Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 04, 1914, Page 4, Image 4
TT1E BKE: OMAHA, "WEDNT1SDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1914. Jeff Had Only Treated Mutt with Silent Contempt :- Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher t H LAWSON MEETS WATERLOO Canadian Wrestler Falls Omaha's Turk. Before YOU StfvP, KQjeuTlt(H ATVHGRMVty I ASkED VOU For. A ClfcWTVe AND J THCR-e YOM io AoAIN VOO SIMP, I TUOK VOU (WT ArfOH0 sotAE. sweti. PeopcG and juvr as rA "AIN'T Aq YOU CACTU TH6 IDeA,? DON'T YOU KM0U WW YOO CAN'T USE THE UOfC:S "AIN'T ArAO TtKBfiUiHr ."none TbGeTHeR? OH, X SES WHAT VOU ' ' r r V-J l BUT r A,N'T HUSSANE THBOWS HIM EASILY Opponent from North Several Pounds Heavier, but Pnt Airnr After SBtne IntereatlnB 3Int - AVorlf. ( The second of oacar Thorsen'a Canadl an, thla Umo Tom Lawson. the cham pion of that vait area of Frenchmen and forests, Invaded Omaha last night and returned aa per schedule to tell them how Youslff Hussanc, Omaha's terrible Turk, proved to be the better man. . Youslff did tha work laat night In thirty-eight min utes and thirty seconds and fourteen mtroitta flat, respectively. The powerful Ecotch-Canadlan, who weighed several pounds more than Hus nine, proved to be ft strong man a la Sampson, but ho didn't provo to have those csscntlals-bralns and speed. Tho Turk had both of those- requisites as well ns considerable strength, thus the victory for Omaha. At the start of tho match some fear was expressed that Hussano had met his match, but such was not tho case, and tho wily Turk bored In with a vengeance nhfoh sirnt Canada off tho map via a In; hold and & head lock which tied Canada up very much like a Jack-knife. gecntitt Foil Bitslcr. The second fait was easier, as Lawson had Weakened perceptibly and Ills legs no longer contained tho resisting power they did during the first bout. Another Ictr hold,- accompanied by a scries or In describable locks and bars, caused Law son 10 succumb a, second time, and llus sane put another notch In his club. To comply with force of habit and by waVot 'rotntnder to Mr- Thorscn that ho (Tboraen) still had Wcstergaard on his string of wrestlers. Farmer Burns dial- . - . I - fmmlh. Lint- nf V.ntf irilKCa UIO nwuui tvm ..... t - " . land to Black Tony, and specifically stated that he wished Mr. Westcrgaard woulcf emerge from his hiding place so that Youslff could get a. crack at him. aa Youslff will "take any of 'em on, any old time, any old placo." Nobody was In a. hurry to accept the challenge after' viewing; Hustane. demonstrate his prow s. The Preliminaries. 'As a preliminary, Charlie Burns,' Farmer Burns' baby boy, took on West Uejpm or 'Council Bluffs In a handicap matin. Tho! lad from - Council Bluffs tried ,to th,row Baby Charllo In flftoon mljtilt'es, but lie had no luck. Then' Frank Coleman, who also hnlls from tho village across- the Muddy, -heaved Into Jack Clayton from filoux City, Cola- man's legs were too much for the Sioux city iaa ana no cnpuuiaicn in iwo tans, each of which took twenty-two minutes. Coleman's labyrinth holds, by which he uses couple of more legs than a nor mal man should have, were oven new ones to Farmer Burns, but for all that tho proved cffoctlve. CH" vgu ron. a CIGrK.rrS Do You THINk VoU OH, 5LR.2j tY MOW WeiU,THeN 1L, ASK VOU AD I "See- "excuse Mfi. SIR. CUT COULD YOU OQt-lGS M6 twiTH (K GICAKTTC? J X AIN'T GOT 50NVE BUT UHN GBT II VS V; , 4 r.. 'v tr. i..,."'- ill- Q.'. ti. Fit . Keyt .140 iso 163 t ICO iMtJi.the Bowlers Totals 775 Kit SIO BnODKOAAIlD CnOWNH. lut 2d. 3d. Green ....,.....,...,. .183 181 181 Mlcxel 169 144 180 Montlo 119 Croun 178 147 Cuming 181 311 220 Angelsbcrgr m 187 141 m ISO Total. w 4i3 . 119 613 bii X' . Spfelal Mnteh. AMKR1CAN KXPRKS8. - Jt i- Sd. ,.3dr ,Total Jeyen M, ug 5Kk "' ""I3 1 186 itu 1 177 Dfu ,. 138 MS'-'-! 413 in ii 1G5 iai ICO 191 100 lams as traveling representative of tho CubJ. 4Tots4 .....638' 716 G65 I ORCHARD & W1MIELM CO, Sty ; iii "'"juck ...IK) ie7 V&II 1M 1H A.Bowers ,.,.151 JM Sd. Total is( m US 411 117 4t.1 193 1 145 490 'N? "' 801 W 4 KHiwfcu at CiMmbHK BnOWWINa-KlNO, JSt 2d. Ctbry 147 ISO iije;y im im MOAndrewa .1S3 im Thomas ....rt... 134 i$3 Bolcr , isg .Totals .780 m uoimaKois co. 3. M 118 JUrklns .ii jai ttar..:::::::d S t4 ... tn '. XcUlLUAN HolkWok ; ,,,.K7 McQirtlite , ...KK MMlH ..UK .w......,...i 753 2,331 i.eHKue, 3d. Total. 135 134 140 in US 448 43 t07 100 31 Totals $13 801 m 1U FRANK'S ICANDY JC1DB. 1st M." 3d. Total. i-eiirn , 200 219 Faserbera; 231 . 203 .?:L- ..." M.iv.IOJ- 1W mjiiuiir,- ...1, ..., im iu Hull. 173 1S3 Tptais ,;..:. 8o 810 m im HpcolHl Mntoh. STANDARD OIL. . . 1st 3d. 3d. Total. Byrne 203 164 130 493 HaUttl I...1...174 m 191 bf Jlobart m 124 134 396 Jones 176 iss lis ciz Cain 307 170 KS. 0$3 Totals 897 811 8U 2.519 McCORD & BRADY CO. 1st 2d. 3d. Total. Fctman l&f. lis 150 423 Drummond ..." 159 137 144 440 tilOr ..,.... ,. ...118 )6l 1.U 150 Karnman 168 1 35 140 441 Rico ISO 215 163 m "KING" COLE WAVERING. HE IS AFTER MORE COIN NICW YORK, Feb. 3, Leonard (King) Cole, who Jumped from the Now York to the Chicago Federal leaguo club, was brought tonight to Now York by Arthur Irwin, scout for tho Yankees. Cote said he Is still & Federal leaguer, but "wants to do what Ja right." When asked wRh which club ho would rather Uy Colo said he wquld play where ho srot the most money, Ho added that tho Federal league was to give him more moRoy than ho asked from Farroll, presi dent of tho local Amorlcan club. After a talk jirlth Farroll, Colo said he would not como to any decision until tomorrow. NAVIN RECEIVES SIGNED CONTRACT OF DELMAR BAKER DETROIT, Feb. 3. Tho signed contract of Delmar Baker, a recruit catcher from tho Lincoln (Neb.) cli)b, was received to day by President Navln of tho Detroit American league base ball team. "With the exception of Pitcher Wlllott, who went to tho Federal league, only two vet eran Detroit players have not accepted terms for 1SH, They aro Outfielder 8am Crawford and Dol Oalnor, first baseman. SPRINGFIELD, 'Mass., Fob. 3. Catcher Patrick F.' O'Connor today announced' thnt he has signed with the BU Louts Nationals for next season. O'Connor was a member of tho Pittsburgh team when w 731 !,2f7 3d. 136 122 150 133 164 13 Totai. 443 415 419 367 SIS :i 7M HATS. 3d. 3d. lit 133 im m m m 7U r,2o Totals S15 ,767 733 2.3H 0HI0WA BOYS AND GIRLS WIN BASKET BALL GAMES OHIOWA, Neb., Feb. J.-(Sneclal.)The Ohlowa High school boys' backet ball team defeated tho ftblckley team on tho tatter's floor Saturday evening by the score ot 40 to 27. The team, work of the I Ohlowa forwards and centers was at most dashing. Lineup and summary: Total m WWTAN LAUNDRY. y.u... 1M. 3d 3d, ...... .14 Ktmy s; ,.,tt83 acli ,, 160 Handles ,. r Total. 404 323 M4 46t aincKLEY D, HerquhK..M.L,F, II. Price 11. F. O. Price C. HeiWtn ,...;U.Q. i. lierquu OHIOWA. L.F, Bchafor It.F.4 Pflug O, ..,.., AV. Domeler u.u. ...... uarnaun ll.Q , L, Domeler 5 K V4 Total. 847 417 31 111 156 133 140 7 Totals .......,B4t HANLBY Si MACE. lit. K7 517 1.C35 Cunntncbam . ., ui 0vtn , ,,144 T...llnley,, ,,.,.i(0 Morton . ..,,,,,,.. .138 Olbb !""!"! 84 173 1W 143 m id. 143 160 141 130 137 Total. 289 49 sso 4 t ....H.U. Field aoala: D. llorauut. 3: H. Price. 1: (T. Vrcr, 4j R. Ueniulst, 1; Schafer, 4i Pflu, 6; W. Domeler,.."! Harrison. 1. Free throws: V. Derqulst. i w. Do roeler. 6. Referee! Lively. Scorer: Met ealf. The same evening the Ohlowa gins de feated the Shlckley girls, In a noman's game until the final whistle blew, by tho score of 30 to 23. The lineup and sum mary. OHIOWA. .1 SUICKLT3Y, Domeler UP.i iteston ii.tr. Uerqulst ,..C. Sklpton ......... .UO. nraycr iuu L.F., ,. Converse R.F Wilson C II. Blgman L. (...,.. F. Blgman R.Q Uarta Totals B97 MURPliy DID IT. Bob Bushman 1S5 jm Fiugeraid. ,.ni im Vtry. ,w A. Johnston 154 176 Heyer.- S10 201 743 130 2,070 3d. 143 131 123 m 194 Total. CIS 413 443 4JK COS Field coals: Converse. 8: Wilson. Rerqulst, 3; Domeler, 4; Ueaton, 1; Ii, Blgman. 10. Free thrown Wilson. 1. Referee: Lively. Umpire i Ort. Scorer: uetcair, AGREES THAT COLLEGE MEN SHOULD PLAY SUMMER BALL Totals S4S 875 723 7,441 POLARIXE AUTO OILS. 1st. 2d. M. ;-ne IM m m 7,ne 13 lig 164 t-ftln J41 219 174 TOtsl. they 190S. won tho world's championship In DORCHESTER DEFEATS MILITARY ACADEMY DORCHESTER, Neb,, Feb. 3.-(Spe-clnl.) The Nebraska Military academy basket ball team, under the leadership of Prof. Haywood, met heavy defeat at tho hands of the Dorcheatcr High" school hero Monday evening, by the score of 20 to 12. Carper played a star game for the locals by throwing nlno field gqals, while Ward threw one an,d Byers two,. Jensen and Durham each threw two 'f ield and two foul goals for the visitors. Tho lineup: Dorchester. Position. "Lincoln. Carper Center Plsotte B. Byers Left Forward Burham Ward-Johnson. R. Forward.... Jensen Kunkel. ......... Left Guard Lane Kemper Right Guard Rlnney Referee, Coach Morton of Dorchester. J. W. COLE, OLD TIME PUGILIST, IS DEAD UTICA, N. T., Feb. 3.-John M. Cole, formerly well known pugilist, died here today. He was manager and sparring partner for Joe Coburn, ono tlmo Amer ican champion, and John C, Hccnan, and also appeared In exhibitions with John Lu' .Sullivan. Superior Tcnnm Win. SUPERIOR, Neb.. Feb. 3.-Spectal Tel egram.) Superior High school teams won tii.l, ..Irla' n.H hnelfnt hall ffampti from Red Cloud.. ...... CONTRACT LET FOR FEDERAL;. STANDS AT BALTIMORE, PARK II ( T T'T , f ,1 1." t..t. nW nnMt..l4,'fi. unu.ipivitwi ' 1 Hi u. .lie iiviui!.. vi tho erection of stands at the Federal leaguo base ball park wero let today. It. was estimated that the Improvements to the grounds would cost '175,000. '. EnkH Titkca Treatment. In order that It may be' "determined just what Is wrong' with Joe Engel'n pitching Boncsetter Reese pf pjtlngstown, 0..'for treatment. Persistent Advertising Is the Road Big-' Returns. - - - to ATHLETE MAY PLAY WITH TEAM AFTER GRADUATING IOWA CITY, la., Feb. 3.-(Spcclal.l- It was announced today by Iowa, ath letic authorities that Center .Grimel ol the Iowa basket ball team will be al lowed to finish the season with the Hawkcyes, although he Is slated to como up for a degree In February. The com mltteo decided that It would be unfair to rule the player out In the middle of the season. The Iowa five will also bo strengthened by the addition of Novlns, the crack forward of last year's fresh man team, who has been Ineligible until tha end of tho present semester. Flynn Knock Out Boer. NEW YORK. Feb. 3. Porkv Flvnn. the Boston heavyweight, knocked out Oeorge Rode), the Boer, In tho fourth round of a scheduled ten-round match tonight. The bell saved Rodel lu the third round, but a right to tho Jaw Jn the fourth ended tho contest, l'lynn weighed 190 and tho Boer a pound lighter. Frenchman IJefeHteil. ' LONDON. Feb. 3. "Kid" T-atoI. h. English feather-weight, defeated thn Frenchman, Paul Til, In a one-sided con- lesi nero lonigm, scnruuiea to Ro twenty rounds, Til was bo badly punished that the referee stopped tho bout In the twelfth rounu. $6.000.00 CASH AND PREMIUMS 1111 ' " . ' ' i ' 1 ' ' For Manufacturers' Labels and M. and M. Voting Coupons (Direction of Bee Publishing Company) The Next Two Months Will Decide Who Wins Totals PERFECTION OIL. 1st. Ztl. ....... ,m 170 1S3 J33 433 SSS M0 l,4ii !nci ... OHmore .'ohanten Baum , 213 Sd. ItJ 133 Tots I. 431 212 l.Jit Tfla! 40 45) 412 MICA AXLE QIUIASE. ti J.. : fj. Tots' - A,iuiluvii ...... ...if ja icy emy .....;14S 141 is 4iJ Hobart j iso 1S7 m Totals, 434 43 473 1.3S3 CROWN OABOLINE. 1st Id. 3d. Total. PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 1-Declarlng- that academto standing should be the only standard of cltglbllty required of candidates for college bate ball teams. 1 Dr. Arthur Vff apodopced, chairman or the Mi I faculty committee on athletics or tho Uni versity of Pennsylvania, today agreed with tho captains of Ya'e, Harvard, Princeton and Dartmouth nines who have advocated that the college men lie per mitted to play summer ball. Dr. Oood speed said he believed it to be only n question of Ume when the colleges will adopt a universal code that will allow nIV undergraduates whose academlo stand osvert. ...133 ...JOS sit .14 144 1S5 in 101 'OT ! mg Is up to the standard to try (or places on me team. Emlen Hare, chairman of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania base ball committee, recently declared hlmsfclt as favoring 'aummcr baso ball" Totals ...... ...... Si6 433 07 CdWHirrcIal LrnKUt-. QUICK SERVES 1st- 1.1 niipq , ..,.,., Ncwtome ..mm Mtoddsrd 14; Movna ........iso 134 1 431 1.313 Prlinenu .131 137 177 114 IM Il 3d. Total. 490 311 431 S13 ( Totals JA ; crosh. la. A MeCfK,,,... ....... .1 147, 4bV. ........ ,.!.1&8( 130 143 193 143 137 137 ,711 3,523 Sd. ToUl. iss m lit 44B 160 47 1 3j3 THOMAS WILL ACT AS TREASURER OF CUB CLUB CH1CAOO. Feb. i-Charles H. Thomas, present secretary of the Chicago Na tlonslt and formerly with the New York Nationals, ' will atsuma the duties of treasurer, forrnerly held by Charles Will ami, who has Joined the local Federals Thl was announced today by President Murphy, who ascribed to a misunder standing tho tews that Peter Kelly of Roston would, take Williams' place. A new man, however, will succeed Wilt- BREXTON A new and mott attractive White Ssta'n Senped Madrti model which will appeal strongly to the lorn o gcd coUtr style. Shapely -good fitdn j-sjy to j on saa use oo-mwh i spread apart at the top. Colans 2 for 20o Have etclusveljr " & Linocord Unbftak-j d able Uaaanholea. able Uattonholet. Seo. r. Mo ts Xaksrs. Troy. X. V. Creatora of Smart Styles In Collars and Shirt. Tor Rale By the rollowlna- riruisi FOU MKN AND Tkis. Kilpitriik & Ct. SOCIAL DANCING PARTY Evry Thursday Evening Frenxer Hall. 34th and Parker Streets THE JOLLY 24 Seat Floor ) Best Music. iOc person. New and Final Schedule of Voting Values , A Detroiter Touring Car; a Pony, Cart and Harness; Five Pianos; Four Diamond Rings; Four Toilet Sets; Four Lavallieres $1,000.00 CASH TO ORGANIZATIONS Read Carefully. Every Label (Means Votes. Tho following changes in the voting value of tho vari ous products listed in Tho Omaha Bee Merchants' and Manufacturers' Voting Coutest will apply on and after Fobrunry 2,-1914. This is positively the last increase in voting value that will bo mado during tho reinaindor of tho contest. Tho last votes in tho M. & M. Voting Contest will bo received at 12 o'clock, noon, March 28th, 1914. Alamlto Pasteurized Milk nml Cream: 00 votes on each milk cap; 10 votes on each cent for receipted bills. New England llakcry (Dutter Nut Bread) : 1C0 votes on each S-cent loaf; 300 votes on each 10-cent loaf. Oliunct Raking Powder; Bring in at one time TKN of the slip found in the top of rain and re- , celve K.000 votes. Theo votes jrlven In addition to the regular voting value of 400 votes for each slip. Where your dealer does not ban die Calumet Haklnp Powder we will Klve to the contestants who Induce sales bonus votes as follows: For one dozen 10-cent cans pur chased by grocer who has been In duced to stock Calumt, 3,000 bunua vote- for one dozen 1 S-cent can. .6.000 bonus votes; for one dozen ac cent cans. 11,000 bonus votes. Flour (Ilrunner & Son Brands); S-lb. sack; 250 votes; 8-lb. sack, SEO voted- 10-lb. sack, BOO votea; Z4-lb. sack, z.400 votes: 48-lb. sack. 3.400 votes. Dealers' bonus coupons are Issued with each sale to the retailer. Lawrence llorrett (21gurp: Doublf votlntr value on each band 11.400) when brought in SO at une tune The dealer Rets a bonus cou pon on each box of t0. KKliLOGG'S PIiODUOTSi Brlnir in at one time TEN of the triangular tops from Toasted Corn Flakes and receive 6,000 bonus votes; TUN cartons at one time of Kelloffff's Toasted Wheat Mscult and receive E.000 bonus votes. These vots in addition to the regular vot trig value on theso produces. 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