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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. MARCH 2. 1912.
ff Something Mu& Have Happened After the Reunion
By "Bud" Fisfer ihC
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ALUMKI WANTJEAGER KEPI
Omaha Kebrukan Ask EejenU to
! ; ie-elect Popular Xaugtr.
BOOST FOB. 6AXX HUE DT FAIL
Petition Been ml CMtml as SehecV
ale Peed Ball with Oretgfcton mm
t. '. Offer to Mt tivfwl to
v j t U Crw.
' Omaha alnaai of th irslvmlty at Na
twka took actiaa at tha annual (
inf la tha aolvaraltr alak fMM feat WH
aakinc tha aaard at rasaau ta ntala
Cart a Eacw a aianaar ot athlattea
at tha Cornhoakar chool tor aaetbar
yaw, and raqoaatlac tha beard ot ath
letic control ta aehatful a toot hall gam
with Crrfsfaton In Omaha Bast fail.
. Officara for tha vMUlnc yaar arv
i aiortea, tha unanlmeua' choice for taca
atrtee aaa for the board at director belnf
. freiMant. Frank H. 'Woodland; rice
rlonl. Jamae E. 1UI1: aarratary. Ann
Thamaa; traaairar, Ralph 1L Ralnn; dl
iwrtora. Clmtant Oiaea. Rabbi rrxlrrtrk
Oh. Charle S. Koitar, i. tMaa Jtiaftr
ltd W, U. Whaeltr.
' Th rota to bare th resent retain
lUaacer Eaaor la U areaant aoeltlon
wa anaalnjoam Judce Charlaa Feetor
lamented faaotatlea la which ft a
doclared that the aloauri ot Omaha
thouaiit "Doc" Eacar to be tha beat
manna ar Omaha ever bad aad that It a
beUerad M ratanlion (aaant e maab
th future at Cornhaaaer aporw that J
It would be fatal to Nehraaka, athleU
tlaaaca to let hka fa. Tha aaoUoaeot
of tha meatliul wa t the effect that
Cooeh Ewald Itlehn (koald bar on
plot control of aU tatarooilaglaU aorta,
but that anar Kar ooouid be the
worklac fere tkroufh which aU bualn
ebould be earrlad on.
Moat of the aatln waa taken ua by
dieroaaloa ever aakinc th Mebraaka
board a brine tb Comhaakar foot bail
deren to Omaha for me. Ttieiw wa
Embryo Giants Now Working Out at Marlin Springs
. I f T -r -T
(DATES FOR OMAHA BOILERS
Secretary lugtry OWes Out Satei
When They Soil at ducago.
LOCHS STAST . MAECH ' TWELVE
Loral Taaala Shaatrro Wilt Reetola
oa Procraat for Oao Week at .
Group of Ktw Tork Olant rounratara
and "faoultr.", phoUxraphed at Marlin
prlnca. Tat. durln- the early aprlnj
tratninc trip workout. From left to
rurht, Jacobeen out flakier: Jeff Teareau,
plteheri . Luby, outfleldrr; HolleweU.
Hthtflrldrr; lUrry Dvor (brother ot
Joah), outflrldar; Qua Cardella, Infleldar;
Tborapaon, Inflelder; Johnny McOraw,
manaser; Hilton Stock. Inflrldrr; ArUe
Latham, coach; WUbert RotHaaon. ooack,
and Hank droll, Inflelder. (Iron, Buca
and Teareau are looked upon a meat
likely candidate for reular bertha.
Suae, ordinarily an Inflelder, waa th
champion home-run hitter of the north
weat, and HcOrBw, It I aald, plana to
lie Ma buttlnc eirorujth m th outfJald
where Jack Murray fell down toward the
latter part of the 111 aeaaon and in the
world'a aerie. Groo I being; primed for
econd baae, to bo available as a uc
ceaaor to Captain Larry Doyle, who ,l
believed to be enjoylnj the tut of hit
year a a star. Tearoau, who wet the
Eutera .Jeaau en fire laet year, would
make a valuable addition to MoOraw a
none too Ma attchlnr'aieff, accord ln( to
mrny fat lew era of the team. -
Eector Will Play..
:.. With Omalia Five
VirtU Hector. Omaha High ichcol a tar
all around athlete, probably will be seen
In U locil echool quintet' Hneup In
their lama atalnat th pedy Lincoln
Hick school baaket baU flipper, which
will be pulled oft tail evening at
the local T' (ymaaatum. Me went
wi reach abort preliminary prartltw with
atrc tontlmwt In favor of -slaytnf 1
Crettbtoa. A few of tha aUaaaol wa oa
Bosod to Creightoa. but wtahod to play
Xellevao. Athletle, mlatlon with Crelgb
taa were severed five years ago. Th rote
la play .OMghtea U prefareaoa t Bella
vu wah ovorwhelailnt.
The nwkekouaa," bettor knows a
tee baadqaartar ef the Oaaaha Baa BaU
dab aad ewned by Pa Rourk and Dav
J. Rourk. baa been, bought by Ooarge
terahass. form arty a second baarmaa an
the Omaha team and laat year a Mn
bar ot tko Dea Motaa Hopefuls. K
take posaoaoloa of the alar today. Th
baa ball headquarters will not b
changed. Rourk will have M sffle
la th rear of the More M In th past.
Tha "8mokthww" wUI be mada the
Inadonarter f every baa bail taaa
la th city, profeaaianal, semi-prof eaelii rial
and amateur, Oeorge say th boy aaa
have hie store for a meeting place any
time they want It. Graham will not
otar leagu baas baB this year, but wttl
be wltk Ui Store Triumph ball teaav
Tha gam has attracted conldr4 st-
teallo mnf local floor (port fot towers
and will undoubtedly b on of th bast
unllbtlon of the basket game that will
be Blayed her this eeaseD, Tha local
lada trimmed th Capital City achool five
at th Llneoln "T" gymnasium early m
Ua imw by a score of B) to SL
The Official for the game, Branaoa,
rafered) and Hutohlaaoa, utnplra, ar both
LlaoolB men. This same pair, will also
etftalat la th stats high school baaket
ball wuraament. which will a held at
th University of Nebraska grymnaalum
Friday aad dalurday of next week under
tha direction of Earl O. Eager, the Com
buskers' athletl manager.
Mike Fromm Throws
Logan's, Cra6k Artist
' "HARLAN. la, March Ltpeotsi.Wt
took Mlko f-roaam of llirtan. champion
US-pound arrosUor of low. . Just elerea
alnute aad -Wilrtf-flv eerorxl U ret
the first fan a TlUlam Bpenc. the Wft-
paund wrasttar of Logaa. The eeoand I
cam la ssva minute. The first fall
waa the result of a bar lock aad drotch
bold aad the erond' an ovper lock and
head hold. Bpenco aever auceeeded la
awttiac rroasm la aaager, but i remsj a
th other band was th agrressor stoat
of th time.
la the preluniaaries Yen Teradl of
Hartaa tee ted Flcken of Klrkaua to
atralgM falle. About M persent wit.
aeoeod tha- bout. ' O. Pi lleward wa
referee aad C. II. Luecke.' tloickceper.
Mike rroaiJB wilt meet and hereby chat
kigv Lee McCord of Tork. Neb., or any
other man ef hi weight for the cbaaa-
peaashtp af Kearsska and Iowa.
CLYDE JARMQAN TRADED TO
PES HOIKES FOR THREE MEN
' WICHITA. Kan . March L-Clyde Jarml-
gaa, for tw years a member ot the
BitcbiBB; staff of t:.a Wichita-Pueblo
team, wa tad&y traded te We Melaa
tor Pitchers Here be and Plrmpte i
Soortatop Plakertoa. Jarnlgaa bad prac
tically refused to ril.cn t to Wichita this
XAXSAg CITT, Feb. 3.-Joe Cnap.
catcher, who played with the Topek
Westora ssecua team las-t year, was
etcaed today for the Bee-tea Katloaais
by Manat-er John Kites. Crwp bad a
tryoiat with th M. Lout AaietVaas
early laat Sits sen, bat tatvr'wm sent to
Tepeaa. ' , " "
Manacer' Kllng asneuaasd 1 tonight he
would leave for the east tomorrow. Kilns
win go by way ef eft. Loots and Cnlrasa
la the base- of snaklnc a few trades.
Eynn and Johnson
Will Fight Mj 24
sULT LA KB CITY, I'tah. March 1.-
Jlm Flynn and Jack Johnson will meat
m a twenty-round bout for the heavy.
weight championship of the world at or
near b? add over, Utah, en July St, This
wa sa noun c4 today by persons finan
cially Interested In the veatura with Pro-
; Swamp Excelsiors
Th Creightoa Seniors swamped th Es
calators In a gam of basket ball at th
Touag Men' Chrlstlsa association Thurs
day evening by a aror of M to t Th
Meniere scored a( will, the Excelsiors be
ing unable te score a slntl field go,
until three minute before the end of th
second half. Torrey and Feetner wsrt
the Individual stars for the Seniors, uu,
th entire team put up a nice exhltfltlo'
of team work. Pa hi and Moran playeu
the best game for the Kxoelslora. . Ths
lineup: ,' , ,
Renlorar. - . Exoelslore.
Despain May Sell :
Ehman and Fox
LINCOLN. March 1--Prldnt Despain
of th Lincoln Western league- base ball
club ha announced that negotiations ar
under way for the sale of Pitcher "Butf"
ipiman, purchased from Denver laat sea
n to a ftoutbern leagu club. Catcher
e'llkle Clarke. oM to Danvtll hut year,
uut. who rarused to report and aoached
. a ,L'oivrsty of .Mlnnssota. has ball
asm. will . probably a-o ta .a Thrao-I
leaaue or Central aaoelatln elnb.
Pltoaar Joha Fox may be sold to a Trl.
Btts leagus club.; ;', , ...
R.F - tialsey
R.O. n Oorham
Lanpbler -i... R-0 LOi.... Dlnee
Uokia froth field:, fahi. Oernam, rest.
arr Ruasum Its. Torrey tl. O'Con
ner, Laaptnsr. OoeJs from tree throw:
Moran.-1; Pshl. t; Torrey.. I Hear bv
halves: First hslf-elenlers. II; Bseel
alors, 1 Second half Seniors, 2s; Escel
aiura. 1 Lragth ef halve: Fifteen and
twenty minutes. Halerce: watssr oi
rMen' Christian aaeocU.
If you have anything to exchangs ad
vertise It la The He Want Ad columns.
(KOTO TO E56LA5S AFTEB LOST
. GOLT TITLE.
CELLAR LEAGUE BOWLERS
SURROUND BANQUET BOARD
Th member. of the Cellsr or Met
ropolitan bowling league held their an
nual banquet laat ntcht at Ortmsn' New
England bakery, ill North Sixteenth
street. Over MB Louies aassmbed around
the festive board and made the bantfuet
i ence'ra .that It'wlll not be
forgotten tor many day a
da., ,r.rtuent of th league,
as toaatnuater, A 11 the star bowlers
In the league , and many ether bowlers
were called on for ipeeches or stories.
Mayor DshUaaa waa among th guests
end gave a abort talk. In which he
advocated bowling as a -healthy game for
young business men. Ths banquet did
end until the "we m hour of th
Among the Bowlers.
In th Commercial leaaue th Drelbua
Candy company won twa out of three
from the Jetter' Uold Tovs. Ths tiold
Tope rolled high total of r.ll, and Coch
ran had high single of SS and high total
of 8M. Ollbreath was hich for the Gold
Tope with a' singe ot 38 tad total of Uk
JKTTER'd C1LP T0I3.
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.... su 8l Kt
D Rill Ufa t'ANDT CO. J
M. at. Total.
OMAHA FIE1JJ CLUB.
I . lt. So.
I Hughea ,
tv acuta 1M
I7 K! IM
m t? t,m
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KEARNEY NORMAL WINS
... FROM. YORK COLLEGE
KEARVET. Nab.. March L-Spcll.-
Osa of th surprlaea of h season wa
th climax to th Tork College-Normal
basest ball gams t th Normal laat
evening, when.,. with a lead of seven
paints at the close, of tha first halt tha
score being t to H the Normal boys
by tha subatltutloa of Wlocball at for
ward, climbed up and won the game with
baaket by Wlnchell a the time keep
er blew their whistles, closing the juw,
the scors being SMB. Th gam closed
the basket ball season at the achool. Be
tween tha halves the Second Normal team
defeated the K. M. A. by the score ot 2s
to M. Following la the lineup for th
main vent: . , ,
Kearney. poeltlon Tork.
Burman forward War
Shield forward (c) Decold
Doasett (c).. ...... center Roger
Baldredae ........ .guard uoweia
Selver ..guard , Huffman
Wlacbail ....guard ......
METHODISTS WIN FROM
An featerootlng game of baaket ball wa
played Thursday vnbig at tke Walnut
Hill Methodist church by the Creaoeat
five of tha church dafeaUag. the First
United Presbyter! a flv to th tun af
11 te 4. The first half ended In favor of
the visiting team. ta 4 but the Metho
dist boys earn back wltk a great de
termination la the eond half and took
It points and did not allow their oppo
nents a point. The lineup:
Prmhetartsna. " ' CTeceOtS.
Carnal .......L.O tH.t.
Carnal v '.
Players Leave for .
' . Southern Quarters
CHICAGO, March 1. Three veterans 'of
Ik Chicago American league club wer
absent when the player left Chicago to
night on board a special train for Waco,
Tax., to begin Spring training. The pertyj
Including players, aewspaper mm and
guests of President ComUktr. numbered
forty-three. ' " ' ' . .'" .;
Las Tannehlll. on of th veteran, was
unable to make the trip beckuae of a
sprained ankle. He will Join th team
within a couple of week. Pat Dougherty,
another veteran, has retired from th
game. Matty Mclntyra, outfielder, has
not signed tor the 111 season. ' Four re
cruits, Rath. Mayor, Carney and Oenest,
wsre among the player who went south
tonight. Th squid I ached uled to reach
Waco Saturday mornms. 1
Manager Callahan and three pitcher
already ar at' the Texas resort! The
player will put In about two week of
practice before starting northward to
play exhibition game.
CINCINNATI, March l.-8even veteran
of the Cincinnati National league baa
ball club left her tonight for Columbus,
da., to tout the pitcher and recruit who
have been practicing there for a week
under the direction of Manager O'Day.
Of to two holdouts of the team. John
Bate and Richard lloblltxell, Bat
algned his contract today and President
August Herrmann said a satisfactory
agreement would be reached with Hob
lltssn. who was on of the party who left
for the training camp.
LDEN TALKS FOR SLATE
TO HELP UNION SUCCEED
New Leagues May,
Be Given Protection
CINCINNATI, O., March 1. A new deal
la baa ball whereby the bow Columbian
and possibly tha United State leagues
will com under the protection of the
agreement la Intimated In a itory
published ta tha Cincinnati Times-Star to
day. The story, which ts aald to b semi
official, states that Chairman August
Herrmann ot th National baas ball com-
mlastoo would present tha matter to that
body for official eonetderatloo.
LF. R.F paxton
Kennedy. Length of halves:
!i and M minutes. Field goals: Douglas,
Rnaii .21. Tlstheueer !, Adam it).
Paxtosv Fro throw; Paxtea l. A4-
Jo Wllawa Sold to .Dwvwapawt,
PAVENPORT, ' la.. March 1. Th
Davenport elab ot the Three I league to
day announced to purcaase rrom ine ex.
Louie Americans of First Baseman Joe
Devlin in Cleveland
CLEVELAND, O., March 1 Tommy
Devlin of Philadelphia waa clearly out
classed by Packer McFarland of Chicago
tonight. McFarland bitting Devlin when
and where he pleased.
In the fourth round the fight waa
stopped, saving Devlin from a knockout.
The fight waa scheduled te go ten
rounds. The men weighed la at IS
A Meeting called by the apeaker com.
mltte of ta Cltlasns union' was held
In th Plymouth Congregational church
but' night, the 'principal apeaker- being
Oolonet .Cunningham, chairman of- the
executevaivemmrttee, of th arcantaatlon.
Ooloiwl .Cunningham s talk waa principally
aloacllnea. .explanatory , of ibe : organi
sation ol thw union and It purposes. -Th
piypoeee.. were, daaignaled as , bains -pur
ai)f stnipi ior sivmg m cuy gsoej gov
ernmenl under lb commission plan. -.
According to. lb speaker,, th persona
th anion will, favor (or commissioner
have not yet been, selected, but .will ,be
agreed upon within, ten day. Th story
of friction In ths committee was denied
and it waa asserted that th member
ar worxmg m penect uarraony.
'Charle A. Alden. financial aecretary of
the L'nNeralty of Omaha and a member
of th executive committee of the anion
said he Mi-lad the churches ar willing
to throw open their door to meeting ot
this kind. He predicted that the time U
not far dlatant when board of education
wut eeetbe wiadom of permitting th
holding ot public meetings la th school
houses. ..' .
Mr. Alden. saw much good In th com
mission form of government a proposed
for th city of Omaha If good and capable
men are elected. Otherwise, there will
be no chang In conditions. He aald th
union' method of .selection has been
denounced In some quarters as a slate.
adding that no political, party ever won
S victory 'unless a slat was made and
the slste candidates given undivided sup
port-' ' : .. ... '
Rail at Right.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. March lAspeclal
Telegram.-Secrrtary Abo, Langtry to-
nlnht announced the achedul tor tit
American bowling congress which tsV.es
place In Chicago, beginning Sunday, tub
schedule provides that tha " five-men
vent ar rolled at night, with the
doubles and single In th forenoon, fol
lowing th appearance of the earn
bowler in th five-men .contest. Six
team are represented from Omaha. The
schedule followsi - . .-r
March IS. Evenlnr-Five-men teams:
Pete Loch'. W. A. itaier. captain.
March 11 Forenoon Doubles, above
team: afternoon, singles of same team.
March It. Evrnlng-Flve-men teanw:
Martin Tigera. F. M. Leptnsbl, captain:
Old Haxoo Braus. W. F. Weber, captsln:
Met. M. ft. Huntington;- uw,- run
March It. Forenoon until 1Z p. m..
doubles of Omaha teams.
March M, Afternoon t'nttl I p. m.. m-
divlduale of teams which- rolled In five-men-
events preceding night. -
Man-a is jetter a uora i ops, e. u,
Biixga. captsln. " '
March 3U, Forenoonr-Doubles of Jttters;
stet neon, ilnglea. .. ,
BEEL-MAHMOUT WRESTLE ,v
AT THE BOYD ON MARCH 9
Good preliminaries will be staged tor
the Mahmout-Beell match, which wll be
wrestled t Boyd s theater, Msrch .
Manager Phelps say he la receiving all
kind of Inquiries concerning ths match,
as both, men are .top-not chars. . , . , .
Key to th Situation Be Advertising.
atTKTKER SHOE COMPANY.
1st. M. 3d. Total.
Neale ... Ttl tut 141 M
-r.-..r is va ' in - AU
Fred Herreahoff. American golfer, woo I Wrekre" ltt W M 494
Hartley K7 IK in M7
Got! ' HI ill S3S
w.a Invade Eng aj.d within th asxl tea
week It fir In loo British . national
i amateur cnamDeotbhlB and attempt to
Tsurkl Oaaetaawea 5raaat. .1 amateur chair. peon. hips and attempt to 1 Totals M sit
: VAIiYVILLE. ki. Xlsnrh l -TarS nonce lost by tide country ALPHA CAMP NO.
('' -omuteteiv outrMmsS Nerth- Hu IlltiM ml Enaiaad oas- ' 1st. 20.
e-tim X rl WJlieur aer tenlsht In wsi Harold Hilton or ugiaaei cap- onrh , J4i
b crucial tn.k.-t ll game ef th--tured the America a title lasi I c, Prlmeaa - 171 H
bfaeaa by ttuuns I' corn set by a
t a. 9 eeere. Tne first half eras fa
ai'wei Cava, bat th e-inertw e
dittea ef tbe ,.rcre and the eacelient
tram wvrk of the winders an.ywcd lae
--.w . .w mii i a va
I HemsbofT ptayed In
I Hilton and tos only
. mat'h that bad been seen la a aai
Iteumaaseut in ycara.
the final against Heatoa .
II. i-namu .
Th combinstioa 'ol healthful vegeUble ingredients ol which a S. S. is
eontposed. makes it an especially desirabl and effective remedy in the treat
ment oj sores and ulcers of every kind. Since sa imports condition ot the
blood is responsible ior the trouble, a medicine that can puriiy the blood is
the only hope of s successful cure; snd it should be a median that sot only
cleanses the circulation, but one that at the same time restores the blood to
iUnmnaLrich-nnrriUvOTditioti. 8. & S is last tach a femedy. It is
made entirely ol healing; cleansing vegetable properties, extracted from na
ture g roots, Aerba aaa Mrics oi me lorest ana neias. -i oa sang occn
rtcognixed as the greatest of all blood purifier possessing the qualitier
neoesfiary to remove every imtmrity ia the blood. - When S. S. 8. has pnrifiet"
the cirailatioB, and strengthened and enriched it,-sores and ulcers heal Teat!
ily aad surely, beceose they are bo longer led and kept open by a contitrax
dtschxrgs into them oi imtatinr disease-laden matter from the blood. S8.f
brings about a healthy condition of the flesh by supplying- it with net
noarishino; blood and makes a permanent and lasting; core. Book ipaSort
and Ulcers and any medical advice mailed tree to au wno wrnie.
Our Lease Is Soon Up
BEASOtf for going- out is High.' Kents. " .'.
WARNING Don't wait too long, come ' ". "
' . early SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH
A SECOND TOR SPRING CLOTHES." .
"Society Brand" Clothes
For young men and men who stay young.
Choice of any two or three piece Suit, Ov
ercoat, Rain Coat or Slipon, in their make . ' .
in the House ONE DAY ONLY AT : r
"OPPOSITE HA YD EN'S.
IBS SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAiTTA, GA. SaSyg.g
M Oftw lYn fP I Vorth
Makes it V V . jTS
Wft. 13 u jy S40,oo
Yon aave $10X)0 to J15.00, or more, on ev
ery garment. Why not buy your Easter
Suit,etanow? PANTS at 95c" $2.25 ,
$3.50 and , $4-50 sold up to $8.50.;
OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN. : :
107 SO." SIXTEENTH ST.
" ' Iowa wi norm -
'' b6oSE-T. A'. Ptirlntow;3 frmeTfy'' of
this city and well known In business err
cle here, has died In Pueblo, Cole, .where
he went some years ago. lie la a brother
of C. C. Purlnton. formerly proprietor of
the Boone Bank Book company here. -
BOON E Mrs. Blanch BmUh-Moran, of
California, formerly Af tola city, has jutt
passed away. Word waa received ia Boon
yesterday te this effect. Mrs. Moran
whll her wa popular and prominent,
and graduated from th Boone hlgu
school In the year Mot .
CRE8TON-0ut of th 1st delegates to
the republican' county convention to be
held here March . aevsnty-mn of them
have been selected, and seventy-four f
these are Tart delegate. This means
Union county will ssnd a solid Taft dele
gation to th state convention at Cedar
Itaplds. April M,
CHESTON-fleorge Bracken of this city
who was knocked down in Lea Moines re
cently and had his skull fractured is still
In a critical condition In a hospital of that
city. His assailant Will McAfee Is still
being held In tail there pending the out
come of Bracken' Injury. Bracken I a
baker of this city.
CENTER VILLhVJame and -William
Hendon, Indicted for arson and conspir
acy, pleaded guilty to the latter charge
while on trial here yesterday afternoon
and were sentenced to three years In the
penitentiary. Tliey were Indicted Jointly ,
with Croft, the state alleging that they
tired a large grain elevator tor the pur
pose ot collecting 116, worth of Insur
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