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HE AND MEET
FOOT BALL CLASSIC IN EAST
Meeting of Yale and Harvard Will
Settle Big Championship.
NEBRASKA DUE FOR HARD GAME
Uklnlinmn Should lie the Arid Test
for Stlehm'a Tcnm of CornHimk
cr, Sliovrlnjr What Uefcnue
and Offense Possess,
FOOT IlAI,j OAMI3H TO DA V.
Vale against Harvard, at NW Haven.
Army against Syracuse, at Weft Point,
Navy against New York University, at
Lafayette against Iehtgh, at Easton.
Nebraska against Oklnhoma, at Lincoln.
Missouri against Kansas, at Lawrence,
Minnesota against Chicago, at Chicago.
Amea against Drake, at Des Moines. '
Wisconsin, against Iowa, at Iowa City. ,
II V CLYDE E. ELLIOTT.
Whether ,Yale or Harvard is to ba
champion of the east, whether Nebraska
is to have a clear title to the Missouri
Valley championship and whether Chicago
or Minnesota shall hold second placo in
the Western foot ball conference will bo
told today in the final Saturday of
the foot ball season. After this week
only three or four games of any great
Interest remain to bo played Army
against the Navy, Cornell against Penn
sylvania, Marquette against Notre Dame
and South Dakota against Crelghton at
Yale and Harvard will put up a great
fight at New Haven, with the odds favor,
ing-tho Crimson, which possesses one of
the best teams in its history. Tho Blue
has not been doing so well this fall as In
other yaars and its bare ability to - tie
Princeton, after being outplayed, does
not bode well for It, on paper, In the
contest with the Johnny Harvard men..
Hut tho Yale bulldog never falls to fight
a hard game against the Harvard, and
usually wins, So tomorrow's battle, no
' matter the dope- of tho records of other
games of tho- fall, will find tho Blue
playing a wonderful game, and perhaps
winning, for who can toll what will hap
pen when these; two great teams get to
gether and Yale plays the way only Yalo
teams can play.
braUn nud 'Okiahopi.
Nebraska Is up against Oklahoma, one
of the strongest of the southern
elevens, and to win It must play much
better ball than It did -against Kansas.
A few Cornhuskers are not in shapo for
the game. Erwin and Rosa will not play,
while Purdy'a knee Is still bothering him
to some considerable extent. Nebraska
will do well to win this game. The
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Sooncrs have defeated Kansas and Texas
this fall, and, with three regulars out of
the lineup, gave Missouri u hard tussle.
Minnesota goes to Chicago to meet
Stagg's Maroons. The Chicago sport writ
ers seem to thing the Stagg aggregation
has a show against the Gophers, but
the probability is that Minnesota will
win by a large score,
Ames arid Drake meet at Des Moines.
Ames Is tho only team besides Nebraska
who has not lost a Missouri valley con
ference battle, and should It be whipped
by the Drake Bulldog will be put out of
the race and Nebraska will have a clear
tltlo to the championship, which now Is
being awarded to the Stlehm team by
all sport writers In the valley, outsldo
of Des Moines. Drake has a wonderfully
fast .eleven, but 'some of Its players ar
crippled. Should these men be In tho
game Drake 'will give tho Aggies a close
fight and may win.
Wisconsin, Western conference cham
pion, goes to Iowa City to .meet the
Hawkeyes, expecting to win by a large
score. The strength of the Badgers
should give them an easy game
Missouri and Kansas, old rivals, play
at Lawrence. The Tigers aro going fine
now, und they should lick tho Jayhawk
ers. The work of Missouri against Ne
braska, Drako and Washington proves
that It has a scoring machine. Kansas
shduld be defeated by two or three touch
downs. The Army is expected to lick Spracuse.
The Navy will have no trouble with Now
York university. Lehigh wll glvo La
fayette a close game.
OMAHA UNIDEFEATS PERU
P. Selby Carries Ball Over Goal Line
COMES EARLY IN THE PLAY
Neither .Side Mnken llendwuy in
hfinaiiiliiK Quarters anil See-Saiv
Contest Is Wnsrert Until the
PEIIC. Neb., Nov. 12. (Special Tele
gram.) The Peruvia nfoot ball team was
defeated here today by the Omaha uni
versity in a closo game resulting in a
Rcore of 6 to 0. The only touchdown
made by ,tho visitors was secured on an
end run jjy Dow, their speedy halfback,
after about five minutes of play.
Immediately after the "ball was In mo.
tlon tho refree blew his whistle for' tho
purpose of pcnallzng Peru. Purt of tne
Peru players then rested and the Omaha
men secured a clear field. Dow failed to
kick goal. Tho rest of tho quarter was
uneventful, the teachers making several
short gains on forward passes. Tho ball
was on Omaha's forty-yard line at the
close of the quarter.
In the second quarter tho Omahas se
cured ten yards on a forward pass from
P. Selby to Parrish. An unusually ffood
punt of fifty yards was made by Ludka
for Peru. Beal made an end run gain
of ten yards. Both sides were poruUUed
once It this quarter, which ended with
the ball on Omaha's fortp-yard line.
In tho third quarter Beal made a
twenty-yard gain on an end run, ami
also gained ten yards on a faked for
ward ys. A gain of forty yards on a
forward pass from Beal to Long was
made by tho Teachers.
Both sides were again penalized In this
'quarter, which closed with the ball In
possession of Omaha on their twenty
Omaha lost the batl early in the fourth
quarter on a fumble. Omaha was penal
ized three times In this quarter. The
forward pass was used twice success
fully by Tending in this quarter, but
they found It Impossible' to score against
their opponents and the game ended
with the ball on Omaha's thirty-yard
J. E.lby (C UT.
Bilker .. . .B-O.
Substitutes: Omaha. Westerfleld. DIs-
-.brow, Slotky. Paisley; Peru, Bailey. Ho
'slck, Wlckham, Jones. Referee: Havens
of Drake. I'mplre: Magor of Nebraska
JiiW BliiB: OMAHA, SATlHiUAY, NOVKMUKR 23. l!H2.
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One of Yale!s Stars for Game Today
"Lefty" Flynn, tho brilliant Tale full
back whose wonderful punting, coupled
with great line plunging ability and u
line up fur the annual big game.
Two College Teams Fight Scoreless
Game at University Flaoe,
OLD STYLE GAME ADHERED TO
Numerous Attempts to Kick Goal
from IMncerarnt Pall nnd Ilalllu
WuRfrt with Little Atlysn
tnsre on Either Side.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov, 2i-(8peclal
Telegram.) In the hardest fought Bums
ever "seen qn Johnson field Wesleynn
and Mornlngqldo batttrd tils afternoon
to a scoreless tie. Wesleyan won the
klckoff and had a Blight adva.'ntago dur.
Ing the first quarter due. to the wind.
Mornlngsldo llkewlso was somewhat
stronger during the second qUartor.
Neither side could make gains through
the line and Chamberlain's gamq foot
handicapped the home team on end ruus.
Both sides were repeatedly forced to
kick, McCandless having a shade the
better of tho punting.
Wcaleyan's only chance to score a
touchdown was In the second quarter
when Mornlngshlc held on tho five-yard
line after four desperate attacks by the
home team. The visitors had the ball
en Weshjsn's ten-yard line during the
third quarter, but could not penetrate
the stone wall defense,
Bot hteams held to the old stylo game,
Mornlngsldo trying only four forward
passes, all of which failed. This was
partly due to an injury to Holbert, who
was forced to retire from the game near
the middle of the third quarter. WeH
leyan used ten passes, two of which
were good for gains. Both sides played
clean ball, only three penalties being
Imposed, two being for Mornlngslde. Mc
Canclless was not In his usual form for
kicking as he made six tries for goal,
'one of these In the last quarter going
' n ..! Ida lifir 1tlt uan Trt nlli,aA.1 hA
cause of holding on both sides. Mornlng
slde tried one drop kick and one from
placement during the third quarter when
they play.ed their best game.
The second was a good attempt by Hol
bert from the twenty-five-yard line, after
having received a broken collarbone.
Copyright, 1912, National News Ass'n.
ANT ME to
l.AT t,0flf tfN?
Jove THI IS WR.
V0N HERWN -TNF
rare degrco of skill lu'.opun field running,
has made him famous li( tlie short npiur
of two months. Vale men throughout tho
Every man on both sides was In the
giimo every mlnuto. Holbcrt'x work us
fullliurk and that of Ourey In tackling
and of Chanilxirlaln In lino plungis Is de
serving of special mention. Weslnyun
celebrated its second state iutercolleglato
foot ball championship by a big bonfire
on tho cumpiis tonight. Tho lineup;
qtrtjr 11. K.
K.wur ii n
OitmtxrUIn ...... .H. D.
II n Klfffrt, KrnuM
Substitute: Vernon for Holbert. Ilnferea:
Kagr, Nebraska. Umplri: 1 Luke, Donne.
Head linesman: Kerns, Kcllevue.
BLAIR MAKES GOOD SCORE
OVER WEEPING WATER
BLA1H.. Neb., Nov. 2:.-(6prclul Tolo
gram.) Weeping Woler high school lost
to Blair high school football learn here
this afternoon, 1 to 0. During tho first
quarter tho gamo was In the shadow of
tho locals' goal but the visitors lacked
the ability to make the required number
of yards. Weeping Water used the Kan
sas shift to good effort and worked the
forward pass to a good advantage.
Blair's first goal was scored during tho
second quarter by a delayed forwurd
pass, Bolt to Hallnr. Blair's last touch
down was a fako line buck with oPter
son taking the ball around right end for
twenty-five yards to a touchdown. This
was tho spectacular play of the game.
For Blair ePterson starred but Kemp and
Nearhood did good work In recovering
Blair has ruh up a total of 284 points to
their opponents 17 for tho season and
they have not been scored ugatnt on
the local gridiron this season.
ATHLETICS AND BELMONTS
TO PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP
The Athletics and the Bclmonts have
been booked to play at Kort Omaha next
Hundsy. These two teams r.rc among the
foremost contenders for city Independent
Harry Wright Is now playing quarter
back for the Belmonts and has devised a
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nation are linking "Lefty" with their
fervtuit hopes for a victory over llarvaid
today, when the ancient collegiate foes
set of trick plays which nro expected to
worry the opposing team. The AthletlcH,
too,, have quite a few trick plays, m
that tho gutne will probably be mostly
In the preliminary to this giimo the Fort
Omaha soldiers, will meet somo local
team, though their opponents havo not
yet been picked.
Trims Buena Vista
BTOKM jLAKU, In., Nov. 2Z.-(Hprclal
Telegfam.) In wluit wus ouo of the hard
est fought football guinea over seen on
Buena Villa field, Kiln worth college de
feated Buena Vista here today by a score
6 to 10.
Aside from the first four minutes of
play, when Ellsworth scored a touch
down on Buena Vista's fumble, the locals
bad a shade the better of It, Kllsworth
workod tho forward tpus to more ad
vantage than tha locals. Outmun, John
son and Itawson starred for tha locals
and Blaekstopo and Trlckey for the
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LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. S3. (ripr.lal Tl
ogiain.) The Rornhusksrs wind up tho
football sqasun of 1013 tomorrow nftr'
noon wth u kmiw with tho Oklahoma
tinin. which promises to bn thelmrdest
of the season, eliminating tho Minnesota
gamo earlier In tho season. Tho Booners
arrived In Lincoln this afternoon, seven
teen strong, nud put up lit tho Llndell.
They held u Miorl practice at tho statu
tnlr ground In tho uftvrnoon and then
returned to tho hotel to rest for tho
game. Tho visitors had Uttlo to say on
the outcome of the game, except they
expected to put up a stronger battle than
Nebraska was apparently expecting.
Tho Cornhuskers held thelast practice
of tho year this afternoon, running
through signals, bit doing uwny entirely
with scrimmage All tho squad Is In ex.
cellent Hhapt but Purdy, who Is atll su
forlng slightly from Injuries received last
Saturday. Krwln Is out on account of
delinquency, Tha gnmo may bring a
shift In the backflold, Htlehm has taken
Howard from end and Is using him as
fullback, wli pro tho Omuha lad is show
ing up In flnu shape, Tqwln will nlso
probably start at quarterback.
NEBRASKA CITY HIGH TEAM
DEFEATS ATLANTIC ELEVEN
NHHHAflKA CITT, Neb.. Nov, 22.-(flpfc-
cliil Telegram'.) Nebraska City high
school football team defeated tliu high
schoo) team of Atlantto, In., this after
noon by a score of 53 to b. a largo ciowd
1 was present. Marshall who captaluod
Nebraska City baseball team and has
bom training tho Iowit team for Dome
time, w sorely disappointed at tho
showing thoy made today,
DiMilriin Normal Win.
rilADllON. Neb,, Nov. Si.-HHpeclftl Tel
egram.) Tho foot ball gamo hero today
lmtween trbudron Normal nnd Wayno
Normal resulted 87 to 0 in favor of
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ItnOKBN HOW, Nob., Nov. U-(Hpeclat
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