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ALL THE tOCIETf PEOPLE
ARE. CON, TO KATE THI
VENTER AHO A" SOON Ab
I KNOW MOV t WANT
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THIRD HIGH WINS
Defeat! Second High in Tight Bat
tle, 21 to. 23, for Class Foot Ball
Championship of School
BFLFORD'S TOE WINS FRAY
Th final gridiron combat of the sea
on was stsged -at Creighton field yes
terday afternoon when the class cham
pionship of the Creighton High arhool
mat settled. The fray between the
second and third high teams and the
third plana wsa victorious, 21 to 20.
It was a tight game, full of thrl.ia, and
the persons who witnessed It unan
imously arclarrd It Some game. Kelly,
3ourke and Be I ford were the stars of
the third hlfch eleven and It waa Hel
ford's boot which registered the single
point which won the battle. Coyle, Koa
siter, Pulllvan and Gores were the shin
ing lights fur the second highs,
The game yestcrduy gives the third
high the Crelxhton preparatory school
championship. Karly In th e season first
and fourth high were e lmtnatud by sec
ond and third and third came clear by
licking second yesterday. Lineup.
BKCOND HIUH. I THIRD HIiJH
CVaan 1- r..l U. K.
Ixmnlan U T. H. T..
J. Keltord ....1 I). K. O..
..R. J. I O..
,.K. T. U T..
..It. K. L. E..
..y. n.ig. h..
..u .a. u m . .
C. Heiford ..R. H. R. M.,
Coyle K. .B. V. B..
Referee: Morten, Vmplre: Green. Head
linesman: McDonald. Field judge:
Welsh and White
NEW TORK, Dec. t.-Freddy Welsh of
Jiiglsnd and Charley Whlta of Oloago.
through their managers, signed an agree
ment here todny to meet In a twenty,
round bout within sl weeks for tha
lightweight championship of the world.
"Welsh as the champion and White as
the challenger agreed to meet before the
tlub offering the best Inducements, all
bids for the bout to be received not later
thaa Thursday, December M.
Tha pugilists agreed to weigh IS at I p.
tit. on the afternoon of the battle If the
contest Is held In the evening, or 15
pounds at 10 a. m. In case 11 la fought
t'uring the afternoon.
Their managers each posted 11,000 for -
felt for weight and further agreed to
t laco an additional $1,100 each In the
, bands of the stakeholder for appearance
at tha time the bout Is awarded to the
club offering the best Inducements.
The terms of the agreement read that
the boxers are to meet under Queensbury
...i . . k. i.u . . Md,
with a .releree's decision. Bids will re-j-iain
open until December It and the fight
must be held within six weeks. The ref
eree will be selected from a list of names
mutually agreeable to the contestants,
a no eacn iaa agreea not 10 appear in any
ether match before this bout In which a
referee's decision might be given.
Pool Champ Will
Give Exhibition of
His Skill in Omaha
Bonnie Allen of Kansas City.
world's pocket billiard champion, will
Klve aa exhibition at the C. C. C. billiard
parlors this afternoon and evening
Allen was formerly an Omaha boy, bU
father having conducted a blacksmlttt
shntl fx o - t rvirit UffiraAii gai-iiiss aA san
r . .. ....w,MrJ r pjon,,,, l:&
llfteen years ago, and Omaha pool sharks Mrs. W. Uould 114
are planning to give hlra a royal BTcetLng ' M rs. J. R. Jsmeson. 1
t, ,...T ...... IMrs. P. Stanton.... U4
Allen won the pool championship from
Alfied De Ora and has successfully de
fended it nine times, with the result that
the chainplonehtp trophy became hjs per
Dr. Koehler Quits as
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Dec. t-Dr. John
Xi 1.' .. l.l.r WA . ...w - . .
. v vmjv mmh vi int
Marquettu univeralty eleven today re -
signed his position to assume his prac-
tbe of medicine. Koehler s resignation
(in, nn,n,l,i1l. T" K.n.n.H. . . k.
...... . , ...
letic board had asked h'm to sign for
another year, but he refused. PreWous
to I'M, w ben l.s came to Mriiuette, Koeh
ler cosched a Lnver, Colo., school team.
WANT WOMAN'S GOLF '
TOURNEY AT BELMONT
1403TON'. Dec. I An application to
linvn the woman's national golf cham-
1..1IM !p for VM decided on tbe course of
'i.e. lvli.wt suie4 Country club, was
.jrwardrd today to the t'nited biates
i'if saaoc'.ation. wnkh will hold Hs an
l uai n.rtt ng in Ciilria January 14,
33i. js far as Is fcnoan here. IU-lmont
ii t: ciily ..iub In tbs eaat that has ap
v:.fj (or Uie woman's event.
) . . . u 7 i i "" s i niur.i " - ' r, . .
v J v a a. i s a s t ssi . a a vi i i r-a i sa i 1 m m jm m .
I ELECTED CAPTAIN OF HUSKER
A, B, Sweet Shop
Girls Make High
Scores on Alleys
Following are the scores In the Ladles'
league at the Huntington alleys last
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
lvm 119 73 m
, Kilna Hume
Mra. A. C. Camubell M
1 t'i,,ttM iiu "'' iwi
I Handicap Yii
Totals og h'M
1st. Sd. Sd. Total.
nnphla Rauber V-i
Tut Bauer l.TJ
. I Lulu McOrwr 14a
i r- H. W. Huff... .iw
Mrs. A. Thompson Hit
Totals M 7W 54
OMAHA TOVVKL SUPPLY.
1st. - 2d. Sd.
Hannah Jensen I4 14 110
Anna Verdlgren .... i:ix txt l.vi
06 lt ' lt
im m ioi
Abble Howes lt 1W 10
" 2i 1.KI0
May Hrll-y ,.
Mrs. C, Kehm
K. HrUtcy ....
K1 14 7t
B. 8WKKT HIIOP.
1st. II. S1. Total
tp.am rnu totyt vr.AP
y- it - l
U Miller ..
; Lj. liughea
U 3g Wi 1.8
Two of Creighton
Foot Ball Men on
While bis teammates were assembled
around the tenths board at the Henshaw
hotel, enjoying the annual foot ball ban-
I enjoying the annual foot ball ban-
. "V. 1 l" I I U .
hi, viimiwj i-iiv. MTiiiuvn umivr -
, slty'a plucky quarterback, underwent an
1 operation for an Infection pf (he bone.
( The Injury occurred during the Notre
', w- . . ,n ... . . , . .
, isioa seme, dui iisro siuca io nis ana -
j Iron work untu the season closed, when.
i was lounq u an operation was im
perative. Three holes were bored Into
the boy's shlnbone to alleviate the in-
faction. Dr. Dermody, a member of the
Creighton athletlo board, who treated
Nino, reports his condition as favorable.
"Jack (Shannon, captain of this year's
eleven, likewise had to submit to an
operation. I lood poison having develop 1
on his rliJit elbow anl in two places on
his rUht Ug. Several deep cuts were
made to relieve tbe Infection.
Tha season Just cloned has been 4he
most disastrous In years for injuries to
Crelyhlon players, three-fourths of the
entire siuad having ben affected With
serious ailments. ,
TlK BEE :
fopyrlght. W13. International
News Kcrvlee HegUtered U.
B. patent Office.
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rTT Jj VL ALL WE'WJA S rr SOMEBODY
CARNI VALFAR AWAY
Promoters Talk of Great Battle for
All Titles Known to Fight
BUENOS ATBES TO BE SCENE
NEW YORK. Dec. J.-Mllllonalre South
American sportsmen arc plunnlng for a
pugilistic carnlvul to be held at Ruenos
Ayres next spring, in which the four
f'stlc championships of the world will lie
Within the next two weeks the sum
of Jl 25,000 will be deposited. In a local
bank, to be divided later into four purses
and tho additional sunt of $7r,0uG to cover
traveling, training1 and advert King ex
l cures of pugilists and promoters.
Wlllard Will Appear.
The bouts, as outlined at present, will
bring together Jess Wlllard and the best
I eavyweight that can be obtained: the
champion mlridlnwtlgV'ta, Mike Gibbons
of St. Taul and Ic Harry of AuH'.ralla.
I.lghtweiKhts Freddie Welsh of England
and Charley White of Chicago; bantam
weights, Kid Williams of Balt'morejmd
Johnny Ertle of Bt. Paul. Fwich 'nout,
which will be for the championship of
that class, will be twenty-five rounds or
some Advertising- Mtnnt.
Baron Nicholas Mihr.novlch Is the rep
tescntatlve of the South American cap
italists and sportsmen who believe that
ho pugilist to carnival will - be of great
advertising value to ltuenoa Ayres and
South America In general.
Tom Jones and Jack Curley have been
appointed the Americun representatives
and matchmakers for he backers of the
Richards Must Give
Back Medals Won at
the Chicago Meet
CHICAGO, Dee. 1 The Central Ama
teur Athletic union board of managers
announced today Alvah Richards, who
gained international fame by winning the
high Jump at the Olympic games at Stock
holm In 1912, had been declared Ineli
gible to compete In meets of the central
Amateur Athletic union and referred
again to the Central. The board of man
agers ruled that Richards must give back
the medals he won In July meet when,
he took first place in the rifty-elx-pound
weight event, second In the high Jump
and third In the dlsaus and Javelin throws.
Richards Is now a student at Cornell
The board sustained a previous ruling
which was taken before the National
iy the district championship conmhttee
competing for the Illinois Athletlo club.
Coff roth is Chosen
Head of Jockey Club
SAN DIEQO, Cal.. Dec. 2. -James W.
Coffroth of San Francisco has been
' elected Dreaident nf th 1 r' 1 1 1 .
JncV Huh .in j.. . ...
i - . i " in. H win cuuuuct a iw
I day' "re meeting aN Tijuana, Mex.,
: fifteen miles from here, It was announced
today. C II. Petting II of New York will
3,il be the presiding Judge and Harry Mor
4 laey of Islington, Ky., starter.
CADDOCK USES SCISSORS
TO DEFEAT PLESTINA
ATLANTIC. la.. Dee. 5. tSpeolal Tele
gram.) With the head scissors hold
which Is taking him toward the top of
the game, Earl Caddock, Cass county's
wrestler, tonight won from Marvin
Plestlna of Chicago In straight falls be
fore a crowd which packed the Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows' hall to ca
pacity. J The first fall was won by Caddock In
thirty-three minutes and fifty-nine sec
onds and the second In five minutes and
sixteen second, winning with the samt
hold both times. Caddock weighed 1SJ
pounda before the match and Plestlna
, but the local lad made up In quick
ness and agility what Plestlna had on
him In weight. Howard Marshall refereed
the match. .
I-ralrl Park Wklil t'lab Scores.
.,KA''T Afili xv PLAYERS.
1 Huck and Phawcross
KJI1 nd Martin !.!.".!"!!!!!!!!!! 6V,
Wood end lw1s jij
i Ktng'and Btebblns
. ..... " l-
, i.iuce mu jusniinie...
W" koxi"1 a'nu'wI'
Cook and McCsnn
rVaiiiiell and I)refiias
. I . I v. n.l VI I ... .,
Nelson and Thomas.
Oallup and Pennlston
tickler and Hderinan. .
tilt mt Hue Uall.
BT. I.OCI8. I0. 2 Announcement was
made today that Waahtnatoii university
would not have a baiie tail team H'it
Pltlsbars-b K4s Ht lease Kerlls.
lMTTSUl'KQH, Pa., lc. I. Manager
Oakes of tha piltvlmrgh Federal Unnar
club today made tits t int aunounceiiieiit
looking to next s-aaon in lite relej e of
(ilia Kerhn. cut. Iier. Kerint cams litre
from the Texas league.
OMAHA, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1915.
cl & - ' '
T0ASTMASTER AT C0RN3IUSKER
BANQUET AT LINCOLN TODAY.
FRESHIES RUN OVER
Lower Classmen More Agile on
Basket Ball Court and
JUNIORS TOO MUCH FOR PREPS
Bellevue college freshmen, by defeating
the sophomore In a brittle f jr blond
last night, spoiled their chances of win
ning the basket ball championship of tht
school. The freshmen outclassed the two
year men throughout the game, each
member of tho five ndding to his team's
score, white the sophomores counted all
their points from Captain Allen.
. Freshmen guards broke up all their op
ponents' plays and the younger men
threw baskets easily In spite of tht rough
playing of the sophomores..
FRIUHMEN Oil ISOPMninnnirn it
Pheips UK.IR.P Stewart
t- Plcotte c)
Ilit y (c) IjQ
Oonls from field: Johns i4V Nnvu is
Pllsby 2. Erwln, Allen (A. Ooaln from
foul: Sllsby Allen (4). Referee: Ben
nn:in. Jinx After Previa.
In a curtain raiser to tha battle, tha
preps proved conclusively -that tha Jinx
were camping on their trail by losing- to
the college Juniors, 21 to 7, and thereby
eliminated themselves from,, the cham
pionship race. The Junior made easy
work of their lighter and younger op
ponents, but failed to run up a very
The preps made no field goals, all their
points coming from fouls thrown by Wal
lace Mitchell. Each member of the Junior
Quintet counted at least one field goal,
their total being nine. Lineup:
-var,s UU. R x rMifto
..,0,!!', from tivM' Martin (2). Wenke
2. Maxwell' i. Rscely. Evans, doals
from foul: Martin 13. Mitchell ().
Referee: Ben'amln. tfcorer: Johnson.
BOARD TO CONTROL SEA
TRAFFIC IS PROPOSED
WASHINGTON. Dee. ?.-Creatlon of a
federal board with Jurisdiction over deep
water traffic, similar to that exercised
over railroads by the Interstate Com
merce commission, and appropriation by
congress of 150,000,000 for construction of
merchant ships designed for use as naval
auxiliaries, are mentioned In a new ship
ping bill drafted after' conferences be
tween Secretaries McAdoo and Redfleld
and submitted today to Representative
Alexander, chairman of the house mer
chant marine committee.
WOULD COST TOO MUCH
TO ELECTRIFY RAILROADS
CHICAGO. Dec. 1. Electrification of
railroads In Chicago aa an abatement of
th smoke nuisance is technically prac
ticable, but financially impracticable, ac
cording to the report of tho committee
appointed to investigate the subject The
report of the committee was discussed at
a banquet tonight of the Association of
Commerce, a committee from which or
ganisation made tbe report, which repre
sented nearly four years of investigation.
DELAY ACTION REGARDING
W'R OR ILL AT MICHIGAN
ANN ARBOH, Mich.. Dec. S.-Afler con
sidering the recommendation of the uni
versity senate that compulsory military
training be Inaugurated at tha miverolty
of Michigan, the board of regents today
postponed action until Its January meet
ing. A committee of Hires members was
ai pointed to study tbe question further.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
Nineteen Races Between Dogs and
Bunnies Mark Opening of
MAGUEY UNABLE TO STOP, IT
In spite of vigorous protests by the
Humane society the- opening of the
Omaha coursing meet was held Wednes
doy afternoon at the county fair grounds.
Nineteen races between pairs, of flft
greyhounds after" Jackrabblts were run
off, amid cheering and considerable bet
ting by the fair sized crowd. About half
the rabbits survived the exciting ordeal,
the others being killed by the dogs in
the course of the racing.
County Attorney George A. Magney at
tended the opening of the' meet, and re
Iterated his previous statement that the
law gave him no, grounds for stopping
it. He said that statutes prohibiting
cruelty to animals applied only to domes
tic beasts, whereas the animals sacri
ficed In the coursing aport were wild
Jackrabblts from western Kansas, where
they would be poisoned as pests, if not
caught for coursing purposes and trained
to escape the doga.
Will Appeal to Lealslatare.
Theodore L. Rlngwalt, an officer., of
the Humane society, who was a leader
In protesting against the meet, admitted
last night that "the law is so limited
we are on thin ice."
"But we will go before the next legis
lature," be declared, "and will try to
get the law changed so it will prevent
coursing meets in the future. Coursing
la no more humane and Just than it would
be to turn a pack of hungry wolves
loose after a man and give the man only
half a chance to get away."
Speed and skill shown by the grey
hounds in following their quarry fre
quently aroused cheers from the specta
tors. Twenty-five young doga and fifteen
old ones were entered In the puppy and
all-age stakes, respectively, for a total
of 11,600 in cash prises. After the day'a
racing waa finished the dogs were allowed
to eat the rabbits that had been killed.
, The meet will continue for the re
mainder of the week, racing beginning
each afternoon St JJ o'clock. It is handled
In the same way a tennis tournsment is
played off, entries In, each class being
drawn in pairs for the first round and
the winner of each brace of dogs then
being matched to race the next day with
the winner of another brace, until the
contest Is narrowed down to a single
brace of dogs In each class, which will
race for the big money Saturday after
noen. Competition between dogs was on the
basis of points, which1 were awarded
for speed and various incidents of the
race. Indicating relative skill. Ed Fisher
was Judge and W. & Blvens slipper, tha
former on horseback following and Judg
ing the merit of the dogs and the latter
holding them in leash until' the rabbit
had 100 yards start. v
Reaalta af First Ronnda.
Results in the first rounds yesterday
were as follows: - ' : ,
' PUPPY STAKE. ' t-!'
Turn O'Tlde beat Nelva Neversettle,
to t; Boy Scout jrot a bve. Blue Blaxes
falling to arrive; Mabel -Claire beat Red
Sunflower, 10 to 2;. Urea t Western beat
Hlue Vale, to 3; LUzle S. beat Girl
Scout, to 1; Tunes Flying beat Whis
pering Hope, 7 to 0; Tees Squantee beat
Si Wedgewood. 11 to S: Buck beat Lord
Help Vs. S to 0: KiHamey Girl got a bye.
Tempest Gale failing to arrive; The Con
queror beat Slow Up, 8 to 8: What's His
Name beat Busy Iszie, I to 7: Ball Linen
beat Tommy Prim, 1 to 12; Toledo Belle
beat Lady Rose, S to 7: Ginger got a bye.
Dick Claire beat Princess Pat, to ;
RIght-of-Way beat Hard Pine, T to 0. in
a second race after tlelng in the first;
Calverone beat Lady Lane, 17 to S;
Grace Rockwell beat Diamond Wedge,
11 to 4; Rolling Stone beat Qualifier, I
to S; Joe Claire beat Lady Buk, 18 to 0;
quick Step beat Master Harry, t to 2,
the latter falling to get sighted on the
rabbit; Tlpperary got a bye.
Thursday's results were aa follows:
ALL-AO K STAKE.
Second Round Dick Claire beat Rlgt-of-Wsy,
7 to 4; Grace Rockwell beat Cal
verone, 7 to 2: Joe Claire beat Rolling
Stone, 16 to 0; Quickstep beat Tlpperrary-a-bye,
T to 4. ' . .
Second Round Turn O' Tide beat Boy
Scout. 4 to S; Great Western beat Mabel
Claire. 7 to (: Lixzle 8. teat Tees Squan-
ee. 6 to 2; Buck beat Time's Flying, 3 to
0; Klllarney Uirl beat wnal's Ills isaine,
S to X; The Conqueror best BUI Linen, 7
to t In a second race after tying In tha
first; Olnger-a-bye beat Toledo Belle. S
to in a second race after tying. in the
SURVIVOR OF GETTYSBURG
BATTLE MEETS DEATH
MANASSAS. Va., Dec. t Colonel Ed
nund Berkeley, said to be the ranking
confederate survivor of Pickett's charge
at Gettysburg, where he waa desperately
wounded at the stone wall, died at his
home near Hay Market today at the age
of 1 years. As a child Colonel Berkeley
sat in the lap of Marquis da Lafayette,
when the latter was Ms father's guest on
his last visit to America.
A "For bale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
1st wltk Faraltare.
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. Dee. 2-filH-akers
at the convention of the Na
I fcurnlf ura M m nu faciurers' aoc.ia
tion here today declarwd there muat be I
an Increase In iu price 01 lumuure 11
ti. ut of raw materials continues to
J aJvani.i. Figures were quoted showing
i tbat lumber had incruased li per com.
1 1 ... . . - n,4 r(...,.il..u H.1 to 1.1 iwr
. rnt. mirrors 14 Per cent and stains 2 A 1
I per cent.
Italy Signs "War of
Life and Death" Pact
ROME, Dec. 2 Baron Sonnlno, min
ister of foreign affairs, has Informed Par
liament that Italy has adhered to the
agreement that no separate peace should
le signed by the entente powers. This
agreement was signed at London. Septem
ber 15, 1S14, by France, Great Britain and
Mn Have Passports,
LONDON, Dec... .-It is officially an
nounced that an order In council Issued
yesterday, requires that In all ordinary
:ase of the persons going abroad, British
or alien, passports will be required.
Itrftnn Captives In Germany.
LONDON, Dee. 1-The number of
British prisoners of war in (jerinany is
now approximately 33.000. Harold J. Ten
nant, parliamentary under secretary for
war, announced In the House of Commons
today, , ,
Suggestions for the
Our stock is the most comprehensive in variety to be
found in the city. It will be our pleasure to show you
the many .beautiful and serviceable gifts that we are
offering and to quote you prices, which, quality consid
ered, are always the lowest. '
every one warranted. The Henck
el's, Boker's and Russell's sets included in
our assortment. Genuine stag1 and buffalo
KNIVES A complete line. What would
be more acceptable than a nice pocket knife f
We have a fine selection of pearl and stag
Scissors Manicure Sets Safety .
Razors all makes Tool Cabinets
Manual Training Tools and Benches
Scroll Saw aM Turning Lathes.
DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY.
JAMES MORTON & SON CO.
1511-13 Dodge Street.
Is the name of the doll we
will give this week
To Our Little Busy Bees
5 ! ' -' '
-I. .-Off .1.1 .IM , ,,, I. , I
You can see Virginia
FULTON MARCH 3
TwentrRonnd Bout for the Heary
weight Title Will Be Staged
Then in New Orleans.
PROMOTERS ANNOUNCE DATE
NEW ORLEANS. Deo. X.-Jess "Wll
lard will meet Fred Fulton of Rochester,
Minn., in a twenty-round bout hera on
March for the heavyweight champion -ahlp
of the world, according to an an
nouncement tonight by promoters of tha
Drwry Sfoee le Captain.
AMES, la.. Dee. J. Special Telegram.)
Drury Most, Dea Moines West High
mitnala halfKark waa rlnctnd caotaln of
the mi Ames foot ball team.
Game, roast and steak. Exqui
site patterns to choose' from, and
The Hardware People. ,
She is 24 inches high,
has beautiful eyes and
hair, and clothes that
will make any little girl
Virginia will be givaa
free ta tbe little girl
asdr la years of - as-s
that brlags or malls as
tha larfest somber of
doll's pictures eat sat ef
tha Sally and onday
kse before 4 . so. Sat
urday, Daoemba 4.
Her picture will be in
The Bee every day this
week. Chit them all out
and ask your friends to
save the pictures in
their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures
of Virginia you can get,
and be sure to turn them
in to The Bee office be
fore 4 p. m., Saturday.
If you don't win this
Pollle, perhaps you can set
one next wsek. Only one
Doll will b given to toy
at The Bee. Office
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