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-THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, MARCH 4. .1912.
i If Mutt Hadn't Looked Out the Window, it Would Have ; Been All Right
By "Bud" Fisher Zi
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BASEBALL SPORT ABANDONED
Creignton Will Hot Hm t Team in
' Held Thi Season.
TENUIS TO HAVE A EETTTAl
Track. Athletic Will Ala Take
;Pralaeat Part la arias Sports
J- Mark Material la Dla.
' T a caTerea. ,N
.Crelghton university will b without a
baa ball taun tin coming season, but
athlvtk win not h wanting. Attention
la already being turned to tennl and a
varsity team will represent Crelghton.
K'ebraska will ba met In Lincoln thla year
and aa attempt will ba made to rvro
1ha dechooa ot Ut yoar, which gave Nt
Vrartta th decision on tha numher at
camas won; although tha two team war
tied la tha lumbar of sets won.
.' Two of last year' aura ara missing.
Rmyth bavins gon to Holy CroM and
Wilrley be nf loat by graduation. Adam
and Bnachmaa ramaln and will form tha
backbone of tha IMS teas. - Ed Smyth, a
brothar of tha 8 myth of laat yra squsd.
I la a vary promising player and will prob
ably r make tha vanity. , a will Duffy:
CralgMoa will atao try to achadula Minna,
aata for a tama thla yaar to b played
Ha Omaha. . - . .
Track athletic will also tak a prom
. laent part In th spring aporta. Last
'ar'wa Crelghton' fh-at attempt at
iMet event, and a wealth of material
aM discovered. Tha meet of laat year
KM batwaea tha classes of tha oolleg
and tha Junior won. Julius Faatner of
ta Junior won tha hlfheat number of
point -lodlvldusllr. At present meat
with other school ara forbidden, but aa
.other tntorclaaa meet will ba held, i
fjaott ato Throw.
A new aport will ba introduced into ool.
lao atrcla by Cretrhtoa atudrata. It I
.Iholt. There ara a number of Undents
I la the eollece who claim to hold tha
. taamplonehlp of their towns out la tha
' states, and ara anxious ta capture that
vf tha university. The freshmen and
seniors will meet la a pitched battle a
toon a tha weather permits. Theea
!aeaaa are deadly rival since tha basket
bail season bogan, booauee of the severe
'iatrabMacs Uio froshmsa have reoelved at
llaa (lands of the seniors.
Grand Island Fans'
4re Supporting Team
CoRAND ISLAND. .Neb., March -(Special.)
The committee soliciting fund
far the maintenance of tha a rand Island
team la tha stats league for tha approicli
ing season la having no difficulty, meet
lag with, a liberal reception generally.
W. A. Price, bee a as too busily ra
nged in looking after kla political ami
law Intaraet. has resigned from tha
board of. dlraotors and ax-presldent
XMver ot tha league ha been appointed
Is fill tha vacancy. . .
' Player ara being rapidly timed up
and steps taken to fit up the new grounds.
Tor yaar Grand Island bis ueed the
Belwood park for baa ball. 'liability
to mako terms with tha owner, hoe-ever,
ha lad to tho aelacUoa of new grou.iUi
several block farther out. but evhtro
rlaysrs aay they will not be atsths d:
advaatag of the dark background formed
STORZ JRIUMPHS AT' FEAST
Promise by Mnnager o Hare
Speedj Semi-Pro.j Team.
BASE BAIL XE5 ENTHTSIASTIC
Pa .Ba,lnea,sjys JBasaka
Teasai This" Vear Will' Ba
- .. Mlak l.eaaae. '
Assurance of on of the best aeml-pro-f
eseional ' base ' ball ' tram -t na'- ever rep
reasttted the Btors Brewing company was
made last' night Jr C. F. Bradford, new
manager of tha ltor Triumph baa ball
team at a banqust given th team by
tha Btors Brewing company Saturday
at the llenshaw rathskeller.,.. - :
Thirty ball players and guest of tha
brewing companyguhered to Indulge In
on of ' tha moat munptuoue . banquet
given at th Iieniliaw, hotel In several
months. . Th banquet of, eight courses
was accompanied by speeches by every
player on . th Stort team, , Pa Rourk.
Owner of the Omaha, ball -team: iPred
Carey, president of th Mink league, and
newspaper men.', ,. ,. , .
Arthur Stars was toaatmaster and mas
ter of eeremonles. Mr. ,. Bradford said
he had signed up; th best local talent
to be found' In Omaha, and promised to
put a fast team l the field. II. named
the roster for the season,, which Included
three az-wtani:laura. , He said tha
schedule for thla season 'had not yt been
adopted,' buti would buwlthin, a. few
week. Arrangement are being jnad to
bring at least. toor thraaiakml-profea-otonal
team te Omaha from cuago thla
year to meet ithe itor. . A.trlp will alao
ba. made -by, th Htors team thi. year
which may cover, a period of from one
to two weak, embracing: towns In Iowa,
Kakraska and Missouri, v ' . " '
Pred Carey, president, of ' the : Mink
league, ald itharaiwouldi b'. no; Mink
league this, year owing to tbs fact that
th Jowai towns had .dropped . from th
league.. However., he aald.) Palrbury and
Beatrice had made, application for a
franchise in. the Jeague and. would .prob
ably be granted one. He also assured th
iter manager tlisr hs-wquld rrsnge for
game between tesnu In hlsjeagu With
th fltora " " . " '
W. A. Rourk. said hs had looked ovT
; tit list' of piayer on th mors rooter and
knew all personally. . lie aald tha team
would be. ta.- stnmieat semi -professional
team h had aver known. "The fltora
toam this year," he-aald. "wilt ba equal
to aay elaaa B team In tlie coantry. Th
Wee tern I think will have tho best season
in the . history, of the-league. We a!
ought to have-a; great race and I am
making -every .effort: to.put a- groat, team
In th field and'l oan assure you that
Omaha .will be In the runntng from th
word go."-." '. -'i , ... .. .
Following Rourk: .speech the various
player on th tfm . were called . for
Impromptu talks. , ; . ...
OMAHA fflGHDRUBS LINCOLN
Coach Clark'i Fnpili Trim Capital
City Five in Hard Game. '
STHXAK GAME OF TEE TEAS
Raahea aad Barkearaa Star for
l.acala Baaarr Croevdl ot Sta
dea a ad Teneoers y
HE'S THE 05E BEST BET 09 TEE
- WHITE BOX LIST. ' -
CENTRAL CITY DEFEATS '
. BUSINESS COLLEGE TEAM
'CKKTRAI. CITT, Neb.. March l-(!pe-clal.
Tha Nebraska School of Bustaea
baakat ball team ot Lincoln mot a tirtar
ia tho Central city High chool team
at this place lest evening, being defeated
m a wall played game by th score of
XttC Thi was tbp last gam of th
season oa lb local floor and was also
on of tho beat play ed and fastest game
at tha arasoa. This baa been th snoet
successful season for th horn team, they
having played eleven game and mm
.uln of then. During th season they
Ibav net some of th vry best his J
Khool teams In th ata. The lineup:
Bin. TKAM. ', CENTRAL CITT.
1 Taa ...
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UNIVERSITY -PLACE HIGH .
WINS FROM BEATRICE
j;.-lVERSITT PLAC& Neb, March l-pdaJL-Ia
aa exceeillagr fast and arcil
eiayed gam of baaket bail tka local high
. echoot Or defeated tho team of Bea
trtae klgh hare hut night by th aeor
of S to at. The game was played oa th
Veaiayaa floor sad waa . vary cloae
throughout. The lineup:
BEATRICE . I . I JJF. PLAOB.
1-oee c ..L.r. ur. c Vlfqualn H.
buwci. i.,.n.e..K.r A m
le Ba. .. .... .v..tJ.j Oetae
jimnerrora ....lu-lltj.. ropa-VlTqualn
Maxwell. W....E.O.iR.U. Feta
fM throwe: Luee HI. H. Maxwell -4i.
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Omaha High school, : Lincoln High
echool, Jl. Omaha High school, M;
In tho clslet and hardest fought
sihlbttlon of tha Indoor floor sport that
ht been pulled oft her -thi Mason, tha
speedy Omaha High school basket toosers
srtminlstered a sound trouncing to th
Lincoln High ochool quintet to th tun
oft a to 3 at th local "T" gymnasium
Saturday. Thi I th Hcood baakat
ball victory over th capltnl city lad
that' ha been registered In favor ot th
local thi year, a feat that ha seldom
been duplicated In the annals of th
Omaha school's, athletic history.
Omaha won because of superior stay
in ability., steadiness., and well plaoed
basket shooting:' Loall Burkenroad, th
purple and white turdy left guard,
started th aoorlng early. In th first
psijlod with an avsrhand baaket from th
right extremity .of the floor, and after
that the -team work showed ap strong
with double pa ones, overhand flip and
some excellent "dribbling."
Th Whole Omaha five (tarred, although
Mark Hughe, right forward, and Lssll
Burkenroad, left guard, war th prin
cipal point makers. Virgil Rector, th
school's tar all-around athlete, played
tho entire gam at the middle position
and ouUumpad hi opponent at all time.
Beryl' Crocker, left forward and captain,
was always able to hold hi owa against
the husky Ltndolnlte and flopped several
difficult basket that brought forth tho
plaudit of th crowd. James Gardiner,
right guard, outclassed th red and black
gymnasia tn guarding and waa respon
sible for preventing them from flinging
th leather wind sphere Into the. woven
ntt on Mverai ocoaaloaa
Caanfc Reaorrea feta.
, Evidently th Linos in eoaoh I la favor
ot 01 tlata-wara msthod ot retervtsg th
tar of hi tnttr until needed, for Charles
Maah, right forward, who ha spoiled
many aa athletic victory for th Omaha
ochool, .was notent In until' attar th
locals had summed op the mark to eight
point In their favor. Uugg, right guard,
was; tho high point maker for tho red
and tuack, with fourteen out of the twenty-three
scored by them to hi credit. .
Brannon, the Lincoln man who re f reed
th obnteai, 1' I ho beat floor rule In
terpreter that hs worked here this sea
son. He proved conclusively in last
night's I game that Manager ttager mad
a good , choice when ha picked him . to
officiate-in tna state high school tourna
ment which o-Hi be held at th t'niversltr
of Nebraska idle-week.
' The crowd . was the largest that haa
wlttiesaad a-hatket ball gam her thi
aeeaon,' and Physical Director Msxwell'a
araaa wa, filled -to its capacity. Th
fair', sex !od , a goodly numbtr of th
local' hlght school' faculty wers on hand
to keep tilings - lively with their yell
w henever-a,' sensational play was mad.
OVArfAIHMH. LINCOLN HIOH.
Hughea..l.;.T...R.F.lR.e (C. Man a
Crocker. (C...., UK.) UF Metheny
Burkenroad tt. L.U. 1 L.O. . .
Standing Fixed for .
WASHINGTON. March J. -The Olympic
committee of 8torkholm haa Informed the
National Rifle association her that offi
cer and men of th army, navy, marine
corps .and. mill lia. and -tboe-who-have
taken part In matches In thi country
where money prise are. given will be
eligible" as' amateur under.lt Interpre
tation of th rule, to participate la the
Olympic . came. . Uom . doubt - existed - on
tho question of tn amateur status of
huh of tho Americans who might par
ticipate, but th committee aay no riflo-
a . from ; th United State will be
barred, ante he I employed In' testing
and sighting rifles-for a living.
Becauss of .lack of. funds there I still
Hi . doubt - whether it will be possible
to send a team from th United Btatea,
to defend tho world' championship won
by tho American team at th last Olyra
pia game In London, four year ago. -
PINEHURST WITNESSES KEEN ;
GOLF AND TENNIS MATCHES
PINEHURST. : N., C. March ' 3-Keen
playf marked, both the 'golf and tennis
match her. yesterday, In ,th Invitation
mixed foursome forty entrant played
th course, -a double tie resulting for first
and second position between J.", D. C.
Rumaey . and Mr. W. K. Truesdell of
Brooklyn, with a handicap of ft.' and Mr.
and -Mr. R. C. Shannon, second,, of
firockport' handicapped with M, ' who
made SS.. With a score of 17. P. 8. Mc
Laughlin of New York and ' Miss Mary
Fowne. pekmont, tied with C. L. Becker,
Boston, and Mrs. L 8. Robeson, Roches
In tennis, Baall Durant of Alaska de
feated T. W. Etewelle .of Philadelphia,
4-C -4. H'la the final ot th
February, men' single tennis tournament.
Basket Ball Title , i
: Taken by Columbia
PHILADELPHIA. March 1 -Columbia
university won th Intercollegiate basket
ball championship her tonight by de
feating lb University of' Pennsylvania
by the score of S to i. Hsd Pennsyl
vania won the two teams. would havs
been' tied for first place. The (landing
of th team I as follows: - '
f - ... Won. Loot
t Two Goatee ' at . Madleon,
.' MAniBON,' Neb..'Msrch'l.-8peclal.-Two-sensational
games of .basket , ball
were played ' Friday night , between tha
hour of M ik .nr., and-mldnlgbt, between
the Newman Urov girl and 'boys and
th Madison glrla and boys. The visiting
women, won. the ecore standing M to If
In favor of Newman drove. Also th via.
King boys' team beat the home team, it
to M. Both ' gamee ar considered to be
the fastest baskei ball - ever played In
title aectton of in Mat, titoddard of
Newman Grove umpired and Flndiey ot
Madison w,ae referee., . .' f. , ..... .
One "Great Big Yankee
Harry .Lord, .great third . basoman of
th Chteago WhiteSox who. according t
iteaur. Callahan, th 'coma-back" loader
of th -team. Is th only Box sure of bis
Job. Lord has-burial all hi former leal
ouay for the man who got tha poeltioa
ho had -nopad -to ilaad. . and ha baa-
dared - himself wSUng 4o work with -an
bis might for the suceeo of the -team.
Lord ia a. wonderful -weleW and thrower,
a brilliant baa runner and a dangerous
J Be r:. Rntherford mi, W. Maxwell I man-to havo at bat In th pinch. -Mora-
rl. VlferuaiH m Allen it ruM
"oul tbrvws: Luas (2K Allen 4.
Tou Judge a naa not by what ho prom
toe to do. but by what aa ha done.
That I the only tru test. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy lodged by thla standard
ta n superior. People everywhere speak
ef It ia the highest term of praise. For
aia iv ail dealer.
over, he h Meg on- In Grains, oemg on
of tho most gifted players, mentally, tn
the gam today." Thero la no man In
either league who can boast of Jbtlaf a
better third baaeman. considering everr
thing. than Lord, although many would
plac Frank Baker dt tbo Athletic and
Bobby Byrne of' Pius burgh oa th sanw
plaa witk klnh " -
Lincoln ! .t..'...'.v.'.:.
nuMiituies:;klot.wy tor Mann at right
forward. Iteia goals: Hughs. 4; Crocker,
. iwiot. ourarnroan. s: Methenv. l
Wilms, t; Mann. t. riugg. f. Pre throw:
Burkenroad. t: Ifiitf. a Point awarded:
isnian rtign ecoool. i. Kereree: Bran
non 'of Lincoln. I mptr: Hutchtton ot
Lincoln Young -Men s Christian associa
tion.; cVorer: C. . B. Reed ot Omaha.
Timekeeper i Homer 8. curtti. Tim ot
naive; - jo mi.iutr.
-- I or ow th Some.
Omaha ha ' seen It real basket ball
gam ot tho prevent Maaon.
. New for the t'1 elate high school bas
set aau tournament at . Lincoln this
Th cade,t -.- ra;mjit ' band furnished
brass hamony during tha intenaiauoa.
a cornet a-xo ortngu forth rouaoa ot a
A cvupie. of. ni!l end whit cheer
leader rvtV mo ttvwd to show its
vortferou cilor.a'whea th oaud wa not
p laying. . ...
; The Lincnln.r.i f tade a hit In red and
blai. t. lr. 1 Irtnit fd crimson ieraeya
while the 'oc-lls npiwared In their purple
aau. wane 'un.ionua.
'Attorn:'- ICowa-d. 2L BaMrlge and
Prof. Natltai t3?rr.aieia. one of the prom
inent meai!eTf the Omaha High school
farslrv.- were twa ef the most ardeat
rooters tenth local lads.
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NEW YORK CLU3 CAPTURES
: BIQ RELAY SWIMMING EVENT
NEW YORK March l-Tps City Athletic
elob team of New Tork woa tha o-yrd
national relay ' swimming cnamntenanlp
by an extremely cloae margin la It owa
tank tonight- Tho Chicago Athletic asso
ciation team wa defeated by what looked
It as but a fraction of an Inch aad prob
ably would havo been winner but for aa
unfortunate mBtak of one or Its wtm
larra The' New Tork Athletic club team
finished third. '
In th stomach, torpid Kvor. last back
and weak kidney -ar aoea relieved by
Elertrte Bitters. Ouaranteea. Be. For aie
by Beaton Srvg -Ca. :
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Defeat ' Xni at Basket Ball
yn at. r: pfti.: .
X01UU1 alUUG lull 0CUVB,
SOUGH TACTICS JY JATHAWXS
-low. ... Tr.pp....-p..yo. rati.
Offeader Pat Oat of Caaie,
" Whlek Goes to Nebraska,
S ta S8. , ,.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. March .-(Special Tel
egram.) Nebraska cloood th basket ball
essoa In -tho Missouri Valley conference
with a clean , slate by taking a cloe
gam from. Kan, the final score stand
ing 2 to. II. ':;.',
Tho game wa rough and unsportsman
like from tho (tart th Cornhusker root
er Joinlng ln the general disorder when
Kansas started roughing tha Cornhusker
player. I . i "
Right Guard. Hit of Kanaa waa tha
moat flagrant .offender, atriklng Hanxo
llk full in th fac with th ball about
tha middle . of th second half. Refer
Touton saw th play and penalised Kan-
Baa. . . , - ,.- - .
Brown .of .Kanaa wa banished by the
Jayhawker coach whan h dellberataly
triad to trip CtpUIn Frank during the
Mcond period. Frank wa running down
th field with, the ball when Brown put
hia foot In front of th Cornhusker Mar.
Th Kansas coach i promptly jrkd hi
Nebraska 'Started th gsm with Hyde
end Nagl.as guard in place of Haskell
and Frank. .Th Nebraska captain under
estimated th strength of th outhra-
ra and'th tint, halt clooed with th
cor In favor ot th southerner, 1 to It.
v Frank I promptly prsnted tho old lino
up and Nebraska soon overcam th lead
of th. Jsy hawkers. In th second halt
From that tlmo'tnd until th final whlstl
th. game wa alp and tuck with tb
Cornhuakera finally ; winning by th nar.
row margin ot 1 point :
With th score, three points to th good
for tho Cornhtsken. Hasellk was ejected
and a second team man -placed In kla po-
Itloru' Again, th -i Jayhawker became
dangerous, but' In th last minute of play
th CornnUsker scored th lucky goal.
Tb Corahukcr ttav not-been defeated
thi season by the Missouri Valley confer-
snc teams, th first tint a Cornhusker
baskst BaN suad hsyever gone through
th season- without-a defeat. Tb only
gm lost! during th Season waa at Min
neapolis to th Uophfr when th Corn
husker. wer minus "the service ot th
star guard. Captain Owen Frank. While
th Missouri Valley, confcience rules pro
vide thit'winntra of the' two . division
must pISy a championship series of th
gamea Nebraska anil ' undoubtedly be
conceded the championship since th
Oomhadkrrs lsv defeated th Jsyhawk
ars, th read -In dhe acuthern division.
four straight gam, two on th Knaa
floor and two on th Nebraska floor.
NEBRASKA: KANSAS. "
Hyd ...u. L.F. LP. Brown
Nagl ....t:......R.F.!R.F: :...(C.) 8tucy
Hiitner ..' C.C Boehm
Carrier .UU.I.u. : Ureenlee
Cndtrwood ....ItWHU. Hits
Hubatltutes: Hasksll for NarL Hanxellk
for Hyde. Btryker. for Hlltner. O. Franh
for Underwood. Kavih for Hansellk,
Smith for Greenlee. Baldwin for Brown.
Goals from field: Nagl (1), HUtner
Carrier 1. - Frank (t. Haetnll &.
Hansellk (1), Brown U), Utuckey !).
Boehm (IA Greenlee (II. Throws tram
foul line: Hyd (I), Brown it). Refer:
Touton, Wisconsin...'. ...
CURLEY DENIES VYENDOVER .
IS SELECTED FOR BATTLE
MINNBAPOL18. March I "The report
that tha fight between Jack Johnson and
Jim Flynn t to be held near Wendovar,
Utah, on July H, I mer ruenwork,"
said Jack Curly. Flynn' manager, to
day. "I htvs three town under consider
ation tn Nevada and I still feel partial
to Las Vegas. X. M ." said Curtey.
Oeorg P.- Shear, a New York Taaka tof the Blue Crass league. abJch woa th
recruit southpaw pneher. who' I expected 1311 pennant In that srganlxatMa. Hs
to do great thing daring lb eomlnc sea-! worked ia thirty-seven game. . wtnaJag
eoa.-Shear, only '2 year of age. is twenty and loslag ten. ' He (track oat Ml
feet r tnche tall, tho greatest nature batamea aad gar aixty-etx baars
of any member of Harry WolvartoaV ! kalis. : ' t .
quad. Shears hails fro tha Pari dub j ': .
BOWLING BEGINS. IN CHICAGO
Eeoord-Breakinp; Entry for Twelfth
American Tonrnament '
FIRST TWO DAYS' WOBK LIQHT
Bowler Pay Forty-Five Tkoaaaad
. Dollar la Entries aad Thirty s
Thowsaad Will Be' Dla.
tribated la Prise.
CHICAGO, ' March 1 With a reoord
breaktng entry list, th twelfth annual
tournament of the American Bowline
congress waa opened last night to con
tinue for twenty -two day. Dexter Park
pavilion wa packed to the door. Alder
man Tearney welcomed tho bowler with
an address, and then turned th allege
over to national official ot the American
Bowling congress, who rolled the ftMt
ball down th drive. .
Eighteen team, representing a (Chicago
organisation, took the alley for tu
opening game and th three weeks' play
that will be watched by bowler In sverj
tat formally waa under way. - ;
"Tomorrow squad of singles and
doubles will be lighr and Monday' wll
bo but little hotter. From then on bowlers
will compete almost every hour between
t o'clock In th morning until midnight
for record and cash prise. ..
. Katry Fee Total Big; 8am.
Thla year tournament eaally 1 the
greatest event held In th history of th
gam. Bowler have paid In almost M5.90U
In entrance fee, ot which ftt.Ott, nearly
trt.OOS mora than ha been awarded at
previous events, wtll b distributed in
pels. More than 4.000 men, representing
nearly every state In tha country, will
compete. Jlv hundred and ninety-four
five-man team, 1.413 two-man team and
i,M Individual make up the entry list.
Illinois haa entered nearly WO teams,
while Ohio will bo represented by asventy
nln five-man teams. Wisconsin ha fifty
nine, Missouri, forty-one; Indiana, twenty-eight;
Michigan, twenty-seven; Ken
tucky, twenty-two, and alxteen from
New Tork state. Numerous entries have
been received from Atlantic and Pacific
coast cities. New Tork, Philadelphia.
Washington and other eastern cities will
Teams will come from Los Angeles tnd
Seattle In tb tar west. Two Csnsdlan
province alio will b represented. In
th south team ar entered from several
ot th larger cities.
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the pain at once and reduces
the swelling very quickly.
- is penetrating and antiseptic
Mr. 8. L. aUrirsT, of S07 Cedar St, Cast-tBaoogs.Tssawsays--H
I sprained my an
kle, It pained m vary avoeh and was badly
swollea. After a few applieatioa ef
Stoaa's I .bat met ssy ankle wa rsUersa,
aad at now satirsly well."
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V . . Omaha, Nebraska
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