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EAVY HUSKERS WILL WRESTLE JOE STECHER AT LINCOLN. BENDER IS AFTER SCALP 0FHUSKER5 Former Star Is Coaching the Crack Agriculturists from Manhattan, Kansas. SPORTS SECTION of The Omaha WORLD'S SERIES OYERPOWER DRAKE Des Moines Bulldogs Mowed Down by Coach Stiehm's Foot Ball . Machine. SNAPPY GAME ENDS 48 TO 13 OPENS NEXT FRIDAY First and Second Games Will Be Played in Philadelphia, Next Two in Boston. WILL "TOSS COIN FOR SEVENTH IJNCOLN, Oct. i- Special Telegram.) !oach Stiehm's Hunkers Inaugurated the 1915 foot ball season her thta after noon against a Missouri Valley confer enc opponent by trouncing Drake, 48 to IS. Griffith'! pupil earned one touch down by . pounding the Nebraska line for teady and consistent gains. Captain Blackburn boosted hi team's total to thirteen after he had scooped up a for ward pass, which Warnock fumbled, and with a clear lle'.d In front of him kcooted twenty-five yards across the Huaker goal line. ' Nebraska's back field put up a daizllng xniDit on or toot dbii. wun inamo-r- iin flavins his usjsj- brilliantly Hashing game. hi Put. t Actloa. In the second half Sttehm tried out a number of second trlng men and they played better ball than those who first started the game. Little Oaky,- who .re placed Cook at quarterback at the end of the first half, shared wit Chafnber laln and Rutherford the honors of the day. Caley electrified the stands with a tunning forty-five-yard return ,' of a klckoff on the first play and In returnlnj punts. His handling of the forward pass was sure. The Nebraska backfleld played mid season foot ball, but the line, which has been Stiehm's worry, showed fatal, weakr nessea and allowed Drake to pile up more points than any Drake eleven has ever scored against a Nebraska team.. Buns, the big Drake halfback, and Captain Blackburn found It easy to slip through for substantial gains. , Senre In Three Minnies. . Three minutes after the opening of p'ay Reese took the ball over for the link ers' first touchdown on a ten-yard sprint around the end. Corrl kicked goal. Play for the remainder of the quarter aw the ' ball In Draka territory, but neither side could gain consistently. Reese started the second quarter with some long end runs and in a minutes hamberlatn went over for a touchdown. Corrl kicked goal. Nebraska marched straight down the field on the klckoff to the five-yard line, where a penalty put them back, but Rutherford flipped a bealtlful forward pass to Chamberlain and he crossed the goal line on a fifteen-yard run. Corrl missed goal. Drake Plereee Line. Drake secured the ball In the center of the field on an exchange 'of punts, and, with Blodgett, Buns and Blackburn ham mering the Nebraska line, carried the ball over for Drake's first touchdown. Buns kicked goal. ' Caley replaced Cook at the opening of the third quarter and dashed back forty five yards with the klckoff before finally brought down. , With Rutherford and Caley circling the ends for long gains, Caley carried the ball over tor aisbraaka's fourth touchdown. , At the opening of the fourth" quarter, Drake got the ball on Nebrask'a thirty-eighth-yard line after an exchange of punts. Warnock broke away with a for ward pau, but was tackled fiercely by Caley and dropped the ball. Blackburn scrooped It up and crossed the Nebraaka goal, but Buna missed goal. .cores la Rapid Order. ' A pretty forward pass, Caley to Cham berlain, netted alxty-flv yards and touchdown Just before the close of the game and with Rutherford, Chamberlain and Ridell alternating, Caley drove them for a second touchdown In rapid order. Caley scored the final touchdown .when ebrarka secured the ball on Drake's twenty-yard Una on a fumble, and three line smashes carried to the ten-yard line. Caley covered the remaining distance on a dash around the end. ' The lineup: . NEBRASKA 48. DRAKE, 13. Chamberlain . .D.E, UK. Keen I Corn ... Doncgaii Moser ,, Atiiiott L-T. i.T Warnock L..Q.I UO Berliuer C.! Sprong h.o.i r.a Bioiigett R T. :i.T Bretthears R.K.. R.B Welsh y.H.i Q.B Thomas (0.).UII. UH Jarneaaji R.H.i R.H Buns Shir-Ms . Rlddoll .. Cook .... Rutherrd Reese ... Otopaii'lk Touchdowns: .F.H.I F.B. Blackburn (C.) Chamberlain t8), Caley.' 12). Hut lerfold iteese, moogelt, mack burn. Heals from touchdowns: Corrl (), buns. Rereree: Birch, ex-Erldham. Um pire: liyland, ex-Iowa. Head linesman: Kearns. ex-Bellevue. Substitutes: thaw for ShittlriH, Caley for Cook. Uardlner for Reese JfJoyle for Otopaullk. Bulls for Rlddell. Rasmussrn for Chamberlain, Proctor for Uardlner, Porter for Ruther ford, Dale for Donegan, Smith for Bum, Buns for Blackburn. Blackburn for J arm san, Jarnegan for Keen, Ellis for B odxett. Danders II for Jarnegan, Janie t n tor Blackburn, Blackburn for Jarne- an. Eastern Golf Pros ' i Meet for Big Purse Now Yorkers will have a chance to watch some fine golf this fall between ten ins made up of the .leading profes rlonals. CO Nicholas, the Metropolitan champion, who now halls from Great Neck, and Alex. Smith of Wykagyl will meet two other "pros" In a series of matches for 11,000 a side. . U is sa'd that Wilfred Reid and Louis Telller will also play against all comers. This la mora 11 .e the golf In England, which cen times all winter long The publle haa m good chance to see the game as the ex perts play it. Too many players struggle along with their own game when they should take advantage of seeing the boat players In action. COACH USES MOVIES TO TEACH FOOT BALL PLAYS Clarence Chllda, the Indiana university coach who used whippets and automo biles In training his sprinters and run nels last, spring, has engaged a motion picture theater, at Iafayi tt and has been giving his foot ball candidates a course In "movie" of games played last fall. PHILL'E PAPERS PULL onnnu Tiirr rtai uri Th other -lay the Philadelphia. Record printed this notlr: "There is a letter at this of.'lcs for 'ConnI' Maxk.", Looks aa If even th home newspapers have. classed th AthWtlc with th amateur and aeaul pKOfesaioual outfits. ' -.-., X- "AMiKlCUS.', JOE WOOD FALLS BEFORE-JOHMSOM Walter Defeats Boston Bed Sox by the Score of Three to One at Home. DARKNESS CALLS SECOND ONE WASHINGTON. Oct. 1 Washington won from the Red Soxi i to 1, today, and darkness ended a second game after the tenth Inning with the score 3 to S. John son outpltched Wood In the opening game. In the second contest Dumont bested Shore, but was prevented from winning by Shank's error. Score, first game: BOSTON. WASHINGTON. AH. H. O A R. All. II. O A B. noojr, rf... i 'Jui. rf....i lees Scott, as 4 0 0 4 OAwler. Sb... 4. 0 I 0 Chorion, cf.. 110 0 Mllan. uf.. 4 110 0 Hoblttiel, lb 4 II 0 Ollamlll, lb... t 0 10 1 Lewis .If.... 4 0 0 0 KJtiiiitKin. If.. 1 14 0 Gardner, lb. 4 1 IHhanks. lb... 4 0 0 0 Jauvrln, lb.. 1 0 4 4 lWllllama. c. 1 0 10 0 0 i TBomu. a... I 14 1 tivnnoiijr, aa. I 1 1 1 1 Won, p., 10 0 1 OJehneoa. D. , I 1 1 t num. p leviv Totals 3 III I I Totale 34 M 10 I Boston ,..0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 Washington- 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 Two-base hi(s: Judge, Connolly, stolen bases: Johnson, C. Milan. Double play: Thomas to Janvrln. Bases on balls: wf Wood. 2; off Ruth, 2; ofr Johnson, 2. Hits: Off Wood. 7 in six Innings; off Ruth, none In two Innings. Struck out: By Johnson, 8; by Wood. 1: by Ruth, 1 Umpires. O'Doughlln and Illldebrand. bcore. second game: ' BOSTON. WASHINGTON. AB.H.O.A.B AB.H.O.A-E. Hootwr, rt... 4 t 1 0 OJudae. lb ... I 1 10 0 mHt,.ss i t 1 4 Oroatar. ah... I 1110 Hhort.a, ct . till O.Milan, ct.. I0(0 Hobllta.l, lb( 0 11 1 011. Milan, rt. 4 0 10 0 Uawla, lf..-..4 0 OJamlaoa, lt 4 4 A Qarannr. Ib.Vl O 0 I OHhanka, lb... 0 0 0 J.oTrln, .. . : 0 1 OHenrr, e..v4J t 1 taJjr. O..,. j tA OSawyar, "aio 4 14 10 Shot. av..,x.A a I O.muont, a. .. I 0 0 10 v, r 4 - a i. a a . . i i a a mjm. . fi . . t v u u.uui, ..., a v v Kut..'.. 1 0 0 0 0 . , . . . Total..... a 10 M I Totala....M 7 U - - 'Batted for 'hore In the seventh. -Batted for Dumont In the tenth. Boston 0 00021000 0 Washington 0 02010000 09 Two-base hits: .'Hooper (2), Sawyer. Three-base hit.- Jamison. - Ktolen bases: Shanks, Sawyer, Dumont, Henry. Bases on balls: Off Shore. 1; off Dumont, 1. Hits: Off hore, 6 in six innings: off Mays. 4 in four innings. Struck out: By Dumont, S; by Shore, 4; by Mays, 3. Wild Bitches: Shore, Dunmont. Umpires: LUdebrand and O'Loughlin. . White Sox Capture Two from the Browns CHICAGO, Oct. i-Chicago won both ends of a double header from St. Louis today by the sn ores of 8 to 0 and t to 1. In the initial contest Bens allowed the visitors but three scattered hits. In the second game Scott bad an easy time hold ing his opponents safely, .while Chicago lilt the visiting' twlrlers opportunely be hind soma wild pitching. . Score, first game: . ' . ST. ioui". - f CHICAGO. AB HsO.A E. ' AB H.O.A.g. Shotton. If.. 0 1 0:orpbr. rf..4 1 2 0 0 Howard, lb.. 4 ,0 11 0 .1 Weaver, aa . I 1 1 1 Hlalar rt.... 4 l'l 0 0C Collins, lb I 14 I 0 1T.H. 2b.... 4 0 I 4 VFournler, ct. I 1 1 0 Walker, cl.,1-1 I 0 .OJaokaon, It . I 10 k a - i i a oi inhina it. t a l o l LaTau." se....l o 1 f OHiarahrs. lb I 0 o t 0 I Mocab. p.. 1 0 . jeu. ,lv.-- S St.' Loul'a! . 0 Oio 0 0 0 0 00 ' Chicago 0 0 0 S 0 0 i 0 Two-base hits. Jackson. Staler. Three-1 base hit: Fournler. Stolen base: Weaver. Bases -on balls: Off McCabe. 1. m ruck I out:. By Bens. 8; by. McCabe I Wild I Connolly. Score, second game: ST. UOI'IH. AB.H.O.A.K. CHICAGO. t AB.H.O.A.K. Shotton It. . 4 I Howard. l-4b 4 Elaler. rt-lb. 4 1 10 0 OMurphr, rl.,1 MM IWeaver. aa . 4 0 t 0 0 VK.Colllna. ib I I I f 0 ' OKouruler, ct. 4 0 I 0 4 OJackaoa If.. 1110 0J. Collins, lb 4 14 1 OHIackara, Ib 4 1 0 1 0 1 OMrrer, e I 1 T 0 0 t tScott, ' p I 0 S 1 t 1 0 Totals a u n u 0 10 Pratt, lb ... I I Walker, cf. Auatln, lb.. Lee. rf Lavaa. aa... Serereld, a. 1-hlMipa. p. McKay, p.. Asew .... Hoffmaa, p. Totala II T 14 14 I Batted for McKay in th eighth. St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-. Chicago 1 I 0 1 0 0 1 0 Two-base hits: Mayer, Jackson. Stolen bases: K. Collins (3). Fournler. Baees on balls: Off Phillips, S. 'Hits. Olt Phillips. 4 In six innings; off McKay, 1 c-Kay, 1 Inning. In on Inning: off Hoff. 1 In one Hit by. phoned ball: By Phillips, Kour- nier, Jackson. titruck out: By Phil IPS. l; by by Hi Huott, 4; by Hoff. 1. Wild pitches: PMIliKS. beotL Umpires: Chill and con- nolly. . Jayhawkers Defeat William Jewell Team IAWRbNCR. Kan.,' Octi: l Th tTnl veralty of Kansas foot ball team today defeated William Jewell college In th openlDg gam of the season, to 0. With a scoreless first quarter, the half ended with Kansaa In th lead, 11 to 0, B. Gil leople and Wood having bean pushed over for toa hdowns. Struther kicked on goal. ..... In th third quarter William Jewell's lln streh'gthened and kept the 'heavier . Jiyh.Twk'ers from scoring. Fast, a for- mer Baker player, scored the final touch ' down' In ' th Ust quarter. Bcrothef kii ked goal. 1 Urllraw 4rkt a1letrlaL. John McGraw haa another Smith tin der his wing. He Is 4llcher who. Ssils fro ill Columbia university. TO PLAY IN LINCOLN SATURDAY . t- JtMR E, LtWRKtK. LINCOLN, Oct. I. (Special.) Ufa wl'l be either very swept or very soar to Johnny Bender, the former Husker star. Who has thrilled more Nebraska rooters I than any other player, a week from to- J nlsrht. Bender brings his team, the Kansas Ag g'es of Msnhattan, Kan., to Lincoln next Saturday for the annual game between these two Missouri Valley schools. There la nothing quite so sweet to the former Comhusker star as a victory over his ' alma mater. Nebraska will not forget very soon how Bender's Haskell Indians gave the huskers one of the worst trounc , lngs In their history the only year the I little wlsard was at the head of the coaching system of the Indian school. Bark of Mender's desire to humble his a'ma mater la more prose than fiction. Bender wanted to be coach at Nebraska when Jumbo Stlehm was chosen to take charge of affairs. Admitting he was the cleverest foot ball man evr ' put out by th school, a large number of the alumni rebelled st the thought of Bender bnlng placed In charge, and his application re ceived, slight consideration. Johnny Ben der haa not forgotten and his season will virtually begin and end with the game next Saturday. Una Great Backfleld. Coach Jumbo Stlehm knows very little about the Aggies. The Kansas papera hav taken great delight In their usual J reason of. the wind. No score In th pastime" of throwing out "bear dope," but first period. Stlehm knows Bender well enough to I In the second period Virginia cairlod place no confidence In such r nrts. Skin-'the ball to Yale's twenty-yard Hue. where ner is the heaviest man I , Aggies' i art attempt at a drop kick was blocked, backfleld, but what he d t to the No- Yale got th ball. Neither side could g iln braska line last year Is a painful topic, consistently and punting waa resorted to. With Skinner to build up. Wlxard Bender land In th duels Vlrlunla had the advan ehoiild display a' very fancy scoring ma- tage. . Th southerners also ' outptnyed chine for the edification of his alma . Tale. Burkeley mado one twenty-three-mater. Skinner, with other members of i yard run. No scoring, the squad, haa been on th hospital list. I In the third period Vliignia easily held but Is practically over an atack of th Tale's attack, forcing a punting gam, grip and will be In prime condition when ( Berkley made several long runs. Wilson, lined up against the buskers. j the Yale captain, made one thirty-three- Wily John sent a patchwork lineup yard run, but his teammates seemed un agatnst Southwestern university thta able to penetrate Virginia s line. Th afternoon and it la a trnfs guess he gave visitors solved the Blue's passing. Neither orders to uncover nothing for Nebraska goal was threatened this period, friends to tip off to Stlohm. I At the outset of the Inst period. Yale Bender Is coaching his first season at Manhattan and this Is accounted an ad ditional Incentive for the ex-Nebraskan to put up a strong fight. gtlehm Usui Worries. Jumbo Stlohm la having lots of worry with his line. The gaps loft In the lino by th graduation of forwards will com pel the .Nebraska leader to us all of his Ingenuity If ha will present his usual stonewall defense. Following th Agglea game ; cornea Washburn comes and the Ishabods ar never easy. Then Nebraska will meet Notr Dam In the biggest gam of th year. .. ,'t '. ..- , ; - While foot batt ' the. Wain feature bf athletic activity, Atliletlo Manager Guy nurrif E. Reed has opened p a ne which claims nerly equal attention, has ft track squad of 145 msmbera work ing out dally for '.'fall track." By wait ing for' sprlhg training. Reed has found It' impossible to give Nebraska a' worthy track team. He intends to start even t...... -'v '! iqwa 7iTr, la., Oct. Z. in a game six of the squad was a big surprise to , that was alow, owing to a slippery field, Reed-by all odds th biggest ever re-'and marked by long gains by the local porting at Nebraska. I team at unexpected moments, th Unl- Seventy-flve of the men are freshmen ' verslty of Iowa foot bail squad defeated and will not be available for the varalty Cornell college by a score of S3 to 0 here team until 1917, but the others ar all . eligible to compete next spring. . Prontlalna" Yosagiten, Captain Scott Is working out with th trackmen and several other very promts- n1 during the next three periods p rac ing youngBtera ar on hand. Wllley. the ! c-lly the entire string got a chance former York star, who haa a mark of "alnt CbrneU. six feet In the high Jump as a high weakened by the al-ienc school lad. and who holds the Missouri of three ,,r,t """. Injuries put Valley record Is back again, lie Is also ... . . lie is also a sprinter and high hurdler of rare I ablilty. Irwin, a veteran sprinter Is -on I hand,..1 with Maxwell; Rasmussen and ' Bolton Tor the hurdles. Rasmussen cap tured the low hurdles In the Stagg Chi cago meet three years ago. ' .Reed will liven things up with a fall track meet for competition. Brian O'Brien looks to be the beat weight man Nebraska has had for some time. In the distance runs, ' Glllls, Town-! nd, Dribble,' R. W. Scott, Jackson and I Aldrlch are doing, good work. Wallace, j-aviay, .. uowan, Jjecaera, rteea, Kelly, Flint and Rolft ar. working . In th distance runs. f)wn. ,h.w,n . ... Owens la showing good form In the sprints, Fairbury Wins Tight Game from Edgar by Thomas' Good Work Z FAIRBURT, Neb., Oct. 1 (Special Tel egram.) Fairbury took th Initial gam of foot i ball her from - Edgard High a,?hnnl marrlnr, a tn 9 T-a I ,- K 1 1 u hl verything It. own way throughout th'w" wlth the lff",c",J; ?llc" foue ..,.n.r. .h ...il. h.M i also showing up well in the backlleld. Tim and again Fairbury carried th pigskin close to' their opponent's goal and it was then th visitors blocked th bear er of the Scarlet and Oold. W(ll Thomas, Falrbury's right end man, cov ered himself with glory by making a touchdown on a forward pass. Edgar scored two points on a safety. Lineup: EDGAR. FAIRBURT. L.H , Vanler J. Mustek LH Mallory ... R. Mustek Ievor Dally Blinma .... Anderson . Neeblt .... Bronkley . Hull ...... King LT. LT 8elk ua c. no. RT RE. UO. c... R.O RT Hauck f Nllse.l i Moon lOmai RE Th . .D.1 B ..R.H.B. F.B. f . a. TV llSVIIIWii ' H.H liar R.H.B Klllean F.B i. W. Munn Mason f'Jty Defeats Sara-eat. MASON CITT, Neb., Oct. t.-trlpecial Telegrani.) Mason City, High school de feated Sargent " yesterday afternoon, M to 0. Bargent wa. unable to stop ,h. brilliant forward passing and 'end runs of Mason City. C. Walker, Woodson and Nicholas were the stars for Mason City. 1 th latter making two fifty-yard runs for touchdowns. Card, to Baa Aatoato. ' Report from St. luls la that the Car " 'utile will return to rlan Antonio for training next spring, unless some city I - e-mal rllmi!Ui advantages iila ui I airora to ovsriooa. unday OMAHA, YALE TEAM FAILS TO HAREA SCORE Virginians Defeat ' Eli Eleven by ' Score of Ten to Nothing at New Haven. DESPERATE EFFORTS ARE VAIN NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Oct.- 1-Univer- ; slty of Virginia defeated Yale foot ball team her this afternoon 10 to 0, In the first period Ya'e rushed the ball from the klckoff down to Virginia's twenty-five-yard line, where Guernsey failed on a try for a field goal. Doth teams resorting to punting. Vlngnht Hav ing th advantage on the exchange by .fumbled a pass near its own goal Una and J. Coleman fell on the ball for a touchdown for Virginia. Mayer kicked the goal. A few minutes later Thur-nan kicked a beautiful goal from the forty yard Hue. Yale made deaperat attempts to gain, but to no avail. Final score: Tale, 0: Virginia, 10. Th lineup: TALI. Hosier tnialOoa Roberts Wot J. sheliton Baldrldg Allen , I .ia ir.r VIROINIA. Planataa BUMwall far TaJwrt Tburman Ward White Corrl an UT.'B.T.... UU. It.U.... , MO ... R O.lUO ... H.T.IT.... I I LB ... Q B y B .. iI.HBIRH.il. ..H H B il, H B. .... r b.if.h.... Trtompeoa . Wlleos .... ftmlttl Uttarnaay - .- Qooelt . .. Berkeley Tlppetl Iowa Rolls Up Big ' : Score Against Its uornell Opponents this afternoon. Gross, Donell, Delghton and Kerwlck were th Hawkeyes who mad Iowa's score. Coach Hawley'a first string men played the first quarter, out tnree more ot tueir team auring tne . ........... second quarter, t omen neia tne iiaws eyes ' scoreless In the lest period. Doane Team Making . Rapid Progress CRETE, Neb., Oct. t (Special.) With th first gam of the season less than a week. off. th varsity and scrubs have ben working overtime evesy night to be- com perfected In the new formations. As yet the varsity squad has been rather Indefinite as to constitution, but by th first of th week each man who will take th trip to Tork will be picked out. . George Edmonds of Salem. 8. 1., ar rived Friday, and from his looks he should be an Immense stronghold for th line. II weighs only about 170, but is husky and In good condition. ' In spite of his showirlg up late, Captain Johnston Is showing up as a tower of trength to th center of the line, and If he Is not Incapacitated by some Injury Ik. I V. . . 1 .1 malr. . place for himself on the all-state team. Koeater Is showing up faster than ever In the backfleld, a Is Klein and Kindlg. ' Haylett is laid up with a bad knee, and In th Una ar Bayer, Coll'.u. DeWltt. DesEHms. Krebs, Kinney and King. White ho use and Tylef ar trying for quarter. AMES RUNS AWAY i . . : . FROM S'MPSON TEAM ' AMES, la.. Oct. J. (Special Telegram.) Ames went four touchdowns over Imp son on a wet gridiron here today, fln- tuning 17 to p. . Ames" fullback, Uhl. waa -...ii.j ..... n,inl,,ua a mnrt mm he score!. Iciu'r, Keeve, KinnicK ana Vf .hAWiw. un Haass C-r A niA i MORNINGSIDE DEFEATS YANKTON COLLEGE TEAM I fight for the same record this season. 8IOCX CITT, la.. Oct. I.-Th Morn- x prartc mo at Dunlap Bunday has Ingslde' elMven overwhelmed the Yankton ! b,, arheduled. ' -eollese sauad of Bou'h Dakota by a sore I mi.. . m , . ... of M to four .0lnU ter than the ' score made last year against the same school at Tankton. The Maroon team did not open real play until th second half, devoting th first part to dt-fensh work. CaW-r 9 Marry. ' Ted Cather, fonni-r member of the Bos ton Braves, who f rilihed tn eiin In the International lt-sicue. was married In j! h'lciljii i . laat week to Silas lea Doogo of that city. SUNDAY MOUN'INC, OCTOBER 3, 1911). To Be Given Diamond Belt This Week ost JOE STECHER AND . - -- . AMHBTf.JIQ sTAPHr Nebraska Phenom to Wreitle li'iP 1 1 more Wonder at Lincoln And i torinm on October 28. J - CUELEY PROMOTING EvK Joe Btecher. claimant to the heavyweight wrestling championship Oua B hoenleln, more ramillarty kifat j as Anierluus, have been matched . lo ! wrestle at the Auditorium In Lincoln th night of October ft). Jack Curley, who promoted the Jack Johnson-Jess Wlllaid fight, la th leading light In th promo tion of this match. Hlnca Frank Ootch retired from th wrestling world until -Jo Btocher mado his appearance Amerlcus waa probably th greatest of th American wrestlers. And even yet he still regards himself In that light, disputing Btecher s bid for su pi emacy, I Americas la .Fstat,- The match between Aineriou and Btecher aa a reault should attract wide attention In th wrestling world.- Amer lcus la th style of wrestler who would . . otecner tne naraesi. Kina ; of a battle. He U fast, dependa largely, upon his speed, and h outwelgha Btecher .... v..m. uo no pi iM nam- more man's shoulders to th mat In as quick order as h did Charley Cutler, I there will be nobody who can dispute the I assertion that the wrestling championship iof th world belongs In Nebraska. Omaha promoters put In strong bids for the match, but Hetmanek, Joe Btechers manager, said that Lincoln had been s V r i 1 i clamoring to see Jo In a big match fornt th belt, after which there will b ...v..!... ...u iii.l as om.ii. n.o. in. last , o.s ....ten, me capital city snouia get the one with Amerlcus. Jack Curley will come to Lincoln In a week or two and make all arrangements for the match. Ameiious will prooauly train the last week before th match In an Omaha gymnasium. MISSOURI VALLEY HAS FAST TEAM AGAIN THIS' YEAR Missouri' Va'ley's fast foot ball team has orsanlzed, with the fo'lowlna men trvlnflr for Tioaltlnfia:' Tlntv l,,n,.a ' w i "" ( - 01. CfstWI Ebaush. Brundave, Francis, ford, Robblns, Da Due, Fena'.u, Porrell, Cook, Peterson. Owens. Biweu. Mclionald. Missouri Valisy won every game played jlast year and expects to put up a harder wi'houtf-town teams Addr.M miir"! Fred J. McDonald. Missouri Valley, la. THREE COLLEGES RETURN TO FOOT BVLL THIS YEAR Colleges which atll return to th Ameri can Style of foot ball th fall ar Co lumbia. I'niverslty of Southern California Sud L ulvtia.ly uf California. .Bee -- - "V lm ill" a, Grover Alexander- v is Good Loser, Says v Manager Pat Moran "Ther never wa a pitcher who was a better loser than Alexander," la the bou quet that Pat Moran heave at th pitch ing star of th Phillies. "The majority ef pitchers erab and pv when they lose, and If It happens to be the fault of their teammates they howt Ilk a wounded sea lion. "Hut. Alexander la different. To lose hurts him but no on knows It After a defeat he's Just as good natured aa after a victory. If th boys boot away a gam behind Mm, Alex never says a word. If tt buys com up and start to tell him how Sorry they are. h Just laughs and tells thm to forget It; that suoh things ar all part of th gam. ."Alexander 1 th most popular man on th team, not merely because h I a great pltoher. but because ha has a won derful character baoaus he's man clear through." . v ' ,', , TERRY TURNER IS STAR, , BUT HE GETS NO CREDIT To try Turner, who la playing tils four teenth season with the Cleveland Ameri- enn tunm, Is ono of th great players the game to whom not much attention la paid because he Is with a losing aggrega tion. In better company, Turtir would b a ahlntng star.- II puts up an equally good grim at second, short or third. Ifa In playing th latter poaltlon how, and playing It brilliantly. . ' WELCOME AK Everyone is Looking For ward to a' Good Time Wi that rounlng counllua ar going to do honor to Jo Btocher of the 'town ot Dodge. This 'town Is th home of Jo Btecher, champion wrestler of the world. "Btecher Belt Day" la th day set aside for th presentation of a diamond belt to Jo Btecher. Th belt, t with dia monds, has been secured at a cost of close to 11,310. It will be presented by Governor Morehead, who has aocepted an Invitation to be present and do th honors of th ocraslnit. v The presentation of the belt Is not th only thing that la going-to make th breasts of the resldunts of Dodge swell with pride. October I, In the town of 'vij.t, w -me) w ue a luuiim.jt, tutu m festivities ar to start at 10 SO o'doek In the morning when, through the streets In automobiles, the peopl of Dodge, Cum- mg ana coirax ctiuntles will Join In a r' rade. Following this there will be nit as sembling In a huge circus tent that has been secured for the occasion. ftovernor to Pre-seat Belt. The crowd one assembled In I he tent will be entertained by mus e furnished by band and by th Dodge county Glee ,K T-U .. . 1 ..,, 'dub. j '"", i, ii Mutvuiur ai ,rrii:au III pre- speeches by Colonel Janus K'll tt and Judge Hunker of West Point; E. R. Cur, ney and Judge Cook of Fremont; Frank Vogltalre of Schuyler, and Rev. Mr. Dyr ble of Dodge. After th speaking Is over there w II he a proeram of amusements. The Teddy Bears will wrestle, and there will be more music, this entertainment consum ing mnsl 6f the time of thot afternoon. The donor fu th belt are: Omshs United States National bank, the First National tiank, (im-tha Na tional bank,' paxton hotel, I'abnt Brew. In company, Commonwealth Life In suriTcn company, Dan Ualries, Joseph K, Flnkule. Routh Omaha Oraln Unit Supply company, Martin Bros., Mutual Live Stock Cominlnslon company, Me'ady Bros., 8t,ock Yards Nstiunal bank. L.ve Ktoc-k . NnMonal bank. Packers Nstlonal ba-ik, Bowies Dlvo fctock Cnmmlarlon company. Clay. Robinson A Co., Inter stste t'omm ss on company, Oust Red (.,rl, Moor, , Tunherg A Beets. Onkdale Art lrebert. Dr. Nelson, WH Iam I'openhasen. V-at Po'nt Harry Howarth, th Karel Komot h. Bt-rlbner First National bank, Scrlbner Stat bank. Dui:e-V. J. Tunt-k, A. Bchloaner, Chariee Hrabak. A J Miller. A. J. lias eon, John llorak, Frank C llornk. John Vrxsl, J. F. Xetnianek, AuKust Hetinanek, J. K. Resnicek. F. Stelner William Ilrab.k, James Hook, Fred CI rlatensen. Dr.- W. A. (iuldlnger, WDllain Purr, frb Brothers. Th-mias VoKitaiic, Frank Vniik. . Croawll Dumber cot-mhuiv h ZaJoudek. William Hrvrt.y, Rev. Drbal, Mm. J F. BlueiKim, Vailav Jitrau.k, 11 11. ilolston, J. It. MUlur, llennau llol alen J. J. KoUUa, NEW YORK, Oct. 2. Tti Na- a t'onal Dasa Ball commission at Its meeting today decided that the first tame of the world's nories shall b r'ayed In Philadelphia on Friday, October 8. The second game Is set for the next dy, October 9, In tho same city. The third nd fourth games will be played la Boston on October 11 and 12, respectively, th fifth in Philadelphia on October IS and the sixth In Boston on Oc tober 14. Allen Russell Has harmarks of a Ball Player, Says Bill NITW TORK, Oct. l-"II looks the part of a ball player." How many times hav you heard that expreaslonT It la a common one among scouts. When they say a player looks the part they mean that ha seems to hav everything that Is necessary to mak. rood. Allen Russell "looks th part." H was purchased from th Richmond club of the International leagu by th Yankees, Is 23 year of age, weigh 166 pounds, la flv feet eleven Inches In height, bat right-handed and throws left-hsnded. II was with Resiling In 1913, Baltimore and Wilmington In IBIS, and Baltimore In 1W1 His) season's record with Rtohmonit waa: Games played, 4fi; won, 19; lost, 14; percentage, .671 Rustsell ha an ay movement, and ap pears to a abl to put plenty or stuff on th ball. It Is said that at times he im incunaa lu De wun . due - Mill ijnfin. van Is sum that ho wilt make good, "I t!k hU looks," se'd "BUI." "I will b disappointed If ho doesn't make good. II haa a fin curv ball and good speed. I regard him as a find.' TOW JONES IS TALKING ABOUT MONEY ONCE MORE Tom Jones has posted 110,000 that Ad. Wolgast can defeat FYddi Wlsh. II also says that he will guarantee v. el ah another 110,000, win or lose, Jones be lieve that Wolgast is ready to stag th greatest comeback of all tlm. of -SAR-BEN BOWLERS 1 ot iinsion a t m rri aas aa si si sia j J waa amicably adjusted. President Baker of the Phillies club agreed, to glv th "Royal Rooters" 100 seats from th Philadelphia allotment President Lan nlng gav up th same number from tha Boston allotment, whll th National commission agreed to contribute IM seats from Its shar of th ticket. Tho "Royal Rooters" will haiv seats In tho grandstand and not In th bleachers. Th National commission then took up th question of th proposed Pacific coast trip of th two contending world's series teams, but nothing definite was decided upon. ...... , Th commission and th owners of th Philadelphia and Boston clubs were fav orably impressed with th idea, how.v.r, and th club owners will tak th matter up with their managers, and playars. A Committee from th Panama-Paclflo ex- 1 LOaition la eirn.ot.it In r-nmm mm mt mrA Clcuss th proposed trip with th mag nates during th world's series. It was thought that probably twenty five or more of the players participating In th worlds aeries will nutks th trip to th coast and take part In a sooond terles for the benefit of far western has ball fans. Th National commission will tak charge of all arrangements and bandl It in much th manner as th world's scries. The gat receipts will go toward defraying the expense Incurred during th series. Th next meeting of th Na tional commit sion will be held In Phllay dtlphla October I, during the forenoon of th day set for th first gam. "VtH-4-lirila, ,-1u Kl.ted. PlIIUADBLPlIIA. Oct. t-PhiladelphU base bill fnns were elated when th news was flashed her that th first two gnmes of tbe world'a series bat woe a th Phillies and th Red Sox would b played In this city. There waa also satlafactioa expressed that th first gam Is scheduled for October t. as th town was eager, desplts the fact that It has had flv such series In the last six seasons, to hsve th games start at an early data. , Th downtown office of th Philadel phia club was bombarded all morning vlth Inquiries about th starting of th games. Now that th date and plac have been fixed, the work of Installing mor than a half hundred telegraph Wire will b speeded up. Th contrac tor who la erecting th extra bleacher seats and boxes has his work well under way. The greatest problem facing th club la how to take car of requests for mor than 6e.Ua) seats In a park th capacity of which will be about 11.000. go far aa possible. Philadelphia fan. will b takau car ot first.