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THE BEE: OMAHA, THUKSDAT MARCH 21. 1912.
j Jeff Has a Peculiar Sense of Humor
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SUrJDNT. Now VS Out MT T 461
V Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher j
COLD T0PS'SC0EE IS 2,693
South Omaha Team Second in Early
Squad of Five-Men Event
i.'mvr BSIGGS CHEEKS TEEM 03
Hera of Fight with CMfleU Pe
. ellaee to Bell with Mee-la
! Mn Hot Kir l Aay
j' . Hard Feelings.
CHICAGO, Mxerh -Fpeclal Tele
ItaWrWi Oold Top, cheered en
by John K. Brigs, tbe South Omaha
chief of police.' whose sensational ex
ploit la killing two at the bandit, who
figured in the murder of tlia offlc.ala
ot tha Lincoln penitentiary, railed tha
second highest score ot tha aarly ahif
( flre-mea teems, which rollad In tha
marie an Bowling congress tournament
here tonight, tiie team marking np leu
mark good enough to future away up
la tha pnie money at tba finish.
Tha aertee u featured by tba aense
tlonal work of L. O. ailbreelh, who
opened with at strikes, which termi
nated n an error. Ho spared twelve 'end
track out. Brim declined to roll with
tha team In order not to "atir up any
hard feelings," accord hut to tha way he
Thrllle waWUckiag In the minor aranti
t tba American Bowline congress tour
nament today. A long cannonading of
tba plna left tba taadera In tba aim lee,
doubles , and ' all . eventa unchanged.
Koehaatar, N. T and Louisville atlU
hold tbe premier positions. (
Oeorge Waraam and Charlaa Melsner
ct Dayton. O., beaded tba performer
In tba doablea with LIN. Their chance
ef landing a LW score waa ruined In the
first am, hi which Wamam had three
error and a split, wblla kla partner
alee bad three error. It W. rraalet
nd B. W. Stephen of 'V'heetlng W. Va.,
ware aaoood high af the ' flay wITrgllW.
Hermaai CoUioe and U helbecit tha
Columbus veterans, wb wea tha cham
pionship la HW. were orf form and
topped at LaM. " r v
Eddie Mayor of IodlanaooMe led la the
tingle with a acora ef C3.' setting: only
on error. Henry Edwarde of Buffalo,
y flniahint with four etrlkea. waa able
to peore for tba aecond high total
f the day. Four other player regie.
tared double eooree;
RAIN STOPS FUN AT JOPLIN
Scheduled Five-Minnte Practice
Game Fail to Materialize.-
EXPECT TO WTS TODAY EI EOMP
Rraa rrabahly Villi Be tlreri la
rttch Opealaa; laalaa Agalaat
. : Trailer Dadrvra mmt All
to liet Chaaae,
' JOPUX, Mo., March .-(Special Tele
gram.) Rain today prevented the Bang
era from Indulging In an Impromptu five,
mine battle aa had been echeduled arid
the day a work waa reetrlcted principally
to batting and fielding practice. .
. The Itourke aquad expect to romp
away from the Joplln Trolley league
when tliey tangle tomorrow afternoon In
the eeaeon'a flret oonteat. Manager Arbo
gaat aald tonight that tba entire crew
will likely be given a chance to work dur
ing the game.
In all probability. Jack Ryan will be
alerted to own hoeUUtle tor the Omaha
club. Byan la In great ahape, better, m
Jact, their any of tha other Hurler and
W thl rraaon he doubtlea will be placed
to pitch the flrat three or four Inning.
ELGIN TROPHY RACE WILL BE
1 FEATURE OF NATIONAL MEET
EUN, 111., March -Tbat the Elgin
National trophy raoe would ba tha feat.
are of the Elgin rational Automobile
race next Auguat. waa decided at the
annual meting of the ttlaln Road Ra
eaeociaUo held here today. ObjeoUona
to tba aubatltutioa of a free-for-all race
for the trophy event, waa auatalned. it
waa aald. by officer of tha unum,
The entire elate of lull director waa re
elected. They are: H. D. Hemnena.
Philip Frelle. r. W. Jenka t t
eebmttae, . o. Heywwod. M. 8. Aldridge.
O. W. oioaa, W. C. Wlllaon and W. H.
Healy. The 1W officer probably will
ba re-elected, Plan for a nermanant
grandatand n the race course were aub-
muted by Chairman Boot. ,
J. C. Klanck
1. J. Kltipatrlrk
1 Q. Ollbraath
C. M. 2axp
Oraad total ......
E. Meyera, tedlanapoaa
H Edward. Buffalo
SI Herman, Cleveland
& Ko. Wheeling. W.-Va. ..
Al galbach, Columbua
St. kuil Ifulevllla
& Wood, Whtellng. W.
U. untnm, cieveiam
M. Locker, Dee Uo4ee
M. Knox, lndlanaooll
r. o-ullouh. Indianapolla ,
O. rerrv, Toronto -
W. Steve. Buifalo ,
li. Ludwlg. CliHiunati
D. (MdrDan, Leulavllla
C. Mann, Louknill-
1, t reman, iartoa ............
J. liuebler, Cieveiand
if. Frohmann, Colombua
V. Pnae, Ctarluburg, Va..
C Metener. Daytoa, 0.
W. mevenaoa. Wlieeling. W. Va. I
w. Huron -
J. Oardrll, Louisville
H. Orotearatli, Cleveland
11. Krpaallnc Lou!r.llle .
J. Hoffmeibler ...........
J. laerman. Dee Moinea .......
W. Uunkina n
J. Ray, WneeUng. W. Va.
A. Blmon. Ctnclnnatl ,
K. Herman ......
H. Iwcbt, Cleveland
O. Wood. Jr .
H. MUla Wheeling. W. Vs.
A. Vutherlaad, Toronto. Can....,
M. McUrath. Cieveiand
H. Kdwarii ..
M. Warnr, buffalo
1. Mri arth', Dee Molnee
F. Frohmaner, Columbua
W. Gerry. Toronto. Can.
C. gciineider, Jr, Daytoa
. lewey , M
1. Prankeaberg, Clarksburg,
W. Va. ..
W. Carroll ...
1. Prank en uerg. Clarksburg,
A. Hanman. Toronto. Can.
P. Huenke. ClncinnaU .
Oppa A merlins, Oehkosh...
. Xint. Milwaukee ,
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HARRY BUCKLES MAKES NO '
SHOWING AGAINST DANIELS
8T. JOBWH, Mo., March M.-Muec4ai
Telegram.)-Harry Burklea, the Omaha
lightweight pugilist, luted only three
rounds tonight with Kreddle Daniels, the
local boxer, and their arhednird fifteen
round bout we awarded to the latter
after half a minute' fighting In the third
Buckle ahowed ' clearly In the flrat
round that be waa not In condition for
the match, aa Dealela played with him.
although he did no work, at tha end of
the round he waa tired and weak. '
Noted Mascot of the
Iowa Foot BaU Team
, - - JCondened to Die
-IOWA CITT, la, March -Bnclel.-
Wben Iowa City police authorlttea to
day notified hla owner that Bumski, the
noted, not ta say notorious Dana bull
dog of the Blgma Alpha Epstioa fraternity
house must be killed, tbey rang the
deatbknell to the life of the moat fa
mous canine student circles of Iowa have
ever known. The ukese come aa tha
result of repeated fights Buraakl ba
entered Into with other more peaceable
member of Iowa City' dog population.
Bumakt'a nam I familiar ko mora than
(.dot alumni . of the atate university of
Iowa scattered throughout tha United
Mate and he haa been given the honor
of being the second oldest Inhabitant of
the aula university' campus, the flrat
honor' being accorded to veteran Jimmy
Barry, guardian of Iowa Field.
Bumski la 14 year old. Two Tears
after bia eye opened to the green grass
. Little Man with Big Bat
of the unrvsraity campua he cam Into
the poaasmoa of Nyte Jones, famous foot
bail captain of the Iowa eleven of not
He fought tha battle of a champion
until there wasn't a ewr within a nuilua
ef five mile at tit university that dared'
contest hi right. The dag has been on
foot bail flelda from Marshall Pletd In
Chicago to the Nebraska gridiron at
Lincoln. .: '
Aa death ape roaches Mm Bumski boasts
of no lea than, fourteen scars oa hla
body, a broken foot, one blind eye and a
lost ear. Sigma Alpha Epstioa fraternity
men will read ef Bumskl'a trouble with
sorrow. Active member of the chapter
say be 1 to be put to death In the most
humane way poaalbte anl if It wasn't for
the Iowa City police, declare be never
would come to such a sad end.
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secret eg two big sets la the Taakee camp year.
KILBANE OFFERED $50,000
FOR TWO YEARS' CONTRACT
LOS ANELs March A-Manager
Tom McCarey of the Vernon Athletic
olub telegraphed today to JUmmy Dunn,
manager of Johnny Kllbane, the feather
weight champion, a raan offer of fbS.OOs
for the exdusrv service of Kilbane aad
hlmeslf for a period of two year "to
date from the moment you sign the contract"
If you have anything to exchange, ad.
Tertlse It la The Be Want Ad column.
H h lUArV 41
Dr. Roller Fails to
Make Good on Match'
With Oscar Wasem
Dr. B. F. Roller failed to make good
on the balance of the wager of 9C0O to be
poeted with The Bee by Tuesday for bia
wrestling match with Oscar Wasem. and
thereby forfeited the U) which bad been
posted by him tor the match by F. A.
Lyon of Aurora.
Pete Look deposited $300 far Waaom,
but the amount was not covered by
Roller or bia backer. Roller delegated
full authority to Jack Curler, who waa
In Omaha aa manager of Jack Flynn. to
complete arrangement for the match.
Curley did not put up the rest of tbe
money or sign any agreement, simply get
ting Into an argument with Loch over
who might, be eslected a referee.
Heldea Throw Vlaa.
NEBRASKA CITT, Neb., March -(Rpecial.)
A large crowd waa preeent at
Eagle hall laat evening to wltneea the
wrestling match between John itolden of
Omaha and Roy Terry of thla city.
Kolden won both bout In abort time.
He waa too heavy for Terry, who la a
clever lightweight wrertler. Hniuen will
go to Talmage next Monday ta wrestle
with Vlox. the heevywela-ltt wrestler,
who a short time since broke the ankle
of Lenuuy Cope of thla city In a match.
Helped Beat the Yankees
PIRATES CLOSE IN THE LEAD
Win Undisputed Title to First Place
in Tri-City League.
CEEIGHT05 MAT TIE FOB SECOHS
heald Lee I Jf Igh gekoad Five Beat
' (oath Osaaha geeead Tlsae, Warm
Fight for Seeesd Weald
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, P. W. VI' Pet
Pirate .' 14 12 . 1 .SST
Crelghton 14, 11- ' 3 .785
Omaha High achool .,. U ' 10 1 .?
B. o. H. a u 4
Bellevtie 14 . i .35
rnlvndttf of nmaha... 11 4 f .307
Tramps 14. S IS .186
Council Bluff e "Y"... 1) I U 77
Last nlght'a acorea: '
Crelghton) i. Council Bluff T",
Pirates. 17; L'nlvaralty of Omaha, T.
By negotiating win In last night'
game the fast Pirate quintet and the
Crelghton college basket ball teams
clinched first and second place In tbe
potest for the cup In the Trl-Clty Basket
Ball league. Tjie Plratesr gained the
undisputed title to first place, while
Crelghton will be tied for second Jionors
It the local high achool. can administer
a second defeat ta the South Omaha
toaaera when the two meet tor the last
time Saturday night.
Council Blurts lost by default, falling
to appear and ao Referee Kiewltt awarded
the game to the colleglane by the score
of I to a The Crelghton play eta were
disappointed aa tha latter men were ail
resplendent In their new. sweaters and
seemed anxious t show them to the
The Pirate, a wa xpected. had little
trouble In vanquishing the varsity quin
tet. They ran up a big acora In tbe
flrat halt and secured a safe lead. The
university ptayere- showed "trt - am
fighting spirit that baa characterised their
play, all aeasonvhut, during tha flrat hair
were unable to get Into tbe gam at all
In the aecond half thir play wa area
better than the league leader and they
succeeded In . making more score tbaa
Tbe game wa marred by several vae
cldeata. Keal Parson, guard oa the
Omaha team, received a bad cut over tbe
left eye in tbe first half, but finished the
game. Oeorge Parish, the other guard,
on -the university squad, received a
PIRATES. I'M. OF OMAHA.
Barrowman ....R.F.I R.I Whltcomb
Oraham L.F...LF Ulreniow
Hhlelds C. V Jerome
Welgel UO.IUO Parish
Robinson L.O.IUO Persona
8ubetltutlon: University of Omaha,
Salisbury for Whltcomb; Dow for Jerome.
Field goals: Graham, Bhlelda,; Bar
rowman, I: Dow, L Free throws: Gra
ham. 1; Whltcomb, 4: Parish. 1 Referee:
Kiewltt. Timekeeper: Prucha. ocorer:
Presidents of Big
Meet at Chicago
CHICAOO, March - Sk-preeldenU of
unlverxlUea composing the "Big Eight-
conference were scheduled to meet here
today to deliberate on the difference
which have arisen among the various In
stitutions regarding athletic, particularly
summer baa ball.
Vi hoiher tbe conference Is to eland, be
recognised or dissolved was the Import
ant Question to be coneiderod.' Tbe
meeting waa at the Invitation of Presi
dent Harris of Nortbwsstera university.
All presidents were expected to be pres.
ent or represented by proxy wtth the ex
ception of President Oeorge E. Vincent
of Minnesota who attended the banquet
of the presidents hut night, but waa
obliged to return home before today's
It was said the faculty reoreeenUUvee
would hold no meeting today. Prof. H.
W. John ton. chairman of the conference
committee ef athletic having held that
the meeting, according to rule, could
not ge on before one week from today.
It was decided at the meeting of Janu
ary Z7, that aa amendment proposed at
that time could not be adopted or re
jected before tbe expiration of sixty day.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ATHLETICS
Omaha Boys to Hold numerous Con
' - ' tests Juring the Summer.
BASE BAIL LEAGUE IS FLAMED
Flrat CesapetttlTO tea test af Year
.Will Take Plaee Tharaday Evea
, las la Swlmsalag Pee! at
the -Y. '
Tha Omaha Sunday School Athletic
league waa organised In the conference
rooms of tbe local T" association last
evening when repreaentatlvea from sev
er si of the church athlctlo clubs of tha
Ictty discussed plan for the year along
tne nne of swimming. Das nau ana
Most of tbe athJetio contests tinder the
auspices of the 'league will be held at
the T" gymnasium, and when the ball,
season opens the lade will use tha aa-
sodaUon diamond at the 'T" summer
park In East Omaha, Aquoatlc at Carter
Lake will also be taken up It enough In
terest I aroused In the sport.
The first competitive contest of tbe year
will be held In the 7 swimming pool
Thursday evening, hTwrch St, when team
of four boy each from all Sunday schools
in this city wishing to 'be represented
will match their prowess In a list of
water eventa that will furnish a good
drawing card. All lads entered lTt these
events will be divided Into two classes,
tha first group containing all lad IS
year of age or under, and the second di
vision those ever II gear.
Base Ball Leagae.
It Is also planned by the promoters
of the league to organise a base ball
league for the coming season to Include)
eight teams and perhaps more. A series
of game will be echeduled and K ia ex
pected that the diamond game will prove
a popolar diversion for the member of
the league during the summer months.
Many local minuter have entered Into
the Idea of such an organisation with
their hearty approval and have assured
Director MaxwwU of Chair support.
Following I the cmamlttee which will
draw up1 plana for the year with the as
sistance of Physical Director Maxwell of
the local association: Homer Pax ton
of Walnut Hill Methodist; O, E. Bchell
berg of Kountse Memorial; Alfred Kit
ten house of First Methodist; B. O. War
ren of Bt. Stephen's Episcopal, and P. P.
Jordan of Hanacom Park Methodist .
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S UaHilSssil aCifca fa .Mstssj Tray.
Charter Hemphin. former member af
the New Tork Taakee eotfleU and new
Manager of the Atlanta Sowthera leagne
team, whoa nine walloped the Taakee
the other day with "Hemp playlag In
tha game. The score was d to 1 aad
Hemphin scored so of the tear ran wtth
a hoaner. thereby receiving large hunks
. blood poison
Whan the blood becomes Infected with tha Tiros of Contagious Blood
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I -n ioot- sore and blemaihea, and whan 8. 8. 8. hag thoroughly parinad tha
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