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SCORES OF BOWLING LEAGUES
Marks of Teams Who Have Been
Contending During Week.
SOME CHANGES ARE MADE
Sutherland' Hepiirtnre from the
City Lcarra IHg t.nn and He
raoTti Due of Stnrs uf the
Following are the league standings In
tho Omaha bowling leagues for the week
Brodegaard Crowns 28
Frank's Candy Kids 25
.letter Old Age 21
Hesolln's Trade Mark 21
Jabez Cross 19
Rumohr's Old Taverns ID
Quick Servs 15
Tracy's Ia Trudoa 9
Karnes. Air I. Names.
D. Mojrna ...
J. Moyna, ...
II. llowley .
Newcombe I.. 153
Tete I-och's Jrs 2 1
Drozda's Keiios 25 11
Kldlewelss 23 W
Shamrocks 18 IK
Blue I.ahels 17 J9
Hugo F. BUx 14 22
Mogulllans 12 24
Ortmann's Bakers 7 26
Ii p. Hansen..
II. HanMn ....
W. Schneider ,
H. Hansen ....
D. Schneider .
lj. Vee .
II. Land 161
W. Ii. Pet.
I.UXUS " ,5
Metr. 18 12 .600
AVroths W " -600
Corey & McKcnzlo 14 ."9
Old Stylo Iigcr 13 JJ
Kl Paxo o !
n. Sclple JW;
K. Sclple 197
K. Jarosh 174
C. Weeks 172
A. Bower 171
D. Dowers 169
J. Jarosh 13
C. Johnson 183
J. Weeks 163
Clara Belle 30
Tho Lelsys 27
Chris Lycks 26
Beacon Press 20
Mutual Life Ins. Co 19
Omaha Field Club 18
Brandes' Highballs 17
Klks' Club U
A. Dowers 178
Ced Potter .......... 178
J. Week 176
F. Jarosh 173
K. SclDle 193
c. Johnson 187
J. Jarosh 183
C. Weekes 184
Eidaon .....I"!;""! 170
nslter .. ..
B. Bowers 16
Omnhn finn League
Tar Babies 27
Hot Plates 18
Comfort irons 13
23 , 361
23 ' .361
Name. At. I
vu her 164
Pugh , 130
Parkhurat 1 127
Anderon ,,. 121
Wood, F E 147
Winchester ., , 1411
Stlrerson ., 13i
Store Triumph 27
Frank's Colts , 25
X-Hays . " H
F O. E. No- 3S--
the Wrong Breed of Gila Monster
Leary Engravers 20
Pete Ix)Chs 18
I Ae 171
Landstrom ' 167
Hoffman. Oscar 163
Monte City Iieague
Martin's Tigers ..33
South Omaha Ice Co 29
Jetter Old Ago 23
The White Sox 2.1
Hlnchey1 Iads 22
Culkln's Tailors 18
Stock Yards Nat. Bank. 12
Uncle Sam's Vets 1
Names, At. Names.
Frltcher . .
Peterson . .
J. Tanner 16S
I logon JJJ
166 Letler .....
D. Tanner ....iti
KnlRhtn of Columlins Lenguc.
Browning, King & Co ....19 S
Bourgeois Co. 18 9
McQuillan's HaU 15 12
Mnrnhy Did It 12 16
Hanlcy-Mace Co ill IB
Puritan Laundry 6 21
Fairmont Creamery Iieairne.
Liquid Gold 26
Puritan Broilers 19
Fairmont Farms 18
Better Butter 1"
II. Hess 123
Press 34 S
Itces 32 10
Kngravers 21 21
Omaha 17 23
Transfers 12" 30
Klopp 10 32
Naroea. At. Namea.
Ohne.org 376 Warti
Hoffman 168 Wall
Taetow. II 153
Kpeten 1461 Kthn
l.innlni 145 Landls
Klsasser 144t Holdsward
Taetow, A 1441 Robinson ...
Velio Wagons 8
Herring Bones 7
I Certified Koals 6 6
: Hansum Brix S 7
i Individual averages
II. K, Sunderland..
v.. M. Sunderland.
At. I Name.
171 strothrr ....
1491 Peck ,
wuve USl Price
Tuntate 1241 "'ynn
Faelck 123 Gwln
Standard 4)11 Lencrue
Polarine Auto Oil 21
Perfection Oil 18
Mica A Hie arease 15
Crown Gasoline 12
Namea. At. I Naroea.
rain 169) Plamondon ........... 137
llobart winilmore IM
Kolleatelle llllgehenk . 131
'Jones 1311 Johanson 121
Harmon 1461 ftagerman 128
Baum 1471 Alleman 136
Byrne , 1441 Nelion 121
Everett I.i !44l Brattle 113
Moore i 1441 tI , 103
Kline 141 Cock re II i
Verity .. Hl'ETans 91
I'ailon A GallnBlier League,
W. L. Pet
Stogies .,. 9
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PST SNAKe. THG.
Jfame. , At. Names.
A brain son m
Clnn (Sordini Iienirue.
Bonnie Doons 11 1
Bobblo Burns 5 7
Tam O'Shanters 6 B
Thistles s 9
J. Wat ion 119
F, Falconer 117
A. Falconer 14
! Watson ". 1401
Heed , iy
The Drazdast Kenrut nrn enmlnir strntie
In the Metropolitan league and are to
bo reckoned with when it cone, to pick
ing the winners of this league. Jimmy
Jarosh, their star anchor man Is leading
the league with 190 average, a,'id bids
fair to keep up his present strong gait.
The game last Wednesday n.gnt be
tween, the South Omaha all-stars and the
Omaha all-stars ended In a victory for
tho Omaha crowd, who had a 101-pln lead
at tho end of the three games. To com
plete the match, another three games will
be rolled Sunday afternoon on tho Mor
Tho Brandes High Balls have been, ac
cused of getting down to the alleys early
and occupying both alloys until 8 o'clock,
which keeps their opponents from ob
taining practice before the game. Why
don't the opponents get down a little
early and Jump Into the game? They
Sutherland's departure from the city
leaves a hurd gap to fill In the lineup.
This Is tho second serious blow to them
this season. Jim Illakeney departed
about three weeks ago. TIiIb place was
filled by Anglesburg, but it will bo hard
to fill Sutherland's shoes, as the supply
of sharks is nearly exhausted,
Not only did tho O'Learys of Chlcaijo
win tho Mid-West championship at tit.
Louis, but they also won the champion
ship at Chicago in the recent city tourna
ment held there. They are now out after
tho Illinois state championship. They
will also bo heard from at tho American,
Bowling "congress tournament in' 'Buffalo..
They are having lively times at the
Oate City league. IJvery team says that
some rule was mado to keep them from
winning tho pennant Just at present Joe
Dober seems to bo having the most
trouble, owing to what ho says Is a rule
that no now player can Join the league
unless he has both arms and legs cut
With 3m Blakeney's departure from tho
city, Omaha loses a mighty good bowler,
and Kansas City ' gets one, It is not
Know yet, wether Jim has signed up
with any of the league teams down there,
but It is a sure fact that when once
he hears the rattle of tho pins he will
drop in and show them how the game is
Phil Wolff, at one time considered tho
world's best bowler, Is Intending to stop
In Omaha about Now Year's day on his
way back to his home In Pueblo. He has
been making a circuit of tho middle west
towns. Including the St. IxhiIh tourna
ment, where he won second place In the
Individuals. He Is anxious to tako on u
few matches with Omaha sharks.
Slnoo changing their names the Ixsarys
Engravers have been setting tho Gate
City league on f.ro. They havo been win
ning all their series. They are not con
tent with two games, they usually take
three. The Kaglus, another second di
vision tram In this league, are also mak
ing It hot for their opponents. Their
chief hobby Is winning the whole series
fiom the team at the top of tho list.
Tho rivalry between last year's Mutt
and Jeff teams has been revived and they
win prouanly stage their nrst fray on
tlie Morrison alleys. Kalrlh Sclple Is the
smallest fellow on the Mutt team and
Barney fhaw Is tho largest man on the
Jeff team, so It Is plain to be seen there
I nulte a difference in the size of these
two teams. The Mutts outweigh the
Jeffs, but tho latter have more speed.
It Is hard to understand what Is the
trouble with tho Beacon Press team In tho
Booster league. They havo beerl in tho
1 second division all season and even at
1 Present don't show any signs of taking
any rapid rise in the leaguo standing.
with such snarKs as aiatuin, uaizcr
and Goff In the line-up, and 'with such
i?i 1 good follow-up men as Green, Kranda '
anu luuttry, hub icmhi uukiii. w iimnu u
The Nebraska School for the Deaf,
Friday evening, defeated the First Meth
odists in a fast game of basket ball nt
tho latter's gymaslum, 18 to 11. Both
teams Played a good game, the content
being undecided until tho last few
minutes of play.
Itzpatrlck ....L.F. L.a Zonel
field goals: Tlmmons, 2; Miles, 3;
Cooper. 3; Jackson, 2; Stack, 3. Foul
goafs thrown: Mhes 1, Cooper, 2. Fouls
committed. First Methodists, 9. Nebraska
School for the Deaf, 4. Time of halves:
0:20. Referee; Adams.
DEFEAT FOR PREP TEAM
AT TH0RPEIANS' HANDS
In a one-sided contest the Thorpelan
Athletic basket ball team defeated tho
University of Omaha preparatory stud
ents Friday evening at the University of
Omaha by tho score of 23 to 7. The Thor
peians displayed better team work and
were a great deal more accurate In shoot
ing baskets than were tho preps.
Beacons for the preps made all tho 7
points secured by his team and played
a star game. For the Thorpelans, Schats
and Abrahamson were the star players.
Tho Thorpatan athletic club turned out In
force to witness the game and made
things appear lively when their team
made good baskets.
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OMAHA, MONDAY, DEC 'EM
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TINKER CONTROVERSY OYER
Ebbets to Pay Cincinnati Fifteen
Thousand and Shortstop Ten.
HERRMAN AND STEPHENS AGREE
Conference Lnstn Three Hours Al
most nml All Three Sny They
Are nntlrely SntUfletl
CINCINNATI, Dec. 21-The controversy
over tho services of Shortstop Joo Tinker
between the Brooklyn National lcagtio
club and tho Cincinnati club wks settled
at a conference between President Chnrlos
Ebbetc of Brooklyn and President August
Herrman and Secretary Hurry Stephens
of tho local club yesterday. By tho
terms of tho agreement reached, Ebbets
Is to pay tho local club $15,000 for Tinker,
and Is to hand over 110,000 to Tinker for
signing to play with Brooklyn.
A supplementary agreement also gives
Cincinnati the prlvlloge of purchasing
Pitcher Yingllng and Outfielder Moran of
Brooklyn, while Brooklyn can buy Second
Basemen Egan of the local team. This
latter deal Is optional with both clubs.
They aro given until January 7 to exercise
their options. Cincinnati can purchase
Yingllng for JS.600 nnd Moran for $4,000,
whllo Brooklyn can obtain Egan by pay
Denis Likely to lie Closed.
It Is almost certain that these deals
will bo closed. It was said that final
arrangements for their transfer would
havo been mado today, but for the fact
that both Ebbets and Herrmann desired
to confer with their managers boforo Ab
solutely closing the deal. Ebbets said lio-J
wuuiu comer wuu .Manager uouiBon as
soon us he arrived at homo, and Herr
mann will talk the matter over -with" Hor
zog at tho National Baseball commlslou
meeting hero in Jnminry.
If both clubB exercise their options tho
Brooklyn club obtains Tinker and Egan
for $30,000, $20,000 going to Cincinnati and
$10,000 to Tinker for signing. Cincinnati
obtains Yingllng and :.:oran for $12,500.
Considering tho money subtractions, the
total trade therefore will be that Cin
cinnati will give Tinker and Egan to
Brooklyn for Yingllng and Moran and
$7,500, Tinker getting $10,000 from Brooklyn
out of the deal,
Tho conferenco lasted almost threo
hours, and at Its conclusion both Ebbets
and Herrmann, as well as Secretary
Stehhens, stated that they wero entirely
satisfied with the arrangement Stephens
represents that portion of tho board of
directors of tho Cincinnati Avlilch last
week disapproved of the Tinker deul nH
consummated after tho National league
meeting In New York.
What Tinker Will Be Offered.
NEW YORK, Dec. 21 Word was re
ceived hero by tho Brooklyn club from
President Ebbets lust night that he had
changed his mind about meeting Tinker
in Indianapolis. Manager Wllbert Bob
lnson will proceed, to that city, how
over. It was stated hero on authority tonight
that Tinker was to bo offered $5,000 u
year. Manager Iloblnson wilt show him
a three-year contract at that salary and
ask him to sign It Tinker has been
quoted as saying ho would not play with
Brooklyn unless ho received $10,000 for
1 one yeur or $7,500 a year for three years.
A Brooklyn club official pointed out to
night that Tinker received $5,i0 a year
with a championship team, Chicago, and
was not to get the same salary from a
second division club; but that with tho
$10,00o bonuB his salary at the end of
throe years would be approximately $8,333.
LANGF0RD GETS DECISION
OVER JOE JEANNETTE
PARIS, Dec. 21. "Sam" Langford, the
negro heavyweight pugilist of Boston,
was nwardctl tho decision on "polntB '
over Joo Jcannette of Ilobokcn, N. J.,
at the end ot a twenty-round contest
held here tonight.
The bout was considered in France to
bo for tho heavyweight championship of
tho world. Iangford forced the fighting
throughout tho battle. Jcannette took a
count of nine, three times In the thir
teenth round, nnd at tho end ot th
twentieth porlod wbb barely ablo to
stand. In the twelfth, fifteenth and nine
teenth rounds Jeannetto landed hard
blows on his opponent but they wero
Ineffective. Jeanuetto's gameness fre
quently brought cheers from tho spec
tators. Wnusa 4ilrln Win.
WAUSA, Neb., Dec. 21.Bpc!la!.)-The
girls' basket ball team of Cut Wrkinfleld
High school defeated the girls' .e .in of
tho local high school at tho Wausa
opera house last night, the score belnn
19 to 15. The game was exceptionally
well played and was close und Intercntlug
throughout Miss Haskell cf Wakefield
was the referee.
Let Him Have Him.
Now It Is rumored that Johnny Mc
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from tho Cardinals traveling around the
world as a member of the Giants. ;
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Omaha Nationals Lose by Forty
Seven to Twelve.
BIG CROWD WATCHES SPORT
Telephone Men Hnve It All Over
llniikers on Teniii Work nnd
Arc Superior nt Basket
Nebraska Tel Co 2
a (i l.wo
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. HIkIi School 2
Masco Ar Deemer 1
Benson Pirates 3
Omaha Nat. Bank 2
Bee Pub. Co 1
In a game loosely played tho Nebraska
Telephone company defented tho Omaha
National bank basket ball team Satur
day evening at tho Young Men's Chris
tian association by tho scoro of 47 to 12.
Tho bankers were outclassed In nil
stages of tho game, never having much of
on opportunity to make headway against
their more experienced opponents. At
limes tho contest becamo rather rough,
both teams being penallced freely.
Ono ofthe largest "crowds of the sea
son was on hand to witness the contest
end freely showed their Inward feelings
ns tho gama progressed for or against
their favorlto teams.
Tho telephone men had It all over tho
lankors when It came to tenm work.
Their passing nnd banket shooting was
far superior to that of the Interest chai
crsy Tho bankers had frequent chancos
to make baskets, but In some manner
seemed unablo to nmlto their throws oc-
curat) ly. The telephone team also played
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his athletic days at Nebraska and In
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