The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 25, 1928 · Page 15
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THE UNCOLS SV N DAY STAR— SVSDAY, y OV KM BER 35. 1938. H FIVE They Cost Little, But Do Big Things. Star Want Ads. B^1234 PERU CAPTURES COLLEGE TITLE Bobcats ( rush Omaha IJ. Under Avalanche of Scores, 37-0. Brldr for WltttA for Sloan., Ppftkrr for RnaaeU To.ichdowns CiAfl«, Allan. Extra polntr drier uplacementi. Goal from field—Sloan < placement • firore by pertoAa* Army .............0 0 6 7-13 Nebraaxa . ...........0 3 0 0— 3 Officlala: Referee - W R Crowell. Swarthmore. Umpire- F. A BlTch, Earlhmm Headllnesman Ed Cochrane. Kalamasoo. Field Judge—W. M Hollenbach, Pennaylranla. OMAHA. Neb. Nov. 24^ With Paul "Swede” Hert* roUln« ponder- ouftly mrr the line, flattening the Omalua forward« and aveiwglng ten yajda every time h# carried the ball, the JVru Bobca+a won the rhampkm.vhip of the n. I A A. Play-By-Play Buskers-Army BOSTON COLLEGE HAS CLEAN SLATE BOSTON. Ma*»,. Ney, Í4—(I. N. *8.)—In a ragged and very ene.filded contrat the Boa an college Eafles k'pt thrir escn'ch- eon Inviolate this afternoon bv defeating the Connectlcnt Aggiñ a hitherto unacored apon and ondcfeated eleven. The ecorc wae 51 to 13. for another five yard gain. The ball was on Army • lO-yard line. Nebraska Halted at Goal. -------^ ... ... ... . gjo,n iriadp two vards over the today at Twrh Field iM-re by crush- ,hiehTavTNebraKa Army right tackle. Lynch replaced Ing Ornaha unlvrrhlty, 37 to 0 o' a slGht bre™ advantage ^t right end for Army. FIRST orVRTKR Captain Howell of Nebraeka won When Coach Tjo.i Graf* mair- mountain wa.'ii't gouging the center of the line, big Joe Krcjd wai hooting bullet-hke pai^se» everywhere <m the lot. one went Im 44 yards and the first touchdown by Young. Hem made the second touchdown, and three othera pike caught Krejcfs on the tlurd period line for the otiier. Krejrl falling to cagle swrung rMaa. ran over the goal line for two of the trtee after touchdowvv End Roberta wa.s the one fcole bright atar U/r the Peru. 37 Sloan kicked off thirty-five yards Incomplete. Sloan attempted a drop ■ Nebrask.o. Howell dove over right kick from the 45-yard line. The kick and It waa returned’ seventeen vardM It wflM th#» Armv*M hall nn lor two yarc*s. SlOAn Stfppfd the 35-vard »ne On ihe^ firs? pla? ^r^^^ Catle ¿lot a long forward paas., which was Inromplet« A forward 4, ra.ss by Cagh gained thlrty-slx fjr , fLr y^rd to4 yards O Kecfe took the pass It was ; Armv'« hall mi l^^hroKlra'it 'll-vorrl HUtCniriKOn replaced Alld Armys bail on Nebraska» Ji-yard ^ ^^my takes time out. It's the Army’s .. „T w ... on its 8-yard line. Hutchinson ... .. around Nebraaka s j made two yard.s through tackle, right end for three yards. Broad- - ■ PLENTY UPSETS ' IN GRID REALM i Continued From Page One. > middle west—^fihcigan» 10 to 7 vltcory over Iowa. The Wolverines with their weakest lineup in years startled the conference twice thle season, the first being Its 3 to 0 victory over Illinois. At La Payette. Purdue demonstrated its right to the “old oaken bucket" by trimming Its ancient rival. Indiana. 14 to 0 The teams looked to be very evenh’ matched before the game but the Boiler- Ertska. "ifuCThinwn' repli^ed^ Cagle makers unleashed an attack that ground the Hoosler* defense to bits. Boston C’ollege Repeata. Boston college kept It* slate clean by smothering tne Connecticut Agglet>, 6h to 13. The Boston eleven has won all it* eight games played and have a 6 to 0 victory over the Navy. They play their last game next Saturday with Holy Cros.s but are expected to have Ultle trouble with the Worcester team. Dartmouth went to Chicago for an inter-sectional game with Dick f Howell plunged for three yards. Parham replaced Sprague ’n Army . lili«. Howell failed to gain, but on the > play Army was off side and drew a five vard penalty for Nebraska a I first down Sloan ran Army's right end for two yards. A forward mss, Sloan to Russell, was Incomplete. Ahmn Rans 28 Yards. Sloan ran from punt formation erotmd Army's left end fer twenty- eight yards. Nebraska's ball on the Army's 38-yard line. Howell made a half yard through center. 1 Prahra replaced Parley In Ne, braska’s backfleid. Dibb replaced Humber In Army's line Aioan made two yards around Army's right end. Cagle was injured on tnat play and Army takes out time Fisher replaced Morgan at left end for Ne- In the Army beck field. Ball is on Army's 35-yard line, Sloan passed to Fisher and it was PoUnh Woman Pilot PLACEKICK WINS MorkoiP« FOR MICHIGAN U. had the required height and distance. but was wide and went for a touchback. It was Army's ball on it« 20-yard line for beginning of the fourtli period. Score: Army, 6; Nebraska, 3. FOIRTII Ql'ARTF.B. Iowa Ha^vkoyes On Short End 10-7 Score at Ann Arbor. llVC«nHM WSRKtTS Om*lMt arprpwnlativ* S»I mi OMAHA. N«v 3» Nti Sv Uk P t -. i # N o A v Uk rnff •* 3CS . la 00 3« 3SS ... M I# IT 333 a II M 3M «4 a as •a 3ia • 30 iiNi't)i.N i . ivf !« io < k aiAantr. ANN ARBOR. Mlrh. Nov 24 <1. N. H • In a bitter a st luggle as ever wa< witne.sjwd In thv iatr college town. Mirhigan, the underdog, Buteh«r ho|i. 32.1 lo 3T3 ib« roiir to uprnne helghi so vanquish " Coach Burt In;.''Verr,on'‘; Iowa eleven u*nu. 13.1 to us ib» In the new .tadlum this afleruoon, r».king niNl-OJJi, Nfb. Nov. It Thp fo¡to«rtiif pi.i «tir lor hofi - t • .< !i rn.'klHi I o.: a I.TS Hutchinson plunged ten yards on Hanley’s Northwestern Wildcats. Is. Brmd- I Hutchison punted thirty-^Ine yards ^ 14ie first play. Oibner dove over Ne- North we stone mede the tacMe, Cagle s long 1 eioan. wdio returned the ball five bra.ska's left tackle for seven yards, i game and the easterners never Hke .....................L Toft .....................LF. Riggins ...............LT. Bunch fc)..........C... Williams ...........RT.... Brockman Ilufinuin Krelct QO.. Zook ...................H3,. Foiuif .................HS.. Hertz ................... r.i.. Bubfitltutloiu, Peni f^riis TlirTil I? ' It Nebraska's ball on the ’ Munn replaced Richards in Nebras- a char p #* Omaha 0 1 Another Um Army 35-yard line. Sloan swung ! ka's line. O’Keefe on a half criss- , 27 to 6 t r ^hnr ^ Nave was Incomplete. Uround Annv left end for thirteen ' tro.ss play failed to gain. Murrell Mtsso ■ ............. Army drew a five vard penalty i vards and Rmssell geulaced Rowley ' ‘ - -.................... Kalina Iwaszklewry is the itr*:t woman In Poland to hold a Ucen.se 1 mungea len yaras on i ^ an airplane. She rei’elved , Oibner dove over Ne- Northwestern was at the top of^Rs • her llcen.se recently following tes >.3 chance. Tlie final score was Cracow. 10 to 7. It wa.s one of those en- founicrs in which the outcome wiui in diMibt until the closing gun. the Hawkcyr.> e.siJeciaUy threatening In the waning moments of play with a hairage of iwi.sses out to no avail. With the defeat went all Hawkcye hopes of n -hare in the c<mference title If Coiich Incwerson’s boys had scored a victory, .a share of the big ten champiumilup would have been theirs. But Michigan was not to be denied, and climaxed a rather dta- a^trou.s .sea.son with Its crowning achievement Glasgow Breaks loose. Si'sa Teu ,. Uuiia . V «l»et n lb- : ooat sa t» .m lbs. k.M'gl 00 ». .......... • mf 1 ix* sat «!?00 ...... asoitfi 00 ...... fi» ..... • ti91 •« ....te 04013 et Thiw«iiiriir h '-*—, yaros ana ttu.ssen gepiacea nowiey »^^-ond incomplet« Pas» In ^ ¡n the Nebraska bucV.fleld. Howell HarSÏ t plunged for three yards. I^^hu*r Another pass by Cagle was Inter- ! Sloan was forced out of bounds ' braska's ball on Missouri came back strong after drove through center for two yards.: Its defeat at the hands of New York Hutchinson punted forty yards, ^ university and hiin.bled Kansas. Nebraska making no detum. Ne-' 25 to 8. Its 19-yard line. n r I*-i Army’s 19-yard line for a gain | Howell plunged at right side of r4"' *1* 23-yard line. Rowley 1 of two yards. Howell dove over left; Atmy line for a yard lo.ss. Sloan on............... failed a punt and Howell fumbled tackle for four ya-ds. Sloan plunged 1 attempted a forward pass, but was Huff **^cu M punt OHaniw f*'covered for a 12-yard loss. ,. Campbell boien Rothert lor Pike, Qrum tor Riggins. Cagle Cuts Ixiose. Rowley punted fifty-two yards, Cagle returning eiglu yards. Cagle broke through the Nebraska line _ for seventeen yards and a first ir^w r> r» 4 r^ty far ^own. Oibner was substituted for CAGLE DAZZLES IN Nave in the Army backfleid. Tlie . r »> «r «-.„x .. A *. ■««i’iball was exactly In the middle of \ ICTOH} hOR ARMY , the rield. on a quick opening play Cagle broke through for fifteen yards. ! Continued From Page One » get under wav until nearly 2:30 and when the fourth period came bowling along, which apparently Is the habit of fourth t>erlods, the gloomy mantle of night had all but Wian- keted the scene. The darkness, In perfect tnith, was quite thick enough to permit cutting with a cheese knife. While this sort of thing was go- It was Army's oall on the Nebraska 35-yard line. Army took out time, on a fa’ze end run, a piimgb by Munell wxh ctoppd by Broad- stnne. A long forward pa.s8 by Cagle was incomplete. Cagle snia^ied the for two yards and a first down. 8loan Kirks Perfectly. Crabb went In for Carlmark for the Anpy. The ball was on Army’s 13-yard line. Howell failed to gain through center. Howell fumbled and lecovered for a one yard loss. A forward pass, Howell to Sloan, was Incomplete when Allan grounded the ball. Sloan dropped back to , the 20-yard line lor on atempted , Army right end for .seven yards and goal from the field. With Howell' » holding tlie ball. Sloan kicked per- i Ilowell Suffers Loss, fectly for three points. j Army was off .side on the next Score: Nebraska, 3; Army, 0. play and drew a five yard penalty. Sloan kicked off fifty-five ywds Howell attempted an end run, but and Hutchln.son returned the ball the Interference failed to hold, he thrown for ten yard loss before he could get rid of the ball. Sloan faked a punt and made twenty-two yards around Amry’s left end. A forwo’d paas by Sloan was Incomplete, but Army was offside on the play and drew a five yard penalty Crabb replaced Carlmark in the Army’s line. Sloan went around the DrlLa UpiUon .. XI P»1 Pht ___ K*p.)a Sigma ,. Pi Kappa Phi . Omega 0«ta Pht Dflta Tati Orlta thirty-two yards. It Is Army’s ball! was thrown for a five yard loss. Ne- left side of the Nebraska line for i on its 37-yard line. ; braska took out time, eight yards. IIowcll’s tackle dropped Capt. Holm was Injured and Ne- Ball Is on Neoraska’s 43-yard line, him. I broska took out time. Lewandow'skl A forward ixvrs, Sloan to Russell. Another long pass was Incomplete.' leplaced Pnicha. A long forward ' wa^incomplete. Another pass Sloan Drake scored three touchdowns to whip Iowa State 18 to 0 South Teams Idle. Tlie South .saw little football Saturday, most of the larger teams re.sting in anticipation of hard Thanksgiving day battles. Vanderbilt blanked Centre. 28 to 0 f'rt the onlv major conte.st in that section of the countrj'. Michigan State won an Inter- ! i . nd sectional game at East Lan.slng, i eketng a 7 to 0 decision over North , Carolina State. The game wa.s , Kr*u ------- clasely contested, both teams ex-; • hlbttln* ereat defensive jxiwer. | Downing Georgetown defeated Fopdham. 27 Ote.iger ... to 7, in the annual meeting of the ; •’ two teams in New York. George-, Kr»aricl*on town was a heavy favorite In the ; stpveuion pre-game betting and held the uone.r hand from the initial kickoff Brown defeated Rhode Island. 33 to 7. and Rutg'Ta downed Swarthmore. 13 to 2 Holv Crass ran away rmsTraNiTy iJiaora. TP.AM STANDI.NtiS a w L PCI. ing on, the Comhu^ke^s praved Frahm grountTing the ball, Tlie ball Hutchln.son was Ij^ompiete. to I^hm, was al.so Incomplete and from Pmvldence to win 44 to 0 their utter Inability to quallfv as pa.s.sed to Nebraska on downs on its Hutchin.son passed to I^Per for Nebra.ska drew a five yard penalty noctutpal prowl^^^^^^^ In «11 events. 27-yard line. ‘ vards and a first down fnr .s^r^nnd lnrnn,nlPt^ na.., Rloan Stanford Bears Even, the Sol#%*r lads had the gall to at- ' Cagle Passes 5t YardLs. Ptlisr W)stt Piekcii .. Wslcott . KrouM .. Edmunde Cupple . ; Eaton Ual.ager The Stanford university of Call- ¡ “.IcL tempt R forward pa.ss play when not a soul in the audience of thirty thoi^jand could have located the plg.sKin wlUioui the aid of a searchlight. .lust a Paj-s In the Ihirk. Believe It or not Mr. Hutchinson. twenty yards and a first down. for second Incomplete pass. Sloan Hutchinson was stopped without got off a short punt for 13 yards. HnwUw ntminrf Arwv’« S^ln on «n out of bounds play. A Hutchinson's pass to Murrell, gained fo»'n<o r»»«iiited in the bears tle- rieht iinH fnr TiohtcTn ^ Hutchlnson to Piper, was in- ' twenty-seven yards. . ing University of Southern Call- nl waf forced oSV of bounds. Sloan i ^Tfi^Siew'"a °«il?Ta?d i n.nv*. nv«r Armv’* l«ft. rArltl« fnr «ix ! » five-yard Cf-bOUnd.S penalty. D*vey Hutchins Ciove over Army’s left tackle for six yards. Howell made two yards at center. Rowley went around right end for four yards and a first down. Rowley’s forward pass was Inter- perts averred it wa.s Crabb. at end. while others stoutly in.slsted It was Allen, a backfleid man, who snagged the ball. Be that a.s It may, the receiver was standing on the goal line when he |ìeriK*trated hi.« siartling feat, and six points thereby wen* added to temped end run. Maxwell replawied Hallmack lor Army. A pass„ Witte to Fisher, netted five yards. The ball w’as on Nebraska’s 35- yard line. McBride plunged through center for four yards. Witte punted forty yards and Bowman returned it thirteen yards. Ball was on Army 33-yard line. HutchliTson failed to gain through the line. Hutchinson fumbled a pois from center and Murrell re- .season. A f“'v nost season gaems Incldu- Ing Wa.shtngton and V/ashlncton State at the carnival of rosc.s cnn- nd the Shrine San Francisco be- twcAn all cast and all wast o»-< 7 an 1 rations remained on the Pacific coast program. play, O’Keefe failed to i gain through tlTe line. Its Army’s Ilowell InterrepU. ■ ball on Nebraska’s 32-yard line. Bowman replaced Gibner In the Allan went In for O’Keefe. Hutch- Armv backfleid. Hutchlason dove ; Inson’s forward pass was incom- subbtng for Mr. Cagle In the back- right tackle for two yards. A plete. Murrell punted thirty yards field, hurled the ball high into the f. “ : I®»« P»®’ by Hutchinson was Incom- ' over the Nebra.ska goal line, gloom and. by some strange demon- Mnrrpt* for on« Hutchinson pa.ssed to Bow- 1 McRríde Goes Through, stratlon of the art of hocus-pocus Murreu bucked lor one plunged : McBride went in for Howell, aiid the ball descended into the arms of f« three yards and a first down. | Witte went in for Sloan. an Army plaver. Hutchinson fumbled a pass from Witte faked a punt and McBride ............. Lynx-eyed occupanis of the press 1 for eight yards. McBride t«st at Pesadena a box who claimed a light acquaint- 2? v«rH nTinuiff for two five-yard went around Army’s right end for benefit con'est in Sa ance with every performer in Army FarieV raolSced FYah^^ ! * moleskln.s were unabl- to agree as ^ÍI'*NebIÍ?ka\aTkfield Caile hit Nebraska’s 22-yard line Hutchln- Witte failed to gain on at at­ to tFi« definiti« idcntitv of th» backiicid. Hit jj^n’s pos.s was Intercepted by How- c?ever vnuth ^»® the line for another yard, mchards gi¡, Nebraska’s ball on its cievtw youth who plucked that • stopped him. A pa.ss from Cagle to , oQ-vard line mi;5ír‘ól'‘;L‘dT:;\- ^som«”oi ill ii® incomplete. Jaked a paas play and How- mld.st of the du.sk. Some of the ex- Cagle attempted another pass but ell plunged for »ix yards. The gam It was broken up back of the line ; was recalled and Army was penal- bj Broadstone and Nebraska took ¡ ized five vards for offside. Howell the ball on its 18-yard line. Row- plunged for two yards. Maxwell re- Icy faked a mint and Howell hit i placed Hammack in the Army line, the lint* for three yards. Howell plunged for three yards Great Punt By Rowley. and a first down and time was up Piper replaced Murrell in Uie i for end of the first half with the _ ________________ ____________ ^ . I c , 11 . . 1 , Army backneld. Rowley punted for- , ball In Nebraska’s possession on its ; covered for a loss of thirteen yards. .j total. Fullback Murrell ty-four yards Army returnmg five 33-yard line. Murrell punted to the fiO-yard line, added the extra point, bcxistlng the, \arcis. Cagle .swung around Nebras- Score: Nebraska. 3; Army, 0. I where it wont out of bounds and it .................. * ‘ ka’s right end for eight yards. A THIRD QUARTER was Nebra.ska’s ball in mldfleld. SiJi.'"' b S“ 12' IS-wd «“■" '*“• the same is a, ' C-'et. Get Break, fine Prachf “ D^^Sce<i Uoraan at i hair, excepting Parley Nebraska drew a five yard penal- •fí '.ns Mr N.h?.,kn wg. In the bickfleld tor Prahm, The ty lor having an extra man on the Cagle lost a yard In an attempt- ' ■ «eld.. Wlt»'.x forward pas^ was In- WfftUall .. Davison ... Cowdirv Daartnger Murphv C. Johnson Cow ton ... I ^nc« title. The Tinlversltv of Cnli- fomla «nd the Southern institution earlier in the sen.snn had played to R nothing to nothing tie. Prior to today's game the Bear , goal line had b<»en uncrox.sed bv a 1 roll<*ee team during the pre.sent; Cor>^»n on co. ................... 9 7 2 .777 ... ... 9 «3 668 ........................... « 3.669 ................... 8 » 4 .5ö5 ................... 9 4 ».444 ................... 9 1 •.111 ■%L ST.kNOIND». or bettan O. Pin« AV. ....................... J 5.3 IBI ........................ • 1050175 .......................... « 1554173 ........................ 9 1543 l7l .......................... 61013 160 ......................... 6 995166 .......................... B1481 166 .......................- B 1448 161 ......................... t 1440160 .......................... 9 1461 161 ....................... 6 962 Ino .......................... 3 476 157 .......................... 6935 139 .......................... 6 828 195 .......................... 6 923154 .......................... 3 463154 .......................... 6 915na .......................... 9 1371162 .......................... 5 754 151 .......................... 6 900150 ..................... 6914153 .......................... 9 1245149 ......................... 9 1333 148 ......................... 6 1306 145 .......................... « 8i0145 .......................... 5 727 146 .......................... 3 43Ò 14.t ............................ 6846 141 .......................... 9 1260 140 (ITY LE 401 E. [ STANDINGS Pin« W L Pct. c.RAiN usaarTR By Int«rnBt:oit»I Ni>«a H^rvtcp. CHlCAiTO. N#k 3« C1r«lns ntoo^ low »t tnd«'. Wheat we* off Sc. corn IS«UI c end oete S O 'ic. Wheat iiertert »il’.c htfher in eym* peth.v with ttr«n(th et IsfvtrfKkoI, bu* etta- imrt .koon lei up end tne merkH drt'ppe* flown to ebout the previoue ctoee on eell- ig hv 1( e'a ar.rt hou.tes with norUvweit lonneciIr i.a I'lehe in wheel we« moderefe end the meiket niiv ed w.Uitn e narrow rente, Iltiukf- -van eastern end foietgn eonnec- tion.'- weie fair buyers el Ih# ot*enlnt, He’lii'g we.k «fttie.ed There we« Mtife Th-..>yoivo. 1 n« l-x^k-d dn, fnr ”'.Vi tSii.tde gcncrelly fevoreWe Uvetpool clohcd Sn higher Torelgn demend fof wtifei ci-ntln’tes eomewh«i lii«ttlv« Keer Argentine wheel i« more freely offered It w«k refi.irted The ce -h whe«i merbet conltnue« ftrin end offerin|.s moderate, eeftmetod recolp; i were 23 ver.s C'orn w 14 oi4*»e lower on »elltng by c.omminoa houeee. Sevorehle wewtber ooti* riition; oier the hell ceu*ed the weekneee. liorel profewelonels were fair bueere on fh* brewk Merket wee narrow end nervoue, second quarter, and reeled off sev- I I.#edtng reoelvere »« vihere wee eery lit. »,..,1 «i»k , 4 ,w--rv. I.W . rr.«- omt tlie ' tie com booked to arrive on over nigh» bide Some report that rountry offerings ere held above the market. Estimated ra­ re.pf.v wer- 313 cere. <)wte were lower on *e:iing by looala. (\>mml»«ion houses with northwtet oonnec- tloiVf were fair bu)ere of the December on the decline. Irada w.v» juet fair Thera we« some buyina of December againat talas of May at lo difference Etetlmaiad racetpta were S3 car*. Provlstcm« were eeeler. Cbleago Range ef Brteaa. (From the Updike Drain Co. 734-1»» Tar* minet Bldg > ____________ CHICADO, Hi . War. I* (Tpen , High their fifth defeat of the season «t the end of the first quarter Willis Gla.sgow. one of the fleetest half backs ever to invade Affh Arbor, tore off a brilliant 55 yard run in the first quarter, giving the Haw- keyes a 7 point margin when he booted the kk’k for the extra point. Not to be outdone. Michigan took the offen.stve at the start of the Auto Clearing House Klnecy Tire Co............ ßcoreboHid ............ Midwest Roofing Co. A B. C ............................. 31513 315S0 31304 312Í13 31335 31304 543 auti .600 .500 eral firs» domTSS in a row. to get the oval on the Hawkeye’.s 17 yard | stripe. Standing on the 28 yard line, Oembis: "Dynamite Joe,” as he : is known hereabout*, placed one of ht.s kicks sqimrely between the uprights. and the .«core was 7 to 3. At half time, the ball was in mid- i field when the Hawks gained on A .«erle.s of punt exchanges. IiRunchlng another drive, the maize and blue ball runners reeled off five fir.st downs in a row. and on a clever lateral p«.«s from Trus- kouT.kl to Dahlem. scored the winning nolnts. Gcmbis aeatn goaled, and Michigan was ahead 10 to 7. CITY TITLE TO OMAHA TECH HI Maroons Defeat (^entral In 12-0 (iame; Purple Team Surprises. OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 24—Technical high school won another city ' cliampTon.shlp Saturday by trim' ming Central in their annual meeting. 12 to 0, on the Creighton stadium lot. A rejuvenated Purple Ÿïbi»( May. I>c . Mch. Corn M«y lire.. Mch. Oet* May Mch. R.fr May. .H33S 124 ll«'i- UÍW 131S t2lH I i ' BO'*.' BO'y ' »5S •Di , i7‘v I I 47»»-' 47’4 49'»7i 47 4«'i 4fi\ I D>w Clot# . YeaU r 1 “ 132'4 |138-*4!13S'»|- 116H-|ll»'o- I34H- tSOtkt 115S 1304« SB S4 »e% 47H 48H 4ñS SB-Hi BOI«« •kVè-l »5H- a«A4-, »74k 47'-, I «7«*- 108', I08'k T07’4 Dec lOSVi 1031103'» Mch... 106 lü9 ,105’* Lard I Dec 1130-0 1130 TÎ35 .Ian 1183 ,1185 ill7» ¡ ' 46 >y ^071* 103 <« 105 >* I 11135 11175 4î'k 4» 4* 107% 103S i 105 H I 11135 118» |)îM^cKooI .w Army Uital to 13 points and the jig was up with the Cornhuskers. Fumbles ILaJt Nebraska. Nebraska’s scoring ^achievement punctuated the second period. Mes.srs. Hoit'ell, Rowley and Sloan had just concluded the business of digging of considerable soil in the ed plunge. Cagle punted thirty yards, Nebraska not attempting a general direction of the Army goal, return. It was Nebraska’s bail on its but the fumbling Jinx horned in ^8-yard line. On a quick kick Row- Avhen the Huskcrs had penetrated l».y punted tire ball seventy-tivo to within ten yards of the final yards across the Army goal for a «triple and apparently were on their louchbark. It’s the Army’s ball on Roby High Scorer. NELSON. Neb.. Nov. 24- Nelson high gridsters traunced Harvard here Friday 26-0. Roby registered 19 of the total points and Zimmerman the other six. Butte Beats Spencer. BUTTE. Neb.. Nov 24—A large i House oup of spectators witnetssed Butte co §883 Oibner for Nave at quarterback. complete. Peaker replaced Russell in Sloan kicked off sixty yards over ; the Nebraska backfleid. Another Army goal line. Army’s ball on its ! Nebra.ska pass was incomplete. Wit- 20-yard line. Ca^le made no gain ■ te's’ pass to Fisher bounced out of on run from punt formation. Army j Fishers hands into Allan's svho car- pulled line spread and Murrell ried the ball to Nebraska’s 37-yard plunged for three yards. Cagle ran line There was t.me cut with ball . . .. .. J 14 - . around Nebraska’s right end for in Army’s possession on Nebraska’s . 4 .n, ®l®''®n y^» a flrat down. Cagle , 37-yard line. Set back by the fumble^ but sUll for three yards on the first play. ; passed to Oibner, was Incomplete. i Allan made four yards over right S retaining posse.^sion of the ball, the Piper fumbled and recovered but Another pass, Cagle to Oloner, i tackle. Hutchinson plunged for; Nebra.ska .signal called for Halfback lQ.xt four yard.s. C r ^I p punted forty ; was also incomplete. Army got a three vards. Hutchinson made live : Clair Sloan to u.se his educated toe yards and It was Nebraska’s ball on I five yard penalty for second In- i yards ‘through the line for a first toward the achievement of a goal 41-yard line. Howell hit center | comolete pass. Gibner went over the i down. from the find. The youth from tor five vards. Howell fumbled and ¡ Nebraska left tackle for four yards. 1 Murrell made two yards and was : Verdón was fully equal to all re- recovered for a three yard loss.; Cagle punted thirty-six vards and i forced out of bounds. It was getting : Quirements of the occasion and his Rowley on a quick kick drove the , ^'ebraska failed to return the ball. | so dark that the player.s can hardly i ^ kick sent the ball hurtling over the ball out of bounds on the Army’s: its Nebraska’s ball on its 30-yard i be distinguished on the field. ¡Clarence Raishs Cozad high grtd- croas-bar and between the uprights 34-yard line where the Army takes | Rowley plunged through center for 1 rrahh in Toorhdnwm ' Holorege here FYlday :y a field goal as ever was I*ossesston. I two yards. Army took out Ume. - ,. by a 19-0 score before one of the "Chrla” Dropped 40 Yards. Cagle plunged for two yards. A puss by Cagle to Oibner netted ; 1NDIVIDUALAVERAGCS. Fins O Are. , Ludwig Vlcek ................. ............ 4563 24 190 Roht Browne ..............______ 456024 190 E*e Finley ..................... ............ 448524187 Deo. Dinwiddle .............. ............ 8894 31185 Lew Orave* . ............... ............ 3837 31 184 Henry Kflkenbcrg ... Claude French ................ ............ 3848 21 184 .............. 4396 34183 Lee R. Sipe ..................... . _____ 384121183 H. Carbon ..................... ............ 339918183 A. <3. Runge ................ ............ 4356 24 183 Frank Simodynea ___ ............ 435534 182 Chas. Pahey ................... ............ 435234 183 Ben Keck ....................... ............ 3831 3!183 C Chrlslerusen .............. ............ 481131180 1 Ben Fmjelson ................. 1 Roywl Dutton ................. ............ 431134 180 ____ 4310 34 1*0 1 Pet KeUo .......................... ............ 323218 180 1 Mart Lange ..................... D. C. Hudson ................ ............ 2698 IS180 ............ 4393 31179 Robert Clow ................ ............ 437934 173 Rflck Irwin ..................... ............ 376631 179 Henry Beai ..................... ...... 4244 24 177 Oeo Amend ..................... ............ 3701 31 177 ' Bee Finley .................... ............ 3164 18 176 ; P. A Brow n ................... ............ 211713 178 i Cha*. Lebseck ................ ............ *210 24 176 ■ Dick James ................... ............ 3145 1« 174 Al Moritz .......................... ............ 4183 24173 .»e.«s Theobald ................ .............. 4822 24 170 B-rt Amepoker ............ ............ 3033 18 168 , Philip Wadhams .......... ............ 3971 34 165 High team series for season. Auto Clear- Uhaat I DfC 109»» May... ,116’4 500 aggregation made the Maroons put 438 forth their very best to win the ^ d * c : 7«'. Uis.sle and then it was a pair of May.... 84% "breaks ’ that gave Tech Its oppor- tunltie.s. At the opening of the second jie- Kanaaa City R»ng« of Frieaa. (From Laraflon Bros. Ar Cn , 603 Kira» Ifsfl BanX Rldg.) j Open Higii Low | Cloaa'flfaaV. r ‘ j 109», 1084» not 116% ;U6>, ,116% 116 , ¡116'» 116% 10B»I 116% 116% 7»', 84». 774i 83% 77% I 79% •3% »44, DAILY C'ARLOT OECKirTS. (Fumtahed by the UpdlXe Drain Co.) back acro.ss the goal. Randone fell ~ on it for a touclidown. In the same, ‘ .................. . quarter. Wilhelm was hurried on i another punt and it went out of umaha — bounds on the Central 14 yard line, whr-at ................... Caciappo crossed the goal after hus ) — end run and a penalty put the ball: on the one yard line. The lineup.«: wheat ................... Tech— Po.s. —Central: Com ........................ Randone .............le-----.... Hughes| oi.t« ............, Pokorney It......................Taylor Hodges .................Ig....................Weiner » . Nov34 Today 8afy .. 33 31 .. 1.1 304 .. 33 40 77 6* .. 31 34 .. 1113 . 15»346 .. 5B 35 . 13• IINCOI-N C ASH DKAIN. Jones ...................c Hullingcr rg. Morse ....................rt. Murray Fran -----re. Murray Fred... ab. Wahl.strom Ib. Brock ....................rb. Caciappo .............fb. Referee—Adam.s. Haynie Baysorfer ................... Poff Shroeder Lungren Wilhelm .... Van Dahl ................. Oloe Omaha. Um- LINCOLN, Neb . No». 34 The followlne are c>.an pricea paid for grain In the Llneoln market: WHEAT- No 2 hard »1.03, No. 8 hard 81.00. No. 4 iia.d 9<c. CORN New No. 3 78c; No. ». 1«c; No. 4, 72c, No. 6 70r. group orub Spencer here Friday afternoon by a count of 6-0. Out of eight games played Butte now maintains a record of .seven victories and one lie, the deeadloc'A being with Platte. S. D. If Butte can defeat Ewing here ’manksglvlng day It will place | '■uiun^ry ' tlifm among the championship ag- | Grainger Broa giegatlons of northeast Nebraska. “““ ’ " onse 2896. am £prl<*a for week. Coryell Oil High Ind. »erlM for i>eason. Vlcek, 688 High Ind aeries for week, Vlcek 670. pire -Kirn. Northwe.stern. Head- linesman—Hickey, Creighton. INDLSTRIAL LEADLE, TEAM 8TASDINCÎK. Oooch’s Beet Olobe Pin a nee Bpeler a Laundry Cozad Trims Holdrege. lor a.s nifty Score: Army. 13; Nebraska. 3. Grier kicked off to McBride for largest crowds that ever assembled cr. the local gridiron. Dutton of Cozad wa.s the stellar performer of the day, scoring two touchdowns and averaging 15 yards every time he carried the bail. Montcomeiy netted the other Cozad taUy. starred on the line for the home team, while Eddy and Brewster performed to a good advantage for Keck ... Point* .. »Rempke Barr ..., Flnler .. Theobald Calloway Egger DavldSOu ! Q Kempke* .... lö3Ttmmon.i .............. 147 Crabb In Touchdown. ►xecuted in the annals of the favor- ' "Chrla” Dropped 40 Yards. Caale Flip« 25 Yards. Ite college p^Ume^ ; Cagle plu^^ Kr A i Miller replaced Hall. Army center. | Lr a twenty Th. o? lie B?m2sVn-.d to , fiwentyl^elght'var^ triid 5h2 , ‘’“ig.X''-, iujji' k't?i wSt ■ confuse and confound the Huskers Nebra.ska right i^d for half yard Jhir^.-ix v£L Siaie raturnfni i ; during the same second period. On I fain. Ball on Nebra»ka’s 35-yard , yards^^ iiipped^wrfec\ paIies*T<? Sloa^ who A pate. Cagle to Piper, was In- 1 ^ n^Keele^ wint left end for i ^i^ty-flve yards. McBride return- tad 4 "l«;"fwd «St/“»; SeTaltafii“ytrron ~ to a touchdo«;,. on boUi playa, but | a half ywd^ Mi.rr.U punted torw to Rai^'tflU take a apuad of S.«« : b“ '"Score'Nebraska. 0; Army, 0. ' flve°'vards Cagle''''relur?'na''^Sn ^ 45-yard ilne.°'A pfiunge by SECOND OVAKTEB. yards '"o ^rm?fJl-ySd in?® Mm? j X.n'y’S'd” penMty^™? While Cagle was^unlng Icwkln« «'> tor thr« yards j King. Hutihfrnon mashed the • one to_ pass the ball to right guard. Cagle passed to Mess- ,,«a. fnr ra-n vnrdc and O W L T P 31 30 1 16463 21 18 3 15892 21 17 4 16394 51 14 7 16607 21 11 10 14856 J, I. C»»e . 31 10 11 15103 Hussong St Rogars 21 10 11 14904 Nebr. Lumbar St M. 31 B 13 13820 Sinclair Oil .............. 21 7 14 14043 le. N«b. Lt. Power 21 5 16 14167 City of Lincoln . 21 5 16 13763 Olobe Leundry .... 31 0 31 11362 IndiriSnel Areragea. «140 or better,» ... IBSHelzer ................... .... nSLoosbrock ........... .... 175vorris ................... .... 174Roth ....................... 169 *ohn*on .............. .... leSMoehler .............. .... leSVlcDonald ........ 163Hsllrr Pel SS3 ,897 .809 667 534 .476 476 .428 .333 .238 338 .000 NEBRASKA STOCKS .AND Bi^NDS. OMAHA. Neb. No 34 iQuoiationa furnUhrd by Bum.«. Potter and Co. stock«. Stack Etchanfo Closad. The .N'rw Ynrk atoek exchange mi * curb market were eloeed Saturday 4« afford 1rokerage hou»ee an opportunity to cat-'h up with their work foUewing the Poani markets of the paat three weeka. Beatrice Creamery pfd . utlahy PBCkla»? pld. Fairmont Creamery pfd Fairmont Creamery com. Firit N«t1 Bk Omaha Bid 106'.-, lOl ....115 ...180 com. 330 the cleats of his shoes cut the sod from vuider his feet and he tumbled W the turf, an easy prey for Army tacklers. Efforts of the press box pcsU. the writer Includctl, to compile statistics of the battle were hopelessly futlie. Twelve hundred military cadets 22 Btraahetm Shepard Ferguson Oar tne r Hansen . Anderson 148 145 141 141 143 143 143 142 Merna outfit. Nineteen have already ! «'•tyntfit made their letters, all but five of i Matheas' which will return to school next i Kempkes fall. ■ Twelve nundred mUilary cadets ior some one to pass me oaii wj iigiiv guara. c.agie passea to xviess- | . vard«; and Nebraska wera grouped In the stands directly» ’ hen he was run back it seems that; ]or twenty-five yards. It was | a 5-v^r^ Uie play «c Ev.» .A,..,,.. K.AA. „„.9 he set a record for the vear In run- first down for Armv and the ball ! ^ pciiany on me pi»y. in front of the pres.s box and exu- ^ record for the year in run- first down for Army'and the ball berant youth insisted on having its; opposition. | was on Nebraska’s 37-yard line. iUng, meaning that after every ex- punted the ball out of bounds | Crosoes Goal. : citing moment the cadets would \ts Ne-; On a fake revcrs^^^ Ca^le | stand enmasse. completely obstruct- ora®“»» ball on its 45-yard line. broke through the left side of the ; Ing the view of the press box oc- Rowley passed to Sloan for a Nebraska line for a 37-yard run and , twelve yard gain. Sloan made one | ^ touchdown. I yard on a wide end run. Rowley' Score: Nebraska. 3; Army. 6. plunged for tliree yartis. Another | , Sprague rnLvsed the extra ' pass. Rowley to feloan,’ gained' kick. | eleven vards. ILs Nebraska’s ball on' Score: Armv, 6: Nebraska, 3. the Armv 29-yord line. I Sprague kicked off fifty-five, Aerobatic Pasa Play. ' vards. Sloan returning twenty yards I Army lock out tin«. On both ol - SutaM^-'foi'^wo vtiV"' a SX? ^ ^tvpr'\*nrt^^lTiea!^fle’^^hnt Hltnnpd sni.ish gained three vards, cejver had a clear iieid but slipped ^ pass. Rowlev to Sloan was good cupants. The radetk and Darknes.«. During the final ten minutes of the combat the siiibes were utterly Ignorant of what was transpiring on the field. Only the bare outlines of the Cornhuskers white helmets could be seen from the press coop. Compilation of statistics, therefore, wa* a hopeless task. Murrell swung around the end for twenty yards. Murrell was stopped with no gain on the next play. Hutchinson made no gain on a try at tlie line. Another Army plunge by Murrell failed to gain os lime wi !62Theo B-rg 1635tr«n»ky 159Sta«ka .. 158Fff ............ 157Mulehla . 156’>r>iTf>k ., 156Sacks ... 156Bear« ..................... 142 155Rumboltr t 142 l55We*i .................... 141 . 156 Thompson ............ 140 153Mook ....................... HI ISSAycM ..................... 140' l83Hobh* ................... 140 151 Rudolph ................. 140' 151 H.kh atn»la »am« Pointa, 2.54 High three game Points, 685. High team .‘»enes. Oooch’s Best. 810. High team game team Oooch’i Best —t 1-temoni Jt Sk lud Hk com... Oooch Food Prod pld Dooch M. Kle pfd H »par $50» Lin Jt BkSk Ld Bk com . . Lincoln Tel . Tal com ................ Natl Am Fire In».................... Near. Indem. Co............................. NeUras’ita Power 7i pfd N W Bell Tel pfd ................... Om S£ CB Ry A: Br. pfd . ... J 49 , Dm. & CB St Ry. pfd. ... 149 I Orna At CB St., Ry. com ............ 148 ! Orcuaid & Wilhemi p»d.......... 148 Om Natl Bank com ......... 81 Joe 8tk Yds com .............. Bt. Louis 81 k Yds com......... 8x City Stk Yd* com .............. Sx Cty Stk Yds. com .............. Bklnner Mfg iMac l.st pfd. . Skinner Mfg. (Maci 2nd pfd. Union Stk Yds. Om. com ... 190 1.90 149 55 . 80 . 46 . 78 , 1?6 . 60 . 75 107 .108 . 30 .350 . 95 . 95 .133 .122 . 95 SO . 98 Asked 109 117 240 65 85 ¿3 63 6.5 llOxd 110 45 30 6 91 100 100 69% LINt'OLN KGDR AND POlXT«T. (Quotatloua Irom Samuel L. Uhottak) LINCOLN, Neb. Nov. 34 ERgs. strictly frobh Hen«, hea»y ............................................ Hens, light ....................................... Hen», Xjeghorn ................................. Springs ........................................................ Bpriiif«, Leghorn ................................ Coca* ................................................ ' Ducka, vuung ....................................... ' 0*c«e ............................................ Turkey* ............................................... Pigiions, per dor.................................. .350 aio iS aie '& IM IM »M HOURLY temperatures Steel Oqulsl Reiter S p. tn.............. ...458a. m......... . .. 31 9 p. m....... .. 439a. m .... .........3;i 10p. m .............. . . .4210 a m ... . ____37 11 p in ............ .4311 a. m .......... ... 3» 12 midnight... ...41 , 12 noon... , .........40 2a. tn ............ ..38 3 p. m ... , . ,4. 1 a m.............. . . .39 1 p. m .. 40 3a m .............. .38 3p. in.......... . ...40 4a in.............. . . 34 4 p. m .......... ... 39 5a. m ............ . , 33 ‘ 5p. in ......... .........37 7a. m ............ .. .31 7p. m..................31 6 a m.. ..,. .32 6p. in......... .. . 33 as called. Final .score : Army, ka, 3. 13; Nebras- Soort iefs l>spite the lack of doflnite fig- for two y^ds. Wwley ures. it l.s unquestioned that ‘’i»"®® returning five Boldiers both out-yarded and out-! “®^. ai ^ It* Anny’s ball on lls 30- downed the Invading gridders from k ^ Army . tHi» nitrlHlik wiMif M at ny-tHMlauK 9 V tm DHCiCn^lu Comstock Blanks North Loop. COMSTOCK, Neb. Nov. 24—Com- ulock won over North Loup here on Friday, 18-0. The brilliant attack of i 254 the Comstock outfit was the feature oi the game, while in defense the home te.Tin allowed but three first downs to be made against them. Captain Conow ay’s return of a North Ix)up punt behind the interference of L. Kllma, tackle, was the , _ ------------------- ieature play of the game. Fuller. | Tho.se »wful Phillies, who lo.st 109 quarterback for North Loup, starred . wi of 152 game.s. in 1928. mean ,:oo « u........................... ... for the visitors. C«mstock engages! nothing in the lives of anyone but 1 12 30 p. m .......................... 4o Sargent, an old athletic rival, in its i the Chicago Cub.s, But to the Cubs 1 7 00 p. m .................... 3i Phillies Poison To Chicago Cubs Sunrl*«. 7.27 a m.; iuiiset, 5 03 p in. Highest temperalure, 41 degree»; lowe.M temperature. 31 degree.N mean temperature, ;»6 degrees, which is I degree above normal. Drv W’ft R-1. bulb bulb bulb 31 28 6!) L2 3« 26 41 Turkey day contest. S5T. PAUL WINS ANOTHER. ST. PAUL. Neb.. Nov. 24— Keith All experts and coaches are Davis of St. Paul w'a.s the outstand- Armv .>«**'^“- rkiuiy» umn vtii u»- agreed that Bo Cuislner, Wisconsin ing figure in St.. Paul’s defeat of anrt Rirhflrrt* quarter, is (me of the best of the the Genoa Indians here Friday „f ^ and Richards re- pj^^y recalled a* both teams 1928 season. afternoon by a 32-10 count. Davis !^ were off side. Rowley punted forty , , * «aArmn r®8‘stered four of the team’s touch- • ?ll: yoi ds, Cagle returning thirteen Besides playing ball for $40.000 a dowu.s. counting one on a 75-yard Ne- the middle west. Neiertheless, the Huskers made It a ball game (or mrkid it out of 'lie a!r i sixty minutes and but for the lire- ^ ^ l pressble Mr. Cagle mlgiit well have Howell plunged for three yards | plucked the laurels. a first down The ball was on I Unfortunauly for the Comhusker 1];® J.'fi®’ ^f®F * cause, Mr. Oa football team R i * u . iiuiti>nE miu tur „I-* * w Armv need nothing more than a U i, Anodier mrward PRM by yards. Gibner swung loose over left Cagle team to appropriate the spoils «O'^vell wa.s Incomplete and Nehras- tackle for eight yards and a first Mneup and Summary * f,"® yard penalty. Sloan , ’^wn. Murrell failed to gain, but Nebrsuika if- Pos Armv 13 # Nc’oraska drew a fifteen yard pen• ^ clilmark F'® ™ i alty for piling on the play. carlmark ^ ¿o-yard line. Army Passes Fail. Sloan dropped back to the 40- | Cagle’s long pa.ss w as Incomplete. they meant disaster, luln. de.spair agony, terrific sufierini and the lo.ss of a pennant. Tlie Cards ‘murdered” the Phillies; the Giants did almost ditto. Yet whenever the Phillle.s found themselves opposed by the Cubs the Prevailing direction of wind, northweet. Highest velocity, 20 mile* per hour. Height of barometer &t 7 p. tn., 30.66 Inches Pr»elpitation for last 24 hours, none. THOMAS A BLAIH. MeleoroiOgLt temperature and PRECIPITATION YEBTERlJAY N%w Toril Oottam. By International New,« Service NEW YORK, Nov 24 cotton Price« were carried up approximately 7Sc a bale on a late rally ia ¡ the market here today. Strong buying 1 fiom outside aourcea developed after it became evident that further ilquldatloa In Dei ember, prompted by the proximity ef first nutlce day, had about run tta eonrae. Little outton will be tendered for delivery in that position on Monday, It wsa expected. Heavy profit-taking «ale«, principally la May, and influenced chiefly by outtida speculative influences, came into tha ring at the rail and price* opened tha day at declines of 6 to 14 points. Liquidation In December wa* offaat to a great extent by a good demand from both domestic and foreign trade Intaresta. Liverpool nnd the continent absorbed offerings auppllcd by ipot bouses. Naw Or. leans and houses wirTi Japanese corinec- ¡ lions, I Arrangements for the .«ale of a cotton ' exchange membership at 145,000, a new record high price, were announced toda». The membership of H. C. Hlreh of Mlrcn. Lllienthal At Compaoy, brokerage firm here, was sold for $38.000, an advanca of : $4,000 over the previous sale price, L!q.iidalion continued throughout the •i bhoit .se;:iion, liowever, and later moat of 1 the advance was lust. Prices closed tha day tinchanged to 13 point« higher Spot ! cotton was quiet and 10 points higher, : middling upland«. 30.60c. fprember tln- ' ished at 30 46c, January 20 37c, March, 30 39c, Muy 20 35c, July 20 13c, October 19 67r. New York (kitton By International News Rervlee NEW YORK. Nov. 34 .V,. ... Russell replaced Rowley in uiuc k *«-« «¿If t.s a considerable f?. 5J « 1 braska’s backfield. Murrell drove golf clubs all by hlmseif and the Farley was incom-j over Nebraska’s right guard for 4 vards. Its Army’s ball on its 33-yard , year. Rogers Hornsby says he makes return of a kickoff through the en- iine. , quite a little by selling hri famous' tire Indian team. Everett Davis and blue grass to basebail clubs and Art Lynch were outstanding per, formers In the line w'h’le Rave carried honors for the Braves. John Philip Sousa will compose a special march for the Olymp/: games of 1932 at Lo* Angeles. . Sprague Hanunack Morgan ..............LE......... Richatrds LT......... Holm L3......... Tames .................C . McMullen RT............. Broftdstine Ashburn . Sloan ... Farley ... F^ahm .. Hottell ...........FI................ Murrell Substiturums: Nebra.sk;i - Prucha *or Morgan, Rua.seU for Rowley. I‘Cwandowski for Prucka, Farley for Ltahm. Fisher for Morgan. Prahm Ikr Farley, Munn for Richards, Mc- SARGENT REGISTERS WIN. LOUP CITY. Neb.. Nov, 24—Sargent grid.9tefs w'on a 12-0 rictory Frank Goff of the Harrtsburg. over Loup City here Friday In the Pa., club can’t turn over a new leaf final quarter after playing three iiui.i*«-«, ... „ 1 , K.,» i beginning of the year. He’s scoreless periods. Conrad scored the . Hall thi kicS .hi, • f i I U (L u' ^ 90-day suspension to start ^ first touchdown on a forward pass lumber i ^9^9- P«ay whiie Metcalf broke through center for 53 yards to net the second counter. I j OUD City never threatened the visitors’ goal. thirty yard.s. returning three yards, it was Nebraska’s ball on Army’s 37-yard line. Army took out time. Rowiej passed to Sloan for slx- leen yards. Sloan plunged for seven fover Army's yards, but fumbled. Rowley recov-1 yards and A Canadian team, Manitoba university, is on Uie University of North Dakota schedule each year, yard Io.ss back I L^«:t year the FlickertaUa won, 33 01 the line of scrimmage. Murrell • to 0; thi.s year. 52 to 0. ______ punted thirty.thrw yards, pbras-! . a . netreH-DetrDU (%urar.. i; otu»*. ka making no return. Nebraska» DePaul and Niagara universitle* i. (Ue.i ball on Its 19-y?rd anc. Howell went broke the ice with the first Sunday <»( Toront®—Taront«. 4; Montreal 5i«- Hockey Results. Take a look at the conduct of the Phillies against the Cards, Giants and Cubs: Phillies Versus- Won Ix>6t C:>rdinals ................................2 20 Giants .........................................'i 1” Cub* .............................................9 13 The Cards, as can be noted, scored 15 net victories over the Phillies, the Giants scored 12 and the Cuba could garner only four, showing Lincom — Uiat the St. Louri crowd ouL^cored j^utsvuli. ti.e Cubs by 14 games in play laempni* ...! against the Phillies * Miles cuy Ina.smuch as the Cubs were beaten only for.r games for the ptnnani i ’yor* the fact IS established that Uie Nor»h piat*« Phillies in their comparative play Oklahoma city against Bt. Louis and Chicago were om#h« the d»*cirilng factors. BUmarck Bolf e . . .. Buffalo ..., Cheyenne Chicago Concordia Denver De« Moines Dodge CUy Oalveftcn Helena Huron . . , jRCkxorvville Kanseti CUy «•orlland left Axmy tackle for five took out time. COllegiatT fcotball game in the east. , *'®^rM';«treal_New York ABierIc.n,. *: It was played for charity. < >l*ntr«a| Caaadlana, s. Luke Urban and Tony Comerford, Boston college's greateft ends of all time, both are coaching- Urban at Canialus (Buffalo» and Comerford at Luyóla (Baltimoie). Uale'gn .......... Rapid Oil) St. Louifc 9alt î.tko City Thu h ranci*co Santa Fe .. .Sioux Clt:.............. Wa.Tnngtou 32 52 44 40 42 46 <4 40 50 68 10 32 «6 48 41 76 64 63 40 32 66 44 44 .5« 38 r.o «0 36 50 42 64 46 06 50 .00 .00 .00 ,00 00 00 .00 .00 00 00 on 00 00 00 .00 .00 00 00 .00 ,00 00 Cotton nrl/re« opejied today at deelines of 8 to 14 points, .January «old et 30.23c; March 20 36c; Mat 20 17c: July IB B5c; DC- loher U».53c and December 20 38c New York Cotton Eaturea Ranft«. By International New« Service NEW YORK. Nov. 24 0 |»en High Low Cloae 20 23 20.93 . . 20 23 20 48 .. 30 25 20 53 .. 20 17 10 44 .. 18.95 30 35 .. 19 63 19 80 30.60 December »anuary March .. May .... July -----October Spot ..,. 20 25 30 33 20 32 20 09 19 88 19 47 20 49 30 37 30 39 10.35 20.12 IB.6* (Tlirafo rotion. By inleraatlonal New» Service. CHICAOO, Nov. 34. Cotlon clo«ed three polata iower to 1} po»nt.s hlgher loday. Jkil- Dee. cime 19 72; Jan. Cime 19 8?,,, «'h)s<‘ 19 65; May. MrS. f-O 13.80; Oct . dote. 19 4^^^^^^,,. , Il Wash- 00 , POT4 .00 dull; m noijerf' .00 i>j.) .03 I .00. ,fio1 00 00 :.4,vuaroAf^. Sem!-Aiithrac"V\ ' The loficaJ fiDuluth, Lincoln Fuma» «12 I

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