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FOUR. THE LINCOLX SUXDAT STAR—SUXDAY. SEPTEMBER HT. 19¿S. SI’ SlIIOT BAYLOI'S B[AIS Texas Eleven Outclassed By Rockne’s New Notre Dame Team. Eigfit Horsemen Show Off In Parading Down Field To Six Touchdowns. Bend. -Notre ( ARTIBB FIHI.D, South Ind.. Sept. 26.—tl. N. S.)Dame not only had four horsemen prancing on Cartier field today, but eight, and the combined efforts of these new stars of Rockne resulted In a. 41 to 0 victory of the national champlon.H over the Baylor university Bears of Waco, Tex. ¡Shortly after the game opene<l. it wa.s apparent that Notre Dame’s running attack would level the southwe.stern conference title-hold- cr.s. Then Rockne .started to experiment. lie aimed to keep the score down. But the new horsemen and ponle.H would not li.sten. They ran pell-mell all over the field for five touchdowns. Flashed New Stars. If Rockne bemoaned the loss of Stuhldrehcr, Daydon, Crowley and Miller, he should do so to laugh. Kdwards, Hearndon, <>’Boyle Enright, Hanousek, Scharcr, Prelll, Flanigan and Dahman are able suc- ces.sor8. These men were brilliant today. Baylor fought admirably. Its defense was feautrcd by it.s 200- puund line. Cisco, who was one of the stars In Baylor's lineup, was injured in the third quarter and taken to a local ho.spital. 11 ft not known how seriously he was Injured. Scored in Ten Minutes. Notre Dame rcgl.stered n touchdown before the game was ten minutes old. It resulted from a forward pass, Etiwards to O’Boyle, a twclve-^Tird run by Enright and 0 nine-yard pass over the line. O’Boyle kicked the goal. Flanigan prodiiced the second touchdown on a flve-yar<l run after he and Hanousek had flashed some splendid ball carrying. I'relll showed that he la a capable successor to Jimmie Crowley when he cracked off thirty-four yards for the third touchdown. Hearndon Twice Over Goal. Hearndon duplicated I’reUi’s open fiebl gen» when ho scooted twenty yards for another touchdown. A short time later he duplicated the feat, Dahman starred In Notro Dame’.s l,ok touchdown. He picked u for- V ar<? pa.ss from Riley and dashed thirly-slx yards for the score; Lineup and Summary. Notre D.ime, 41— I’os. Baylor Crowe (e) le ...................Taylor Boland ............ It.........................Cisco Morelli ........................Ig.......................lUley Maxwell .......................e ...Walker (c) Mayer ........................rg.............Hart zu« MeMannon ...............rt..................J'orter Wallace ......................re.................Jone.s Edwards ........... qb.........................Fall o'Boyle ......................Ih............Strickland Hearndon ............. .rh.....................Kelley Enright .......................fb...................Coates Score by perl(»d«: Notre Dame ............. Bavlor ............ 'rouibdown-i pan O'Boylii, 1‘oint after Sebarer, lloa<'h. Referee—Blreh. Cmplre—iJrif- fith. Field Judge—Haekett. Mead- llnesman—Young. Sulestllutlon» Sehurer fvm Ed- wartls, Riley for Sebarer, Hanousek for Enright, Wynne for Hanousek, Dahman for llearmlon, I’relll for Dahman, Flanigan for O’Boyle, Benda for Crowe, Rrgall for Wal- laee,' Borlnger for Maxwell, Red Smith for Morelli John Smith for Mayor, Whelan for Morelli, Ed I’ruwe for lohn Smith, Murrln for Bortnger. ^ Creighton Smotheri Midland. FUPLMONT, Neb.. Sept. 20.—(I. S.)—t'oach Chet Wynne’s t’r»dghton Bluejays had little difficulty in winning the season's first football game of any coasequenre I>layed in Nebraska this season when they «an up a 33 io 6 score against .Midland here this after- ao*»a. The Älitlland team held the Creighton iJeven to thirteen points durttvg the first half, hut t'oaeh Houser’s defense weakened In the Mi'cond half and the Blueja<is piled up twenty tallies. The .Midland «core came from a touchdown early in the third quarter and the trial for goal was wide. High SCIKSM FOOT At Curtis—Curtis Agcif«. 94; Grant, 0. At Cambridge—Cambridge, 60; Wauneta, 0. At Iluidrege—Hold rege, »»; Htock- Tllle, 0. At liiiTld tity—David City, 43; Strorosburg, 0. At Norfolk—Norfolk, 57; South Sioux i tit,». S. I .\t Norfolk—Kiittle Creek, B; Norfolk ' reserve«..'0. .Vt llarlinKton—Ifartington, 6; Vank- ton. ,S. !>., 6. -At -Nelson—NHson, 14; Hebron .\ead- emy, 0. At O»«‘eola—Oi*ee«>la, 6; LI i ' ioms *, 0. ,%t Kayard—Bridgeport, 1»; Bayard, 0. -At I.aurrJ—l^iiirel, 12; Í oleridge, 0. At Benkleman—Benklenian, 4B; Trem- ton, 0. At Culbertiton — CulbertjHin, 0; rall- Mde, 0. At Albino—Albion, 37; Oakland. 0. At ( ozad—Coaa«l. .33; (iibbon, 0. ■At Stanton—.Stanton. 35; .Mmllson, 0. At ItMuieroft—Bancroft 7; AA’altliill, 0. -At Beatrice—Beatrii.'« reaervea, 13; Dewitt. 7. At Connell Bluff», la.—Thomas Jefferson, 20; IMattsmouth, 0. At North IMatte^North I'latte, 73: Famant, 0. At Sidney — Sidney, H; Sterling, Colo.. 13. At Franklin—Franklin, IB; Alumni, 0. At Allburn—Auburn^ 36; Iluinboldt, 0. At ftiiide IPK'k—truide Uoek, 13; Red CAoud, 0. At AA inmdiago—VAAiinebago, 13; l>e<^ tur, 0. .At Pender—I.yons, 27; Poixler, 0. At .Arapahoe—Oxfortl, 21; AratMihoe, At Big Springs—Holyoke. Colo., 7; Big Springs, 0. .At C rofUm—Crofton, 12; Bloomfleid, 0. II N m D El 1 J Thompson, e Usa.s .............. ' arey, t f . . , uyler, rf .. Harnhsrt, If Moore. 2 b ... Wright, as . . Grantham, lb Smith, 0 —. Aldrldxe, p .. Bighe» .............. Total« ................................32 Ha«e< batted for Thompson In ninth; Btghoe batted for .Aldridge In ninth. New York .................3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—4 Pitt.sburgh ...................0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0—3 Summary; Two-baso hit—Smith, Meii- a<’l. Three-hase hit Kelly. Stolen h^s-* -Krl.«ch, Carey. Douhel play-- Kelly to* Jackson to Terry. Baao on balls -Off Aldridge 2, off Barnea 5. Struck out — By Aldridge 4. by Bnrnea 2, Left on base—New York 5. Pittsburgh 7. Uni- pirt!«—li^iglcr, Moran and liart. .7 Î4 0 0 Heiirmlon Prelli, Dahman. touchdown D’Boyle 14 «—41 0 0 — 0 , Fhinl- Ctiampion Achieves Victory Over Bill Mehlhorn In Tourney Final. BY MERLIN MOORE TAYLOR. CHICAGO, Sept. 2«.—(I. N. S.)— Walter Hagen’s pro golf crown still WH.s perched firmly upon his head tonight This afternoon, while a driving rain beat down upon them, lightning x^lhved and thunder rumbled, he withstood the challenge, of BUI Mehlhorn of Westmoreland club (''hicago, and trlmed him 6 to 5 In ,tls of the Professional' Golf- ; the finals of the ProfeHslonal tlolf- ers iusociation tourn.iment at Olympia Fields. The heating wa.s the most decisive Hagen has given any of the men who opjiosed him in the tournament hut he was compelled to play par golf throughout and In the morning round, which he ended 8 up, he broke the «3 record for No. 4 course at Olvmpla with a ««. Champion At His Best. Hagen. despite the adverse weather, played the liest golf he had shown In the tournament. Hl.s putting, nothing t»> brag about In larlier rounds, was phenomenal In spots, de.spite the mml which clung to the b.HlI. But It had to be ,ofr .Mehlhorn consistently outdrove him and pressed him hard despite breaks that left him in the rough on frequent oeca.slons. On the thirteenth round, Hagen w’on the first, secomi, third, eleventh, thirteenth and fourteenth holes and lost the fifth, ninth and fourteenth. .Starting the afternoon round, 3 up. he lost the first hole but no more. He won the fifth, ninth, twelth and thirteenth. One Eagle, Two Bipdtea. He shot one eagle and two birdies and shot the other boles in imr. Mehlhorn had an eagle and four birdies and shot seventeen holes in Young, rf ............ Dftvlps. c ............ Crtreh, «« ..... .Vlpussl, If .......... Terry, lb .......... Koily, 2b .......... Houthworth, cf Llnd.Htrom, 31) . Snyder, c ............ Bentley ................. Devine, c .......... Kltzslnimons, p New ïo^j 'l|k . B R H PO 1 3 3 5 tì 2 3 0 2 0 1 I A E 0 0 Totals3 8 27 5 0 Thompson. 3b Carey, cf .... Cuyler, r£ ... Barnhart. If •Moore, 3b ... Wright, ss ,. (tranthiim, lb Gooch, c .... Morrison, p . Btghec .............. Sheehan, p . . Totals .......... Bentley batted for Si .....................36 IfUsburgh. AB R H PC A E 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 31 0 4 27 8 2 yder in seventh; Bentley batted for Sa.vder in seventh; nighr« batted for M^ptlsou in eighth. .New York ....................0 0 0 0 0 n 2 1 0 3 Pittsburgh ....................0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 .Summary; Two-baso hit—Bentlc”, .southworth. Base on hall.*« -Off Fitzsimmons 2. off Morrison 1. Struck out — By Fitzsimmons 2, by Morrison 6. Left Umpires—-Moran, Hart and Higler. White Sox Grab 2 Games From Beantown Club BCtSTON, Sept. 26.—'.'hlcsgo had little trouble In taking both gsme.s of a doubleheader from the Red Hnx this afternoon. K to 6 and 6 to 0. Ted l.yons Hnmzed his twentieth victory of the «es«on and a shutout beaidos. The scores; 4 hieago. AH R H PO DOANE SQUAD BEFORE THE CAMERA. A rousing year in the football camp of the Done college Tigers looms ahead, according to advices from the Crete campu.s. Coach Ward Hayleft has a squad out for the dally jtractlce ses.slons which, .so far as pertajns to numbers, la a record-breaker at Duane. Personnel of the squad, as indicated by the camera, follows: Upper row—Burdick, Urbach, Swartz, Overturf, Bovey, Swan.st»n, Brown, Sanderson, Simon, France, Noyce, Coach Haylett, Buainess Manager Huffman, As.slstant Manager lAiine, Assl.stant Coaòh King, Assistant Conch Gausman. ' | Sedond row; Skelton. Pallet, Sheer, Parks, Sander.son. Peterson, Wolf, Spiclman, Nunul.st, McKenzie, Radford, Peterson, Skelton, Taylor, (''aptain Bay<«r, Zimmerson, Parker Third row—Klbler, Phil Taylor, Baldwin, Kensonbrock, Adams, Cornett, Roland, W. Alf, Rezubek, H. Alf, Walker, Hopper. Warkow, Ablott, Easter, Booth. Weitzei, .Telinek Browns Pound Ball to Defeat World Champs 'WASHINGTON. Sept. 26.^Hard and timely hitting gave the Browns a victory over Washington here today, 9 to 7. The score: AB Bennett, If Gerber, ss .. Sisler. lb .. .Tacohson, cf McManus. 2b E vhii . s , rf . . Dixon, c Robertson, Otard. p Vangllder, Bush 3b H PO 1 I 2 1 0 12 1 t Totals . . ................. 37 9 11 27 1 Bush batted for tllard In fourth. •S. Rice, rf ----- AD , . . 5 R 1 H « PO 3 A E 0 0 McNoely. tf . . . . 2 1 1 0 0 0 •lud«». Ib . . . . , . . 2 0 0 5 GoHlln, If .......... . . .. , . . 6 22 2 0 (T .1. Harrlss. Ib . ...., , . . 42 33 0 0 .s»v»r<*ld, c . . . . , . . 41 2 9 1 0 Htusre, 3b .......... . . . 4 0 0 t 1 0 1 1 .Sroll, OS ............ . ■ 3 01 0 Myors, »S .... . . . 0 00 0 0 0 Adam«. 2b .... . . . .1 (10 4 1 fi Thoiftas, p .... . . . 2 n 00 0 0 Kolly, p .............. .. .. 1 0 0 0 00 0 Veach ............... ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Lelbold ............ . . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 Tootals , . .367 11 27 7 l V«»a( h batted for Scott tn eighth ; Uelbold batted for Kelly In ninth. By innings: .... . .St. houis ..................... 0 1 00 4 3 1 0 0—9 Washington .......... 1 03000 0 3 0 7 Summary: Two-base hit—.Tacobaon, Dixon 2. Gerber 2. Three-base hii—Gos- lin. Sairlfic« hit—Gerber. Bennett. Strtick out By Thomas 6, by Glard 2, by Vangilder 4. by Kelly 1. BaS*« on balls—Off Thoma» 3. off Glard fl of Kelly 3. Stolen base—McManus. Evans 2, Sister. Wild pitch Passed ball—.Severebl 2. — Thomas 2. Moiitil, ft . . Hooper, rf . Harrett, 2b . Sheely, lb . 'Falk, if ----- Kainm, 3 b . D.avls, ss . . . Grahowski. c Eli wards, p lilanUenshlp, Totals Jenkins, If . Glagstead, cf Rosenthal, if Todt. lb ___ Protho, 3b . . Herrera, 2b . Welch. SB . . Rot brock, ss 0 3 4 2 0 0 1 It 2 3 2 0 Fast Time Made III Harness Card At Bladen Fair 8 13 27 11 0 ...............35 Itu«ion. AB R H PO 6 1 1 1 *^*Throughout the afternoon. Hagen shot cautiously, even on the tw-elth wh* n M* hlh*)rn put his apruach In the rough and Im.l no chance to win Yu^fh'Vf' the hole excei.t by a miracle. Mehlhorn outdrov-«* him again on the tUlrP'f’ntli ami last. Hagens approach Mas inastirful »nd the two puts required to «lown _ over the heavy green were carefully mtule. Mehlhorn’s second putt was I,ad and the liall sD'PPcd only an inch <»r HO from the cup. He knocked It In carelesly. and then held out hts hand to. the re<rowned cham- plur> Phillies Trim Cubs In Twelve Innings CHICAGO, Sept. 2 «. _ The Phillies won a 12-lnniug game from the Cl Cubs, t to 2. h«*re tcalay, I he 1 3 111 12 3 3 2:18. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 13 27 1.3 I tn fifth; fifth; Wll- IIPmftTETEi Betting Odds Favor Smoky City Outfit to Win World Series. BY HENRY L. FARRELL, .NEW YORK, S.pt. 2«. — tU. P ) .Money f;tvorlnfe I’lttHburgh 1«) la* a the- UuMhingion Henators In Hie woild’s s« rl*'M wa.s- tlu* first to ;ipp< .11 w hen two h« lting eommi* Moners in the financial «ilstrlrt an. nounci d th**y had fii.daO to off»*r at ev«'n money on tin* National league champion.- Home Waf-hlngton nion* . also tn oil- it:^ :!pp«ar;*n. < h>oklng f >r odds one le t i»t f'■ <*<*" wac off« r*‘«i u.-'alnst Id.aoo fha. Bm-ky Hftrrls would repciii hl^- p*-pular vi* lory of lasi icasaiii. Tin HliKht diiforvni-e m the s< n- . lim*-nt of the hoV - who ar«' »up pi." it to know why go! how tlies' ‘ bet iGlects* the [i.pular opinion; «111 tin « utetimc of til«. M-rle . at - : most an cv« n h<*t with tin hrrnk.- to i>< considered ¡ Big League Opinion Divided. iT'uctically all «»f tlu- .National i h .1 - U' in mg Of;. ' r. I play-un think' ti... iii< I’lrat«;; u dl win .tiid tln-y . will «puote the Hiiin«- laaaon« jour.;^- r ptav« rs arnl «pc«d .\inong tin ,\',n-i ii an league nnan- ngers, Connl* M n k and .Mtllt-i llaggin'« f< «I just IS «-«M lain that \\«nlunyton will win ag.iin, ht. i < aua«- II 1.« « Miiart r . i.d iin re « x - ' pfi n.’in, d team Th«' ith a lli.it tl- I’irali S la. k c ' irag Is ha-o «I upon t* • c »llMpsv 1 that tli*‘ ■ lul) ixpi il. nc d In .V'-r;«l | l*-c« iit jc iiH wlU'ii Ih-'V hi« w iqi with a fin*' l.an« •• to win the pen • iiiiH. There h-' i h <11 no Indication: oi irde in iln .»rt «ui of the <-luh tln.t I >. ;tr, howcv«T. ' The tndlvnlu...! hon ;r.s .«re I., g : tung to he p.i: a d . rouinl 4'ai '»««r l-'iadtag of the Jcf). * I'liv tcfliii w ««• one of th«* fit« ' u? the r I .n'-« 1 rop t h« ».coi;ni/.-*l cago «cor« Hand, ex Me« tz. »H . lA‘ae/l, cf . Wi Ightslone, Harp<-r, rf . Ftinsecn, lli ih-nilne, c . Huber, 3h .. Frlh*rg, Jh «’ar.«l.sou, p . Hawks, ... Mokan. if . Durnlng, Mit« h« H. • lb CPhh. P ... AB U 6 cf .5 . .« .« ,. 1 .1 «riia H H 1*0.V. K ill 2 0 0 0 0 021 0 1 2 4 0 0 0Ï 4 1 0 0 17 0 0 l 3 8 0 0 li3 h 1 1 (1 •» l ■» (1 0 II 1 Ï II 0 0 0 3 0 (1(I 0 Ü II 1 1 1 0 tl 0 II (14) 0 1 o 3 0 II 0 u il0 0 ' Ehmke, p ........................... 2 Fuhr, p ............................... 0 Farlyl«* ............................. 1 Boon«* .................................. 1 0 Wilhams .............. 1 0 Totals ............................39 5 Caryll«» battcit for W«*lch Boone batted for Stokes in liums batted for Ehmke in eighth. i’hicsfo ................. 01031300 0—8 Boston ................... 00104000 0—5 Summary ; Two-base hit—Grabowski, Ehmke, Glngstenrt, Roscnthali Three- bsse hit—J/>nkins. Stolen base—Honper. ,Shee!ey. Sacrlfli’e hit—Ehntke. Davis, .sheeiy. Kamm. la-ft on base -- «’hicago 11. Boat .«11 9. Base on balla—Gff E.l- warrta 1, off Hhmke 4, off Fuhr I. Hit btUaman—Moat 11 ainl Sheely by Ehmke. Struck out—Bv Edward« 1, by Blanken«hip 2, by Fuh* 1 VVIIi! pilch—Ehmke 2. Winning pit« her—Binnkenahlp. Losing pitcher—Ehmke. Umpires—Kowiantl, M< Gowan and Owens. 'I’otal» ...............48 I IG 30 to 1 11.«wk* hatted for H««n«l In seventh. DurnlnK butted for Carlson In ninth. Chicago. Adani.a. M.rtshr, «’f Frefe-au, 8h .lab.in. If .Mun .on, If «îrinun. Ih Htale>, 2h . Gonzah s, «■ i;i -k. . I« ... M<i«tll. cf Hoopsr, rf Hsrrett, 2b Sheely. lb . Falk. If . . . Kamm, 3b DilViH, B« . S< balk, «; . Lyons, p .. T.dals Jenkins, if Flagste».!. If Honenthai, if Todt. lb .... rtothro, 3b Ih'srera. 2b ., M elch, «« . .. Hi sc hoff, c . Wlngheid, p Chicago. AB .............. 4 6 ................. 4 ................. 5 ...............34 lioston. T.Mols I>\ lonhi : 1 'hll '«h liihi.i «'ilhof.o Hiunnoti -• ; AH H H l>o» A i: 4 II1 3 3 •j .4 II 0 II 0 0 , ( (1 0 1 1 Ü : 00 1 l il ' f, 1 1 2 1 0| .Tl (I l 17 1 fi ,'ó (1 11 .<(1 • .51 1 5 (I i» ’ .3 (1 1 Ü 4 _!'■ RI 6 36 H Oi Totals ...................... t'htcago .................. 1 Bostun 0 .Summer« ; Two base Khtely. Tiiree ha.-e hit Kscrlfl« e .leiiklns. 11 .1 rera . ago POA K 3 0 0 1 00 2 s 0 12 Ï 0 3 0 0 2 2 0 t2 0 I 00 1 2 u 27 9 0 l’OA E 00 () 7 1 (I 3 1 0 1000 0 3 l 4 10 0 •2 0 30 () 04 0 27 12 1 ;t 0 0—6 0 0 0—(1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 1 1 BLAIiKN. Neb.. Sept. 26.—The harness program at the Webster county fair furnished some fast an<l exciting rat es. In the baseball games. Campbell beat Lawreme. 6 to 6; Ayr «lefeate«! Uluehlll, 7 to 3. The harness results; 2;20 Tr«»t, Galilee ((’handler) ................. Marla Dale (Bell) ................... I’atrlslan (Stapr) .............. .. Jay Bingen (llulsker) . ... Dew drop also started. • Time, 2:17-; 2 :nL . 2;14ti •2:1«) Pare. Dick Manager (Hhreve) . . Col. York (Starr) ................... Hildreth McGregor (Brown) Daisy I.ogan (('handler) ... Whitefoot. Ben Kiiclgsn also started. Time, 2:1214 . 212 'V , 2;12N. •»:16 Trot. Kmilie U, Scott (Erickson) Goldworlliy D’ourtright) ............... 4 3 3 I'atrli Ian ( Stan ) Lila Deathrage (Eaton) ........ 3 * ■* Time, 2;li'’»; 2:16L, 2 : 16 * 4 . 2:14 Par«*-. Dick Manager (.Shreve) ................. 1 1 } Todd B (Starr) .................................... I I t Daisy Logan (-.’handler) ................. 2 4 b Whitefoot (Smith) ............................... 4 a 3 a«»lden Dream, Earl A, Mark Hal also started. Time. 2:13*i; 2 13'-*; 2:13%. t:25 Tr«it. OsUlee (Chandlsr) ...................... 6 3 1 1 1 Dew firnp (Swarti) ................. I 1 3 2 i Peter I,exlngton (Rhoa<les) .. 3 2 3 3 Jay Bingen (Haei.kler) .. .. 2 5 6 4 Dr Luster also started. Time, 2;22; 2 :24%, 2 .21%; 2 •24, 2:24. •2:25 Pate. Ruby «'. (Rhoades) ............................. 1 1 4 Dr. Mac (.Swartx) ............. * * 2 Demotrst Boy (Starr) ...................... 2 4 4 Eddy Br«jwn (Smith) .......................... 6 2 6 Dalewood also «tarted. Time, 2:19%, 2:19%; 2:19%. Two-Yoar-DId Trot. Chesetta Maxey (Larlmors) .. Nick Silk (Rhoades) ................... Elio Maxey (ShreVe) ...................... King Silk, Peter Lally and Maxey also started. Time . 2 28% ; 2:19%. SKEELEVEN ïFms (Contlnuçd_from l’a ge Ojne.) pass attempt hy downing the passer ten yard.s l»nrk of the scrimmage line, Beck punted. Stephens Goes 30 Y«rds. Boh Stephens, varsity quarter, aided by some good interference, side-stepped hi.s way thirty yards down the field before he was dropped on the freshman 2G-yard Ikie. Falling to gain at straight football, Stephens shot a forward pass to Joe Wostourial, the lanky West Pointer being dow'n on the frosh 4-yard line. Rhodes carried tho hall across and Htephens place- kicked the extra point. The varsity added two points on a frosh safety early in the third quarter. After an exchange of punts, Zust, frosh quarter, trapped a punt and was downed o»n the frosh one-j’ard line. M.irrow dropped back to punt, but received a had pass from center, mi.ssed the linll and was downe(? ^ 4he end zone by three UornJmskf'r tacklers. Dailey on Rampage. Some brilliant broken field running hy Fr;unk Dailey brought the hair Into frosh territory during the middle of the third quarter, hut a fumble balk«‘d the vsrslty offen.se. A drizzling rain forced both teams to resort to straight football the remainder of the game, Rhodes h«’ading the offensive, his iioxverful drives rlnping thr««ugh the frosh In a scoring march which curried the hall from midfleld past the final chalk mark. Roland I.ooke, Missouri Valley sprint champion, was substituted late In the fiinal p(>rlod, hut the track "star fumbled and skidded on the sllek gridiron, falling to gain ground. (7oach Erne.st E Bearg paid tribute to the first-year team for the fight displayed against the varsity. Bearg Praises Frosh.» "The freshmen gave the varsity, a fine fight," Coach Bearg said, ^ „ following the .struggle on the grid- 2 6 2 2jiIron, “and that was ( xactly what 5 3 6 4j the varsity nee*led. The slippery condition of the field, the difficulty the backs had i»n handling the hall and the absence of Captain Weir and Htlner from the line served to handicap tjic varsity, hut I am not mentioning 'these matters as excuses. So far afi t ain concerned the excuses will h(' h;irr«*d from first to during the season. “But the gjime wa.s worth W’hlle. It sh(.)Wed me what tho varsity can do under fire and i»n the face of unfavorable playing conditions. It showed mo that Nebraska has a strong aggregation of freshmen. I 5 WHIPiCKMEN Speaker Uses Two Recruit Pitchers; Twice Defeats Connie’s Crew. Pit ILADKI.PmA, Sept. 2«. — Two rookI(« pitchers, l.«v«on «rul Benge, outpointed Connie Mack’s pair of acre«, Rommel «ml Gray, here this afternoon and pitched tho Uleveland Indians to It douhje victory over the Athletics, 7 to 2 and 4 to 0. Tho ««ores: t'lexelgnd. „ AB R H rtj A K .lamieson. If Mc.Nulty, cf Lee> rf ......... ,1. Hewell, ss Hendrick.«, lb .Spurgeon. 2b Hoijsph, 3 b Mc( 'rea, C Levson, p . ... Totals ..................... 35 7 10 27 10 Y I’hllu«lelphla. AH R H I’O A K 2 bBishop, (’ocm-ane. c Lamar, If .Simmons, cf Fool«*, lb Halo, 3b French, rf . Busta, ss Hmlth, es WeUh ----Rommel, p Hiigwell Harrias, p 2 0 032 1 5 0 041 0 52 3 2 0 0 6 04 3 0 0 6 0•29 0 0 6 02 20 1 60 02 0 0 30 (» 33 0 0 0 0«0 (t Î0 0 0 (1 « 1 0 0 (1 1 0 1 0 000 n 0 000 1 0 Totals ,3S 2 11 27 8 2 %V,d<h b.ttted for Smith in 9th; Bng- well bstted for Rommel in elghth. Cleveland .................0 1 2 106 0 0 3—7 l’hilad. lphia ............ 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 2 .Summary; Two-base tilt Hodaph, l.ee, I.evson. Hlolen base SpurK«oii. .s«( riflt e hit—Levsen, Lee Loft on base -Cleveland 11, Phlladiphla lE. Base on tiiills- Off Levsen 6. off Rommel 5. off Harris« 2. Htruck out —By T.evsen 3. l)y Rommel 2. by Harrlss 1. l.oslng pltch- er—-Rommel, Umplre«- -i'onnaliy, C.eiael and D1iie«'n. Ulevelan«!. ... 1 1 ... 2 2 ... 3 4 Waxey 30 0 6 0 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 hil I.yons. FAlk, Moatll, U.arielt.. hit — Ijarrctt, (¡¡uK«taff. Lyons, Double play -WIngfteld to to Todt. Li ft on base— Chi(. B< stnn 6. Base on balls—<Jff Lj-ons 1. <.ff WlngtleM 5 Ktruck out­ il« L>ons 1, liy Wlnglteld '2. Ur;q)ire*—• Me* Iowan, ( ii-na and Howland. o 1 i( I (I n f) 0 1 n 0 2 -4 (I (i (I 1 (1 " 1 0 (t 0 n (V 2 Two base hlf--\Vright- m<m ‘ Mans ri, Harper, Ntokon, and !.«■« -h c u riflco liit A«lam.«. «’Hrlson Ttliik* Hcrtur. 1'on:*»«’:« Ease on mdl (Mf ('i«rl.«i((ii 2. off Hlkf 2 Stnx-k o'lt H\ (’at Ison 2, h\ Hleke I, iiv Chlrji'h 3 Iknildo play- Muns«»n to Goiiznlca: .Lihti îo Staley, Umpires «J ii’-tli « and Wilann. Time- 2 01. At Milwaukee. R H E ;-n r,. d . 0 1 2 : 0 I ft 0- Í 1 10 2 .M .WriiiUe.' o 0 0 0 1 0 0 (I 11-1 K 1 liNtttrPa -Bssll snd Cumins, Gesrin. .M acn and Nkiff ■ o . ,.nd y It,..- R H E .•-t Ihoil , . « I (I n 2 0 n 7 M 3 M;iw, Olii.-.. o 1 1 o 1 1 1 I 12 ) It.i'oii.'i M'lrkle .«(id Hoffman, Col­ ilo.- 1< Il ! M .Moliei y, (*'»:!« 1 sevmilh. d«rkio»ii. 'ClUB ANDIN M ENTERN EKAtil K. Yanks Grab Game From Tiger Team NEW YDBK, .-(( pt. 28. Two runs hat­ ted in by Howard .shank* am! a homer by Buater G«*hiig gav«s the .New York Y<iltkeeS a 3 l«j 1 xictory over the D«J- troit Titfers hoii- tiHl.xj Tho at or«.. Detroit. IV.irncr, 3h Burko ............ ‘I'Uourke. 2b Wlnto, if .. Muiiu-ih, cf . Itiilmaim, rf Blue, 11, ___ i'avener, .ss . HhskIci, o .. \V(,«diiil, c . Wells, p. ... ’obh ............... Do« I**, p ... oliilnger ... A B nli l’G A i: 4 11 0 ul u . 1 (1 u 0 (Iu 40 « •è 2u 4 (1 2 l 00 40 4 Ü (1 2 1 4 (1 u , 4l 3 8 1 0 4Ü 2 1 10 3 0 1 3 l 0 . 1 u 0 i. u 0 2 Ü0 ! 2 u ! 1 (» 1> 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 2 t 1 0 li0Ó 0 34 1 11 24 Ut 0Totals ..................... ( «íbb tinned for WClIs in eevtntli; lieh- rtngi r li.iUtd for i>(».vh in iilutli, Burke toil'cd for \V,mici in iimth. M oc K.O-, Ha ;« ti- Mo.. K*i-.*,*s J ( a 11 e I . • grel an.i X ((■«'. *d d Al Kttiout* < ilv. .¡;<s J o i o .1 II :s 'V ........ 1 1 1 i.‘ 1 le» Boldiell and -nd Sn> Itr •OIS .«oil»«"', ■•'My . . , , 3 r< ® 0 1 - Î H 2 «-492 -.rngstofk ; f \V:!cun -nid Seng.- i«h fOLUlt eigi ; ■ dai S3 ) .%t I iKilanHptdik, : è t 1 IJ !I 0 (I 1 I H ■■'iiici.tnd «nt (•- 1 0— i 6 I » I Lin . n ■! - T 1« ' Moor« ; H. I' w jei 1 V ard ,t il th« nujísl r'd >10'i. vuluahl« VI I Olili.ville. ! • Il I* I, .■ e il « 3 ~;t Lo..;- ■ ,■ (I 2 >. o () 3 (, *— | itattsiies 'Irant end Gayt-in; bti'y and *ie>e;. 4 2 1 V D«. G\VI, Pct D«« Molnaa .................166 96 7* .57* Den.iii ..........................166 9« 7(» .674 ! ' 'Kl.thorna Uy .... 162 88 74 .ftlS Wiihita -----.......16Î 78 84 .4SI «1 J<;a»ph ....................161 •* •>» .4 7» lulfca ...............................l(i( 749().461 1 • >m»ha ..........................HI t 289 .417 ' Lli. oln .............. 159 ( TU 89 .439 VMKRK'.iN EKAIil K. G W L l’et Washingt!)« ...............147 95 hi .641 1 1‘hiUd« phia ....... I8*i 1 71 3 .680 «t. Luuia ...................149 81«8 ,Ì44 l>»lral( .............. 14S 7? 71.62'-* •hicaao ......................151 7s 78.60tl levslanit ...................151 7U 81 .4«rt 1 1 N.*a York (49 (.7 8* . 450 j Boston ........................ . Î49 44 1- i .298 •NiriDNAL I.EAI.IE, 1 ; L poi ! PIttabursh ......... 1 ad 93 67. 820 N'fw V»r)i » 4s »(i6’J 71 1 'lUi UtHali ......... 1li 79 71 .627 i5t L ouis 14 7 7371 .497 Bcnion .........................14» 68xl . 49« Brcklyn ......................147 67 8(1 .456 ho (iBO ........................16*166 81 .4 4(1 l*hilad«-:phla .......1(7 . 84 .429 ! YMERK’AN Y's’siR I % I |4>.\. \\ 1. V- ' i Louoe.'U;*....................165 106 89 643 1 ! ndlanatioll» ..............K> ( 91 ■ t I *41 Paul .......... li » 90 V 4 .54» ! %I'mo*r.polis .................1*.4 8 4 »0 ■••'T Kniisd* ('By ...............l'i 8“ >■5 . 486 T..I-.IO ........................11)5T j |(>455 Milaaui"«» . ..................166 7393 .440 (.'oluiubua ic5 60 11.5 .383 omlia, if Kcc|i;g, * Kuililg. H Butti, rf . . Meuael, 1( . Gt-hrig, il, . Ward, 31) , Sl'.iinks, 2b Bi-ngiiugh, c Sh(,i ker, p. Hoyt, p ... Totals ... Detroit .. . .. .N,*w York «tuminary : .■«hanks i. N« , . . . 4 0 2 York. AU II a 3 6 0 .........................Î9 ..................0 1 fi 0 1 0 Twol»««« Home lun 3 9 0 n 0 1 0 1 hit Gehr'g hit 27 li 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0*3 Taveni-r, Stolen .«ihank«. ha.ii Manusti Sacrifl Ko.*n|g, Ward. Double pU> Buth and B.ngouith L..ft on ha»« .New York 8, lietr-dt 0 Base ..|i ball» off Mhocker 3. i.ff W.dhs .atrui h i,ut By ««luicker i. tiy Hiiyt 1 \\ Innltig pit« li u*- sh<icki r l-oslii* idtrh.T Wells* I’miJir«» .Mml- .«rlty, .S.tllui and ('rn.iby Gordon To Gravel Its Main Streets yummaiy: Left on base Philadelphia 6, ClevclaniL .struck out — By Gray », by B»*ng*» a. ,S.i. .-ifice hit— Lse. .Stolen base J. Sewell. H«»o on balls Off ilray 3. off Benge 3. 'W'lld pitch—-Gray 2. Double pluy Bishop to Husta to Itolt; Kiiode to J. .Sewell to Knodc empire»- Dlnet-n. Gelsel and Connally. which means stiff competition of j the .sort that will be a great help to i the varsity as the season pro-jLpji(||||or gresse.s. ' ^ "I ( Xpert to make a few changes In the var.slty lineup Monday and have roaron to anticipate material Impiovi mo’it hy the time the team entrains for Urhana next Thursday night." Illinois Scout Present. Milton M. niander. former University of Illinois tackle, now a member of the coaching staff at the Urhana Institution, was the Illinois scout in the stiunds Saturday. Olander, who xvas a member of the party which scouted the 1924 varslty-frosh game, predicts a pfreat battle when the Huskers and llllnl meet next week. "Illinois prospects are tip in the air this year." Olander said. “We hav«* a veteran hackfleld. hut a new line. Our injury list at present Includes seven or eight regulars, hut they will all he in shap«* for «next Snturd.ay. “We.ather conditions Nebraska In the game with the freshuun. Youi' team looked In better condition than at this time last y('ar. It will lie a great fight. We were lucky t(» win la.st yc.ir." LOH ANOKLKH .Sept. 26.— (I. N. H.)—Howard Jones’ University of Southern Uallfornia football »(juad opened the 192.^ season with two hampered ihere this aft**rn«,on. Varsity. 15- Sprague . . . Wostoijpal , Hcholtz -----Hutchison , Rai.sh ............ Randels ... J Weir ___ Stephens .., Browti ...., Rhodes .... A. Man der y r’o.H. . le It lg .c. . rg ft re Ih , rh fh I’reshmen, 0 Holm . . . Richards ................. Hall ,.. . Holmeg .... Dtiriach laufi'« (Special to The Star) GORDON, Neh., .Sept. ’Jfl. -At tho Wednesday luncheon of the Ktwanl.*« •luh It was decided to circulât»' a petition to form a improvemmt dis trict In ( tordon and gravel four or ... fiv«‘ of the principal streets. With ■ Jjgi-'vel being pin« **d on the statt highway hot we» n Gordon and liush- ville, there |g a feeling towns should do us well. that the Marrow Ihavell Beck Substitution«; Varsity R .Mandery for Randels, Oehlrich for A. Mandery, I’resnell for Rhodes, Shaner for Sprague. Laws(,n for Presnell, YVostoupal for Hutchison, Randehs for Hcholtz, J Weir for Lawson, Hprague for Hhaner, A. Mandery for Oehlrlch, Dover for J VVetr, f.illan f'U .'^pragu c Italsh f >r Randels, Hutchison for Woustop.d, Brown for Htephens, Mlelenz for Eirown, Rhodes for Dailey, Í’osph-íil for llalHh, tlro.H.s for Huti*hison, Krlemelmey*r for Scholtz. Hcholtz for Pospissi DuTeau for Hteph**nM, Locke for Hho«!»*.-, Rock for Krle melmeyer. Freshmen -G »t-s for Lucas, Craig for Hall, Teal for Zust, Voris for Beck, Greene for | Marrow, Wyatt fiti' H<)well, Howi 11 for Votis, Reev«'« for Holmes, (’of- fey for \’orl.H, \'oris for Howell, Howell for Coff**y, Weller for Gates, Jáchoenenun for Holme:;, R.van f(>r Ashburn, Wyatt for Mui- row, Lucas for Durlsch, I ‘rath for Craig, (’rulg for Lucas, Bennett fur Schoeneman, Hunt for Bennett. Touchdowns; Varsity—Rhodes, é. Weir. Hafety: Varsity L I'xtra points; Varsity—Stephens (placeklck.) Hi ore by tjuarters- Varslty -------........ 7 0 2 6—15 Freshmen ........................ 0 0 0 0- 0 Officials: R< feree Be.wers, Lincoln. I'niplre- Rac#!y, Nehiaska. Headllnesman Day, Neliraska. Tima of quarters—fifteen mtnut(si*. •Y.shhurn I 2 ;00pm,-himgo Llm. . la ijma » ViKit 5 2( i>m ’’hicago Llm via Om«.' ... x.usT 4 ; 4 (, pm hicago Llm. via «‘ms* 2 ' am Iowa A Ilhnrjls Local* 6 O'lprtoOm Flyi-r via Ashland* 9 :30pmiC>m. Flyr via Ashland* 10 4Sami.‘(maha via .tshland * 1 2'pm Oni Fljsr via Aikhland* l:6ixm . . I'envsr-('allf. Flyer.* 1:1« pn«i. . Denvsr-i allf, Flysr,* 8 40an> Denver 'allf. Fiyr., 11 :ltam'Ha»it.i._*--M. uok Loc’l* 11 loami. Hast - K* ai n«*y Local** 6:li.pml Ha»’ <* Sutton Local . * e S' pm, i’liitM via Billg- .N.l' * 2 (Bam di-attlfc « a HUl'ss-i..! N * ! 1 oSam Burv«MÍl-.Sarg* iii Lo< al * 11 OBamUrok. Bnw-.•'»•ne* a Lcl * « K.prii . . 'olumbus - (iarland * g 0'pm ’olumbus Af '-om •* 1 (6um St. L -•«I. J -K Ex* 12 ocim, t, L. ->( J -g ' Ex ENDE BALL IB 1 JL !S IVI[E' WANS MONBAY ABR H POAE JamiPS()n. If................. 5 0 2 1 00 • Mc.Nulty, cf ................. 6 1 2 6 0 0 I li.*«*. f f ____ ..................... 3 It I 2 0 0 j J. Sewell, ss .............. 5 u 0 2 5 0 i Kniide. lb ..................... 3 Ï 1 10 1 0 1 .spurReon. 2b .............. 4 It (1 1 3 1 1 Bndtiph, 3b................. 411 2 11 1 M ya 11, (' ..................... 30 1 4 0 (1 i B(*nx(», p ..................... 4 12 00 0 Tutiils .....................38 ' 610 27 10 IMiIIiMlelpht». A’B RH PO AE Bishop, 2b ................... 4 0 11 6 1 ('ocliraiie. c .............. 4 00 8 1 (I Lamar, If ..................... 4 0 1 2 0 0 Simmon», cf ........... 4 0 1 20 « Holt, lb..................... 3 0 0 7 1 «■ Hal«, :i b . ..................... 30 11 (I 0 Frencli, rf ................... 400 2 0 0 Husta, »a ..................... .3 0 0 6 3 0 Gray, p ... ..................... 3 00 120 Totals .....................32 0 427 12 1 Cleveland ..............0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 -6 , l’hilMil(*lphia ..,.() 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 Home Player Combination Is'Cotner Squad Marooned By Successful; Kroening Nifty Hurler. LAWRF:XCK, Nch., Sept. 26—The Lawrence ha.sehall club, made iq) entirely of home player.« ha.s had a succo.ssful season thl.s Hun)m«*r, defeating some of the best teams tn southern Nehru.«ka and northern Kan.sas’. Harold Koehnlng, Lawrence pitcher. Is a nlneteen-year-old youngster. He pitched In twenty- fU’e games, striking out 210, getting G*!t strikeouts In the last five games. Lawrence has played at five county fair.*) this year, winning four game« and losing (*nc. The county fair record: I.,.awrence, 11; Hastings, 7. Lawrence, 8; Oak. 3. Lawrence, 29; Geneva, 4. Lawrence, 6; Bladen, 5; I^iwrence, 2; Belvldore, 7. In the Wednesday game at Bladen, Lowrence defeated -Campbell, 6 to 5. Campbell was “spiked up” for the game. Including in the lineup Boasen. Mahoney, Guffln. George, Riesteln, and Jackman. Kroening stnick out sixteen and allow’cd seven hits. Croldenstcin of Lawrence got three hits In five trips to the plate; Drehrr poled a homer, tripl»' and single in four trips up. and Guffln of »'’amphell got a homer and a single. Brockman, I„awrence lieUler, made a sensational running catch. By Innings; H. 11 K Campbell ..000 0003 000—5 7 2 Lawrence .......... 000 312 OOx—6 13 2 Battcrle.s—Guffln and Llndgren; Kroening and Hues» her. Struck out —By Guffln H; by Kroening. 16. Base on halls, off C.nffln 2; off Kroerflng, 1. 13; (25; COLLEGE SCORES. At Atlanta—Georgia Tech, Oglethorpe, 7. At 3irmtngham—Auburn, BirminghamSouthern, 6, At Macon—Georiga, 32; Mercer u. At Tuacaloo»«—Alabama, 53; Union, 0. At Naehvtlle—Vanderbilt, 27; Middle Tenneaaee Normal, 0. HeeOnd-huaeman Thomas of the Worcester team In the Etstern h'.vgiie macie six hits in six times at hat aealnsl Walerhury last week. H«' :« 1 • : i t )l»' tU ») has« K. Bad Roads, Delays Tabor Trip. Bad weather comlltlons spoile*! the plan.s of the ('otner Bulldogs to Jnurnev overland for a game with Tabor on the Tabor, la., gritllron Saturday. YVhen the weather man turned lose tho water faucet, Coaches Parmlnter and Hartman decided to postpone the game until Monday afternoon. Coach “Pid" Parmlnter will select the Cotner athletes to make the trip from the following siiuad; ('aptaln Hnxder, Baron, Coleman, Shumitn, Wilson, Atwod, Howland, Howard, Heeley Christy, Kennedy, W. Borgaar«!, L. Bige Sims, (iarcl- ner. Htearns, McCarnes, H. Bigge, RIgg, Mackey. Parmlnter Idnscott, Tlllsley, Miller, Hockett. Brooklyn Smashes Its loosing Streak «■INCl.N.NATT, .S« p(. 2« —Urooklvu s Dodxi-r« xvar» »e «»tatcfl ov>r brpfiktna th*'lr In.lTi,; strpsk of iwalv« bv l>»aMrur tho Reil li«>rp to«l«y, 4 lo 1, liiat ihcy «'Htrl il lliibp Khr*1t off the fldil on the.r shoulders at the end of the K«me. Ehrhiii.lt «11*1 not allow n R.'d t.) lass fir*«t basi' after (he thir.i iiininK. Taylor'» sltiKl« stnifk Bohtie In (he f.K ,> in the rev«nth tnntnir under the loft e> e 'I Huston, rf Stock, 2b tohnston. .3b 'inirnl«ir, lb ill own, rf (’ox. If Corx»n, ss . . Taylor, «• ... Ehrhardt, j) Totals Kohne, ss ................. Dressen, 3b ............ Rom-h, ........................ Malker, rf ................. Bipssler. lb ............ .«(mlth. If ........ ('rltz, 2b .................... Haritrtive, c ............ Donohue, p ............... Totals ...................... By liininKs; Brooklyn .......................0 (’iniinnati ..................lOOoOilOOe 1 .Siiinmary; Tliree-ba*« hit Stock. Fournier. Htoteii base Roush, Cnx, Fi.urnler, .s«. rifi* <■ liit — Huaton. Doub'e play Wiilk.r (o tl.'ilKrave, (’av»r#r to «’r|(z tn Brpsslet i4trn« k out iiy EhriiHi.ll 1. by lionohue 2. Mas» on bt«lls (>rf Khradt 2. Ikiss.-d hell Th\ loi. Loft on btse t’iiirlnnat) •>. Brook lyn 5. ( mplres—I'flnnan, Sweeney «n.l (»Day. Inflv’t 1(12 'he »core; ■ «1(It l>n. . . 3 00 20 0 . . 4 1 1 8 1 0 . . 4 2 20 0 0 . . 4 (1 2 9 1 0 . . 4 0 1 4 (I 0 . . 4 0 12 0 n . . 4 01 2 7 (I . . 4 0 2 1 .1 I) . . 4 111 (1 0 . 36 4 11 27 12 0 ItHtl. AH HHPOAL . . 3 0 ! 0 2(1 . . 1 0 0 1 1 (1 .. ;i 1 1 20(1 . . 3 0 0 2 I 0 . . 4 0 1 8 11 . . 4 0 (1 :i 0 0 . . 3u 1 4 6 ‘o ,. :i 0 1 (I 1 (l . . 3 0 0 11 0 . 31 1 8 27 14 1 0 2 I ) 1 0 0 1 0. 4 In “Dixie" Series FORT WORTH. Tex., Sept. 26 iV„ P.) The Fnrt Worth Panthers took the leud In the Dixie series here today hy trouncing the Atlanta Crackers 6 to 2. Winning the opening game on the hoiiie field the Texas league chum- pltSns now hold two victories lo one for th Southern association iiennant winners. Two more games will he I»Iayed here Sunday and Monday. Trojan Grid Teams Lift Two Victories Karly In the afterno.m a Trojan tCHiu l.tmhasted Whittier eolleg»., 74 to 0, and immedl:tt»*ly following another U .'•J, C. aggregethm «valk**«! over CallforniH T eh, 33 to (i. RAILWAY TIME TABLES •I>aily. ••Daliy «'X>„**pt Sunday xLsava* Moti'izy» ^tiil Wedin «daj». xxLeav»« Tu«a«.l»>" Thursdays sn.l Saturdays. L«*ves__ Diirliotflnn ’ Yirlv,^ £ . 6Spm 1 :4' Sm 0am *'65pm 8 4$pm 12.3C«m 10; Jf.am 8 4tpm f • lOam ' :Sipm I i : 36«m * I' pm 1 35pm 10:20am 1 0« pm II:Oiam 3 iBOpm 9 iOpm 10 iSam f 3( pm 8:35pm I 'SOam Nifty Wide Belts Put the final touch to your apparal vith a Harpham wide belt. It com- blnn.s style and comfort. The “Wast- •rn," n Harpham leader, has been the pride of Western cowboys for S5 years. It’s now as popular for olty and campus wsar. Ask for a Hax- pham “wide” at your d«»al«rs. Be sure to look for the H. B. Brand Trade Mark. Harpham Brothers Co. LINCOI'N. KFJB. Popularly Pnssd Distinctive Styles t K, OK AGRICULTURE, WEATHER BUREAU CHARLSf F. MAPVIN. CAM» 1 0 45 amD.alrlcs-Wyirtora Lor i*' ( llpm I ii lui'..N*b. :ity.talla 'Hy LTK- 25am Í tfipin Huairlca-Wytnor*! L« i **' 9 l. am Î . .blnux ''.ty Loctil,..* 5 ;Opm 416;::n' .Tabi* l;o< k Lm al. , lo : 15am l* i»an. Llm. via « ana ! Í J2am I.«-«»»» K‘«k LlamJ Arri»»* 4;l5pin| a*o Flyer ..........T 9 40«m i:.27aiu . .Fh: •* f/in’ted .. ; ,oam 3 r7pm,. . .Folorado t.xpiva« .. 1:19pm Lllpin . ■''hi.an') F-' Mall.. J I7pm 1 4fan. .rtorUv M .uniain Li»n 12 37am 9 ?,pin Ivan». ’k'a Taxas .1 5 Oíam 5 0)aut u Bìiiff» ' ' aha 8 03pm Leav«*»» I nIon I’o. ill. Arrlvea 7 (lam ilanhatiati A K. r **■ i q. pm 10 f am Top'd«a A Kansaa :ity*, 4 *)6pm 6 4fc|*m Bratra-« »'«.«••«)»«.«, • x t' Am 8 25am,'»ma A intermediai»** 5 40pm 4 05a in''(malia A Inier rnrd lata* i) 1 :( Oam I ÎBanil - (entrai city 5k W . • * » (0pm 4 orpoi*’. and Irland A M ^t** 10 OOam I.»av»M Missouri Arrltm« * 3i am Loc al Fra,*ht. Fnlon* « 25am 6 4 fxm Kane .ty a «t Louie*' I Hpm lo (Spm Kans. ity 5k .*«’ Louie*' I 0( am i«»»ves .N«»rtli«««*st»rM Arrtfa«^ « 3( am ^Fr#mont. AÍblon, Mnai 1 In**, S(ip( ..r. .Nor f . folk, ‘itiiaha , *• 7:lOpm 4 lOOpmi' 'titi’ago. , iou I c’lty, Tw'.n 111«.', Ho«~h- • a t » r, Dwod m (juA, Landar ........................ ....... ih vìa \ il Obserrmtl«!» tSM 01 v level and linea drawn throQgli potata of ^tuU preaeyra. Api rows fìy with wind. O Clear. Q Partly Qoudfs A ftBaizi. (fi Baow. m Eaowrl lllaaiafc

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