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Cornhuskers' Title is Now Undisputed in the Entire Missouri Valley
CRIMSON IS YICTOR BY 36 TO 0 SCORE Harvard Wins Its Greatest Triumph Over Yale in Quarter of Cen tury in New Bowl. ELIS CAKXOT MAKE ONE POINT Twice They Stand Almost Under Goal Post of Enemy, but Fail to Register. LATERA PASS WITHOUT AVAIL Five Touchdowns Made by Visitors in Splendid Contest. THEIR DEFENSE IS WONDERFUL One of Senanltona la Appraranrr f Captain llrlekley In Fourth Period, Who Kicks ;oal. NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. 21. -Harvard scored its greatest triumph of more than a quarter of a century .over Vale in the new blue "bowl" today, live touchdown brought the points to TO to 0 In favor of the crimson. Tho ITarvard offense drove Yale b.lrk fop mahv vur.la .i.ti .- "j jniii.-., nunc lllQ dreaded Yale lateral pass was unable to bring a blue score. Twice Valo stood almost under tho Harvard goal post, but could tut produce a score. The strength of the Harvard defense waa one of the most remarkable shown by a Crimson team In many years. One of the sensations was the appearance of Captain Brlckley In tile fourth period. Brlckley figured In tne ewirrns by kicking a goal. The usual demonstration followed the end of the game and it was singular that the three latest foot ball edifices of Har vard, Princeton and Tale should have received their dedication by defeats of the home team. Harvard Wins Tom. Harvard won the toss and elected to defend tho south goal. Tale gave the Crimson the kick off and Mahan booted to Legore, who came back thirty yards from the seven-yard mark. Two attempts failed to gain and legore punted to Ma han on Harvard's twenty-yard line. The Harvard back went all the way to Tale's thirty-seven-yard mark, Knowles tackling him from the rear. Using Bradlee three times and Mahan once the Crimson made a firHt down on the twenty-five-yard line. Bradlee hit the line for five and Francke made six yards on a fake kick, then repeated for five more, and Bradlee on a delayed pass went to tho five-yard mark. Talbott threw a wing shift for a loss, but Hardwlck took a forward pass from Mahan and scored a touchdown around Brann The Crimson needed only eleven rushes to score from the thlrty-seven-yard line. Hardwlck missed a hard goal. Score: Harvard, 6; Tale, 0. Knowles ran the second klckoff back thirteen yards from the fifteen-yard line. A lateral pass lost seven yards and Alns worth was thrown for a loss of five more. Legore punted, to his own forty-seven-yard mark. Harvard made one first down, then Tale stiffened and Ma han threw a forward pass out of bounds, It was Tale's ball on their thirty-yard mark. Legore punted over the Harvard goal line. Tale claimed Mahan touched the ball before It crossed and claimed a safety, which waa not allowed Starting from their twenty-yard mark the Harvard backs ripped oft gains of fifteen, sixteen, fifteen, five and eight yards. Then a penalty of fifteen for holding halted them and Mahan waa forced back twenty yards on an at tempted forward pass. Mahan punted and I.cgore returned It. The ball was Har vard's on their thlrty-five-yard line when the period ended. Harvard Score Often. Second period: Tale's left was at once attacked, Mahan skirting the right end for successive runs of nineteen and twenty-two yards. Then he went through the center for seven. Watson replaced ogan. Bradlee and Franck made a first down on the Blue nine-yard line. On a delayed pass Mahan made six yards. There was a fumble on the next play, the ball rolling across the line. Franck fell on it for a touchdown. Hardwick again missed goal. Score: Harvard, 12; Yale, 0. Tale tried kicking off this time. Carter replaced Stlllman and Bradlee was forced out of bounds at his twenty-two-yard line. ITarvard tried rushing again, but Tale forced a punt, Legore running It back from hlr own twenty-five to liar. raid's forty-five-yard mark. made five and through the line. Knowles made the first down. He was used three times more, and with three to go on the fourth down shot a forward pass to Alnsorth on Har vard's thirteen-yard mark. Eight rushes had yielded thirty-nine yards. Harvard was penalised for delay and Knowles went to the slx-yrd mark. Then he was stopped at center on the next play fum bled. Coolldge recovered and sprinted the length of the field for the third Har vard score. Hanck kicked this goal. Score: Harvard, 19, Tale, 0. Walden kicked off and Mahan came back twenty yards to his thirty-yard mark. On the second rush Bradlee went through center standing up and ran to MINI CINCH TITLE; TRAMPLEBADGERS Powerful Urbana Eleven Wins Clear Title to Western Championship by 24 to 9 Victory. NO RESISTING ITS OFFENSIVE Vlaltora Make Three Toarhdown bjr Way of I'natar. and Murom ber and One Field Goal. MAIMSON. V is.. Nov. ;i.The powerful Illinois eleven won a clear title to the western conference championship here today by taking its final game of the season from the Iniveisity of Wisconsin by a score of 24 to s. Illinois made three touchdowns by way of 1'ogue and Macomber. and one field gi'iil, and the Badgers made one touch down and a safety. The Wisconsin line could not resist the fierce nlimv., with the vis, tors' brilliant hackftcld the Cardinal hud little chance to win. Huriitera Win Tiim. Wisconsin won the tons and elected to defend the east goal. Wagner caught the klckoff on tlie ten-yurd line, but was downed without gaining. Wisconsin lost on a fumble. Clark recovered and raced fifty yards for un Illinois tou hdown. Ma comber kicked goal. By terrific line smas! os Illinois won its way to Wiscon sin's ten-yard line, where they were held. Maconiber added thiee points by a drop kick from the twenty-five yard line.' First quarter: Illinois. 10; Wisconsin, 0. Forward !naa Faifa. Second (Juarter Illinois got within striking distance of Wisconsin's goal when Wisconsin took the bull on a fumble and kicked out. Illinois tried a forward pass which failed, Pogue gained twenty yards by see-sawing through the line, and a forward puss gained ten yards. I'ogue received the ball on a punt and ran sixty yards for Illinois' second touchdown. nmrunmn oowneil Macomber in h tracks when he received the next punt. Blinois then caught Bellows in like man ner on the klckout. Wisconsin then re sorted to the kicking game. Cummings cheered Wisconsin's hopes with a long drive through center. Wis- ' consin tried forward paFies without suc cess. There was no further scoring, and ! "l " me nun me score was Illinois, 17; Wisconsin, 0. Kicks to IlelloHn. Third Period Macomber kicked to Bel lows, who returned five yards on n for ward pass to Kelly. Wisconsin i.ti.'e thirty. Two more forwnrd passi j'.i.i ihe ball within five yards of the Illinois goal, and In two more plays Wisconsin scored. Cummings carrying the ball. Bellows kicked goal. Macomber made fifteen yards around left end and then essayed a fake pass which failed. Stavrum for Wisconsin ran SPORTS nrVn- SECTION ot OMA! IE UNDAY IA Navy Overwhelms fYIG HALLIGAN'S TOE UFSlllUS .ulCVCIllfi iirnn lAniTititriTrnTtfi Bee OMAHA, SUN PAY MOUN'IXU, NOVEMHKW 2J, 1JU4. Leads Harvard to Victory Against Yale Bulldog Walter Homy Trumbull, in'Klov s successor, tho Crimson foot ball t emu's present lender, has proved himself one of the best men in the game today. He has played center, tackle and ji'iuinl positions in several of the bijr panics and was largely rosiMiisiblo for tho biiC score npainst Vale. ANNAPoUS. Md . 21. -With n team composed largely of second string men, Nay closed tho season at Annapolis by defeating Prslnus. 3.1 to 2. The visitors scored on n safely In the flnnl moments of the game when Oul bert. who bad gone In at half for tho ' Navy. In trylnir to punt out of danger from behlnt his own goal was forced to down the hni after n bnd pass. This play followed a strong stand by Navy on Its one yard line, when It got the ball on downs. It was the only time I'rslnns got within striking distance of the Navy goal, Rutherford Plays With Broken Shoulder IOWA CITY. la.. Nov. Sl.-tSpeclut Telegram.)-1 lck Hutberford broke bis shoulder blade In the second quarter of the game today. It whs learned tonight. Kut herf old nmde no mention of tTie tin t to Stichni and continued In the fray until the last whistle blew. It was noilceible In the Inst half that Hulherford favored his shoulder In tackling, and the informa tion learned tonight makes the reason plain. It was a great exhibition of pltn k and nerve, as Ituthcjford was always In the thick of the battle. inirry yards to the Illinois fifteen yard line, where ho was downed by Macomber. A penalty gave Wisconsin five yards more. The next nlav eulned o vrd Ti more followed, and on the next play II- A safetv netted Knowles three yards two polnu for Wisconsin, and the period - .1 J A 1 -l a . . ... . cnuea Illinois. 17; Wisconsin, 9. Honor Downed. Fourth Perlod-Pogue was downed In bis tracks on recovering the ball on the klckoff. Illinois made desperate attacks on the Wisconsin line, but for some time the Badgers were able, as a rule, to block their plays. Macomber tried a field goal from the thlrty-five-yard line, which fell short by a few Inches. Pogutj worked his way forty yards through all interference for Illinois third touchdown. Maconiber kicked goal. The fleet Pogue got away for twenty yards more through the line. A drop kick failed and Wisconsin recovered the ball. Taylor made ten yards and Smith five. t success. r itonn foe hold ner. Mahan s attenint . : " "'w " iiiruwa. . fild .nal was blocked but Harvard ttth C"d"18 without advantage recovered. Kins Pradleea place. From the forty-yard mark Hardwick mvle seven, then Yale held. Mahan kicked short for a field goal and I-egore fumbled on Ids ten-yard line. Harvard again recovering. Again Yale held, and ; Murk on his third try. this time from the twen- v-five vard mark, Mahan drop-Kicked a ' Htiio pnul Score: Harvard. 22; Yale, 0. Walden kicked off. and advanced to Its own forty-three-yard mark when the half ended. Huring the first half Harvard completely outplayed Yale In every department of the game. With the exception of a short flash at the beginning ef the second period. Yale never threatened the Crimson, while the Cambridge men rolled up a score o. - the 1'niverHty of Denver eleven fnrtav point, which. In but thirty minutes of aefeated the University of Wyoming ver won - . ---i -W '- .fji-o '-'Najfca. if . ...... 4 s' 1 v- v i r v ... 2- , , .md m jc'l ' ifv 'V . s ' ' -( v j t , 1 a . X vf if , iN U ' I 1 Captain of Nebraska Eleven Boots Three Field Goals that Over come Hawkcyes Tie. HUSKERS WIN SIXTEEN TO SEVEN Lack Dash and Spirit Shown in Other Big Games of the Season. LINE CRUMBLES BEFORE IOWA Only in One Period Does Scarlet and Cream Show Old Form. POTTER AND HOWARD ARE STARS llankrjra t'liiht I phlll (.ame. Vallently and .n, (nrrrtao and Carlierry Prove Bis lironnil (.itinera. n l'ltl:l S. I II T Kit. 7 Yole s thirty-yard mark. Two more play. I '"'Z"'T, " R gained ten, tnen lizard was penalised 1 ' W 8 ,t'le;1 " without . , t. ...... ... . . Bellows tried several more aerl Harvard had Kru .7... score: Illinois. 24: WlscooMin The lineup: WlH(X)NSrN. RUrrum UK. n B Hurk lT. H T. M. Mtr Li O. K.O. kTiupdjr I'.U; Jt (i . I. ii Klr (Cjip.) H.T.ILT., Hu KK.ll. r. U.ll.iU.H.. .L.H U h.H B Tinal Hmltb H H H UH U .K B ly.u ILUNOlrf. Grave Hly Htuurt WHiB.n .. .ttitpman o ArmMiMug ' 8iu.r ... Clark Maf omher i oau Btboblbger DENVER ELEVEN BEATS THE WYOMING ELEVEN LARAMIE. Wyo., Nov. 2L IB a game marked by alow playing on both aides. I lay. equals the largest previous score t.ain, t,y a icore of jo , 0 j,,, ver made by Harvard against aie. KHs also developed a disastrous fumbling treak in the second perloi. two"fumbles dlre.tly resulting in touchdowns. Two Mra laijarrd. Third jierlod: Walden kicked off to Mahan on the ten-yard line. Mahan ran back twenty-seven yards. After two short gains Mahan punted and Legore'a return punt was blocked. Wallace got it tCuutinued un l'age Two. Column Three.) oh touchdowns, goals and place kicking. The feature of the gair.e was a long run In the last few minutes of play by Moirib. fullback fur Denver. Havrnaa. Defeats Aalr. KAVKNXA, Neb.. Nov. 21. (Special.) - The Aiisley foot ball leani came down this afternoon and ei beaten by thr local boys. 7 to i The game was fought to a finish and as fe.uurcd by consid erable rough plaing. GOPHERS DEFEAT MAROONS Minnesota's Forwards Earn Team Second Place in Big Nine. TEAR HOLES THROUGH THE LINE Korcr Opentaga for Hacka, Who Swre4 to Two Touehdewna for Vlaltora' One score Is Thirteen to Seven. CHICAGO, Nov. 21. Mlnnenota's great forwards today earned for the Gophers second place In the biar nine conference foot ball standing. Tearing big holes in the Chicago line, ' they cut paths through which the Minnesota backs crashed for two touchdowns to the Ma roons one, winning, 13 to T. A gallant fight by Chicago and two or three turns of fortune nearly put a different complexion in the game, but in the filial period, after the Maroons had led in the firat three, the Gophers ploughed their way to a final touch down and victory. khoald Have Had Two More. On form, Minnesota should have had two more touchdowns. Twice the whistle prevented a Gopher score, once when the ball waa in the hands of Coach Williams' men on the one-yard line and the half ended, and again Just aa the game ended with the oval less than a yard ut. The Maroons, however, atoppod the Oophers within a few feet of the goal In the final quarter through aheer tourage. Minnesota scored a touchdown In the first period, but failed to kick goal Rux eell was sent in at quarterback for Chi cago and Instilled eno ish ginger to force the ball over the Minnesota goal line for a touchdown, after a t-rriea of successful (Continued on fag Two, Column Two.) Dartmouth Crushes The Syracuse Team1 BOSTON, Nov. 21. The versatile Tarthmouth eleven, with bull-like rushes, sweeping end runs uml accurate paHsns In Its rcpetolre of attack, overwhelmed a heavier team from fiyracux ui.lveiHlty today. 40 to 0. The gume waa playeo on a temporary gridiron laid out tn Ken way partk. The New Hampshire eleven took ail vantage of nearly every one of the fre quent fumbles of Syracuse, and used the ford ward pass sie'cc-gfully. I Omaha Bowlers in Midwest Tourney SIOl'X CITY, la., Nov. 21 The second day of the Mld-weKt Howling tourney opened this morning with contests in the ingles. Chicugo, Kansas City, Omaha, are In the schedule for today. Omaha Is making a strong bid for the next tourna ment. Scores of Omaha two-man events: Kirineman-r'ufciischue, l.lW; Teal-Hoffman, 1.013; itice-Banks, VM; McCoy Shaw, SfA; Carr-Hlebl, 9f.fi. Clarke Will Again Pilot the Indians SIOCX CITY. la.. Nov. 21 (Special Telegram.) Josh Clarke will again pilot the Indians next season, according to an nouncement of I'resldent Hanlon today. Hanlun suld the team would be substan tially the same. He denied the report that he waa dlsvallnl'led with the attend ance this year. -1 l'a' Hi ii' DOANE WALK OYER BELLEYUE Timers Too Fast for Indians and Game Ends 30 to 6. Mntlatlca f tnme. First downs gained i Kabraska, 17 Iowa, 10. Held for downs t Nebraska, 4: Iowa, 8, Vnccasaful forward pasaaai Webraala, 7: Iowa, 3. Tarda gained br passes I Nabraska, 157 Iowa, 70. Puntat Mebraska, 235 yards In 6 pants J Iowa, Boa yards tn 6 punta. Panaltlaai Mebraska, 110 yards; Iowa, 48 yards. Total yarda gained. ITabraaka, 401 1 Iowa, 332. IOWA CITY, In, Nov. H.-fSpecUI Telegram.) The truwtv toe of Captain Vic Hnlllgan nloue saved Nebraska from a tie gamo with low.t today. Hnlllgan booted three field gotls from placement, netting a total of nlno points. Those, points, coupled with the one touchdown counted, made the Neb'aika score, 16 to Iowa's 7. Something was lacking In the Corn husker attack. The team was lacking: In that old s lilt and fight, which han given the 1'nlverslty of Nebraska an envied reputation from coast to coast and It Is also apparent that the sturdy athletes were suffering from an attacks of "chestlness." Those two delinquencies nearly defeated the Huskers and, art re lated before, Halllg;n, playing his last game for Nebraska alone won the battle Hawkey en Crash l.lne. The Nebraska line, that sinew btmdbi of beef and strength, which hns foiled) the attacks of the mightiest, crumbled like ho much paper liefore the llivwkeyes. On tho dcfenne and on the offense, thai Hawkye line unset the Nebraska rank: on every occasion. The CornhuskeT in terference .another virtue, whlrh haa heretofore played such an Important part In Nebraska victories, was uneven anil prucllcally of no benefit to the men carrying tie ball. Only for a brief few minutes In ,the third quarter did th-i Cornhuskers show their old-time form. Then a serlca of masterfully executed forward passes and desiierate lino plunges by Hulherford swept the ball down tho field to the six Inch line, where l'otter squirmed ovo for the lone Nebraska touchdown. Potter Alnnyn Heady Nebraska's secondary defense and Herb Potter, playing safety, kept the Iowa score to one touchdown. Time and again Garretson, 1'arson, Carberry and Groat broke through the linn and were only downed by that secondary defense On numerous occasions the Hawkcyes started well-balanced forward passes that es caped everybody but the vigilant Totter. The little Hunker quarter siwlled many passes which, if successful, would have given the Iowa runner a clear field to the goa) "in. Chamberlain, the sensa tional 'halfback, who had in previous games broken away for frequent long runs, was powerless. Not once d'6 he make a gain of over six yards. Ruther ford, while consistent, barely averaged five and six yards. Helamatre worked up to standard at fullback and l'otter and Halligan and Howard shone bril liantly, but the rest of the team was nils erably weak. First Point Heored. Totter, Halligan and Howard, three mftrj playing their last game for the Scarlet and Cream, were the real stars. When ever Nebraska madn long gains It was along the aerial route to Howard or Halligan from l'otter or Halligan. HallU gan'a tackle was the only Invulnerable spot on the Nebraska line. Ilglllgan'a booting was nothing short of miraculous. Thre eplace kicks out five attempts were accomplished. One was from the thirty eight-yard line, another from the thirty and tho third from tho twenty-flvo-yard (Continued on Tage Two, Column Flve.i MAUSH GOOD AT ALL STAGES Minnesota Wins Cross-Country Run I.FAVi;TTK, I rid , Nov. i!l.-Mlnne-sota won the ";lg Nine" conference cross country ran here this afternoon from a field of ten contestants. Ames took sec ond place with SI points. Watson of Minnesota was the Individual winner, crossing the tape In minutes Bnd i seconds. His time Is said to set a new conference record for the distance of five milts. The other eight teams finished In the following order: llllonls, third wltii 98 points; Ohio State fourth, IIH; Wisconsin fifth, 124; North western sixth, lis; Chicago seventh, 132; Purdue eighth, 142, Iowa ninth, 211; In diana tenth, L3. tight Half of Ituaiir Tram on Ihe Job at Kery Turn of the Con test 1. 1 1 more Makes Long ' Ituu for Counter. NORTHWESTERN ELEVEN OHIO STATE WINS OVER (mi'MIU'R, O.. Nov. 21. Ohio state closed its l'.'M foot ball season here to day with a victory over Northwestern. The final wore was 27 to 0. The only chance the Purple players had to score ca-me In the second period, when aided materially 1 y penalties, they advanrd thi ball to Ohio's twenty-five-yard Hue. Fullback Patterson dropped back fur a drop kick, but the ball went wide. CllETK, Neb., Nov. 21. (Special Tele gram.) The Iloane Tigers defeated the Hellevue team here today, 30 to 6. The visitors won the '.oss. and chose to re ceive at the north, taking advantage of j the strong wind. They failed to make their downs and Hoane took tlwr ball down the field with a few brilliant runs, but were called back for holding. Maresh dropped for a kick from placement, but failed. Hellevue again failed to make downs and Maresh soon went over the line for the first touchdown, but failed to kick goal. The first quarter ended: Uoane, ; Hellevue, 0. Organization of the ! Rifle and Revolver Club is a Success The Greater Omaha Klflo and Revolver club Is meeting with success. A large number of applications have been received from btudmss and professional men In Omaha ami vicinity, aa well as from a number of men from out in the state, who dexlre to affiliate with the club. Appli cation!), membership cards and stationery ba. been printed. A small club house is being considered and planned for the range, which will probably 1h in Kast Omaha, handy to tho ! car line, and where members may go out j In the afternoon and do their shooting i without consuming a lot of time. In ad jdltlon to the CO-yard range an Indoor j runge haa been secured for use in stormy weather and for those that do not car for the long range. Kvery posidble convenience will be af forded the members of this club to learn how to shoot straight, and more espe cially for the young men past 1 years of age, as a number of men who have been In the army and marine service, as well as the local National guard, will be available aa Instructors to those that have A number of long runs characterised ,TV "P""" ' nananng the second quarter until Maresh inter: " y " Mmn cep.ed a pass and went over for Hoane'. ' 'T? '0. U ""ootlng until they hav second touchdown and kicked goal. Med- ! l"lllit!d ""ln J handling the lar soon broke away for Hoane's third j "'"' H , k . 7 hT V' r touchdown on a p.ss from Maresh. with ! kn"1dK ' to handle the gun. a twenty-flve-yard run. Hellevue then i ! 'n'1'"1 ot to make It Intercepted a pass, and Gilmore made a I b" .u,",y af r thoBe n the rana nit wiutra. brilliant nlnety-f I ve-yard run for their only touchdown, but failed a goal. The second half netted Hoane ten more points with a touchdown and a place kick by Maiesh from the forty-yard-line. Ohrnan and Gilmore starred for Picllevue, while good consistent playing on. the part of (Continued on Page Two, Column T ) The entrance feo will In all probability be raised after the first of the year. In order to limit the membership, aa it Is not desired to have more than 200. Ap plications for membership should be made to K. ltay Allen, secretary, 03 Woodmen of the World building, eg through any officer or member.