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THE BEE: OMATIA, TUTKKDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913.
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CHRIS LYCKS TOP THE LIST
Pile Up Total of 2,951 in Game in
CLOSE IN ON THE CLARA BELLES
Tep Lorha Irnd In Tcnm Tolalu In
the (inte lllr I-mnnr, "Win
ning from the X-Itar
The ItooMcr league rotlerx made the
pins fly Tuesday, resulting In some KooJ
tram and Individual totals. The Chris
Lycks stand out as the hcadllnefs, with
a 2,951 team total, while the Clara Holies
come In for their share of credit with n
high team game of 1.0&9. Among the In
dividuals Kanton tops the list, with a C90
total, while OIc Johnson's 243 slnglo gumo
was the best In that class. Conrad also
did some good shooting, with G46.
By winning two. the Clara Belles atlll
lead, although the Chris Lycks closed In
on them by taking the whole series from
the llencoii Tress team. The Urandea
Highballs had a two out of three victory
over the Field club crowd, who were en
tirely off form.
The l.clsys. contenders for first place,
were act back a notch by the National
Iteflnlng team, which won two.
Other Individual totals over 600 besides
those of Kanton and Conrnd were Toman,
C2S, A. Dowels, U21; J, Jarosh, 617; Goff,
(12, and Martin, 608. The scores were:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Cain 0 18 1M MI
J. Jarqsh 214 215 1SS 117
Kldnon 190 Z2i no in
O. Johnson N.... 182 243 Vfi Ml
Stum 1G9 191 101 Ml
Total 975 1,069 841 s75
1st. Sd. Jd. Total.
(' tohnson I2 213 1M ful
Balhr 132 1C0 200 501
brotte 183 187 209 MO
Coirad 216 rt) 211 m
TJnman 100. 181 Ml,
ToUl (90 909 990 87W
Handicap U 11 11
Total 901 93) 1,001 2,822
, CUIUS LYCKS.
. 1st 2d. 3d. Total.
Nealo 210 159 ICS 537
C. Week 191 192 211 V)l
It. Sclplu 146 211 204 K
Hutherland :20 HI lf9 Id
Kanton '.. 237 220 227 GW
Total 1,010 M2 999 2,951
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Oreen 172 181 137 486
V. Jarosh 179 132 210 C21
llaltor 1C2 163 141
Martin 179 KO 220 008
Ooff 191 212 209 612
Total 883 S78 929 2,690
Hanclpay 29 29 29 87
Total "912 907 9GS 2,777
DllANDEB' HiaU BALLS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Hammerstrom 224 ' 138 ICS S28
Wenthlck 187 163 178 618
rowel I 144 163 137 42A
Mauier , 132 170 176 477
Toman 244 213 169 626
Totals 933 82S 825 2,684
OMAHA FIELD CLUB.
Cub Potter 167 142
Kohn 168 145
Dougherty 12S 121
Turoy , 174 183
Ed l'ottcr 165 177
Totals 771 768 828 2.387
Handicap 21 21 21 63
' Totals 792
1C. Sclptc 170
J. Melum 160
789 849 2,450
Totals R38 80S R67 2.603
NATIONAL REFINING CO.
A. Bowers 197
I II. Bowers 188
, Bland , ,.. 218
Do you want to ensnare
a few dollars? Then hark
back to the eld adage
"Money saved it money
You can "earn" money
when you buy clothes if
you buy them judiciously.
Which, to your mind, is
more judicious to buy
from a merchant who is
continually shouting "bar
gains, specials, etc,,
(thereby running the con
stant risk of RcYitious or
Or to buy from a firm
like Magee & Deemer,
where prices on goods are
not one thing one day and
something else the next
but where a logical price is
set in the firft instance as
low as goods of equal qual
ity can be sold for any
where and then maintained
the season through with
equal advantage to every
one all the time ?
The answer seems to be
obvious: Buy where you
know there's no danger of
someone else getting the
same suit, hat or shirt a
day or two later at Va less
money. Buy where the
"bargains" are continuous,
rather than intermittent
where they consist of a full
equivalent in quality and
value for every cent you
Magee & Doemer (413.
S. 16th) specialists in
clothes, hats and furnish
ings for gentlemen, are
, thaigort of a firm.
Ing his team to win a close gam. Ills
same old amount of enthusiasm Is there.
Fred Balzer sure must have been off
Fred's lack of practice accounts for his
recent poor showing.
vry strong this wock. They only rolled
Huuiua ui tun, on, laiRling ims
lfl About FiOO flltia Rhnrt nf thlr amt m.ftk'
The Clara Bcllca pulled out with a win
of two, with a 2,876 total. Their second
gamo wns the high one of the evening
with 1,069. Tho Elks garnered the last
one by rolling a good game of 990.
lied natektn Jumped In last night and
pulled off a 111 game for the benefit of
the gathering. Even at that his team
won, niter he, himself, had picked up a
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along nicely In their series last night
"' ui i.uiv, viz ana vm, totaling
2,951, they won threo from tho Beacon
Qua Toman Joined tho select bunch
with a 63J total, dus Is liable to throw
one of theso on tho market any day.
The Tolarlne Auto Oil team went strong
Monday night although the gentlemanly
scprekceper of the Metropolitan alleys
mixed It up a little. They rolled 640 In
i ,ir .l!c?nd ,Pamu ni finished with a
andCaln,565.Uyrn0 r"Cd K,,no
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y...1!-0" nnd "overal 600 totals wcro
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rfM2H"yu VlBht wl,h K"01 results. They
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r.rir. i V Btncuuioa Thursday
1 rc'LVv" 'lltG. Triumphs.
the ; K;- rui.. i '"o-wecK ru e in
for him t1F.Jn1U0 mai,e" 11 impossible
tor mm to organise another team.
win"?,1, i8" .the. .Hyde Tark.
a few mnr. H. T ..."'V' lne" Ml' St 111
m.oro.Hi Louie teams to be heard
Hock f rhiiik 1loo.k "'what the first
iie. ZLlPR b0.wler- d'a In the sin
gles, store of them to come.
Totals 907 908
Handicap , 26. . 25
Totals 932 933
IV te I.nchs Lrnil.
' The Gate City league teamn had excit
ing finishes last night The Tote Loch
crowd lead In team totals with 2.6SS,
winning-two from tho X-Ttays. Tho third
game was a tie. In which the X-Ilnys
won on the roll off. Norgoard rolled
high total In this match, with 641, and
high single with 188. Karr nnd Wlloy
were the chief entertainers, each dls-
playing his skill In the art of gutter ball
shooting. Wiley ditched ono on a double
and tho game resulted In a tie game,
which his team lost on tho roll off.
In the Icary Engravers and Itagan's
Falstaffs match the latter e.amn nut
victor with two game to their credit
Munroe led the crowd with a 606 totut
and. Hoffman's 213 single game was high
Btlne claims all booby honors with his
4W score, although Cook ran him a good
race with a 447 count. The scores follow:
1st 2it 3U Tntal
Dudley 178 165 144 477
Cook 192 141 114 4(7
Lindsay 140 175 173 487
Teal 163 175 161 601
Hoffman 137 147 190 474
Totals 809 703 ?ft 384
Handicap , 14 :4 H 72
Total S33 817 EOS 2,458
1st 2d 3d Total.
Lano 160 7 166 409
Monroe 191 174 201 606
Hoffman 213 114 182 639
Btlne 133 168 133 440
Mitchell )V1 168 172 631
Kpiteu , J63
787 800 2,63$
Totals i&t 754
Handicap 2 IT
Totals., .S53 771
Needham 191 188
Norgard 167 198
Wiley 158 140
llosenberg 171 174
(Teiiell m ICS
Totals 864 865
ItHtnlll 105 18S
Hollenberger 104 100
Simpson IK 166
Totals 401 499
Ljtle 177 143
McDonald 201 ICS
Totals I 495
Pearson 118 :M7
Schnlder 179 139
Muyne 13S 167
Totals 445 453
Old Eli Trying to Enlist All-Western
Star in Its School.
NEBRASKA UNI MEN WORRIED
Should Frrslininn I.envc It Will
Menu thnt tli Heat Mnn on
Unlveralty'a UleTen Una
Left Its Ilnnk.
Omaha Gun Club to
Go to Oartdr Lake
A meotlng of tho directors of the Car
ter Lake club Tuesday evening, lead to
tho acceptance of a plan by which tho
first of tho year the Omaha Oun club,
which for eighteen years has been es
tablished at the east end of tho Douglas
street bridge, will become part of the
Carter Lake Gun club.
Members of the Gun club, according to
an arrangement made by W. r. Town
send will not have to be members of tho
Carter Lake club, although It Is believed
tho majority will Join tho latter body.
Th eOmaha Oun club was forced to
abandon tta old grounds when Council
Bluffs purchased the property for a
part of tho boulevard system. The last
shoot will be held on the old grounds a
week from Sunday.
MOOSE CLUB TO STAGE
A WRESTLING CARNIVAL
A grand wrestling carnival will be.
given at the Mooso club, 416 South Sev
enteenth street Friday evening, Decem
ber 17. An Interesting program of
matches has been arranged and the
main event will be between Tollceman
Jensen and Fireman Mitchell, while
other entrants so fur recured nre ToUl-ver-Solomon,
Miller-Warden and Meyers
Thompson. The first go will bo promptly at 8
o'clock. Seats are now on sale at the
club and at various stores nround town.
Supporters of the University of Ne
braska foot ball team nre becoming very
much afrntd that Coach Stlehm may loso
ono of tho men upon whom he will rely
a great deal to make a winning team
next year. Ynle nlumnl residing In Ne
braska have sent such reports of pratso
of tho work of Chamberlain the star
half back of tho freshman team, who
made so many touchdowns on tho varsity
this fall, to tho athletic authorities at
Yolo that old Ell sent scouts to Lincoln
to observe the work of the freshman In
practice. Tho scouts wcro so Impressed
with his playing that they have blnce
teen trying to get Chamberlain to go
to Yale, starting this next semester.
Ynlr Scout llnsy.
Yalo scouts aro all over tho country,
looking for promising material, becuuso
of tho fact that Yule has had such weak
teams of lata years. The work of the
Nebraska boy so took their eye that
they Immediately made offers to him to
go to school at New Haven, and as a
result, tho activity of theso scouts Is
causing no end of worry at Lincoln and
among the Nebraska alumni around the
Chamberlain Is tho man for Purdy's
position nnd great as Turdy Is, he Is an
Inferior player to Chamberlain. Cham
berlain Is recognized as one of tho great
est players since the days of Johnnlo
Bender, and thero are only two men on
the varsity squad this year who can
cuiiparc to the former Wosleyan boy.
Halllgnn and Rutherford are these men,
but they aro letter men nnd It would
bo impossible for Yale to acquire their
Is All-Western Star.
Foot ball experts who have seen tho
freshman play are unanimous that he
will bo given a position on the nil-west-crn
eleven. Such a man would be a
valuable acquisition to Yalo.
The biggest Inducement Chamberlain
could be given to go to Yalo would be
his chances to make the alt-American
team. Ills chances for such an honor,
while on a western team, are almost nil,
because of the prejudice of thoso v.-ho
select such teams. A good example of
such selections occurred this year. OH
rhrlst, captain of the Navy team, was
given all-American end position. In 1903
Gilchlst played end on Missouri and was
only an ordinary player.
Nebraska's chances to keep Chamber-
CONSIDER "GYM" PLANS
More plans for the proposed erection of
a 140,030 gymnasium for Crelghton uni
versity by subscription among the alumni
were made at the first meeting of the
executive council of the newly organized
Crelghton University Alumni association
last night An annual pledge of 15 by
each alumnus was proposed as a means
of raising the fund for the gymnasium,
but no definite action was taken.
MAHM0IIT THE WPFSTI.FR.
NEITHER DEAD NOR SLEEPING
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. S.-Mahmout. the
famous Bulgarian wrestler, reported some
time ago as having been killed In a
battle In the Balkan war. Is alive. A
letttr to that effect was received from
Mahmout today by Henry Irsllnger, an
Austrian wrestler, who Is now here. Tho
Vtter came from Paris wheie Mahmout
fays he Is participating 'In an athletic
lain rest chiefly on the fact that Cham
berlain would be unable to play on the
varsity at Yale during his first year.
No player is allowed to play on the
varsity squad during his first year at
school. ChainVerlain would then haVe to
wait until a year from next fall before
ho would be eligible nnd he would then
be rather advanced in the school, be
cause ho has already had Rome school
ing at the Nebraska Wesleyan university.
Nebraska will make strong efforts to
n.'taln the husky back and the Yule
men will be compelled to make excep
tional offers to get Chamberlain' away
from his native heath.
Games Open with
The opening game of the Church league
held at the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation gymnasium last evening, resulted
In the First Christian church defeating
the Westminster Presbyterian team, 21
to 8. Despite tho large' score secured by
the Christians, the game was fast and
hotly contested, one of the largest crowds
of the season witnessing the contest.
For the First Christian team the AVelgel
brothers were the stars. Time after time
the teamwork of there two players made
scores possible by their brilliant passing.
Tho sensational basket throwing of C,
Wclgel was by far the feature of the
game, he making eight of the points se
cured by his side.
For the Westminster Presbyterians,
Grcwsel was the stellar performer, mak
ing more than half of the scores for his
B, F F. Fleming
L.G G. Fleming
Tim, nt hfltvnn. 1K tnfnlltn llnfnroA'
Haskell. Fle!dTgoals for First Christian
church: C. Wclgel (2). E. Ireland (3), R.
Welgel (4). Free baskets for Westminster
Presbyterians' Flomlng (1), F, Grewsel
(2), Free basket throws: Grewsel (1).
In tho second game played between the
First Baptists and the First Methodists
the First Methodists completely outplayed
their opponents, winning by the score of
46 to 1.
Miles, Hobson and Bcckwltz played a
sensational game for the First Methodists,
making a number of long and difficult
Time of halves: 15 minutes. Referee:
Haskell. Field goals First Methodists:
Hobson (9). Beckwltz (4), Miles (C), Moore
(1). Free basket throws: Miles (3). Sub
stitutes for Beckwltz, Larmon for Mites,
Adleman for Beckwltz, Larmon for Fltz
Patrick; substitutes for Baptists, Hoko
C Wclgel L.F.
B. Welgel L.G
for Camnell. Clatk for Slsso'n. Awarded
points: Baptists, 1.
GETTING INTO FORM
At n meeting of the Commercial league
basket ball managers, held Tuesday even
ing .it the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation, the following officers were
elected: C. G. Lyman, president; R. It
Ralney, vice presidents C. C. Wclgel, sec
retary and treasurer. A committee was
elected to makp tip a schedule, consisting
of the managers of each of the teams
entered. The opening of the league Is
to be October 11.
One of the' hardest problems the league
has to contend with Is the small num
ber of teams entering this season. Last
year six teams were In the league, but
so far tbls year only four team! have
expressed their Intention to enter. Tho
following teams will composo the league:
Fairmont Creamery company, Omaha Na
tional bank, Bee Publishing company and
tho Nebraska Telephone company.
Tnlhott to Cnptnln Ynlc.
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Dec. 3 Nelson
S. Talbott of Dayton, O., was tonight
elected cnptnln of the Ynle foot ball team
for next year. Talbott, who will be
graduated from the Sheffield Scientific
school next year, has played n. strong
game at left tncklo on the -arslty eleven
for the last two years. He is the first
foot- ball captain from the sclentlfln
scho&l slnro 1903. when C. D. Rafferty
led the eleven.
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GIDEON TRIMS HARLIN
IN THIRTEENTH MATCH
437 442 1,406
H. Gideon defeated C. E. Ilarlln, 31 to
30. last night In the thirteenth match of
the three-cushion billiard tournament be
ing held at the C. C. C. enrom and pocket
billiard parlor. Harlln played 35 to Gid
Tonight Robert Williams wilt play R.
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Charley Hough sure had his hook ball Tm. McWhlney
working ror a wnile. Monday night It
failed him In the last game, though. He j It Tniura from St. Lnnln,
dropped to 128 after rolling a couple 20) po.nive limit has been reached.
ame"- (From St. Louis comes the report that
Frank Fanton again pulled off one of , Fred Clarke will pilot the Pittsburgh
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the lead of the league. He rolled games minute.
01 UI. rTJ and Tn. total. UK), lie went
I through the entire game with but one
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