven t oeen laKcn irom nj goutu sioux cu». Tekamah a« i gifted toe which booted punts far ! ake KrlCHOn. He caught two bar s. Stanton. Summerfleld, Kat «« T«bie I ^ , w Rerwanirer and .I - »..„I R»K:k at pawnee City (Wedneadav« wii- an»» away xrom tserwanger ana their total wtight lu ihs pouna», woibach at lagm. wauneta ; which sent the oval above the on one lure. He wa.s trolling. m Bud^.j»v. | crossbar with mathematical cer- I • ------- tainty. And Jerry I.aNoue, show- ago. Three counties which have ing a bit of nervousness after a Total« 33 8 24 lo; Total« 42 17 27 7 Philadelphia ......................... 000 010 001— 2 Brooklyn .............................. 110 052 12x—12 Run«: Bordagary 3, Frey 2, Bucher. Mill«. I.e«lle, Skaff. Boyle. Sherlock. Earn- ahaw, Camllll. Allen. Error; Frey. Vergex. Run« batted In: Vergex, Bucher, Eamshaw 2, Frey 3, Strtpp, Jordan. Skaff, Cooney, Allen. Two base hit: Vergex 2. Bordagary. Frey. Camllll. Allen. Three haae hit; Skaff. Home run- Frey. Left on baae: Philadelphia 6. BrcK»klyn 7. Baae on ball«: Oil Earnahaw 2 Strikeout!: Off Earnahaw 8, Leonard 2 Hit«: Off Mulcahy 10 In 4 innings (0 out In fifth). Prim 7 In 4, Earn- ahaw 4 In 8. I..eon«rd 2 In 1. Hit by pitcher; By Mulcahy (Jordan) W’lnnin* pitcher: Earnahaw. Ixianig pitcher: Mulcahy. Umpire«; Moran and Magerkurth. Time 1:45. Total« .33 T 24 8 Totals .3t 9 27 13 West batted for Andrew« In eighth. St. Louis ............................... (KMI 000 000—0 Cleveland .................................... 200 oOo lox—3 Runa: Gslatzer, Averill, Knickerbocker. F.rror; Harder. Kuna batted In; Avenll 2, C.arliark. Two base hit: (ftileman, Har»ler, Burn«, Knlckertiocker. Hughea. Home run; Averill. Sacrifice: Harder. Double play; Knickerbocker to Ilughea to Trosky, Hughes to Knickerbocker to Troaky, Van Atta to Hemaley to Butna. Lett on baae: St. Ixuta 6. Cleveland 6. Base on balls: Off Van Atta 1. Strlkeotita: By Andrews 3, Harder 2. Hits; Off Andrews 7 In 7 Inning«, Van Atta 2 in 1 Inning. Passed ball: Garbark. Ixising pitcher; Andrews. Umpire«: Owens, Kolia and Ormahy. Time 127. SECOND G5ME. St. l/Mtls .................. 002 000 010-3 7 0 ClevelfiDd . . ,. . . 022 030 OOx-7 14 0 The Journal quint showed 2,719 i pins for high team total in the j .\ata. a’« nivWe. Commercial league. Capt. Harry ! P hiladelphia ( api . Behind the ef- Graves setting the pace tor his • i,■'.CAfniX..'¿"i.’’,,. teammates W’ltn a 584 total and ond game ot « douOleheader Saturday after two games in the select “200” ¡«'''nk the first, & to 4. m eleven inning. 1 tA- ■ 4 »wond game was railed at the end of class. Knights of Columbus tn« «ixth because ot darknes«. knocked off high single game with 953. Pat Burt of Penn-Continent was top individual in the Commercial with three game total of 611. Hi.s best game was 215. Peterson, department of public works star, shot a 220. Art Westerberg, Lincoln Laundry, had high single for the league with 232. In the Banner league, Dutch Mill copped high team total with 2.718. Clyde Long, shooting with that aggregation, drove in with 599 , top three-game individual total while Sam Wertheimer grabbed high single with ‘225. National Assurance had high team total in the Booster with 2.847 with State Tires running up 1,007 pins for high single. Next to Pegler's fine performance, came Art Brown with a 235 single for State Tires. Lloyd Stone, with Dittman’s grabbed himself a .snug 597. Liberty, with 2,530 pulled in high team total in the Elks league. Next to Pegler, carne Benny Fogelson with a 602 individual total for City Club. At 2 p. m. Sunday a special match will be staged at the Lincoln parlors between Robin Hood of Grand Island and Bob’s Coffee of Lincoln. Frnncls. Try for point; Berwanger,, iJvNoue 2, Francis 2. Siibstltuttona: Chicago- G Peteraen f«u Glllerlain. Fitzgerald for Skonlng, Lein, ^ , hardt for B.irtletf. Sapptngton for Wrlithl, goat on several of the bobble.S ixx for G. rcter.ien, Schueaaler for Ber- nnH Tarlr DrvM whn had itist ' wanper. ’rhomaa lor Hu*b. Hoaworth tor ana jaCK uotia, wno naa | ^-..nuiai. VVhltney for Boeworlh. \VlL .n l-.r pounced on a Maroon fumble, | .»appinglon. WoUa..n for Wrlpht. \Vliee)er kicked away a .scoring chance on | ^ whtteaw^^^^^ "ioi I ji N ouc , Amen lor Dohrmanii, McDonald for Scherer. EMnge for Uardwell, McGinnis for Hubka, Peter* for WilHama, the very next play. And now a word about .some of the pinchhitter.s, Ron Douglas, for instance, fitted in remarkably well W’hen Sara FrancLs wa.s forced to leave the scene of battle in the first quarter Hi.s punting was on j a par with Berwanger’.s and on ' uam; umpire, im UHrnthcr*, iiiinoi •several ocra.sions he w’as success- ‘ ‘ y.npllah for Morrlaon. Ellla for .shlrey, Mehring for Morrison, Holmbeck for Heldt, Howell for Bauer, Flasnlck for Mcfllnn!«, Dohertv for .Shlrey. Dovle for Holmbeck, Richardson for Amen, Ibnld for Eldnge, ful in booting the ball out of bounds deep in Maroon territory. Ken McGinnLs of Ord, Bob Benson of Pender, John Richardson of Lincoln, Le.s McDonald of Grand Island and Jack Ellis of Omaha all performed well. Statistics Favor Scarlet. Bernle Scherer and hted Shirey kept the left side protected and reinforcements on the right wing heart lliu <rnaii. Sec Tavlor, Ottawa, field Jurtpe. Pat Mason. Rinkhiir)»». NEW LOCATION 930 So. 27th St. LINCOLN HAT 1^5507 WORKS F5507 Wash'gtnah h 0 af Phlla. ab h n a Kuhel lb ft 0 9 2 X’eerson *s 52 3 2 Bluege 3b 6 2 3 .ft Uramer cf 30 3 0 Myer 2b 2 13 1 Sti' der 2b 5 3 ft 3 Travis If « 2 3 2 Foxx It. 4 1 4 2 I Bolton c ft 0 7 2 Johnson If 40 4 0 Powell cf ft 3 2 1 Finney rf52 7 0 Kress ss 5 114 Newsome 3b 52 4 1 Marlon rf 4 110 Patton <■ 4 2 2 3 Btone rf 1 0 0 0 UtH'hurch p 3 10 2 Newsom p 1 0 2 0 Richards110 0 1 Russell p 1 0 0 2 Ueber p1 0 1 1 i Totals 41 10*31 19 Total« 40 14 33 14 •One out when winning run scored; Richards battedlor Upchurch In ninth. Washington ....................... 000 01000.300 4 Philadelphia ..................... 000 (HIO 10301—6 There may be a slight revision in the phea.sant hunting map It was printed here a few weeks FOOTBALLS $5.00 Footballs on Hale $ 2^5 Each HELMETS 14 and $5 Helmets $350 Each BOTH’ GYIH SUITS $1 10 LINCOLN L tPORTINCl GOODH lit North 13th CO. Comparative Hitting. bi'i. n allowed only the single ten i year’s layoff, accounted for some day . oason have asked that they nice gains when they contributed be allowed to remain open for to the scoring of points. the extra five day period in No- -------- vcmber. Their petition, will be: Tho.se Nebraska linemen, taken up by the commi: .ion later, i whether counted as first stringers Watch your daily new .qiaper for or life savers, were on their toes, the decision. They showed green in spots because they are green. Let no man say, howver, that they waited for the play. They were in there charg- S:t;ing ime ymmz buff.lo bull.. Line lofielda. Detroit Greenberg, lb .. (••hriRgir 3 b Co hrane c .... Rueell. sa ......... 0 ««!, I'.b .... •'htrago— Martnett, c . .. Heranan. 2b .... H*.:k 3b . .. Cavarretta, lb . Jurges aa ab r h rbl (k»5 I Ju 302 t«9 S-t)5 U’l) 193 lot 4i . »3 129 4« 543 88 1..1 78 47ft 133 68 «b r n rbl 413 «T 143 91 Aft ft 112 322 84 431 7ft 132 SS3 «5 l.>3 514 49 124 67 i improvement over a year ago waa ‘ 3’,4 one of the thief topics among '24 those who paid for the privilege ^ 7 * I of toplcking. This line of endorse- 2 Ik- ment was in tribute to the work ^ 4 ^ of the old master of linemen. Link ■39 ' Lyman himself. 314 ' Platters Drub Cambridge. EMEAS.A.VT SF.ASKIN E«»K 193». Datea. Get. 20 to Ort. 39. inclusive In tb* following counties: Artams, Antelope, Arthur, Banner, Btolne, Boone, Bovd, Brown. Buffalo. Burt. Butk-i, Cedar, «’haae, Cheyenne, Clay, Col'ax, Cuming, Uuater, Dakota, Dawson, [»euel, Dixon. Dortg«, Dundy, Fll- more. Frontier, Furnas, Garden, Garfield, Giieper, «'.rant, Greeley, Hall, Hamilton, Hayea, Hltchc«>ck, Hoit, Hooker, Howard, Kearney, Ke.th, Keya Paha. Kimball, Knox, Lincoln, I-ngan. lx>up, Madison, Mc- Phers«in, Merrick, Mornil, Name. Perkin«, Pierce, Phelp« PiStte. Polk, Red Willow, RiHk. Saline Saundera, Scottahluff. Seward. Sherman Stanton Thoniaa. Thurston, Valley. Wayne, Wheeler. York.; all that part of Sioux county aouth of the government ditch, and Pleaeant Hill, Gooae creek and Elsmere precinct« In Cherry «jounty. Get. 36 (11 IB. Inclusive and from Nov. 17 to Nov. 31, liieliialve, in the following counties; Anielop*-. Cedar, Dakota. Dixon, «lar­ den, Keith, Knox, Unjoin, Morrill. Pierce Scottah uff, Thurston, Wayne, and all of that part of 8*oux county south of the government ditch. Bag and posaeaelon limits; Bag limit, 5 birds, of which two may be hens. Possss- alon limit: S bird«, of which two may bs hens. HiMMtlBg Hours, 7 a in »• scnaet each «lay. .Note While regulation« permit the kill- Hg of a hens, this Is done only to savs birds shot by mistake, and all hunters art urged to co-operate by not intentionally shooting nans Muni#rs deliberately shooting hens and leaving them In fields or giving them awav will b# prosecuted to the full extent of the law fede'-al laws are ineffective and should be disregarded. There la no open aesson on ruddy, buffla- head and wood t urka. sgl IBKEI, DPEN KEAUDN. Dates Oct. 1 to I»ec. .31. inclusive. Bac and P < bession Limita. Bag, 10. I’Ob ■-•»aitin 1(1. Ruri-iMiii and OiMtiaiim Open Heawin. Tiwles; Nov. 16 lo i*‘«b. 15 next ensuing. Bag and Possession l imits; Bag 3. DlfV » H bfo open season on dove« in Nehrsaka. State laws prohibit shouting of doves In Nebraska therefore game commission cannot oi>en seaion ailho Icderal regulation permit same. Ft K.ftllTh. All persons hunting must have a hunting permit. I'lTce 11.10 for reHldenis, 110 and up fur nonresident a, c« pending on the state •r which they ilve. For »sample* Kansas 110, Iowa lift. South Dakota 115. Missouri fio. Uolorado 110. While the Nebraska require« the wearing of a badge In which the hunting permit la placed, this vill n«H become effective until Jan. 1, 193« therefi re, carry your permit In your pocket or on person until badge Is available Misceltaneuua Information. Decoy• No live decoys permitted for ducks or geese huntli.g. Floaters or other artificial decoys may )•« used Baiting: No b.utlng permitted. Guns: No guns larger than 10 gauge can be used in hunting game birds Automatic and repeating gun magaxmea must bs plugged so that not more than two shells tar. bs placed in magexinee and one In the chamber while hunting migratory waterfowls. Blinds Bl.nds must be locate«! not more Iha.v 100 feet ifitm the »Hetrm .me of the lake river or island in #he river. Uas of Power or Motor Boats Not per- mtssibls for bunting migratory water- KuriH; Newsome 2. Ihitton, Finney, Johnson, Kuhel, Myer, BlucKe, Marlon, Error; Snyder 2. Runa t.atted In: klarton, Bluege, Travla 2, Newaume, Patton 2, Richard«, Peer»»in. Two baae hit; Foxx, Ulahurch, Kiuege, Travis, Patton, Peeraon. Home run Marion. NewHome. Stolen base; Bluege. Sacrifice; Newsome. Double play: Bluege to Kuhel I«» Bolton, Travla lo Bolton. .Snyder lo Foxx. Ie*fi on baae: Washington 11. Philadelphia lU. Base on balla; Of. .Newaome 4, Ruaaell 1, tJ|»church 6.-' Lleber 1 Strikeouts: By Newaome 4, Ruaaell 1. Up»hurch I, lueber 1. Hit«: Off Newaome 11 in 8 1-3 Innings, Rutaell 3 In 2, Up«’hurch 8 In 9. Lleber 2 In 2. Paaeed balU Bolton. W'lnnlng pitcher: Lleber. luising pitcher; Russell. Umpires: Summers, McGowan and Donnelly. Time 2 : 10 . SECOND GAME. Washington ......................... 3«! 112 8 IS 0 Philadelphia ....................... 000 000—0 4 1 Batteries; X-lnke and Holbrock; Veach and Patton, Richards. berwanger ’ goes OVER TO COLLECT MAROON COUNTER (ContlnuPfl from Page 5-A.) back juggled the ball on the 8 -yard line with a clear track to the promised land. A moment later another Berwanger toss went haywire and Nebraska took possession on its 20 yard marker. Nebraska, Incidentally, converted on all four of its goals from placement. Jerry LaNoue kicking tw’o and Francis tw’o, Berwanger also made g(Kxl on his lone effort, thus actounting for all of Chicago’s points. Chicago Starters Strong. Chicago, H 8 advance press no- tlce.s stated, prc.stnteU a strong starting eleven but as soon as the first stringers began to tire the Maroon cause wilted away. At the half when the Huskers were leading by a slender 14 to 7 margin, the Maroons actually outplayed their Scarlet fuel, particu- ularly in the second period when Cardie's long run was about the only credit on Nebraska ledger. At half time Chicago had out- downed Nebraska 7 to 5; it had gained 14« yard* by rushing to Nebraska’« 87 yards while in the I Bought My Hunting Equipment During Sears’ 49th Anniversary ...and SAVED! 57 '.111 ! The offense shot fire like a 4th of July sparkler. The defense needs toning, t^lng and a bit of pro- NORTH PLATTr .North P,s.,# Bue. • I"f ! Dste. Ovt 21 to .Nov 19 inclusive, rt.'«« tackert up their ae« nd v •i.rv of! Victor regardleis ox odds, out inia j Where to Hunt. All counties in Nebraaka ^ the sewaon here KrMay by rteteatmg am- spjnt mUSt SUltsin itself. It muit escept ’hoae portions that are within game j J*”” ?;im ”r:"teek"V«.'''’?h"' Pisu :not bog down next week. It must i “Sfag‘.mTPo..«..l«m Limiu^ |a. i “nC^latu r rv Mmneaot« ••Duck, la «*., 4 . amp. is Fo.s...lb;i > count,.«* h.Murrc«Vh*‘iv-rn revival. It must aisert itself iol ¡i. open ward to a ««rung bid for u.e myth :ai ' next Fsturdsy agslnst Ames. It ; 7 » Ttt to 4 p m dally, except Piatte 1 must be that spirit W'hich takes its «ver. (S*e Information below on Platte assignments as they comf-ln reg- ; hubting duck. ..... uiar (Iride without surrender or and other migratory wai.rfowl mutt have lotdown ’ federai duck alamn price II. Thla is ob- leiUOVtn, I UiniNi irum noitoffic# j ‘The law« s,»BirolMng hunling of migra- i S«t)ti«b)uif conni •» hunttng <an he done A Start ol this sort should not tory watei(<>wl are fixed by the federal au-| «l inng regu ar h<»ur« ».t touh fur ea« h ‘ n.Tinit iinl#*» due to aunerior I ihoritlee The .Nebraexa Game «•oBimiaeion i open «.aa«n The Putite rlv.r, and for ten • . » t s do*« not ill the open aeaaon nor the bag rods on each »»de of river, t elf ICiCUCy Oll the part of a foe. lor poss«>«loii UuiU. SUt« la«s euatraiy toieuuuly, IS closed at aU Utuee. :,tat# t'tle i Hasting« Stops Bladen. I BLADEN N-ib. Tfi. BU'1.r> high , gridnier. íuíi-r. 1 iti; Kfc.'uri ! e'.r-Aight r»v.real of the ».ïi"" here whi-ti ; the etrong Hesiinsir. l.if.m ■..t p-t-.-k the I lo-cals 12 s! Psesci t*a'.cd ihï w»> : ,r ¡both T,*.r seres. Bladcii'a next geme 1 »S at Lawieuce k >'<tev lessons for hunitnr Ther«f(,rc during 1936 aeaaon d >ks. xeeee. pheasants, rabbits SPd aqui-reis muni not be h'jnisrt after 12 •) clock (»all , ot uny rta . that le «p«n (or ihe I'lrd or animat sought. This sppiies to the norm und w,uth branches of the Ptaiie rivet, nnrt within ih# permanent (lr>ort banks ot the airean in Vlorrllt and u> Garden EMPLOYERS LABOR DEMANDS FILLED AT ONCE Call us for your netds. NATIONAL Re-employment Service u. « Dept 929 O St. of Labor. B7047 Ranger Repeating Shotgun $2495 $5.60 Down IS SO Month Small Csrryltifl Charge Ail wurkiiiir iwr»« chrome vana.lluin 6t<*#*l Wujnut e»o< k whh piHtuI gl’lD I«ml f«/ieuilll. HpeclHl Steel l.'^hiMi Hiid blued. Hix «hot. hioiinicrl-e.“. Hltdfi ai tloti «-jei tiou. Uhambered for shell« líj» to 2)* Im hea long. Said on »•««y termi. Mallard Shells 59c Mallard! Finest quality the ils. Special, box of 25. Cleaning Outfit 59c fnrludep ram rod, brass cleaner, iwah, ran Cro«« '’'■(jntry oil. ami gun f reft.-te. Avail- iole flit all a«»'* .410 ga. to 12 ga Canvas Gun Cas€ ..... 78c Hunting Boots ....... .$2,98 Hunting Caps ............. 59c Single Barrel Hunting Coats .............$2 98 Shot Gun $6.98 Gun Oil . Hunting Vests . Hunting Sox .. 25c Telescope Sight, 98c 4-power ........... $10.95 39c Leather Gun Case -------- $3 49 •fUn SEARS. ROEEiyCK AND'CO 10th ci u bts. Linc-lr, Nchr. 12236868

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