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"Who is it owns that magnificent flat?"
Gurgled tho Man from Dundee;
" said the Copper, "I own all of that
FINNEGAN GAVE IT TO ME!"
ST. LOUIS WALLOPS
(Continued from Page One.)
heavier, In aplto of advance weights given
out by the two tooms. Tumleca nnt
Stadthrerr made kicks of from forty to
fifty yards In practice.
Captain Hopkins of Crrlghton won the
toss and defended thu south, goal, T.
Btadtherr kicked to I. Levey on the
twenty-yard line, the latter returning
twenty yards. St. Loula bald for two
downs, whn Hutn circled left end for
thirty-eight yards, fit. Iouls waa penal
ised flvo yards (or cffr.klo piny. A line
fnuuuiii, iukd 'I(Y aiiu u iurniuu
failed to net Crolghtoti anything. TamI-
e& inert a drop kick rrom inn nriy-nvt-yard
line, and Ilatlcan made a pretty run
iof twenty yards. At onco Ht. Louts began
'tho plunge through tho Crelghton lino und
circle the ends, Ilatlcan inado eight
.yards, KaohrttK made five, while Snyder
'made oleven yards on throw nucroMtvo
plays. Ratlcan again made ten. while
Htadtherr reeled off two ten. Hatlcati
made fifteen and Zachritz three. On this
play ZachrlU hunllrd and St. Louis lout 1
fifteen yards on a penalty. Jlatlcan and
i&ivchriU muile fifteen yards between
them and Ilatlcan n train made five. A
forward pons failed and Mngulro matte
Jive around right end. On a fako kick
Ilatloan circled left end for ten and "15.
Stadthrern ploughed straight through for
five. T Stadthcrr went tlurougli thu right
sldo for ten yards, fumbling the ball on
the goal line. A Crelghton man recovered
and the ball was pur In pluy on Crolgh- ,
tons iweniy-yara uno. -rumisea muuu
tlvo and Balderson tan. A forward puss
railed and Tamisea kicked uurty-iivo
yards to Zichrltx, who returned ten yard", i
tfAchrltz made eight around riant end j
nnd Btadtherr ton yarn's stmlght through.
Tho visitors ran brilliantly, eluding tho '
Cnlghton men with neomlng ease. A com-
nlirated dosi. tZachrltx to Mamilre. nettod
thorn a neat gain und carried the ball to
Crelghton's fifteen-yard lino. From this
point Snyder, thn giant left und. wont
through the middle of tho line, pushing
feovcrai t'relghton men out or nis pain.
ind scoring the first touchdown of tho ,
day. Ilatlcan kicked goal. Score; Bt.
Louis, 7s Crelghton. 0.
RaUcon klcied to Haller. llaldcraon
and Tamlaea carried tho ball through tho
line iiiieen yarns in uiri nowna. n.
nrettv forward nasa. from Miller to
derson, gained thirty yards and brought
tho bait to the visitors fifteen-yard line.
Crelghton rootera were wild," as a touch
down looked Imminent, Crelghton seem
!ng to bo coming bark strong. HU Louln,
however, wan Invlnclbln for two downs.
Time was rolled nt tills point, the ball
Wing in Crelghton's poiwcsilon, third
down and seven yards to go. Score;
fit. Louis, 7; Crelghton, 0.
On the first Play Grimmer wns Injured.
out oia not retire, a. rorwnra pass lauou j
ana was tn. ixjuis- oau on lis own live-
yaru unr nreot v,niKiiiu vame m
crossing Us line,
Mogulra klcki-d to Miller, who brought
the troll to the St. Iouls thirty-yard line.
A forward ivast failed and Ht. Ixmla got
Ibe bail on a fumble. Grimmer was again
nun ana repiaceu uy ;orr iguirn ioai
rive, but K. Btadtherr made fifteen.
The vlfiltora vn fenallted ysrds
for offaldo play. Mngulre kicked fifty
yards. Crelarhton failed to mnke hor
yards and. Tamlxea kicked to Ratlcnu.
The half ended with the aenre unchanged
St. Louis, 7; Crelghton. o.
Between holvea n. students per
formed a snake dance. Jim Dahlman
was hoisted to the shoulders of the stu
dents and made an address to them from
the renter of tho field. John Moorhead.
the democratic candidate for governor of
(Nebraska, was spied In the bleachers and
carried by tho students to the front of
the rramlNlntvV where he was forced to
tnake a speech.
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Crelghton was strong and Hallir Inter!
cepted a pass. Prelahton was soon
forced to kick. Zarhrlti returning ten
vnrda T stodtherr made seven and a
pass failed. Another pass fell Into Mil-
lers hands and He made a pretty run,
ram-ins- the boll Into Ht. Louis terrl-
tory. Crelghton could not gain and Tarn-
laea was forced to try a dropklek. The
t Iul! llnMmeii brotfe through and
the ball. 8L Loula eoou regained the
lull and natlcan P died off the mpt
sensational run of the dav. circling till
own left end for a run of sixty yarda
and planting the ball aauarely behind the
posts. Once past the line of scrimmage
Ilatlcan ran like a seared laekrahblt.
easily pulling away from his pursuers,
lIcQutre H"kl goal, tcore: 8t Loula,
14. Crelghton. 0.
natlcan kicked to Crelghton. Crelghton
cfiit'l Tint ie-"e tne
Wckad. lo.nat.can, who brought It b.eu
irffl.'aj5d foUowed a"gJn"of
fhTtali ia rffl.htos'. to'nra
placing the ball on reighton ' ten-ara .
Tomned a?"nd "right end foV xtlV
tSrsP1hl?rUtou0hdoV "natlcan kicked)
out to ZachrlU and Magutre hlcked goal. I
Bcore- Bt. Loula. : Crelghton. a
rr..Af. (.unlit n Cretphton nui and 1
at once St Ixuls took up Ita forward
march. ZachrlU and Hnvder mads five
Apiece. The quarter ended with the ball
1n Bt Louis' possession on Crelghton'a
five-yard line. Seoret St. Loula, a,
On the Crat play Snyder went atraight
through for tha last touchdown. Magulre
Idcked out to TO. Stadtherr and later
kicked goal Score; St. Loula, M;
Crelghtoti, 0. ......
T BUdtherr dropped back aa If to kick
ff. and Katlcan made a short kick In
lead. Bt. Locla teooverlng the ball. A
pretty pas. Miller to Hrennan. netted
Crelghton twenty-flvo yards. Crerfghton
was now fight ng to the last ditch and
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5ilaourIans Baldenon and Levey mode
eutan gains oi nva to ten yarns.
Tiin!(a dUm4 a drop kick from lha
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ilatlran, Knchrltx and 11 Htadtherr
worked alternately In carrying the ball
for good gains. Ht. Louis loat fifteen
yurds for holding. Ievey caught a pass
and made a twonty-flve-yard gain. A
pretty double pass. Miller to Hopkins to
Krc,nn.n.n'.t. ,.WTiK .i.y,mlf. . d
b"'i';n w'th'n striking .Ilatanco
ot xh Bt- I-outs goal. Tamata dioppd
Yaek nA booted the boll between the
'rom the twonly-two-yard line,
Incidentally, this In tho only time Ht
IjOUIs has been scored on this year and
the first time that Crelghton has turned
HUbstltutesi Starr for Grimmer, Bnedeo
for Starr, Carroll for B.eh, Hrennan for
Halter, McCarthy for IHalderaon. Touch
do win; Snyder (2), Ilatlcan (1), Zach
rltt (1). (loala from touchdown: Ma
gulro (4). Dropklcki Tamlaea. Rsfsiee:
Dudley of Dartmouth, Umplrei Johnson
of Nebraska. Head llneaman: lieuten
ant Wllhelm of Kansaa. Length of quar
ters: Fifteen minutes.
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PRINCETON DOWN TO DEFEAT
(Continued from Page One.)
duel between tho two toams.
It was the first Harvard vlotory over
I'rlncoton in a quarter of a century.
Starting the (lame.,
A fow in. miles before 2 o'clock the of
ficials Introduced Captain Wendell of
Harvard to CuDtOln I'eudleton Of 1'rlnce-
ton as If the two players were total
The game was started sharp at J
o'clock, with Dawltt kicking to Hard
wick on Harvard's fifteen-yard line. The
'l ck thirteen Wds. Kelton
WoKrf on tho f.r.t down, out of bound,
on I rlnceton's foity-flvo-yard line. Baker
carried the ball on a wing shift and made
four yards. v alter made three more, and
then Captain Pendleton moue a first down
on a ruin around Harvard s wit end to
Harvard a fortv-vord line. On the next
down there was holding by Princeton
Bna a twtntyyard penalty sent the ball
b,lck into the 'ngera1 territor) Alter an
lh"otual ruh. 8. Baker carried the
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Vlpk.rt ln , ,..,.rd.. i.ntv.e!ifht.vard
lino and Hardwick carried It back to
Harvard's thlrty-nlne-yard line.
Harvard Starts Itushlus.
Harvard started ruahtng with a three-
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tackle. Felton kicked to Ptndleton on
Princeton's twenty-four-yard line, where
la. 1 Ul I LH.IUI1 IV
fair catch was maaa. vewiu was
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right end. Pendleton found Harvard's
ru.h llni adamant and could not gain,
kl.vld to iiirdw ck on Harvard's
thirty "noand the ball was nm bk
PrincTton twVnty-vard line" and tYo
Princeton captain Aodged ax lUrvard
forwards bafors he waa downed on the
Tlgera thlrty-aeven-yard line. Bradley
took Wendell a Dlace at fullback for Har-
vard. Waller rnada two yards through
Karvard'o right tackla on a wing ahtft
Diav. Dewltt itrugcled through for three
more. Dewltt klckad to llanrard'a twan-ty-two-yatd
Una, whara Br.cklay fall on
the ball without gain. Hardwick carried
on a fake kick, and loit four yardi. Fl
ton than kicked to Pandltton In tha can
ter of tha field, tha Prlneatoa captain
muffed It. but roovarKi tna oou on
Princeton's forty-thraa-yard Una.
This Nats Three Yaraa.
Another wing shift play -netted throe
yards and than Waller oarrtad It to
Harvard' a tortv-algho-yard line, on
Blunge through canter Waller made two
t-ards mora on n fake klok and Dewltt
mada a Aral down on Harvard's fortj.
two-yard Una. Pende!)on than ahook otf
mrea uarvara iscaiara ano msaa anoiaar
flrat dowa aa Uarvard'a tklrty-rard Una
"Wretch!" hissed tho woman, "you're pickled
That's plain and easy to see;
Whero did you pick up that horrible jag?"
"FINNEGAN GAVE IT TO ME!"
was thrown. This was th
that either shlo has been to Its
Princeton was making cood solns when
there came n five-yard penalty for off
iildn play. On another fako kick Waller
lost ten yards.
The first forward pass by Princeton
was auccessful. Dewltt to S. rtaker. but
there was no gain und Dewltt klokcd
outside of Harvard's stxteen-yard line.
up 10 mis point mnceton had out
rushed Harvard. Felton kicked and It
was Princeton's ball nn it fnrtv.riv.
The Tigers could not gain though a
variation of the Minnesota shift netted
four yards. Walter carrying the ball, and
Dewltt kicked to Gardner on Harvard's
melton kicked to Pendleton on Prince
ton s twelve-yard linn a punt of saventy-
tlght yards. Pendleton waa nnll.d .itli.
out gain, but B. Dakar made two yards
- muui irruncK run, renaieton four on
a triple pass, and another two yards gain
was sufficient for a first down on Prince
ton's twenty-yard line,
i-enaieton was hurled back for a toss
and the period enfled with the ball ln
Princeton a poiaesslon on their twenty-three-yard
Nothlna- to Xothlnar.
Bcore end of flnt nHnd- a.
In resuming play. Dewltt nunted with.
put material gain and It was Harvard's
ball on Princeton's tulrty-two-yard Una.
On the flrat rush Harvard gained half a
jiu-a. uncKiey aove into the Prinoeton
line for two yards more and Princeton
was sent back five yards for offside tlay.
making it Harvard's ball on the Tigers'
P-rlckley ln two rushes carried the ball
to the nineteen-yard line. He than
Plunged Into center for a first down on
Princetons slxteen.vartl Una. A fiv.
yard penalty on Princeton put the ball
on the eleven-yard mark.
iiarowiog plowed into tha Tigers for
four yarda more. IJrtokley gained two
yarda and It was a fourth down on
Princeton's four-yard line.
As tha ball was a till four yards from
the Princeton goal on the fourth down,
Urlokley dropped back to the thirteen
yard line and sent a beautiful drop over
the Princeton goal bar for the flrat score
of the game.
waller kicked off to the Harvard one
yard line and Brlckley dashed through
the field for sixteen yards before he was
downed. Wight took Dunlap'a place at
right end for Prinoeton.
On the first rush Hrlckley made tho
thirty-yard line on a fake kick and then
Felton kicked out of bounds on Prince
ton's forty-two-yard lino.
Prlucetou l liable to Gain,
Princeton oould not gain on Una
plunges, Waller being thrown back for a
live-yard loss. Dewltt then kicked to
Harvard's twenty-flve-yard line and
Hardwick rushed back nine yards. Hold
ing on the Harvard Una brought a pen
alty of fifteen yarda.
Felton klckad to Princeton's flftaan.
yard line and Pendleton rushed it back
sixteen yarda to Harvard's rorty-tour-yard
line. On another var-atlon of the
ahiri Waller made three yards. DeWltt
men Kicxea over tne Harvard goal line.
Tba ball was brought out to Harvard's
twenty-yard Una. wnera Brickloy mad
four yards on a fake kick on a plunge
through left tackle, Felton then kicked
to Pendleton on Prinoeton'e ten-yard
Una. The Princeton captain struggled
back six yards.
On a forward Daaa Andrawa hurled tha
ball to Pendleton and tha play, which
waa successful, netted Princeton thirty
yards, putting tha team on Harvard's
tan-yaro una. art another forward pass
nailer lail down alter catching tna ball,
but recovered hla fooling and droDtrad
over tha goal Una. Harvard blocked Pan.
aieion-e kick out arter tna touonaown, so
no goal waa attempted.
ltrtckley kicked oif to Pandleton on tha
ten-yard Una and tha ball was run back
to tha thirty-yard Una. Attar two lnetieo
tual ruabaa tha Ttoara ware penalised
five yards for off std play,
Storer threw Pandleton back and than
Pendleton klekad to Hardw-oJc on Hor
Yard's thlrty-rive-yard Una. Tha Harvard
back was thrown without gain. Hardwtck
mada four yards around Prlnoaton'a right
Oatn on Flanges.
Brlckley and Hardwick made a yard
and a half on plunge. Felton kicked to
Pendleton on Prtnceton'a twenty-yard
line. Tha ball waa muffed, recovered
ana than brought boon nva yams, wai
SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
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"Wifie, oh, wifie, what does this all mean?
Soon in the poor house wo '11 bo;
Whero did you get all this trash and this
"FINNEGAN GAVE IT TO ME!"
This photograph was taken at the!
Princeton-Dartmouth game nt Princeton)
jast Baturuay. Tne play previous to tho
one on which Princeton scared Its first
touchdown Is depleted. Dewlt Is In the
center of the mani of players, having car
ried tho ball to the one-yard lino. Dewlt
carried tho ball over on the next play.
Just across the goal lino a Princeton
guard Is Been warding off a Dartmouth
player. Tho score put Princeton ln tho
lead, and they were never headed.
ler plunged Into center for two yards
and DeWltt madei three on a wing shirt
On a klok formation Baker want
through center for a yard. Then DeWltt
kicked to Gardner on Harvard's thlrty-slx-yard
line. Coolldge was thrown back
for four yards attempting to run around
Princeton's right lend.
Harvard attempted a forward pass, but
Waller caught the ball on Harvard's
forty-three-yard line. A Princeton for
ward pass failed and it was still Prince
ton's ball on Harvard'a forty-three-yard
Score end second parlod: Prinoeton, flj
ln the third period there were no
changes In the llarvard lineup, but H.
Baker tookj Pendleton's place and kicked
off to Harvard's ten-yard line. Brlckley
ran It back ten yarda and kicked to It
Baker on Princeton's ten-yard lino. Wight
went out and Pendleton took Ills place.
Prinoeton netted flvo yards on two
lunges Into center, Dawltt fumbled and
tarvard recovered the ball on Prinoeton s
five-yard line. Briokley made four yards
on plunges Into center, but offal do play
bv Harvard sent the ball back to Prince
ton's eight-yard line. Briokley dropped
to tira nrteen-yara line ana enoi nis sec
ond goal from the field, tying the core.
In the rushes under the goal posts
Prinoeton's tine was like a stone wall.
H. Baker kicked oft.to Hardwick on Har
vard's twenty-yard line and the ball was
run back five yarda. Brlckley wormed
his wuy back for four yards and Felton
uusted to H. Baker on Frincetotv'a
twenty-yard line. Dewltt punted and
Gardner mode a fair catoh on Prinoeton s
fortv-uaVNwviLril line. There Ilriolcie"
tried a goal from a placement klok frv0
the forty-eeven-yard Una and the U4
went acrotis the goal with a doxen yards
Kicks Off to Harvard.
H. Baker kicked off to the Harvard
thtrtr-yard line, Storer falling on the ball.
Hardwick oould not gain In a run around
Princeton's right end. Fenton than
punted to H. Baker on Prlnceton'a
twenty-flve-yard line, tho Prinoeton back
being thrown down without gain. Waller
hurled himself Into the Una for a yard.
Waller triad Harvard's right end for no
gain, and as 8. Baker was offside Prince
ton was penalised five yards.
a Baker made a yard and then Dewltt
kloked out of bounds on Prlnoeton'a forty-three-yard
Una, where It waa Harvard s
hs" Brlckley. on a delayed pass, was
unable to gain, but on the next play he
i. aue four yardi on a fake pass forma
tion. Hardwtck made four yards on a
fake forward pass. Brlckley attempted
a goal from mldfteld. but the ball was
blocked and was then given to Prince
ton on downs.
Waller could not gain on a plunge
Into center, neither oould Dewltt, and on
a double pass S. Baker could not sain,
although he had apparently a clear field,
ao Da wltt kicked to Hardwick on Har
vard's thlrty-two-yard line.
Brlckley made four yards through left
tackle and Felton kicked to H. Baker
on Princeton's twenty-yard line. Baker
ran the ball back twenty yards.
Neither Waller nor H. Baker could
gain on Una plunging. Dewltt on a run
from a kick formation waa thrown back
a vard and than kicked out of bounda
on Harvard's twenty-elght-yard line.
Felton kicked to H. Baker on Prince
ton's thirty-yard line. Dewltt kicked low
ana u was narvara s nan on its thirty-
.t.M.,nl 11m. IX- dw. - . t. .
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place as Princeton's right guard.
The third period ended with the ball In
Harvard'a poaseealon on Ita thlrty-nlne-yard
Jflna to Six.
Score end third period: Harvard, 9;
When Play was resumed, the ball went
up ln the air and Baker made a fair
catch on Prlnceton'a thtrty-flve-vard line
Dewltt tried a forward pass which was
uncompleted, Emmons took 8, Baker's
place at quarterback for Princeton. De
wltt kicked to Harvard'a twenty-five-
yard line, whero Gardner was" thrown
Brlckley made cloven yards around
Princeton's left end for a first dowtf,
added threo more through center and
another throe through left tackle. It was
Harvurd's ball on Its forty-two-ynrd )lne
for a third down and four yards to gain.
Brlckley1 was hurt and there was a
wait during which Bollln went In at right I
lacKie lor i-nnceion. liricaiey resumed
play and Felton kicked to tho Princeton
forty-yard line, whero the Tigers tried a
forward pass. Brlckley caught the ball,
howovar, on Princeton's thirty-yard line.
Hardwick made three yards through right
tackle. Brlckley gathered In two more,
tho ball being on Princeton's twenfy-flvo-yard
line. Gardner then dropped back as
if for a goal from the field and Brlckley
carried the ball to the twenty-four yard
Uno, He attempted a goal from tho field
but the ball went wide. The ball was
brought out and put ln play on the
twenty-yard line by Princeton. Emmons
made six 'yards on a Quarterback run.
Waller was hurled back seven yards and
then Gardner caught a Frinceton iorwaru
pose on the Tigers' thirty-yard line.
It was once more Harvard's ball on
Princeton's thirty-yard line. Drisooll
went in for Trumbull at right guard for
Harvard, but Xrumbull failed to report
to the referee before leaving the field
and Harvard was penulzed fifteen yarda
for the violation.
Princeton Puts BaJl In Flay,
Standing in the middle of the field
Briokley triad another goal from mid
field, but the ball, although reaching the
goal Una, went wide. Princeton put the
ball ln play at the twenty-yard line.
Dewltt then threw a perfect forward
pass to Andrews and tha ball waa Prince
ton' on Ha twenty-elght-yard line,
Dewltt kloked out of bounda on Prince
ton's forty-alz-yard Una, whare the ball
want to Harvard.
Brloklev made a first down on Prince
toft's thlrty-four-yard line. Princeton
waa offaldo and lost five yards. It was
Harvard's ball on the Tigers' twenty-nine-yard
Brlckley could only gsln a yard ln a
dash to oantar, but Hardwick msde three
and the ball was on Princeton's twenty-flve-yard
Una for a third down. There
Briokley tried another goal from the
field, but mls'ed. Btrelt took H. Baker's
place. Prinoeton tried another forward
pass, but Hardwick caught the ball and
ran to Princeton's thirty-yard line. He
made eleven more yards on two tries
and It was a first down for Harvard on
Princeton's eighteen-yard line,
Brlckley carried the boll to Prince
ton's thirtoen-yard Uno. Wlggiosworth
went In for Parmenter at center for
Harvard. On a fake forward pass for
mation Hardwick placed the baU on
Princeton's five-yard line for a flrat
Brlckley made two yards through cen
ter, but netted only half a yard on tho
next play, ao firm was the Princeton
Une. Then In a supreme effort Hard
wick crashed against the Tiger forwards
and plunged ocrosn the goal line. In the
very aame play Briokley waa seriously
Injured and four men carried him to the
locker room. A goal followed the touch
down. . . .
The gamo was resumed with Harvard
kicking off. Andrews, caught the ball on
the twenty-flve-yard line and ran It back
flvo yards. Pendleton was thrown back
five yards on the first rush.
Prinoeton attempted another forward
pass, but Gardner come through and
caught the ball. It was Harvard's ball
on Princeton's thlrty-flve-yard line.
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referee, a 8. Williams, University of
Pennsylvania, umpire. Lieutenant Nelly,
West Point, head linesman. Time: li
"form I.akr High Wins.
STORM LAKE. Ia., Nov. 2.-(Special
Telegram.) Storm Lake High dlefeated
Kftgle Grove High at foot nail nere i-
day, 12 to 0. Practically all of the play
, was in Kagle Grove's territory and but
for fumbling the score would have been
doubled, Chrlstenaen atarred for the vla
I Itort and Holmea, Walker, Rarr, Troeger
I and Natreis for Storm Lake.
Everybody's Saying It
'iSfee fLrvcrrtBO em
"thewl" cried the player with four pretty
"You've got four aces, I see!
Where did you get such a beautiful hand?"
"FINNEGAN GAVE IT TO ME!"
OMAHA WINS FROM LINCOLN
(Continued from Pago One.)
down on the one-yard line ln a beautiful
tackle by Captain Doyle. Sprague was
sent over for a touchdown, McFarlane
With tho ball In Lincoln's possession
nn Lincoln's forty-slx yard line, PJatz
Intercepted a forward pass and ran forty
six yards for a touchdown. McJTarlane
failed at goal. This ended the scoring;
Lincoln braced at the end of the third
period and with the opening of the fourth
looked dangerous. On two long runs by
Allen, the ball was finally placed over
the Une for Lincoln's ast touchdown and
tho flna score of the game. Time was
called with the ball ln Lincoln's potisea
slon In the center of the field.
Following Is the summary and lineup:
H.T Care 00
C Paiimaa (O
U.H.I I? IT.
liar DoTla (0) Un. L.H.,
uu""' R.H.IF.B Bprari
Touchdowns! Doyla. Allen. Gardnor 0).
Sprague, Plat. Goals from .touehdownaj
McFarlane (SI. Score by auartera! Fir.f
quarter, Lincoln II, Omaha 0: second
quarter, Lincoln 12, Omaha IV, third
quarter, IJncoln II, Omaha 27; fourth
Suarter, Lincoln 111, Omaha 17. Referee)
arvey, ex-Nebraska. Umpires and head
iiuenmen, iioarns, iorgre, ex-rseorasta.
MOTOR SERVICE GIVEN
BACK ON STAPLETON LINE
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 2. (Special Tel
egram.) The Beatrice High school foot
ball team slaughtered the Tarklo (M&.(
eloven today by the score of 28 to 0.
Beatrice made nineteen touohdowna, Cook
and Doan making runs up to eighty
yards. Their Interference play was fine.
Tha Beatrice second team and Uni
versity Place eleven played a Ua game.
6 to 6. Beatrice made Its score on a
forward pass and University Place on eni
runs. Mayor Mayer kloked the first ball
A targe crowd witnessed both games.
BEATRICE HIGH RUNS ALL
OVER THE TARKIO TEAM
MITCHELL, S. D.. Nov. t (Special
Telegram. The high school of thla city
had a comparative eaay task defeating
Tankton High School team today when It
came hers with practically a clean rec
ord. Mitchell won by a score of 43 to 0,
scoring twenty-eight points In the first
half and balance In the last half when
several substitutes wera played. Winning
thla game places Mitchell In line for the
state championship, having to defeat
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HAS
BETTER OF MONTANA TEAM
SALT LAKE CITY. Utah, Nov. 2.
The University of Utah foot ball team
defeated the University of Montana here
this afternoon by a acore of 10 to 1 The
only touchdown of the game was made
in the last three minutes of play, when
Gardner Intercepted Montana's forward
pass and cleared the field to the goal
posts. Montana's only score was made
In the third period, when Ossley kicked
a goal from placement Fltxpatrick
kicked a goal from the field for Utah
in the first period.
THE TIGER'S TAIL
(Continued from Page One.)
so, In the opening minutes of the gamo
and the Tigers forwards had no trouble
ln going hrough for good gains. In the
second quarter and in the final half the
men played fine and Allan, at center,
outfought his opponent, playing a game
that must givo him credit In Missouri
Volley circles of being a growing center.
The guards did well, and the ends aeamod
to have spurts when they broke up plays.
The opening that Allan made for Towle
ln the last quarter aided materially ln
sooring tha Cornhuskar victory.
Purdy, tha wonderful fullback off the
Comhuskers, and HalUgan were again
features ln the bright work of the Corn
huskers. Captain Frank made soma
long and hair-raising gains through circl
ing the wings for long runs. He was
brilliant In all his work. Tha manner,
however, ln which HalUgan and Purdy
hit the UneV and shoved themselves
through for gains was convincing evi
dence of their thorough mastery of foot
ball. HalUgan today probably played tha
moat wonderful foot ball of hla career.
Knobel. Shepord and Wilson wero
among the best workers for tho Tigers.
Knobel begun the contest with a rush
and for awhile kept tha Comhuskers
puxzlod. He charged around right ond
for a thirty-yard gain once. Other 'times
he spurted with the bell, and waa hard
to obock. The I ast, three-quarters he was
11 neasy mark for the Comhuskers, as
wero all the other players of the local
team when tho Tlgera held possession of
tho boll. Lineup:
R.O. .., ... Maatlo
Orores ......H.T. UT ,, reareon
KUW K.B UB Howard
MoWHltltns .Q.B.I Q.n Potter, Towle
Ltaura ,.,.LH It.H Frank
Knobel .ruII.IUH. Purtr, Deck
Bbeppara ...r.ar.B Haltlmn
Length of halves, j minutes. Scoring
altogether by Towle, the Nebraska quar
terback, -who made a touchdown and
kloked xial from touchdown, making the
final soora: Nebraska, 7; Missouri, 0.
Referae: Captain El L. King, West
Point. Umpire: Hyland, Iowa. Lines
man 1 Graham, Michigan.
Thorpe In Flue Po: ni.
SOUTH BETHLEHUM, Pa., Nov. 2.
Carllile'a great Indian athlete, Jamei
Thorpe, was at hie best ln today's Car-lisle-La
high foot ball game, which the
red men won, 84 to 14. Thorpe scored
four touohdowna, one goal from touch
down and a field goal, a total of twenty-eight
Williams Humbles Cornell.
ITHACA, N. T.. Nov. 1 Cornell was
humbled by WUlloma today by a soore
of 24 to W, after playing a brilliant gamo
ln tha first half. Tna team seemed to go
to ptaoea in the third and fourth periods.
Penney Loses A 1 in.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 2.-The Univer
sity of Pennsylvania suffeied Its fourth
straight defeat today when Pennsylvania
Btata college won the annual foot ball
game, 14 to 0, on Franklin field.
North Platte) Vlatorlooa.
NORTH PLATTB, Neb., Nov. L (Spe
cial Telegram.) With a wonderful ex
hibition of perfect foot ball North Platte
High school saatly defeated the Kearney
Military academy hare today, CI to 7.
Watch Cummlngs. He boa just jumped
Into thn game and has been rolling some
Charley Rico has added his nam to the
Hat of dopa ball rollers. Now watch him
make the big scores.
The 8 tort Auto company team forfeited
three games to tho Nebraska Bulck Auto
ieam Thursday night by not appearing
tor the contest.
Hartley Is having trouble getlng tha
pina thla season. He is rolling a good
average game, but ho Is not piling up the
660 acorea like he used to.
Qua Toman baa a ball and pair of bowl,
ing shoes for aale, or to give away. After
the game Tuesday night Qua threatened
to leave the runways forever.
Jimmy Fitzgerald Is Still shooting the.
loaded ball with good success. He stays
right around the high mark in the chal
lenge matches on Gorlow's alleys.
Charley Ordman's shooting ln the Met
ropolitan le&gue this week shows that ho
la still In the game. He has a habit of
slipping In a large total now and then.
If the present enthusiasm keeps up In
the Dentists' league and the game be
comes popular with more dentists, the)
will have to Increase their teams from
three to five men.
That crowd of Elks must have lingered
around the club room too long, Judging
from the way they rolled this weak. A
total of 2,301 is not enough for this team,
compoaed of a harks.
The Magic City leaguers have at last
received their delayed schedules. They
have done away with the advertlalng
booklet this season and are using a folder
containing the schedule only.
McCabe only managed to get 407 In the
Cqmmerctal league this week. Mac says
that he Is through with the game and
has turned in his shirt. Watch the pu.
pern for his score next week.
The Baehr in the Commercial leagu
with the 117 averasre is Maine winf....
Baehr, Bill Is a better bowler than that
The truth of the matter la he only playai.
lone game and quit In dlaguit.