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HUSKERS CRUSH THE AMES AGGIES Tanners Out of Running for Valley Championship by Defeat at Lincoln. BEATEN, TWENTY TO SEVEN Tamers Score Easily in First Quarter of the Contest. WEAKEN LATER IN THE BATTLE Nebraska Carries Ball Into Hostile Territory in Third. HALLIGAN ACTIVE IN GAMx! Horn Tram BfrlT Fnmble nil Decides Content When Captain Kick Field tioal In Closing; Monr.nl. pen Season for the Man With Good Hind Sight LINCOLN. Neb.. Oct. 31. The Ame4 Agricultural college foot ball team was' put out of the running for the Missouri Valley championship here this afternoon when, after outplaying the Nebraska team for three quartern they weakened, and Nebraska won by a score of 30 to Anies scored early In the first quarter. Taking the ball In the middle of the field, a forty-yard forward pass and pair of Una bucks gavo them their first touchdown by Vhl. Nebraska carried the ball to the Iowan's forty-yard line a few moments later and Captain Halltgan kicked a goal from placement. Cannot fo Very Far. Ames hammered away at the Nebraska line during the next quarter, but were unable to carry the ball very far Into Nebraska territory Nebraska carried the ball into Ames territory .late In the third quarter, but Halllgan and Doyle wee outpunted by Moss, and Nebraska opened the last period with the ball In Ha own posses sion on the Nebraska thirteen-yard line. Nebraska then carried the ball straight down the field on old style foot ball and one forward pass for a touchdown by Rutherford. The same tactics sent Cham berlain over for another score a few minutes later. Nebraska recovered a fumble nea the Ames goal and decided -the game when Captain Halllgan kicked a field goal In the closing moments of play. Throw Scare Into Nebraska. After five minutes of play, Ames Aggie threw a scare Into Nebraska by rushing the ball over the goal line for the first touchdown of the game. After one kicking of punts, following tha klckoff by Halllgan, the Ames men man ipulated a forward pass, Moss to Jones. IFor 40 yards from the center of the field, Wilson went through the tight aide of the line for 60 yards, and t'hl followed with another five, crossing the goal for the score. Nebraska's spirits were revived a moment later, when Halllgan made a beautifll 40-yard place kick. The first quarter ended: Ames, 7; Nebraska, 3. The home team had an advantage in the second quarter. Nebraska carried the ball for large gains, but the attack fell Down at the crucial moments. A pass for twenty-seven yards gave Nebraska the ball on Ames' twenty-yard line, but time for the half was called before the ball could be passed over. Lost on Donn. An exchange of punts in the third quar tet gave Nebraska the ball. , Line smashes, a bit of open play' and end runs took the ball to the Ames eight-yard line, where It waa lost on down. Ames HARYARD DEFEATS MICHIGAN, 7 TO 0 East Wins from West in Old-Fash ioned Game of Foot Ball at Cambridge. SPECTACULAR PLAY LACKING Line Plunging and Few End Runs Principal Policy of Both Elevens. MICHIGAN TWICE NEAR GOAL Harvard Line Stiffens and Gains Ball on Downs. SPORTS SECTION ot The Omaha Sunday Bee OMAHA, NTS' DAY MOKXIX.. NOVUM WM 1. 1!U. THREE FORWARD PASSES GAIN llnrvnrd Tram Not Fnrrnl to I n rnitr Any of Its Cherished Plays for 1 ale and Prince ton Scouts. UNI PLAYS TARKIO SATURDAY Missourians and Local School Will Play on Omaha Field. DOW SHIFTING HIS LINEUP Coaoh Now Una III Men In the Positions lie Think They Cnn Play Beat Team Meets Cotner Next. Of tha remaining foot ball games of the University of Omaha schedule, two will be played at home and the other out of the city. The first of these will be played here Haturday afrain.it Tarklo college of the Show lie state. This contest Is the first home game for How's men, and al ready large preparations are timler way by Manager Weinberg for turning out a mammoth crowd. Perhaps, of all the games on the University of Omaha sched ule, the Scarlet and Black are looking forward to this contest with great ex pectations. The last few weeks have been a boon to the team in the way of getting the men In top-top shape. For the first time in a number of. moons many former alumnt stars donned their moleskins and gave Pow assistance. Scrimmage work was the order of practice and from early afternoon until dark Dow had his huskies performing real foot ball tactics. So far fortune has smiled kindly on the Scarlet and piack players, as not a single warrior1' Juu received Injuries of a suffi cient nature to put him off the field. Sev eral minor hurts to the baekfleld players have not retarded the general order of practice. Dow Shifts Ills Men. With the season more than half over. Coach Dow has at last shifted his men in positions to his liking. The team, es now arranged, lines up as follows: Ma thlason, center; Kruse and Mannish, guards; Jorgensen and Seibert, tackles. Harvard Depended ou These Men to Defeat Michigan punted out of danger, a punting duel land Reese and Stlmpson, ends. In the followed. Moss outklcked Doyle and Halllgan and the quarter ended with the ball in Nebraska's possession, on its own thirteen-yard line. At the opening of the last quarter Ne braska again resorted to the old-style Kame, taking the ball straight down the field to the Ames forty-five-yard line. A forward pass waa good for twenty-five baokfleld De Bolt has the fullback job, with Jenks and Adams as halfs. At quar ter Selby and Stlmpson are used alter nately. With the exception of Selby, Reese and Jorgensen, the team is com posed entirely of new players. All have made wonderful progress and are working together like a bunch of veterans. Manager Weinberg Is In communication with the University of Wyoming and the mA IIra m . Ii anI nit Tl l n lent Rutherford over. The same tactics ! chances are that these two team, will w,h ...nth. Nhnlc touchdown. I hitch UP for jLn Ames fumble gave Nebraska the ball a Thanksgiving game, a two-year contract la being; considered by en the Ames 15-yard line and Captain Halllgan kicked an easy goal from place ment in the final moments of play. NEBRASKA. ,.LE. R I.. ..UT.IR.T .UO.:m.q. AM ICS. the athletlo board, calling for one game i here and the other at Laramie. As both Cretghton and the Omaha High school jhave games here on Turkey day, it Is CA.Mr.liint-.K. Vt. .11. Harvard today was he'd to a 7 to 0 score In un old fashioned name hv Mhhlgnn. Twenty live thousand Fret-tutors, who anticipated a spectacular (lush and sensationn.il le vi lopments, saw only line plunging ami a few end runs. Harvard curried oi'f three out of four forward passes, one of whlcch brought it to within striking distance of Michi gan's goal line In the second period. From Mli hlKan's eighteen-yard-line six Harvard plunges brought the only score of the game, llardwlck, on a five-yard dash, practically walked over tho, goal line. He then kicked goal. MlchiKan was tue on Harvard's five-yard line, and on-e with a first down. The HarvarU line stiffened and each time gained the hall on downs. The Harvard team was not forced to uncover any of Its cher- 1.1 1 . 1. 1... .. - fi . A V I ,. - ir.iT,, t;iri..o mi llir urili lll 'fc 1 HIT 01 rrincctnn scouts. Mlelilann Win Toss. First period" Michigan won the toss and Harvard kicked off against a north east wind. Splawn came hack twenty yards and three plunges through the Harvard center gave Michigan first downs. Splawu and Mnult both went to Harvard's foi ty-etght-yard line In two plays, and Splawn made another first down. Then Harvard forced a kick. The punt was hlch and Harvard caught it on its thirty-yard line. A fumble gave the hall to Michigan, but a penalty set them back, and on an onside kick Har vard got the hall on its own eighteen yard line. Hardwick made six yards around the end, then Francke punted to Hughltt, on Michigan's forty-seven-yard line. The Harvard renter yielded ground again and two first downs followed, Splawn planting the ball on the Crim son's twenty-thrcc-yard line. Again the defense stiffened, but on a fake forward pass Maultbeach went to the four-yard mark. It was fourth down with two to go and Harvard held, taking the ball on downs. On offside Harvard was set back to the one-yard marit. llardwlck punted forty-five yards as the period ended. The play had . been painfully slow by both, teams. Second period: Michigan was penalized twenty yards and Hplawn punted to Har vard's fifteen-yard line, llardwlck com ing back fifty-five yards, and Sptawn's return punt was nearly twenty yards less. Harvard having the ball at the center. Harvard finally worked the ball to the westerners' thirty-yard mark. When tho Michigan line held, a forward pass, llard wlck to Smith, put the ball on the tilne-tecn-yard mark. Francke made a first down In two tries and then Hardwick dodged Clear and walked across the line. He also kicked goal. Selawn's kick-off went for a touch back and Harvard rushed at its twenty-yard mark. A penalty set them back and Francke punted, Ilughitt recovering a fumble on his own forty-year mark. Ixgan Intercepted Michigan's attempt at a forward pass and Francke punted on the first down to the westerners thirty-seven-yard line. Another exchange of punts gave Michigan the ball at the cen ter, but the oval was lost on a fumble just as time was called. No More "cores Made. Third period: Splawn's kick off was brought back to the thirty-eight-yard line, and on tho second down Harvard 0m i$pr W W ( mm YtSCf1! hhnJ Jm-&4) h0?z6 1 Uihvr .-r'fe. efel j? maw WiiwM'MfayfcMi'm v-v'Wtt. tot v 0m.xI t ...ji. ' i i i 1 1 i i s NIFTY CROWD OF MAGNATES COMING Owners of Base Ball Nines Will Assemble in Omaha for Three Days of Business. MANAGERS ALSO ON THE JOB Bosses to Be at Meeting to Look After Their Ends of the Bargains. PLAYERS WITH THEIR WANTS Men Who Do the Diamond Labor Ex pected to Present New Demands. SOME NOTABLES IN CROWD Ainnna the tmirrintlon Will Re Lot of felelirltles Who re Bound to Mir I'p Considerable Interest In He half of Base llall. It will be a nifty little crowd of Ameri can rlt liens that will congregate In this well-known metropolitan city for the minor league contention Novem'er V. 11 nml 1-. HlK men. little men and men never heard of In this part of the country will he hero to do hustness. Magnates will he here In efforts to pave the way for a prosperous season in rI. inanaxers will be here to trade players with other managers layi;rs will he here to make demands on the magnates. All manner of bHse ball men w 111 he here and they are liable to do most anything. For Instance Charles Holiday Ebbcta will come along with his son, who is alleged to be owner of the Newark club. It Is also probable that while here, Charles will declare a frw hull. lays for Mayor Dahlman In view of the fact that he Is re-ognlied us th" beft little holi day declarer In the voild. Also Charles may say something about the Kr.ift case and start a little fight i.r two. Dome Other Motnltles f'omlna. Next Is Mr. William V. Haker of the I'hlladcli hla National league club. Mr. Baker's club was almost ruined by the Federal league a year ago and this year tho Feds have declared they will an nlhlliate it. This action Mr. Haker ob jects to und he will be here to work to gether with the minor In framing some stunt which will either put the Federal league on the blink, or bring about reconciliation. Urn ric h Rickey of the Hrowns will be here. Itranch Is the !ad who won't play on Sunday and lectures to the 1 oung From left to right the men are Mahan, llardwlck and Logan. Harvard's trio of backs on whom it depended on In the SlNTermATiovirL Hews Stvxc. Michigan game yesterday. With the i Crimson spirit Is again running mlKhtly Hrleklcy uut jf the game. Har vard stock took a slight slump, but the since they won the Wolverines. (Continued on l'ane Four. Column Five.) Bluffs High"Team Loses to Lincoln; Score is 52 to 0 The Council Hluffs High school foot ball squad was beaten by the Lincoln eleven here Friday afternoon by the decisive score of D2 to 0. The defeat was nut unexpected when the teams niieu up on inn griniron ai iimieuc para, j It was apparent that tho Hluffs High high ; schoolers w-ere outclassed as well as nut TO SELL BENDER AND PLANK Connie Mack Asks for Waivers on Two Famous Pitchers. COOMBS IS ALSO FOR SALE Manaa-er f Ahletle Snyn lie Una Heard One of Thrill la DleUer Inir with Federal I.enKne Have threat Hecordn. c. R O. R.T. R.K. Q B. ..L.H.B. ..R.H.B. C L.O..,. UT...., I.E.... g.B.... K.H.B. L.H.B. . Reward Haillitil (Cap.) Uroaa t'uneroa Abbutt Coray llulla '.alv Huthertord L.H. B.I K.H.B Wilson l'kmhrlln R.H. B.I L.H.B McPoDnell Dol F.H.Iy.U t'hl Touchdowns: Kutherford. Chamberlain, t'hl. Uoals from touchdowns: HalUuan I2. John. Field goals: Halllgan, 2. Time ut nuartera: Fifteen minutes. SuhHUtutes: Hawkins for Cakey. Shield for (Iross. Uelamatre for iJoyle, Forter for Chamberlain, Sulzer Tor nutnerioru. Caley for Hawkins. F.yans for Wilson, Wilson for Kvens. Nagle for Jones. Kv ans for Wilson. Harrison for I'hl, Ax'th lem for Packer. Keferee: McOovetn, Minnesota. l"m Plre: II viand, Iowa. Head linesman: lteilly. K. C. A. C. Chicago Union Stock Yards Quarantined PHILADKLPH1A. Oct. ft!. - Connie Mack, manaKer of the I'nlladelphia Alli- I letlcs, announced today that he hud asked waivers on Pitchers Hender, Plunk and Coombs. Mack's announcement was In confirma tion of a statement muile by Hughev 1 ,1 ri n I n cr M nn.n.iurt ,,f Ihn 1 Intrnlt lAnnl lit punted to Michigan's twenty-yard mark. '., ., ,,,, .... ., v,, ,...,. .. jon I probable that the game will be played at Neither offense could make headway, ,)e ,m(1lo llltonll(lll r lc.tatnillK any ILLINOIS BEATS MINNESOTA Fierce Game Decided by Twenty One to Six Score. ALL SCORING IN. LAST PERIOD Tennis Klrimale Thruimh I'lrat Three ((unrlera AImiiiI I'.vrn, with Visitors I'lnylnu Hav uely In I.nat Pe.rlml. WISCONSIN HOLDS CHICAGO Brilliant Exhibition of Gameness in Crucial Game for Big Nine Title. BALL IN MAROON FIELD AT END MINNKAI'UI.IS, (.,'t III. Illinois de feated Minnesota today in one of the most fleiccly contest d games ever played on Northrope field by thesctire of "1 to '. The teama struggled througli llellotva and Taylor Itun Kphere Hack ThlrO-Vnrd l.lne Juat llefore, I ontrat HroaKbt to t'lae. gam uualnst the!WPKl)rJ by thcW Nebraska opponents. It wiiii asserted after the game was over that the Nebraska boys averaged twen- ty-flvo pounds heavier than the Iowa lads. Hesplle tho great disparity, hopes of vic tory lor the Muffs boys were dominant throughout the first half, when by bril liant playing, and keen strategy, Lin coln was kept from making any gains worth while, the half ending. 14 to 0. in favor of Council Bluffs. In the last half, however, the Llncolnltes took possession of tho gridiron and held It tu the end, never permitting the Bluffs boys to get near Its goal. Tho brilliant Belgian-like work of the lighter Bluffs players could not be maintained, and tho heavy smash ing tactics of the Nebraskuns beat down all defense and won the game by the hu- CAMI lUVIl.ll.l Ullllill' U'la Oct 31. Ir, u brilliant exhibition of mi""V"". KollowlnB Is the lineup gameness Wisconsin held Chicago to a scoreless tie In a crucial battle for the llig Nine championship today. The the first thiee periods with honors about ! Badger defense proved unexpectedly lUer 1 Laramie. .7.7.7... Joha Following the game with Tarklo Patur McKiniejr dav. the University of Omaha will next "" T.VE? inert Cotner here. A game with the Mou, Wayne Normal win De piayea m n.j on November 30. This game was sched uled after negotiations with Bellevue col lege fell through. Z Japanese and British Warships Bombard Forts of Tsing Tau TOKIO, Oct. 31. The Navy department announces that the Japanese squadron, assisted by English warships and masked by a mist, approarhed and vigorously and effectively bombarded the forts at Tsing-Tau on October 29. Some of the defense works were destroyed and on the next day the bombardment was re peated. Only the kaiser's northeast fort replied to the bombardment. The funnel of a gunboat was shattered by the Japanese shells. rEKINO, Oct. 31. A wireless message r.nd punts were exchanged twice, Ingan one of tho three pitchers for the season WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 The Depart ment of Agriculture today quarantined the I'nlon Btork yards at Chicago to prevent (shipment of cattle except for im mediate slaughter, because of foot and 1,1.111th itkffuR CHICAOO, Oct. 31. -As a precaution I received in wnnin i"-' Kiao running Michigan's second offering back of eleven yards rrom the twenty-nve-yarn Matk .aM hp wnntod it nd,.Tliu.il that mark. Francke kicked again, but the ball ne dm n(lt i,,.,lur aIll, VUi,Wa use- was nrougi.t i.bck ana given to Michigan fu,n(.nn an pit, hers was over. even. All the scoring camts In thu filial quarter. Solor returned the ball twenty yards afler tho Initial kick-off. A forward pass was attempted, but fulhd, und Minnesota punted out of danger. strong, slopping the Maroon attack with little trouble, while, with Bellows' punt ing a leading Tudor the Curdlnul offense was strong Enough to keep the bull In Chlcugo territory most of the time. Fumbling ilistlimulshed the first mo- LINCOLN-r.2. Wilson LP.. R.R.... ' Albrecht LT. K.T.... . Young KO. lt.il. ... True (c) C. C Cox HO. UO i Anilrew RT. L.T I Bowers KK. UK.... Morris y.B. Q.B McClassun ..L.H. II. R.H.B. . Kuek R.H.B. L.H.B. I TrapHr F.B. F.B.... BLCFFS 0. Hughes On re n .... Brewlck .... Metxger Floyd . Underwood Hearles ..(c) Landon Wooda . Ross Judd rVhohliiger broke through the linn for I mcnta of the game. Bellows kitckud off a 'liirty ki. gain. Illinois lost the bull for Wisconsin. I'hlcagK regained the ball Referee: Ulls Miller. Omaha, f I'atton. fkiuth Omaha. Substitute Schmidt for Morris. as a penalty for tripping after the punt, i ,.r , i. i,.rira i,.,i,o i !,.. on downs on tlie Oophers' fifteen-yard on a fiiinble punt In tho center field and I M nfwn llnwm IAfi-m it on " "V I I Another Minni Mnta pass failed. loi-t II soo nafter In tho same manner on Lyons and Maultbeach made a first down .orv or defeat." Mack said, "and I am """ In four alternate tries. Benton was hurt, K,inB to keep these players for o'Jr league i riohin punted to Illinois' firtecn-yaril line ! Us Ihlrly-elKht yard line. Wisconsin hut refused to quit. A penalty stopped f possible. land Rosenthal recovered the hull, ' which j ruined clht yards ond plunges but wus Yost's men and .Splawn punted a touch-! "j. would not have risked for waivers I Illinois tumbled. Minncsolu. was inul- ! H'nallzcd fifteen ami Chlcugo got the hack. Harvard punted from Its thirty-!at tills time, but for the fact that one . teed for hoMing. lull by Interrupting a forward pass, yard mark, Franrko's kick being high of them told me he bad l en dickering i A pluce kick by Mnrombi r from thu i lruy for Chicago plunged ten yards: and short. Dunne replaced Benton, with the Federal league." tw nty-yunl line fai eil Maultbesch tiled three times b, fore he' The three pitchers did wonderful work Illinois held to straight foot ball, while ; lesser pains the hull wus placed on Wis could pierce the line for a first down, in their careers. Kach has figured as a the 'iophi-rs tried six forward passes, all Over Indian Team He waa used on tlifl next three play hero In world's scries ganx s. Flunk, ! of which went wild. Score; Minnesota, (i also, and again made It first down, this acknowledged as one of the greatest hit-j Illinois, 0. time on Ilarvards twenty-scven-yard banders that ever pitched a bull. Joined Mlmie.aoln I'uunda Line. mar. the Athletics in 11 unn n,ur.o n. .Minnesota pounil. -d the Illiui line ut gain he was called on and rescinded (winning of six American league pennants I ,., ,lf u. e,..nii ,,t.ui t i . for., with six. and then five yard lie was ! His best pel foi inances in u world's series ((i () e nn tl,I(,,..yulll ,n(. hurt, but resumed play. E. James re-'a" " Wi3 wtu" nn w"" fr""1 ,,m Nt' 1 A forward piss ccr tl,. t,ul line falbd placed Maats at end. Lyons made three IVork, tiianls. allowing the National j UI1, ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,, , f (,-nK,.r. .., v. yards, but with the ball on the six yard leaguers two hits in the final game. ,.rK (lt. , ri Mlnn. M)ta s forty-yuid mark. Harvard held asiln for downs, and! lender Joined the team In I!i2 and was hi(. WHtillir a ((.ar ,(Ut Fiancka puntod to the center of the field. , known as the "suri! money pitcher u nm (Jow y ,.;r(1.tJl, lnilllllH f.lll)d u The period ended after Ilughitt made five ;rv,,ry won,,t' wn"' ,, "''"' '""l Pass. Ma. ombci ti led a place yards through center. ; " ",Pm ''' " -" " Boston Nationals this year. i The Final Period. , fooinbs has not pitched much for two Fourth lwriod: Michigan was penalized !y,nr, n,, waM injured In a woild'a series fifteen yards, then lost tlie ball on u '.., i,. vw York in l'.ill and never fumbie at the center of the field, liar- 'fun.- recovered. II NOTRE DA MB, lnd., Oct. 31.-Berg- nun, Notre Dame's midaet ouarterbaek. Russell circled for twenty yards and with j playrd wonderful foot ball today ard his lesser pains tlie bull wus placed on Wis- i team defeuted Haskell Indians. 21 to 1. cousin's four-yard line. The Badgers sllf-j Three times Bergman, catching Haskell's I fened on the fourth attempt und punted lout of danger for the moment. The quur , ter ended without a score. ! I'll n I I 1,1. J 1 1... .. M ..... . 1 . . I . , - - " i " " " . i I, ij rrniil. I punts, went through the entire broken field for touchdowns. His runs aver aged severity yards. Wilson played great ball for Haskell Indians, repeatedly rush- Second period: Another series or punts ! """"K """s fr gains front five to 11 tt Via Pi 111 but against the spread of the foot and mouth Tflng Tau declare, that the naval bom hi... .mn. cattle the .hinment of rat- bardment of the German position In KiB( tie and sheep from the stock yards here I C"w legan today, but muKes no men- vard punted out of bounds at Michigan's nllnf a twenty-f out-lnnln game against except for slaughtering purposes was pro-1 ""n of a land attack. On the other t,rty-yard nark. Rpawn returned the.ti,e Boston Americans. Coombs earned has a record of win ... v . .larl.iriia tllHt ' .. .. hiblted by the bureau of animal Industry I nana a jap.ieBC .rH.v kick to Harvard s thirty-yard mark. An- tod-ay. It affects those animals which are noth a naval and a land attack now are 0.l)er ex( nanKei . a,ter BrnulI narVHrd sent here to be fed and fattened or for I being pushed against the German Po-lK(.lll8 ,, a run hlt,.k by iX)j(ani KaVfl use on dairy farms. About .9a cattle and i "It ion. j Harvard the bull on Michigan's forty-slx- 77T yard line. C. Coolldge went In at liar. Praise tor Impa Klem. . . ... . received . for,.rd tl.OOO sheep are shipped from here every week. NCRRIS DECLARES WILSON MOST PARTISAN PRESIDENT .?.S1m Kill Klem is that they do not ! P" ,ro,n Hardwick. being downed at wntch the balls or the plate as closly us Michigan's thirty-yard line. After a loss t.-i.n, Tha Nut una leamie a star looks !over the catcher's shouders and gets a full view of tho plate, while nearly all nther arbiters look over the catcher's Oct. 31. (Bpe-' head. They can't get as good a view of Senator the plate as Klem and can t umpire as GRAND ISLAND, Neh rUl TAletrt-nm . frilled States Norris addressed a packed house here this afternoen on the Issuea In the cam- Mcf'ooW Defeats Cauibrtda-e pa gn. 'He set forth that President Wll-I srr(-K-Jp;i son was the most partisan president In! UIjdeftHted' Neb.. Oct. SI. (Special.) The .MeCook High aehiMil team a whole the White House since the speaker had; won its rittn game rnisy iy aeieaunn i ardl )n In ICMrtnn and that the demo- Cambridge la. t lie iin. wa ii.o. and a penalty, Hardwick deliberately threw a forward pass out of bounds at Michigan's eight-yard murk. It was ruled Incomplete and the ball went to Michigan on its thirty-yard mark. Hplawn promptly punted to the Crimson fifteen yard mark, llardwlck turned right end for eight yards, then the Crimson found at center and made twenty three tries. Aa exchange of the title of "Iron man" In pUdilng th" Athletics to three victories ui-'alnst the Chlcniro Cuba in the world's series of MHO The waiver on him caused no here, but that Mick would let Bender and Flank go wus not expected. kick from the tbli ty-fi w-yai d Hue. 1 missed. I Minnesota made Its second successful 'forward I us in twelve utfeinpts, am , tin n tried u place kick, which fell short, 'and Illinois punted to midfirld as the half eiuieil. i Illinois put its spread formation Into ' pluy In tlie third quarter, but failed to scorn. Tic quarter ended with Illinois surpiise holding the ball on Milium, la's thirty- truce, yard line. Hcore: Minnesota, 0; Illinois, ii. Illinois marked the opening of the second iiuur-I ter In the course of whirl, Hel'owa made ; jn irelty return of I . ; Cmriiiiinga skirled around for twenty more, hilt thu hull Mux .wi i,,, ., ; Desjardlen punted to the Badgers' furtv-i five yard mark. Mucko went in at right ! for W isconsin. B.lioww booted to the Chicago seven- j' :-yard line. Couti bier replaced Gray, jwlm was Injured. A pflnt gave the ball I to tho Curdlnuls ou t;. Maroon forty jyurd murk. Bellows missed an attempted drop kick for goal from the Chlcuao thlity-flvc-yard mark. Diujaidlo;, punted to the Badger forty, fle-yurd mark und Bellows, In three line smashes, made first down. Taylor re- placed Cumnilnns is the Badgers' left I ten yards. WAKEFIELD HIGH DEFEATS PENDER; SCORE, 47 TO 7 WAKEFIELD. Neh.. Oct. 31 -(Special Wukcf elil High school today defeated Bender with a score of 47 to 7. The local I Iksklnnera outdat-ced the visitors In ev. cry wuy. MISSOURIANS S'lRPRKF nnir. I lie halt ended w ith ball iih II I. rusned tin ball to the three- j consin on the Maroon flf teen-vnrH ., i. j yard line soon alter phiv was resum- d ' Kcore: ChlcaRo. (r; Wisconsin. 0. i In flir fmirtl, i.rl,..l tlllnni .... . !..., ..... I ,e.. .1.1.. .1 loDirill TIIDAI e Ii ., ....o i.inin ii,.i : 10 mis 1, me n iscons.n outplayed Clil- rVfVrtOl'.O l"JIIII;UblUnHUil j " " '"ii runs un l a lorward puss put icuiio. oa on .:. one ai d line. u, k go. j Hard play In Third. COI.I'MRIA. Mo., Oct. Si The 1 nlvei - ' iiik oer lor rue to.icndown on a mass Slty of Missouri eleven, outweighed fl ; play. Mmiuiiber kicked goal. The Badgers started In whirlwind fashion and Plunges and runs and a Killed by f;od News. Daniel F. Hnwley of Thlelle, Rockland roiintv. New York, overjoyed by receipt of news that he had Inherited a W 5( legacy, droi ped cVad In tho home of his daughter. Mrs Bertram M. Wagner, in Lee.Uvllle, recently. When he received a letter explaining that in his will his brother. Ralph I Hawl-y had left him half of his $13,000 estate, Hawley Imparted the news to his erM"rtson Frederic Hardier, and started to run up the stairs to tell Mrs. Wagner. When he rearhed the top of the attic rta'ra exhausted he fell dead from heart difesfe.. He was 62 years old. New York Tribune. Antra Lnaea Klovr Ball. Tn the latter part of the season Pitcher I .eon Ames of the Reds seemed to have The Missouri team was bard pressed In tratlc campaign pledges such as the civil j fH( f(ot , .MCCook wan by superior serv.ce reit rni. irirnn nuirui m i'"' a14-: ofu'nsl'fc uunriy expenditures und prosecution of trusts Cambridge to it- J lie pam was "f'likk.h wa (oiiowed ,,v mora Harvard 1 tarlier is-rlods In wh. h the Kansas ought, throughout both teams playing KK"" "0'" mori llanurt , had been fUurantly dierearded and re rriamed wholly unf ulf V I '. He spoke In upport of republican state and congres ionul tandida'es. ' I. ear Looks food. If the late season form of King Iear of the Reds Is an indication of what he's going to do next season, he will be con siderable pitcher. gains at center, and Rochm, !S0 pound:). replaced Watson, (juuil took Mrllaie's place, and the Harvard gains continued. The game ended Just as J. T. Coolldge caught a forward pass from Michigan's iConiinocil on I'.nc Column 'llure i players' defense wss tiie best In the second quarter Captain Agtiew kicked a field goal from the twenty -five yard line for the Aggies' r.nly score. teen pounds to the man. surprised :t After the klckoff Illinois rushed the ball' forward puss carried the ball to the Followers this aucrnoon ny wuiiiiuk inun ne ., i,oi.-nii i m-m r- nni ime in two flar. the heavy Kunsus Agrlcult iral oil. Ke , downs and Rogue went anuind i U:ht end ; took It on downs after two passes had ' veloped early In the season. Formerly team, wore, V! to 3. rr Illinois second touch. low n. .Macom-1 f..ii..,, Wisconsin niil, kl r....ll l. eurve null pucner. lie acquired ler kicked goal. Mlimisotu returned the ball ufter the klckoff to the center of the ! field on a forward pass, but two more I attempts failed and Minnesota punted. Ttro 'lore Touchdowns. A loi wiir 1 pass gave Minnesota Ihe bull ou Illinois' tin vard line und Biermau Read Daily by People In Search of vertlsed Opportunities fltiA mIow .liliek m.-hleK t,a , tl I u.l I .. , n hi. Chicago's forty-five-yard mark on a deliveries with much skill and continual fumble. success. Of late, the slow ball has been Couthle and Flood carried the ball to I . ,',rt'r . " 't bauer. It strangle , . .... i I, . ... In Just where they slay It. and ther the Maroon forty-yard line and Hood draw Uu,.u ,ml ,wlnx wllh rtct crnsneo inrougu mr iirsi downs, a Slug ging match between Russel and Keeler brought fifteen-yard penalty. Deujar- .iiiinu. il i n Page Two, Column One- J (Continued on 1'uge Two, Column One.) Ames Ills- Wis AMES. Ia.. Oct. Si. (Special Telegram.) Ames High defeated Webster City by 36 to 0.