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THE BEE: OMATTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1DO0.
SKERS KEEP IP WORK
C -th Cole Puts Men Throujh Stunti
LESSON FROM GOPHER DEFEAT
Pallnre to ( hni rinr Olive Mlrb
latnn Chnr for V Ictorr Itender
Imllnrly 1'nsted on
LINCOLN. Nnv. 23 (Pp r nl.l Contrary
to hl nrlglnnl plan, "Klnir" C.ilr- this aft
rrn'ion -nt the Corn hunker through an
liimr of srrlmningo piny. In which nil the
varsity rociilnrs who plnytd at Denver
tonic part, Practice v s held on the grld
lion nt the state farm, which was In a
Floppy condition. he mfltlng snow of last
hlKht milking tln turf slippery ami keep.
1 n pr the players from doing any fact run
ning. Colo's nv plays that are to he used for
tli first timr this yiar ncalnst the llas
kfll Indiana on Thursday, permitted the
varsity to rip lip the defen-" of the sec
ond (levin for many lonr advances. The
m w play which the varsity learned last
we' k and which was not used at Denver,
was called for twice today, and on each
occasion the man carrying the hall suc
ceeded In Return; away for fifteen, yards.
This play has lievn usod against the scrubs
many times during the last two weeks,
and still Is Just as rffective In gaining
ground as It was when first tried.
Minnesota' fate at the hands of Michi
gan, due to th failure of Coach Williams
to change his offense for the Wolverines,
has taught "King" Cole a lesson and he in
changing his offensive plays for the final
frame of the fall.
The Oophi rs made no change In their of
ffiise, usitiR the same plays and tricks that
had defeated Chicago and Wisconsin. Mich
igan had every one of these plays down
pat and had a defense to break them
up. When the game was played the Goph
ers tried tli'lr old plays and were bewil
dered when these were nvt bv a perfect
d Tense that Yost bad devised.
Ilender'a Kje Open.
Johnny Render has watched the Corn
huskirs In all their best games and he
knows Just what offensive plays have
been used. He hus been busy building up
a deffnse to block them, Just as Yost did
with Minnesota's plays. "King" Cole knows
this and he has changed his entire offense,
so that Bender will not learn what plays
are to be used until the game Is played.
New formations and tricks will be shown
for the flrtt time this season when they
nre opened up Thursday.
"I'ard" Wolcott hes returned to the game
and possibly will be In tho lineup against
the Kaskells. He Is feeling as though he
could pla uh entile gam"', but Cult 1m
likely to let Elliott start the contest at
right half, and then later In the battle
switch him to the sidelines to permit Wol
cott to get Into the last game of the fall.
"King" Cole after practice this evening
said he looked for a close contest between
his eleven and tho Indians. He declared
his men ought to win by a narrow margin,
and that nothing but a little hard luck
could keep them from licking the redmen.
It Is thought Nebraska, being a heavier
e'even than Haskell, will be favored by a
wet and heavy field. At present It looks
Waltham Watches are as
perfect in material and con
struction as anything can be
yet a perfect watch may
leave the factory and be
damaged in transportation.
A jeweler will recognize and
repair any such damage be
fore he sells the watch. The
moral is Never buy a watch
from anyone but a regular
B.When bnyivga Waltham
Watch always ask yonr jeweler
tor one adjusted to temperature
as If Nebraska field will be muddy. The
two snowfalls this week covered It with a
good cost, and Manager Kager has been
busy wlih a fore ef men getting the field
cleaned off. The ground Is not frozen, but
It Is feared that a cold si"ll wil' come
either tonight or tomorrow and freeie the
gridiron. After the snow was cleaned away
today a heavy covering of straw was
placed on the gridiron, and this Is expected
to keep the ground from getting too hard.
Just at present, however. It looks as If
the field Is bound to be heavy and the go
ing hard. The Cornhuskers outwelght the
Indians, and this condition of the field Is
likely to allow their heavy line to shove
the lighter opponents down the fled for
many good gains.
Indians I'se End Runs.
The Indians depend a great deal upon
end runs and forward passes. These plays
cannot bo relied upon for good gains on a
wet field, and Pender's braves are likely
to be severely handicapped If the field at
Nebraska remains muddy. Mender, how
ever, hos prepared for such a condition of
the gridiron and has devised several plays
In which his line will be the chief factor
In gaining ground. The Hacker, forwards
smashed through the Iienver line two
weeks ago, and osslbly can do the same
thing to Nebraska.
The Haskell Indians will reach Lincoln
tomorrow afternoon In charge of Johnny'
tender, who has sent word that all his
players are In fine shape for the game.
Ills star kicker, Island, who won the Den
ver game by sending the ball over the
crossbars for three points from the field,
has been doing some excellent booting for
the last two weeks, and Render says the
fellow will surprise the Cornhuskers. He
thinks Island can kick field goals from the
thirty-five and forty-yard lines, and he has
given his players Instructions to try for
field goals when within that distance of the
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tions with eastern flyers.
0. S. PENTECOST, D. P. A.,
14th and Farnara Sts.,
IIKVDKU IIOI'KS INDIANA WI1
Former Nehraaknn Han Eye on Coach
ship at Alma Mater.
LAWRENCE. Kan.. Nov. 23. (Special.)
"What do I think of the chances of my
team agnlnst Nebraska? Well, we will give
them the game of their lives, and I really
expect my red men to take the contest,"
said Coach Tender, ex-Nebraska star, to
day. "Of course, comparative scores do
not count for much, but from the line that
we have on the teams I can not see where
the Cornhuskers have my men beat. Can
you? Hoth teams put up about the same
kind of game against Denver, and both
teams appear to be very nearly equal. We
have a few trick plays, however, that I ex
pect the wily Indians to get away with for
Coach Hender haa a great deal at stake
In the game Thursday aside from the mere
victory. He Is anxious enough to beat his
old school, but he has more than that to
gain. Johnny Bender hopes to be head
coach at Nebraska next year. He refuses
to make a statement to that effect, hut It
la generally understood that he will not
think he has finished at the gridiron game
until, as a graduate coach, he gives his
alma mnter a winning team. If Hender at
tains his ambition In the near future he
knows he ni.mt het Ntrak Thanksgiv
ing. The Cornhukcrs are none too well
satisfied with the record of their team
In the Inst couple of years. If Bender, with
a lighter and a less experienced team, is
able to defeat them, why not Bender for
coach? That Is the line of argument that
Hender Is following and that Is the same
ine that the Nebraskans are likely to fol
low. Bender will put a fine team against the
Cornhuskers. The Indians are In good con
dition. Since the Denver game they have
been taking good care of themselves, and
every man who enters the contest will be
In prime shape to humble Bender's alma
mater. The Indians are light, though they
are not feather-weights. Nebraska will
outweigh them about ten pounds to the
man. But what the reds lack ln weight
they make up In speed, and they will turn
loose a choice assortment of open plays
on N( braska. When the Indians try some
or their forty-seven formations for the for
ward pass all hands will probably take
notice. Lawrence fans who have seen the
secret practice of the Jayhawkers and of
the Indians, say that the Haskell players
have the best and the most unfathomable
Ci.ny8. 1' V16 ,wo- That U th wy "H-
kell Intends to win the contest with Ne
braska, and that la the way that they will
at least give the Cornhuskers a run for
their money. And. Incidentally, that Is the
way Johnny Bender, the one-time pride in
the Nebraska camp, may get to be head
coach at the school for which he won "o
STATE HIcJTi SCHOOL HONORS
York and Lincoln to Settle Champion
niT'iVJj .Nel:- NuOV' 23 Speclal.)-What
p. onuses to be the greatest high school
,?h,i !? ', a?"' thls ",a8on 18 tne fame
S(hduled between Yor kand Lincoln on
ork Kround, Thanksgiving day. Lincoln
has one of the greatest and best high
school foot ball teams In the history of
that school University students claim that
f Mains of the Lincoln High had been on
the university team In the game between
Kansas and Nebraska Nebraska would
have won. York has one of the best high
school teams In the state. With but one
exception Its goal has not been crowned bv
any of the crack high school teams this
The enthusiasm at Lincoln Is so high
that from 3i0 to COO rooters wil' be at York
'1 Th'V'IKlvIng day to root for Lincoln.
I he Indications here are that every citizen
has become a foot ball enthusiast, and as
this gumc will decide the championship of
the state It Is expected York will have the
largest attendance In Its history. Since
York has a population of s.ono. compared
with a city like Lincoln of (IV00O and an In-
t-iraet'u number or students proportionately
from which to select foot htV material
' from, York Is regarded as doing well to
I be in the high school championship class.
I York each year has to secure Its foot ball
I material from high . school students who
; have never participated In a game and
that Coach row n, a former York student
i at-d star plyer of the Bellvue tern, can
, lake new material and In the short time
j bring them to a class with champions of
the stste. Is something In which York root
, ers take much pride. he Ineup of both
teams will be the same as In the game at
1 Lincoln. York Is not confident of victory,
but hopes to win.
Mitchell Game Called Off.
MITCHKLL. S. D., Nov. 23. (Special.)
Tho foot ball season has ended, and It was
closed when the local college eleven today
call.d off the game with Yankton college,
which was set for Thanksgiving day. The
. Ullroti Is a mass of snow and lee and the
vrounrt Is cut In bad shape, making the ef
fort to play In that condition decidedly
dangerous. This Is the second game in the
last week that has been called off.' the
Rapid City game of a week ago being post
poned when the first fall or snow came.
Six Inches more of snow fell Sunday night,
and up to that time It was thought ihe
g.une Thanksgiving day could be played.
The university closes the season with but
one game lost, and that with Vermilion, by
a scure of 6 to 0. It is the best record that
the team has made In several years. But
one game has been played on the home
Buckles to Flaht Clnbhy.
1 NKW ORLKANS. Nov. 21 (Special Telo
i gram.) Clubby, a Milwaukee fighter, has
arranged a match to fight Buckles, tho
t )maha lightweight.
lufonebile, Gas and Traciicn
'sMsesnav Auj on of the rourae may
laZinEEr lHJ; J eiiiMia la Uiroc moaiiit.
lh. bilmi ctmiMfli tutl iir hi' J -
l course. effVrvd hy ur vtithi to ih country, full
u;iity of uuiuuiU Mid rnglnra tor pra-lli- iu
ftvui lAiltftil Pol only ut butl suluimitille aatl
enc'se. but to iuk all 1. fctaJ tor rtlou
f'VLujf fuu.pl0i Inlniniallou. You can uirr tny
ni. our uHr u . cl v weak, or ibree uiu&Uu
f .m tti4-,y hi viiut. Adtlrr
ll(kla4 k-arlt lleg, Um anlut, la.
Out- prices rf
920, $35, 930 and
936 ar bo alfhar
ttaa asked (or
r a d 7 mad
cloth and ar
95 to 919 Wss
tliaa nr other
food tailor weald soak yon (or
IdontlaaUy th aama thiaf. Com.
la and lot ma snow you tn sow
(all aad winter fabrlea. Ton will
mot b arfad to bay.
Suits or Overcoat
$20, $25, $30 and $35
HERZOG TAILORING CO
219 Nal6TJ? St. L0X4L HOTEL BLDC.
TIGERS REST BEFORE GAME
Missourians Go to Excelsior Spring
to Prepare for Game.
KANSAS SURE OF VICTORY
Jay han k Supporter Feel Certain of
Taking ( hamplnnshtp of Missouri
Valley at Kanana City Thanks
COLfMniA. Mo., Nov. 23 (Special.)
Twenty-two Tigers left Columbia yester
day ln charge of Coaches Itoper and nine
assistants, with lr. Wright, trainer, for
Excelsior Springs, where they will remain
In quiet seclusion until Thursday noon put
ting on tho finishing touches for the big
annual game with Kansas university at
Kansas City Thanksgiving day. This trip
Is a departure from previous custom, and
Is more In keeping with Roper's eastern
Ideas, where teams are Invariably given a
rest and kept from noise and turmoil until
time for the game to start. A final scrim
mage was held yesterday, notwithstand
ing the bad weather, as Roper Is yet far
from satisfied with the work of several
men, and wanted another look at them In
action. No scrimmage will be Indulged ln
at Excelsior Springs, although long walks
and daily signal practice will serve to
keep the men from becoming lazy.
At the request of Coach Roper no dem
onstration was given to the team as It left.
In fact all year the rooters have hankered
ln vain for a chance to have a sliirt-tall
parade or something of the sort. but
Roper's request that no enthusiasm be
show n until really worth the while has
been acceded to.
How Teams Will Line I p.
The probable lineup of the teams:
MISSOl'RI. I KANSAS.
Shurk, Its 1. K ! n E ttmwnle. 1(2
lliwk. li't L.T. R .X Kndll, JW
Tlutrher L.O lK.0 Lovtt, 178
KH'.m. 16a C. I c Carlson, ISO
W. Roonrla, M6 RGLU Smith, 110
(lilrhrnt, ItiJ K.T.,.T Caldwell, 1S
llai kney, 14 KE I L E Amnion., 1M
Saundera, Ht U 'lll Juhnton, 162
CurtlM, 164 Ull H H Bond, lnO
Alaiander, 1S1 F B.F. II Dahlene, 1B0
Dratherag, 137 H H L. H Pleasant, im
Score of Other Years.
The first game played between Missouri
and Kansas universities was ln 1891. Since
then a game has been played every year.
Missouri has not won a game since 1H01.
In 1UO0 and 1906 the two teams tied. The
Mo. Kan. Mo. Kan.
1891 8 tl 1901 18 12
l.ss2 4 12 1H2 5 17
lh',13 12 4 103 0 5
1Si4 12 1 1H04 0 19
1k:o 10 6 1H06 0 24
1VS 20 30 lHOt) 0 0
IXf.il 0 16 117 0 4
18 0 12 1908 4 10
IKH 6 'M
1900 6 6 Totals 85 2G3
Thin Yenr' Score.
Scores of the 1909 Kansas team
Kansas I'nlv 21 St. Mary's 0
Kansas I'niv 11 Oklahoma 0
Kansas I'nlv 6 K. S. A. C 8
Kansas Unlv 23 Washington Univ.. 0
Kansas I'niv 1. Wasnbuin 0
Kansas I'nlv C Nebraska 0
Kansas L'nlv 20 Iowa 7
Total 10ii Total 10
Scores of the 1909 Missouri team
Missouri L'niv 12 Monmouth 6
Missouri Unlv 3 K. S. A. C 0
Mifsourl Unlv 13 Holla 0
Missouri Unlv tl Ames 6
Mls.-ouri Unlv 13 Iowa 12
Missouri l'nlv 3 Washington 0
Missouri Unlv 22 Drake 6
Total 74 Total
KK.WKDY EXI'ECTS A VICTORY
Kanaaa Coach Haa High Hope of
LAWRENCE. Kan., Nov. 23. (Special.)
It looks like Kansas for the championship
of the Missouri Valley conference for the
second time In two years. By putting
away the Hawkeyes by a decisive score
the Bugs can not see anything but a clear
field for the Kar.sans and a repetition of
their ever victorious stunt of last year.
MUsuurt is the last stumbling block In the
way of Kansas, and the winner of that
contest will have undisputed right to the
premier honors In the valley. Neither team
has suffered defeat this season, though
Missouri played a tie game with Iowa.
Coach Kennedy expects his team to win
tho Turkey day game, Just as he has ex,
pected It to take the other contests. The
coj.ch has put out a good line of dope ths
ytar and the students are willing to take
his woid for anything.
When the two claimants for the cham
pionship line up Thanksgiving day ln Kan
sas City the Kansas team will be the
heavier by about ten pounds to the man,
and the Kansas backs are sure to out
class the Tigers. Kansas has been round
ing Into great condition ln the last two
weeks and the team Is fully 25 per cent
better than ln the Nebruska game. It
will be at Its very best for Missouri.
Comparative scores give everything to
Kansas. The scores from which one can
get a line on the abilities of the two ma
Kansas, 5; Kansas Aggies, 3.
Missouri. 3; Kansas Aggies, 0.
M ssourl, 5, Washington, 0.
Kansas, 23; Washington, 0.
Missouri, 13: Iowa. 12.
Kansas, 20; Iowa. 7. .
For the last eighteen years Kansas and
Missouri have waged foot ball battle on
Thanksgiving day. Of all the.e contests
Kansas has won thirteen, Missouri has
In that game Kansas scoredg?f ?gfa?gf
In that time Kansas senrfd 263 points
while the Tigers were busy accumulating
85. The Missourians have been making
tremendous efforts to change the regular
Thanksgiving program. This vear Wil
liam Roper, the old Princeton coach, was
hired at a salary of $2 500 to get up a
team that could beat Kansas. Ropir la
the last hope of the Tigers. He may make
good and turn the trick, but from the
Kansas standpoint he Is up against the
TEST CAI.IKOIIMA HACINQ I. AW
Bookmaker and Clerk Arrested on
Opening; Day at Emeryville.
OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 23 The first
an ems in connection w lih the enforcement
of the Otis-Walker anti-betting law wer
made at the Kir.oryville race track Monday
when K. T. Martin, a bookmaker, and
Charles Brown, a clerk, were tuk-en Into
custody after they had accepted a J wager
from a representative of the district ar.ur
nev s office.
Town Recorder Coburn of Emeryville ac
cepted boudJ provided by the new Cali
fornia Jockey club and the men were re
UaMtd. A preliminary bcuring will be held
tomorrow. The case will be made a test
Rainy westher prevailed at Emeryville
today and the track was aloppy. rollie L...
experiencing better racing luck than on
Saturday, won the feature event In a drive.
First race, five furlongs, purse; Illex
(112, Mentry, 7 to 6) won, Prince Winter
(112, lienny, 7 to 2) second. Lr. lougheriy
(112. Callaghan, 4 to 1) third. Time: l:ols.
lleiiiana. Mra. Iot, Clara Sal, Sully and
Tibs also ran.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
Selling: Bemay (107. Denny, to 1) won.
Curriculum (103, Walsh, C to 1) second. Bel
nade (loo. Thomas. 2 to 1) third. Time:
l:wi. Burnell, Rose Cherry, Red Wood II,
I'aul Clifford, Colonel Brady and St. Albans
Third race, five and a half furlongs:
Fernando (lix. Coburn. 7 to 1) won. Boas
(95, Radtke. 4 to 1) second, Uosslper II (107,
C. Vandusen, & to 1) third. Time: 1 :0JV
Netting. Heather Scot, tlalvanlc and Dare
inton also ran.
Fourth race, mile and seventy yards,
purse: Foliie L. (107. Walsh, S to 6 won,
John Lovla (107, Vandusen, 5 to 1) second.
Fantastic (107, Archibald, 13 to 10) third.
Time: l:4ti. Raleigh also ran.
Fifth lace, mile and an eighth, selling:
Charlie Paine (107, Vandusen, 10 to 1 won,
Yaloakl (107, Walsh, 1 to 3) second. Legatee
(107, Cotton, 12 to 1) third. Time: 1.6w.
Sea I.ad aad Lasalle also ran.
Sixth race, mile, selling: Rubrlck (112.
Archibald, to 2) won. General Haley (li,
Walsh. I, to 1) second. Cigar Lighter (112,
Cotton, 11 to 10) third. Time: 1.42V Fl
vlgny and Trust also ran.
Waterloo Given Franchise,
CHICAOO, Nov. tl-Alfred R. Tearner
of Chicago was elected president of the
"Three Eye" base ball leaue at a meet
ing of the leagues representative her to
night. Waterloo, la., was voted a franchise
to ik th plac of Cedar Rapids.
High School Elevem Will Hare
Battle Royal on Gridiron After
noon of Tomorrow.
The Omaha High school eleven la prac
ticing hard for the game with Topeka,
Thanksgiving day. Yesterday afternoon
the squad went through signal practice on
the gymnasium floor of the Young Men's
The high school student body will hold a
mass meeting today to arouse enthusiasm
for the game and to practice various school
yells. Reports from Topeka say that th
two ends and the halfbacks of that eleven
are the fastest to be found in Kansas, but
Omaha Is confident that Howard and
Payne will run away with the Topeka ends
as they have done with every other team
Omaha's back field Is probably the lightest
one to be found on a state high school
team. The average weight Is only 13S
pounds, but the combination of Underhlll,
Mills, Howes and Klopp is fast and strong.
Thompson, left guard has outpunted all
of Omaha's opponents both this year and
last and his long forward passes to Howard
have saved his team at many critical
times. Mawhlnney, captain and center la
playing his fourth year, having made the
team in his freshman year. He Is by far
the best center 1n the state and his tack
ling and blocking of plays on defenslvo
make him Invaluable.
The following Is the lineup Omaha will
Rlrght end, Howard, Hatch; right tackle,
Andrus, Rayley; right guard, Burdlck; cen
ter, Mcwhlnney (capt.); le'ft guard, Thomp
son; left tackle, Rector; left end, Payne;
quarter, Klopp; left half. Howes; fullback,
Underhlll; right half. Mills; substltuter.
Charlton, Bowman, Ratchman, Sunderland.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Loch's Willow Springs took two
games from the Chabot Shoe Company last
night on the Metropolitan alleys. Kalnes
took high total for the Shoe company with
Ml and Urotte had high single game of 225
for the same team, while Seaman took hlg'i
honors for the Springs teams with 594 total
and 202 for single game. Tonight the St.
James and Klanck'a Qlendalea will bowl.
CHABOT SHOE COMPANY.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Sutton 161 im is.7 619
firotte 18 w 225 T39
Ca'n 162 137 224 521
Kalnes isi 181 199 t.61
Foley 169 190 175 634
Totals S21 8.15 1,020 2,676
LOCH'S WILLOW SPRINGS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
KeVt 1S2 178 183 543
Seaman 202 193 199 D9I
Martin lt;4 199 171 634
Oernandt -.. 142 1(W 1S.9 493
Drinkwater 173 200 179 657
Totals 868 933 920 J.721
The Sea Dogs came from the mighty deep
last night and took two game from the
Day Mailing team on the basement alleys.
Captain Meyers says If he could bowl like
Lee Utt his team would have taken three
games instead of one. Utt took all the
flowers for his team with 612 for total and
190 for single game, while Crabb' of the
Sea Dogs team had high single of 198 and
496 for grand total. The score:
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Crabb 198 154 114 496
Kelley 165 131 171 417
Lough .. 139 142 143 424
TotalB , 602 427 458 1,387
,1st. 2d. Jd. Total.
Rhort 132 1ST 146 436
Meyers 153 147 87 387
Utt ... 176 190 146 611
Totals 461 494 879 1,134
The Maney'B Sunklst Stars won three
games from the Derby Woolen Mills last
night on the basement alley. There was a
thread missing In the Derbys and hence
their defeat. Bowers took all honors for
the Woolen Mills with a single game of 242
and 574 for total, and Griffith had high
games for his team, 203 single game, and
667 for high total. The score:
MANEY'S SUNKIST STARS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Griffith 203 1KB 19fi 5C7
IJilrd ..150 153 189 492
Moran 151 181 154 4f6
Totals 504 503 658 1,555
DERBY WOOLEN MILLS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Lahecka 147 155 136 437
McCune 176 167 162 504
Bowers 170 162 241 674
Totals 9S 484 639 1,515
Last night on Francisco's alleys the single
men of the Standard Oil company proved
too much for the married men. The two
Dig league bowlers, Thomas and Howard,
were the real sharks. Score:
1st. 2d. d. Total.
Thomas M 203 198 i82
Howard 1S3 172 178 633
Driscoll 166 131 124 411
Hlack 120 126 119 365
Hathway 146 163 200 498
Totals 7S6 785 819 1,81
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Hobart 192 144 1S9 626
Alleman 129 140 139 4o8
Hollistelle 101 175 127 403
Smith 110 124 121 361
Tray nor 127 208 145 480
Totals 665 791 721 1.177
Eight men frm the Carpenter Paper
company had their regirar ilonday night
contest with the following result:
1st. 2d. d. Total.
Corley 13S 144 138 420
Rudolph '.. 131 143 141 418
Burkland 164 161 125 460
Hamilton 1U0 119 122 341
Totals 636 667 626 1.629
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
L. Smith 1! 101 122 45
Newton 147 107 1U S,6
It. Smith 163 IM 127 418
W lidenreld 106 77 92 H76
Totals 528 423 463 1.614
The four high men in the above contest
bowled two games, total pins, for the
weekly championship, Conley and Burk
land winning from Rudolph and Newton,
564 to 633.
The Luxus still keep up their reputation
by taking all three games from the Mo
lonys last night on the Francisco alleys.
Dariioc Is coining to the front, getting bet
ter ail the time, ln the Booster league
the Signal Corps put tne Cream Cltys In
the dark by taking all three games. Cap
tain Kaiiktn of the Cream City Is having
hurd luck by not getting the pins. To
night, 'triumphs against Advos; Union Pa
cuic against Yousen's Colts. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Ohmsorg 174 i;3 211 568
C. Conrad 167 204 157 628
THERE is music good music to
while away the long evening, enter
tain guests, keep the young people home,
liven up an entertainment or furnish
music for a dance, in these new Edison
Records, both Standard and Amberol.
Angelt from the Realm of Glory
Krliion Concert Band
When the Evening Bells are Chiming Songs
o! Auld Lang Syne Manuel Romain
Bach'i Air . . Victor Herbert and Hit Orchestra
Down Where the Big Basanaa Grow
Collint and Harlan
Life's Highway Ada Jones and Chorus
Th Bride ol the Wares . . . . Herbert L. Clark
In the Garden of My Heart Reed Miller
The Golden Wedding . Ada Jones and Len Spencer
Selection from "The Gay Hussars"
American Symphony Orchestra
Good Luck, Mary . . . Billy Murray and Chorus
The Girden c( Dreams
Elizabeth Wheeler snd Harry Anthony
Waits Caprice . . Samuel Sirtfl and Roy H. Butin
Paddy Duffy's Crt . Edward M. Fvor nd Chorus
Annie Laurie Knickerbocker Quartette
Manhattan Beach snd El Capital) Marches
In the Gloaming .... Will Oakland snd Chorus
He was a Wonderful Man
. , Ad Jones and Billy Murray
Medley of Country Dances , . Eugene A. Jaudas
Strawberries Arthur Collins
To The Waits New York Military Bjd
Edison Amberol Record b
She's My Daisy
I've Loved Her Ever Since She Wts a Baby
Bonnie Leeiie Lindsay
While Shepherds Watched
Edison Concert Band
You Can t Stop Me From Loving You
I m Going to Do What I Please . Ada Jones
Mendelssohn's Spring Song
Victor Herbert and His Orchestra
In th Shadow of th Carolina Hills
Arthur C. Clouth
Swanee Babe Premier Quartette
Ring M Up Heaven, Tleaae, Central
W ill Oakland
Lincoln Centennial March
United States Marine Band
Whose Baby Girl Are You? . . Grace Cameron
Elisabeth Wheeler and Harry Anthony
B L N D and P - G Josie Sadler
Lily of the Prairie Medley
American Symphony Orchestra
Let's Go into a Picture Show . liyron G. Harlan
Shadows Anthony and Harmon
Broke Edward Meeker
The Yanke Shuffle Sous' Band
Foolish Questions Billy Murray
How Do You Do, Miss Josephine?
Collins nd Harlsn
Uncle Josh Invites the City Folks to Visit Him
Down on the Farm Cal Stewart
Carolina Brown Two-Sten
National (London) Military Band
Edison Phonoarapha . . fl2.50 to $125.00
Standard Records 3Jc
Amberol Records (twice as long) .
Grand Opera Records
Ih.t,rt!!re ES,'on. ife" everywhere. Go to the nearest snd hear the Edison Phonograph play
both Edison Standard and Amberol Records. Get complete catalogs Irom your dealer or from us.
NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY, 75 Lakeside Avenue, Orange, N. J.
We d..lr. good liv d.lra to I1 Edlaoa Phonoaraph. In vry town whsr w ar not now
wll rprsntd. SeiUn hsrlng Mtbllnd store should writ us t once.
188 189 207 6S4
158 199 133 430
102 IM ISO 606
Getiins Thin in Spits of
Appetite and Lazy Ways
Seems Impossible, but It Is so. You ran
lose daily up to a pound of fat soggy,
nerveless, strngthles, ugly fat and still
em and live pleaaurably. Exercising and
dieting are done away with.
For the nest fw weeks fix your stomach
so It will not form fat and th trick 1
turned. Hy next month thl tlm you will
be forty pounds lighter and on hundred
If you have a pair of baggy cheeks, a
double chin, a ridiculously fat stomach,
ugly ankle, shoulders made round by fat,
or limb Ilk an elephant get after them
and atrip th outer fat off them down to
the ahapely, healthy f!eh beneath by tak
ing a traspoonful after meal and at bed
time of thl: os. Marinola, t os Fluid
Kqtract Cascara Aromatlo and IVfc os
Peppermint Wstsr. It will not hurl you''
on the contrary. It will strengthen your
Totals 849 858 898 2,605
1st. 2d. M. Total.
J. A. Lyons 184 147 155 486
Toman 170 176 133 478
H. U. Lyons 138 147 140 425
Kerr 152 lfS IHS 633
Weeks 156 156 146 15G
Totals 800 818 760 8,878
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Clark 171 1S8 175 634
Booth 172 138 183 493
Hmlth 163 179 1S9 610
Collins 188 136 173 497
Slolder 151 138 156 445
Totals 844 779 856 2,479
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
J. Melum lO 177 174 030
Drummy , 156 117 143 416
W. Melum 179 133 139 451
Vandusen 161 136 166 443
Ratlken Ill 168 128 U7
Totals.... 766 731 740 2,237
MANY ENTRIES FOR MID-WEST
G. O. Francisco Retnrn from Trip to
O. O. Francisco, treasurer of the Middle
West Bowline: association returned vaster.
day from Kansas City where he attended
a meeting of the officers of the associa
tion. Mr. Francisco reports much Interest
shown In the tournament to be held ln
St. Louis. Two hundred 6-men teams and
a corresponding number of doubles and
singles will be entered for this tournament,
which beKlns January 16. Entries will close
January 8 at midnight. If the Omaha ti-ams
want to secure special dates they should
get their entries In at once as dates will
be arranged according to entries received.
There were at the meeting at Kansas
City i eprusentatlves from Des Moines,
oioux ity, r.t. joe, Kansas City. Ht. Louis,
Excelsior Springs, Topeka and Omaha and
all of the men reported the rams ln the
best condition ever known. There Is no
doubt that ten pins as an Indoor sport
and recreation heads all other sports In
the country and is largely patronixed by
women in many cltle St. Joseph alone hav
more than 150 bowlers of the fair sex and
a regular league.
CARTER MAKES CRACK SHOT
Game Warden Kills lerra of Seven
Geeae Flylngr at Decoys.
Former Game Warden George Carter
made a record kill of geese the other day
on the I'latte near Gretna. He left some
companions In a blind while he went to the
club house. When he returned he found
they had deserted the blind to run down a
woundvd goose. Carter took his turn at
the station and soon was rewarded by
seeing seven large geese coming straight
for the decoys. When they lit he fir-sd
and killed two. The other five rose In the
air and. after circling around for tome
time, came again at the decoys. TtlV; time
Carter was able to kill four more. One
rose, and as he circled above, Carter fired
two shots and finally landed him, making
seven killed out of the seven which flew
Into the decoys. Carter accounts for his
luck to the fact that he probably killed
the two leaders at the first crack and the
other were young birds who did not know
what to do.
NOW FOR TWO DATS OF SHOOTING
Plana Ready for C'omoetltlTe Ma tehee
Plans are ln readiness for the big two
days' shoot to be given by the Benson
Oun club Thursday and Friday. The club
has added 1200 cash to the regular prlx-
and this has attracted shooters from all
over this section of the country. Chris
Gottlieb, the professional, will be on hand
as well as other professional, but tney
will not be permitted to shoot for the
Many other clubs have also arranged for
shoots fur Thanksgiving day. The I'laus
mouth Gun club will give a hoot Thurs
day, when all the shooters of Casa county
will try for the prixe. Cedar Creek has
alMo arranged for a shoot, as has alto Elk
Good Day for Sleds.
Bled have been going like hot cakes dur
ing the last two snow storms, which have
visited Omaha. Th busine ln sleds Is
reported to have been better than at any
tlm last year. There ha also been quite
a demand for Ice skates, riom of the offi
cers at Fort Crook have ordered tobog
gans for th use of the children, as these
coot over the graaa hills betu-r than sleds.
Omaha Hone tUs; Winner.
An Omaha horse has won high honors In
th east. When In Omaha the horse b- '
longed to W. H. McCord and was called I
Guardsman. H now belong to Judx W
" w " '- "d Oulosaasul k'
Nebraska Cycle Co.
represents the National Phonograph Co. in
Nebraska, and carries over
100,000 Records in Stock
among which are all of the
mentioned in the National Phonograph Co. 'a
announcement on this page today " V ' .
NebrdLska. Cycle Co.
15th and Harney Sts., Geo. W. MickeL, 334 Broadway,
Omaha., Neb. Manager, Council Bluffs, la.
won the reserve ribbon to the champion
Nale, belonging to J. W. Harrlman, and Is
the lead horse In Judge Moore's champion
team. He was one of the last pair of
horses which Mr. McCord sold from his
GRAND ISLAND TAKES GAME
Defeat for Foot Ball Team of Ne
brakn WesUyaa, S to B.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 23 (Spec
ial Telegram.) Grand Island college foot
ball team won a game from Weslevan
university this afternoon by a score of 8
The game was one of the most hotly eon
tested ones on the local grounds and
though the visitor were heavier, the lo
cals by forward passes and end runs gained
the victory. In the first half of twenty
minutes the looals kicked off and the bail
was punted back and forth. A fumb'o rnv
tho visitors the ball on the locals' fifteen
yard line and with forward pass ui"y
scored a touchdown, but failed to kick
goal. Grand Island kicked to Weslevan,
forcing a punt and with a forwnrd pass.
Grand Island tore down the field and
scored a drop kick, netting 3.
In the second half, WeMeyan kicked off
and Orand Island, with a forward pass and
line bucks scored a touchdown No gonl
was kicked. Time was called with the
ball ln Wesleyan'a territory.
WRESTLERS ENGAGE IN FIGHT
Botb Irish Champion Disqualified by
NEW TORK, Nov. 23 Disqualification of
both principals by Referee Tom Jenkins,
followed by police Interference when the
grapplers desired to continue, brought to
an Inglorious end the Con (J' Kelly and Pat
Connolly wrestling match last night at the
Grand Central pnlac.
The match, which brought fort 4 a largs
delegation of the sporting element, was a
squared circle bout rather than a wrestllnif
affair. Both contenders used fighting tac
tics and all wrestling rulee were violated.
The men were repeatedly warned by the
referee and after his warnings went on
unheeded he disqualified both.
O'liara to Flay with Cardinal.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23.-Wllllam O'Hara.
who played center field for the New York
Nationals last season will be a member of
the St. Louis club of the same league la
1910. Manager Roger Bresnahan of ft.
Louis refused to waive on him.
THE railroad user
needs the same
standard of time
and timekeeper as the
railroad runner. Trains
do not wait upon the com-
. i .
ing or tne man behind.
Conductor's time and
Eassenger's time agree when
oth are taken from time
pieces bearing the watch-word
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Kwels. Ruby and sapphire balance and center
Jewels. Coraptntating kuiut. Breguet hair
spiiug. with miciomruic regulator. Adjusted
to temperature, uochronnin, three positions.
Patent recoil. ng cuck and sell-locking setting
device. Dust ung. Plate dj,iakerned. tn
rravmg nUnd with fold. Opn face and
Za Itlld Gold Oaaae, 130 aad a p.
La Solid Qold Os. (go aad up.
Other Flgin models at other prices according
to trade of movement and csse.
All bit m models are aold by icwclers every
where, and arc lully guaranteed.
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