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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, 1914.
opffliM r Came Saturday
The Wonder is They Let Jeff Get Away with It
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
us Sioux City High School to
Xfeet in Basket Ball.
b.i.i.i I. n r
While Some of the IMnyers Are
Crippled nnd No Olil Vets
1 to Help Out.
enlns game of the high school
rm amU.JhI. I -1. ill . - .
next Saturday evening at the
OVBff Mn l ChriMtlAn nfutftdtttlnri wlmii
r cQiiuiiiei us ivmu lu wrmuiiu ill-
- - w I. .. ...u IIUIHV V U V I b nilU
vnwins me oiotcncs wnicn umana
wie.cn inn lin-rivor um a n-mwlilli. iam
MM The lad from the hill at that time
' , (
f . I . sopt HeeT
1 V ' - fo' ' ' T0- THIS OMD , i '
Of A OOB '- i
uwBHUt'M in miiiiiiiK limn ni inn rrtnm
C if A M 1 a . . i.
m run uuru .ikuuiik ana ino visiiorB
in Bif'Eiuiiiit: in turn inn itipk nrnunn
Om&fca team Is this year much weaker
ord last year, and Coach Mills la do-
iuluu uuuiuua ui hid uuimuin ii inn
v I. Ji ci t . t
vvw vwimi vtuu man ni uiu iiutu
hJift ntlMll IBt vflp nmeha Ihla vae
mo i cam ior iwo years.
JBloax City's team, on tho oxher hand,
veteran outfit Four of last year's
en. AiurunSi iiancn worm a a
w iruu litis iiul euno uuwn ici iieioaL
vt f Kle wklU PahhI. f lit.
forced to content Itself with the
Tho visiting team is held to bo one of
hn f rnntPAkt rttttfltn avp titt nt
tin j ii mh n m . APrnniitiT in i 1 1 1 a 111 inm
verve jess man 1WJ Dounds. as com-
TV ' I - I- 4fF II- ... !..
wit man bwuuui BiiiJvi ici via 1 1 uiu
h team IowaM vIMnrv nnrl h U count
hltltv r.nfrlt" Tlat will h ntlt nf Knf.
ib Alien, aim iiuiiicn. wun in nn inn i our
hi wlr fm nrftpflPA AVfrv nffrnnmi.
ISA IlUk lYJ 111 HU11IL1U IL LiailllllU LU IIIUI Ik
i m LiuciiiiK Liin Luiiinni. m iin iiiuuiluiu
I..U.... Murphy (C.)
IOWA CJXT. Ia,. Jan. S0.-8peclal Tfl-
"r"'".) Cemlng from behind In the last
Hi ill lie In nl urn of clay after trailing
Arven, tiU Second halt Iowa won from
4tetta hera tonight In the foatcet
MMtnt ball game of recent years, It to 1L
InaMlKy t threw fouls-almost cost the
lawkey the'SKmo as the Gophers oVer
M , a" one-point lead at the start of
be steand period by five consecutive
re throws and for . time eeomed to
iwv tho game sewed up, Von Iockum;
tfajowa brought the score to a tie less
haw sv minute before the closo of tho
same by dropping In a free throw and
t aecewd later with a Minnesota guard
iSMglng' to him flipped the ball through
M ring with one band for the winning
Tlie first half ended, 10 to 9 In favor of
owtu Minnesota failed to get a field
io&l In the second period. Lineup:
IOWA. I MINNESOTA.
fields , n. F.flt 1'. McKean
ott lckum.U I'M I P. tinwyer
Jrlssel ".,. 0.'J Btandavold
'areons.,......It. a. l it. a. ,, ..Lewis
laokMN ....... L. a,L. U. ..........Payne
IMibstllutcs: lowa. tinyilcr for Field".
ettMHy' for Parsons; Minnesota. Gilt
ISA tor McKean; Hall, McCrcary for
Mrycr:Swyer for titnndavold. Field
: vo iocKum (i), urissei (, Jack-
SIR, You CAN'T (MAtlNG HO ORRV SAiAi
rr WAS fVJRlf ,m ACClDGMT.Bur
HUR-TS fA GCGATCY. t VcNOU THAT I OSNT
P.ePCAC THe AfttCrON yot HPiO Fofc
TttXJt Lsrpe-T , "3 . s
SIR, I'A reePCf fVStMeD ACOOT THti
THlUk AMD VitU to THG BttT I CAN
To KepcAcjeTHeDo6-.THee.es. no N&et
OH, THAT'S ALU
RIGHT X JUST
JTAKIN4 HitA Down
"THG R.OAD TO SHOOT
s iLBm v ,r
C TW fftm I 0
aStsuMavold (I), McKean, Lewis. Free
ru: Xan Lockum (2). Lewis (6). Hef
nMR Rchoomcr. Chicaga Umpire:
IMiet, Ames. Time of halves: 3D inln-
Janters WIh (lamr,
AMBtl. In., Jan. 20.-( Special Telegram.)
-The Jttltlors defeated the nvn-vcnr Ac.
ii w) j-, hub aiiernoon in me tint
. ARies imerciass oasKet ball series.
e openoa me nrst annual indoor
vhlch has a program of thirty
I nt fiDortS. The clnsa wlnnlnir
enrMval shall recelvo tho president's
iropay oirerea oy I'rendent IL A.
Armand La Tresse
in Rough Match
Armand Ia Tresee, a big, husky Bel
gian who halls from Canada, came to
sudden and deplorable grief last, night -it
the Krug theater when Youslff Hussane,
Farmer Durns' perfectly good protio,
heaved the gent to the mat two suecsslve
falls in thirty-two minutes and twenty
secoorts and eleven mlntitos and two ten
onds respectively. The invading party,
who weighs about thirty-five pounds more
than tho Omaha inat1', stnrtol to adopt
ungentlemanly tactics which roiled Air.
llussane to such an otcnt tnnt the first
twenty minutes of .he flr-tt full was a
rough and tumble bout which kept l ho
large crowd on Its fret constantly. Tho
outcome so peeved llir Canudluii that ho
refused to shake hands and Ignomlnl
ously left tho stago muiierlns untxpur
gated French epltrvots whllu tho crowl
hooted vociferous tnrawcth.
There wero four rattlln? prellmlno'rlos.
Farmer Burns opened the evonlng by
demonstrating a few holds and locks with
his son, Raymond, its tho machine to
work on. Then Raymond wrestled with
Roy M. Stanton of Arkansas and came
out on top In eight minutes and twenty-
six seconds. Papa Burns then took on
the lad and manifested to tho audlcnco
that the joungcr generation wasn't so
smooth by clamping Raymond's shoulders
to the pnd In six minutes.
Frank Coleman, a prominent local man,
and Jap Tumlseu, who once Instilled en
thusiasm In foot .ball crowds at Crelghton
field by his famous drop kicks, put on a
snappy go which ended with Coleman tho
winner In two straight falls, eighteen
minutes and nine minutes and forty seconds.
Drlnrs Sacrccds Kelt.
J JWrgRIOR. Neb.. Jan. S0.-(S)eclal.)-1
) rectors at the Superior Base Ball asso
T I tetlon have named William elites as nn
j Y w oireciora 10 cucveea A. C. Felt.
i m contracts are being sent out to pi ay
! . ior the State league team here.
Kjr to the Sltuatlon-fcco Advertising.
Camp Would Have
Field Judge as an
Official of Game
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Jan. 2o.-In dls
cusolng tho approaching meeting of the
foot ball rules commlttco In Now York
next month, Walter Camp, the Yale foot
ball authority nnd a member of tho com
mittee, said tonight that he was in fa
vor of the rclntroductlon of the field
Judge as, an official. The game Itself has
reached such a high stato of perfection,
he said, that there Is little room for Im
provement In the rules.
'AH players ahd, coaches look forward
with more or less nnxloty to this meet
ing," said Mr. Camp, "for upon its
action depends tho kind of a gome they
will be obliged to learn for the coming
fall. For two years now the rules have
remained so stationary that they have
had a fair test In actual play and the
game resulting has apparently been sat
isfactory while still admitting of a much
Mr. Camp favors the field Judge "be-
causo the plays made possible under the
forward pass and quick kicks aro begin
ning to take on such a complicated va
riety that two officials can no longer be
expected' to cover every point"
Magnates of Majors
Sure Federals Will
Blow Up Very Soon
CHICAGO, Jun. SO.-Reprcsentatlves of
both warring factions of organized and
outlaw base ball, the latter as represented
by the Federal league, wero confident 'to
night of future success. Predictions that
the Federal league would give up the
ghost In a short time were made by
President Johnson, of tno American
; mart OftKm
A brand aew Jde
Bllvtr Collar with
a dUtiset Trans-
The extreme of
ela Mitec make which enable the
Ujar t retain Its original goodness tnna
jftale hsr tk reUewtar Bealen
Hios. Kilpatrkk & Co.
SOCIAL DAMCIKG PARTY
league. Charles W. Murphy of Chicago
iTl."'! Mnt'mf.n ..T m Fflera,a 'should have been scheduled later
headquarters were filled all day with men
who were optlmlstlo for tho futuro of the
new league, whllo about forty ball play
ers, many of them members of major
league teams, made calls at the office.
The most noted of the players present
were Russel Ford and Ed Bweeney, bat
tery mates of the New York Americans.
Howard Camnlts also was a caller.
TJni of Omaha to Play
University of Omaha and Wesleyan
University of Lincoln will meet Wednes
day evening in basket ball prowess. Tho
contest will be the first collegiate game
for the Omaha team and will give Coach
Ritchie a chance to see what his men
can do against one of the stronger schools
In the state.
Coach Ritchie Is not very optlmlstlo
over the probable outcome of the game,
as his men have been together only a
short time. Word from Lincoln is to the
effect that the Methodists are stronger
this year than for a number of seasons
and that they huvo been practicing for
about a month.
Considerable criticism Is being made by
a number of Omaha students because the
athletic committee has scheduled a game
so early In the season. As Wesleyan la
perhaps the strongest quintet the Uni
versity of Omaha will meet this season
these students point out that the contest
Oamnitz and Ford
Sign With Federals
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. The Federal league
signed two big league pitchers today,
Russell Ford of tho New York Ameri
cans and Howard Camnlts of tho Phila
delphia. Nationals. The nows of their
signing came from managers of the Fed
eral teams. Though other players. It Is
believed, wero lined up today for the new
league, no official announcement was
made to that effect. Ford will probably
be added to the Chicago roster and Cam
nlts either to Pittsburgh or Indianapolis.
"NAP" RUCKER SIGNS
TO PLAY WITH DODGERS
NB YORK, Joji. 20. "Nap" Rucker has
signed a three-year contract to play with
tho Brooklyn National leaguo club.
Five additional members of the Brook
lyn toam have signed contracts, It was
announced today. Pitcher Allen and
Catcher Fischer signed, Allen for two
years and Fischer for three. J. Carlisle
Smith, third baseman, and Hccklnger,
ratchor, accepted torms for one year, and
McCarthy, catcher, for three years.
HAMILTON, O., Jan. 20,-Carl Wellman
today signed a thrco-year contract with
tho HI. Louis Americans at a salary of
U.COO a year. It has been reportod that
Wellman would Join tho Federal league.
DETROIT, Mich., Jan. 20. The signed
contracts of Shortstop Owen Bush and
Outfielder Robert Veach were received
today at tho office of tho Detroit Ameri
can league base hall club.
Tho signed contract of Catcher McKee
also was received today by the Detroit
Kruse 130 1D0 US 4fi8
Qolen 14.- 152 194 481
Looney IT. 193 ISO 645
Claybourno 13S lis 159 47S
Oato City league:
Name. 1st. 2d. .
Abbott 161 203
Radford 141 125
Purshouso ....i 201 1S6
Ooodheart 152 223
McCabo ICS 171
KH 811 2,600
sides the students a number of the play
ers have openly expressed themselves as
not willing to accompany tho team to
Lincoln under tho circumstances.
Besides Manager High and Coach
Ritchie the following players will take
the trip: Flnley Jenkins, Paul Selby,
Elmer Rhoden, John Selby, Victor Jor-
KANSAS CITY GETS NEXT
INTERNATIONAL AIR RACE
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 20. The next
International balloon race was awarded
to Kansas City at a meeting of the Aero
Club of America, held in New York to
day. This Information was contained In
a message from Allen R. Hawley, presi
dent of the Aero Club of America, re
ceived this afternoon by cGorge M. My
ers, president of the Kansas Aero club,
"The- international race will start from
this city October 6." Mr. Myers said.
The race was awarded to this city be
cause of Its central location and our fa
cilities for handling tho event."
Hulrn Committee tn Meet.
NEW YORK, Jan. 20.-E. K. Hall,
chairman of tho Intercollegiate foot ball
rules committee, today railed a meeting
of the two committees In this tlty for
BALTIMORE, Jan. 19.-A contract was f"e"' Andraw Dow nd GorM Par-
let today for the grading of the Federal numoer ol 106 uoay nave
leairue crounda he ami work in ..., mad arrangements to witness the con-
. . . . . . .
In a few days.
DETROIT. Jan. 19,-The signed con
tracts of Pitcher George Dauss and Pat
rick Bauman. second baseman, have been
received by the Detroit American league
base ball club, according to official an
nouncement today. It was also said that
Shortstop Owen Bush had mailed his
signed contract from Indianapolis. Fed
eral leaguo offers had been made to the
Ms? SaX. 3sCt
nl rsnOntr Btnsots
THE JOULY 24
O'KEEFE KNOCKED OUT
BY FRENCH CHAMPION
NICE, Jan. 20 Georges CarpenUer, the
French heavyweight champion, knocked
out Pat 0Keefe of Ireland tonight In the
second round, O'Keefo went to the floor
with a Tight hook to the Jaw and atayol
there. Ia Uta first round O'Keefo was
also floored and Mtmes to hare Hills
ohaaca xt smj tbse mxxixxt tfes Frearfc-
NOTRE DAME WILL PLAY
FOUR GAMES IN THE EAST
NOTRE DAME. Ind., Jan. 20.-Notre
Dame will play Yale at foot ball next
season, It was announced today. Con
tracts for a gamo to be played at New
Haven on October 17 were signed yester
day, making the fourth, gamo with an
eastern school to be assured to Notre
Panto neat fall.
Already contracts fur games with West
Point, Carlisle and Syracute have boon
made. Notre Oamo and Ynla havo jxivcr
mt oa the gridiron.
JOHN DISMISSED WHCV
HE TELLS HJS PROFESSION
With the Bowlers
Totals 826 908 872
PETE LOCHS JRS.
"t. 2d. 3d. Total.
Morton 175 183 180 ' 63S
Hansen 207 169 214 680
Brown 215 173 191 6S0
Totals 698 615 685 1,698
. 2d. 3d. Total.
Mcduire 144 149 ... 292
Lytle 177 184 181 642
McDonald 179 181 145 605
Cross 153 i6J
Totals 600 614 479 1.493
Standard Oil Lena-ae.
POLARINE AUTO OIL.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Byrnes 176 200 170 546
Harmon 144 ICG 137 161
Cain 166 16S 219 563
Totals 486 62S 646 L500
MIOA AXEL GREASE.
... , 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
KfSlson 133 159 133 427
Everett 127 138 157 422
Thes , 175 185 170 630
Totals 435 482 462 1,379
MICA AXEL GREASE.
,. 14 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Vorlty 127 H9 128 374
Hagerman 108 106 148 S92
Hobart 1M in me
l'lamondon , ... 153 152
Totals ...... 358 408
Baum 170 149
Johansert 187 131
Totals 'f 510 ' 410 . 470 1,390
KnlRhta of Columbnn League.
MURPHY' DID IT.
Name. 1st. ha jm
, . T. . . -- ' " . w tn. .
jj. uusumun ..........il&J
B. Leary 135
Name. 1st. m m. Total.
Johnston 161 126 140 427
Kcefe 146 138 119 421
Mnhcr 125 156 152 433
Kennedy 161 156 135 453
Rossbach 127 125 252
703 671 2,072
12 3 Tot..
King 137 182 220 639
Harklns ; 121 135 86 342
Bourgeois 179 113 107 399
iWielch 128 165 194 487
Ortman 158 165 140 453
Totals 723 750 747 2220
12 3 Tot.
Holbrook 133 135 122 390
FlUgerald 145 2U 180 636
McCauley .-. 100 64 134 298
Mutlon 163 144 152 454
Melek 1S9 143 144 476
Totals....... 725 697 733 2,154
1st 2d. 3d.. Total
Neale 190 165 203 658
Huntington 178 187 185 658
Weeks 170 189 180 539
Denman 180 184 183 647
Conrad 222 259 197 678
Totals 940 984 948 2,872
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Plymton 175 183
J. Jarosh , 203 206
Cummlngs 203 237
McCarthy 55 204
Green 224 277
Totals ...j. 1,065 .1,107 1,013 3,185
Fnlrmont Creamery Lensme.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Holcomb 134 166 170 470
Kulonck 10S 112 78 298
Gasser 122 165 122 409
Smith 145 - 114 119 378
Welgel 138 107 147 392
Totals J 647 -' 664 635 1,947
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Gllday Ill 157 160 '418
Gabriel 115 125 125" 3G5
Hess 187 157 162 606
Haulman 176 123 134 433
Hauscr i.... 169 127. 163' .449
' Totals 748
x LIQUID GOLD.
. 1st. 2d.
Lang '166 . 21S
-Miller 118 139
NeUon 188 179
.Jensen .v.. 103 169
Gibson 171 131
689 734 '2.171
Totals 746 831- 711
Bland 169 202
105 Bertwell 145 112
McCoy 136 183 176 495
Rewans 103 139 131 373
Smith 116 131 134 3S1
Totals 659 797 738 2,191
1st 2d. 3d. Total.
Cavett 125 146 116 3S7
Heldt 126 159 112 397
Jake 84 122 125 331
Sr-'er Ill 121 172 401
Hi...er , 128 233 186 647
Total 674 781 721 2.026
1st 2d. 3d. Total.
TJorby 202 136 143 482'
Savage 142 122 149 .413
Hess 103 137 142 382
Cliiistcnsen 154 141 132 427
Bonlne 121 1ST- - 113" --397
Totale 723 693 6& 2,101
for Couple They
Hounded to Death
CORTLAND, I1U, Jan. 19. This village
Is silent and grief-stricken today prepar
ing to follow In a body the funeral of
John Aldls and his 16-year-old nleco who
killed themselves as a result of the de
nunciation that followed their marriage.
Three Weeks ago, when It became known
that Aldls and his sister's young daugh
ter, had been married for nearly two
months, the couple were threatened with
being tarred and feathered. Tho indig
nant villagers refused to speak to the
girl and the public prosecutor" warned
them that they must cither havo the mar
riage annulled or leave tho state.
; Aldls" finally went away, but no one
would have anything to do with- the
bride. She sent for Aldls. On Saturday
they decided to give up the fight Later
they. were, found dead from poison.
A meeting was held today. Money was
subscribed for flowers and Wednesday all
Cortland will follow, the .funeral to tho
Frightened to Death.
SJDNEY, Ia., Jan 20.-(Speclal.)-S!d-ney
relatives of Mrs. Hattle Riffle, of
Jitaysvllle, Mo., received word that the
had been frightened to death by two
drunken men. No further particulars are
at 'hand. The parents of the dead weaian,
Mr. and Mrs. William Watson, und her
brother, Wallace Watson, left for Mays
vlllo last night
JETTER'S OLD AGE.
Name. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Baehr 177 145 161 483
Bland 166 179 181 66
Gllbreath 191 190 174 655
Zlm 1SS 2S3 195 686
Zarp 176 231 ICS 67.8
Totals SOS 95t 879 2,718
FRANK'S CANDY KIDS.
Name. 1st. Id. 3d. TotaL
Learn ..215 1S6 225 626
Petersen 174 206 182 672
Nelson 190 157 173 619
Fagerberg ...171 172 226 669
Hull 167 169 170 506
Totals .,..917 840 975 2.7JJ
BESELIN TRADE MARKS,
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Chandler 1GS 154 201 SO
Rengelo 179 146 153 4SS
Beselln 161 169 171 491
Lytle 212 303 167 681
Huntington 1S4 195 202 651
Totals 814 S56 899 2,62
TRACY'S LA TRUDAS.
1st 2d. 3d. Total.
J. Hawley 139
ii. iiawiey its
Emv Jj&ot Xkjwtts CRT. rat lutaasoJ
ia iMr oesrt "r ti 4fs JMtc Straw 163
kat .fc was & WS! jp'javc 4& .Paste Totals sa ED) 20 JJ1
JC6tv. -uU ittl A sun jonwMiriV o- . -rr. ,1 ...Mmi. .. i.....
NEW YORK, Jan. X-insSh TXttSSom aflituaiutad with JMH SnhtrOuk. Job .hsd1 Special match came. UetroDoUtaa
KrSSlnE K Waving -n- ud haiuaa toS ? Metropolitan
Brittle tJrThrndl-- UUle Mnnnts'i Qty E:
oataetu the 411th and aauurrlh. Brttlon Ututa Oie was -ahle An umQiL Xmme. i u
welfc-haB Jtt jsumds at&d SUaar 3 J lnTn rS j j aSt
A. G. Spaulding & Bros. Sweaters Reduced 334
W. J. P. Sweaters, regular $10
W. J. Sweaters, regular $8.50
Too large a stock compels us to reduce materially tho prices of Spaulding Sweaters
heretofore kept at a standard price. They aro the highest grade sweaters made by
this well known sporting goods house. The colors are gray, blue, maroon and scarlet,
all with largo shawl collars. See them in our window. Above prices this week only.
413 South 16th St.
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