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NARROWING DOWN CONTESTS
root Ball Games Saturday Eliminate
Contenders for Division Titles.
BIG GAME IN EASTERN SECTION J
Irtnerton anil Hnrvnrd Plant
What Hhnnltl llr Clnlc Uvent
ef Benson, While Wfl re
(levera! Good Contest.'
Foot Ball tinmen Today.
Nebraska against Missouri at Cofumhla.
Crelghton again! Hi. I-ouls at Omaha.
Chicago against Wlaconalr At Madison.
Minnesota against Illinois at Minne
apolis jJorthwestern against Purdue at Evans-
Michigan against South Dakota at Ann
Jprake against Washington at St. Louis.
Kansas against Oklahoma at Lawrence.
Harvard against Princeton at Cam
bridge, Syracuse against Hichtster at Syracuse.
Penn State aalnst Pennsylvania, at
rhlladolDhla. .... rx..
parunouth against Amhorst at Dart-
Carlisle asolnst LthUh at 1chlgh.
West Point against Holy Cross at West
Cornell ntrlnst WlUlam at Cornell.
Brown against Vermont at Provldenco.
BY CliVDU K. HI.MOTT.
Foot ball narrows doivn today to
rovcrnl of the bet slrusgloa of Uia
autumn. In the.cit tlis Nebraska-Missouri
gome will bo thu chief faro for
Missouri Valley c nferonre rooters; while
trt the "llljf Nine," Minnesota and Illi
nois and Chicaso nnd Wisconsin will
from the Interesting battles of thq day.
In tho east the Prlnrcnn-Harvnrd game
will be the most Imprtunl battle, bo
cause It will ollmluate i ns of three con
tenders for the eastern championship,
"Sale, who whs icheduled to meet Co'galo,
will nat I lay,, t! Kama buInK cnncellod
because of the dentil of tl)e Yalo KUard,
l'orlt, from irioumun.i,
Nnbrnskn nt rliunll.
For tho first time since tho cood old
days of "Hiimtr.y Ho Not) a Ita me ta
Mlseoiirl on tro !att r' h mo -lounds Tho
contest Is expected to be an easy win for
tho Cornhuskers, who now are nlayln
the best ball they have put up this fall.
The team Is minus tho services of lloss,
the colored ttuurd, becauee Missouri will
npt permit a negro to play against them;
still this nbrence will not be n ureal
handicap, and tho Cornhuskers probably
will nlav one of the finest frames of thn
entire season. They wish tu beat tho
scoro Ames made against tho 'rigors
which was to 0.
Kansas meets the Oklahoma eleven,
which last week was trimmed. H to 0, by
Missouri. Kansas Is thought to hnvo a
team with wonderful potentlnl possibili
ties, and It would not be surprising tc
aa the Jayhawkers asserting some of
their force In this battle. Still, most of
their power and strength, will not come
out unlll the meeting with tne corn-
huskera at Lincoln. November w.
Chicago and Wisconsin will meet at
Madison. The Cadgers are going nno
white Chicago (In the Purdue game esno-
dslly), has no I'M" sliowlpa any grnt
atrenath. Tho Uadgers should win. Ir
tl Illinois-Minnesota conum. tho Gophers
are likely to score licavny. iiiey am Hy
ing fast ngv, nnd po hnp but tin -.trnnif
eft kind of a team can stop them. UH
aels Is not that team.
MIchlB-au AKnlnst Coyotes.
Northwestern will find Purdue a hard
proposition, though the struggle should
be close. Michigan goes Intp fray with
South Dakota, the eleven that whipped
Minnesota early In the sason. The Wol
verines will probably register a lurwo
score. Drake )) Id lick Washington at
Bt. Luli. CrelBhton will find St. I.011U
a hard foe at Creiithtoti (kid In Omahu.
In tho east the Prlncet n-Harvurd gamo
Is holding tho center of the boatds, with
the Crimson the favorite. The two team
have strong backflelds, and fairly etronv
lines, The battle will be close. If Prince
ton has tho break In luck H will win.
Dartmouth trh u d Und A mil era ay
Carlisle wJU probably run up a high
score on Lehigh. West Po nt Is ospctd
6 win easily over Hp ' Cross. Ilrown
opposes Vermont In what should be aj
easy fight for the ProvUwoe eleven. Penn
6tate and Pennsylvania inul, with Penn
State looking like the winner. Cornel'
faces "William, and may win Us flrsl
Important gamp, though Williams Is fight
Injr well thl full, yrac thr tani lHt
dsftated Michigan )SUy last woek
should sxperfcuce no dlffloulty with l(o
STAR, IS DISQUALIFIED
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. l.-Qwar-terback
Tollefinn. one of the stars (
the Minnesota backflrd, has beep de
clared Inellclhle by the University ef
Minnesota eligibility committee and will
be out of the game with Illinois tomorrow
and all the remaining- games of the sea
son. "Pinkie" Hayward, one of the "pony"
feaclts, probsbly will take his place at
The Illinois team arrived here today.
Scout Klnsrlla Usts;n,
BT. LOUIS. Nov 1 -Richard Klnsella
.txlgned today as one of the scouts of
the St. Louis National league butt ball
lub. Mm. H W, Urltton, prlnnnal wne.
of the club announced that William Ar
mour will again be a scout for the team,
u he 'tlgnel a contract for 1911.
Fred Snodgrass to Stay
I'red Snodgrass, conter fielder of tlio
New York Giants, who, Manager McQraw
unnouncen, vl be retained as a mem
ber of the 1513 learn notwithstanding the
muff which cost the diants the World's
championship. This Is tho rame oji'rlt
Grand Island High
VViiis from Aurora
Q HAND ISLAND. Neb., Nov, J. (Spe
cial Telcgram.)-arand Island High school
won tho fool ball game from Aurora
High school, today by the scoio of U to
J. The locals niadu both of llitlr touch
downs uud kicked fioal both times In
tlio first Imlr.
In the second quurtcr tho visitors
ftcurrd a safety, glvlnk them two points
when In uttvmpting to put the ball,
bounded by Itnnney. who an to kick,
ho was iluwn.Hl behind thu goal line.
Watch CuiiiiiiImKH. llu has Just Jumped
Into tile Kiuuu una bus Lictn ioh,m ouuio
lilgii wo 1 en.
Charley Who has udded hla.immo to the
Ut 01 iop iio.Ii louisis. Now wulch him
make the big pcoiv
The Blors Auto conipuiiy ti'um forfeited
tlirto Jiainw to the huursUa uulck Auto
leu.111 iiiijisday mvht by not nppearlng
Hr the conteut. . f
llartluy In havliuc trouble Ketlng the
plus t Kill seasun. llu la iolil.it; u gooit
average game, but he is not piung up tnu
(U nCdrivi hko hu Ud to.
tus Toman luu u IxUI and pair of bowl
Imr ahntb lur sale. 01 lit kive away. Auvr
lh game 'niiwvluy night Una tUcnUvncd
tu Uavo the ruiivviiytt forever.
Jimmy Kltsueraid s still xhootlug the
loaduct mill wiin guoil succrss. tie stays
right nroutul the lugh mark In tho elial-
iiiH4 mati.-tiew on uuriow s uueys.
t'hurlev Oulmnn'fl shootlmr In thu Mot-
roiHiiltun luuuue this wrek snows t.iat he
Is .ti.i in t.i giim'- Ho lias a n.iint of
fillitliut in a lag total now and then
U the t'etnt Kiitliuwnni Kuw up In
the DeuiiMfc' tougue and the game bti.
co 1 11 Bit I'gpnlor yuh inoro tlenn.is. tht-y
wilt have tu Increasu tbelr tvu.iis from
thn to five ih.
That crowd of lilks must have lingered
around tlm (dub room toy long, junging
. irum tne way tney roni win weeK. a
.oihi of Mil U itiit tiiiougn lor this team,
ptviiiiHiecd of sharks.
The Maglu City Uaguers have at last
;rMoitHl tliulr dlayi solu-duies. Tliwy
I hav done uway Willi t)n advertiiung
1 booklet this nt-.ii.on nnd are using a folder
containing tlip soheduie only.
MeCabe only managtd In get 40T In tho
Comniurital leugu tHls week. Mac says
I thai he Is through with tho game uud
has turned In his shirt- Watcn the pa
' ptr tor his score next week.
, The Puehr In the Commerr'al league
' with tu UT average Is Major William
Luelir. Kill is a belter bew.er than that.
'Hie truth uf the mstttr U he only played
' i,ni- jjunio upd iult In disgust.
Tha number uf women iiwciatora In ln
rrtuisl'tg via the seaiwn ffot on. The
Uaoster Itagueis nein to be tho most
popular with the fair ones. Last Tuesday
night flltern ulttiMised tho matcne
Jo.inny Laird has ln-on bowling In the
Cellar league slnue Us organlxailon. lie
can't remember of evur mlwlne a night.
Ho Is still shuutlng good tenpluH. Ills Wi
Thursday niKlil ueiiuintirattu 1111 ract
Poo Walxeii ut South Onuihu mutt be
highly Inoculated with tho "Howling
Dug. Ills roommate. Dr. Andrrson. eays
that he Is disturbed about 1 o'clock uvery
morning by snouts (rom WaUen of "Set
Kd Past Is one of Omaha's rrpmUIng
loung bowlers Ho has been rjUtng
fu no good games ately He has not
tltjtied up with any 1 tug no j far, as ho
lias not teameu 10 aeep uata 01 mo idui
1 uinin mm
ffcswvd a few years ago
when ho retained Merklo when the latter
lost a pennant for Nuw York by a mis
play. In Snodgrass's case, however,thtre
Is much uurprl'o among New York fans,
becqUi Snodgrass has been about tho
poorest Performer on the team all season.
lint. When he accomplishes this feat
ho will be rady for the big leagues.
Jumps on Alliance
CHADrtON. Neb., Nov. l.-(Bpectal Tcl
egmm.) The foot ball gamo today be
tween Chadron Normal und Alliance re
sulted In a score of ICO to 0. In favor of
Over Bellevue Team
LINCOLN, Nov. l.-(SeelaI Tclegrum.)
Nebraska Wesleyan elcvpn triumphed
over Uellevue today, 20 to 7,
York II lull Vlelorloiis.
YOilK. Neb., Nov. l.-(itclal Tele
gram.) York High School foot ball team
defeated Shelby this afternoon, 10 to 0.
STAB OF ST. LOUIS FOOT BAIL
TEAM HERE TODAY.
E. STA illBItN,
THE BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 112.
COTNER TAKES ITS CONTEST;
Successfully Works Forward Pass at
GAINS THE DAY BY 14 TO 10
Kenrncy .Noruinl Men In I. mil In
HtrnlBlit Pool Uull, but 1'oxr
Tnvtlca Prove Tbelr
KBAHNBV.. Neb., Nov, J.-Bpeclal Tel-Hfism,1-
Ily wo'kltig forward piissva sue
cy of dlly ut three critical moments, Cot
ntr unlvtrBlty took their gamu today from
tl Koainwy ncrinal, it tu 10.
Thu Normals hud them bested by far
In straight foot ball. )afbacK llotch
ks got awuy repeatedly for good gains.
C'otnr.r wo forced to punt often whIo
the local team utually retorted to punts
only as a ground gaining feature for
themtelvps. Of seven 'forward passes,
Cotner mode two thirty-yard gains and
a twenty-yard gain for a touchdown.
Car rig, for the Normals carried the ball
over for a touchdown, tlelhB the score
and drop-kicked from the thirty-five-yard
lino In tho first half,
It was. but a few minutes before the
close of the gamo that Cotner made the
1 winning touchdown.
BADLY CRIPPLED TEAM
TO MEET MQRNINGSIDE
AMES, Ja., Nov. J.-r(f5pcclal.)-A badly
crlpiiled team will reprercnt Ames In the
Mornlpgsido contest tfaturday, Capfaln
Hart will probably not start, owing to
an Injured kneo; Andiews, hts substitute,
la a capable player, however. Juhl and
Crawford, tho varsity guards, are taking
1 dally workouts, but havo not sufficiently
' recovered froni fractures to bo permitted
to play, Wilson, who has been taking
Juhl's place, was called home pn account
of tha Illness of his mother. Arenston,
I another sub-guard, sprafned an ankle and
Is out Indefinitely. This means that
Heeve, tha regular right tackle, will have
to start, In spite of a bad "charley
horse," Moraover, fipott, sub-ful, who
has played In most of tha games this
year, has been culled home on account of
the death of his father. This loss has
been partially compensated for In tho re
turn of Wood,,.
Agolnnt the crippled varsity, the scrubs
have been having their owp way. Uhl
and Matteson have been especially ef
fectlvo In tearing up the vanity line,'
while Sloss has been runnlhg ends and
forward passing with great regularity.!
Coupled with this situation Is the fact
that ajornlngaide has a strong team nnd
hap been rolling up big scores.
The probable Ames lnoup will be: Mc
Donald, left end; Pfund, left tackle;
Cowan, left guard; Hunt, center; Tlipmp
son. right guard; Heeve, right tackle;
Nagle, right end; Andrews, quarterback;
Urcnnsn, left halfback; Weyranch, right
halfback; Uurge, fullback.
Hastings mFgh School
defeats kearney eleven
HASTINGS, Neb.. Nov. l.-Jpoclal Tel
egrum.) Huttings High school defeated
Kearney here today. SI to 7. Kearney
scored a touchdown In' Jess than three
minuter after the game started op a
wild patM from center. After that Hast
ings had almost everything Its own way,
scoring one touchdown In the second
quurter, one In thp first of tho lost half,
nnd onu in thu last hulf. Sleuman, Vree
land, Burr and Leply starred for Hast
ings while Lantz was the ground gainer
for the visitors. The lineup:
HASTINGS. I KBAHNJJY.
McLaughlin C.I C I.ee
Vreeland 1UI. H. H Morrison
llurr U II. 1 L II....... Worrham
'Sleuman ,, F. F Mtsale
DitvlB U. I5.i It. li.. lwls
Hung-Lepley L. 12. .......... Davis
stein ....H. I). It, G Ounn
JoH) li.l I,. Q Uovvke
1UWT -....It. l. U 1 WUIIU
McUrath L. T. UT... Fo
WhevW U-lO Lull
NOHK, Nov. 1. (Special.) At a m
IWIT .........li, 1.1 1.. 1 vuimcc
pieetlng held 'fuesduy evening It was de
cided th.it York would h&ve a ttvun In
tin1 P.al Jeujua next yrar. The follow
ing board of managers were elected. J.
N Widow. W. U. Loggatt and William
0t-miet. They were empower! to
name tho ufllccrs.
OVER TEAM FROfVI H END LEY
1JKAVEK CITY. Neb.. Nov. l.-(8peclal
Telegram ) Tho lieavtr City Hleli school
foot ball team defeated the Houdley team
here today In. u cljie (gme, the score
bclnr " to 0. lleudley carried tho ball
much farther than Ueaviar City, but failed
to maku a, touchdown. Myers made a
touchdown forBavor C.ty 1 nhe thlrU
quarter and kicked goe.1.
Heaver City had the ball within a few
Inches of t'aa goal In the l(xst few minutes
of tho play, but a fumble nude Hendley
a touchdown. )-'lb b
KID CROSS IS KNOCKED
OUT BY TOM M'CARTHY
ItAKNNA. Neb.. Nov. 1.-(8peclat )
Tom McC.-rtliy. the undefeated local
j box.-, nr.lxed with Kid Cross of Denver
lart night. Croi camo herij hernided as
a winner an-t being a fine lpokor there
was rot mwh J;C''ty money In sghf.
The match was scheduled for teu rounds,
Sticks Another Year
Harry Wolvcrton, manager of the New
York American league team, who Is not
and while It lasted was the most furious
over teen In Itavennu, Near tho end of
the third round McCarthy knocked Cross
through the ropes with such force that
he bumped his head on thu wall outside
tho ring. Cross was unable to continue.
McCarthy weighed In at ICS pounds and
Cross at 1S$. McCarthy has taken all
comeru for tho last two years and Is as
Navy Foot Hull Game Canceled.
ANNAPOLIS, Mil., Nov. 1. As a mark
of respect to tho memory 'of Vice Presi
dent Sherman. Superintendent Gibbons
today ordered tho cancellation of tomor
row's foot ball game hove between the
mldKiilpmen and the Western Ileserve col
lege team of Cleveland, O.
JACK JOHNSON'S SALOON
ASKS POLICE TO CLOSE
CHICAGO, III., Nov. J.-Clty Collector
Cohen today notified tho police that the
Kiloon o pc rat til In ponnectlon with Jacl;
Johnson's "Cafe tip Champion" should
be closed as no license had been Issued
for Ihe establishment to take the place
of the one which expired last midnight.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
NcwBpaber Advertising Is the Itoad to
ANOTHER MANAGER WHO WILL
NOT LOSE HIS JOB.
BAD HILL DAHLEN,
Manager of Iroo"ln Trolley Dodgtr
BSSSSBBSW' . il
,of the National -league...
for The Bee by
going to lone his job, even though the
team did finish In the cellar end of the
CRIPPLED, OMAHA CONFIDENT
Coach Mills Expects High School
Squad to Defeat Lincoln.
INJURIES FORCE NEW LINEUP
Gpulil nnd ornnimoiiil Still on Par
tlnlly Disabled I.tst Lineup
Leaves Them Out, Though
They May Play.
In preparation for the biggest game
of the .season that with Lincoln High
(.chool at Llncoln-the Omaha High school
font ball squad has been put through the
most strenuous and careful practice by
Conch Mills. Although the team has not
recovered frpm the Injuries to Gould and
Drummoud, Coach Mills regards the out
come of the game optimistically and be
lieves the. team will make a good show
ing against the capital city lads.
Numerous shifts will, be seen In the
lineup against Lincoln, several of the
plsj era being placed In easier positions'
po us to protect their Injuries. At cen
ttr will bo Dick Dallman, who held down
the pfyot Job last year. In Baltman's
place at right tackle will be Arthur
Smith, who lias been playing guard since
the first game. Carlson will play left
tackle temporarily 'and will be switched
back to his old place of fullback us soon,
as possible. Jack Sprague or James Dur
kee will take Carlson's position for to
morrow's game. Mark Hughs probably
will fill the place left vacant by Goulfl
on account of Injury to his ankle.
This will e the first time in two years
that the high school has Journeyed to
Uncoln and the Purple and White sup
porters wilt obtain a special for Satur
day and go In a group to Lincoln. The
special on the Iloclc Island will leave
Omaha Saturday morning. At leant 100
1 riMiters will accompany tho team to Lin
This gume probably with decide th?
state chatriptonsnlp. as Omaha and Lin
coln are the only likely contenders.
The Best Glove Made
la not too good for you. We have gloves in all the
fashlonublo shades of cape, chovrette, dogskin, etc.
Wo specialize on Fownea, the best aj-l CY
glovn made, up from $1,011
A new shipment of knitted and woven materials
stripes ana unique designs has arrived. CA
Some beauties at 31.00
Mull Orders Prepaid.
TOM KELLEY CO.
315 South 16th Street
MIDSHIPMEN JEAT RESERVES
Officials Permit Game After Calling
Off Today's Contest x
TOUCHDOWN IN SECOND VPERI0D
Spectators Not Allowed to Cheer
Daring: Game Termed Unotflclnl,
Applause Being: Limited
to Hnnd Clapping;.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. l.-Aftcr hav
ing called off the foot ball gamo
scheduled to be played here tomorrow
between Navy and Western Ileserve of
Cleveland, as a mark pf respect to the
memory of Vice President Sherman', the
Naval academy authorities permitted a
game to be played between the two
teams this afternoon.
The game, which was won by the Mid
shipmen, by a score of 7 to 0, was an
"unofficial" contest and the spectators
wero not permitted to cheer, encourage,
rnent of the teams 1 being restricted to
Pouring rain during the morning had
soaked the field and showers during the
contest added to the players' troubles by
giving them a wet and slippery ball to
Score la Second Period,
The only score was made In the second
period, when after the teams had played
each other to a standstill, the- Navy
coaches sent Captain Rhodes into the
back field for the first time this season.
Replacing Nicholas at quarter, he Im
mediately started old style lne smashing
tactics that the lighter visitors could not
withstand. He soon hammered JiIb way
to the Reserve ten-yard line, whence he
negotiated a pretty forward pass to II.
Harrison, who was tackled Just over tho
goal line. This touchdown with .Brown's
goal comprised the only scoring.
WEST POINT, N. Y Nov. 1. The Toot
ball game which was to have beuii
n T n veil tier Inmnrrnw liturnn iha A r ... .
and Holy Cross has been cancelled.
Orders were recelycd from tho secretary
of war suspending all duties at this post
tomorrow pn account of the death of
Vlco President Sherman, and tho foot
ball gamo was called off.
Persistent Advertising Is the Hoad to
The "volume" of our
business grows every dny.
Scores of people opened
accounts with us during
October in clothes, hats
They were attracted here
by fresher styles, finer tail
oring, better values and a
little more painstaking per
sonal attention than they
had been accustomed to re
ceive. By these same features
we expedt to keep right on
1 We have "made good"
with others and are anxious
for a chance to make good
MAGEE & DEEMER
413 So. 16th,