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Comhuskers Tramp on Notre Dame 14-6 Missouri Tigers Scare Jay hawks Off
TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1022
BRAND OF FIGHT
Cornhuskers Put Great
Climax on Glorious
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 30. No
braka crowned Its string of football
tulilevomonts on Nobrnska field hero
toilny by demonstrating a superior
nuallty o football in a sectional con
test with Notro Damn university, the
:amn ending with tho Cornhuskers
nn the larger end of a 14 to 6 score.
More than 16,000 spectators watched
the Nebraska team plow great holes
through tho line of the South Bond
team. . . , i ,
Notro Damo was not lacking in
making gains, though the scale hung
heavily In favor of tho victorious
Cm nhuskers. While the aerial gamo
of Notre Dame was not employed to
the advantage that wan expected, It
served at times to make ground and
the only touchdown scored by the
.south Benders. Mtllerin's great run
down tho aldo line after a fair catch
of Leydcn'3 forward pass In tho
third period, was one of the out
standing spectacular features ,of the
game. , ,
H. Dowltt paralleled this achieve
ment In tho fourth period, when he
Dluneed through tho left side of
Notre Dame's lino for 40 yards,
bringing the ball to the opponents'
15-yard line. A lucky tacklo by
Stuhldreher saved a touchdown.
In the first period, Nobraska loflt
a touchdown by a costly fumble by
N'oble when tho ball was within a
few feet of thu goal line.
Nebraska's flcores were mttdo In
the second period, Tho first came
after a series of line plunges by
Noble, Kusscll, l.cwellyn and Hart
ley had advanced the ball to within
IS yards of Notro Dame's goal line.
Sthercr, tho Cornhuskcr right end,
ran to his co-end's corner for 18
,uds, which brought tho ball to tho
i-yard line. Hartley, plowed through
the remaining dJtnnce for the
touchdown and then drop kicked for
the extra point. Later, In tho period
H.irtlqy Bhot a forward pass to
Noble, who broko loose around
Notre Dame's left end for tho eecond
Preston, Nebraska, regular quar
ter back, out of the game With a
broken leg, was carried to tho field
and watched the gamo from the
side lines. Gen. John J. Pershing
occupied a special box and was
Nebraska's guest of honor. Ho ap
peared at the game In civilian
clothes and was accompanied by
a small party of friends.
Line-up and summary:
Nebraska Pos. Notro Dnme
fa'choeppct LB (c) Carbcrry
Venko - LT Cotton
Bassett LO AVeibel
Patterson G Regan
Uertjulst UG Degree
Veller rtT Obcrst
Scherer UE Vergora
llussell QI5 Tnomas
Lewcllyn LH Bergman
Noble HH Connoll
Hartley (c) KB Liverpool
Score by periods:
Nebraska 0 14 0 0 14
Notre Dame 0 0 6 0 S
Nebraska scoring Touchdowns,
Hartley, Noble. Points from try after
touchdowns, Hartley 2.
Notre Dame scoring Touchdown,
D. Miller (substitute for Connell).
Itcferep Walter Kckersall, Uni
versity of Chicago. Umpire J. J,
Schommer, University of Chicago.
Head linesman P. H. Young, Wes
leyan university. Field Judge H.
O. Hedges, Dartmouth. Time of
periods 15 minutes.
Columbia U 39 to 6
NEW YORK. Nov. 30. Display
ing a powerful, bewildering run
ning attack, Colgate's eleven over
whelmed Columbia today, 69 to 6.
The Maroons rushed oyer a touch
down In the first fsw minutes oi
play and after a brief offensive by
Columbia In tho second quarter, tho
up-staters turned tho contest Into
Tryon, hard running half back,
and Morgan, the Maroon field
general, ripped off long gains
through tho line and around the
ends repeatedly. Tryn scored
five touch downs, one on a spectac
ular 82-yarcl run In the third quar
ter and another In the last period
after a dash half the length of the
O'Dowd Wins From OKLAHOMA HOLDS Oklahoma Aggies j MISSOURI TAKES
Rosenberg in 8fh
On Foul; to Probe
NEW YORK, Nov. SO. Mlko
O'Dowd of St. Paul won on a foul In
tho eighth round of a scheduled 15
iround bout hero today, with Dave
Rosenberg of New York. Rosenberg
was disqualified for hitting low aft
er two minutes and 28 seconds of
fighting In that round. O'Dowd was
leading by a wide margin when the
Tho Judges' decision awarding the
liout to O'Dowd gives him tho recog
nition of tho New Tork state athletic
commission as world's middleweight
Rosenberg twice had been warned
by Referee Patsy Haley In the
eighth round when suddenly O'Dowd
crumpled up and sank to the floor.
Referee Haley lmmedlntely dls-juaH.
led Roflonborg and tho hout was
awarded to tho St. Paul boxer by the
Immediately after the bout Deputy
Roxing Commissioner Harry Burch
HI ordered that Rosenborg'o shara-of
the receipts be withheld pending nn
Investigation by tho athletic com
mission. O'Dowd outfought and
outgcnerallod Rosenberg all tho way
scoring a knockdown In the third
round. When Referee Haley wa
forced to warn tho Now Yorker for
hitting low, O'Dowd had a big lead
and was still going strong.
The weights announced were:
O Dowd, 153; Rosenberg, 156.
A SCORELESS TIE
In Great Battle FAST GAME FROM
St. Louis School Ties
First Valley Game
PADGETT TO LAND
IN TULSA TODAY
FOR L0UGHLIN GO
Newman Lining Up Card
for Tuesday Night at
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 30. Kxhlbltlng
stronger punch than at any tlmo
during tho present Beason, tho foot
ball team of Washington university
hold tlio heavy Oklahoma university
eleven to a scoreless tlo hero today
n tho last Missouri Valley confer
ence gamo of the season.
The Pikers went through tho sea
son without winning a slngl con
ference contest and tonight viewed
tho outcomo of today s game as
much as a lctory. Holding a heavy
weight advantage over the Pikers,
tho Suonnrs wore compelled to stage
a hard fight to ward off defeat.
Cullcn and March prevented Wash
ington from scoring soverai times
by brilliant tockles.
A drizzling rain marked the strat
egy of the elevens and was held re
sponsible for falluro to complete
forward passes which warn attempt
ed by both teams. Many of tho long
est gains of both olovens wore made
by use of tho puss.
Tile consistent plunging oc .Mauies
and Morrison was the main attack
of tho squads, which wore shown to
be equa i Inthc long-distanco kicking
by Thumser and Morrison.
Oklahoma 8 heavy line crumbled
before tho crushing onslaughts of
Schnaus and thu visiting backs were
thrown for big losses. The Soonors
ovorrated their attacks at conter but
tho Pikers repeatedly held their
The pikers, who occupy tno collar
berth In tho conference, upset all
comparative scores In holding tho
powerful Sooners to a draw.
I'os. Washington (0)
Cowboy Padgett. Ray Alvls' fight
Ing welterweight, who meets K. O.
Loughlln in the man event of tho
big f'stlc card at convention hall
Tuesday night will nrflvo In Tulsa
today to add the finishing touches
to his training for the big battle,
according to a telegram to the sport
ing editor of The World last night.
Loughlln will arrive either tomor
rom or Saturday, It was officially
stated last night.
Louie Newman, promoter, was in
Henryetta yesterday with Warnle
Smith, who boxed there, and nn
nounced that ho would arrange his
preliminary card for tho fight pro'
gram today and "tomorrow. He is
figuring on several fast bouts to give
the fans a mouthf ull of fighting when
the" flock to convention hall Tuos
Padgott. who has made quite i
record this year since his defeat at
the hands of Champion Jack Brit-
ton here, Is going at top speed now
and his fight Tuesday eliotild find
him In the best condition .of rds
career. He held hlaown with Dave
Shade and several other fast boys
In his last string of fights and Is
going llko a house nflre now.
Ho will start worklne out at the
Tulsa Athletic cluo gymnasium In
the Terminal building this after
noon. Starting tomorrow, tho pre
llmlnary fighters and both Padgett
and Loughlln will work nut regu
larly every afternoon until the day
of the fight, It was announced last
PORT HMIT1I. Ark, Nov. 30
With two spectacular touchdowns In
tho last quarter, tho Oklahoma Ag
glrrt scored a 13 to 0 victory
over th6 University of Ar
kansas Rnzorlmeks In a Thanks
giving day football game witnessed
by nearly two thousand persons this
afternoon. (mo of tho largest
crowdw ever nssemblod at Andrews
field was present. Including many
Oklahoma supporters of tho Aggies.
Texas Aggies Take JOE LYNCH WINS
Great Battle From j EASY BOUT FROM
' KIIH Tancll
' KB Mathes
Score by periods:
Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 0
Washington 0 0 0 0 0
Referee Maglson, Michigan. Um
pire Masker, Northwestern. Lines
man Henry, Kcnyon. Time of pe
riods, 15 mlnuteH.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LKAOUE8
Y. M. C. A. City Lfitguo.
8 p. m. First Presby. vs.
9 p. m. Nogales Ave. vs
Y. W. C. A. Girls Lvnguc
8 p. m. First M. B. vs. llrace M. E.
Y. M. C. A. Intercity lieugiic.
7 p. m.. Trinity vs. Centenary.
8 p. m., Boston Ave. vs. First M. E.
9 p. m.. Grace M. K. vn. Red Fork.
Y. W. C. A. Girls Lookup.
7 p. m., Boston Ave. vs. First
S p. m. Red Fork vs. Nogales Ave.
Lincoln School City Iamkiic.
8 p. m., United Presby. vs. College
Palmer-Smith Fight Tonight.
BARTLESVILLE, Nov. 30. Tho
20-round boxing bout between
Andy "Kid" Palmer of New York
and "Ciirley'' Smith of Bartlesville,
scheduled to take placo here to
night, has been postponed until Fri
day night, December 1, -according
to-an announcement made by the
Tunney Lands Kayo.
NEW YORK, Nov. 30. Gene
Tunney, former Amorlcan llght-
heavywelght champion, knocked out
Charles Welnert of Newark, N. J..
In the fourth round of a scheduled
15-round bout, here tonight. The
former champion's weight was 178,
while Welnert weighed 184.
Vnl Mooro Wins.
CHICAGO, Nov. 30. Pal Moore
of Memphis, Tenn., had a shade-the
better of Harold Smith, Chicago
bantamweight, In their 10-round
boxing match here tonight. Moore
weighed 116 pounds and Smith en
tered the ring at 117 pounds.
Clarcmore Snnmps Chelsea.
CLAREMORE, Nov. 30. Clare
more defeated the Chelsea team to
day 43 to-0. Tho outstanding touch
downs for Clarcmore were made by
F. Blackman, Eaton, Dltts, Murphy
and Bluhm. Kell and McStadden
starred for Chelsea. Following Is the
riaremoro Pos. Chelsea
Bluhm RE C. McStadden
Murphy RT ' Atkins
Wyche RG Tucker
Webbe C Kell
Anderson LO Taylor ,
Ditts LT Brady
Bobbins LE Jones 1
Veres QB M McStadden
Eaton RH Scott
F. Blackman LH Lewfrey 1
L Blackman FB Hester ,
Substitutes: Hobaugh for Wyche, ,
Hubbard for Bluhm, Clark for At- '
kins. Hawkins for Clark, Manose for i
Brady. Vashbu. for Jones. Darls for I
C. McStadden. j
DRUMRK5HT, Nov. 30. Drum
right defeated Cushlng 13 to 7 in
final game. McCoy local halt back
starred, kicking two placement goals
and passing to Quarter Back Ed
wards across tho line, for a touchdown.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 George
town trampled rough-shod over
C-eorge Washington In their annual
foot ball game today, winning 46 to
6, with tho llno-up comprised chiefly
of eecond string players. This was
the elehth victory for Georgetown
in the last nine yoars, the othcr
cama resulting In a tlo, Georo
town's first string players were held
in renervo for Saturday'n contest
CLEVELAND, Nov. 30. Cleve
'ind, Okltt., defeated Yalo 20 to 6
here today for championship of Katy
.cague. Cleveland went through
league schedule undefeated and goal
line crossed but once.
Swan Park Addition
EXCLUSJVE, HOI 12 SITES
See these today,
r. E. DICKERSON
Over Face and Body
"I had a terete esse of eczem.
It broke out In pimples all over my
(ace ana Doay ana ncnea
so badly that I could not
reit at night. My clothing
agcravated the bresklnc
out and caused It to burn.
I tried several different
remedies but did not get
relief. I read an advertise
ment for Cuticura Soap and Olnt
ment and sent for a free aampU. The
first night I used them I got relief
o purchased more, and after using
one cake of Cuticura Soap and one
bar of Cuticura Ointment I waa
healed." (Signed) Thomas L. White,
Rt. 1, Harwell, G Feb. 4, 1922.
Cuticura Soap to desnse and pu
flfy, Cuticura Ointment to aoothe
and heal nd Cuticura Talcum to
powder and perfume axe Ideal for
dally toilet purposes.
..!. lui Trta Vr UaH. AAimr. "OiUim
Vi ? sip T!t..T)iiu.t a .rf . Ti u.
BSrCuticuri Sup hTt without me.
Bajlor Defeats S. M. V.
DALLAS, Texas, Nov. 30. Baylor
university, battjlng to uphold their
claim to tho southwestern football
tltlo, ran over Southern Mothodlst
university hero this uftemoon by a
score of 24 to 0. Baylor sccrod on
a drop kick in the first period on
two touchdowns and gqals in the
third, nnd a final touchdown In the
Washington & Ia'O Win.-'.
BALTIMORE. Md., Nov. 30.
Sweeping the Hopkins team off Its
feet in tho first half and scor ng
two touchdowns, the Washington &
Lee football team waa returned vic
tor this afternoon, 14 to 0.
Game at Height, Needs
tive Body Now
By ROBERT EDGREN.
Tho Idea of an Eastern Football
conference la a good one.
Yale, Princeton, Harvard and
about seven other promlnont col
leges would form tho new conference
under a plan proposed by somo or
the leading football couches In the
Brought In close relationship the
samo code of rules would govern all
conference games, although mem-b,-rd
could go outside for opponents.
Tho Intcnso rivalry betweon Yalo,
Princeton and Harvard would re
main unbroken, but tho rhlef bene
fit of tho proposed ronforonco would
bo the lnfluenco hrought to benr on
Tho Western conference rogula.
Hons servo as a model for most of
tho colleges throughout the middle
wtfst. An Eastorn conference would
certainly have tho same powerful
Football Is growing so fait that
It Is only a question of tlmo whon a
central administrative body llko jtho
proposed Eastorn conference will bo
an nbsoluto necessity. Tho game lfl
now on its highest plane. Numer
ous roforma have brought marked
changes but theio's still twin fur
In tho mad ncramble to assemble
winning teams thcro stlU exists In
some quarters a tendency to take a
ehort cut to fame. Fortunately for
tho good of the sport, tho day of the
tramp athleto is about over. But
husky young men aro still lured to
colleges, and tho nraiid of knowledge
handed out Isn't usually tho main at
traction. In tho east, this practise would
soon bo stamped out with a sharp-
eyed central body on tho Job. Tho
football success of a llitlo college Is
never completo until n game Is
scheduled with Yalo, Princeton or
Harvard, With most of thu great
institutions formed In n. conference,
tho ambition of tho little Institution
could never bo realized unloss all
conference regulations wore strictly
Another angle to an Eastern con
ferenco would be tho final settling of
football supremacy. At tho ond of
every season there's a spirited pas
time of picking the "liest" teamn
that can nover be brought together
except on paper.
Yea bo! What an attraction to
hnvo tho winners of the Enntern ond
Western conferences clashing for
tho football championship of the
United Siatcs. Only drawback to
this plan would bo lack of seating
Can you Imagine how many people
Princeton and Chicago would draw
If tho two great colleges ever
clashed for tho championship?
All Drewcil Up, Etc.
Battling Slkl'a comot seems to
come down wlth'a great crash. Like
the unfortunato gene without a
I country, Carpont!er' conqueror Is
now a boxer with no place to box
1922 Chapter of Feud One
of Most Bitter in
lly the AMoelitari l'trti,
COLUMBIA. Mn Nov, 30. Tho
Missouri Tigers fought back today
against tho odds whlah favored
Kansas and won !) to 7.
In ii gamo rrn mined with thrills
and threats, -with 12.00J pomons,
standing through two quartors uf
a cold drizzle, tho Tigers tool, a
lead with Lincoln's touchdown In
tho second period, strengthened It
with a 48-yaul boot from Lincoln's
toe, and held firm ngalnst tho Jay
hawker sJilllos which threatened to
bring victory to tho Knniwins In the
fourth period after Spuigeon had
gon. aero for a touchdown and
Wilson had mndo good thn try' for
point with a placo kick In the third.
AUSTIN. Texas. Nov. .10 The
Texas AKglCH ramo from liPhlud in
thn third quarter and pushvd over a
touchdown whlrh gave them a vic
tory over Texas university 14 to 7.
Tho LotiRhnrns wtiro outpluysd In
the Inst half.
The forward pan of 4hn Agglea'
team provwl the winning method for
s on the elevens representing thn
Illg Three, or the wlnnero of the
Tox Rlcknrd hns about given up
sll hope of Inducing .Too Beckett to
oomw over and mingle with Tom
Tho Garden promoter cabled the
English scrapper n ton of money for
tho bout, but lately came to thn con
clusion It must bo lleekslt's fesr of
sti ocean voyitft that Munds In the
wny of an acceptance of his offer
Bantam King Has Mule
Trouble Putting Lad
Out of tho Way
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. JO. Jon
Itfnoh, bnlamwiirht rhkmulmi of
tho world, won hnmtlly from Finnkle
Daly of Nbw York In a 10-routul
boxing enntmt hum this afternoon,
lO'iu'h out boned hi opponent nil
th way, having him giofgy in the
seventh ami tenth rounds.
l)ly' best round was the fourth
when ho caught tha ehnmpinn (lush
on tne jnw mid hook him Be
fore tha round ended, Lynch whs
back In ho lead Dalv s hot ns
set was his ability to uiiM,rb pun-l-hmcnt
It - Murli (li ii( hghtwi sht
.tnocktd it Pilly llfntrsspy f
Denver m tho unst
News report says Babe Ruth plans seml-wlndtln Bobhv
itlntiapolls flt rwMght. knockt t
nut .ti'imt Nt-lly nf ,Mih nilteA In
the fifth t' .md . f tin ..tlier contest,
Cornell (iocs Or,er
I'enn in Fast Game
PHH4ADISLPH1A. Nov. jo -on
Dohis's powerful eleven from Cor
nell defeated tho University of Pent
sylvat.la on Franklin field, 9 to ,
on straight footbsll and remnlns lb
only big team In tho east whWh 1ms
not been beaten for two yars U
was the first ttmn l'ennsvlati'i
failed ot srom this season. Th b"t
gnmn (Cornell was to pennsyl-
van In on Thnnksglvlng day, t f 2 1
of Reducing Fat
weight. llrm it nn
r .ii.d of tho 1
IINdues of In
for rt.lnolim Ihf'i
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l'fp, tii'Mun 'lablctn m.i nnil jut Hy 01
nr, - Mrtm with iti fnn ,.iim Mftrmrlt Vre
nciiliii"! Y 'ii rr.'ueu t aillly nM nvII .
ul-li lui IP ftffc I I'r 1. ur tMm from
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il 1N f ill r 1 o tho JitnrmoU I'oi
inn iv nwrnrn Avnun, wmroi
on thn other xtdo of tho big pond.
Getting one's sulf barred by the
French Boxing fodorntlon is some
thing to think about. Slki Is not on
ly barred from boxing, but Is even
refused admittance to gymnasiums
Knglitliil Follows Our Lend,
England expects to follow tho new
American custom of seeding tho Im
portant tennis draws. It took both
countries a long while to wake up to
tho fart that distributing the names
of outstanding stars throughout the
draw is the fairest way ot deciding a
This method was used for tho first
time In tho United States this season 1
It worked so successfully that John (
Bull intends to give it & tryout next
Brush Up, Yo Kipert.
Selecting all-Amerlcnn football
tcamti In good praotlso In geography.
It wasn t so vory long ago when tho
supposedly boat players could bo
found at Yale, Princeton and Har
vard with perhaps one or two other
colleges sliar)ng In tho mythical
To pick tho best team now one is
compelled to roam all over thn map
nnd tho ranking half back Is Jum. m
likely to be found on some llttlo col-
lego team down In Oreen cnunty.'Ky.
to build farm housts during thn win
lor and get In condition for 1313
Babe evidently figures ho built
too many air castles during the past
Paddock's running records are hold
Wonder If tho A. A. U. doubts thn
nccuiacy of western time watches,
Detroit iiiitups ermoni, 1
DETROIT, Mich, Nov. 30 -l ni I
vcislty of Detroit closed lis football
season hero today by defeating Ver
mom, 14 to 10, In one ot thn hnt'd !
est-fought contests over seen on the,
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Qulncy stm't, fcuys: "I had attnrks "f
kidney trouhle. oaperlally when nil. is
settled on my kidneys nnd there were
dull aches In my bark that made me
miseralle. Wy kidneys acted Irregu
larly, hut the use of Dean's Kidney
I'llls has ulwnyn lelleved these at
tacks." The nbuve statement wus
Klven April 8, 1 9 1 1 . and on April ':T.
1SI2. Jlrs. WrlKht xi.ld- I am not
troubl'd with my 'kldiie.vH now niul
have had no need of lin.ui , slnre l.in
S. Ti. Mil. I. Kit, real netnto dealer,
113 South Clnclililiitl Striet, says: "I
have found Unan'a Klilney I'llls to he
'1 reliable kidney remedy. My kt'
n"ys were dlsorderc 1 and annoyed
me hy their lireKUlur m-tlan. I elso
had bladder trouble and my kidneys
were connected. It I took cold the
trouble wan worse. I used Doan's
Kidney I'llls from the Quaker Drut;
I'o . and they aoon fiu"hed s.ul regu
lated my kidneys and r-'ltve-l all sIris
of the trouble "
I 1 I M 1 ifTIBir " iT" I" m "ITr'i'tiTTT
Fosin.Milburn Co., Manufacturing Ch'inlst i, lluffalo, N. Y.