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Local Varsity Quintet Wins from
Christians, 28 to 27.
SWIFT CONTEST TO THE END
rimt llnir Ktiil llKlitl In Kim or of
Omnhn nml Ilnttle Wnite Furi
ously, with Perish Play
ing: Slnr (iuitic.
in a fast game of basket ball the
i nlverelty of Omnlia team took Cottier
university tossers Into1 camp Saturday at
the university gymnasium by the score
of 23 to 27. Tho gntno wax featured by
spectacular gcnls. fast tatn work atiJ
i lever jiagliiK hiiJ wh tinybfMly'ii gamn
iritll tho timer blew the final whUtla.
''ntiur came here primed for a victory
uvct the locala. but after n few intnutHN
uf v It developed that Omaha was in
the Kiinic for hlooil tind would not Klvn up
nitliout a BtrtifrRle. Omaha won throtiBh
s iperlor Roal tonilnK and by fast and
ii'TjratP pasalnK. Whti the two teamn
I ned up It appeared that Cottier would
make many ncorcn throiiRh plays from
renter, but Dow, who Is much shorter
than Fqulrcs outjumped hltn on nearly
After a few seconds of play In th first
half Omaha started off with a rush and
for a tlmo threatened to sweep the Chris
tlans off their feet, doul aftor goal was
scored by Rood team work. Cotner
finally braced and by careful RUardlnir
crawled tip to within striking dlstaticw
of tho Crimson and Ulack. Tho half
ended with the coro 14 to 12 In favor of
liven In Merouil Ilnlf.
la the second halt Cotner and Omaha
played vcrj" oven, ball throughout.
Cotner managed to fonro Into tho lead
for a few minutes, but soon lost Its gain.
I,ato In tho half Hrltt. who had been
playing stellar ball for the visitors ro.
reived a cut over tho left eyo ami retired
In favor of Packer. "With only three
minutes to play tho score was SI to 20,
nfler this both teams showed wonderful
speed. Omaha scored i points and
Hrltt was the particular star for the
lletehanyltcs scoring sixteen of his
team's total. Cotner made nearly half
of ItB points through free throws.
George Parish was the scintillating star
of the game. He seemed to be lu several
p aces at once. He succeeded In throwing
live goals himself and kept his man from
scoring any. Parsons and Crocker also
played especially good ball. The field
goal made by Parsons was the only one
made off of nrltt during this trip.
V or O.
Dow c. C
Parsons UO.I Jt.V ..
... O" r
Hi'listllutlon: I'sirwer ror unu. rivi'i
ouls: Parish. 5; Crocker. 3; Dow, 2;
liaise 2: Parsons. 1; Hrltt. Morton
2 fkiulres, 2: Ooschger. 1. Goals from
ruul crorker. 2- Hrltt. 12; Morton, 1
p.efrroe: Miller.' Scorer: Packer. Timer
' Jerome. Time of halves: 20 minutes.
i:Hl,tlVAX SCAIU'.x IIIISKUIIN
Strrl.er til" Snutli Uinuhii Nlnm In
'J.riiy nt Lliifii'lti.
I INC'OLN, Jail. -18. Spuclal TelcKiant.)
"WcsleyHti university sucvcedwl In
thrnwlii'i i schio Into Nebraska, tonight
In the first gumo of ti scries of three nt
the university g miiBHluni. won by the
i ornhuskers by n iicoro of 33 to 2il Th
game- wan faft and rough. Nebraska
secured ft load or fvo points In tho first
halt which closed S3 to It for tho Corn
hi,skers. Btryker. formerly of the South Omaha.
Played a star gaum for the Cornhuskeis
and with Haskell shared tho honors of
the evening. Garey of Wesluyan also
played u fast game. Following Is Mi
NKWtABKA. , WHSLKYAN
t nderwood ....lt.K.1 U.K .. Jxefstcr (C.l
Hansllk It. K. I UK Kline-Peck
HasUell-Hydo .UK.) C Johnson
Htri-lur C.' H.a Virmiain
Hawkins R.O JII.O Hughen
farrier (C.)....UO. ua.. .......... qrey
1'teiu goals: iiukkcii, i. iuiuri,, , i
Uarcy. 5; Btryker. 4; Kline. S; Keestern
S. HawKlns, J; earner, i; joihibuh, i
Kreo throws: Haskell. 3 out t four:
Keeatcr. 4 out of 10. ltoferee: Waugh.'i
NATIONAL FIELD DERBY GOES
TO THE SETTER, NAOMI JANE
TtOGBItB' BPIHNGS. Tenn.. Jan. 19.
Naomi Jane, u setter owned by Judge W.
ll U Campbell or Oklahoma City, won
Mfc derby of tho All-Americtin Kleld Trial
club hero today. Charley P., owned pv
K M. Stevenson of Chicago, was glvon
second prise, while the third was awarded
lo Babble Rrook lion, property of Lew.
Mcnrew of llttsburgh.
This concluded the profeanlonal trlalt
The first brace of amateur nil-age stak
will be put down Monday morning, and
utter that U concluded ft derby will be
run. The winner of this stake In addl.
tlon to the puite. will te awarded a oup
nd the Utls ot amateur champion ot
Knlriuuue Defrut l'rlt-uil.
VAIItMONT, Neb., Jap. 19. (Speclal.)
Tliu basket ball team of the Fairmont
High school defeated the Friend team
I tut night In the local gymnasium by a
wore of 3a to 23. This was Friend s first
defeat this year.
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KOCK-FITZ MD IN DOUBLES
Tournament IUih t'lns SjMrin.
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O'llrlcn'H Monto ChrlsioH 2,Zi
Old Htylo linger 2,?J?
Shaw and McCabo 1,127
H. Winters ,
Climx 13 Winner,
l'leld Club .'.
Itels and1 Hansen
Lust night the l'J!3 city tbitrnamert
ended, with tho oxceptlon of a few sin
gles and doubles that will he rolled to
day. The lolling during tho cntlro week
has been heavy as far as thn number ot
bowlers Is concerned, but the scores hao
This year's tournament was tolled itn
der a new system, tho class system, nml
while It was a successful totirnauant
tho bowlers aro not satisfied with It!)
outcome. Of course, the class system
was just an experiment and could be In -pioved
upon tho nejtt time, but It I
doubtful If tho bowlers would stand for
another tournament rolled under thv
Difficult lo MiUr Sell i'l ii le.
Under this system, played on four sets
of alleys, It Is next to Impossible lo make
out a achcdulo that does not conflict or
glvo an advantage While the hcIuaIuIo
committee did not Intentionally give any
bowler or sot of bowlers tho advantage, j
thero were canes In tho tournatnht wln-re
howlers hnd the advantage ot the best
alleys, find In some cases bowlers rollod
at least one of their oventH on th'lv
hciuo alley. Tho committee made Die tt
tempt to tako all the howlers off iliolf
homo alleys, hut In many caseB a IjowUt
was it member of three Iouruch and thin.
of course, permitted htm to roll on at
least one of his home set of nth-..
Another disadvantage of the class yn
tern Is tho small amount won by 're
priso winner. Thofo was Just na mu'.h
money paid lu this year, hut there wuvo
so many places to put the prizes that no
one prize amounted to niuch.
Taking nverytiung into cuntmioraiinn
tho tournament wan a KUceess und tho
committee deserves much praUe for the
ciedltuble manner In whlnh It handled
the event under such new and undevel
The trama and individuals who landod
lu the money nro given above.
TWO SCHEDULED GAMES
IN TR1-C1TY NOT PLAYED
Hoth ganuw In the Trl-fllty llasket Ball
league scheduled for thn local Younir
Men's Christian association Haturday
eyonlus were postponed and a iilsap-
polnleU crowd was turned away Omu m
university was cheditled to play Hel..
vuc, but was forced to cancel that gaw
to play Cotner at the Omaha gymnasium.
Crelghton was ehedulet to pla thi
-ITtila. but this game was cancelled at
I'M p. in. Tho two teams say that tb
game had been played off at another du.e,
but the Young Men's Christian associa
tion knew nothing of the affair
JOE RIVERS PAYS VISIT
TO FIGHTERS IN OMAHA
Joe Ulvcra. who outpointed Uath Cross,
the Hrooklyn dentist, last week Is In
Omaha at the Home hotel He arrived
Into lat night and will be here a pait
Cnllfornrn "Woman Srrliny AlnrmeU
"A short time ago I contracted a se
vere cold which settled on my lunga and
caused me a great deal of annoyance.. I
would have bad coughing spells and my
lungs were so sore and Inflamed I began
to be seriously alarmed. A friend rec
ommended Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, saying she had utrd It for years, I
bought a bottle and it relieved my cough
the first night and In a week I was rid
of the cold and soreness of my lungs,"
writes Mlta Marie Oerber, Sawtelle. CsJ.
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FAIRBURY AND HEBRON
CONTEST AT BASKET BALL
HICimON. NVh.. Jim. 19 CSilvImI 1
Threo inlvrcstlng tm.iket IxUl games were
niayeu nero I'Tiuay pet ween Hebron and
The first game between the girls' teams
of tho cltleN roHiilted In a score of 23 to
II In favor of Hebron.
Tho game between the high school boys
was !I5 to 2U In fayor of Knlrhury.
.The game between tin, town teams ot
the same cities resulted In favor of Knlr
hury, M to 31,
The tramps U'cro roiii-1i uml irinin, linnl
plays were made.'
After tho dunce Knlrhury hired u hall
ami hail a dance until 12 o'clock.
I'Mlibury ei)t a special train to Hebron
with over 1EU rooters on hoard.
SOLOMON DOG DERBY
POSTPONED BY STORM
NOSIU, Alaska, Jan. IS. Tho Solomon
Dolby, the first of tho winter dog races
and second In lutorest only to tho grent
v w ,
Grack Runners to Meet
JOHN PAUL JONES.
ftenr Vork will be treated to what prom
ises tq bo uue ot the greatest net pf
H lRds FW . b; aaautl itnc
aw fJiMd, jaect pf tb. IrlshvLaistdcaB
f thlctlc glub i bo held.' at Madison
tkjiwru Garden on. Kabruary C, wiun John
Paul Voues pf Uurnell univerbtty, ulie
huMff If... r. ...... .....
' Until iku mail. agalnt Abei Xlvhu
' ot tllu IrisluAiuericun AthlctU utub, .whu
J.tuOdj the ,arW record for the Ut -
THERE WftS ANOTHER WRECK ON
THE SUNOO RflitJOflfi, OUT OP
ONE Of THE WlffDOWSOFflCflft
7HflT W7S TORHEO UPSIDE DO WH
CLIMdED HHNK HpiBKlNS,. GIT'
TltlQ ESESlBFTHEmhlCK HE
XJREWfl LITTLE NOTEBOOK
PCOM HIS POCKE)- PI ND JOTTED
SOMETHING DOWN Pi FeLLOW
FROtA THE &AMGCflRlBKEDHlM
WHAT he vvfls vvwryo- onc
MflKffS &evEN w?ecs t've
Fnu nn juoi erf Ik HI no it wiiM
ftDMIRlNGLY P)T HIM AND Pt&KED'.
-FfM ENGLISH MR N TftKESnnnii v
W5M WHe,HX0S fiBPMTH'TuB ?'
all-Alaska sweepstake, was postponed
from toilny until January 2C, because of
the heavy biiow storms of tho last few
days.. The distance Ih sixty-five miles
from Solomon and return.
Pliittnnioiith UrnlH Tuhur.
TAHOlt, la., Jan. 19.-(.Speclal,)-Plutls-mouth
High school banket ball team de
feated Tabor (In.) High school team at
Tabor Friday night. Ill to 21. It was a
very faHt and Intortwtlng game. Lineup:
H. Wetherlienri.ur. UK...
K. Wethcrhead.lt.l ".I U.K. . .
I. Hhodes I'.fC
('. (loudy lt.G.IIt.O...
Iteferee: Uirson. -
. ... Duncan
I'IuiiImIi Uiinncr l'lrnt In Itaee.
NEW YOUK, Jan. 19. llanj Koleti
malncn ot Finland, tho Olympian ills
tanre champion, easily won the ten-mile
liandlcap road race of the Mill Hose Ath
letic club here tonight, the flrBt nml final
laps of which were run on a hoard floor
on the Seventy-first regiment armory.
The time was 51:23.
AH EL K1VIAT.
meter run. The contest wH be a l.OuO-
yard scratch event.
Although a race lxtHeen these two
men would niono suffice to attract a
mammoth crowd to the Garden. It U con
Mderod likely that "Mel" Sheppard, the
world's 1,000-meter record holder, and
"Ted" Meredith, holder of the world's
half-mile record, will also compete In the
same event. If Uuue four runners start
the winner will be recognized as the
lne winner win
Pass that Way
CrGNTLEflEH Be 9Gfl7eD
T30NES' tAIBTPlH JOHM&ON, WHO
WS DE MOST SOCCES&F-UL.
interlocutor- i do nt know.
3 ones, who wpi& the most
&jcce&sful phvsiciptn, in
bSnes,' Job, becawse he
HPC &UCH PI LOT OB PplTIENCE
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Summer Base Ball
Will Be Allowed
During This Year
LINCOLN, Neb.. Jan. 19. (Special Tel
egram.) The Nebraska Intercolleglato
Athletic association held n nuetlng last
night In this city and althous.li no for
mal action was taken, Indicntoit It would
allow athletes to play summer base ball
with teams coming under the Jurisdic
tion of tho national baso ball cojnmls
Ron. An amendment to the constitution
to this effect will probably be passed
at the next meeting.
Tho application of Crelghtoii-nnlvcrslty
for membership In tho league was taken
up, but no nctlon taken.
The date for tho annual track and
field meet was fixed ror May 24, on
Johnson's field ofWesloyan university
at University Place. Tho official award
Ins of the Intercollegiate track cham
pionship for 1912 was made, the trophy
going to Wesleyan university.-
Officers were elected for the year aa
follows: President; J. P. Mann, Cotner;
vice president. Coach Johnson, 'Doane;
faculty manager. Mercer of Kearney.
Eleven schools were represented at
the meeting as follows: Wesleyan,
Doane, Bellcvue, Peru, Grand Island,
Kearney college, Central college, Hast
ings college and York college.
U. S. NATIONAL SQUAD
AND CREAMERY MEN WIN
Tho United States Nationals bet the
Merchants Nationals, 21 to 9, and tho
Kalrmont Creameries beat tho Young
Men's Christian association seconds, 29
to 4, hi Commercial league basket ball
gamea at tho Young Men's Christian as
sociation Saturday. Superior team work
wok for tha XTnlted States NaUonala.
Hettler'a goal throwing was the feature
of tho Fairmont-Young Men's Christian
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BLADEN WINS ANOTHER;
BLADEN. Neb.. Jan. 19. (Bpcclal.)
The Bladen High school defeated the
Holstclit High school In a fast basket
hall game by a score of 2& to 14. Referee.
nshor; umpire, Delzell. This was Bla
dun's tenth victory this season, having
lost but one game. Bladen claims the
championship among the high schools
of southwestern Nebraska.
DWYER GRANTED RELEASE
BY PRESIDENT JONES
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan 19. President
Jones of the Lincoln base ball club an
nounced Jast evening that he had granted
an unconuuionai release 10 winiam
Dwyer, last year's manager, permltUng
him to become a free agent
Pitcher Dennau. who played with Lin
coin a thort time toward the end of bint
season on an optional agreement, today
became the property ot the Lincoln club
by purchase from tho Kansas City Asso
WhltUtch Wins nt Golf.
PINEHURST. N. a. Jan. M.-Marshall
Whltlatch ot Oakland today won the
first division championship of the Adver
tisers' annual midwinter coif tournament
here today by defeating R. M. Purvea cf
Jl ' SSI ffFl 11 1 1K
Cotner Loses Game
to National Guards
SHENANDOAH. Ia., Jan. 19. (Cpeclal.)
The fast Company E basket ball team
defeated Uio Cotner university team by
the acoro of 26 to 14.
The Cotner boys were no match for
the soldiers at any stago of the game.
The score at the end of the first half
was: Company B, 20; Cotner. 6.
Cotner did not secure a field basket
the first half, getting its six points
For the last half Cotner changed Its
lineup, putting three frosli men In tho
The game was frurt. and clean. The Cot
ner boys were larger than the soldiers,
but were not fast enough.
EX-UNI BASKET BALL TEAM
LlNCOIX. Jan. 19. (Special.) The
Cornhusker basket ball five defeated the
Ex-Unl of Omaha last night In a rough
game at tho university gymnasium, 40 to
13. The game was rough and tho penal
tics frequent. Carrier was the star of the
game. Following is the lineup:
NEBRASKA. I EX-UNI. i
Meier, It. llnkell,
Stryker. Kelfr C,
lUnklns, Howard... rt.Q.
C Anthes (C.)
Crrler (C) L.O.Tt.a Jones
1'Inld goals: Carrier. 7; Underwood. 3;
Stryker, 3; Jones, 3; Hansllk, 2;, R. Has
kell, 2; Hawkins, 2; Hyde, Amberson.
Free throws: Underwood, 0 out ot 2;
Hawkins. 1 OUt of 2: Uvile S nut nf a T
iiusKeii. s out or 4; Hutchinson, 3 out of
w, i'. imusn, i our or 3; Nagi, l out of '
. Referee: S. Waugh. r j
WILLARD SAYS KE WANTS
NO. MORE SECOND-RATERS
ST, LOUIS. Mo., Jan. 19. "Jeis" Wll
lard has openly denounced the efforts of
certain promoters to match the new
"champ," lAither McCarty and Bom
bardier Wells before considering Wlllard
as being the first In line. In tho,sanie
breath Wllliard has declined to meet
"Gunboat" Smith In a ten-round bout it
Oakland, Cal February 1. The "cow
puncher" Is credited with having said
that he has finished with the second
raters and Intends to devote all his time
to McCarty until the latter agrees to
In one thing McCarty Has found favor
In Wlllard'a eyes. lie nays Luther 1b
right in drawing the color line, and that'
he will do tho same thing If ho ever
succeeds In winning the championship.
Dr. Fling Lectures
at the H. S. Monday
"The Political Life of the States' of
Europe" Is the subject upon which Dr.
Fred Morrow Fling, head professor of
European history of the University of
Nebraska, wilLlocture In the Central High
school aduitorlum Monday afternoon nt
4:30 o'clock. This will he the second lec
ture of tho second series ot lectures given
this fall and winter by the Ohiaha pub
lic library through the courtesy of Presi
dent Dletz of the Library board. Dr.
Fling will give a series of six lectures.
The first one, delivered 'Inst Monday, was
on "Tho Nineteenth Century." The
speaker dwelt at length on the French
revolution and Ita wide-reaching effect In
shaping the affairs ot(tbe varus states '
or Europe ror a. nuna:cd ears after the
revolution broke out. He pointed that
the effect of tho revolution had been to
nationalize tho states of Euro; and to
make government by constitution the
practice In Europe. The lectin o for Mon
day on tho "Political Life of tho States
of Europe" will follow the first lecture
as a natural sequence. Tho high echuol
auditorium was crowded for the first lec
ture. Admission Is free, but by ticket,
which can bo secured at the city library
possesses sufferers from lung trouble till
they learn Dr. King's New Discovery
will help them. Prlco Mo and SI.O), Kor
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement,
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You will have another chance
to show your skill beginning
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22nd
Watch for it
The Bee by Tad
OMAHA HIGHFLAYS LINCOLN
Third Successive Defeat at Basket
Ball in Three Years.
FINAL SCORE STANDS 20 TO 12
nnrkrnrnntl, Caiitnlu for Omnhn,
I'layx llrllllantly, "While Allen,
Sent In Inle for Lincoln,
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. lS.-(Speclat Tole
gram.) The Omaha High school basket
ball five demonstrated Its superiority over
Lincoln High last night In convincing
fashion by defeating the locals, JO to 13,
In a fast gamo played at the Young Men's
Christian association gymnasium, the
third similar victory for Omaha lu as
In the second half the superior team
.playing and weight of the visitors told
and Omaha soon Jumped Into a com
manding lead. Russell Allen went In for
Lincoln In the last fow minutes of the
game and threw a bad scare Into Omaha
by getting two field goals In rapid suc
cession. Ills entrance In tho game was
too late, however, to glvo Lincoln a
chance to win. The lineup: ,
LINCOLN. I OMAHA.
Carl Wtlke C.
Goals fror-i field: Burkenroad, 3; Bern-.
2; Platz, 2: V. Albrecht. 2, E. Albrecht, 1:
Allen, 2. Goals from foul: Burkenroad. 1;
McCloy, l; Allen. 1. Referee. Owen
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est slock in Omaha still
selling at big reductions.
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