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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1914)
Tin: ni;K: omaiia. Wednesday, November in, idh.
Little Did Jeff Dream that Mutt Was So Atrocious
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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HUSKER :ASK HARYARD GAME
Want ?ot-Seaion Conteit for Belief
of the Belgiam.
STIEHM INST2TTCTED TO WIRE
lorabaelirr Team WIJI Leave' Tbiri
Amy NlaM fur edr Rapid to
FteaaalK, There l atll (iiai
LINCOLN, Nov, n.-(i"rrlal Telegram.)
Nctrraska la angling for a bigger port
r fn game than Illinois, thn western
conference champona. The NebraBha
athletic board . InntnintKl Coach .lumbo
Stlehm to wlr the llarvLrd foot bull au
tborltlea ujgoting a mtnia btwten No
braika and liart-ofd,' tho proceAla to b
applied to the relief of the Belgian.
Sttehm U waiting for the apprpval of
Chancellor Avery before ndlng thle tel
egram, but It U reportd unofficially that
the chancellor ha already aald he will
not atand .in the way of a game with
either Illinois or Harvard. Ktlehm a telo
cram will not be a challenge, biir-wlil
merely euggfM that Nenraka would like
to play Harvard, profiling the Huakera
defeat Iowa next huturday . and aecure
the consent o the Missouri valley author
It lea to a pont-aeaaon game.
No auggertlon will lie made whore the
game will be played,, but preaumably New
Tork City would land It. Providing the
Harvard authorltlea do not aee fit to
accept the Nebraaka offer there if no
doubt but the Nebraaka management will
make a challenge to Illinois fur a poat
eeaaon game. .
The Nebraaka squad, which leave Lin
coln Thureday night for Cedar Kaplda,
la., where It .will remain until the. day
of the game-with Iowa,, .went through a
short scrimmage tonlst.' Not all of, the
regulars were "t and HUehm. wa con
tent to let the men loaf, although he. has
ordered a long acrlmmag Xor Wednes
day and, Thursday .ntghta.
The bualneaa men of Uncoln enter
tained the Huakera' at a luncheon at the
Commercial club today and completed
arrangements for a large delegation of
bualness men to accompany the team to
. The athletic board , also paaaed regula
tions aeklng students not to attempt to
bum" their way to Iowa- The cadet
and will be takea along on the excur
SQUASH PLAYERS ARE
TAKING INTEREST IN GAME
Squash players at the Omaha club are
iinnin ta hold a tournament within the
next two or three weeks. Blnce the ad-
eni vi wraor wwmv, .
-...t. nivra hm Koen srraatly Increased
and all are anxious to teafthetr proweas
U a bona., fide tournament. The moat
prominent of the squash players are
Pnlke Kennedy, John Madden, Ward Bur-
geaa, Lawrence Brlnker and Jim Ken
Hinkey Gives Yale
Team Signal Drill
NEW HAVEN. Nav. W.-Coach Hinkey
today gave the Tale foot ball team an
hour's signal drill, followed by sharp
practice In tackling the "dummy," In
preparation for the Harvard game on
Saturday. All the players who started
against Princeton were in the line with
the exception of Btlllmaa, who has a lama
Tonight 1.100 undergraduates held a
musing celebration over the defeat of
Princeton. Prof. William Howard Tsft
was given a serenade and he made a
brief speech, expressing hope for a Yale
Mahan of Harvard Drop-Kicking for a Goa
Th Etcro cl th Town
; Play Game to Tie
ronTEIWILE..Cal. Nov. 17.-Reveral
small boys were hurt, one severely, when
the roof of a dreaslng room at the ball
park here collapsed today while the tour
ing American and National All-Btar teams
were playing. ' Darkness ended the con-
teat In the tenth Inning. Score: RILE.
Americana t 10 i
nationals . 6 10 .1
Batterlea: Americana. Ituah and Ifonrv.
McAvey; Nationals. Tearoau and Kllitfer.
SLOAN AND BATCHELDER
LOOK OVER NEW SPEEDWAY
J. A. Bloan, manager for a string of
automobile racers. Including Bob . Bur
nam, Louis Diabraw and Kddle Hearne.
was In Omaha Tuesday to give the Omaha
epeedway the once over. Bloan expreaaed
himself as very agreeably surprised and
declared that the track would be much
faater than the Indianapolis track. He
asserts Prince la building a neat track
and that Omaha should startle the auto
mobile world next year when the first
race Is held.
Mogy Bernstein took A. O. Batchhelder.
secretary of the , American Automobile
association and chairman of the ex
ecutive board, out to the track. Batch
helder la the man behind the Ihmn. in
the American association, from which
the Omaha Speedway company must ob
tain official sanction before the big race
drivers of the country will work here.
CARDINALS WILL TRAIN
NEAR SAN A.NT0NIO, TEXAS
KT. LOtUK. Nor. lT.-The Bt. Louis
Nationals will train next spring at Hot
Wells. Tex., a suburb of Ran Antonio, it
was announced today by Schuyler Brit
ton, president of the club.
Four exhibition games with the Cleve
land Americans, who will train at Pan
Antonio, have been scheduled. President
Brttton said he had come to terms with
Miller Hugglns, manager of the team last
season, and that Huggtna 'would alga a
contract to manage next season.
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This picture shows a plsy In the recent clash between Princeton and Harvard, In which the Crimson, warriors crushed the Tiger cohorts in brilliant fashion.
Parkers Play Whist
ASKS JDSTICEFpR FED MEN
FulU Sayi Players Should Be Taken
Into Fold in Case of Peace.
MERCY FOB -PACT JUMPEBS
Thlaks TsTe.y Bhoald Be (iivea Con.
alderatlea it Oatlaw Maojaatea
Are Wrlcoanea lata Or- '
NEW TORK. Nov. 17. Peace between
Organised . base ball and the Federal
full membership In the Base Ball P'y-1 L.feilr and UitUnger. 2; King and
SCHMIDT AND FITZGERALD
SIGN WITHTH KAWFEDS
ST. LOrig, Nor. 17.Wa!ter Ckhmldt,
catcher, and Joe riUgerald, outfielder,
Ut ol the Ban Francisco Pacirto Coast
teain. have signed with the Kansas City
I V'fH.f . 111 B.MHlln I n a. v. u .
trlbuted to President Madden of the Kan-
km , 'if v .liih In an ift.raMn nmr
Madden Is also quoted as saying that COCHRAN IS ELECTED
Manager Etovall of the Kansas City Fed
erals has secured three major league
players who are spending the winter on
the Pacific coast. .
ere fraternity of all Federal league
players who were members previously,
except contract JumVers, It wss stated
tonight by David U Kults, president of
the fraternity. Moreover, the frternlty
would oppose any attempt lo discipline
players who have gone to the Fedora!
league without violating contracta, and It
was felt that even those who had Jumped
their contracta should be dealt with
leniently, he said.
"In the peace negotiations between Or
ganised base ball and the .Federal
league." said President Fults, "much has
been said about taking care of the Fed
eral league magnates, but little about
taking care of the Federal league play
ers. Should the Federal league be taken
Into Organised ball, the Immediate effect
of such a move would be to restore auto
matically to full membership In tho Base
Ball Players' fraternity all Federal league
payers who' were members .previously,
except the eight or ten contract Jumpers.
"Hundreds of players, both In the Fed
eral league and Organised ball, are undor
long term contracts which contain no re.
lease clause. Any peace negotiations,
therefore, which Ignore these contracts
will necessarily fall short of their pur
pose, as the fraternity and the public
will insist that all contracts be carried
In regard to contract jumpers, Fultx
"The magnates should remember that
fog every player who has Jumped a con
tract thc.re has been a magnate,' an older
and more experienced man. who has In
duced blm to do so. If these magnates
are to be purged of all alleged guilt and
welcomed Into. Organised ball, it la hard
to see why the players should not be ac
corded the same treatment"
Thirty-six players In pair play at the
Prairie Park Whlat club made the follow
Eant and West Winners: Ellis and
Martin, 8-; Nelaon and McCann. 6;
HcKthol and Klckier, 4V Drey fuss and
HurnK, S-. Loaera: Benjamin and Mc
Nutt, 's: Stewart and Conley, 3H; Bruce
and Abbott. 3'i; Rowland and Price, 8Vi;
lions and Jeffera, Vi
North and South Winner? Lucke ad
Buck, 12; Lewis and 8gur, 1H; Haynea
Pardnn. . Ioaers: Koier and llartwell.
Morr a and Wood, lu?a; Kuasell and
Will Stay in Chicago
. CHICAGO. NOV. 17. Roger Bresnahan
announced today that two deals regarding-
his future- one by which he would
have become manager of the Brooklyn'
Federals and another by which he hoped,
to . own the - Cleveland association
franchise and transfer It to Toledo,' are
off.. He Is now,' he said, "just catcher of,
th? Chicago . Nationals." .
As for .rumors that he might succeed
Henry O'Day as Cub manager, Bresna
han said - he had f not conferred . with
President Thomas. ,
Bee Want Ada 'Are the Best Buslne
Boosters. . t . . - ...
RAILROAD MEN WJLL '
START BOWLING LEAGUE
The railroad paraencer. men are .or
ganising a bowling league, Harpr Shields
of the Wabash being the prime mover In
putting the organisation on Its feet The
league wjll be made up of Jour, teams of
four. men each and will probably play
Its first games ntxt'week. "Alleys to be
used have not been determined upon.
I Prince of Wales Off
To Front; Joins the "
Staff ofGen. French
. LONDON, Nov. 17. The prince of Wales
crossod the channel last night from
Folkestone to Boulogne on his way to the
front. i t
The prince was dressed la a military
vniform and unostentatiously departed in
an ordinary cross-channel mall packet
boat, the Onward. He has joined the
start of .Field Marshal Sir John French.
The news that the heir to the throne
had been. permitted to carry out the royal
tradition as an army leader has been re
ceived with great . satisfaction by the
newspapers, which express the belief that
It will . stimulate recruiting.
A dispatch from Boulogne to the Daily
Chronicle says: ,
"The arrival of the prince of Wales
here was the signal for an enthusiastic
demonstration, by the British and French
troops gathered on the waterfront Sev
eral tralnloads of wounded alongside the
quay joined In, the cheering. The prince
shook hands with' many of the wounded."
AMERICAN AUTHORESS TO
MARRY FRENCH EDITOR
PARIS. Nov. 17. The bethrothal was
announced In Paris today of Bessie Van
Vorst, the American authoress, ' and
Hughes Lcroux, one of .the . editors, of
LeMatln.' The wedding wilt' take prace
December 26. ' ' . ' . . . .
The Want Ad' Columns of The Bee Are
Read Daily by People In Search of Ad
TURKS LOSE HEAVILY IN
LONDON,' Nov. ' 17. A ''dispatch to the
Exchange ' Telegraph company front
"The -Turks lost 250 men and two guns
destroyed In ' the , bombardment of the
forts of the Dardanelles.
- "The. former German cruisers Goeben
and. Breslau,, which now fly the Turkish
flag, have re-entered the Bosphorus."
Get Acquainted with these
, Ccse ia and let us intro
duce yoa to oar new assort
Best of men's suits and over
coats. Ttej're tie greatest
Takes yoa ever met and we
&3 not think that yoa cm af
ford to purchase your winter
outfit without first meeting
liese sui &nd coats f ce to
face, Lut do not put off call
ing on us at once, as we are
Laving lots cf visitors daily
who are cleojing some of the
lest garments we Lave.
Suppose yoa make it a
point to come ia tomorrow?
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JUAREZ. Mexico. Nov. IS. Benny Cha
ves of Uenver and Han tieimont of
Mempnia. usniweisnta, fought twenty
rounds to a draw here this afternoon.
r CAPTAIN OF MICHIGAN
' ANN ARBOR, illch.. Nov. 17 William
D. Cochran of Houghton, . Mich., was
elected captain of the IMS foot ball eleven
of the I'ntverslty of Michigan this after
Boon. He played right, tackle this eea-
! son. Cochran Is a junior and Is taking-
the pharmacy course.
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MICA AXI.K ORBA8K.
lot. ltd. M Tot
Planiondon l.o 144 I.J
Ixirothy ...HT 1 147 S
Baum K lal 11 4V0
Totals ;....7 411
I"OUARlNK Al'TO Oil
mi. 14. M. Tot.
Johansea ..13 1 'J lb 471
itnnmson ..114 ta 14 4j3
Cain ........Ul M l M
Totals ..'.. 41 1391
1st. Id. 4fTot
Cross in pa 144 -3
Gllniore ...1 1 if 4.1
Kiln 1.4 l- 14 4-a
byreue 14 14 h j
Tola's ...r.si l?i H'i Vut
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Totals ....S97 aoo tiff 17M
1U IX. M. Tot.
lau 1M 111 ! i i
iiiKftfU .,.1 ltf 117 u
.171 H7 1
..14 140 I'll
..17 ill 177
' Total ....rj 57 Ki fcJ
. Irt. M. M. Tot
Moyna IV. 1H4 m fcts
Straw 1J vi )-; 41?
Hxitipel ,...1IS 149 V,i 41
Cellar lit 16 1U txo
UU-a 1 Z lbl
Totals Rl Hi tl
lt. Id. d. Tot.
Bohringer .13 IK HI
Heraer . ...142 H .
(.'. lleas ) 16 1U 44?
Kavase 1S 1.4 IH i l
birew ia U7 lit n
Totals ....Tot Tit M Ms
1st M. 1 Tot.
Prolth ....1M 144 141 4S
Cunoelly ...1U Irf Hi t,1
Htraw 1' lit M 117
Mrmw l.Sa 1 tzi
Gaaaer .... lfci . 4C
.rta wz aa m
Quinlan ....144 1
Haveronek .l.'J 1n
iika MA 1
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Totala ....7 7B 747 XXI
. Int. Id. d Tot.
"aormi ...,j4 vat lis 36
1 nnatenaen rs 117
Mouiman ..113 1
Kiand i;n 1 jo
Uilday 151 ji
l.J 4 7
Totals ....441 til 111 UiJ
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Oibsoa l 1M ls4 Sj
Mhrock M0 13 l?t 4iH
htraw Ill H ,
Nalson 17 1!4 13 -7
IWrtweU ..-! 1M 1U 4
Tutala '....747 744 M tl
Just you get a whiff of "the national
joy smoke' ' and it's dollars to dough
nuts you beat it. 'cross lots to the
nearest store that sells tobacco
and stock up! ' The . flavor "and
' aroma of Prince Albert has got 'em
all backed off the boards. It sure
will hit the spot with you. Get the
drift of that? -
the national joy smoke
Just does all that we say it will. do.
It can't bite your tongue " and it
can't parch your throat. All this
is because P. A. is! made by a
; patented process that, cuts out, the
bite! Why, this process has simply
revolutionized - smoking tobacco.
Prince Albert rolls up thejbuijiest
. makin's cigarette you or any other
" man ever smoked, i It. puts the jolt
of j oy right into your system. v
You can just do makln's". sunrise
to sunset and have a lot of fun.
Why, P. A. in a cigarette is abso-
lutely a revelation. You go to it!
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