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The Arguments Are AH In.
YOU, tAS AND
the rest of 1
BEATRICE COMES FOR BATTLE
High Sohool Team to Meet the Local
Lads at Rourke Park.
GAME FOE FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Cunteat to Have 1Mb llenrlnir on (lie
Slti . Cunmiilonshlp IJnrl
I.'nitr, from Lincoln, Will
Today li the big day tor the Omaha
High achool foot ball team and all 1U
supporters, aa the Beatrice and Omaha
team will fight for blood In tho gamo
at ltourko park, whlah will decldo the
championship of the state. Ilolh teunn
are evonly matched In weight, but Be
atrlce has the advantage In the fact that
ltitteatn Is made Up largely .of .old play
er 'of last year's -'team. Omah&d'fk a
Wge 'number of new men omits lineup,
but under the iklllful handling of Coach
M11U have been made to do tbo work of
a veteran tram.
Tb gamo with Lincoln brought ottt tho
formidable strength of the' "Omaha' lino,
which In one of the best In years.
To make tho team moro iure of Itself
Coach Mills haa taken trips down to the
park every night thla week, bo that the
eleven might aocuitom themsolves to tho
Coach Mills gave II all man and the two
ends a stiff drill of forward paselng,
dodging and running down punta. Ho
atrico la said to have a couple of crack
crjack ends, and the Omaha ends, House
nnd Hughes, havo been trained particu
larly In fast offensive work.
The purplo and whlto eleven lms been
worked to Its utmost this week nml hna
practiced under lock and key In develop
ing Its new formations and trick plays.
'The team has entirely recovered from tho
gruelling contest of last week and will
enter tho game In perfect condition for
The second team under the direction of
Coach Selby has been working hurd tho
last week so that it may turn the tables
on Valley High school, who defeated tho
Omaha High Reserves by a 28 to 0 score.
The scrubs have something up their
sleeves and expect to give Valley a sur
prise In the line of tricks and so forth.
The reception committee of the Omaha
High school Boosters' club under the
leadership of Leo McShane will meet the
Beatrice crowd at the Burlington and
rscort them to tholr headquarters at the
Itome hotel. Prom there the Ueatrlcn
teem will be taken In automobiles to th
park In the afternoon, 'ine following
lineups wilt reppresent the two teams in
Officials tor the gums
Karl liuger of Nebraska;
ot University Place.
Long on Cripples
Manager Ohman of llellovue has com
pleted arrangements for the playing ot
Mornlngsldo 'foot boll tdam at Rourke
1'ark, upon the coming Saturday, No
vember 0. This will be the first oppor
tunity that Omaha fans have had for
several years to see Uie Indians at
work and a large crowd Is expected.
The state teachers' association, which
Ilia brought many alumni, and ex-students
nf thfischool back to Omaha was the
deciding factor j In scheduling the game
on the Omaha, gridiron Instead of out at
the college athletic field as Is generally
The Momlngside aggregation while
outweighing HolsteV men Jiavo always
met worthy opponents In the . Indium,
who bald them to a solitary toilchdown
rte years ago on their own field,
UiMete's lineup .will be somewhat weak'
id by th. loss of Jones, fullback, who
r .'italutMl a severely wrenched kneo In
'I Vtealeyan game last Saturday and
. j lie unable to play again this season
Jtaidtrman has been shifted from end
t hi barkflfld and will prbably cIitb
i w ' llasnr t t'ie t.- la k -ioslt'
'(hu ruUine- same with AYesleyun
JURTHe osg IS (VOW
lout tfrturduy has left Ilolsto with tint
largest number of disabled men which
he luis Imil to contend with all season.
Altschutcr and Dowden, halfbacko, are
suffering from Injuries, and two first
team substitute) are out for tho scosdu
Although llolste 1m, not making any
statement as to the score of tho coming
gamo with tho Bloux he expects a
hard tight and Ih hopeful of holding tho
fnst Sioux City warriors to as low a
score an did Crelghton two weeks ago.
No Joy in Kansas
Foot Ball Camp Just
at Present Writing
UVWRUNCK, Kan., Nov T.-Tho de
feat of the Jayhawkcra by IJonulv Owen's
flooncrs on McCook field, and thu great
battle between tho All&nourl Tigers and
Btlelim Cornlitislip rn, has (urnUip thA
aopemers oi me vauoy material 10 oc
cupy their minds . until tho Nebraska-
Kansas game In Lincoln, two weeks off.
There Is no doubt In tho minds ot the
followers of tho gamo hut that from
comparatlvb scores tho Jawhawkera nro
on tho short end of the argument. There
seems small chunca of error In compar
ing Missouri nnd Kansas, from tho for
mer's 14 to 0 ylctory over the Hooners In
the Oklahoma camp, and tho lattcr'a R
to 5 defeat on Its own field and supported
by Its entire rooting strength, etc
Possibly tho elomqnt of luck wns
slightly In favor of tho floonors, but there
seems llttlo excuse why tho Jnwhawkors
should not havo won by ut least two
touchdowns. Kunsas hud practically
every advnntngo of weight and of play
ing on tho homo field. Tho Juyhawkor
line wns easily the strongeit and hur
ried all ot the Sooner plays, but the
HPcedy halfbaclCH, Reeds and Courtrlght,
carried tho ball for consistent gains and
outclassed their opponents In returning
punts and open field running.
Tho question which the followers of the
Jayhawkera nre asking themselves Is,
Whore Is Kansas going to find the of
fence to win from Nebraska In two
weeks? There Is llttlo doubt but that
the line wjll compare favorably with any
In tho valley. Individually the buck field
seems to bu composed ot good men.
"Dutch" Martin has demonstrated his
speed and shiftiness, and Ilolllday Is close
on his heels. Detwtler and Coolldge, also
halfbacks, nro fierce line plungers and
good defensive men. Coleman and Tu
dor, each weighing around 1S5 pounds,
started the Sooner game at the halfbacks
and played a fairly consistent game. Price
Hnd Parker both have shown ability n I
ground gainers. , i
Mosso has four fullbacks, Stuewe,
Miller, Rambo and Ilowron. None of I
these men has been In condition to play I
a gamo so far '' this season. If there I
men arc In good condition by the Com-
husker game the prospects will be
brighter, With such wealth of back field
material It seems that Kansas should
have a great scoring machine.
country Team is
Off for Columbia
LINCOLN, Nov. 7,-(Spoclal.)-Tho Ne
braska cross-country team left thla aiu
ernoon for Columbia, Mo., whore It par
ticipates Saturday In the annual cross
country run between the schools of the
Missouri Valley conference.
Ftom a squad ot ten men picked In
elimination runa last week by Coach
Reed five inen were rhoeen by Reod to
make the trip,. Including Captain Roggs,
Cutright, Anderson, Hihlth' and Dlers.
Louts Anderson,. Nebraska's long distance
runner at the Olympic games last sum
mer, accompanied the team to Columbia
and will liave charge, of thu runners.
McMasters and Kubk, two ot the Corn-
hiuker long distance stars, ore out and
their loss will seriously cripple tho Corn
busker chances. McMasters Is down In
his studies, whtlo Kublk Is suffering from
Injuries. Tho Cornhusker look for most
serious competition from Ames, who car
ried off first lust fall and who haa a
veteran team tu enter again this time.
I Nebraska. Kansas, Ames and Missouri
I will have teems, wb'le t l& poitiiMe that
Urak and Washington will bv u-p.
The Case Has
H(nos0 ..you on
WILSON fM YH
OR. WILUPUL, BULL hposB
N He TNIR.D DEGfeeC.
CHAULK3 . SLOAN,
MR. BRYAN HASFIRST CHOICE
Democrats Think He Can Have Any
Office He Wants.
WILSON SAYS HE WILL LISTEN
Prrildent-Hlect Hay He "TV 111 Hear
Everybody, but Will Nnt Make
Statements of Any
CHICAGO, Nov. T. There appeared lit
tle doubt In western democratic head
quarters that William 3. Bryan would be
tendered practically a choice ot any of
fice within the sift ot the president, and
many profess to belteVe that he' posi
tively would be secretary ot state,
Joseph Davles, western manager, left
today for New Jersey, where he will re
port to Mr. Wilson the results ot the
western campaign. Democratic head
quarters Will be closed tomorrow, save
a small office for checking up the organ
isation. No one was at Taft headquarters today.
Mr. Davles was asked of the' future.
"We have built our democratlo factor'
and Installed our democratlo machinery
he said; "our platform contains our ad
vertising. Thore lies ahead ot us the
task of turning over the prosperity which
our factories are built for. Today wo have
the Joy of victory. Tomorrow and the
rent ot tho future we shall have the
responsibility ot carrying out our cam
paign pledges In a way that will not in
terrupt the general prosperity, but will
causo It to spread a llttlo. farther down.
"It U clear to Us that the democratlo
party has a new chief opponent, Roose
velt's party. As to the republican party:
'The king is dead; long live the king.'
"I think I express democmtlo opinion
when I say that we will be content that
Roosevelt's party shall continue to be the
party of ultimate radicalism, If we may
be the party of conservative progresstve
ness. Our concern shall be that we do not
drop back to .the standpattsm that
wrecked the republican party.
"I am concerned to know what will be
come of the JTPubllsan party whether It
will be absorbed by Roeevelt or split up
generally Into parts which will work into
all the parties.
"It disappointed persons do not so shape
national affairs betwen this date and the
date ot Mr. Wilson's Inauguration as
president so that the democratlo party
rau't devote most ot its term to correct
ing the I arm a has been th case before,
tetr win be lltt lime lost by the demo
(tat l.i jatlt) tig the pcopUs judgment)
OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
Gone to the Jury
Represent Nebraska in Congress
JOHN. A. MAGU1RE3.
SILAS R. nARTON,
"What part will Mr, nryan play in the
program?" was asked.
"That, I presume, depends largely upon
Mr, Bryan; It obviously would be beyond
my Jurisdiction and In bad taate to sug
gest what he would do. He Is a mighty
big man In the democratic party."
Wilson Will .Listen.
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov, 7, "I think
my right course Just now Is to liear every
body and that I should not make any
This waa the answer made by President-elect
Woodrow Wilson today to n,
series ot requests for statements of his
attitude on national and International
questions. lie was asked by -various
newspapers about jin extra session' of
congress, Canadian reciprocity. Interna
tional relations, the Panama canal and
a variety ot Issues. In line with his
campaign argument that the presidency
should bo conducted "Through the com
mpri counsel of the country," he will
nqw, so far as possible. assume a recep
tive attitude, rather than on ot pro
nouncing himself .on Issues before he
Democrats Plan Novelties.
NEW YORK, Nor. J.-Democratlo.
leadors propose to Introduce several
political novelties now that they are as.
sured of control of the federal govern
ment for the next four years, according
to authoritative reports here today. A
feature proposed is the maintenance of
the 'democratic national committee as a
oontinupus working, Institution. The
Idea is that the committee could serve a
good purpose In the education ot the
people in democratlp doctrine and' prin
ciples and In the enlightenment of the
people as to what the party Is doing.
In this connection the establishment of
a government suggestion box tb which
cltlsens throughout the country might
submit their Ideas on governmental afr
fairs, has teen suggested. The novelties
C. O. LOBBCK.
DAN V. STEVENS,
are said to have been' given serious
thought by Chairman William F. Mc
Combs, who successfully conducted the
Wilson campaign and who has been al
ready spoken of as likely to be proffered
an Important post under the Wilson ad
ministration. From a source close to the
chairman It was said, however, that he
was so enthuslastlo over the democratic
propaganda ideas that he would like to
carry them out If possible, even to the
exclusion of any other position.
Reoeiver Asked for
LAFATETTK; Ind.. Nov. 7.-A receiver
for the Retail, Clerks' International Pro
tective association was asked in the
circuit court her today on the ground
that the persons In control of the organi
sation have been actlnffras -a corpora
tion without h,vrng"beh, Incorporated. '
The proceedings were fjled by Susie
Walgomott. a member, and-the defendants
named are Henry J. Conway, secretary
treasurer; Edward Baker, fifth vice pres
ident; Jacob Cook, agent, and the
Merchants and Farmers and Traders
bank of this city. The headquarters of
the clerks union is here.
Miss Walgomott alleges that the union
has 13,000 metmWa and pys-n dues for
sick and death benefits. She says three
men named pay themselves , JJ.0O) an
nually. .She asks that banks be. re
strained from paying them any of the
funds of the organization now on de
posit Palrbnry Wins Foot Ball Game.
FAIRBURY, Neb Nov. 7,-tSpecJaL)-Tbe
Fairburg High chool foot ball eleven
defeated the Nebraska. Military academy
In a spirited game at the city park 11
to 6. Cecil Forslund did splendid playing
far tb Falrburv eleven.
for The Bee by
MOSES P. KINICAID.
Result in California
Depends Upon Los
LOS ANGELES, Cel., Nov. 7. With two
sets of figures, which differ in round
numbers 4,000 votes, or enough possibly to
alter the result as between Wilson and
Roosevelt in the state, both the progres
sives and democrat, demanded a third
or referee' count of the Los Angeles city
vote today from County Clerk Harry Le
lande. The progressives, with adding machines,
totalled Roosevelt's vote in the city
precincts at 44,025. The newspaper voto
counting bureau made tho Roosevelt total
41,046. If the county clerk's count today
shows the progressive count correct, the
Rooievelt people claim their candidate
will carry the state by anywhero from
1,000 to 3,000.
On the other hand, If the newspaper
bureau's figures ara correct, Wilson's
partisans claim ho will win the state by
the same dangerously small margin.
County Clerk Lenande began his count
at t o'clock this morning and said he ex
pected to have It complete late today.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Nov. 7.-Re-turns
from 3,871 precincts out of 4,372 In
the state, give Wilson S!7,50t; Roosevelt.
268.U3. Wilson's plurality, I.S06.
n """ .
Election in Doubt
4 ' ' j.
, CINCINNATI. O.. Nov. 7.-As a result
ot errors found, in the unofficial count
the race between Congressman Nicholas
Longworth, republican,. ,nd Stanley
Dowdle, democrat, ton congress- In the
First Ohjo congressional djatrict is in
doubt , . .
The first returns gave Congressman
Longworth a plurality ot. a little over
I, COO votes, but the official count began
by the board, of elections today Indicated
that a mistake nad been made In esti
mating the unofficial returns and that
either man still h'ad a c,hapce Of being
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 7.-S6clallst state
headquarters today ' claimed that the
socialism vote in Ohio1 ran close to ICW.Ouo
at Tuesday's election.' On both Cuyahoga
and LUas counties the socialists claim
Debs received a larger vote than' Taft
Four years sBO Debs received a total
vole in Ohio ot more' than -,.
In Cincinnati the socialists gained ap
proximately 6.000 stnees 1903.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising,
CLARKE HASjf.SMALL LEAD
Race for Governor in Iowa Seems to
Be Still in Doubt.
BOTH SIDES CLAIMING VICTORY!
Republican 11ns Lend of Abont Tiro
Tliounnnil, lirit Additional He
turn n may Iledoce
DES MOINES, la., Nov. 7. Practically
complete returns from all but five of tho
ninety-nine counties of tho state continue
to increase the plurality of Woodrow
Wilson over his opponents for the presi
dency Tho figures arc: Wllspn, 169.1S2; Roose
velt, 149.M0; Taft, 11LCS4.
Complete returns from all but two leg
lHlutlve districts In the stole .show that
tho Iowa legislature tSIl tq pyerwjiclm-
being nt present assured of seats, while
the democratic membership will not ex
cctd fifty-six. This result Jf attributed
to tho work of the friends of Senator
Kenyan In making certuln his election to
Klrkpntrlrk l Klrotcd. .
OTTl'MWA, la.. Nov. 7.-Complete re
turns from tho seven counties In th
Sixth district gives Sant Klrlipatrick,
democrat, a plurality of 1,138 over M. A.
McQord, republican. The vote was: Klrk
patrick. 14.7S0; McCord, 13,642; ' Patton,
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