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GOOD REST BEFORE CONTEST
Omaha ' High School Kpttlng In
ha to Mret Onalaaaht of
Kferra from Iano Trh
CapUIn Vlo Hallln, lUr Mlnsourl
VIUy tackle playing on the Ncbrk
team, will r-ir the Omaha and In
Tech rme on Turkey day. Mr. Reed
had quit a time In landing him, but he
at laat gave hla content.
Coach Mill la giving hla warrior a
thorough resting and taking great care
with each one of them that no one wll.
be hurt or In any way out of trim for
tha big match. They are confining their
work entirely to algnala and tha easier
work. All the team members are eligible.
The report! that are coming from Chi
cago are that they have a great team
and are confident they will do things to
The High School Spirits, a club that a
few herd-working students formed for
the boosting of sport, has been getting
up some very rood advertising schemes.
Peats are on sale for the foot ball
game Thankiaiivlng day between Omaha
High school and Lana Tech of Chi
cago. Up to noon Thursday reserved
seats, selling at 75 cents and 11, can 'be
purchased at Myers-Dillon ,or the foot
ball manager at tha hitch school will de
liver tickets upon telephone calls for
Lane Tech Is one of tha best teams
In the Chicago league and defeated Oak
Park, which has held the tnter-achol-astle
championship for several years, and
is recognised as one of the best high
school teams In the country. Tommle
Mills has been working- hard with hla
little band of athletes and promises that
they will put up one swell fla-ht against
the Chicago- lads. And when Tommle
says his lads will fight they will, for he
Ik Just the coach to Irttlll pugnacity
Into & team and then teach them bow to
Johnson Will Try to
From Base Ball Again
NEW YORK, Nov. Z4. The formal call
mailed to the National league residents
for the annual meeting here on Decem
ber S contained no statement of what
business wc'Jld la considered, but dis
cussion in local base ball circles today
contained a report that President B. II.
Johnson of the American league would
be in New Tork on that day and would
ask the National league to take up pub
lished statements that Charles P. Taft,
owner of the Chicago National league
club, still owns the Philadelphia Nation
als, with William P. Raker, reputed
owner of the Phillies, only a minority
Chicago and Ph.ladelphla bah ball
writers declare that Charles W. Murphy
of Chlca&o Is active In the councils of
the Philadelphia and Chicago clubs, and
It la said that Johnson's purpose Is to
bring about the elimination of Murphy
from major league base ball.
The fact that the International league's
annual meeting will be held here on De
cember 7 is regarded as an Indication
that the minor league presidents will meet
the National leaguers In Informal con
ferences looking toward a rearrangement
of the International's playing circuit to
oppose the Federal league.
CAPTAIN OF BLUE AND WHITE
WHO MEET COYOTES THURSDAY.
Coyotes Are in Fine.
VERMIUON, . D., Nov. "4.-Speclal.)
-Cortrtght gave hla protegees a long con
ditioning practice Monday night, coupled
with strenuous signal work. The team la
In finest possible shape, physically, both
as to condition and freedom from injur
iea. The hard gridiron aesson with three
months of practice has perfected the team
work and all that remains now Is to hold
the team In thia shape for the three days
until the wind-up game, with Crclghton
on Thanksgiving. A feature was Vldal'a
punting, the halfback reeling off sixty
and seventy yard apliala In the still
atmosphere time and agnin. .
Flavor and Mildness First!
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Art Smith, Noted
Birdman, Arrives ;
to Loop Thursday
Art Smith, the aviator, who vies with
Lincoln Beachey for loop . the loop
honors, arrived In Omaha yesterday,
preparatory to exhibiting his proa-ess at
the Omaha Auto Speedway Thanksgiving
day. Smith Is a little bit of a youth,
very young in years, and has far from
the appearance of a man who would take
a chance on meeting Instant death. He
is clear-eyed and Jovial and hla nerve
racking profession has not yet taken
tho twinkle out of his eyei.
mlth will make a few loops over the
city this afternoon Just to show
the citizens of Omaha what lie Intends
to do Thanksgiving. Smith guarantees
that he will atay longer In the air and
make more loops than beachey did here
during the Ak-Sar-Ilen.
Ralph K. McMUIen -made a flight over
the city this noon, flying about for some
At least three and probably four
aviators will exhibit Thanksgiving. Smith
v. Ill loop, McMillan and Charles Peter
will fly the.r biplanes and Cfrls ps
borne will fly his monoplane If It ar
rives in time.
Standard Oil Leacae.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Alloman ....1S 1S7 134 425
Johnson 117 , Kio ir.i K.c
Holley 173 132 10 4
Totals 424 4F3 46n 1342
POLAKINE AUTO OIL.
1st. 2d. Id. Tot.
Shenck 172 143 142 4fi7
RennlMon ....1R IKS 7 Rtf
Johnson ....170 127 176 4u3
1 Totals 47 456 62S 1447
MICA AXLK OHEAtB.
1st. 2d. 8d. Tot.
Holort 12 179 14) 671
Dorothy 121 11 14(t 406
liaum 224 i: 162 612
Totals 537 451 440 1428
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
m-rne 170 124 172 4
Cross 150 137 172 4fi
Hoarman ...136 111 113 360
Totals 4iR 372 467 12J4
' Fairmont Creamery
1st. 3d. 3d. Tot.
Cavett 123 1 158 410
Heidi 157 lit IX 411
Apel .........124 105 1S 3.9
Klmmel .(..U6 201 160 47
Snyder 147 114 151 412
Totals.... 7 67 713 2069
1st. 2d. td. Tot.
8mlth 141 149 152 443
Oas-or 128 125 158 411
nnnelly ...132 1 20 1ifl ar,9
Hens 13T 11!S fil 3W4
Mcl'oy 192 231 214 W7
Totals 718 753 772 2243
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Gibson 174 167 157 4X8
Hhrsnek ....12X 114 149 3'1
Oolden 1"9 101 107 317
Ne'son 138 152 154 444
ilcrtwell ...117 143 140 4o0
Totals.... 6ii 647 709 2042
1st. 2d 3d. Tot
158 190 444
112 11 107 420
.109 132 19 430
.154 109 178 441
,A 2U9 223 690
Totals 649 709 887 2245
Ihi. lit 3d. Tot.
BohrlnRer ..17 135 150 4T.2
linger 106 161 115 371
Mess 129 120 M 3:17
"-avaite 134 118 142 416
Chrlstonson 154 197 174 627
Totals 493 721 4 2103
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot
Oabrlel 140 145 127 462
Haulman ..125 121 111 357
Bland 143 144 111 418
Hobson 147 154 111 414
Ullday 126 148 131 406
Tot sis 701 754 591 ?Ot6
STARS AND STRIPES.
1st. 2d. Sd.Tot.
M'nrichs -..18 140 1 497
Straw 119 158 131 408
Mllner 138 1 28 1 45 411
Stanley 175 148 1S5 60S
McDonnell ..154 141 183 4,8
Totals 734 735 83i 2302
1st. 2d. 3d.Tot.
in 188 158 187 533
Stine 149 142 131 4.2
Mitchell 119 143 19 471
Eidson 154 159 167 480
J. Jarosh...l64 166 218 647
Totals 794 807 892 2193
1st. 2d. 3d.Tot.
Boord 158 1S8 303 5'
Iravc 161 183 170 611
Green 144 1x6 156 4o
Schultl 149 134 .. 301
WattiS 224 170 i:-h 62
Lytle 147 147
Totals 856 861 811 2 '.28
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Moyna 143 183 190 614
Hempel 129 147 147 443
Wetter 150 156 149 455
Thiel 135 143 200 478
Rees 2o0 174 149 62
Totals 757 S03 855 2415
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ABANDON TRIP UNTIL SPRNG
Floating Ice In the Missouri river has
forced Humphrey V. Beckett and Fred
McLac-hlan to abandon their water trip
from Montana to the Frisco exposition
by way of the Panama canal until next
spring. They made several unsuccessful
efforts to start from Florence last s.eek,
after stopping to visit relatives a few
days. The ice presented such a danger
to their little power boat, tbe "Sally Ann."
that they finally decided not ta risk the
trip through the floating Ice to the Mis
sissippi. The boat will be housed here
until April 1. Beckett has gone to Chicago
for tha winter and McLachlan will re
main In Omuha for the present.
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CARTER LAKE GUN CLUB
Details of the Thanksgiving day shoot
wore finally arranged Monday night at
a meeting of tho Carter Lake Gun club
at the office of its president, Frank I
There will be fifteen events, of fifteen
targets each, and all will "be handicap
shooting. Prises for each shoot will be a
turkey for first, a goose far second and
a duck for third.
Over fifty (-hooters have already signi
fied their Intentlons.of attending. The
shoot will be at the club's ground and
will start at 10 o'clock In the morning.
Iowa Foot Ball Treat Captain.
IOWA C1TP. Ia.. Nov. 24.-(Kpeclal Tel
egram.) Barron, tackle, has been chosen
captain of the Iowa foot ball team for
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