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THB BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6, 1912.
Proving Whether Fishing is a Sport or an Occupation
Copyright, Mil. National New Association.
By Hal Coffman
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HEKGST LEADS1H SINGLES
Displaces leiKa ia American. Bowl
' lag Co&gren Individuals.
OFFICIALS TO HOLD MEITHtG
tsttta Tui rail Nearly Threw
Maadrad rial Skart af KejaaliaaT
mm af (UMpiu la
- Flew-Mea Evawt.
CH1CAOO, nu March fc-Naw laader
enwil aat la the Individual event of
the American Bewllsg congrsee today
whsa ma Hengat ef Chicago. member
' f tha All-Malta, topelng tha fln-mtn
lata, alvlelea. mom Its Ha displace
Oeerg lUtoch of Springfield. Ilk, who
to the lead la tlx opening? event yesterday-
Hengat wii sot th only ana to make
hid Car ttlf championship a r. W.
Cktmr. aUaa a Chicago bewlr. rolled
U la tha esuad foUewtnf kirn. A Ulnt
cor la th elet "tlx hundred club"'
wg railaa by Haary Walkar af Chicago,
wbe dropped M Mat.
High acorw la tha twa-mea team event. !
aaad ay Schrteber and Btme yesterday,
wa aat ln danger teder. although Bleter. 1
maa aad Pelecbeck ft Chicago railed llfl
wale- pat theea la third place. Tka high
aoara a) 1471. s
Tka aaaual nwetlng a( tka American
Bowline eengrets officiate la ecbeduled
ta ba kild tomorrow. Prssldeat K K.
Byrasa at Indianapoll ta peeled ta at-1
tend. Mailer at routlna kuMnaaa ol
ba traaaaetao. '
Tnlkt Um tint aat-of-tava flva-maa
Vlittlrt Xnmt Ml naarly aM pint ihort
at aquallnc tha klfk aeora of tha Ckica
aaaa la the tlva-wwa amipatltlon tanlg ht.
Uiik aoora want ta tha Koutk Chleasa
taut No. 1 Tncr (ot LND pint, vhieh
at tkam la aacoad piaoa. Ot tka aut-al-
towa taaaw tha Jaduaaa ot Jackaoa.
Hick., aearad t pint and tha Caamo
aalltaaa ot Ckwlaad, acorad
Oaeoad klab acara.aaa mad by tht
Boblaalara at Ckletfa, who (at Ma pin.
Tka AU-lialta at dilcafo ara lr0ln(
tka alriatoa wh rh Ottld Topi at tfarlaf
tlaM, UL. third.
T, Raant. Calcan
T. W. tkrrr, Chlnaio.....
With Nebraska Here
Now Up to Kansas
If tha Ualvrlty ot Kanna manaca
mat can arranK to brine tha Jar
bawkcr baiket ball player her for threa
tame tha latter part of next week, Ne
braska and Kanaa will plar tha Mta.
aourl raller eharnplonahlp contHta la tha
Manafer Earl O. Eager f th Cora
kukr waa la Omaha Tueadar ta can
ter with Manager J. N. Otllan ot tha
Auditorium and reached aa arainat
an term for nee of tha but Id Inf. Tha
Kama roanafenwnt nuK bow ka aon-
ulted by Manatrr Raer bafora th
time ran b billed tor thai alty, JUa-
a wlihed to play her ei Moodav,
TuMday and Wedaeaday, but tha Audi
torium la rniMed by Omaha Jobbara far
Tuaaday alfbt. ' .
Pa Starts Trunks
to Joplin Early to
v Have Them on Time
AGREEMENT IN PROSPECT
BETWEEN OUTLAW LEAGUES
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. March L-lndlra-
tton point ta aa agreement between pro
moter af tha ColttmMan Baaa Ball laarua
and th United fftatM leaaue which would
raault la tka Columbian league'a laaulnc
fraaeblaea In aeveral additlonaJ altle. It
waa aald here today by Walter H. Paarra.
oaa at Ik local promotera of th C'alum-
Mr, Paaroa aaid tha Caluotklaa Jaagua
prokaMy wauia Ineluda rluba In, at leaet J
fgnt ot in loiwwina nine cinei; vh
caco, Fitteburfh, Loulartil, Clnclnutl.
at. Louli, Kanaa City, Milwaukaa. In
dianapolla and Cleveland,
TONY SMITH COMES BACK
TO PLAT WITH THE SIOUX
BIOV'X CI TV. March &.-Tooy Smith,
hortrtop. after playing two roar with
Broklya and Toronto veama, will return
to tha ftou tlly Waatarn league tka
aaaaon, hla aontraat being rlv4 today.
Thing have atarted moving toward
Joplin. Today, twa huge trunk, tha
largett Pa Kourke could get hla meat
kooka on. will leave tha Smokehouaa.
bound for tha Miaaourl town, there ta
lie In the depot for at laaat a week wait-
ina lor ino ree( vt wie iwiwrv w,,
la thee two big trunk ara enough
baaa balla to laat an ordinary team a
whole aeaaon, but Pa aaya ba la willing
to bat money agalnat doughnut that he
haa ta aend boma tor eoma more, "be
cauae," It a aald, "my boy ara going to
knock tha eover off of vry on of thoe
balla ar I am going to knock tha cover
off thoaa p layer." Bealdaa tka ball la
alinoat a trunk full of beta. Among thl
bunch of bat ar aome which were
priced a bora thatr monthly check by
eume of laat year' player.
Thirty baaa ball aulta of every Hi,
weight and hue ara jammed Into tbeae
trunca Tha ault ara not beautlea by
any maana, aad Pa aaya ba la afraid ha
will be cbaaed out of Joplin by th crowd
there an aaoount of tboaa aulta, which ha
guarantee will make tha bunch look Ilka
Irampa. Stocking of vry color Imag
inable ara ale mixed up In thla outlay
of canvaa haaaa, mak, glove, breut
body protector and anln guarda.
H. Walker, Chleag..
'. tarr, Chlcaca .'
ai neraa, Vbk.su
O. A. Wheeler. I hlraaa.......
M. Maaaa, Chkaae.,
O. T. Helf. tilxon. in
H. U Weber, Chicago
llaffl Marxeraf. c'klcaaa
Kramer. Cnlcago ,
w. Lueek, Beaver Dam ,
... I I
". BatV. Hharflalri III
1', Oraan. i higego
J. Eleterman ...... la
B. JWcieek, C'hleag , HI-1.M1
J. Jekaeaa ........,., M
M. Jehaaoa, Chicago eU-l,IK
' BIT M
aaga. Chicane I-L10J
w. Roee ia
v. H. J am nee, llaaauwd, lad., 171-l.t
r. m. Quin ;n
i aieern. Chicago ..; ov-l.DM
IV Buhr tH
H. Mayara, Chicago i-l,t
O, Lewie to
A. 9. Mlekmaa.CMcag ati-l.M
J. Henhman ... I
Walkar, Chicago .m.i....i. Stl-l.M
X Anderaon M
u. Hoecae, caicaga
r. Uit ......,. ...
A. W. Dumbour, Chicago
T. W; fhannel ,',
A. Herd, Chicago ..
I XocKadorf, Chicago
P. Emmetui, Chicago
SI. U Webber .
K Bark. Chlcag
' rira-alea Tea ate.
rVeuth Chlcag Xe, i, Chicago . fm
Vkioaieea. CMoag l.M
itreveart. L-fttcaga J 4
Hotel tA Kalle, Cnlcago....,.,. tan
Muneen rive. Chicago t :M
hmiMaa Kalghu No. M, Ckesaga.. 1UI
Jietet anannaa, Chicago 1.
ilraad Taeater. Cuieaeo.... t,te
THIRTY MEN REPORT FOR
IOWA VARSITY TRACK TEAM
iowa crrr. Man .-poci.)-
Tab-ty maa atlgtbH) tor tha varalty track
teaja report to Coach Kellogg thla art.
araoaa. Plane for tha evening aeaioa and
indoor practice waa caJleA for arary day.
TV proapecu at Iowa thla year ara fair
aat gaacardlaa to present dope the Hawk.
ayaa H1 have tha beat t
Wnk aa aaaaiianl coach la to aaraoa af
C. B. Packard there will be maca Inal
Mui MtoarJoa glvea the am. About
twaory proonlalag candidate reported for
tha fraahmea teaaa and their win atart
wark nth th earelty at aaee. There
wlQ ba at laaat threa fMeta arranged for
. at ;
f then will probably be with the Chi
cago yearling. -
PASADENA BEATS SAN MATEO
, IN POLO TOURNEY OPENER
BAN D1E00. Cel., March (.-By a score
of 'i to lt Paaadena' defted Ban
Mateo la tha opening game of the annual
polo tournament tor tha International
and Coronado cup ' here today. Th
tram lined np aa follow:
gen Mateo-Tom DrUcoU. W. L. Breeae.
II. Tobln. W. Devereaux. Paaadena Tom
Welee. Haggle Wet, Harry Welaa, Carl
" Tn mulch tomorrow wDI bo between
Santa Barbara and Coronado.
I , ' . .
. oiaaaa aaa neaiiig aiatrne.
ST. PAl'U March a,-Mlke Ulbbena of
at. Paul will meet Jack lienmng In a
ten-round bout before .Mi Kalrmount
Athletic club. New York, March V, the
McGeany aad Kelly ta rtht.
CHICAGO. March 1-aVddle MeOoony
and Hugo Kelly were mettled here today
to fight at KenoKha. , March l
Artlel.aof acreement etate that the flffht
la to go ten round! end that Hie flgtoten dnt hivlne been rloaad here lata today,
ar to weigh In at IU pound at . Fech man la to weigh In at till pounda at
a clock aa th afternoon oi the f ghl. ' a clock on the alieiKovo of Ihe tight.
OMAHA FITE Mf THURSDAY
Local Hig-h :hool Team to Flay Its
Opening- with State Farm.
KANT TEAXS ABE E5TEBXD
gtale High Schawl Baekrt Ball Taar
aey ta Call Oat tke Brat la tha
Btete Maaager Eager Aa
Two of the Big Boys
alary Clata AUatre4.
CUtClNNATI, O.. Marm a.-T Na-
vvtmu vea oea uvKoinw.. looay BJ-
Wwed the claim of flayer Justin Pltx
geraid against tha Kew Terk Amereraa
laaeru club for back aalary. Ptuceraid
eaaltaad tnat the XVw York Aawrtcaa
Isagu duh waa indebtad to him in the
ansa at bm. TBta eavereo n aaairy rroin
tka irtoaa of th seaaoa at tha Jersey city
olxb, to ttkaoi he waa acid on September
a. Hi, to October a. ta ana of
alltraa bets Dealetea.
ST. LOCH, hie , March k -Brooklyn
Tommy' iMtUvaa sise gt-ren th popular
deeua&a tontgha la tout autoi-round t.gtit
wit a Olke Kirn of Ht. Idem. Both men
foit fast nd furiously, hot kuUlran a
etiiiittion waa altgbtly v peeler to tut
at taw lacal u.
Tha Omaha High aohool qulnut'c Brat
gam la th atata high achool basket ball
tournament, which will be played off at
Lincoln thla week, wlU be with tha basket
ball five ot th Stata farm Thursday
venlng, according to tba official schedule
announced by Maaager Karl O. Eager
If the local lada win from tha agrl
cultural lad they will meat th wlnncr
ct tha game between tba Geneva and Au
bura High achoola Friday afternoon at
o'clock. Skould Coach Clark puptla suc
ceed In winning both preliminary contests
they will ba eligible for the eeml-fl rials
and finals, which will ba pulled oft Sat
urday evening, beginning at t o'clock
Th final drawings will be made Saturday
morning by C. U llarknes. secretary of
tha Vnlvenlty Young Men'a Christian association.
On account of th large number of
entries, twenty-alx team averaging eight
lad t a equad. It will ba poeeible to an
tertaln only halt of tha player entered
at tha fraternity houses. Tin real will
ba accommodated at hotels.
Following ara tha drawings for gamaa a
announced by Maaager Eager: .
Tocumaeh agalnat Ord.
South Omaha agalnat Trenton.
Central City against Nebraska City.
Wahoo against Blair.
Kidney against Elgin. . . -
Beatrice against Norfolk.
T. Ovnara agalnat Auburn. ; i ,
Tka rsday Erealag. x
a Omaha against flats Farm.
Aurora- against Oethengura).
1 York agalnat Humboldt '
II.; Hchuyler agalnat rttromeburg. f
If. Vnlvwalty Place agalnat rHantna.
IZ. Lincoln against Crete. .. .
' Friday 'Afteraaaa.
Beginning at t o'clock.' winner of t
play I; I play 4: S p!y ; T play
i 11 playf 1. .11 play 11 .
Beginning at 1 K winner of 1 and
playa winner of 1 and 4; winner of I and
I play winner of Aarora-Oothrnburc
same; wiener ot II and W plays winner ot
U and li
Seml-flnala and finals.
English Has Four
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., March . C'Arence
English, tha Omaha welterweight, tonight
announced that he had aimed for lour
tight In tha south thl month. Th sched
uled contests are aa follows:
Paddy Sulllraa,' tea round at Atlanta,
Oa.. March It
Eddta Hundla, champion of the couth.
tea rounds at Atlanta, Qa. March U.
Pete Shaughnaaey at Fort Worth, Tex,
Rube Smith at Dallas, Tex., March f.
EARLY STAKES ANNOUNCED
FOR THE HARTFORD MEETING
HARTFORD, Conn,. March I Th Con
aecUcut Fair association haa decided to
offer CAM ta early closing purse for
Its grand circuit meeting deptember 2
to T, 111. at Charter Oak park. Hartford.
The Charter Oait," 114 trot, HMO.
The Cbaiajnonahlp," tree for ail trot.
The Capital City.'' H trot. ."".
startera named August ki. aemloAUojia
tranafsrable up to that data.
Tha Corinthian." . trot, 0.g; start
ers named August aX nommauooa trans
fer, bie up lo that date.
"The Acorn." l:X trot,
'The Juvenile." i:M trot. tt,M.
"Frea-For-AII." pace. U.o.
'The Nutmeg." 1 10 pace. ex.eS: starters
named August K. aemluauona transfer
able up to that data.
Entrtee rinse Tuesday. March al IS1J.
when horses mutt ba named In all purses
excepting numbers a 4 and t.
JULIAN LANDS HARD RIGHT
mr.H STOPS GO WITH BROCK
CLEVELa. . . alarca --Ia a aebed-
aled twelve-rcund go her tonight be
tween Kid Julian ot Syrsc. aad Matt
Brock ot ClcTaland lb tight .was art
with tittle to ehocse bstweea th two on-
Ul tka slrth. whan Julian landed a right
swing ta the law. thaf sent Brock threa-rh
the rope. Shoved back into th tin;, be
waa aa groggy that tba fight was atopped
and tha dectadoa given JeiUn. Tha fight
er weighed In at 14.
-KM" Oravo of Milwaukee and Lao
Keller af e. Louis also fought. Orseej
shewed irreater cleeerataa. but there waa
mora power behind K ..lay's puncSta. Ha
waa awarded ta decision
Objects to Service
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March l-8peclal Tele
gram.) 8oma -time ago Guy Green
brought suit In th federal court her for
damages placed at tva.OaJ. tha defendants
being tha National Association ot Base
Ball Clubs and th members ot th board
of that organisation. Service ot th oum-
mone waa made on Norria O'Neill. P real-
dent of th. Waatarn league. Attorneya
Tyrrell and Mortality filed a special ap
pearance In the federal court In whlcn
they set up the court had no Jurisdiction.
because It ia alleged no service was bad
oa tha real defendants.
Servlc on O'Neill ia held defective tor
Ihe reason ha doea not Itv In th att
and when be waa served waa In tha state
simply to attend to litigation In which
he waa interested and therefor not sub
Ject to service.
Famous Chalmers .
Team to Stop Here
Th famous Chaimer Detroit bowling
team of Chicago will, on their return trip
from Los Angelea. where thay attended
tha western bowling tournament, play a
pacta! match with tha Stors Old Saxon
Ilrau on Thursday night at Morrison i
alleys, 141M4U Harney street. The
Chalmers team la composed of such world
renowned bowlers as James Blouln and
Bob Ilolfe. Tha Old Saisn Brau'a lineup
will be C. Hanaan. M. II. Stuns. L. M.
Olerde. Henry Frttscher, C. M. Cochran
and W. F. Weber. There will be no
charge for admission.
INDOOR REVOLVER RECORDS
ARE BROKEN BY ARMSTRONG
POKTI-AND, Ore.. March J.-World'
Indoor revolver records were broken here
today by George Armstrong, formerly of
Seattle and now of Portland. Th records
were at twenty yards and tor twenty
shot, twenty-flv hot. thirty shots and
fifty shot In artificial light, aad were
made under sanction ot th United States
Armstrong's score tor th respective
distances wera lag out of a possible WO;
Ml out of a pooslbls ts: IK out of a possi
ble Jut. and 4S1 out of a poeaible W. '
Armstrong held ' tha former records,
sharing the twenty-flva-shot title with A.
P. Lena of Now Tort
JERRY WARNER INELIGIBLE
' Plerc Defeat Wtaaer.
PIERCE, Nb., March .-(Bpclal.)-The
Fierce High achool basket ball team
defeated tha Wiener High school team
here tonight by th decisive score of it
to a The visitor were completely out
classed and at no time were they within
striking distance ot victory. Lineup:
Mohr-Kelmer R.F.I RF. A. McOIII
Vanderpool ....L.F.IL.F Wagner
Manake (C) C.lc K. McGlll (C)
Huberts R.G.1RO Nye
Witten L.O.IL.O Schuls
Field goals: Wiener. I: Pierce, U. Free
throes: Wiener. I: Pierce. I
Caraaaa Baas Hlsaeelf.
i iwvmnv. Ia. Ifareh A Snecial Tele
gram.) Broder Carstena, a German la-
faw.. MnMllld mlriit. In him mnm ovee
the Mardn Saggua raloon tonight. He
had used a leather wmp. lying it to tne
hi... t a .Fnnm rwl ennui htB neck.
Ha wrote a not In German to a feUow
member of the German Odd reiiowr
lnd?a aavlnar he tired of life Slu!
aaking a proper buraL He waa 40,
slnr.e and baa a suter at Manninj. anu
a cousin at Schlaawlg. -
Jess Pederaan, tha Dana (above), and of the two big grapotera, both ( whoi
Toasift Mahmout, tha Turk, wba wrestled I ere an tba trail ot Chajaptoa Frank
ia Chlcaga Friday night I March I). The Gcteh. Mafcaest la to wrestle B.-oJI at Cie
pbotofraph sreeaat excellent Ukccesses Oaaha Aoditorwia oa Frtday alght. -
rertlsa It in Tha Be Want Ad columns.
Key to tha 8!tuaUoc-3ee Advertising.
. Cloa aad Sehaaaderwr Matebed.
LOI tSVUJ.E, Neb.. March a-SpectaL)
WraetllKg tana of this city are an worked
up over the match which has bean ached
uled for March IS at thla piace between
Oeurge Ulan of Aurora aad Frank
Brhmederer of th's city. Schmadarer en
ya tka enafldence ot tha auort IotIhx
fratenrttv of Lmierl'.le. wba lenk t ham
ta upholj th pro a ess at th towa, ,
If UN . "
Captain-Eleot of Nebraska Foot Ball
Team Cannot Play Bext FalL
aurr school after season
Needed Twelve Hoare Credit, hat
Heard Call af Fares aad Naer
, Era la Frank Will Prob
ably atieea Mlaa.
Jerry Warner, captain-elect ot th 111!
Nebraska foot ball eleven. In now Inelig
ible for next season' play and hla suc
cessor will be elected wlthla a short
lima by tha letter men of tha Cornhuaker
eleven of last fall.
Warner quit school Immediately after
the close ot th foot ball season last
fall, hearing tha call of tha farm. lie
did not wish to return to school at the
beginning of tha UU foot ball season, but
tha urgent pleaa of his teammatea ot th
year before Induced him to come back.
He played at quarter and waa tha aensa
lon of tho Missouri valley.
Warnera father owna a large farm In
tha southern part of th stata and on this
the young Cornhuaker la now working.
He expect to take over th management
of the farm within a short tint and
teels that be ought to be with hi father
In school Warner waa a good student
and easily made all hla credit. Rule
of tha Missouri Valley conference will
now keep him from playing even though
he ihould return. H dropped hi studies
for th first semeatsr and became In
eligible ' thereby. It waa accessary, In
order to play next year, to make twelve
hour university credit during th first
emester. There Is no way now by which
ba can become qualified to play with the
eleven next fall. His auccessor will be
elected from among tha men who won
their letters last fall.
Ere I Frank, tha splendid little half
back, la regarded aa th logical choice
for the position. Little Frank will play
hla third and last season with tha Corn
huakera next fall. He waa tha only man
other than Warner mentioned for tha
honor next fall, but ha withdrew from
tha race In order to make Jerry' election,
unanimous. All members of th team are
now In favor ot young Frank.
GUN CLUB REALTY COMPANY,
RE-ELECTS OLD OFFICERS
The stockholders ot th Omaha Rod and
Qun Club Realty company held their an
nual meeting hut night at tha Younii
Men'a Chiietlan association building. Tha
treasurer's report and tha election of tho
hoard of directors waa tha only business
transacted. The following director were
re-elected: W. 8. Sheldon. F. L. Good
rich. A. F. Bloom. T. H. Welrich, C. L.1
Dundy, F. R. Dufrene, E. O. Furen, '
George W. Craig. Ralph RusaelU S. r.h
Swansea and A. F. Whltmore.'
Mahssoat Throws Pate.
RACINE. Wis., March l-Turetf klah
mout aeteatod Michael Chemjakln. the
Russian Pole, in two etraight fella thu
evening before the Drexel Athletic club,
winning tha first fall In It minute with
a toe hold and the second in ;c:4i with a
In tho preliminary bout Joseph Smel
kel. the Bohemian, took two falle from .
Joha Peneck. Ihe New Tork butcher, in 1
II minutea and seconds.
If you have anything to exchange ad-
Sloan's Liniment is tha best remedy for
sprains and bruises. It quiets
the pain, relieves congestion and
reduces the swellinjveryquickly.
Mr. Hxxnr A.Voskl, M Sees.
ereat St., Flaiaaeld, N ..wrileal
-k friend apralaed kla ankle so
hedly that it weal black. He
laughed ekes I told hi at I weald
have kiiu out ia a week, but I
soaked kla foot aad thea applied
gloss's Llauaeet, aad la foer
dare he was working, sad said
taatwM a rigUgoodUaiaMot.
Mr. Jos. HaTcaaa. of Seine, i
N.C B.F.D. No. . writes: -My J
n&nebtnr anrainad ker wrle I
aad ska spotted Bleaa's llslsa
aad M ha as hart ker a sea
!j urjlquaScd as an antiseptic beah cots, wounds tad bums, and
win draw tb poison from sting of poisonous insects.
' Alaldeelsrs. rSSe. SO. aad 11.00.
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averages from 8,000 to 10,000
miles per set.
Made in two body styles a
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the most distinctive type of
motor car built.
GUY L. SMITH
, 2205 F amain Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
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